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For a city with a slightly more provincial feel than Bangkok, look no further than Phuket. Its Buddhist temples and stunning sea will seduce you!
The Nakkerd Hills serve as Big Buddha's seat. Made out of marble and funded by donation, it's visible from Phuket's south side and you can also climb the hills to get up close.
Zoom by speedboat around the nearby islands in the Andaman Sea - you'll practically be James Bond for a few hours!
The elephant is the Thai national symbol, so getting to trek on the back of one of these revered animals is a very special opportunity.
Experienced chefs teach you how to cook classic and authentic dishes, including Pad Thai and Tom Yum Koong. These are lessons you can take home with you!
Take hilarious photos that will astound your family and friends as you tightrope between two cliffs (3D paintings, but they don't need to know that...).
Golden buddha statues and firecracker ceremonies are just some of the sacred features of one of Phuket's most important temples.
This amusement park offers dance shows, a replica traditional Thai village, and different types of food on offer - if you're traveling with kids, it will be a fun day out.
Anytime except September and October, as this is monsoon season and may cause travel difficulties and uncertainties.
Make sure your shorts or pants cover your knees, and don't wear a sleeveless shirt - if in doubt, bring a scarf. You should also keep talking to a minimum in holy places.
CurrencyThai baht (฿)
Time ZoneUTC (+07:00)
Best time to visitThe high season goes from November to April, with hordes of tourists visiting and driving up prices. If you want to avoid the crowds, consider June through August, the least wet months of the low season.