Enjoy the thriving metropolis that is Thailand’s capital city. This riverine city, strung out along the Chao Phraya River and sliced up by an extensive network of canals known as klongs, is best enjoyed from the water. Take the ferry to the Grand Palace, Wat Arun and the city’s many other riverside sights. At the end of the day, ascend to one of Bangkok’s many rooftop bars and watch the sun sink below the horizon behind the absorbingThai capital.

9h01m to Chang Mai

1h05m to Chang Mai

6-11,Chang Mai

Visit the largest and most culturally significant city in North Thailand. This is a foodie’s paradise: the range of street food unrivalled anywhere in the country. Visit the historic walled city where you’ll stumble upon ancient temples around every corner, but for the best of all, Doi Suthep, you’ll need to travel to the edge of town. Ascend its staircase to benefit from panoramic views across the surrounding countryside.

9h01m to Chang Mai

1h55m to Phuket


Enjoy this beautiful province known for its large rainforests, mountainous interior, and plam-fringed coastline bordering the Andaman Sea. The area features some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, and is also home to manyluxurious hotels and intimate guesthouses. With popular spas, cafes, bars and restaurants, the province is perfect for relaxation and leisure.

2h01m to Khao Lak

1h55m to Phuket

17-21,Khao Lak

Lie back and enjoy the 25km of beaches which comprise Khao Lak. The area’s the jumping off point for scuba diving trips to the Similan Islands, but this family friendly, unspoilt stretch of coastline exerts a strong pull on many tourists seeking a typical Thai holiday.