is fast becoming one of the most popular travel destinations
in the world with travellers from all over the world coming
to appreciate its breathtaking scenery, stunning waters and
in stark contrast, the vibrant atmosphere of Thailand's larger
cities such as Bangkok.
are 26 provinces that make up central and Eastern Thailand
and Bangkok, often known as the 'heartland' of the country
is just one of them.
The central region of Thailand has a complex and fascinating
history and numerous attractions commemorating this such as
ancient temples, battlefields and ruins continue to draw tourists
from all over the world. The southern coast of Thailand is
also popular with holidaymakers and locals alike wanting to
soak up the tropical atmosphere and sunshine.
is home to some of the finest beaches and islands in the world,
surrounded by crystal clear water and stunning coral, it is
because of this that Thailand is attracting a growing number
of divers from all over the world every year.
The sea visibility in some places of Thailand is nothing short
of incredible and is arguably far better than anywhere else
in the world. Just some of the offerings that lie beneath
the water are undersea rock formations, coral gardens, whale
sharks and even sunken battleships.
popular pastimes to enjoy in Thailand include luxurious spas,
these can be found in all of the major tourist destinations
such as Ko Samui and Phuket and they offer world-class service
at very reasonable rates.
Golf has also become a growing industry in Thailand and the
country currently welcomes an average of 400,000 foreign golfers
every year. Thailand boasts more than two hundred courses
many of which have been designed by some of the biggest names
in the golfing world such as Nick Faldo and Greg Norman.
the northern regions of Thailand you can find miles of beautiful
forests, stunning waterfalls and ancient caves in addition
to numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks which
create a completely different yet equally amazing experience
to the sandy beaches and blue waters.
yet more contrast to the serenity and beauty of the beaches
and forests of Thailand's rural regions are some of the larger
cities, such as one of Thailand's two capital cities, Bangkok.
The city of Bangkok offers holidaymakers yet another experience
with its bright lights and electric atmosphere. The city is
home to endless shops, restaurants, theatres and museums meaning
that Thailand really does have something for everyone.
to Thailand from £479 return (including taxes).