Beyond the soaring skyscrapers of Thailand's capital Bangkok, there's traditional scenes of rural life aplenty, from the farming communities of central Thailand to the hill tribes of Chiang Rai.
With a rich cultural heritage heavily influenced by the wide-spread practise of Theravada Buddhism, saffron-clad monks and gleaming temples are a familiar sight throughout the country. In the southern reaches of Thailand are the palm-fringed beaches and crystal clear waters of Hua Hin and Krabi, for travellers who want some of the country’s famed sun, sea and sand thrown in with their travels.
For something quite special, join us for Thailand’s Yi Peng Festival. Celebrated of the end of the rainy season, you'll see locals floating Krathongs on the river for luck in love and life, or launching ‘Kom Loi’ or paper lanterns to send their troubles away.