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Bangkok
As the gateway to Thailand, the capital is a colourful, congested, culture shock not to be missed. DowntownBangkok is a jarring mixture of modern skyscrapers, ancient holy temples, endless street stalls and a bombardment of ever changing sights, sounds and smells. Everything you need is within the city centre; don't miss the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
The floating markets and the multi-storey shopping malls are a must for anyone wanting to hone their bartering skills and pick up a great bargain. Or head to the crowded streets of Koh San Road for a tailor made suit and a night of entertainment, finishing up with a seat in the Lumpini Stadium for a Thai boxing match. Excellent traditional Thai dishes are readily available from the many street stalls or upscale restaurants.

Pattaya
Travelling south from Bangkok, head to the beach city of Pattaya. The city centre is a vibrant party town of loud and lively bars, restaurants and cabaret shows, all of which are welcoming to tourists. The beaches to the south of Pattaya offer everything from family water sports and diving to extreme activities such as bungee jumping and paragliding.
Boat rides to KohLarn or Coral Island are well worth a look or if you feel like getting away from the hectic pace of the city centre, head up to WatKhaoPrayal, which offers great views from its hilltop complex. The areas of North Pattaya and Nakula are the best place to relax with a Thai massage in one of the high-end spa centres.

Phuket Island
Phuket Island is the most visited of all the islands in Thailand and as such is one of the most tourist friendly destinations where you can't help but have a good time. Phuket town is a hub of colonial buildings and noisy market stalls, while the extravagant nightlife has everything you could want from a major Thai city. The powder white sand beaches of Patong, Kata and Kamala are lined with sunbathing visitors but there are also some more secluded bays to be discovered along the coast.
If you want to venture off the island, catch a passenger ferry to KohLanta or a boat trip past PhangNga Bay. One of the most popular excursions is still the James Bond Tour, a boat tour around some of the most recognisable filming locations from the movies. The tour takes in the nearby islands of KoTapu (now rechristened James Bond Island), KohPanyee and PhangNga Bay.

KohSamui
Holidays to KohSamui are a great option for the whole family, like most of Thailand's islands it has excellent beaches for all day sunbathing or if you prefer you can take an elephant ride into the jungle, visit coconut plantations or party into the night at one of the many beach parties.

Krabi
One of the least commercialised of the resorts, the pace on Krabi is unhurried and low key. Its azure waters and beautiful powder sand beaches are framed by incredible limestone cliffs. Holidays in Krabi can be as laid back or as adventure filled as you wish, with scuba diving, trekking, fishing and rock climbing all popular activities.
South of Bangkok, the resort of Cha Am boasts Thailand's longest beach and six of the country's best golf courses. Accommodation varies from small guest houses to five star luxury resorts.
Those seeking a taste of traditional Thailand will want to head to the unspoilt northern regions of the country. The cultural capital of Chiang Mai has all the shopping and nightlife options of a major city, set near some of the country's most attractive rainforest. From here you can take an elephant ride into the northern jungles, soar through the trees on a jungle swing adventure or visit the hidden hilltop villages, experiencing a way of life virtually untouched by the modern world. Journeying further north will bring you to Chiang Rai, a chance to visit the popular Night Bazaar and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
South of Bangkok, the resort of Cha Am boasts Thailand's longest beach and six of the country's best golf courses. Accommodation varies from small guest houses to five star luxury resorts.
Those seeking a taste of traditional Thailand will want to head to the unspoilt northern regions of the country. The cultural capital of Chiang Mai has all the shopping and nightlife options of a major city, set near some of the country's most attractive rainforest. From here you can take an elephant ride into the northern jungles, soar through the trees on a jungle swing adventure or visit the hidden hilltop villages, experiencing a way of life virtually untouched by the modern world. Journeying further north will bring you to Chiang Rai, a chance to visit the popular Night Bazaar and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.


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