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With its ancient ruins, jungle hills, vibrantly attired minority people, exquisite tropical beaches and knock-out cuisine, Thailand could have been purpose-built as a visitor destination. “What”, as they say “is not to like?”
Moreover, the country’s world-beating tourism industry has weathered the economic ups and downs of the past decades with admirable insouciance, developing new, ever more sophisticated forms all the time, particularly in the accommodation sector. Some of the beachside five-stars and beautifully sited boutique hotels featured on TransIndus tours will take your breath away.
Our itineraries incorporate the full gamut of unique experiences Thailand has to offer, from scuba diving off the narrow Kra Peninsula in the far south to tours of the hill tribe villages on the northern borders. Between the two lies the cradle of Thai civilization, the central plains, where the ancient capitals of Sukhothai and Ayutthaya offer a fascinating historic counterpoint to the gleaming gold and exuberantly decorated temples of Bangkok, where the royal palace is the home of the country’s most revered treasure, the ‘Emerald Buddha’.
Visit the real bridge on the old Siam–Burma Railway whose construction during World War II inspired the film, Bridge Over the River Kwai.
This sumptuously decorated chapel overlooking the banks of the Chao Phraya River is home to Thailand’s most revered ancient treasure: the famous Emerald Buddha.