Thailand


Comprising bustling mega-cities crowded with tuk-tuks and motorbikes, hill tribes selling handicrafts, ancient ruins, and stunning coastlines peppered with gorgeous beaches and blue lagoons – Thailand is an expression of life itself, beautiful and alluring – an all-in-one experience to remember for a lifetime.

Exotic Boundaries

It is not easy to match Thailand’s exotic boundaries. Over 2800km of Gulf of Thailand and more than 900km of Andaman Sea coastline. Thailand invites you to admire its azure waters, go diving with whale sharks, dip the toes into soft san...

Comprising bustling mega-cities crowded with tuk-tuks and motorbikes, hill tribes selling handicrafts, ancient ruins, and stunning coastlines peppered with gorgeous beaches and blue lagoons – Thailand is an expression of life itself, beautiful and alluring – an all-in-one experience to remember for a lifetime.

Exotic Boundaries

It is not easy to match Thailand’s exotic boundaries. Over 2800km of Gulf of Thailand and more than 900km of Andaman Sea coastline. Thailand invites you to admire its azure waters, go diving with whale sharks, dip the toes into soft sand, or party in one of the country’s 1430 islands. Anything goes between these sun-kissed boundaries of Thailand’s waterfront.

Heartwarming People & Food

Thai people are known to be some of the most genuine and down-to-earth people there are. Add a world-renowned cuisine to that, and you will quickly fall in love with the country. Spice edge and aromatic components with medicinal benefits are what defines their cuisine. Find out why 7 of 50 World’s Top Dishes in 2017 CNN Travel’s List belonged to Thailand’s cuisine by tasting foods like pad Thai, massaman curry, and mu nam tok. Let it warm your heart and soul!

Authentic Nature & Landscapes

If you love nothing more than immersing yourself in nature, Thailand has it in abundance. Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand is a good place to start. Home to green valleys, caves, wild animals, and huge limestone mountains, you’ll really be at one with nature here. Remote Islands in Krabi Province such as Koh Lanta boast adorable furry friends while the Northern Thailand hills setting surrounded by mountains offer some peace and tranquility away from the bustling Thai city-life. Keep an open mind and embark on a journey of a lifetime.

Sacred Spaces

While there is no official religion in Thailand, around 95% of Thai people follow Theravada Buddhism. For some a philosophical discovery, for others a sightseeing adventure. You’ll see it everywhere – whether it’s a city, village or a mountain. Golden Buddhas and shimmering temples can be found in the capital Bangkok while underground shrines are discovered within hidden caves such as Phraya Nakhon. Buddhism has a profound influence on Thai culture, bringing other attractions for tourists such as religious festivals and meditation retreats in Northeastern Thailand.

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