Two remote valleys, at 6500 metres altitude, with mountains and glaciers of an unquestionably charm.
Locally known as Cu Lao Cham, this group of islands features beautiful landscapes and great diving spots.
It's Thailand's largest island and tourism has transformed it into Thailand's wealthiest province.
The perfect destination for both sea lovers and climbers, a place where stunning rock formations rise from the emerald sea.
Khao Lak has made an amazing recovery after the 2004 tsunami and now it has the same beautiful clear waters, unspoilt beaches and diving sanctuaries, all in a relaxing atmosphere.
Panglao is famous for its world class diving locations and is home to numerous tourist resorts.
The picture postcard beaches and excellent snorkeling are a big draw for tourists from all over the world.
A tropical island in the Philippines, with long white beaches rivaling the Caribbean beaches.
A relaxed atmosphere and great beaches is what you'll find in Ko Samet, just 200 km from Bangkok.