Regions in Thailand

First there's the soft white sand beaches of Southern Thailand, such as Krabi, the turquoise water (the diving and snorkelling in Thailand is some of the best you'll find in the world), the backdrop of postcard perfect palms and dramatic cliffs. And then there's frenetic Bangkok - and the lush rainforests, ancient hill tribes and beautiful elephants in Northern Thailand around the Golden Triangle.

Cities don't come more buzzing or colourful than Bangkok: a fast-paced and eccentric metropolis where serene temples stand alongside glittering skyscrapers, and a shopping spree can involve anything from bagging designer steals with a personal stylist, to having a suit exquisitely tailored, or visiting a traditional floating market.

Whether you’re picturing a stunning island hide-out that’s fit for a Bond villain, or simply the inviting turquoise waters that Thailand is famous for, Phuket and the surrounding islands are what fantasies are made of. Phuket is the largest of Thailand’s islands, with endless stretches of white-sand beaches, and crystal clear waters.

For a classic Thailand tonic, the tiny and picturesque island of Koh Samui never disappoints, and while it may be known in some quarters for its buzzing nightlife, we can whisk you in a flash to the most exclusive beach enclaves and serene spa retreats, where you’ll experience Thailand’s famous hospitality and exceptional level of service.

Just off the coast of Cambodia, the heavenly islands of Koh Kood and Koh Chang offer a taste of unspoilt Thailand that relatively few tourists know about. Arriving by private sea-plane and boat, you’ll stay at one of just a handful of hotels on your chosen island, and indulge in pure fantasy as you swim in waterfalls, dine high above the treetops and watch films beneath a glittering canopy of stars.
Standing in splendour beneath jungle-covered hills, Thailand’s second city Chiang Mai glistens with ornate temples and bustling night markets. Pace-wise, it’s far more laid-back and relaxed than Bangkok, and as you wander the traditional wooden houses, elaborate gardens, and temples, you’ll find far fewer visitors.


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