Thailand is one of the UK's most popular luxury holiday
destinations and rightly so. It's not just the stunning
beaches, incredible marine life, vibrant cities and
unique hotels that keep bringing people back, but
the realisation that this truly is the 'land of smiles'.
Whether travelling for that world class Hotel, Beach
or Golf course, you will soon be planning your return
trip to Thailand!
Discover the following:
Eco Tourism in Thailand
To be in touch with nature and to help conserve it
for future generations, eco-hotels and touring are
designed for responsible nature lovers. Appreciate
the beauty of Thailand, view its wonders, but keep
it intact for others too.
Experience riding through the forests on the back
of a king of the jungle, and learn to appreciate their
mighty strength and agility. Most elephant camps that
offer treks are based in Chiang Mai, but elephant
rides are also offered at tourist destinations in
most resort towns.
Take a cruise and view the impressive scenery the
Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea has to offer.
Travel in style and leisure in a luxury liner or travel
intimately in a converted rice barge up the Chao Phraya
Thailand offers ideal terrain for hiking, from the
limestone forests of Krabi to the undulating mountains
in the North, where many hill tribe people live. Head
over to any national parks for nature-based trekking,
teeming with wildlife, waterfalls, and other natural
attractions. Some treks incorporate elephant safaris
and other modes of transportation.
Sometimes the best way to learn about Thai culture
is simply by walking around and immersing yourself
with the people. Most walking tours involve temples
and in Bangkok, sometimes walking is much faster than
Some of the rarest tropical animals and birds can
still be found in the nation's national parks. The
most common trips are bird watching, but even a simple
walk in any mountainous area will guarantee a sighting
of gibbons and monkeys.