Thailand has it all - fascinating culture and art, gorgeous architecture, glorious beaches, friendly people, five-star hotels and resorts, and some of the finest cuisine in Asia. Thailand is often called "The Land of Smiles" because the mostly Buddhist people are extremely affable and hospitable. The Kingdom of Thailand, formerly known as Siam, was one of the few Asian countries that was never colonized by the west, so its rich culture is largely free of European influence. Thailand, and Bangkok in particular, is quite modern relative to some of its neighbors, and is an economic powerhouse in Southeast Asia with first-rate hospitals and other facilities. The resort towns of Phuket and Chiang Mai are amongst the finest in the world, with unrivalled scenery, world-class hotels and the always impeccable Thai service.

Thailand's capital city, Bangkok, is an enchanting juxtaposition: built around the Chao Phraya River, traditional business is often carried out on the intricate system of klongs (canals) and Buddhist shrines adorn street corners, just as cutting-edge architecture and trendy stores continue to open shop.

For a different face of Thailand, travel to the quieter north. In Chiang Mai, find picturesque landscapes of lush countryside. Greener and sleepier than Bangkok, Chiang Mai boasts important temples, such as Wat Doi Suthep and Wat Phra Singh, home to the revered Phra Singh statue.

Dig deeper into Thailand's incredible cultural diversity by travelling to Chiang Rai, in the heart of the hill tribe area. Meet tribe members of the many ethnic minority groups that live in the mountainous region in northern Thailand, many whom still lead traditional farm lifestyles. This region is also where Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet - the Golden Triangle, a picturesque mélange of lush foliage and gentle waters best explored by riverboat.

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