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The only country in Southeast Asia that has never been colonised, Thailand used to be called Siam. The country is widely known as the “Land of Smiles”, a reflection of its people’s generous smiles as well as their friendly, hospitable and easy-going nature.

A nation with many islands, each with its own charm, Thailand shares a border with Myanmar and Laos in the north, Cambodia in the east and Malaysia in the south.

Best Spots For Waterfall Abseiling/Rappelling

Love waterfalls? A thrilling way to get up close and personal with waterfalls is by climbing up and then abseiling or rappelling down them....

Popular City Malls

When it comes to malls and shopping complexes, Thailand has an unbeatable selection that caters to every lifestyle and budget. Here are some of...

Popular Rock Climbing Areas

With its stunning limestone cliffs and walls, rock formations and large boulders, Thailand is paradise for rock climbing enthusiasts. Here are some of the...

Popular Caves For Spelunking

Those who want to venture further into caves and don’t mind getting wet will want to explore these natural wonderlands. Kanchanaburi Province • Tham Lawa • Tham...

Popular Caves To Explore

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most magnificent caves. Make time to explore these caves and be amazed at the formations of...

Best Bird-Watching Spots

One of Asia’s most exciting birding destinations, Thailand is home to a diverse range of resident bird species who share their habitats with a...

Popular Beaches

With over 3,200km of coastline, Thailand has no shortage of beautiful beaches. Here are some of the country’s best beaches that you need to...

Popular Nature Spots

Thailand has an abundant of parks and green spaces where you can chill and get close to nature. Relax and unwind at these popular...

Must-Visit National Parks

There are more than 120 national parks in Thailand which are home to a wide range of plants and animals. Get in touch with...

Skydiving In Thailand

Want to jump out of an airplane at 4,000m high and fall at speeds of up to 190km per hour? These centres offer tandem...

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