Thailand 2015

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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Ayutthaya Historical Park
Nicknamed ‘The Venice of the East’ with a network of canals, the ancient city of Ayutthaya is one mighty place filled with a long history and interest. read more

Shop Till you Drop
The shopping in Bangkok is a bustling draw card for many tourists. From high-end boutiques to market street stalls, there is bargains suitable for everyone. read more

Campervan Thailand
There are many different ways to get around Thailand such as tuk tuks, taxis, motorbikes, but Kim and Trev see Thailand in a whole new way and do some exploring in style – in a campervan! read more

Chumphon Markets
With Chumphon being rich in agriculture, visitors should head to the hills for a taste of all of the seasonal street stalls on the highways and roadsides. read more

Chumphon Town
Maintaining the raw and authentic Thai charm without the crowds, the amazing hidden gem Sairee beach is off the tourist track and is uncrowded, unspoilt and complete solitude. read more

Elephant Hills Lake Camp
In the turn of the 19th Century, over 100,000 Asian elephants filled Thailand but today there are only 2,500. A total world population is put at between 40,000 and 47,000, and research also puts this number as declining at around 3% per year. read more

Elephant Hills Rainforest Camp
Visit the world’s oldest rainforest  - older than the Amazon. The team stay in the Elephant Hills floating luxury camp situated on one of Thailand’s most spectacular lakes the CheowLan Lake. read more

Elephant Hills Trekking
The contrast of the limestone cliffs and green water at Khao Sok National Park is an absolutely breathtaking site to see from the water but the best way to experience the park is to actually trek through the jungle. read more

Let’s Sea Hotel
Getaway from Thailand and lie in front of the beach with cocktail in complete luxury at a little slice of hidden paradise. Hua Hin, in the Prachuap Khiri Khan Province of Thailand is not well known by Australian visitors. read more

Rooftop Bar
A visit to Thailand is all about relaxation and one way to do that in Bangkok is by taking on the surrounds, 38 floors above the hustling bustling city. read more

Rooftop Spa
Caty indulges in a day of pampering at the exclusive RarinJinda Wellness Spa. Being Thailand’s first rooftop spa, the RarinJinda is 30 stories up, multi-award winning and completely luxurious. read more

Water Park Vana Nava
One place you have to go to have fun in Thailand? The Vana Nava Water Park! Asia’s first water jungle allows you to have fun and cool off at the same time and is located right in the heart of Thailand’s most renowned resort town – Hua Hin. read more

Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan
Thailand is a country of deeply spiritual people, predominantly of Buddhist faith. Buddhism first came to Thailand about 2,000 years ago and there are some amazing temples across the country. read more

Rock Climbing
Ao Nang is a developed town but charming with a small town feel. It’s a great destination to visit as Railay, one of the best beaches in the world. read more

Thai Cooking Lesson  - Krabi Cookery School
Trevor’s favourite Thai dish is the famous green curry chicken, and so he decided to take a cooking lesson from Chonlaya ‘Ya’ Laothang, at Krabi Thai Cookery School. read more

The Royal Barge Museum
There was a time in Bangkok when the Chao Phraya River and its tributaries were the most important means of transportation and the lifeblood of this city. read more

Street Food
Bangkok’s is one of the world’s biggest and most vibrant cities that seamlessly meld the old and historic with the modern and cosmopolitan. read more

Loi Krathong Festival
Loi Krathong Festival is celebrated annually throughout Thailand, and the name translates to 'float a basket', and comes from the tradition of making krathong, or buoyant, decorated baskets, which are then floated on a river. read more

Island Hopping
One of the greatest pleasures you will have in Thailand is spending time on the beach and exploring the coastline. The beaches are, without doubt, one of this country’s most famous assets. read more

Kiriwong Village
Nestled at the foot of Khao Luang mountain range in Thailand’s South is Baan Kiriwong, which translated means the village surrounded by mountains.  It’s just a short flight from Bangkok but a world away from its hustle and bustle. read more

Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall
Modern Bangkok with its fast paced way of life disguises an ancient empire. It’s home to Thailand’s Royal family, a dynasty since 1238, and it’s still in place today. read more

Amphawa Canal
There is a market that everyone should visit when in Thailand. It’s an hour’s drive southwest of Bangkok, Amphawa Floating Market, and it starts where all markets in Thailand started – on the water! read more