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November 11, 2019
Known to locals as Sop Ruak, the Golden Triangle is the English-language nickname for the hilly, forested area in the north of Thailand, where it meets Laos and Burma. Despite the region’s fraught history, today it’s a serene landscape where you can explore coffee plantations, traditional villages and slow, winding rivers, as well as one...
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Khao Lak itself is a petite coastal village on Thailand’s east coast, but the name tends to encircle the surrounding jungle and a long stretch of blond sand that runs alongside the Andaman Sea. An hour and a half by car from Phuket International Airport, Khao Lak gives you a more tranquil alternative to Phuket or Krabi, with...
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As the morning mist settles around the jungle-topped karsts of Khao Sok National Park, it’s mistakable for Vietnam’s Halong Bay, Borneo’s Sarawak or Guilin in China. Millions of years ago, they were all connected, as part of a continent-straddling coral reef. Plates then collided, creating the Himalaya, which crumpled, folded and separated the landscape around...
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At the height of the Siam Kingdom in the 17th century, Ayutthaya was the largest city in the world. The capital of Siam for just over four centuries, the city strategically stood at the confluence of three rivers, laid out in a systematic grid of roads, moats and canals. Ransacked by the Burmese in 1767,...
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Thailand’s second largest city, Chiang Mai is a clean-aired, carefree contrast to Bangkok. Locked between the country’s northern hills, the city is surrounded by jungle on all sides. Visitors to Chiang Mai tend to linger here, learning about the region’s aromatic food, relaxing in the laid-back hotels and walking through temple ruins. Once the capital...
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Sitting on the marine-trade route between India and China, Phuket is a medley of the Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and Thai cultures that have left their mark on the island. Tin mines and rubber trees once brought inhabitants their fortune. Thanks to the pull of its congenially laid-back beaches and clear waters, it’s still the richest...
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That quintessential Thai image of a brightly painted longtail boat moored in turquoise water? It’s likely to have been taken from one of Krabi’s trademark karst islands. The province stretches along Thailand’s southeast coast, graduating from a thick jungle interior to blonde beaches that taper gently into bathwater-warm water. More than 150 limestone islands disperse...
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Opposed to the bright lights, fast pace and noise of some Asian megacities, Bangkok’s more relaxed tone, easily navigable public transport and keen-to-please residents make a gentler introduction into Southeast Asian life. Originally marking the map as a key trading post of the 15th-century Ayutthaya Kingdom, Bangkok is still very much a commercial hub. You...
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