It's Time to Come Back to Thailand! - Remote Lands Newsletter July 2014

21 July 2014
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Remote Lands Newsletter July 2014
Despite years of on-off political turmoil and a recent military coup, visitors just keep on coming to Thailand. Its vibrant capital Bangkok was the world's most popular city for tourism in 2013. How does the country remain so resiliently successful? The answers are simple - friendly, welcoming people, some of Asia's finest beaches, fun nightlife, superb cuisine, ancient tribal culture, and many world-class luxury hotels and resorts. And with the recent military curfew now lifted, Thailand is 100% open for business and ready to welcome you!
As well as being the world's foremost ultra-luxe Asia tour operator, Remote Lands is also a Thailand on-site ground operator, with its Asia headquarters and operations hub based in Bangkok, which makes us the perfect partner for your Thailand trip! So have a look at some of our suggested itineraries, then email us on [email protected] to start planning your Amazing Thailand holiday.

Bangkok & Beyond Thailand's awe-inspiring capital, a dazzling mix of modern skyscrapers, ancient temples, cutting-edge shopping malls and traditional street hawkers, is the world's most popular tourist city. This 4-day itinerary shows you the best of this fascinating city where you will stay at the fabulous Peninsula, Mandarin Oriental or Siam hotel. You will also visit the nearby towns of Kanchanaburi (home of the infamous River Kwai bridge) and Thailand's ancient capital, Ayutthaya - paradise for Asia history and temple junkies.
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Thailand by Air, Sea, Road & Rail ...and elephant! This epic 17-day journey across Thailand kicks off in Chiang Rai, the country's elephant hotspot, where you will bathe, train and ride your own elephant, before moving onto historic Chiang Mai and bustling Bangkok, and finally relaxing on the beach at one of Phuket's luxury resorts (such as Amanpuri, Andara or the new Point Yamu by Como). And did we mention a ride on the classic Belmond Eastern & Oriental Express train?
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Biking Mae Hong Son & the Mountain Jungles of Northern Thailand Thailand may be most famous for its colourful capital and stunning beaches, but the north of the country also offers stunning mountain scenery, lush jungle and tribal villages - perfect terrain for a challenging bike trip! This exhilarating 9-day itinerary kicks off in Thailand's second city, Chiang Mai, before taking you along picturesque forest trails to Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son and Pai, meeting various tribal villagers en route. 

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Beautiful, Bountiful Beaches Mention Thailand, and most people will immediately think of idyllic, white-sand beaches gently sloping down to azure seas. This luxurious itinerary gives you seven days to experience some of the country's finest beaches in Phuket, the Similan Islands and Krabi, while staying at some of Asia's best beach resorts (including Trisara and Ritz-Carlton Phulay Bay) and enjoying private yachts, diving, snorkelling and other watersports.
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