Closely connected to the west, Thailand still keeps its unique identity.
With a rich history of traditional and culinary arts, Thailand is full of contemporary artists, featuring their work in a mix of outdoor-indoor spaces. From molecular cuisine to contemporary design, Thai are experts of creating alternate worlds.
Beyond Bangkok’s glitz and glamour, traditional wood stilt neighborhoods still exist. Try kayaking or long-tail boat to explore of one of the less touristy floating markets.
Northern Thailand is known for its temples, cuisine, and village to village hiking. Surprising to many, it is becoming a road cycling training ground, drawing in cyclists each winter to train.
Moving south, the famous Thai coast has two distinct climate. The West coast has its dry season from Oct to April. Alternatively, the East coast has its dry season from April through September.