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Thailand Tours

Travel to Thailand to see pristine tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, and ancient temples in the mountain mist. Begin your tour of Thailand in Bangkok, the frenetic capital, where the incredible street-food options and nightlife are unparalleled. Visit the Grand Palace, an ornate complex that now houses a museum, the art collection in Jim Thompson House, and see Wat Arun on the banks of the Chao Phraya River.  For a unique, authentic Thai experience, visit the famous floating market of Damnoen Saduak to the southwest of the city. Visit Hellfire Pass in Kanchanaburi, a sobering reminder of the horrors of the Thai-Burma Railroad, constructed by Allied POWs in the Second World War. In the mountains to the north is Chiang Mai, an important cultural and religious city dating to the 13th century.  Here you’ll find elaborate Buddhist temples including gilded Wat Doi Suthep and Wat Phra Singh, as well as the Elephant Nature Park—a rescue and rehabilitation sanctuary for elephants abused in circuses or riding attractions.

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