Islands in the south may be one of the main draws for travellers in Thailand, however, parts of the mainland should not be overlooked.
Ao Phang Nga is a national park with a landscape dominated by limestone cliffs jutting out majestically from its surrounding emerald waters. Popular amongst day-trippers, this doesn’t detract from its beauty.
Khao Sok National Park is one of the world’s oldest rainforests and is an incredible location for trekking and adventurous activities. The landscape here is adorned with calm lakes, waterfalls, caves and gigantic limestone mountains.
If it’s an island getaway you’re seeking, the Trang islands provide serene, picturesque locations for relaxation. Trang town has fortunately not been touched by mass tourism, so the food here is very authentic and the atmosphere is peaceful.
If the landscapes, parks and islands in southern Thailand take your fancy, have a chat with our experts about your next tailor-made holiday.