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Incense mingles with aromatic foods as a tuk-tuk zips through Bangkok's narrow streets. Buddha statues for sale line the streets. Chants drift from Buddhist temples, mingling with the chatter of voices of locals fishing in the Chao Phraya River. Elsewhere, there is meditative silence: on the ruins of Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Siam, or the infamous bridge over the River Kwai. Apple Travel is offering Thailand tour packages at very affordable prices for you to discover the heart and soul of Thailand.   CHIANG MAI Chiang Mai is essentially Thailand’s second city and is quie......
Hua Hin is unlike any other beach resort in Thailand. If you're looking for bright lights and the frantic all-night action of cabarets and discos, you may be disappointed here. However, if you enjoy walks through the quiet winding streets of a friendly coastal village, sampling delicious seafood in restaurants overlooking the brightly lit fishing boats on the Gulf of Thailand or a round of golf on one of the several international standard links, Hua Hin could very well be what you're looking for; Hua Hin has a special character all its own. Hua Hin became popular as a rainy season retreat in......
Ranong is the first southern province on the western coast, located 568 kms. from Bangkok. It is also known for the long rainy period, which lasts for 8 months each year. Ranong occupies an area of 3.298 square kilometres and is bordered by Myanmar and the Indian Ocean to the west. Within its compact area, Ranong contains various natural attractions and is blessed with unspoiled mangrove forests The Kra Isthmus, the narrowest part of the Malayan Peninsula is Located here. Ranong is a long narrow plot of land extending 169 kms. from north to south, and only 9m kms. at its narrowest. Most of t......
Phuket At its best, this island in the Andaman Sea is idyllic: It has long sandy beaches (some with dunes), warm water, excellent snorkeling and scuba diving off Koh Similan, ideal windsurfing conditions, mountains, fine resorts and some of the best seafood in all of Thailand. At its worst, it is overdeveloped, overrun with tour groups and areas like busy Patong's pulsing commercial strip and raucous nightlife are a bit too much for those in search of beachside tranquillity. Over the years, the Thai government has granted economic incentives to encourage developers to shape the island in......
Hatyai is the center of business and communication for the South. It is mere 30 kilometers far from Songkla town and, being only 60 kilometers away from Thai-Malaysian borders, Hatyai acts as the gateway to Malaysia and Singapore. Given its lack of any historical or cultural sights, it's somewhat surprising to find that Hat Yai boasts a large number of hotels and hosts hoards of visitors each year. Many of these visitors come from Malaysia. Each weekend the town fills up with weekenders who spend much of their time in the city's many markets and restaurants. Despite the lack of ......
Krabi province is in Southern Thailand on the emerald green water of Andaman Sea near Phuket. It is located only less than an hour by boat from Phuket and its international airport, Krabi is much quieter and more scenic, yet its various tourist centres offers world class hospitality with comfortable resorts, value for money guesthouses and an impressive selection of seafood, Thai and international restaurants. The focus of tour operators, activities and services is found at Ao Nang Beach, from where you can get to the other small islands, as well as Krabi town and the rest of the region.......
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