An island ringed by sparkling waters, mangroves and serene white beaches, Koh Yao Yai has avoided becoming a busy beach resort, remaining instead, a peaceful untouched haven – ideal for a laid-back beach holiday.
Thais call these boats, “long tails” because of the long propeller shaft that extends from the large engine sitting at the stern of the boat. Long tails are an important mode of transport by locals all over the Andaman region.
While many visitors to Thailand head straight for Phuket’s beaches, there’s a wealth of history, culture and cuisine to be discovered in the quaint and colorful streets of Phuket Old Town.
Everyone knows just how tiresome and frustrating transfers can sometimes be, but by adding some interesting activities along the way, your transfer can become an adventure all of its own.
Naiharn is a new, elegant and contemporary 5-star resort on a hillside where guest rooms overlook the pristine beach and tranquil emerald water.
Island shopping or country hopping, no need to cross borders with our list of the best “undiscovered” island paradises of Thailand and Cambodia!
Thailand has a lot to offer visitors interested in European heritage in SE Asia. Kanchanaburi, Phuket and Chanthaburi all have hidden gems of history.
Hop a speedboat from Phuket to an island paradise with an elegant resort hotel, private beach, turquoise water and teeming coral reefs.
Despite never being colonized, there is European style architecture all over Thailand including Bangkok’s main train station and Thai “gingerbread houses.”
When we talk about Phuket, many people think about the beautiful beaches. Today, we are proud to present “a variety of food”. Yes, that is, Thai food!