Bangkok began as a small trading center and port community on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River some 200 years ago. Today, while the city is up to speed with modern times, the grandeur and glory of its illustrious past still prevails. Be it dazzling temples, spectacular palaces, a world-famous floating market or colorful Chinatown, each of these famous places has an intriguing story to tell.
Pattaya is 147 kilometers southeast of Bangkok, facing the Gulf of Thailand. It is Asia''''''''s premier beach destination attracting families, couples and single visitors.
Spectacular scenery, stunning tropical sunsets and warm blue sea awaits you at Asia''''''''s most popular beach destination. This fun island provides an unbeatable combination of perfect silky soft white palm-lined beaches, superb hospitality and great value accommodation!
Chiang Mai and the north of Thailand''''''''s premier English language web site with Chiang Mai information on tourist attractions and travel to Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai directory, hotels and other accommodations in Chiang Mai, restaurants and bars as well as general information on Chiang Mai, its culture, traditions and history – Chiang Mai is over 700 years old. This is also the web site for Chiang Mai''''''''s most popular English language magazine, Citylife Chiang Mai.
At first glance, Ko Samui could be mistaken for a giant golf course floating in the Gulf of Thailand. The greens are perfectly manicured, sand traps are plentiful, and there’s a water hazard or two thrown in for good measure.
Krabi Town is majestically situated among impossibly angular limestone karsts jutting from the mangroves, but mid-city you’re more likely to be awe-struck by the sheer volume of guest houses and travel agencies packed into this compact, quirky little town.