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Tropical, friendly and adventure-packed, Thailand is a family-friendly beach destination just under ten hours flight from Sydney Airport. Favoured by honeymooners, couples, families and solo travellers alike, Thailand is a mix of water, jungle, mountains and villages. Luxurious resorts, boutique hotels and backpacker hostels are all scattered across the country’s various regions. Renowned for sensational food, welcoming locals and outdoor activities, Thailand is a place you’ll want to return to time and time again.
Bangkok is the thriving capital city of Thailand and where most tourists begin their Thailand adventure. Known for its great street food, entertainment, markets and temples, Bangkok is an eclectic mix of activity. With definitely more than meets the eye, Bangkok’s attractions include parks, museums, theatres, shrines and zoos.
Chiang Mai is one of the largest cities in Northern Thailand and attracts over 5 million tourists per year to its creative and laid-back streets. With the Northern Thailand mountains at its side, Chiang Mai is beautiful and traditional, yet strikingly modern. Great food, national parks, animal parks and natural wonders are all a part of the Chiang Mai experience.
Koh Samui is Thailand’s second largest island and an idyllic island retreat. Koh Samui, or ‘Samui’ as the locals simply refer to it, is a location packed with both adventure and relaxation. Just about every type of activity is available in a tour form, including snorkelling, diving, 4WD tours, elephant rides and cultural sightseeing. Catering for every type of traveller, Koh Samui will fit in with your mood and surprise you with its array of attractions.
Krabi is a picturesque destination on the Adaman Sea, notorious for luxurious beaches and resorts. While Krabi town is mainly a tourist hub full of resorts and restaurants, beautiful islands, waterfalls and secluded beaches are all a short boat trip away.