|Bangkok Travel Guide|
Bangkok, Thailand's capital city, is the center of everything, traditional civilization, foreign civilization and material prosperity.
|Ayutthaya Travel Guide|
Ayutthaya, Thailand's prosperous Old Kingdom, is only 70 km north of Bangkok. Ayutthaya's town is an island surrounded by rivers.
|Krabi Travel Guide|
Krabi is a southern province on Thailand's Andaman seaboard with perhaps the country's oldest history of continued settlement.
|Koh Samui Travel Guide|
Koh Samui is Thailand's third largest island at 247 square kilometres, and during the last decade it has become one of Southeast Asia's premier tourist destinations.
|Hua-Hin / Cha-Am Travel Guide|
Phetchaburi is a very old town and used to be an important royal for a along period of time.
|Mae Hong Son Travel Guide|
Maehongson, Thailand's northern border city, hiding itself in between the towering mountains with densely forested slopes, stretching to the Burmese border. Maehongson is known for its charm of scenery and culture.
|Phang Nga Travel Guide|
The province of Phang-nga is located some 788 kilometres from Bangkok. It covers an area of 4,170 square kilometres.
|Koh Chang Travel Guide|
Koh Chang has always been a favourite get-away for Thai people. Lush and mountainous, this quiet island, full of natural treasures is a jewel just waiting to be discovered.
|Trang Travel Guide|
South of Krabi, half way between Phuket and the Malaysian border, the coastal province of Trang is poised to establish itself on the international travel map. It can be reached by air in one hour from Bangkok.
|Phuket Travel Guide|
Phuket, which is also known as the pearl of the Andaman, is the biggest island in Thailand. Located in Andaman Sea in the south, Phuket is 867 kilometers of Bangkok.
|Pattaya Travel Guide|
Pattaya, a small city in Chonburi Province, is an international play ground of renown, located on the east coast of the gulf of Thailand and facing a wide bay.
|Chiang Mai Travel Guide|
Chiang mai is the center of the northern Thailand, 700 km north of Bangkok.
|Chiang Rai Travel Guide|
Chiang Rai is home to serveral ethnic minorities include Tai Yai, Akha, Lahu, Lisu, Karen, Yao and more. Each group has its own language, costume, customs, and religious beliefs.
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