When most people think of Southern Thailand, Krabi comes immediately to mind. Postcard-perfect photographs and that well-known James Bond movie tease the grand adventures that await for visitors. As I skimmed the epic blue waters by long-tail, circling its iconic limestone karst islands, I quickly understood why this province is one of the most popular…
Thailand offers a multi-sensory experience for visitors, proudly showcasing its ancient temples, delicious traditional Thai food and colourful history.
Getting to Thailand
Getting to Thailand is simple with Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok serving more than 50 airlines.
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When to Travel to Thailand
The best time to visit Thailand is over the festive season between November and February as the weather is the most pleasant. This also makes it the busiest time to visit Thailand
June to September is the wet season in Thailand, so expect showers and humidity.
Where to Stay in Thailand
There are 5 regions and 77 provinces in Thailand. Each region offers unique experiences for the visitor.
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We have travelled to the cultural heart of Northern Thailand, sharing the best things to do in Chiang Mai and what to see in Chiang Rai as well as visiting modest Thai tribal villages in the mountains.
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When you make your way south from Bangkok you’ll find yourself on a tiny strip of land called the Kra Isthmus. This narrow strip is dotted with off-the-beaten-path treasures which make up many of Thailand’s Southern Provinces. Ranong is among them. This peaceful port city is a popular stopover spot for visitors travelling from Ranong…
There is a little sliver of land that lives between the Gulf of Thailand and the Indian Ocean, and connects Thailand to Malaysia. Dotted with incredible destinations on both coasts, this very special part of the world called the Kra Isthmus on the Malay Peninsula. The Southern Thai provinces populating this peninsula include places rich…
Like night and day, the Anantara hotel Chiang Mai and the Anantara Golden Triangle in Chiang Rai have personalities all their own. It felt like I had left the lush, green jungle and stepped into the pages on a glossy magazine; into a beautifully polished postcard of a city, at Anantara Chiang Mai. Pat Bailey Luxury…
Impeccably modern and perfectly situated in the heart of Chiang Mai along the Mae Ping River is the X2 Chiang Mai Riverside Resort. This five-star, luxury Chiang Mai hotel offers the perfect quiet oasis while exploring Northern Thailand. The Lanna red brick facade sets the stage for the simple elegance within, and this red brick is the…
Chiang Rai is a quiet poem in the middle of the book. The oldest city of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, it holds many beautiful secrets for you to discover. Not far from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, and a sister to Chiang Mai, this beautiful Northern region of Thailand is filled to the brim with diverse…
Natai Beach Phuket is so beautiful it could easily stand alone as a reason to visit this part of the island, but acting as a backdrop to Akyra Beach Club makes it even dreamier. The five-star property is a jewel on Natai beach, seamlessly complimentary to its surroundings. Slipping into the heavenly setting felt like a…
Bangkok is like no place I’ve ever been, it is a big city in the “land of a thousand smiles,” and one of the most prosperous places I’ve visited. It is rich with sights, smells, and tastes that will take your breath away. You could easily spend weeks in this city getting to know each…
I think it was easy for me to fall in-love with Thailand, both as a Bhakti yogi and as a writer. Never has a place felt more intentional or more symbolic for me than Thailand. The synchronicity of being invited to return to Bangkok just a month after my first visit was not lost on me. There…