The Andaman Coast is a sparkling jewel on the southwest coast of Thailand home to some of the country’s most popular beach destinations such as Phuket, the Phi Phi Islands, and Krabi. The stunning stretch of coastline blends the perfect mixture of breathtaking beaches, turquoise waters, glistening turquoise waters, towering limestone cliffs, karst islands, and national parks found in the dense verdant jungle interior.
Experience the north of Thailand as you travel through its verdant countryside dotted with rice paddies, attractive landscapes and a natural environment that is not found anywhere else in the country. Visit remote longneck hill tribe villages and explore the most impressive temples.
Thailand’s astonishing tropical islands have plenty to offer from blinding white sands, swaying palm trees, luxury resorts, and sparkling turquoise waters that lap the stunning islands and beaches. Escaping on a tranquil beach vacation to any one of these fabulous island destinations such as Koh Samui, Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi, or Phuket is a dream come true.
Northern Thailand is landlocked and surrounded by rolling verdant hills, and soaring mountains, and shares its borders with Myanmar and Laos.
Central Thailand is often bypassed by visitors, also known as the Central Plains.
The River Kwai is the lifeblood of Kanchanaburi, one of Thailand`s westernmost provinces. The river has gained international fame due the construction of the Death Railway and the famous Bridge on the River Kwai.