Trip Plan Details
- Chao Koh Phi Phi Lodge157 Moo7 T.Aonang, Muang, Krabirecommended Chao Koh Phi Phi LodgeEvery time we go to Phuket, we do the Phi Phi Island on the speed boats especially. It's a terrific day out.Recommended for:
- The Gibbon ExperienceBokeo Nature Preserve, Laosrecommended The Gibbon ExperienceThe ziplining adventure in the cloud forest of NW Lao's Bokeo Nature Preserve is a delight. Guided by local people (don't expect much in the way of English) you'll hike thru the forest heights, ... read morewherein you can clip in and sail across stretches of virgin jungle held in by just a climbing harness. Sleeping at night in a tree house on the edge of nowhere, and served tasty Lao food, there are few experiences in the country more memorable. Highly recommended, even if you'll likely never see those elusive gibbons.Matthew Crompton
Though many take "hill tribe" treks in Chiang Mai, these tend to be muddy and HIGHLY commercialized. Likewise, the ziplining at spots like Flight of the Gibbon are fine, but can't hold a candle to the trekking / ziplining / treehouse experience a day's journey away just across the border in Laos. If you have four spare days in your itinerary, I'd highly recommend this: it's one of Southeast Asia's most memorable experiences. Good luck! =)
- Wat Phrathat Doi SuthepTambon Suthep, Chiang Mai 50200 Thailandrecommended Wat Phrathat Doi SuthepTouristy as hell, this hilltop temple a 20-minute drive outside Chiang Mai is lovely nonetheless, with gorgeous gold decor. It's a working temple, so you'll see actual Thai people worshipping here, ... read moreand when it's clear there are great views out over Chiang Mai below, making for a nice day-trip out of the city.Matthew Crompton
Definitely take a day-trip to this nifty temple just outside the city. When you're done, cross another item off your list with an hour of Thai massage at Deep Relax Thai Massage on Ratchadamnoen Road back in the city.
- Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Market187/2 Moo 9, Ban Dong Khi Lek, Chiang Mai Thailandrecommended Chiang Mai Sunday Walking MarketSomething so awesome that even recommending it borders on painfully obvious, the Sunday walking market in the old town of Chiang Mai is simply a delight. With an embarrassment of delicious food ... read more(including 5 baht sushi rolls!), cool locate handicrafts, musicians, and a street-party atmosphere, it's a true highlight of a visit to Chiang Mai, great for grazing, shopping, photography, or just an aimless wander. Try to time your visit such that you're able to take it in.Matthew Crompton
I LOVE this market, for atmosphere, shopping, people-watching and awesome food. Be in Chiang Mai on a Sunday.
recommended Chiang MaiThailand's second city, the northern hub of Chiang Mai may be as touristy as can be, but it's also an atmospheric place with tons of excellent food and good-value guesthouses, and the best party scene ... read morenorth of Bangkok. You can wander the wats, get a Thai massage, chow down on some green curry, take in the Sunday walking market, and then head into the surrounding mountains for a hill-tribe trek.Matthew Crompton
We may not get to ten, but I'll give you some of my favorite things about the town. =)recommended Chiang MaiIf you like nature and hiking, this is the place for you. During the winter months (in the US), it's hot still in Chiang Mai but not as bad as in Bangkok. It can actually be perfect weather in Chiang ... read moreMai because it's up north. I studied here for a bit and loved how many waterfalls were nearby and I was close to the mall and a lot of hiking trails. The night bazaar is only a few miles away. Everything was fairly close that I rented a motorcycle. :D Nature is around you... hence, wear a LOT of deet. It's still hot and lots of mosquitoes. Also wear sunscreen! Nature Lovers!Recommended for:Laura S
They have a lot of elephant farms up there... but be careful... it's kinda sad to see some of the elephants because they are chained down :/recommended Chiang MaiA much calmer, more scenic alternative to the crowded chaos of Bangkok, Chiang Mai is a beautiful, walkable city in Thailand's northern hills. While certainly a modern city in many ways, Chiang Mai ... read morealso has tangible influence from indigenous hill tribes and Hmong cultures. With an enormous night market and easy access to terrific jungle treks, Chiang Mai was a major highlight of my time in Southeast Asia.recommended Chiang MaiI think this is one of the more overrated places in Thailand. Very touristy. Sure, you can ride an elephant, but there are other places to do that. Much better (in my mind) to blow through Chiang Mai ... read moreand get out to one of the smaller towns outsite like Chiang Rai.Recommended for:Backpackers
- Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden TriangleP.O. Box 18, Chiang Saen Post Office, Chiang Rai 57150, Thailandrecommended Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden TriangleEven though it costs a fortune, I find it worthwhile as the total experience was unforgettable. It is a must do in a life time kinda experience. The interaction with the elephants were extra ordinary ... read moreand the experience riding an elephant was worth paying. The spa was wonderful too as you would feel so close to nature - being surrounded by greeneries -- while enjoying the treatment.Recommended for:Yanti
If you find this is too pricey, try Anantara Chiang Rai. It also offers an elephant ride (you need to be trained how to be a mahout n ride the elephant before you actually ride them - no saddle).
- Maesa Elephant Camp119/9 Tapae Road, Muang District, Chiang Mai, 50100, Thailandrecommended Maesa Elephant CampRecommended for:Kareem Yasin
The elephant camp here is a great place to see the elephants bathing, go on an elephant ride, and watch them perform tricks (they have a little stadium and, if I recall correctly, a few shows a day). I'm not sure how I felt about them doing tricks, but the elephants seem to be treated very well here.recommended Maesa Elephant CampAwesome Experience! You can't go to Chiang Mai and not visit an elephant camp!! We took a nice elephant ride through the mountain area. The elephant seemed to be treated quite well and happy. Our ... read moreelephant even posed for the camera, it was so cute! After the ride, they gather us into an outdoor area where the elephants come out to do their tricks. They juggled, spun hoops with the trunk, played soccer and the most intriguing thing they did was paint. I didn't realize how intelligent elephants were. If you are interested in seeing a fantastic elephant camp on Chiang Mai area, this is the one to go to. I ended up here because I heard great things about it and the rumor was correct.Recommended for:travel33
Loved it!!!! Check out my pictures too!
- Hotel Ibis Patong Phuket10 Chalermphrakiat Road, Kathu District, Patong, Phuket 83150, Thailand
recommended Phuket IslandThailand's Number 1 destination, Phuket, has something to offer for everyone whether you're with a young family, stag party, honeymoon or want a spa retreat...sure there may be better places in Asia ... read morefor each segment of the market but there's no place that offers everything in the one destination. For partying and shopping then Bangla and Beach Roads in Patong are renowned all around Asia as being a hive of activity. Checkout the Patong Merlin, Holiday Inn or Novotel if you are looking for a good-value 4* stay. If you want proximity to Patong without being in the centre of things, then stay at Karon Beach instead, its 10 mins to Patong and there's nice larger style resorts such as the Moevenpick or Centara Grand. For families I prefer the quieter Laguna area, 30 mins north of Patong, which has a nice stretch of white sandy beach at Bang Tao Bay, which is sometimes a bit rough but has nice beachfront restaurants along it. Stay at the family friendly Angsana Resort or Laguna Beach Resort. Honeymooners should head for Surin Beach where there is a luxurious array of resorts, such as The Surin and those looking for some peace and quiet should make their way down to Panwa or Rawai in the island's south to the Cape Panwa Resort or Radisson Blue Resort.Recommended for:Chris Evans
Head for Bangla or Beach Road in Patong...most nightlife on the island is focused around these streets.
- Patong BeachPatong Beach, Phuket 83150 Thailandrecommended Patong BeachPatong's Bangla Road is one part cabaret, one part circus and all around big time debauchery. The go-go bars, massage parlors, discos, cover bands, bar girls and ladyboys will make your head spin so ... read morefast you'll think you got hit with a roundhouse kick from a Muay Thai fighter. The roads around this area close when the sun goes down and the nightlife doesn't let up till the sun comes back up again.Baxter Jackson
There'll be a party down on Bangla Road fo'sho'!
- Maetaman Elephant Camp, Chang Mai, Thailand535 Moo 1 T.Rimtai A.Maerim Chiang mai Thailand 50180
- Pinnawala Elephant OrphanagePinnawala, Sri Lankarecommended Pinnawala Elephant OrphanageRecommended for:
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- The Platinum Fashion Mallเลขที่ 222/1394 อาคาร เดอะแพลทินัม แฟชั่นมอลล์ ถ.เพชรบุรี แขวงถนนเพชรบุรี เขตราชเทวี กทม. 10400, Thailandrecommended The Platinum Fashion Malli suggest if u goin to bangkok..stay along the Pechaburi road.alots of hotel neaby,suggest one is Novotel hotel.it's very startegic place if u looking for shopping mall neaby.the biggest mall neaby is ... read morePlatinum mall where theysell alots of clothes, Paladum shopping quite new,nearby Pratunam market.it's not far just 15 minute by taxi goin to siam paragon and nearby shopping mall..at night suggest u go to live band at hard rock cafe bangkok(opposite siam paragon mall)..it's really amazing even the waitress can sing very well.most of the band is fillipino band.amazing thailand. i just came back fr bangkok last week.short trip only, will come to bangkok again in few mth...:)Recommended for:
recommended Sra MorakotRecommended for:Boomy Barbie
"Sra" means pool. "Morakot" means emerald. Sra Morakot has emorald color water. It located in Krabi, Thailand. It looklike pool but nature pool. There are many waterfall levels. i'm very happy to went there. And think to visited there again in one day.
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- JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa231 Moo 3, Phuket, 83110, Mai Khao, Phuket 83110, Thailandrecommended JW Marriott Phuket Resort & SpaWe were here for 6 days in 2009. The concierge hooked us up with a driver and guide for a day. He was very helpful and took us to a local restaurant by the sea where we could pick out the seafood we ... read morewanted and the restaurant cooked it for us. The picnic tables were right next to the sea. It is really inexpensive to get a car and driver for the day.Recommended for:
- Papillon Resort1 & 2 Chaweng Beach Road | Suratthani, Koh Samui 84320, Thailandrecommended Papillon ResortI stayed at this resort for about 5 days, and it was heaven. The bungalows are scattered throughout the resort on a multi-tiered hill, with trees and gardens woven between each bungalow, allowing you ... read morea great deal of privacy. Their restaurant is French-Thai fusion, and open from 7am till 10:30pm (you can eat breakfast all day, which is fantastic because the fruits served are amazing). Papillon has a nice pool, though I would recommend hanging out on their lounge chairs at the beach instead, which is right at the base of the resort. My favorite part about this place is the spa - get an oil massage outside while listening to the crashing waves a hundred feet away. Like I said: heaven.
- Siam NiramitHuai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailandrecommended Siam NiramitWe enjoyed the show and dinner at the Siam Niramit. It gave us an idea of Thailand's culture, traditions and it even show cased live dance performances. Don't forget to take pictures with the baby ... read moreelephants :-)Recommended for:jōÿcèé13
If you are interested on Thai culture & local traditions you may want to book for this tour including show & dinner at Siam Niramit.
recommended Koh ChangKoh Chang is a gorgeous alternative to the more heavily-touristed islands off the coast of southern Thailand. I loved it here during the week (it gets crowded on weekends). The island offers some ... read morespectacular snorkeling opportunities. While on land, we also had a huge beach to ourselves. Not too far out of the way if you're going from Bangkok to Phnom Penh or vise versa.Recommended for:
- Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi ThailandKanchanaburi, Thailandrecommended Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi ThailandYou may get "templed out" after a few weeks in Southeast Asia, but don't skip this one on account of religious fatigue. This Buddhist temple outside Kanchanaburi is now known as the Tiger Temple after ... read moremonks began adopting tiger cubs orphaned by poachers. Without their mothers to look after them, tiger cubs have little chance of survival. So this temple took them in and has raised them to live among the monks. To keep them as serene as their human housemates, the tigers are brought to a field to get their exercise every day, and tourists can visit and pet the tigers. (There are a few sketchy reports out there about the tigers being sedated, but nothing has been confirmed as far as I know, just do your own research.) It sounds scary, I know, but the tigers are very used to people and paid me absolutely no attention as I ran my fingers through their fur coats. It's pricey by Thai standards, but worth it. Where else can you do this?Recommended for:
recommended PaiIf you're going to Chiang Mai, which you should, it's worth a few more hours to get to Pai. Tucked way up in the misty hills of Northern Thailand, this small town is a natural fit for the backpackers ... read morethat make it their temporary home. This makes Pai an ideal place to organize some incredible multi-day hikes through the jungles and see how indigenous cultures live in the hills.Recommended for:
- Wat Suan DokOn Suthep Road, Suthep 50200 Thailandrecommended Wat Suan DokThis place organizes free Bhuddist meditation retreats outside Chiang Mai. Even if that's not your scene typically, it's a great way to experience how a chunk of the Thai population lives. You'll wake ... read moreup really early for meditation, but you also get to spend 24 hours in baggy white clothes/pajamas that the temple provides, eat simple but free meals, and learn a lot about serenity beyond the stereotypical lotus position.Recommended for:Spiritual Seekers
recommended AngkorThe most spectacular single set of temples in Asia, and possibly the world, the monuments of Angkor -- a medieval civilization that reached its peak in the 11th century -- must be seen to be believed. ... read moreWhile guidebooks often spuriously claim that a particular site requires "two full days" to appreciate, Angkor fully lives up to that assertion: one day is simply not enough. Everyone will have their own personal favorites, but even an hour lost in a masterpiece like Preah Khan or Banteay Srey will make you abundantly grateful to have been born with functioning eyeballs. One of the absolute highlights of travel anywhere, and not to be missed.Recommended for:Matthew Crompton
Looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience? Spend two days exploring Angkor, a day's travel from Bangkok across the border in northern Cambodia. This is the single finest collection of ancient temples in the world. Miss it at your peril.
recommended Big Buddha BeachThis gorgeous beach is away from all the hustle and bustle and offers a stunning view of one of the largest golden Buddha statues in Thailand. If your looking for a low key experience then look for a ... read moreplace to stay on this beach. This has always been my secret hide-away on Koh Samui ;-)Recommended for:Margaret Seelie
I always go back to this beach when I visit ;)
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Places to see should include River Kwai about 1-2 hours drive from Bangkok,do a guided tour of Grand Palace in Bangkok so you are made aware of what it is about.there are many temples etc in every area for resort locations maybe NOT so much Phuket or Pataya ,should maybe go to Koh Phi Phi ,Koh Samui ,enjoy the people they are what make Thailand a great place to go.Shopping is good but is best away a little from city centre bartering is the norm .Try to learn a few words of Thai is always a good thing.Food wise anything goes but maybe be cautious where you buy it is cheap enough almost everywhere.
recommended KrabiKrabi has some of the most beautiful beaches in southern Thailand, with limestone cliffs jutting out of turquoise water. You can come hear for rock climbing, kayaking, or general chilling out. It is ... read morenot off the beaten track - plenty of tourists come here. But the scenery is amazing!
- Patpong Night MarketPatpong Road, Bang rak 10500 Thailandrecommended Patpong Night MarketThe Night Market is GREAT! Always bargain.. of course, you can bargain a good deal. They are huge and have tons of souvenirs and fakes! LOTS OF FAKES! :P Don't do it. The guys soliciting you to come ... read moreinto their sex shops and sex clubs are not. But you do get to see a side of the sex industry that is talked about and stereotyped. Yes, there is a row of women on a street. So you see THAT side of it... I dont recommend being part of it tho. Every guy who goes to the night market will be solicited by promoters to come see the sex show. So ladies... hold onto your men because it's annoying. Ignore and keep walking :P Overall... to experience the night market is great but this shows you the other side of the sex industry that has been talked about. When I come to Thailand, I rarely come here because I know the area but they do have good steals there. But rarely. It's just not a clean place. But the market is good.Recommended for:
- Temple of the Emerald BuddhaNa Phralan Road, Bangkok 10200 Thailandrecommended Temple of the Emerald BuddhaHot as heck here... Even inside where the Buddha is... It's pretty and you can "wai" (pray) and get your fortune read with the fortune sticks. Have your tour guide tell you how to do that... I'm Thai. ... read moreI just know. Here are the rules of the temple (all of it, not just where the Buddha is)... You CANNOT show leg... wear pants. I know it's hot. But do it. Or at least a long skirt ladies. No knees. They have clothes for you to rent in the front if you forget. I say, bring a long dress wrap and use it as a dress to cover up. Also... NO shoulders. So no tank tops. Must have sleeves. Remove your shoes before entering. Donate some baht to the cause. Don't ever point your feet towards the Buddha. Overall... it's a major tourist attraction that's beautiful.Recommended for:Laura S
- MBK Shopping Center444 Thanon Phaya Thai, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10400, Thailandrecommended MBK Shopping CenterMBK is HUGE. If you're a shopper like me... this is great... but if you have OCD... you will HATE this place. It's not organized... the stores are, but the areas because it's SO huge. Each floor has a ... read moredifferent department. Electronics, clothes, shoes, men, women, toys, food, etc. They have TONS of floors. Elevators and escalators are key. The only problem is... you find something and buy it. If you want to return it... that's a problem. You NEED to remember WHERE the store is and how to get there and WHO sold it to you. Or else, you won't get a refund. There are tons of food options. So I love that about MBK. Buy food coupons and then use those to buy food. Then if you have extra, return it for your baht. Can get really crowded. Be careful of pick pockets. ALWAYS bargain with a independent shop.Recommended for:Laura S
just for shopping purposes
- Golden MountBoriphat Road & Lan Luand Road Intersection, Bang bat 10100 Thailandrecommended Golden MountNot being a huge connoisseur of Thai Buddhist temples, I can't remark on the substance of this place, but I can say its location is fantastic. Bangkok is a pretty flat city, so to be able climb up the ... read moreonly hill for miles around, and have a lovely temple on top from which to admire the view...it's pretty great.Zora O'Neill
An excuse for taking the crazy canal boat in Bangkok--it's near the west end of the line.
- Nahm27 Sathon Tai Sathon, Bangkok 10500 Thailandrecommended NahmChef David Thompson is probably the most Thai-food-obsessed non-Thai in the world. His restaurant in Bangkok got serious flack when it opened, because he's a foreigner, but he has done extraordinary ... read morework in reviving lost recipes and techniques. A meal here is served Thai-style, with everything on the table at once, so it's easy to get overwhelmed. Just pace yourself and spend some time focusing on each dish. You'll be astounded by the things you taste.Zora O'Neill
If you're up for a spendy but intensely Thai meal... (I admit, though, it took me till my second visit to get around to going here--there's so much else to eat in Thailand that this might not quite rate as a 'must'--but if you're especially interested in Thai food, then it's more of an education.)
- Soul Food Mahanakorn56/10 Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thong Lor), Thailandrecommended Soul Food MahanakornTotally hip little Thai restaurant--the first of its kind (surprisingly) in Bangkok, with both really authentic Thai food and a very chill vibe. (Usually restaurants in BKK have either good food or ... read moregood atmosphere--not both!) Good strong cocktails and old soul music on the sound system. Thai movie stars come here all the time!
recommended Saen Saep ExpressGet on fast, and hold on tight: this is the fastest you'll go for 60 cents. This boat runs along Khlong Saen Saep, which is handy for transport, sure...but it's fun for the ride alone. The boat speeds ... read morealong the canal so fast that water splashes up--so stay back from the spray, and pull up the vinyl guard if you need to. The boat also goes under a few bridges--don't be caught off guard when the whole shade structure folds down to slide underneath. Oh, and it only _barely_ comes to a stop at each dock, so be ready to leap off. Like an amusement park ride...except no lines...and you really don't want to get wet.Zora O'Neill
Definitely once-in-a-lifetime, and very particular to Bangkok--craziest transport ever!
- Atlanta Hotel78 Soi 2 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailandrecommended Atlanta HotelI have a thing for time-warp hotels with slightly cranky management. If you don't, obviously skip this review and move on. The Atlanta is so spectacular, I basically planned a whole second trip to ... read moreBangkok around staying there. It opened in the 1950s, and has barely changed a bit. In fact, its stellar lobby with Louis Armstrong tunes piped in seems even older. The rooms are pretty basic (some have balconies), and housekeeping can be erratic. But on the plus side, there's a lovely pool, incredibly kindly staff in the very good restaurant and a general feeling that you belong to a club if you really mesh with the Atlanta mindset. (Do you know the word "catamite"? FYI, they, and other sex-tourism-related things, are not welcome here. This might give you a sense of what they're going for...)Zora O'Neill
I've been to Thailand three times now, and I've barely made it out of Bangkok--it's such a tremendous city! And this hotel is one of the main reasons I love going there.
- Thai Elephant HomeKeudchang Maetang. Chiang Mai. Thailand. 50150recommended Thai Elephant HomeJoe, the owner of this elephant camp, is clearly passionate about sustainable eco-tourism, and it's obvious that he loves his elephants. This camp is small, with only 6-8 elephants, but that means ... read morethat you, as a tourist/visitor, will be able to interact with them closely. I’d recommend spending at least one night here. Joe will teach you to cook sticky rice in banana leaf, and you’ll love spending the night in the mountains, hanging out with the other mahouts and playing with Joe’s adorable 2-year-old son. It’s a very family-oriented place—perfect for families, couples and friends alike. My favorite part is when the elephants are taken to a black-mud spot in the mountains. Be prepared for a mud fight!
- KanchanaburiKanchanaburi Province, Ban Huai Krachao 71170 Thailandrecommended KanchanaburiMost people do a day-trip to this small town, organized through a tourist agency from Bangkok, but you'd save a lot more money and have a lot more fun if you stayed overnight and organized your own ... read moretransportation there. From the South Bus Station, you can get a bus for around $10 USD. It takes about 2 hrs to get there. A decent bungalow/guesthouse along the famous River Kwai can cost as little as $3 USD a night. Spend a day hiking the up the seven tiers of the Erawan Waterfalls. It's gorgeous! And if you have time, walk across the Thai-Burma Railway.
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2 weeks, split up how in Thailand? The answer to this question determines what your 'must sees' are. In Bankok, I'd at least check out the 3 places I mentioned in the Wat Arun recommendation. If you're there for longer than 2 or 3 days, I'd check out Gold Mount as well, and Chatuchak Market if you're around on the weekend. If you're there for a week, then I'd also check out a night bazaar, Siam Square, and club scene in the newer parts of town (or at least what I think of as newer). You might also want to check out the cultural center, as they sometimes have great performances and rain dogs (a bar in the middle of no where, which sometimes hosts local art).
- Wat Arun34 Arun Amarin Road, Arun Ammarin 10600 Thailandrecommended Wat ArunOne of the cooler historical sites in Bangkok. The entire complex is quite large, with the entire main building completely scalable.Recommended for:History BuffsMichael Nolan
One of my favorites. This, the grand palace, and Wat Pho should be the three 'must' places to visit in Bangkok for cultural/sightseeing.
recommended Ayutthaya and the Central PlainsWhy Ayuthaya, Thailand's Angkor Watt, isn't really on the 'must do' list of every single traveler who passes through Bangkok (just an hour and a half away) is beyond me. The ruins, stupas and giant ... read morestatues of Buddha are quite simply amazing. It's no wonder UNESCO declared it a world heritage sight. As this once ancient capital of Thailand is actually on an island, boat tours are available for those who can't be bothered to bike around the attractions which is another popular way of visiting the ruins. Not to be missed!Recommended for:
- Calypso CabaretAsiatique (Warehouse no.3), 2194 Charoenkrung 72-76 Road, , Bangkok 10120 Thailandrecommended Calypso CabaretI'm not normally a big fan of transexuals lip synching pop songs but the Calypso Cabaret does it with a sense of humor, style and panache that is absolutely entertaining. After the show, there's a ... read moremeet and greet session where photographs are highly encouraged. Seeing as how the ladyboys are uniquely accepted in Thai society, this show is a safe and fun way to get a glimpse into the life of the 'third sex.'
- Camping Maya BayKo Phi Phi Lee, Thailandrecommended Camping Maya BayIf you're looking for traces of Di Caprio (and who isn't?), Maya Bay is the place you've been dreaming of. That sense of deja vu you'll experience with the sugary, white sand between your toes and the ... read moreaquamarine waters stretched to the horizon is actually real. You've been here before only it was as a voyeur in the instant-classic backpacker film 'The Beach.' This time, however, is different. You're not looking at a screensaver anymore, you're IN the screensaver and yet you still can't believe places this breathtaking actually exist, even when you're physically there.Recommended for:
- Wat Tham SueaKrabi Noi, Mueang Krabi, Krabi 81000, Thailand
- Phra Nang BeachPhra Nang Peninsula, Krabi Thailand
- Modern fashion222/92 M 2 Hnongpere Banglamung, Pattaya, Thailand
- P72 Hotel Walking Street Pattaya412 m.10 WalkingStreet South Pattaya Thailand, Nongpred Banglamung, Pattaya, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
- Ancient CityThai Ban Mai, Mueang Samut Prakan, Samut Prakan, Thailand
- ChinatownYaowarat Road, Chakkaphat 10110 Thailand
- Chatuchak Weekend MarketChatuchak, Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand
- The Grand PalaceThanon Na Phra Lan, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Thailand
- Flight of the Gibbon: Treetop Adventure112, Chiang Mai, 20250, Thailand
- Wat Chedi LuangPhrapokklao Road within the Old City, Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand
- Elephant Nature Park1 Ratmakka Soi 1, Bang pu Mai 50200 Thailand
- Night BazaarChang Moi, Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand
- Pattara Elephant Farm299/22 Siwalee Rachapreuk MaeHea, Chiangmai, Thailand