Welcome to a land that has managed to preserve its rich heritage whilst absorbing a major portion of the urban culture. A land that welcomes 16 million visitors every year but still manages to carry forward the torch of cultural integrity.

Thailand’s picturesque landscape has been well documented and repeatedly used in Hollywood movies. Even so, watching a Railey Beach sunset is something that will huddle up in the memory bank for a long time to come. With a multitude of tourist attractions like the Grand Palace, and the limestone monoliths of Phang Nga Bay among many others Thailand is bound to awaken your inner sense of satisfaction while you are there.


The Ko Tarutao
Do not miss the Ko Tarutao if you enjoy viewing local wildlife in your visits. It is one of the 51 islands that fall under the National Marine Park in South Thailand. The glistening beaches here are home to sea turtles, whales, monitor lizards and macaques. The Ko Tarutao also presents a lot of possibilities for hiking and trekking.

Ko Chang
The second largest island in Thailand is slowly growing into a prominent place on the tourist map of the country. Complete with waterfalls, rainforests and coral reefs, this beautiful island is a perfect excuse for those of you who love beaches to bask in the glory of the place.


The Grand Palace
The previous residence of the Thai Kings has some of the most splendid architecture across the whole of Asia. With artefacts originating from the far east adorning this palace, it stands in all grandeur. It is one of the very few locations across the globe that houses the Emerald Buddha.

The Similan Islands
With abundance in diving spots, the Similan Islands is a diver’s paradise. Surrounded by marine blue waters, the islands have found a spot in the top ten must-see destinations in the world as listed by the National Geographic. Bear witness to stunning underground scenery and explore the depths of the ocean on your visit here.

Phang Nga Bay
Popularly known as the James Bond Island after featuring in one of the Bond movies, Phang Nga Bay is one of the most picturesque places in Asia. Complete with gigantic caves, pearl beaches and limestone islands, Phang Nga Bay is a sight to behold.

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