Tourist Guide
Ko Surin National Park featuring boating and general coastal views
Known as the Land of Smiles, this Southeast Asian hot spot is famous for its exotic beaches, dramatic limestone karsts, deliciously spicy food and friendly locals.

Discover sights and smells that stimulate the senses around every corner in Thailand. Visit shining temples, marvel at ornate Buddha statues, shop at lively street markets and whizz through the streets in a tuk-tuk. While you are at it, make friends with the locals the Thai people are considered to be some of the most welcoming in the world.

Island-hop around the Thai peninsula and find beaches with gorgeous white sand, turquoise water and a dramatic backdrop of limestone karsts. In Bangkok, the charismatic capital of the country, marvel at the golden-peaked Grand Palace temple complex. Although no longer a royal residence, the palace is still used for ceremonial purposes and its stunning architecture makes it a must-see.

Equally as impressive and grand is Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), also in Bangkok. View the famous Emerald Buddha, which is, contrary to its name, actually made from jade.

Hike, camp and spot wildlife at the Kbao Yai National Park, just 3 hours from Bangkok. A lush park filled with waterfalls, rainforest and mountains, Khao Yai offers a slice of nature and serenity in central Thailand.

On the coast of the city of Pattaya is another of Thailand’s other standout attractions: the Sanctuary of Truth, a remarkable temple constructed completely out of wood. At night, the wooden carvings are illuminated by spotlights.

Head to the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai in the north of the country, for a complete change of pace. Bathe and feed the elephants, all of whom have been rescued from captivity and rehabilitated.

Immerse yourself in the fun of Songkran, Thailand’s 3-day water festival held during April. Or head to Chiang Mai during February to witness the beautiful spectacle that is the Chiang Mai Flower Festival.

Fly into Bangkok’s main international airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, and take the scenic train to Chiang Mai or Surat Thani. Buses between towns are inexpensive and frequent. Alternatively, rent a motorcycle to explore the countryside for yourself.

Whether you crave the excitement of a city break or a relaxing beach escape, Thailand can deliver.

Popular cities in Thailand

Sukhumvit featuring cbd, night scenes and landscape views
Known for Shopping, Castle and Temples
Revel in the color, noise and history of Thailand’s frenetic capital, a city that welcomes its visitors with a clash of old and new.

Reasons to visit

  • Khaosan Road
  • Erawan Shrine
  • Terminal 21 Shopping Mall
Koh Lan featuring boating and general coastal views
Known for Beaches, Dining and Shopping
Known historically for its of glaring neon colours and adult-only nightlife, one of Thailand’s most visited cities now has a softer image.

Reasons to visit

  • Pattaya Beach
  • Pattaya Beach Road
  • Dongtan Beach
Chiang Mai which includes fashion and performance art as well as a small group of people
Chiang Mai
Known for Shopping, Historical and Tours
Experience the temples, culture and cafes in Chiang Mai!

Reasons to visit

  • Tha Phae Gate
  • Chiang Mai Night Bazaar
  • Chiang Mai University
Lamai Beach showing a beach
Koh Samui
Known for Beaches, Dining and Relaxing
Koh Samui is just like the island paradise from the movies with its pristine white beaches, sapphire blue waters and legendary nightlife. This small island off the east coast of Thailand draws different types of visitors, from young travellers who come here to party every night, those looking for its relaxed culture, and others simply for the pristine beauty of the beaches and the sea. Each side of the island has something different to offer. The south and west coasts are more relaxed and casual, perfect for those looking to chill on the beach with a good book or looking to experience the local culture. The north and east coast are popular for the famous beach parties, bars and night clubs.

Reasons to visit

  • Chaweng Beach
  • Lamai Beach
  • Fisherman's Village Plaza
Hua Hin which includes skyline, a coastal town and general coastal views
Hua Hin
Known for Beaches, Relaxing and Swimming
Cosmopolitan city meets fashionable beachside retreat at Thailand‘s oldest and most traditional resort, long associated with the Thai royal family.

Reasons to visit

  • Wat Khao Takiab
  • Hua Hin Beach
  • Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Park
West Railay Beach which includes a gorge or canyon and a sandy beach as well as a large group of people
Known for Beaches, Relaxing and Boating
Trip time! Discover the beaches, island views and forests in relaxing Krabi.

Reasons to visit

  • Ao Nang Beach
  • West Railay Beach
  • Khlong Muang Beach

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