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Thailand, the Land of Smiles, with its exotic culture, fantastic natural scenery and beaches, excellent cuisine and the famous 'Thai smile', Thailand attracts over 10 million visitors a year. It boasts lovely coastal areas, cosmopolitan cities, unspoiled countryside, great shopping and plenty of activities.

The 'Big Mango', Bangkok, is a concrete jungle that packs mega-malls and nightclubs in amongst its notorious traffic jams. Bangkok has gleaming temples and palaces and some of the best shopping and night life in Asia. The Grand Palace will take your breath away, as will the ancient ruins upriver at Ayutthaya.

The islands and beaches of southern and eastern Thailand have many popular destinations and most visitors head straight for the beaches of Phuket, Samui or Krabi, yet up-and-coming hotspots like Phi-Phi, Koh Chang and Koh Lanta are new favourites. Once you've explored what's in land, explore the underwater offerings of the remote Similan or Surin islands.

Central Thailand is the historical heartland with grand historical ruins such as Ayutthaya and Sukhothai, while Northern Thailand is covered with rugged, jungle-clad mountains that are dotted with hill tribe villages which make for spectacular trekking around Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son. The northern city of Chiang Mai offers trekking adventures into hill tribe dotted territory as well as plenty of modern conveniences and is a great base for discovering the smaller tourist spots of Mae Hong Son and Chiang Rai.

North Eastern Thailand is one of the least visited parts of Thailand, which offers its own home-style charm, plus there are some spectacular Khmer-era ruins such as Phi Mai, Phanom Rung and Prasat Khao Phra Wihan to keep things interesting.