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Check the URL for errors.Phuket, commonly referred to as the “Pearl of the South,” is Thailand’s largest island, and is our most popular destination.
Phuket Island is a stunning combination of golden beaches, turquoise seas, green hills, mangroves, rainforest and an exciting night life.
Phuket lies in the Andaman Sea surrounded by beautiful islets and to the northeast, the stunning limestone outcrops of Phang Nga Bay.
Few islands can boast of such an abundance of sandy beaches and clear waters as Phuket. The winding coastal roads along the west coast of this 540-square-km island offer stunning views and easy access to some of the world’s finest beaches.
Pattaya is nestled along a picturesque bay on the East Coast of the Gulf of Thailand, roughly 170 kilometres southeast of Bangkok.
From a fishing village in the 1960s, Pattaya has emerged as the favourite Southeast Asian vacation centre.
Pattaya’s relaxing tropical ambience offers every ingredient for memorable holidays. Accommodation ranges from luxurious hotels with superb convention facilities to simple guesthouses. There is a plenty of sporting opportunities both on land and water including golfing, game fishing and scuba-diving. Theme and amusement parks, offbeat museums and botanical gardens offer.
Koh Samui, situated off the East Coast in Southern Thailand is the third largest island. An island of natural beauty and charm, a place where you can have your holiday anyway you like it, kicked back and relaxed or active and fast paced.
Koh Samui a 1 hour flight from Phuket or Bangkok and offers something for everyone, a buzzing nightlife or isolated white sandy beaches where serenity and seclusion is perfect for one of our Perfect Pairs getaways!
Koh Samui weather is almost always beautiful. Blue sky days and a nice ocean breeze are the norm. For the purists, late December to the end of March is the ideal tropical island weather experience.
Some like it hot! If so, April to June is the time to really bake. Some like it wet! Try mid-October to early December.
There are some things – the hot weather, the pollution, the political instability – that make Bangkok a less-than-ideal city. But there’s so much more that makes it amazing. The Culture, the Food… What other city has such a full-flavoured, no-holds-barred, insatiable, fanatical approach to eating?
With so much of life conducted on the street, there are few cities in the world that reward exploration as handsomely as Bangkok. Cap off an extended boat trip with a visit to a hidden market. A stroll off Banglamphu’s beaten track can wind up in a conversation with a monk. Get lost in the tiny lanes of Chinatown and stumble upon a live Chinese opera performance. After dark, let the Skytrain escort you to Sukhumvit, where the local nightlife scene reveals a sophisticated and dynamic city.