Thailand highlights

A land of ancient royal capitals, pristine beaches, welcoming smiles, Thailand is the essence of South East Asia. Wonderfully preserved UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Sukhothai, Ayutthaya, appear unchanged through centuries. Exotic island landscapes, Phuket, Koh Lanta, rise from the warm, aquamarine waters of the Andaman Sea. And everywhere, the vibrant streets and markets of Bangkok, the cool and mountainous Mae Hong Son, the flawless white sand beaches of the south, the warm smiles of the Thai people await you.

Discover here some of our favourite places and travel experiences, which can be included in your personalised itinerary. Use them as a starting point, combine them with your own ideas.

Ayutthaya

The capital of the Siamese Kingdom between the 14th and 18th centuries, Ayutthaya was widely proclaimed by visiting merchants and emissaries the finest they had seen

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Bangkok

Tracing its origins to the former capitals of Thonburi and Rattanakosin, Bangkok is a city of fascinating contrasts

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Cha Am and Hua Hin

Meaning ‘Stone Head’, after two natural features at the north end of its flawless 5 kilometre beach, Hua Hin, is located on the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand

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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, Thailand’s ‘Rose of the North’ retains the grace and charm of an ancient royal capital, with every convenience of a modern city

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Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai, former royal capital of the ancient Lanna kingdom is in Thailand’s far north, close to the borders with Laos and Myanmar

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Chiang Saen at the Golden Triangle

Set on a stunning stretch of the Mekong River where Thailand meets Burma and Laos, this former Thai kingdom dates to the 7th Century and is rich in cultural heritage

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Isaan

Isaan is the collective term for the north eastern provinces of Thailand, situated across the broad Khorat Plateau

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Khao Sok National Park

Located centrally on the Malay Peninsula between Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui, Khao Sok National Park contains not just the oldest evergreen rain forest in Thailand, but the world

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Koh Chang

Koh Chang is a marine national park of 50 offshore islands on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Thailand, enjoying distant views across Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains

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Koh Lanta

Located south of Phuket and Krabi, the island of Koh Lanta is a lesser known gem of the Andaman Sea

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Koh Phangan

Located in the Gulf of Thailand, off the Isthmus of Kra, Koh Phangan is a short cruise from the better known Koh Samui

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Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi, or Phi Phi Island lies in the Andaman Sea, a short cruise (1 hour) from Phuket

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Koh Samet

Located a short transfer from Bangkok, in the Gulf of Thailand, the island of Koh Samet forms part of Khao Laem Ya Marine National Park

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Koh Samui

Koh Samui, lying off the Isthmus of Kra in the Gulf of Thailand is the country’s third largest island, and the largest in an archipelago of more than 80 forming the Ang Thong National Marine Park

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Koh Tao

The tiny island of Koh Tao, or ‘Turtle Island’, lies off the Isthmus of Kra in the Gulf of Thailand, a short cruise (45 km) from the larger island of Kho Phangan

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Koh Yao

The islands of Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi represent Thailand as it might have appeared to the visitor before air travel, and mass tourism

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Krabi

Krabi is defined by pristine coral reefs, flawless white sand beaches, extraordinary limestone islands pierced with caves, glittering with cascading waterfalls

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Mae Hong Son

Deep inside a valley shrouded in mist, against a backdrop of rugged mountain scenery the town of Mae Hong Son is located in Thailand’s remote north-west

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Pai: Gorges and Hot springs

Located in Thailand’s remote north-west, Pai is best visited as a waypoint on your journey from Mae Hong Son to Chiang Mai.

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Pattaya

Located a short (150km) transfer from Bangkok, Pattaya is a family and activity based resort located on the warm tropical waters of the Gulf of Thailand

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Phang Nga and Khao Lak

Phang Nga Province, embracing Thailand’s Andaman coast is home to both marine and coastal national parks of outstanding natural beauty, most famously the stunning shoreline of Khao Lak

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Phuket

Located in the south of Thailand, where the Straits of Malacca meet the Andaman Sea, Phuket’s cultural heritage is as exotic as its location

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River Kwai and Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi, an easy 2 hour transfer by road or rail from Bangkok is rich in both natural and cultural heritage

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Sukhothai

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sukhothai, translated ‘Dawn of Happiness’ is located north of Bangkok, on a bend of the Yom River

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Trang

Located between Krabi and Phang Nga, the stunning coastline of Trang Province looks out upon the clear aquamarine waters of the Andaman Sea

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