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There’s far more to Thailand than palm-fringed sands. Inland, there’s history almost everywhere you turn. You’ll find temples a-plenty including the UNESCO-protected ancient capital of Siam at Sukhothai. And from more recent history, there’s the legendary Bridge on the River Kwai.

The Countryside

It's worth exploring Thailand's interior. There are National parks where they foster elephants and gibbons, and hills where rich tribal cultures are preserved.

The Cities

From frenetic Bangkok with its wealth of historic sites to much quieter Chiang Mai in the North, Thailand's main cities excite the senses and tempt the tastebuds.

The Beaches

Along the coast, you’ll find sleepy villages where you can watch local fishermen bringing in the day’s catch, while limestone islands rising from the sea make for amazing boat trips. From Phuket, Krabi and Khao Lak in the West to the island of Koh Samui in the East - there's a beach resort that wll suit you down to the ground.



It’s well worth considering a holiday to Thailand that’s more than just a beach – whether that includes a couple of nights in the jungle at Elephant Hills or visiting Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle in the North.


Visit Chiang Mai's night market where you’ll find the most amazing street food. Dishes contain a fusion of flavours influenced by Chiang Mai’s proximity to Myanmar and Laos - don't eat lunch!

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