Thailand is a magic country featuring Buddhist temples, exotic Wildlife such as elephants and beautiful islands and shores. It is a fascinating history and unique Buddhist culture. Thai food has become renowned throughout the world because of its flavour and visual appeal. The people are welcoming and friendly and epitomize Thailand as the land of smiles. Throughout your stay you can get involved in many different popular activities or courses in Thai cooking, Buddhism and traditional Thai massage.
Anyone visiting Thailand is likely to want to visit Bangkok with its many historic, cultural and natural sites. However it is well worth making the effort to also pay a visit to the southern shores and islands, and the north of Thailand that is the major area for elephant trekking and adventure travel with its varied ethnic minority groups and forested mountains.
Bangkok is a tropical metropolis that is also among the most traveller friendly cities in Asia. It is famous for its shopping malls, offering an astounding range of local and international brands. Chatuchak Weekend Market is perhaps the most significant market in the world, selling everything from household items to live critters. ThePratunam Market specializes in fabrics and clothes.
The night markets sell things like T-shirts, handicrafts, watches and sunglasses. In the neighbourhood of Bangkok one can discover several visually magnificent floating markets in private pool villas in Phuket. You will find exotic orchids and tasty fruit everywhere with bougainvillea and frangipani blooming all around the city. The justifiably famous Thai cuisine is diverse and very affordable.
The majority of Bangkok’s sights are focused at the Old City. There are hundreds of temples, the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arum being the best known. The Wat Para Knew houses the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddha image of Thailand.
Pattaya is a beachfront resort on the private pool villas in Phuket, about 150 km southeast of Bangkok. It is chiefly famous for its go-go pubs and nightlife, but attempts are made to provide more family-friendly attractions and activities.
Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and is located 862 kilometres south of Bangkok. Recently, tourism has transformed the island into one of Thailand’s wealthiest provinces. Swimming, snorkelling, diving, yachting, jet-skiing and Para-sailing are the most popular activities on the island. Other actions include free-diving, windsurfing, kite surfing, wake boarding and deep-sea fishing.
Koh Samui is an island of great natural beauty and variety. The palm fringed coastline with fruit and coconut cultivation of the coastal lowlands rise to a central granite gigantic overlooking the island, the slopes of which are cloaked in virgin rain forest. Koh Samui has also become one of the most popular places for luxurious holiday houses and holiday rentals in Thailand.