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Beyond Phuket

Thailand is a diverse country with stunning beaches and islands in the south, jungle-covered mountains in the north, and fertile plains in the central region. In this section we have included some information on the kingdom's main cities and popular tourist areas beyond Phuket.

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  • Ao Nang Beach

    Ao Nang & Railay

    Also referred to in Thai as Ao Phra Nang, this bay is fringed by palms, limestone mountains and cliffs. The main beach is also... read more

    Ao Nang & Railay

    Also referred to in Thai as Ao Phra Nang, this bay is fringed by palms, limestone mountains and cliffs. The main beach is also called Ao Nang beach, which is has a wide range of accommodation including resorts, bungalows and guesthouses. Further to the south... read more

  • Bangkok Grand Palace

    Bangkok

    As the capital of Thailand, Bangkok serves as major economic and financial hub for the kingdom. Considered the prime travel and... read more

    Bangkok

    As the capital of Thailand, Bangkok serves as major economic and financial hub for the kingdom. Considered the prime travel and business gateway for the entire Southeast Asia region, Bangkok has shown considerable development and expansion over the years. The... read more

  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai

    Considered Thailand’s ‘second city’, Chiang Mai (also spelt Chieng Mai), the unofficial capital of Northern... read more

    Chiang Mai

    Considered Thailand’s ‘second city’, Chiang Mai (also spelt Chieng Mai), the unofficial capital of Northern Thailand, maintains its reputation as the ultimate city destination for travelers seeking cultural, historical, and natural beauty.... read more

  • Hat Yai

    Hat Yai

    Hat Yai (also spelt Haad Yai) is one of the most active and diverse destinations of the Thai-Malay peninsular region. With more... read more

    Hat Yai

    Hat Yai (also spelt Haad Yai) is one of the most active and diverse destinations of the Thai-Malay peninsular region. With more than 150,000 residents living in its central municipality and a greater urban reach rapidly approaching 800,000, it’s hard to... read more

  • Hua Hin

    Hua Hin

    About 200 kilometers south of Bangkok, along the Chalerm Prakiat Rama II highway, is one of Thailand’s most popular, yet... read more

    Hua Hin

    About 200 kilometers south of Bangkok, along the Chalerm Prakiat Rama II highway, is one of Thailand’s most popular, yet clean and sustainable seaside destinations. For more than seven decades, the kingdom’s original beach resort destination, Hua... read more

  • Khao Lak

    Khao Lak

    Khao Lak is part of the Khao Lak – Lam Ru National Park in Phang Nga Province. A lovely stretch of sand studded with... read more

    Khao Lak

    Khao Lak is part of the Khao Lak – Lam Ru National Park in Phang Nga Province. A lovely stretch of sand studded with boulders facing the Andaman Sea, Khao Lak is about 1 hours drive north from Phuket. The area was declared a national park in 1991 and... read more

  • Klong Muang Beach

    Klong Muang

    Klong Muang is located in Krabi Province, not far from the busy resort area of Ao Nang. This area has only recently appeared on... read more

    Klong Muang

    Klong Muang is located in Krabi Province, not far from the busy resort area of Ao Nang. This area has only recently appeared on the tourist map and has instantly become the location of choice for the area’s most luxurious hotels. The beautiful beach is... read more

  • Koh Samui

    Koh Samui

    About 30 kilometers off of Thailand’s Isthmus of Kra eastern coast (35 kilometers Northeast of the coastal provincial... read more

    Koh Samui

    About 30 kilometers off of Thailand’s Isthmus of Kra eastern coast (35 kilometers Northeast of the coastal provincial capital, Surathani city) in the gulf of Thailand is Koh Samui, one of the kingdom’s prime leisure tourism spots – an... read more

  • Krabi Town

    Krabi Town

    The provincial center of Krabi province, Muang Krabi, or as it is widely referred, Krabi Town, is no longer the quiet little town... read more

    Krabi Town

    The provincial center of Krabi province, Muang Krabi, or as it is widely referred, Krabi Town, is no longer the quiet little town that travelers of the late 20th century once described. With a wide array of accommodations, international and local range of... read more

  • Pattaya

    Pattaya

    Located approximately 160 kilometers Southeast of Bangkok, on the Gulf of Thailand’s eastern seaboard, is Thailand’s... read more

    Pattaya

    Located approximately 160 kilometers Southeast of Bangkok, on the Gulf of Thailand’s eastern seaboard, is Thailand’s largest, if not most popular center of tourism. Pattaya is a bustling, cosmopolitan city with more than 100,000 registered... read more

  • Trang

    Trang

    For those seeking endless stretches (120 km to be precise) of spectacular rocky coasts lining the emerald Andaman expanse with... read more

    Trang

    For those seeking endless stretches (120 km to be precise) of spectacular rocky coasts lining the emerald Andaman expanse with white sandy beaches – a province complete with the natural delight of undeveloped islands, national parks, tropical rain... read more