Thailand17An extensive introduction to the history and culture of Thailand by experiencing the new capital city of Bangkok and old capital city of Sukhothai (Siam's first unified kingdom) and Ayutthaya (Siam's second unified kiingdom). Enjoy elephant riding and rafting in Chiang Mai, visiting hill tribe villages in Mae Hong Son. Visit the Golden Triangle (where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet on the Mekong River). See the northerrnmost city of Thailand, Mae Sai in Chiang Rai province and cross into Burmese Tachileik if you like. See the sights in jungle encircled Kachanaburi, and relax on the beach in Phuket.

Read more: North to South Thailand Tour, 17 Days / 16 Nights

Thailand10A brief introduction to Chiang Mai - the chief city of Northern Thailand as well as the major gateway to the hill tribe villages & Doi Suthep Mountain Monastery. Enjoy the elephant safari in the Maetaeng Elephant Park. Visit Doi Mae Salong - the successful settlement of the former Chinese Kuomintang, Chiang Rai, Mae Sai-Tachileik (Thai-Myanmar border) and the Golden Triangle once a hotbed of the opium trade legal and illicit.

Read more: Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai Tour, 5 Days / 4 Nights

Thailand2Phuket is Thailand's largest island on the wesst coast of the Kra isthmus in the southern part of the country. It has lovely beaches, many quiet and clean and a few crowded with night entertainment places and choked with seafood restaurants like in Patong beach. Phuket nestles in balmy Andaman Sea waters on Thailand's Indian Ocean coastline 862 kilometers south of Bangkok. The most famous beaches are Patong, Kata, Karon, Kamala, Cape Panwa and Nai Harn. From late October to late May the sea is calm and crystal clear - conducive to snorkelling, scuba-diving and deep-sea fishing.

Read more: Bangkok-Phuket Tour, 6 Days / 5 Nights

Thailand12A brief introduction to Bangkok - eclectic capital of the Thailand - & Chiang Mai, the chief city of northern Thailand as well as the major gateway to the hill tribe villages. Take in the spectacular show at Siam Niramit theatre-restaurant in Bangkok, the famous floating market, folkshow at the Rose Garden, cruise the canals and visit the impressive temples. In Chiang Mai one has the chance to see the amazing works of northern Thailand's cottage industry, arts & handicraft centers, waterfalls, trekking to hill tribe villages, experience exciting activities like elephant safari, bamboo rafting and white-water rafting, "Flight of the Gibbon", tigers, monkeys, snakes all interesting performers.

Read more: Bangkok-Chiang Mai Tour, 6 Days / 5 Nights

Thailand1Koh Samui the second largest island in the Gulf of Thailand has undergone significant transformation since 1970 as a hideaway of European backpackers to become an international tourist paradise today. Koh Samui offers white sandy beaches, glittering sea, lush green vegetation, waterfalls and friendly people. Best time to travel is during the off-monsoon months of May-October.

Read more: Bangkok – Koh Samui, 7 Days / 6 Nights