Khong Chiam, the eastern-most town in Thailand, is a highlight of the Isaan region lying on the Mekong River, where visitors will find a beautiful wild terrain of mountains, forest and Mekong River life.
For visitors to Sukhothai Province, Si Satchanalai Historical Park offers a fascinating insight into Thailand’s past, with ruins dating back to the 13th century when the Khmer Empire ruled over the Sukhothai region.
Once a quiet riverside town off the well-trodden tourist trail, Chiang Khan has in recent years become a popular destination for Thai tourists due to its picturesque rural setting and cultural heritage.
It’s Bangkok’s Hyde Park or Central Park. With an Asian twist.
If you prefer a peaceful, quiet, low-impact holiday, then Koh Mak, a small eco-friendly island in the Gulf of Thailand, has it all – without the tour buses, jet skis, banks, bars, 7-11s and noisy nightlife…