Starting off in the Thai capital, Bangkok, you’ll have three nights to explore the cultural wonders of the city. Taking in the many restaurants and bars of Khao San Road, trying the amazing street food, and stopping off at a temple or two. After this, you’ll have seven nights of complete relaxation in Khao Lak. Just north of Phuket, it’s a wonderful beachside resort where you won’t have a trouble in the world.
Those wanting to extend their trip even further can add even more Thai destinations when talking to a sales agent.
AETAS Bangkok Hotel
AETAS Bangkok is a brand-new, 4-star hotel for an unforgettable stay in the Thai capital. Designed with a contemporary style, the hotel offers its guest an array of international deluxe accommodations, ideal transport connections, and a wonderful location. Situated behind a tranquil park in Soi Ruamrudee, the hotel is serene space away from the busy and bustling areas of the city. The hotel's central location makes it a perfect base for exploring the city – within easy reach Bangkok's shopping districts, banks, and many restaurants.
Back at AETAS Bangkok, you’ll find an onsite spa, gym, and even an outdoor pool found on the hotel’s sixth floor, which is serviced by the Time Out pool bar. In addition to this, there is a wonderful restaurant serving a combination of Thai, Asian, and Western dishes for each meal, as well as an elegant lobby bar.
Apsara Beachfront Resort & Villa
Discover the natural beauty of Thailand at the tranquil and romantic Apsara Beachfront Resort & Villa. Located on a secluded beachfront in Khao Lak, Phang Nga province, the area offers a myriad of stunning natural attractions including Phang Nga Bay – where hundreds of islets rise from calm emerald waters.
The 4-star Apsara Beachfront Resort and Villa is a mecca for nature-lovers everywhere. A gorgeous hideaway boasting white sands, azure blue Andaman Sea, tropical gardens and a picturesque lagoon, it’s exceedingly easy to feel relaxed here. Perfect for honeymoons and weddings, the serene resort offers a range of luxury accommodation from rooms and suites to private villas. With a rejuvenating spa, delicious dining venues and superior leisure facilities and services, guests will find all they need for a wonderfully relaxing holiday.
Cultural souls will find plenty to do in Thailand, with numerous temples and palaces found in a variety of major cities. A wealth of museums and galleries help visitors catch up on their historical knowledge and art, with the bulk of the most famous offerings being found in the capital. Bangkok is also a great place to go for sightseeing, with plenty of markets and boutiques to try out. The beaches of Thailand are second to none - white sands with turquoise waters and water sports galore. Phuket is perhaps the most well-known beach resort, while Khao Lak, Krabi, and the numerous islands offer stiff competition. Visits to Elephant orphanages are very popular, especially in places like Chiang Mai – where there are numerous ethical organisations providing conservation for the gentle giants. Nightlife is another huge selling point for the country with a wealth of funky bars and nightclubs to be enjoyed in the cities and along the coastlines. And now for the food. Blending elements of several Southeast Asian traditions, Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components – sampling the best dishes in each city is a must when you visit.
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