What makes Thailand bucket list worthy? Exotic tropical beaches, sumptuous cuisine, golden temples and ocean activities make for an astonishingly diverse destination. From the modern capital of Bangkok peppered with sky high hotels and shopping malls to the mountainous region of Chiang Mai with lush vegetation and elephant sanctuaries, all agree that it’s a trip of a lifetime.

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The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace, Bangkok

A gold beacon in the center of Bangkok it is home to the jasper stone famous Emerald Buddha statue.

Sunday Walking Street

Sunday Walking Street, Chiang Mai

Vendors selling souvenirs and mouthwatering eats pack the streets filled with tourists and locals.

Big Buddha

Big Buddha Phuket

Colossal statue in white jade marble sits atop the Nakkerd Hills that can be seen from miles away.

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Thai Cooking Class

Thai Cooking Class

From private to small group lessons, aspiring chefs can learn how to make classic Thai dishes.

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Participate in Songkran Festival

Annual festival from April 13-15 noted by people playfully throwing water on each other.

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Long Tail Boat Tour

Take a long tail boat tour

Boat through narrow and tangled waterways and canals catching locals carrying on with daily life.


Scuba diving

The Land of Smiles is also the land with 349 dive sites great for reef, wreck or drift diving.



Tours can take the stress out of travel by having professionals plan a one of a kind vacation.



Prefer not to share waves? Ideal for surfers who relish solitude, uncrowded beaches and oceans.

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Local delicacies

Thai Coffee

Thai Iced Coffee

A sweet caffeine boost made from strong coffee or espresso, condensed milk and a dash of cardamom.

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Khao Soi

Khao Soi

Divinely aromatic, rich curry-like soup dish made with coconut milk, stewed chicken and egg noodles.



A umami packed meat salad flavored with fish sauce, lime and herbs usually eaten in lettuce cups.

Khanom Krok

Thai Coconut Pancakes (Khanom Krok)

Street dessert made of rice and coconut milk cooked in a cast iron pan giving its half moon shape.

Thai Ice Cream

Thai Rolled Ice Cream

Dubbed as stir-fried ice cream, cold liquid cream hits a frozen pan and is chopped and then rolled.

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