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But with so much to provide in this astonishing land, you will have a fairly tough timeframe to fit them all in one vacation! Take a look at the map below and use it as a guide to help you prepare your unbelievable journey to Thailand. As Thailand’ capitol and home of Suvarnabhumi Airports, it is more than likely that you will be spending at least a small amount of your leisure in this unbelievable town.
Whilst the Aéroport itself is something to be explored and marvelled at, a short excursion into and around the town will show you a side to Southeast Asia that will arouse your emotions. If you want to shop in the MBK center or discover the town with a colorful tuk tuk, Bangkok will inspire you.
Koh Samui lies in the middle of the Gulf of Thailand and is a treasure in the Gulf of Thailand. There is something in the Koh Samui vibe that makes you think you're in another underworld. Only 3 hours by car southwest of Bangkok and on the Gulf of Thailand coastline, Hua Hin is a seaside resort with a little something to keep things on.
A traditional favourite tourist resort for the Thai royal family, this seaside resort city offers a dozen different resort and activity to make everyone smile. If you sit on the shore, rent a Jetski, admire the view from a para-sail or haggle on the overnight market, Hua Hin is thrilling and soothing.
Another place that offers the ideal mixture of tension, relax and calmness. Whitewater rafting, mini golf, miniature golf, yoga and so many different water sports you won't find it all. It is the second biggest Thai nation and the gate to the northern part of Thailand.
It is an unbelievable countryside to be explored on horseback, with a photographic countryside full of ancient buildings and historical buildings. For those interested in the outdoors, historical and cultural attractions and a near-natural reserve where you can take care of these unbelievably charming critters.