In the first capital of Siam, there’s a wonderful collection of historic monuments from this great city.
Getting out of Chiang Mai is a great way to see northern Thailand. A road trip to Nan takes you through a land of markets, temples and art.
When one Thai woman was given a royal blessing to pass on her talents to others, she made it her life work. Meet the incredible Pranom Tapang.
Yes, the Ayothaya Floating Market is made for tourists – but for local Thai tourists! That makes for an interesting enough sight in itself.
This spectacular cave in the Thai city of Phetchaburi is special not just because of the statues inside, but for the way they catch the light.
Riding the Death Railway and seeing the track where so many people lost their lives is a sobering experience. It’s hard to imagine what it was like.
So many good men lost their lives during the construction of the ill-fated Burma-Thailand Railway. Hellfire Pass is a moving tribute to the POWs.
The Erawan Falls are on the most popular spots in all the national parks of Thailand. Just a short trip from Kanchanaburi, it’s a beautiful place to relax.
It was once the largest city on earth, a trading metropolis with people from around the world. Now there are just ruins… still worth the visit, though!