Khiri Travel’s kayak adventure around Phang-Nga Bay is one you’ll never forget, paddling along mud-colored tributaries thick with fertile mangrove forests, wildlife, and a backdrop of stunning karst formations.
Thailand has a number of impressive historical landmarks that have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, among them, the stunning 13th and 14th century ruins at Sukhothai Historical Park.
If you’re looking for an easy nature escape, only a few hours’ drive from Bangkok is Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park, famous for its hiking trails, multi-level waterfalls and limestone caves.
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.