Even More Amazing [Full HD]
It’s been a long time, and we know you still remember the last time you’ve had a wonderful time in our country. Right now, the wait is almost over, and you know what? Even more amazing experiences are waiting for you in Thailand.
Amazing Thailand – October 6, 2021
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) presents the new tourism concept for 2022 “Amazing Thailand, Amazing New Chapters”. Thailand is now filled with more amazing new experiences than ever before. Visit Thailand in the year 2022 and make your new chapter the very best of your life.
Amazing Thailand - Nov 2, 2021
With excellent weather, warm ocean water, and palm-fringed beaches, Thailand is island living at its very best. Pair that with top-notch accommodation and a pleasing exchange rate, and you have the ultimate holiday destination. An abundance of islands each offers their own unique personality, from bustling markets and extraordinary temples to enchanting swimming spots, beach bars, and coral reefs. Whether you’re looking to keep busy kayaking, swimming, and snorkeling, or simply want to relax with a cocktail in hand – you’ll find a Thai island to suit you.
Tourpia – Aug 2021
Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, is unique. This film reveals the best spots: well-known locations, and places off the beaten track. Our report provides a detailed guide to Asia’s most exciting city. For transportation, visitors and local residents alike can choose from motorized rickshaws, taxis, subways, or the sky train. There are also express boats that ply the Chao Phraya River -- plus long-tail boats, and vessels that make their way through the city's khlongs, or canals. This journey of discovery takes us to the places where Bangkok residents go to rest and relax -- like the island of Ko Samet in the Gulf of Thailand. This is the capital's version of Wannsee Lake in Berlin. You can book a river cruise, or visit one of the trendy open-air bars perched atop high-rise buildings. A lot of younger Bangkok residents have taken up a bold challenge in this car-friendly city: they've switched to bicycles. Many locals enjoy making a bike visit to the village-like central district, near a big bend in the river -- even when the temperature rises above 30-degrees centigrade. On the islands off the coast, there's plenty of sunshine, beautiful beaches, and clear, warm water -- a mix that attracts crowds of Bangkok residents on weekends.
DW Documentary - Nov 2017
With beautiful nature blended with Lanna Culture and colours of contemporary perfectly Chiang Mai is, therefore, a province that has many tourists, both Thai and foreigners, come in many millions each year. Popular tourist activities in Chiang Mai include worshipping the Phra That doi suthep, which is an important Landmark of Chiang Mai people. Experience the local way of life and shop for stylish handmade products at Thapae Walking Street. Visit various species of plants at the Queen Sirikit botanical Garden and Rajapruek Royal Park. Do not miss to shop art products, taste local CUISINE and see cultures on Nimmanhaemin Road. In addition, nature and mountain tours are another activity that should not be missed when visiting Chiang Mai, whether stepping on the highest point of Thailand at the top of doi inthanon. Absorb the beauty of the rice fields, feel the Cool breeze while watching the giant tiger flower at Doi Ang Khang. Experience Ecotourism HomeStay in Mae Kampong and visit Hmong villages in Doi Pui and many more.
For today my latest vlog is in Chaing Mai, Thailand. It is my first time in this beautiful city and I am loving it here. I will be spending a few weeks here in Chiang Mai while the rest of Thailand is in lockdown. I am really enjoying this city. Today I take you for a walk through the old city of Chiang Mai or 'Old Town' to show you the streets, architecture, and temples. Of course, I stop off for an amazing lunch too!
Keis One – August 2021
After visiting the south of Thailand many times, it was time to travel to the north. We were surprised by countless, beautiful temples, unique landscapes, high mountains and of course good food and friendly people. Arriving in Chiang Rai we travelled to the mountains of Pai after we went from there to Chiang Ma
Marko Steinert – January 2020
Our 3rd backpacking trip through Thailand was again amazing. We enjoyed the daily Thailand Lifestyle: eat delicious food, do sports in outdoor gyms, discover the islands by scooter, enjoy the sun, visit beautiful beaches and meet nice people from all over the world :) Route: Bangkok, Koh Samet, Koh Chang, Koh Mak
Marko Steinert – February 2019
After 2015 this was our second Trip to Thailand. We arrived in Phuket and traveled 4 weeks to Koh Jum - Koh Lanta - Koh Phangan - Koh Tao - Bangkok. We enjoyed every minute in this lovely country and we will definitely come back soon
Marko Steinert - April 2018
Phuket is set to welcome travellers back for fresh perspectives and waits for you to embrace the memorable moments again. The destination has reopened to visitors from overseas since 1 July. The Southern island is more amazing than ever.
Thailand Insider - July 2021
Now, more than ever, wellness travel offers a transformational experience, to sustain ourselves and reconnect to the world around us. In Thailand, wellness is not a trend, it is a tradition because of the many authentic wellness experiences that take you beyond the spa and connect you directly to culture and the land.
Thailand Insider - September 2020
The connections between elephants and Thai culture are very deep and have evolved over thousands of years. Experiencing elephants in Thailand can be a meaningful part of your journey. But conditions for elephants and the people who care for them rely on the support of responsible travelers by choosing elephant experiences that support elephant welfare and benefit the community of elephant caretakers.
Thailand Insider – October 2020
Street food is part of Thailand’s food culture. It reflects not only our vibrant culinary scene, but also the current travel and tourism atmosphere in the country. In this episode, Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand is taking everyone to see what the New Normal of Street Food is like in Thailand and savour the delights.
Thailand Insider – August 2020
Watch as we talk with Mark Wiens, a world-renowned foodie and travel Youtuber, who always makes our mouth water with all the food he tries. Weins takes his followers along on his journies to the heart of the local tastes around the world. Thailand has become home to him after each food venture ends. Let’s see how his life is going here and what he thinks of Thai food.
Thailand Insider - June 2021
ABOUT MARION Marion Grasby is a food producer, television presenter and cookbook author who's had a life-long love affair with Asian food. Marion is a little bit Thai (courtesy of her mum) and a little bit Australian (courtesy of her dad). Marion lives in Bangkok, Thailand and travels throughout Asia to find the most unique and delicious Asian food recipes, dishes and ingredients.
Marion’s Kitchen April 2020
Have you ever heard of a floating market before? If not, you're in for a real treat (literally, wait until you see how much we ate)! In Thailand, some markets are 'floating' -- meaning they function entirely on narrow canals with small boats moving up and down . You pay a small price to hire a boat driver for an hour (or longer), and then choose which delicious meals to eat from dozens of vendors (on boats) with elderly women cooking up something unique. It's all cheap and delicious and this is debatably the best experience you can have in Thailand. This morning, my buddy Mark Wiens from Migrationology and I headed 2 hours outside of Bangkok to a floating market called Damnoen Saduak, where he introduced me to some of Thailand's best dishes. We had a blast shooting this video and I hope you enjoy what we have to share!
Lead photo credit: Judith Scharnowski - Pixabay
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