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All too often just a place of transit but it’s well worth taking a few days to explore Bangkok. There are countless things to do and you’ll find extraordinary people and places to visit around every corner. Barter for all sorts of goodies at the largest outdoor market in the world, the Chatuchak weekend market, or get along to MBK, an air-conditioned shopping haven. The King’s Palace is also well worth a visit, along with any number of temples including Wat Pho and the Temple of the Dawn.
Dubbed the ‘Pearl of the Andaman’, Phuket remains one of the most popular beaches for tourists – and with good reason. Beautiful white sand, palm trees, and clear blue water create a great atmosphere for some prime R & R.
Situated in Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is quite a mountainous region and great for those more adventurous travelers keen to trek through forests, visit waterfalls and discover the wildlife. Jump on a tour to visit a hill tribe – including the long neck Karen tribes in a nearby province.
A rock climber’s heaven, you’ll find stunning limestone cliffs and rock formations in Krabi. You should also head along to the National Park located about 40 km outside of town to be at one with nature and soak up the rivers, caves and amazing natural scenery. Krabi is also home to some great beaches including Ao Nang and Hat Rai Le, which offer numerous diving trips, restaurants and shops.
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