Pattaya

One of the hottest beach-resort destinations in Thailand, Pattaya may not be idyllic but it certainly makes up for it with a wide variety of activities, accommodation, and nightlife venues. Pattaya is a popular beach resort on the Gulf of Thailand just 150 km southeast of Bangkok: a mere two hour drive. While Pattaya once had a well deserved reputation for its seedy nightlife, local authorities have, in recent years, improved the quality of the beaches and reinvented the resort, to some degree, as a more family friendly destination. With activities that include a wide array of water sports, golf, shopping, cabaret shows, an elephant village.

Bangkok

The city of Angels, Thailand's capital and gateway city is BANGKOK. Founded in 1782 by King Rama I and located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, a few kilometres upstream from its outflow into the Gulf of Siam,Bangkok sprawls across a flat plain. It is the capital in every sense of the word. It is where the Royal Family resides, it is also the seat of government and administration, and it is the focal point for virtually all major industrial, commercial and financial activities. It is the country's main port and home to one tenth of the Kingdom's population. Initial impressions are of a modern, dynamic metropolis bustling with businesses.


Hua Hin

There is a wide selection of tours and sightseeing opportunities around Hua Hin and Cha-Am. There are historical sites, temples and traditional markets as well as Soft Adventure Trekking tours and, of course swimming and snorkeling. Hua Hin is a seaside resort on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan. Once a quiet fishing village, it grew into a fashionable escape for residents of Bangkok after the 1920s, when the Thai royal family built summer palaces here. Hua Hin Beach, popular for kitesurfing and other water sports, is the main stretch of sand, lined with high-end hotels and seafood shacks.

Chiang Rai

TChiang Rai City remains a sleepy provincial town with a pleasant atmosphere. Compared to its sister town Chiang Mai, it has a more relaxed and down-to-earth feel but is never short on historical and cultural attractions of its own. Founded in 1262 as the capital of the Mengrai Dynasty, after Chiang Saen, today the city retains a strong Lanna identity, mostly through its impressive collection of temples, art, language, cuisine and music. But unlike Chiang Mai, the city offers little diversity when it comes to nightlife, entertainment and shopping, and most of these are concentrated in the area around the Clock Tower.


Phuket

When we think about the island in which there is plenty of accommodation and all kinds of facilities. In addition, a number of various activities can also be found in this island. Phuket has a lot more to offer its visitors than its natural heritage of sea, sand, sky beach, forest, and world renowned diving sites. Sino-Portuguese architecture casts its spell delighting travellers to the city, while Phuket style of hospitality has never failed to impress visitors from all walk of life.

Krabi

Krabi is a southern province on Thailand's Andaman seaboard with perhaps the country's oldest history of continued settlement. After dating stone tools, ancient colored pictures, beads, pottery and skeletal remains found in the province's many cliffs and caves.In recorded times it was called the 'Ban Thai Samor', and was one of twelve towns that used, before people were widely literate, the monkey for their standard. At that time, c. 1200 A.D., Krabi was tributary to the Kingdom of Ligor, a city on the Kra Peninsula's east coast better known today as Nakhon Si Thammarat


Koh Samui

KohSamui's repertoire of things to do and see is varied and interesting. Frommummified monks to the famous grandma and grandpa rocks to attractive waterfalls and more there's nothing to stop you having a blast on the island. For those interested in religious imagery and architecture the Big Buddha will impress - especially at sunset. The take-with-a-pinch-of-salt ladyboy shows are good for a laugh.

Chiang Mai

When we think about the island in which there is plenty of accommodation and all kinds of facilities. In addition, a number of various activities can also be found in this island. Phuket has a lot more to offer its visitors than its natural heritage of sea, sand, sky beach, forest, and world renowned diving sites. Sino-Portuguese architecture casts its spell delighting travellers to the city, while Phuket style of hospitality has never failed to impress visitors from all walk of life.

Railay Beach

Isolated from the mainland, the peninsula of Railay is surrounded by the warm Andaman Sea, lush jungle, and twisted rock. It contains enough activities for the most adventurous while allowing those who just want to chill out in paradise the opportunity to do just that.

Khao Yai National Park

Up there on the podium with some of the world's greatest parks, Khao Yai is Thailand's oldest and most visited reserve. Covering 2168 sq km, Khao Yai incorporates one of the largest intact monsoon forests remaining in mainland Asia, which is why it was named a Unesco World Heritage Site (as part of the Dong Phayayen–Khao Yai Forest Complex). Visiting independently is quite easy, as the mostly English-speaking staff at the visitor centre are very helpful.

Ko Lanta Yai

Ko Lanta Yai is in the Andaman Sea off the west coast of Thailand, between the Phi Phi Islands and the mainland. It is administratively part of Krabi Province, most of which is on the mainland. Together with neighboring Ko Lanta Noi which forms Ko Lanta archipelago and several other islands it forms the amphoe of Ko Lanta District. The island is 25 km (16 mi) long and 6 km (3.7 mi) wide, with an area of 81 km2 (31 sq mi), and a small portion of it belongs to the Mu Ko Lanta National Park.The area was designated as the 62nd national park of Thailand in 1990.