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Bangkok :     Thailand’s capitol city, dynamic often wild but blended with ancient beauty, Thai’s call it the City of Angels, there is nothing angelic about Bangkok, it’s a modern city, that also beholds temples, Palaces and Khlongs.

* Sukhumuit Road                    * Siam Square

* Pratunan                               * Silom

* Riverside                               * Ratchadapsek

* China Town                           * Airport Air

 


Central :        The central plain covers 100 mile width, and 250 miles to the north of Bangkok, the visitor can find themselves surrounded by ruined cities, glorious temples and museums, indicating the past presence of great civilizations, and the scars the 2nd World War.

* Kanchanaburi                       * Ayutthaya

* Phitsanulok

 


 

North :            As you travel north, you leave behind the dusty heat of the plains, and enter the limestone hills that seem to offer clean fresher air, as the forests, rivers and roads twist and wind through some breathtaking scenery, The north was incorporated into the Thai nation until the 20th century, which is evident in its culture and pace of its people, an adventure playground, for adventure sports.       

* Chiang Mai                           * Chiang Mai

Khoa Yai National Park           * Mae Hong


Northeast :    Long regarded as the poorest region of Thailand, it is also considered the most friendliest, its people open their hearts and give a warm welcome to visitors, but there is another side to the region, its rich culture, its history, its national parks, mountain trails, and elephant treks, not forgetting the adventurous Mekong 

* Nong Khai                             * Udon Thani 


 

East (gulf) Coast:     Heading southeast from Bangkok, you will find the gorgeous beaches and remote forests islands such as Koh Chang and Koh Samet, with amazing waterfalls, and shores. The region also harbours the energetic and hectic nightlife found in Pattaya, where the sex industry still flourishes

* Koh Chang                            * Pattaya

                                    * Koh Samet 

 


Gulf Coast (west):     If beaches, resorts, national parks, and cultured towns, is your search, look no further than this coast line, Islands such as Koh Samui, Koh Toa among others, offer diving experiences second to none, The region is also home to now famous monthly “Full moon parties 

* Koh Pha-ngan                       * Koh Samui

* Hua Hin                                 * Prachinburi

* Koh Tao                                 * Koh Samet 


  

Andaman Coast:     Travellers to this coast line will find treasures, from exploring hidden lagoons and beaches by way of a sea canoe, to the lively night life found in Phuket, This coast does experience the southwest monsoon. And we should all remember the regions devastation, as a result of tsunami.

* Krabi                                     * Phuket

* Trang                                     * Koh Lanta

 

 


Deep South :     An Area full of beautiful beaches, and outstanding beach resorts, the accommodation is superb, and restaurants in the area can compete as some of the most outstanding in Thailand. This region is the most southern point of Thailand. Sitting on the borber with Malaysia, who’s influence can be found in all area,s of the Deep South, If beach holidays is your wish, There is no better venue.


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