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Welcome to Thailand “ The Land of Smile ”

 

   


      THAILAND DESTINATION GUIDE

 

        CENTRAL & EASTERN  THAILAND

 

BANGKOK

Thailand's capital city, known to Thais as "Krung Thep" (the City of Angels) is one of the world's most exciting cities. It holds the essence of the Thai spirit, and is very much the heart of the country. Without doubt, this fast-growing       metropolis of roughly 10 million people has something to offer to everyone. Its lively collection of nightlife venues, markets, shops, restaurants, magnificent "wats"(temples), museums, palaces and parks will assure that you never get bored.

                    

PATTAYA

 

Discovered by American GI's during the Vietnam War, the once sleepy fishing village of Pattaya has become one of Thailand's premier beach resorts. It annually attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world. Apart from the fine beaches and lively nightlife, Pattaya also offers excellent dining and shopping opportunities, not to mention the best water sports facilities in Thailand. It truly has all the ingredients to make your stay a memorable one.

RAYONG / KO SAMET (SAMET ISLAND)

Located just to the east of Pattaya,Rayong and Ko Samet have experienced a dramatic surge in popularity in recent years. Apart from its peaceful beaches, Rayong is also blessed with a variety of natural attractions and sites of cultural and historical interest. Ko Samet, a six-kilometer strip of island with idyllic scenery, clear blue waters, crystalline sand and dazzling coral reefs, is ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving.

 

HUA HIN / CHA-AM

Located some 190 kilometers south of Bangkok on the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand, Hua Hin is the oldest beach resort in the kingdom and has been the Thai royal family's summer residence since the 1920s. Cha-am, its sister resort, located 30 kilometers to the north. These two coastal resorts offer excellent accommodation, fine beaches, a wide range of water sports, shopping, excellent seafood restaurants, a paradise for golfers. Hua Hin and Cha-am convey a feel of relaxation and suitable for family vacations.


KOH CHANG

Looking for the ultimate “unspoiled” Thai paradise, people might say it is Koh Chang (Elephant Island). It is called Koh Chang due to the shape of the island, which resembles a sleeping elephant. Set in the Gulf of Thailand just 315 kilometers south-east of Bangkok, the island is incredibly mountainous and lush. With 75 percent of undisturbed rainforest, Koh Chang is perhaps the best-preserved island in Southeast Asia. Beaches, waterfalls, coral reefs and wildlife abound.

Koh Chang had escaped heavy development for so long thanks to its difficult accessible location, some national park protection and the near-then turbulent situation in Cambodia. After Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra announced his vision for Koh Chang in October 2001, a spree of construction of luxury resorts has erupted. Restaurants, pubs, tour agencies, shops and minimarts are springing up like mushrooms. Land prices have soared more than double those of last year. Moreover, the recent construction of a four-lane highway from Bangkok, plus newly opened airport in Trat will certainly help promoting the island even further.

Koh Chang, a 30-kilometer strip of island with spectacular waterfalls, a rich evergreen forest, idyllic scenery, clear blue waters, crystalline sand and dazzling coral reefs, is indeed an ideal place for beach and nature lovers. For snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts, Koh Chang National Marine Park, acclaimed for its incredible corals and aquatic life – should not be missed.

 

 

 

 

KANCHANABURI

 

The westernmost province of Thailand has not only gained fame for its strikingly beautiful landscape - characterized by impressive waterfalls and caves, tranquil river scenery and verdant national parks - but also for its tragic history. During World War II Asian laborers and allied prisoners of war were forced to build the Burma-Siam Railway through the province. The most famous reminder of this tragedy is the "Bridge On the River Kwai," which was immortalized in books and the motion picture of the same name.

  

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