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The Thai capital for more than two centuries has succeeded in preserving monuments to its traditional Oriental splendor while developing as a modern metropolis at the same time. It is still a city of temples and palaces, of golden spires and orange tiered roofs, of saffron-robed monks and serene Buddha images.

Bangkok retains its own special essence, which will allow your clients to discover something truly different while enjoying all modern conveniences.

Cruising along Chao Phraya River

Waterways have been the arteries of transport in Thailand for centuries. There are several piers along the river that will enable your clients to hop on and take a stroll around the historical areas of Bangkok and visit some of Thailand’s golden treasures.

On both sides of the legendary Chao Phraya River are some of Bangkok’s most magnificent attractions. Visitors can admire these wonderful landmarks, like the compound of Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, as well as churches, mosques, and royal residences, by taking cruises along the river.

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Ayutthaya, ancient capital of Siam

Set in the heart of the Central Plains that extends north from Bangkok is Ayutthaya. Easily visited on a day excursion from Bangkok, either by road or, more interestingly, by the Chao Phraya River. 

The glorious remnants of the 417-year-old royal capital at the Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, show treasures that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.  

Along with Sukhothai Historical Park, Ayutthaya Historical Park is a popular option to spend some family time cycling, or riding an elephant, breathing in the fresh air while closely inspecting the structures, admiring the Thai architecture, and learning about the history of the places. Cycling around the parks is perfect for those who like to cycle alone or in small groups at a leisurely pace.
Your clients can explore the making of handicrafts and demonstrations of the manufacture of local products at the Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts Center, founded by H.M. the Queen in Ayutthaya Province. They can also stroll through the Ayutthaya Floating Market for some souvenirs, handicrafts, shirts, silk, and of course, freshly-cooked local delicacies.

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Krabi's idyllic settings with a touch of adrenaline

For many, Krabi is the most beautiful province along the Andaman coast in the south of Thailand. 

This province boasts countless islands and beaches such as Hat Noppharat Thara-Muko Phi Phi National Park, Ao Nang, and Muko Lanta National Park. Krabi is the kind of place where clichés like idyllic and pristine take on fresh meaning. The beaches display soft, fine white sand, warm clear water, and lush tropical greenery spilling onto the shore. 

Krabi is a destination for extreme sports in which your clients can get their heart pumping by climbing the limestone cliffs with the emerald-colored sea as the background at Rai Le Beach. Rock-climbing shops offer lessons for those less skilled. Other alternatives include parts of the MuKo Phi Phi National Park.

If your clients' plans experience sudden changes, they can discover some of the most famous local handicraft products from the Krabi region, the Miniature Hua Thong Boats.

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Nestled in the heart of southeast Asia, Thailand is a land of immense variety with a rich cultural heritage, world-renowned gastronomy, warm and welcoming local community, and landscapes of great natural beauty.

From the well preserved historical ruins of ancient cities to the excitement of vibrant modern Bangkok; from the lush forested mountains of the north to the white sandy beaches and tropical islands of the south, from sporting activities to fun-filled entertainment, the Kingdom of Thailand offers a plethora of unique experiences.

Whatever your client's preference is, from exploring jungle trails, marveling at the treasures of the past, enjoying soft adventure tours, or simply relaxing under the sun in a tropical beach, in Thailand they will find everything for the vacation of their dreams.

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Your clients can escape the Bangkok heat at Siam Park City, a location that combines an amusement park and water park in one. In case of bad weather, a good alternative is to visit the Batcat Museum and Toys, which includes a collection of 5,000 Batman items as well as models of cars from Fast and Furious and James Bond.
Your clients can feast their eyes in the 2,000-seat theater Siam Niramit. Extravagant performances, fabulous costumes, and skillful dancers will take them throughout the history of Thailand with a fantastic show. 

For many, Bangkok is a shopper’s heaven.  Some shopping options include Central World with more than 500 shops or Central Embassy for international high-quality brands. 

For an outdoor shopping experience your clients must visit the Chatuchak, aka JJ Market, an open-air weekend market where your clients will find literally anything. It covers 27 acres and contains more than 15,000 booths selling all sorts of products, including clothes, plants, souvenirs, antiques, books, and much more.
There are many alternatives for entertainment around the shopping areas perfect for families with kids. The luxurious shopping center Siam Paragon includes SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World. Another fun and educational activity is Siam Green Sky, a new urban agriculture learning center located on the roof of the Siam Square One Building.

Family-friendly activities in Bangkok

Khao San Road is most popular among backpackers and budget travelers, with dozens of street vendors, artisans, fancy bars, and restaurants galore. Its selection of street food is the perfect introduction for your clients to Thai food.
Also worth exploring are the surroundings of Khao San Road. Located right next to it are Soi Ram Buttri and Phra Athit Road, the coolest Bohemian street in Bangkok, known for a fancy collection of chic restaurants and bars. 

Khao San Road is also a place full of fun activities, especially at Songkran (Thai New Year) when your clients can join the world-famous water-throwing activity.
Some of the best places to try local food include Thailand’s Chinatown and Silom, a major business district of Bangkok that transforms into an entertainment venue offering an array of street food treasures at night.

For visitors who want more, Bangkok is full of stylish cuisine destinations in sophisticated settings, ranging from vibrant restaurants by the river to open-air rooftop restaurants on high-rise buildings with a spectacular 360-degree panorama.

Phuket, world’s premier tropical beach resort

Phuket is an island of unparalleled beauty and unique cultural traditions, a place to explore as well as to relax totally and relish the vacation of a lifetime. Against a backdrop of green hills, the west coast of what is Thailand’s largest island is blessed with a whole string of magnificent beaches and coves bathed by the clear blue waters of the Andaman Sea.
For leisure, pleasure, and sheer indulgence there are watersports, yachting, scuba diving, golf, spa treatments, exquisite dining, and more. Families with kids should consider visiting Phuket FantaSea, inspired by an appreciation of Thai culture and tradition, this stunning show is full of magical illusions, acrobatics, animal displays, pyrotechnics, and stunts.

Phuket is more than just an island in the sun, it has a wealth of scenic and cultural attractions.  Buddhist temples, Chinese pagodas, and Muslim mosques, as well as the fabulous annual Vegetarian Festival, attest to a multi-cultural history. The magnificent mansions built in Sino-Portuguese style and rubber and coconut plantations contrast with areas of surviving virgin forest in a refreshingly green landscape.

Phang-nga, a geological wonder of Thailand

North of Phuket is Phang-nga, one of the world’s most stunningly natural phenomena. Rising out of the emerald sea for hundreds of meters are limestone karsts in shades of grey, cream and ochre.
Several of the islands have notable features, such as Khao Khian, where prehistoric rock paintings can be seen on the cliffs; Ko Panyi, where there is a Muslim fishing village built on stilts; Ko Phanak with beautiful caves, and “James Bond Island”, which is famed as the location for the movie “The Man with the Golden Gun”.

Phang-nga's mainland offers a number of excellent beaches that are often overlooked by international travelers, such as 
Khao Lak, a delightful stretch of sand covered with granite boulders. 

The province can be sailed on a chartered luxury schooner or on a multi-day sea-canoeing excursion. For day trips, entering caves on small kayaks paddled by a local guide can only be done at low tide. The caves open up into lagoons with monkeys, kingfishers, and water like melted down emeralds, surrounded by towering cliffs of limestone.
Muko Surin Marine National Park offers excellent conditions for scuba diving and snorkeling with a wealth of shallow coral reefs.  For hiking enthusiasts, there are several trails on the northern island, while the southern island has the added attraction of a village of sea gypsies who maintain a traditional lifestyle and preserve time-honored customs.


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