Posts Tagged ‘thailand’

Remarkable things to do in Krabi

Unlike its louder sister, Phuket, the province of Krabi has a quiet charm. Perched on the southwest coast of Thailand, it is a haven for tourists looking to escape the hubbub and soak in tranquility. Take a rejuvenating trip to the area blessed with some of nature’s most stunning formations…

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Southeast Asia’s Most Underrated Treasures

Southeast Asia is home to some of the world’s most beautiful places to visit. There’s bustling Bangkok in the ‘Land of Smiles’; old Town Hoi An in Vietnam; as well as the white sand beaches of Boracay in the Philippines. But those are just three of the hundreds of ravishing…

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Tribes, Temples and Truce: Kanchanaburi Province

From the urban sprawl of Bangkok to white sandy beaches and clear blue seas in the south, many of Thailand’s major destinations like Krabi, Phuket and Samui, will already be extremely familiar to regional travellers. Then there’s the Kanchanaburi Province, that is well worth a visit for its rich culture,…

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Adrenaline Island: Phuket

At only a 2-hour flight from Singapore, and nearly three-quarters the size, Phuket offers plenty of outdoor activities for Singapore-based travellers. The island is known for its adventure racing and diving, including dive locations beyond Phuket, such as Phi Phi and Racha Yai. With the added bonus of being relatively…

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North to South: Thailand’s Hidden Gems

When it comes to Thailand, many of us have probably been to some of its most famous sites – whether it’s Chiang Mai in the north, Bangkok in the central region, or Phuket in the southwest. However, there are other attractions beyond these famous sites that are worth exploring depending…

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Beyond The Walled City

Situated in the foothills of Northern Thailand’s famous mountains which stretch well into neighbouring China and Laos, the city of Chiang Mai is known for its walled city, with cool weather and numerous ancient temples. Crisscrossed by a network of trails, Chiang Mai’s vast hinterland makes an ideal place for…

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Bangkok Short Breaks

Thailand remains a popular holiday destination thanks to its proximity to Singapore and its varied offerings, ranging from beach resorts to bustling cities and mountain towns. Starting from Bangkok, you can explore its quaint neighbourhoods, or head further afield to neighbouring Nakhon Pathom or Sukhothai to explore a different side…

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Short Breaks: Bangkok-Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand (then known as Siam), was founded in 1350. During its golden age in the early 18th century, it was home to nearly a million people from all over Asia and even Europe. Ayutthaya was destroyed by invading armies in the 1760s, and later rebuilt…

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On The Edge of Bangkok

Khao Yai National Park is roughly a 3-hour drive from Bangkok and is one of Thailand’s most visited national parks. In terms of size, it is the third-largest in the country, covering 2,168 sq.km. Within the park, you can find some of Thailand’s most diverse flora and fauna, with 2,000…

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