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Thailand

Background & Highlights

Ever since the 16th century "Siam" has conjured up images of a sumptuous court life and the mysterious Orient. Modern Thailand is much more than an exotic getaway it is a fiercely independent kingdom which, unlike its neighbours, has never been colonised.

Even now, hospitality is a way of life to its proud, resilient people, ...

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Thai Dance

Although the traditional performing arts are not as vibrant as they once were, suffering inroads by western entertainments and generally changing tastes, Thai dance drama is not extinct. What survives displays the elegance of an art form refined over centuries and supported by regal patronage.

Mountain Bike Tours

Kanchanaburi & The River Kwai by mountain bike
Kanchanaburi is Thailand's third largest province lying 130-kilometres west and a comfortable 2-hour drive from Bangkok. The Province is rich in rainforest, lakes, rivers and wildlife, as well as ethnic minority people, and makes for some scenic as well as challenging biking.

Traditional Medicine

Thai Village Life and Traditional Medicine
Thailand's cultural and social roots are firmly set in the countryside, in fact, when Mahatma Gandhi said of his home country "... the real India is in the villages". He could just as easily have been referring to Thailand, a country whose political and cultural birth was in the "million rice fields" of the ancient Lanna Thai Kingdom.

Dive Packages

Dive the Andaman Islands, India
This group of 500+ islands lying some 280 miles to the north west of Phuket cover an area of approximately 3000 square miles and are ripe for discovery, and you can be among the first to dive here.

Dive Packages

Land Based Diving, Andaman Sea
Thailand's best dive sites are located on the southwest coastline of the Andaman Sea, extending from the Burmese border in the north to the Malaysian border in the south.

Thai Dance

Although the traditional performing arts are not as vibrant as they once were, suffering inroads by western entertainments and generally changing tastes, Thai dance drama is not extinct. What survives displays the elegance of an art form refined over centuries and supported by regal patronage.
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