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Ayuthaya

Nothing is more original than an eco-adventure cruise on board a river barge on the Chawlpraya, literally called "the river of the kings", together with the discovery of its surroundings by bicycle.

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Korat

After Heaven in the National Park of Kao Yai, welcome to Hell with the visit to a temple that will reveal all your sins: a representation of Heaven and Hell, attractions and small trains...

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Mae Sot

On the Burmese border, the national park of Umphang offers everything that we can expect of an excursion in the jungle: abounding nature, dirty trails, bathing at the foot of the cascades and small forgotten villages.

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Mae Hong Son

Whereas Mae Hong usually offers to the traveller an atmosphere of tranquillity in the middle of the mountains, the equinox of spring sees a millennial Buddhist ceremony taking place where the boys become, for some time, girls...

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Bangkok

Although Bangkok is rather reputed for giving its residents a life of stress, with respiratory problems or various allergies, a health centre established in a hundred-year-old teak house specializes in detoxification using natural methods.

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Koh Tao

Koh Tao called the Turtle Island because of its shape is one of the best places in South-east Asia for all those who want to learn or practise diving.



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Cambodia

For hundreds of years, the lost city of Angkor was a legend and the discovery of its temples by Henri Mouhot in 1860 finally opened it to the world. The temples in Angkor are scattered for about 64 kilometres around the village of Siem Reap that has become accessible again from Thailand by road.

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Kanchanaburi

The Khao Laem lake which is one of the biggest water reservoirs situated in the west of the country near the Burmese border, is also a peaceful place that encourages leisure, adventure and unity with nature.

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Samui Archipelago

In the flowing breeze of the monsoon one can board a Hobie Cat 16 for a maritime safari, an unusual way of exploring the Samui archipelago and the islets of the Ko Ang Thong National Park.

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Chonburi - Rayong

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, situated between Pattaya and Sattahip on Sukhumvit Highway, had a modest beginning 40 years ago as a fruit orchard on 520 acres of land but has become since then one of Asia's leading botanical gardens with a collection of palms, cycads, shrubs and rare species of plants.

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Petchaburi

Sixty kilometres from Phetchaburi, the park of Kaeng Krachan seems to be honoured by only a few visitors in spite of its beauty, tranquillity and natural resources. The place is a small paradise for nature lovers with a big lake, rivers and waterfalls, a summit of 1,207 metres and not forgetting its wild animals, birds and butterflies…

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Pai - Mae Hong son

Halfway between Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son in the north of Thailand, Pai is a small peaceful city lost in the mountain. The discovery of the region with a team of cross-country bikers is ideal for the exploration of modest remote ethnic villages as well as the different natural sites.

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Hua Hin
Khao Sam Roi Yot
From the island of the “monkey crab-eaters” situated some kilometres from Hua Hin to the 300 peaks of the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, a traditional wooden boat is the ideal mode of travel for a day of leisure, discovery and a historical visit to the East coast of the peninsula in the province of Prachuab Kiri Khan.

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Krabi

With more than 150 islands and numerous underground caves, Krabi was a long time ago the favourite place of Asian pirates who could hide easily and disappear in the waters of the region.

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Chiang Mai - Hot

A small typical village of the North of Thailand is hidden in the mountain a hundred kilometres from the south of Chiang Mai. It invites foreigners to stay in the villagers' home and experience life in a village.

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Koh Chang

The time: A weekend. A cruise on board a sailing boat to explore the Ko Chang Marine National Park that consists of more than forty islands, is an ideal escape for all those who wish to enjoy the climate and the beauty of a postcard panorama...

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Chiang Mai

The region of Chiang Mai, which is culturally one of the most typical and also the most visited for its ecological and tourist activities, offers to the visitor willing to experience the inevitable delights that are elephant riding and the descent of river in bamboo raft, a complete day hike...

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Samut Prakan

No far from Bangkok an original park presents Thailand through its rich cultural and historic heritage. Meuang Boran or "Ancient City", which was constructed by a rich Thai businessman who loved art and history, is an outdoor museum regrouping a collection of 112 reproductions of monuments on a large scale covering an immense stretch of land in the shape of Thailand.

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Phuket - Krabi
       Kura Buri
Koh Phuket, the famous southern island of Thailand is widely-known as a heavenly island for tourists, for its leisure activities and its natural beauty. Phuket is the starting point for many exceptional adventures on the mountainous roads where bikers in love with big bikes appreciate an unforgettable circuit…


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Sattahip - Chonburi

From 16 to 50 year olds, water sport lovers or beginners in quest of adventure have a chance now to practice Kite surfing and enjoy the excitement of being pulled across the water in a friendly way or literally flying off into jumps of more than 6 metres high...

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Rayong

Once, not only a shelter for pirates but also a source of inspiration for most of the famous Thai poets, Ko Samet island with its micro climate and its proximity to Bangkok is one of the favourite places of those in search of tranquillity and relaxation.

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Chiang Mai

Far from Bangkok with its stress and pollution, a group of cyclists discovers the forest trails of the North at the handlebars of mountain bikes. A healthy hike allows everyone to relish a splendid green setting while observing the lives of the hill tribes.

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Phuket Summer Camp 2009
written by Mélanie Brulfert - (14 years old)

Last April 2009, I went to the English Summer Camp at the British International School in Phuket...

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