Category Archives: Attractions

  • Ko Phangan, Ko Tao and Ko Nang Yuan

    Ko Phangan, Ko Tao and Ko Nang Yuan

    The following galleries are to complement the feature story titled: Ko Phangan – a tranquil getaway in the Gulf of Thailand Gallery 1: Ko Phangan has stunning palm fringed beaches where the clear waters tempt visitors to swim and snorkel. Mae Hat is a must-visit beach and there’s a…

  • Top attractions in Nakhon Si Thammarat

    Top attractions in Nakhon Si Thammarat

    The following galleries are to complement the feature story titled: Seeking out the awesome in Nakhon Si Thammarat Gallery 1:  Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan, dating from the 13th Century, is the most important temple in the south and is famous for bell-shaped 78-metre chedi. There is some stunning Buddhist…

  • Top Attractions in Surin

    Top Attractions in Surin

    In the northeast of Thailand, Surin is a province that has so much more to offer, from amazing Khmer ruins, national parks and bustling markets to explore. And, with CNN having voted Isan as one of the world’s must-see destinations for 2017, there’s no better time to explore unique…

  • Attractions in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai

    Attractions in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai

    The following galleries are to complement the feature story titled: Northern Delights – three days in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai Gallery 1: Wat Rong Khun   Gallery 2: Ban Dam – Black House Museum   Gallery 3: Doi Tung Royal Villa and Mae Fah Luang Garden Gallery 4:…

  • Ayutthaya, Thailand

    Ayutthaya, Thailand

    The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Newsroom is pleased to provide the international media with this photo gallery featuring some of the many historical attractions in Ayutthaya. Should an article about Ayutthaya and its history be required, members of the international media are welcome to republish the TAT Newsroom’s…

  • The many pleasures of Phetchaburi

    The many pleasures of Phetchaburi

    Only a short drive from Bangkok, Phetchaburi boasts lovely beaches, bustling markets, historical sites, natural wonders and amazing local food, not to mention Thailand’s largest national park. So if you have a few days free to explore head south and discover some of the many pleasures of Phetchaburi. Here…

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