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The Kingdom of Thailand draws more visitors than any other country in southeast Asia, with its irresistible combination of natural beauty, inspiring temples, renowned hospitality, robust cuisine and ruins of fabulous ancient kingdoms. Few countries are so well endowed.
From the stupa-studded mountains of Mae Hong Son and the verdant limestone islands of the Andaman Sea, to the pulse-pounding dance clubs of Bangkok and the tranquil villages moored along the Mekong River, Thailand offers something for every type of traveler.
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BANGKOK Tours, Travel and Activities
Bangkok has dominated Thailand's political, commercial and cultural life since the late 18th century. Although you can shop in air-conditioned comfort in its Western-style malls, the city is a long way from being tamed by commercial homogeneity.
Bangkok proper seethes on the east side of the Mae Nam Chao Phraya (Chao Phraya River), drawing rural Thai folk into its cluttered fold daily. The city is reportedly sinking at a rate of 2 inches (5cm) every year, but there's too much sanuk (a Thai sense of fun) going on for that to get anyone down.
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CHIANG MAI Tours, Travel and Activities
Chiang Mai has a striking mountain backdrop, over 300 temples and a quaint historical aura. It's also a modern, friendly, internationally flavored city with much to offer - food, accommodation and shopping are all top quality and cheap, and the nights are relatively cool.
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CHIANG RAI Tours, Travel and Activities
Thais often tout Chiang Rai as an alternative to Chiang Mai, although it's not nearly as colorful and there's less to do in town. On the other hand it's a little more laid-back, and anyone interested in trekking will find they can reach village areas quicker than from Chiang Mai.
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KOH SAMUI Tours, Travel and Activities
In 1971 two tourists arrived on Thailand's third-largest island via a coconut boat from Bangkok and stumbled upon paradise - white-sand beaches with palms blowing in the wind; clear green seas sparkling in the sunlight with ripples made for floating; a picture-perfect background of lush green hills and rich brown roads interspersed with rough wooden structures.
Today Ko Samui offers something for everybody - the cheap fan bungalows share beachfront property with places boasting beautifully decorated rooms, crisp white sheets, lush gardens and lavish pools.
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KRABI Tours, Travel and Activities
Friendly people, delicious food and some local flavor make the provincial capital of Krabi a pleasant place to spend a day. Most travelers quickly breeze through, using the town as a jumping-off point for the wonderful surrounding destinations - Ko Lanta to the south, Ko Phi-Phi to the southwest and Ao Nang, Railay and Tham Phra Nang to the west.
Some travelers elect to stay in town and make day trips to the latter, as there are many good guesthouses and dining options here.
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PATTAYA Tours, Travel and Activities
A throbbing monument to holiday hedonism, Pattaya whips up a seedy, summer cocktail enjoyed by more than a million visitors per year. It's more Costa del Bangkok than authentic Thailand.
Cutting a crescent around Pattaya Bay, the city's main beach is a peninsula of basting suntanned flesh, souvenir stalls and sand castles. The coconut scent of suntan oil hangs in the air, and a knot of high-rise hotels, dive shops, and golf courses cater to the legions.
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PHUKET Tours, Travel and Activities
Dubbed Pearl of the South by the tourist industry, Phuket is Thailand's largest, most populous and most visited island. A whirl of color and cosmopolitanism, Thailand's only island province revolves around and thrives on tourism, but still retains a spark of the real Thailand.
There are a hundred and one ways to pass the day in Phuket. There are also more tourists here than on any other Thai island - it certainly knows how to cater to tourists' every whim. Most flock to the beaches on the southwestern side, which are loaded with amenities and entertainment options.
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