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As Thailand’s capital and most populous city, Bangkok is not only the country’s business and tourism center, it is also the country’s focal point in terms of cultural events

Chiang Mai

Located in the center of the province of the same name, Chiang Mai is the spiritual capital of Thailand

Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is the northernmost province of Thailand, which is becoming increasingly popular among tourists thanks to its unique natural surroundings and fascinating heritage

Hua Hin

Hua Hin is one of the oldest and most reputable beach resort towns in the country, with even the royal family putting down roots here

Khao Lak

Khao Lak is a resort town in the Phang Nga province only just emerging as a tourist center, and as such is better suited to those with families or who are not in any kind of rush

Koh Chang

Second only to Phuket in terms of size, Koh Chang is the second largest island in Thailand

Koh Kood (Kut)

Koh Kood is unrivalled in terms of its privacy and tropical landscapes, which is why you see it most often in the Bounty chocolate bar commercials

Koh Lanta Yai

Koh Lanta Yai makes up the largest part of the Koh Lanta archipelago, located in southern Krabi province

Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan is one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand

Koh Samed

Samad belongs to Rayong province. It is a small island, only 6 km. It is one of the most popular resorts in Thailand

Pattaya, Head office:
565/83 Moo 10, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150, Thailand

Phuket office: 16/125-126, Моо 2, Kathu, Tambon Kathu, Amphoe Kathu, Chang Wat, Phuket 83120, Thailand

Regional contacts:

Bangkok: 40/6 Soi Sukhumvit 49, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Samui: 80/107 Moo 5, Choengmon Street, Bophut, Koh Samui, Suratthani 84320, Thailand

Krabi: 495/37–38 Tanasap Village, Utarakij Road, Krabi Yai, Muang, Krabi 81000, Thailand

Koh Chang: 21/15 Moo 4, Klong Prao Beach, Koh Chang, Trat 23170, Thailand

Help for Tourists 24/7 hotline: +66 89 009 50 00

+66 33 678 505

+66 33 678 506 (fax)

+66 92 279 11 99

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Chiang Mai

Located in the center of the province of the same name, Chiang Mai is the spiritual capital of Thailand. Here, the big city conveniences and traditions of bygone centuries combine naturally, attracting tourists by the tens of thousands with its incredible outdoor world and numerous cultural and historical monuments.


Chiang Mai is located in an attractive mountainous district, about 700 km north of Bangkok. The climate is much cooler here than in the regions further south, with temperatures rising to a maximum of +30 °C in the summer, and dropping to a bitter, by local standards, 13-14° C in the winter. Tourists should pack warm clothes if they plan to travel to this part of the country as there is no central heating regardless of the time of year.

Beach Vacations

Vacationing by the sea in the northern regions is not an option. If you’re planning a beach holiday but also want to take in this northerly province, it is recommended you include a few days in the south.


Chiang Mai is the cultural and religious center of the country. Its name can be translated as “new city”, which it was called after becoming the new capital of the Lan Na kingdom when it was founded in 1296. The area later became a part of Thailand in the 18th century.

There are several temples in the city wholly revered by Buddhists; one of these is Wat Phra Singh. Built in 1368, this temple is famous for its golden Buddha statue, which itself has a sordid history. The second most important sanctuary is Wat Chedi Luang, which was built 1381 and is in rough shape despite there being a local center for the study of Buddhism located on its premises.

Entertainment and Active Leisure

Among the various attractions are night safaris in one of the largest zoos in Southeast Asia, an underwater show at the local aquarium, and hiking in the jungle-covered mountains.

Chiang Mai also hosts many events and festivals. Some of the most spectacular include Loy Krathong; Thai Valentine's Day, which is not celebrated on such a large scale anywhere else in the country; International Balloon Festival; and Flower Festival, giving the city its second name, “Northern Rose”.


The Chiang Mai Night Market is famous throughout the country for its quantity and variety of local handmade goods, including clothing and footwear, famous Chiang Mai umbrellas, household goods, bags, and jewelry.


In Chiang Mai, real estate is reasonable, restaurants are cheap, and there are plenty of opportunities for an inexpensive but interesting vacation.

Please note:

tourists who do not speak English may face difficulties; this is the main international language spoken in this area.