Underwater Marine Park
There are dozens of marine parks spread around Thailand and each one of them offers its visitors something fantastic. Khao Sam Roi Yot is a coastal marine park. Translated as 'the mountain with 300 peaks' it’s not hard to guess what the landscape is like. When you explore, you’ll get to see rare animals you won’t see elsewhere. Tarutao National Marine Park in Southern Thailand is made up of two island groups and is one of the largest unspoilt areas of Thailand – therefore a must see for any nature lovers.
There are plenty of opportunities to go scuba diving in Thailand and with an average sea temperature of 28 degrees and crystal clear waters, you'lll have an ideal diving experience. There are two must dive locations: Hin Daeng (Red Rock) and Hin Mouang (Purple Rock) where you’ll see reef sharks and manta rays! The best things about these dive locations isn’t just the corals underwater that’ll amaze you, but the landscape above the sea level is just as exciting!
Whilst in Thailand, you should explore the numerous markets that make it so special. You’ll find everything at the Chatuchak Weekend Market including animals and authentic souvenirs! Not to be missed out are the fantastic food stalls which will give you the real taste of Thailand! As well as exciting authentic Thai markets stalls you’ll also find immense shopping malls that give America a run for its money! Mahboonkrong in Bangkok provides a maze of designer shops, high tech phone and computer stores and dozens of food courts!
Into the Jungle
Anybody who likes to explore whilst on holiday must do a stop of jungle trekking whilst in Thailand and the mountains of northern Thailand offer the perfect location to do this in. There is so much to see and do here that you could almost have a holiday here alone. You can stay there over night in tribal villages and really get in the think of it and to give you time to discover the hot springs and the fantastic breath-taking waterfalls!
Rembrandt Hotel, Bangkok
Located in the never-sleeping capital city of Bangkok, the Rembrandt Hotel offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. This luxurious hotel offers guests access to its spa, swimming pool and four restaurants, providing a much needed relaxing few hours from long days spent discovering all that exciting Bangkok has to offer. With a range of facilities included in its elegant rooms, it provides the perfect Bangkok hotel for families and couples alike.
Centara Karon, Phuket
This stylish hotel seeps luxury from every corner. Beautifully styled rooms combined with a stunning location on the pristine Karon Beach makes it an ideal choice for couples. Boasting three swimming pools complete with separate sections for children, Jacuzzis, steam rooms and a sauna, you’ll be in paradise both inside and outside the hotel. Patong Beach is close by too, ensuring those who love partying are kept happy with its famous beachfront nightlife.
Kantary Bay Hotel, Phuket
Any family, couple or group who want a modern and elegant hotel for an unforgettable stay in Phuket should book the Kantary Bay Hotel. Found on the remarkable shoreline of Phuket, it boasts a fantastic location – but this is only the beginning of its appeal. Two swimming pools, a choice of restaurants and bars, and access to a private beach await you at the Kantary Bay Hotel. Whether you want to create memories to treasure forever with your special someone or treat the kids to an enchanting holiday, you won’t be left disappointed with a break in this exquisite hotel.
Centara Villas Samui, Koh Samui
A holiday to Thailand is all about enjoying tropical surroundings, indulging in mouth-watering food and relaxing with a drink in hand, and with this is mind, there’s no better place than the island of Koh Samui. Stay at the Centara Villas Samui and enjoy an unforgettable beach break. With the privacy of your own villa, some complete with their own Jacuzzi or pool, it won’t take you long to leave the stresses of everyday life behind. Jaw dropping views of Natien Beach combined with traditional Thai décor create the perfect recipe for a wonderful getaway in Thailand.
Thailand is a country of diverse landscapes – from the never-ending colourful streets and buzzing atmosphere of Bangkok to the serenity and tranquillity of Phi Phi Island, a new experience awaits you round every corner. With a multi-stop holiday, you can delight in a range of Thailand’s many faces for a holiday that will leave you astounded.
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For those who’d like to experience the best of both worlds, how about spending a few days at Bangkok before flying to the stunning destinations of Hua Hin or Pattaya? Hua Hin is one of Thailand’s oldest and most traditional holiday resorts, providing you with opportunities to gain a real insight into the country’s culture. With its five mile long beach and high density of golf courses, it blends the perfect mix of traditional Thai culture with a relaxing beach break. For an old fishing-town destination surrounded by exquisite scenery and an idyllic location for family holidays, look no further than Pattaya.
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Thailand is the holiday destination of dreams, and what better place is there to treat your kids to a once in a lifetime getaway than Phuket? As one of Asia’s favourite beach destinations, it combines tropical scenery with cheap prices and stunning shorelines with exciting activities. Offer the whole family a chance for a new experience with an elephant ride on Kata Beach or take a boat trip to the truly spectacular Phang Nga Bay and be mesmerised by the impressive limestone islets. Before leaving this enchanting island, make sure you visit the Big Buddha in Chalong. Visible from most parts on the south of the island, it stands at 45 metres high and is a striking sight to behold.
Thailand is fast becoming one of the world’s top honeymoon destinations, creating an ideal scene for a romantic getaway. Spend a couple of days on Phi Phi Island and you’ll never want to leave – fall in love all over again amongst the simply breath-taking surroundings of this world-famous destination. With clear turquoise waters to rival the most photo-shopped of postcards and stretches of soft silver sands encompassing its vivid green jungle, you’ll be hooked at first sight.
Phuket is an island which takes pride in its endless stretches of sands. For a shoreline that never sleeps, head to Patong Beach and make the most of its restaurants, bars and of course, its famous Cabaret shows. To spend a few private hours soaking up the sheer beauty of Phuket’s beaches, look no further than Kamala Beach. Relatively deserted throughout the year, it provides the perfect opportunity to relax and absorb the idyllic landscape that surrounds you. Surin Beach, Nai Harn Beach and Kata Beach should also be high on your list of must-visit coastlines.
Thailand oozes culture and tradition from every corner and Phuket is no different. Although many people get lost in Phuket’s beaches, it’s just as easy to be captivated by its intricate statues and buildings. Any visitor’s first port of call should be the Wat Chalong Temple. Admired by thousands every year, it holds hundreds of tiny glass fragments creating infinite reflections and makes for a wondrous day out. Visitors should also spend an afternoon exploring Old Phuket Town. Complete with temples, shrines, charming cafes and a selection of museums, it offers a fascinating and educational trip for all.