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Here at Fleewinter, we believe that a holiday should bring our guests into contact with the local culture. We are not offering the stock standard sightseeing tours, but strive to create unique and authentic experiences so you can get the most out of your holiday in Thailand.

Take a look at our favourite experiences in the respective destinations below, or just give us a call (0207 112 0019) to find out more.

Thai Cooking Adventure with a Local Restaurateur
Drive to Nakhon Pathom to meet with Aoy, a passionate food lover and restaurateur. We first board a local boat and head to a floating market, where we select the ingredients for today’s class. Aoy lives on the banks of the Tha Chin River and uses fresh herbs and produce grown in the local community. We then join Aoy in her professional kitchen studio for your hands-on cooking lesson where we learn to prepare from scratch two of Aoy's favorite Thai dishes. Aoy will share her deep knowledge of Thai herbs and spices and passion for cooking as we cook together in her studio kitchen that is also used for the restaurant she runs. Be prepared to roll up your sleeves and chop vegetables, pound spices, and laugh as we cook together with this charming and fun-loving host!
Best of Bangkok
You will meet your guide after breakfast and head to Wat Suthat, a Buddhist temple that is one of only 10 royal temples where you will be able to experience monks chanting. Next we visit the City Pillar Shrine, or Lak Mueang, the founding pillar of Bangkok erected in 1782, before heading to the famous Grand Palace complex, which also holds the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Enjoy lunch at a riverside restaurant before boarding a long-tail boat to explore Bangkok’s maze of canals and waterways. Along the way we make a stop at the fascinating Artist’s House, a centuries-old teak wooden house that has been turned into a gallery, with local artwork, photography and a puppet theater. The house is part of a picturesque community that lies on the edge of a canal.
Discovering Bangkok’s Old Quarter on Foot
Visitors often see Bangkok as an enormous modern metropolis, full of expressways, massive department stores and skyscrapers. But there is a more hidden side, which clearly shows the origins of the people who still believe in traditions from years gone by. This early morning meet your guide at the meeting point and go on a special walking tour to explore the hidden sights of old Bangkok. From the Giant Swing via Romanni Nart Park – also known as prison park – we wander through small alleys, encounter wooden houses, guardian spirit signs, fresh markets and more. At the City Pillar Shrine and Amulet Market we learn more about ancient superstitions. The tour ends with a local lunch at a riverside restaurant.
After-dark ride to Rattanakosin
This evening bike tour takes place around Rattanakosin Island, the historic center of Bangkok, with its ancient temples and colorful markets. Visit the Temple of Dawn; the largest flower market in Southeast Asia; Pak Khlong Market and Bangkok’s most famous temple, Wat Pho – also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Sticking to quiet back roads and alleyways, this evening tour is a truly unique way to see the old quarter of Bangkok. Many of the temples and monuments are lit up, making for a spectacular sight as we cycle by.
Train Market & Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Meet your guide and drive to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – still one of the most popular destinations in Thailand. Observe numerous boat vendors trading their products. Part of the attraction is the enormous variety of vegetables, fruits, traditional sweets, beverages and more being showcased by the floating vendors in their traditional straw hats. We then continue to the old fishing port of Samut Songkram, well known for its colorful Maeklong Railway market. In front of the railway station vendors use the space between the railway tracks for their baskets of vegetables, fruit and fish. Your guide will walk with you through the market along the tracks until the train arrives!
Discovering Bangrak & Klong San District
On this tour discover the lesser-known streets of Bangkok’s Bangrak District. As you walk through the area you can enjoy sampling a variety of street snacks, as well as visit some historical buildings. We will take a ferry across the Chao Phraya River to Klong San District in the Thonburi area and explore a colorful local market. We then walk to The Jam Factory, a design complex with a restaurant, café and bookshop, as well as a unique furniture shop with works by Thai artists. Afterwards continue on to a cool, modern Thai restaurant with authentic Thai tastes where your guide will say goodbye once you are comfortably seated at your table and have ordered dinner.
A taste of Chinatown
Enjoy a mouth-watering exploration of Bangkok's 200-year-old Chinatown with our visit to sample local Chinese-Thai cuisine at a number of tasty eateries from street vendors with tables on the sidewalk to atmospheric family restaurants. We begin our tour with a visit to a local rooftop bar where we sip our drinks and enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the river. As dusk falls we board a tuk-tuk and head into the labyrinth of Chinatown’s side streets and alleyways where the smell of spices hangs permanently in the air. You’ll get to sample all kinds of eats, such as the local dim sum, dumplings, fresh seafood, fragrant deserts and more. The evening draws to a close with drinks at an open-air bar where you can sit back and watch the vibrant nightlife of the streets of Chinatown.
Jim Thompson' Silk & Street Art
Our guide will meet you at your hotel for a transfer by local transport to visit Jim Thompson's House, a complex of six traditional Thai-style houses made of teak with an extensive art and antique collection predominantly of Asian origin. Jim Thompson was renowned for reviving Thailand's silk industry shortly after World War II. While walking along Saen Saeb Canal we notice a large number of murals, partly a result of the yearly Bukruk street art festival. We continue walking to a small park named Chalermla Park, better known as ‘Graffiti Park’. Here the walls feature a continuous ‘battle’ of local artists who happily keep painting and spraying with very colorful results! After exploring the contemporary street art scene we continue on to the Bangkok Arts & Culture Centre for lunch.
Family photo fun in Ayutthaya
This fun morning tour for the family will take you and your children by tuk-tuk to visit a number of ancient temples and ruins located around the city of Ayutthaya. This former capital of the Thai Kingdom, flourished for more than 400 years, until it was invaded and raised to the ground by the Burmese in 1767. In addition to admiring the aesthetics of the city’s ancient architecture, the tour is also a fun ‘treasure hunt’ for all the family to enjoy. Before staring out, you will receive an old diary with photos, and it’s your task to discover where these photos were taken!
Wild Elephant Watching at Kui Buri National Park
Today we get as close as possible to the largest animals in the jungle – the wild Asian elephant! In Kui Buri National Park you will have an opportunity to observe wild elephants in their natural habitat. Asia’s largest living land mammal, the Asian elephant is an endangered species due mainly to poaching and loss of natural habitat; and in Thailand the numbers are considered to be only in their hundreds. The first stop is at the park’s Ranger Station, before we make a second stop later in the afternoon to watch wild elephants drinking and playing at a lagoon on the edge of the forest. You may also catch a glimpse of other wildlife including Gaur or the Indian Bison; Barking deer and a whole range of birds species.
Chiang Mai’s Temples, Monuments and Streets by Night
Meet your guide at the meeting point and get ready to spend an evening cycling the maze of streets in Chiang Mai's old quarter; visiting ancient temples and monuments after dark when they are quiet and free of crowds. In the coolness of the evening, cycle the deserted back alleys to visit some of Chiang Mai's famous landmarks, such as Wat Intakhin with its serene 700-hundred-year-old white Buddha and the Three Kings Monument, a sculpture of Kings Mengrai, Ramkamhaeng and Ngam Muang, said to be the founding fathers of Chiang Mai. See illuminated temples with chanting monks; Tha Phae Gate and sample some tasty snacks from a busy night market – your guide will point out the different types of street food available.
Chiang Mai and Rural Lamphun by Bike
Meet your guide in the morning and get ready for a bicycle tour, which starts with a train ride. From the historic Lamphun train station we bike the quiet streets of this small city. We start cycling across the countryside biking through villages, along canals and tree-lined lanes. We enjoy a simple Thai lunch in a village, then bike through paddy fields until we come upon the famous wood carving village of Ban Tawai. We then pedal on
through country lanes and the foothills of Doi Suthep to a Beekeeping Center. After biking up and down a few more hills on forested lanes the bike tour arrives at the forest temple of Wat Umong.
Hill Tribes Adventure in Chiang Dao
In the early morning meet your guide for a one-day trek to see the hill tribes of Chiang Dao. The area east of Chiang Dao town is home to the people of the Akha, Lisu, Lahu, Palong and Karen tribes. Our first stop will be at the local market of Mae Malai. We then proceed to the bamboo rafting camp and head down the stream by raft. Eventually we disembark and walk to an Akha hill tribe village. We then hike to a nearby Lisu village where villagers once cultivated opium poppies, but now supplement their income by producing local handicrafts. Here we start a hike through the protected community forest to a Palong village and enjoy a simple and tasty picnic lunch. When we reach Pang Daeng Nai village, our guide will explain the Royal Project and talk about the village shrine and the huja rawl, or ‘village heart’.
Best of Chiang Mai
Start your day at the riverfront Warorot Market, Chiang Mai’s bustling ‘Chinatown’ quarter. Nearby is the Hmong hill tribe market, while facing the Ping River is the photogenic flower market. From here we head to Thapae Gate, one of the four original city gates, where we continue by samlor, or rickshaw, to Wat Chiang Man, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang. You will also have the chance to meet with an English-speaking monk, who will answer your questions and offer some insight into Chiang Mai’s past. After lunch, we drive up into the hills to visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a sacred temple named after Doi Suthep Mountain with impressive views looking down on Chiang Mai. After participating in a blessing ceremony and admiring the view we drive back to your hotel.
Adventure in Doi Suthep - Pui National Park
We first begin with a visit of Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple on Doi Suthep Mountain before the crowds arrive. Next we take a short nature walk through a deciduous oak and evergreen forest. We then pay a visit to the national park headquarters and stop briefly at the tree nursery of the Forest Restoration Research Unit, run by a small team of ecologists and research students in the Science Faculty of
Chiang Mai University. The Unit carries out research to develop efficient methods to restore tropical forest ecosystems. We continue on to the Hmong ethnic hill tribe village of Doi Pui, where villagers supplement their income with making handicrafts and still wear the traditional Hmong attire. Views from the village are spectacular. On the way back to Chiang Mai visit the Montatarn Waterfall.
Lanna Family Home Experience
You will visit the teak wooden home of the Raunkaew-Yanon family, who arrived in the region almost 150 years ago. They are a Lanna family, continuing the traditions of many generations and maintaining the natural surroundings in a way now rarely seen. You also learn about their culture, their way of living and traditional Thai architecture. You will cook together with the family some traditional dishes with authentic northern Thai flavours. Best of all, you have the opportunity to get to know a real Thai family; be their house guest for the day and enjoy a delicious home cooked lunch.
Visit to the Summit of Doi Inthanon
Be ready for an early departure from your hotel to Doi Inthanon National Park. Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain of Thailand (2,776m) and was declared a national park in 1972. The park boasts the greatest diversity of tree and bird species found in any park in the country. Here we also visit the Vatchirathan waterfall and stop to enjoy a picnic lunch. After our break, we continue on to the summit, but on the way we pay a visit to the Royal Project of Baan Khun Glaang, which provides villages with profitable work and therefore a better livelihood. Once we reach the summit, we continue hiking through the evergreen forest along a nature trail, enjoying the stunning views of the surrounding hills and rice plains far below.
Chiang Mai on foot
After breakfast meet with our guide and drive by songthaew to a local market selling fresh vegetables, spices and other local produce. From here we begin an exploration of Chiang Mai’s charming old city on foot. We first walk to Wat Chiang Man, the oldest temple in Chiang Mai built in 1297. We then continue on to the Three Kings Monument, a sculpture of the founding fathers of Chiang Mai. We then head for the Lanna Folk Life Museum followed by a visit to the Chiang Mai Women's Correctional Institution. Here, female prisoners are trained in traditional Thai massage and we can enjoy a 30-minute foot massage and learn the story of this successful rehabilitation programme. We then continue walking to the 14th century Wat Chedi Luang and enjoy a locally prepared meal.
Tuk-Tuk by night
Meet our guide at your hotel in the early evening and start your exploration of the city by tuk-tuk. Driving around Chiang Mai in the evening is cooler and more peaceful than during the day and gives you a chance to see the city in a very different light. We drive around the old city walls and moat, making stops at Chiang Mai landmarks such as the Iron Bridge, the Three Kings Monument and some of Chiang Mai’s oldest temples. We also stop to let you try some traditional northern snacks at one of the local markets. At the end of the tour we bring you back to your hotel, or take you on to another destination – like the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.
Local Markets, Monks and Ancient Temples
Be ready for a very early visit to Chiang Mai Gate Market, a traditional market where we find fresh vegetables, fruit, spices, fish, cooked meats and all sorts of ready-made dishes. The monks from local temples make their alms rounds here early in the morning, so it’s an opportunity for you to make an offering of food to them. At a nearby temple we also witness the monks taking part in an early morning chant. After, we visit Warorot Market, Chiang Mai’s bustling ‘Chinatown’ quarter. Here we have organized a short workshop for you to make traditional flower garlands at the photogenic flower market on the Ping River. From the market we head to Thapae Gate and continue by samlor or rickshaw to the ancient temples of Wat Chiang Man, Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh.
Best of Chiang Rai’s Contemporary Buddhist Arts
Meet your guide at your hotel and drive to Wat Rong Khun temple,acontemporary, unconventional, privately-owned structure that is better known to foreigners as the White temple. It is owned by Chalermchai Kositpipat, a Thai visual artist and painter who designed, constructed and opened it to visitors in 1997. Continue on to Baan Dam Museum, a collection of wood buildings featuring sculptures and other artworks by contemporary Thai artists. Afterwards we visit Wat Rong Suea Tean, also known as the Blue Temple – another unusual modern Buddhist temple distinguished by its vivid blue coloring and elaborate carvings. After lunch we change transport to samlor or rickshaw and visit Wat Phra Keo where one of Thailand's most important Buddha statues was discovered in 1444.
Doi Tung, Golden Triangle and Mekong River
Meet your guide at your hotel and drive to Doi Tung Mountain where we visit the Mae Fah Luang botanical gardens and learn about the Royal Project on Doi Tung. The gardens are on the slopes below Doi Tun Royal Villa, the former resident of the Princess Mother Srinagarindra. We then continue to the Golden Triangle to visit the Hall of Opium. This is where the borders of Laos, Thailand and Myanmar meet, a major opium producing area. After a delicious Thai lunch we take a relaxing boat ride down the Mekong River to Chiang Sean and explore this small, quiet town. On the way back to Chiang Rai we stop at the Baan Dam Museum, a collection of wooden buildings featuring sculptures, paintings and other artworks from around
Southeast Asia.
Chiang Rai Rural Bicycle Ride
We pick you up from your hotel and drive to a beautiful spot to begin our cycle ride along rural roads outside the city. After a short safety briefing and personalized bicycle fitting, we begin our cycling trip through small villages, rice fields, and then follow the Lao River downstream, passing fruit orchards, rubber plantations and many teak trees. We also stop and visit the amazing Wat Rong Khun temple, a
contemporary, unconventional, privately-owned sculpture that is better known to foreigners as the White temple. We then enjoy lunch in a quiet local restaurant near the temple surrounded by the peaceful countryside.
Both Sides of the Thai-Myanmar Border
Your guide and driver will pick you up early from the hotel in Chiang Rai. Drive to Mae Sai, the bustling border town and cross the border into Myanmar. By tuk-tuk we explore Tachilek and visit the Enrobed Elephant Temple and the Maha Myat Muni Temple – a fine example of typical Burmese temple architecture. We continue to Tachilek’s own Shwedagon Pagoda, a smaller version of the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon and then enjoy an authentic Burmese lunch in a local restaurant. We then return to Thailand and continue on to the Golden Triangle where the borders of Laos, Thailand and Myanmar meet. We visit the Hall of Opium, an excellent museum that tells the history of the opium trade in the Golden Triangle.
Home-from-home Cooking Classes in Chiang Rai
This late afternoon cooking experience offers a fantastic ‘home-from-home’ environment to master the art of Thai cooking in a relaxed and fun way, and allows you to make friends and enjoy some serious culinary experimentation at the same time. We also include a market tour to further enhance yourunderstanding of traditional Thai ingredients and how they are prepared. Each tour gives you a wonderful chance to nibble at the delicacies available,
before rustling up some specialties of your own back at the kitchen! For this cooking experience you will be picked up at your hotel in Chiang Rai late afternoon to be in time for the local evening market. This course will finish in the late evening.
Peaceful Pachyderms of Elephant Valley
Spend either a morning or afternoon in the company of elephants. Following, photographing and even feeding these majestic creatures as they get to enjoy being elephants again, after having worked most of their lives in logging or as former riding elephants. Covering 40 acres of land, Elephant Valley Thailand has some fantastic lush elephant habitats including bamboo groves, forest, swamps and grasslands. You will enjoy an outdoor lunch with views of six beautiful elephants as they wander peacefully or graze in their grassy paddocks. Proceeds not only go towards providing the herd with an amazing place to live, but also help conservation efforts geared to providing the species as a whole with a secure future.
Snorkeling the Sparkling Waters of Koh Nang Yuan
Starting early in the morning, we set sail and head north to the first snorkeling point at Koh Nang Yuan, a small island connected to two even smaller islands by white sand bars that lie next door to Koh Tao. Upon arrival, we put on our snorkeling gear and swim out to admire the fantastic underwater world. This diving and snorkeling
paradise 70 km north of Koh Samui has the clearest seas and best underwater visibility in the Gulf of Thailand. It is home of an abundance of coral species and other tropical marine life such as giant clams and reef fish.
Ang Thong Marine Park by Kayak
You will be picked up at your hotel to take part in a truly unique kayaking experience. We board our tour boat and head for the southern end of Koh Mae Island in Ang Thong Marine Park where we use the on-board kayaks to navigate beneath huge rock overhangs to see some of the most magnificent scenery the Gulf of Thailand has to offer. Once ashore we visit the astonishing ‘emerald lake’, a hidden salt-water lake on Koh Mae Island. Back on board our tour boat we enjoy a tasty buffet lunch while cruising around the breathtaking Koh Mae Island scenery. We then head for Koh Tai Plao to do some more kayaking where you will discover magical caves and bizarre rock formations. There is also plenty of time to explore the underwater sights.
Kayaking to Mangrove Forests and Sea Caves
You will be picked up at your hotel to take part in a truly unique kayaking experience. We board our tour boat and head for the southern end of Koh Mae Island in Ang Thong Marine Park where we use the on-board kayaks to navigate beneath huge rock
overhangs to see some of the most magnificent scenery the Gulf ofThailand has to offer. Once ashore we visit the astonishing ‘emerald lake’, a hidden salt-water lake on Koh Mae Island. Back on board our tour boat we enjoy a tasty buffet lunch while cruising around the breathtaking Koh Mae Island scenery. We then head for Koh Tai Plao to do some more kayaking where you will discover magical caves and bizarre rock formations. There is also plenty of time to explore the underwater sights.
Sunset cruise on board a Burmese junk
We leave Koh Samui port in the early evening on board ‘The Chantara’, a traditional Burmese junk boat that is 25 metres long and built entirely of teak with all the modern conveniences. Equipped with a mainsail and a 380-horsepower engine, The Chantara can sail in any weather and offers a main lounge, as well as plenty of sun beds and traditional Thai cushions on its spacious 75 metre-square deck. We head west to the small island of Koh Som where we anchor for a swim and maybe to do some fishing. Appetizers and refreshments are then served, while you enjoy the
beauty of the twilight sky as dusk falls and the sun sets behind the horizon. We return to Koh Samui after that last rays of light have dissipated in the clear night sky.
Hike to the Summit of Krabi’s Khao Ngon Nak
Your driver will pick you up from your hotel for an energetic hike to the top of Khao Ngon Nak, also known as Dragon Crest Mountain. Khao Ngon Nak is 565 meters above sea level with a 3,700 meter hiking trail to the top that passes a number of picturesque waterfalls and several viewpoints. As we climb you are immersed in nature with the rugged limestone cliffs and lush tropical forest all around. We arrive
at the summit from where you have a stunning view looking down on Krabi town, Ao Nang Beach and the Andaman Sea. We take time to relax and enjoy the amazing panorama below us before commencing our descent and returning to your hotel.
Magical Hong Island by Kayak and Long-tail Boat
We pick you up from your hotel and head to the Sea Kayak pier at Ao Thalane. From here we transfer to Hong Island by long-tail boat, board the kayaks waiting for us and enjoy exploring the fantastic coral reef areas around the island. Hong Island stands out as one of the most beautiful islands of the Andaman coast. As we approach it, you will be impressed by the towering limestone formations, crystal clear water and the powder white sands of Pilay Beach. At the centre of the island lies a hidden lagoon where the nests of the edible-nest swiftlet are collected. Lunch is served on the beach near the National park office. In the afternoon, you have free time to swim and to kayak
around the area.
Tiger Cave temple, Hot Springs & Emerald Lagoon
Explore the lush greenery of the tropical rainforest, enjoy a soothing bath in natural hot springs and walk through the rainforests to explore the different species of plants and animals and enjoy the sight of the Emerald Lagoon. Relish a delicious Thai lunch and visit the sacred Tiger Cave Temple which is one of the most beautiful temples in Krabi.
Island Hopping, Swimming and Cooking
Meet your guide and drive up to the North of Phuket Island to Bang Rong, from here we depart for the island of Koh Naka where we stay for a swim and some sunbathing. Later we continue to Koh Yao Noi island and on the way we are treated to spectacular panoramic views of Phang Nga Bay. Once we arrive at Koh Yao Noi we go straight to the house of khun Mina, a most charming host who is also an expert cook. She shows us how to make some classic Thai dishes such as a Thai curry; some popular stir-fried dishes and more. We have lunch at the house, after which we return to the pier and board our long-tail boat.
Old Phuket Town Discovery
Meet your guide for an early morning cultural walk through Phuket town. This walk is all about observing local daily life so we visit a local shrine, pay our respects to the spirits and learn about such things as the use of traditional herbal medicines. We pass through Phuket town’s old quarter full of the historic Chinese shop houses and also visit a number of old shops, including an old style barber shop. For lunch we try the Muslim style roti and some Chinese noodle dishes as well. Parts of Phuket’s Old Town seem almost to be frozen in time: the printing shops, the old Indian cloth sellers; the hardware stores and Chinese apothecaries – all seem to be from another age.
A taste of Phuket
You meet your guide early in the morning for this Phuket food tasting experience. Phuket town is a unique place with a cuisine that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. We want to take you to the hidden little places only the locals know about. Indulge in a scrumptious breakfast at a little dim sum shop behind the fresh market. Then after walking through the charming, quiet city center try some delicious roti with curry, followed by noodles and other local delicacies. We also visit the local fresh market were you can become familiar with some of the unique products of Thailand. And during our walk, we also explore some of the shrines and sights of Phuket’s old
Phuket’s Wildlife Sanctuary, Gibbons and Mangroves
Transfer to the northeast of Phuket, a part of the island that has remained largely untouched. The only surviving track of rainforest is located here at the Khao Phra Thaeo Wildlife Sanctuary. Amid this lush jungle is the Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre, a private enterprise that aims to reintroduce gibbons back into the wild. Many of the gibbons at the centre were used as ‘props’ for tourists to take photos with and have been poorly treated by their illegal owners. We then hike up to the Bang Pae Waterfall and from there head to Bang Rong, a small Muslim community on the northeast coast where you will almost certainly see monkeys in the mangroves. At the floating restaurant in Bang Rong, tourists can rent kayaks and paddle through mangrove forests along a relatively untouched area of coast.
Phang Nga by Canoe and Private Long Tail Boat
This morning meet your guide and driver who will bring you to Bangrong pier where we take a private long tail boat to explore Phan Nga Bay. When we reach Koh Panak and Koh Hong, we enjoy paddling in the clear waters. In each canoe there is space for
two persons and one guide. We will take you closer to the limestone rocks and explore the nature and caves from the canoes. After this it’s time to have lunch on the beach and enjoy the beautiful view of Phang Nga Bay. In the afternoon visit James Bond Island and explore the coastline around the island before heading back to Phuket.
Bangkok’s bustling capital began as a small trading centre at Chao Phraya River 200 years ago. Today, the city is well known for its great shopping possibilities, diverse nightlife and endless dining options. But, visitors can still find hints of its illustrious past and dazzling temples, glamorous palaces, and colourful markets.
The Ayutthaya Historical Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site just a 2-hour drive from Bangkok. More
Chiang Mai
During a visit to Thailand’s picturesque North, you will discover Thailand’s spiritual side. Life is a lot slower and more traditional here. We love the green hills and serene landscape of Chiang Mai, its rich heritage, the countless trekking possibilities and the possibilities to see wildlife up close. More
Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle
A three-hours drive from Chiang Mai leads to Chiang Rai and the legendary Golden Triangle, where the mighty Mekong and Ruak rivers meet and where Thailand borders Laos and Myanmar. This mystical area with its scenic charme is dotted with remote villages populated by the Hmong, Shan, Yao, Karen, Lahu and Lisu ethnic groups. Here, guests will find an abundance of possibilities to get in touch with local communities. More
Koh Kood (aka. Koh Kut)
Ko Kood (also known as Koh Kut) in the Gulf of Thailand is the country’s fourth largest island. However, it is only little developed and still relatively untouched. We love this island not only because of its tropical rainforests, breathtaking waterfalls and empty white beaches, but also because of the fantastic hotel options we have found here. More
Koh Samui
Ko Samui is one of the most visited islands in Thailand, and with good reason: The country’s third largest island is in our opinion one of the best places for an active beach holiday in Thailand. Although busy in parts, it is still possible to find real solitude if you know where to look. More
The UNESCO World Heritage site Sukhothai was the capital of the Thai Empire for approximately 140 years. As of 2014, 193 temples have been excavated and partly reconstructed.

Koh Phangan
Despite its reputation as a party place, most visitors coming to Koh Phangan are not interested in Hat Rin’s party scene but looking for beautiful beaches, turquoise waters and strolls through the national park with its diverse flora and fauna. We love this hippie-at-heart island and have found beautiful boutique hotels and luxurious resorts for you. More
Khao Sok National Park
Get close to nature at the Khao Sok National Park – one of the oldest evergreen rainforests in the world. Conveniently situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui, a stop at this nature reserve can easily be combined with a trip to one of Thailand’s amazing beaches. Visitors will find rare flora & fauna, huge limestone mountains, deep valleys, breathtaking lakes, exciting caves and wild animals.

Hua Hin
Hua Hin, situated only some 160 km from the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, is a delightful mix of city and sea with long beaches, colourful markets and a great infrastructure. If you are looking for a palm-fringed hideaway, Hua Hin is probably not the place for you. But, this friendly beach town is a great spot if you are looking for some fun beach days and you don’t have the time (and money) to go all the way down South to the islands. More
Despite its reputation as party headquarter, Phuket has some gorgeous corners and fantastic beaches on offer. In fact, we found some of Thailand’s most innovative hotels and luxury resorts on this island.

Khao Lak
Khao Lak is located an hour’s drive north of Phuket on the Andaman Coast. In contrast to Phuket the area is peaceful with a backdrop of jungle covered mountains and kilometre long beaches. More
Koh Lipe
With its sandy white beach and turquoise waters, Koh Lipe might be the island paradise you have been looking for. It takes a little longer to get there but the ferry ride is oh so worth it: Gorgeous salt-white sand crescents, jungled hills, fabulous dive sites and lovely bars with a hippie vibe. This island is one of our favourites. More
With its own airport Krabi is now easily accessible from Bangkok and thus no longer just the haunt of intrepid backpackers. The main beach resort Ao Nang is a little developed for our tastes, but hidden in a small peninsula nearby sits Railay Beach. Accessible only by boat due to high limestone cliffs which cut off the mainland, Railay attracts rock climbers from around the world, but is just as popular for its beautiful beach. Our favourite beach in Krabi is the Tup Kaek Beach with its quiet surroundings, stunning sunsets and fabulous hotel options. More
Kanchanaburi is a couple of hours North West of Bangkok. It is best known for its part in the Second World War when thousands of allied POWs and Asian workers lost their lives during forced construction of the Thai-Burma Railways. Kanchanaburi is a fascinating and moving place, but it is also great for hiking, bamboo rafting and home to a number of tribes. More
Pai is a peaceful town of laidback charm and simple character. Visitors will find unspoilt forest, thundering waterfalls, huge limestone caves and traditional mountain villages.
Isaan is located in the northeastern region of Thailand, close to the borders to Cambodia and Laos. If you want to learn more about Thai traditions and the daily way of life in a beautiful rural area, this is the right place for you. More

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