Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Marketland and within 12 mi (20 km) of The Paseo Mall and Bangkok Chain Hospital Public Company ...
Located in Bangkok City Centre, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Snake Farm, Patpong Night Market, and Lumpini Park. MBK Center and Siam Square are also ...
Situated in the city center, this luxury hotel is close to Terminal 21 Shopping Mall, Embassy of India, and Benjakiti Park. Also nearby are Benjasiri Park and ...
Thailand is widely regarded as an exotic jewel in South East Asia’s crown with something for everyone. Crystal clear waters lap against beautiful white sandy beaches along the coastal resorts, while the incredible capital city of Bangkok and the towns and cities further inland provide visitors with fabulous temples and amazing scenery to view. Thai cuisine is famous the world over, as is the friendliness and tolerance of the local people. This remarkable country is a cultural delight, yet still modern enough to allow any tourist to have a fantastic stay while saving some money, making it one of the most valuable trips anyone can make.
Although it is mainly a tropical country and as such hot and humid weather all year round, Thailand is probably best visited between November and March as temperatures are at their most comfortable. The summer sees temperatures regularly over 40 degrees Celsius which is great for the beaches but perhaps not ideal for sightseeing. July to October is monsoon season but this is the time when great deals are offered and less people are milling about. Festivals occur almost on a monthly basis with the Songkran perhaps the most popular in early April. The Pattaya festival is a wonderful occasion with fireworks, pageants, floral floats, and an abundance of quality cuisine on its famous beach.
Travel north to Mae Hong Son and stroll around the town's attractive lake and marvel at the shan-style temples around it.
Enjoy the secluded Nai Harn Beach at the southern tip of Phuket surrounded by fabulous landscapes.
Visit what is affectionately referred to as the Temple of the Turtles in Bangkok with hundreds of these gentle reptiles wandering the grounds.
See the spectacular Ratana waterfall on the idyllic island of Ko Adang off the south coast.
Take a relaxing rice barge cruise through the Bangkok canals, sampling tropical fruits and beverages along the way.
Take a trip to the famous floating markets and pick up a bargain from a shopping expedition unlike anything else you seen or even thought about.
Enjoy the lush mountainous landscapes and spectacular waterfalls in the World Heritage Site that is Khao Yai National Park.
Learn to dive at Koh Lanta and see the incredible marine life which includes rays, puffer fish, and even majestic whale sharks.
Stand and gaze in awe at the Grand Palace in Bangkok and take in the intricate detail of its magnificent structure.
Walk around the stunning ruins of the palace and temples at the ancient city Ayutthaya.
Spend a day at the Chatuchak Weekend Market where there are over 15,000 unique stalls to tour and find souvenirs.
Go for a cruise down the “River of Kings” and take in the splendor of Thailand up-close.
Visit the unique Phang Nga Bay in Phuket and appreciate the limestone cliffs jutting out of emerald waters.
Enjoy the fun of bathing a giant elephant at one of the many conservation parks all over Thailand.
Take a trip to the Bridge over the River Kwai Museum and feel the emotion of the remarkable achievements of the time.
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