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Tuesday, September 28, 2021



Destinations in Thailand (7)

  • Ayutthaya, Thailand

    A 90-minute drive north of Bangkok brings you to the ancient city of Ayutthaya – pronounced eye-YOU-teeuh – which was the Thai capital for 417 years before it was destroyed by the Burmese in 1767. Up until that time it was a bustling...

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  • Bangkok, Thailand

    Bangkok is a city of rare contrasts, at once religious and risqué, where saffron-robed monks wander along the same congested sidewalks upon which ladies of the night ply their trade, and where the smartly dressed European businessperson towers...

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  • Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Chiang Mai is the main city in the region, known as the “rose of the north.” Most that come here do so after spending a few days in Bangkok. And the contrast is incredible. From the buzz and bustle of the capital there is a gentler lifestyle...

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  • Chiang Rai, Thailand

    This is Thailand’s most northerly city, the gateway to the golden triangle, which is anxious to swap its opium-growing image of days gone by for that of an up-and-coming tourist town. Slowly it moves in that direction with some newer and more...

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  • Kanchanaburi, Thailand

    The city of Kanchanaburi, 150 kilometers west of Bangkok, is a lively picturesque spot best known as the home of the Bridge on the River Kwai; it’s a pleasant drive from Bangkok on a good scenic highway. Kanchanaburi Province is full of...

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  • Phuket, Thailand

    Phuket – a tropical paradise jammed with endless pleasures and treasures – has long been Thailand’s top tourist destination. The island, which is approximately the size of Singapore, has everything from ancient relics to zoos. There is something...

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