Railay delivers on promises of white sand beaches, clear blue water, & a feeling like paradise.
The Islands are Thailand's most popular resort areas for a reason but is great for watching the sunset.
The grounds are a maze of royal halls, temples, and ancient relics, it is Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Thailand has cheap and delicious food, and it can be found at Chiang Mai's Sunday Night Walking Street.
Pai is a perfect place from which to enjoy the country's natural beauty & famed Thai hospitality & cooking.
Elephants roaming near waterfalls, exotic birds of prey, monkeys & plenty of other tropical creatures.
Ruins of this old city still stand proud despite enduring centuries of battle and exposure to the elements.
This city was the most important in Thailand, and the old palaces and temples stand as a testament to this.
The best-known in Chiang Mai sits atop Doi Suthep, a mountain overlooking Thailand's northern rose of a city.
One of the floating markets is a fun way to do some shopping and eating while supporting local vendors.
The waterfall was named after the erawan. The seven-tiered falls are said to resemble the erawan.
Boasts the most impressive Khmer ruins in Thailand. The temples were built during 11th and 12th century.
It is a popular national park consisting of 42 islands, which are close together for easy island hopping.
Wat Arun’s distinctive prang, or spires, are lavishly adorned with colorful patterns of seashells and porcelain.