Thailand ,officially the Kingdom of Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia.
With great food, a tropical climate, fascinating culture, majestic mountains and great beaches, Thailand attracts 2.5 mn tourists a year.
- Bangkok — Thailand’s bustling capital
- Ayutthaya — a historical city, UNESCO World Heritage Site and old capital of Siam
- Chiang Mai — de facto capital of Northern Thailand and the heart of Lanna culture
- Chiang Rai— gateway to the Golden Triangle, ethnic minorities and mountain trekkings
- Kanchanaburi— home of the bridge over the River Kwai and numerous World War II museums
- Nakhon Ratchasima — largest city of the Isaan region
- Pattaya — one of the main tourist destinations, known for its nightlife
- Sukhothai — Thailand’s first capital, with amazing ruins still
- Surat Thani — home of the Srivijaya Empire, gateway to the Samui archipelago
- Ko Chang — once a quiet island, now undergoing major tourism development
- Ko Lipe — small island in the middle of Tarutao National Park, amazingly unspoiled with great reefs and beaches
- Ko Pha Ngan — site of the famous Full Moon Party with miles of quiet coastline
- Ko Samet — the nearest island beach escape from Bangkok
- Ko Samui — comfortable, nature, and entertainment hippie hangout gone upmarket
- Khao Lak — gateway to the Similan Islands, hard hit by the 2004 tsunami, but vibrant once more
- Khao Sok National Park — one of the most beautiful wildlife reserves in Thailand
- Khao Yai National Park — take a night time 4×4 safari spotting deer or visit the spectacular waterfalls
- Krabi Province — beach and watersports hub in the south, includes Ao Nang, Rai Leh, Ko Phi Phi and Ko Lanta
- Phuket — the original Thai paradise island, now very developed, but still with some beautiful beaches.
Thailand can be conveniently divided into five geographic and cultural regions:
Chiang Mai, hill tribes, and the Golden Triangle.
The great northeast region. Get off the beaten track and discover back country Thailand, mouthwatering food, and some magnificent Khmer ruins.
Bangkok, lowlands and historic Thailand
Beaches and islands within easy reach of Bangkok, like Pattaya, Ko Samet and Ko Chang.
Lush rainforest and hundreds of kilometers of coastline and countless islands on both the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, plus Phuket, Krabi, Ko Samui, Ko Tao and many more of Thailand’s famous beach spots.