Glittering with lights, hustle bustle of people and a little chaos, Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand packed with tourist attractions be it historic, religious or nature. The place offers a bundle of non-stop action, thrilling excursion and unforgettable experiences.
Pattaya is a beautiful beach resort nestled along the eastern coast of Gulf of Thailand renowned for its gorgeous beaches, water parks, unspoiled nature?s beauty, religious temples and long walks on the street.
Outlined by the exotic Carbbean Sea, Playa Del Carmen is a beach resort town that also touches Riviera Maya to bring a natural bliss to this Mayan habitat. Close to Cancun and Cozumel, this blooming tourist spot is home to many European expats.
One of the oldest provinces in Thailand, krabi is home to the traditional yet the modern. The tousisty and the local flavor. Sample what you like and see what the other side of the coin has to offer too in this Thai province.
Phi Phi consists of a group of six islands. Only 40 km away from Phuket, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Lee are the two most famous islands of the two. Considered one of the oldest places in Thailand, Phi Phi islands are one of the oldest surviving in Thailand.
Hua Hin is a seaside resort which is popular among both Thai nationals as well as tourists. What was once the royal family's beach getaway is fast becoming a relaxing place to escape Bangkok's city hustle and bustle.
Not a go-to destination in itself, Surat Thani provides a base point from which travellers meander across Thailand. Once the seat of the Srivijaya empire, Surat Thani today is an important trade and transport hub.
Khao Lak is a string of villages which lie on the west coast of Thailand. Once a quiet and unknown land, these villages are fast becoming a hotspot for adventure sports and beach activities between both Thai locals and tourists alike.