Project Category: Thailand City Guides

Chiang Mai City Guide

Chiang Mai Getting Around Not to Miss Attractions & Sights Food & Drink Accommodation Thailand Travel Hub Thailand’s fifth largest city has become hugely popular with tourists, but despite the constant new arrivals, this former capital of the Lanna Kingdom has retained its charm and laidback feel. Chiang Mai is culturally and historically a very interesting city. Although it may appear to be a modern metropolis from the outskirts, get closer to the ancient walled centre and you’ll find many remnants of the city’s historic past. The walled city houses over 30 temples dating back to the founding of...

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Koh Yao Noi Mini Guide

Koh Yao Noi Getting Around What To Do Food & Drink Accommodation Worth Noting Thailand Country Guide Thailand has few places that remain off the beaten track to travellers, and Koh Yao Noi is one of those places. This tropical island located in the middle of the Andaman Sea is a taste of the old Thailand, without the crowded beaches and modern, western influences. Koh Yao Noi is a small island located about a half hour boat ride from Thailand’s southern province of Krabi. Having been missed by developers due to its rocky shorelines the island remains a location...

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Khao Sok National Park Mini Guide

Khao Sok National Park Getting Around What To Do Food & Drink Accommodation Worth Noting Thailand Country Guide The oldest evergreen rainforest in the world and southern Thailand’s largest area of protected parkland, Khao Sok National Park is certainly one of the hidden wonders of this world. With views of majestic limestone cliffs and endless plains of jungle, this awe-inspiring place is a must see for those who love nature for all its worth and want to get a glimpse of one of Asia’s most untouched regions. Khao Sok National Park is located in the Phang-Nga province of southern...

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Bangkok City Guide

Bangkok Getting Around Not To Miss Sights, Attractions & Temples Accommodation Thailand Country Guide One of the main gateways to S E Asia, Bangkok is an incredibly popular starting point for backpackers travelling through this part of the world. In 2013 it was the third most visited city anywhere on the globe. With it’s rich history, beautiful landmarks, friendly locals and extensive public transport networks its easy to see why so many tourists flock to Bangkok before heading off to explore other parts of Thailand or neighbouring countries. Getting Around Public Transport BTS Running regularly from 6am to midnight, one of the...

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