While you may only be spending a few days in Bangkok, take time out to discover this sprawling Thai capital’s rich cultural heritage with Khiri Travel’s tour to ancient teak palaces, mansions and fascinating museums.
A conservation project in Kanchanaburi Province is not just returning commercial land to its wild state, it is the last wildlife corridor for animals to pass between the Salakphra Wildlife Sanctuary and the Kwae Yai River, writes Koen Olie.
From abundant wildlife and stunning mountain scenery to thrilling hikes and captivating boat rides, Khao Sok National Park is an adventure haven that is a great destination for thrill-seeking families.
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…
For years, Khiri Travel Myanmar has been a pioneer in developing new and exciting routes and experiences that can often be turned into unique cross-border adventures to other parts of the region.
In recent years, new efforts have been made to preserve Bangkok’s crumbling architecture, with sites like Warehouse 30 and Lhong 1919 meticulously restored to fulfil new and exciting functions.