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Phuket

Phuket

Off the shores of Phuket lie more than 30 astounding islands. These tropical isles have emerged from the gem-coloured Andaman Sea to surround Phuket with some of the most beautiful vistas in all of Southeast Asia.

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

Once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, the historic city of Ayutthaya has been preserved and protected for centuries. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 Kra Sae Cave

Kra Sae Cave 

Located next to 'Death Railway' an hour from Kanchanaburi, this tucked-away cave holds a shrine to Buddha and played an interesting role in WWII as resting spot POWs.  

Chiang Rai Singha Park

Singha Park Chiang Rai

This expansive park in Chiang Rai is a destination for sustainable tourism. From a tea plantation to a Sacred Buddhist Site to a working farm, this Park is a microcosm in this northern Thailand city.

Erawan Waterfall Kanchanaburi

Erwan Falls

Thailand's 12th National Park sprawls across the Tenasserim Hills of Kanchanaburi. While visitors will find incredible wildlife, the emerald waters and falls are easily the highlight.

Chiang Saen Golden Triangle

Chiang Saen Golden Triangle

Famous for its stunning scenery, the Golden Triangle is the point at which Thailand, Burma, and Laos are separated. In Golden Triangle Park, this immense golden Buddha watches over the banks of the Mekong River.

Rot Fai Market Ratchada in Bangkok

Rot Fai Market Ratchada

This market comes alive when the sun goes down in Bangkok. A night bazaar offering food, vintage clothing, and a playful energy every week from Thursday to Sunday.

Sunflower fields of Rai Manesorn

Sunflower fields of Rai Manesorn

Two sunflower fields cover over 1 million square metres in Central Thailand. They cover the hills with a dreamy, golden hue. 

Wat Arun Temple of Dawn

Wat Arun

Bangkok's 'Temple of Dawn' is a Buddhist temple situated on the Phraya River. It was built in 1768 and features the highest prang, or tower, in Thailand.