Thailand has long been Southeast Asia’s most successful travel destination, but there is still plenty to offer your discerning customers. The beaches are some of the best in the world, the cuisine is nothing short of exceptional, and the northern mountains offer plenty to see and do. We know how to arrange trips that balance the perks of Vietnam with the strengths of Thailand
A city of over 10 million, Bangkok is teeming with things to do. One of the wonderful things about this city is that it is relatively safe, there’s a lot to see and the people are generally quite helpful.
Bangkok has a reputation for amazing nightlife, fuelled both by the world-class venues and the fun-loving revellers that fill them. New restaurants, bars, lounges and clubs are continually opening and trying to surpass each other.
Chiang Mai City is the capital of Chiang Mai province and the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand. It is often referred to as the Gateway to the North due to its proximity to the famed Golden Triangle and provides a great base to access great trekking and the surrounding lush, natural countryside. In certain central areas, the city still manages to maintain a funky, smaller town vibe, and is stuffed with great markets, friendly locals and tons of restaurants that will give your taste buds a serious workout.
Put on your beach-fun clothes and prepare to enjoy world-class paradise. After many visits to the area, we offer the following recommendations to make your time here the best. Enjoy
Located in the Andaman Sea off the southeast coast, Phuket is the largest island in Thailand. It is mostly mountainous with a mountain range on the west of the island from the north to the south. The name Phuket is apparently derived from the word Bukit in Malay which means hill, as this is what the island appears like from a distance. In centuries past, it was an important trading post on the eastern shore of the bay of Bengal, handling shipping and dealing with sailors from the Arab and Malay worlds, India, Burma, China and, of course, Siam. Phuket Town The bustling, administrative centre of Phuket is often overlooked in favour of the beaches, but there's a lot to see and do in Phuket City. Having been recently upgraded to city status, Phuket City features an exciting mix of old and new, simple and sophisticated, peaceful and pulsating. The activity in Phuket City is nearly around-the-clock. In the early morning, stoic monks take to the streets on their daily alms round and the fresh market buzzes with restaurant owners buying ingredients for the day's meals. Non-stop bustle characterizes the daytime, and lasts well into the evening. Nights are reserved for enjoying good company, whether at a restaurant, a disco, a quiet bar, or a combination of all three.