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Thailand is a popular holiday destination and you will quickly discover why. Visit the JEATH War Museum for a moving insight to the infamous war. There are a lot of temples to explore, especially in the ancient city of Chiang Mai and in the mountains above it. In Bangkok admire the Grand Palace and the beautiful Royal barges. Explore the mysterious caves in Chiang Dao Mountain and visit the surrounding area on a bike. Go hiking and bird watching in Doi Inthanon Mountain and swim in the pools under the waterfalls. Don’t miss a trip to the Bangkok Siam Ocean World Aquarium where you can dive with sharks and visit the islands in Phang Nga Bay. No trip to Thailand is complete without seeing a kick-boxing match that take place every day.
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Rice Paddy Villa Rice Paddy Villa

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A stunning private pool villa among the rice paddies of rural northeast Thailand, offering unique, full board holidays off the beaten path.

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Villa Rentals
USD 2100 - 3000 Per week Northeast

Best Western Phuket Ocean Resort Best Western Phuket Ocean Resort

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M13295 is situated at Karon beach on the hillside among the coconut groves overlooking Karon beach and Karon lagoon.

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Spa resorts
USD 6 - 95 Per day Thailand

The Oriental, Bangkok The Oriental, Bangkok

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The Oriental, Bangkok is renowned for one of the world’s most beautiful spas.

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Spa resorts
USD 330 - 2200 Per day Thailand

Andaman Cove Phuket at Evason Resort and Spa Andaman Cove Phuket at Evason Resort and Spa

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Luxury Oceanview Serviced Condominiums at our Resort and Spa.

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Spa resorts
USD 330 - 600 Per day Thailand

View Point Resort View Point Resort

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Find the tropical hideaway with white sands and crystal clear waters!

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Diving resorts
USD 100 - 500 Per day Thailand

Thailand Siri Giriya Spa Thailand Siri Giriya Spa

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Have e great vacation at this amazing Thai spa resort. Here, you will experience the signature recipe, exclusive and zenith treatment.

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Spa resorts
USD 50 - 200 Per day Thailand

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Thailand Travel Stories
Riding on the Mae Kok River One of the most enjoyable things to do while visiting Northern Thailand is to take a "Long-Tail" boat ride. The most popular ride is on the Mae Kok river from Thatorn, in far north Chiangmai province, to Chiangrai. Most ride the local bus from the Chang Puak bus station departing at 7 and 9 am, although those leaving at 9 might miss... Read more >>>
Camping on the Roof of Thailand The hottest time of the year in Chiang Mai is April and May. Temperatures can easily exceed 40 degrees Centigrade by mid-afternoon. There is a place very close to Chiangmai where you can escape the heat and enjoy some of the finest natural scenery in the Kingdom and that is Doi Inthanon National Park. Each year my wife and I pack up... Read more >>>
Visit Mae Hong Son by Motorbike MAE HONG SON is one of the most beautiful areas in Thailand. The province is still 85% forest with rugged mountains and beautiful vistas. The best way to enjoy the Mae Hong Son area is by motorbike or jeep. While most people think this is the area for trekking. Chiangmai and Chiangrai are still the best areas for trekking by far... Read more >>>
Khao Sok National Park There are many benefits to visiting southern Thailand during the rainy season. For one thing, accommodation prices are lower. Restaurants aren’t crowded, vendors are easy to haggle with, and everything seems a bit slower. Four of us went to Khao Sok National Park to appreciate the abundant wildlife within the park. It was the... Read more >>>
The Birds of Doi Inthanon National Park Birdwatching at Doi Inthanon National Park can be a fun and an interesting way to discover nature at a leisurely pace. You can easily cover many kilometers in a day without getting tired because you spend more time looking then walking. You pay more attention to the sounds and beauty of the forest so you discover many wonderful things... Read more >>>
Doi Inthanon National Park Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam... Read more >>>
The Road from Thatorn to Mae Salong If you think you've been there and done that 10 times, here's a little something that might make you feel like a real adventurer and get a better feeling for the locals. It is the road from Thatorn to the village of Mae Salong or Chiangrai. The route is about 42 kilometers to Mae Salong or 92 kilometers to Chiangrai, and passes dozens of villages of Akha, Lahu, Lisu, Karen, Yao and KMT Chinese... Read more >>>
Lisu Adventure in Baan Thatorn, Chiang Mai After reading the article "Bed and Breakfast, Lisu Style" in the July issue of Welcome to Chiangmai & Chiangrai I became very curious about Asa's Guest Home located in Baan Thatorn. I have been trekking before and wanted to go again, but I was looking for something different. At Asa's, I found what I wanted. I left Chiangmai on the 9... Read more >>>
Watterfalls for Splashing Cool Fun Motor biking in north Thailand is a most enjoyable activity to do here. Most of those who rent motorbikes in Chiangrai visit Mae Salong, Mae Sai, The Golden Triangle, Chiang Saen and Chiang Khong. However, there is more to the Chiangrai province than these area, much more. Read on for some suggestions. There are beautiful, tranquil... Read more >>>
Bangkok: Massage At The Temple I am flat on my back in a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. My body is just one of many on a sea of cots that resembles the operating ward in "M*A*S*H." My masseuse, who speaks no English, straddles my leg, pressing hard on my inner thigh. Though I speak no Thai, she has no trouble understanding my groan. In her saffron-colored... Read more >>>