Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Thailand
Be sure to visit Bangkok, the capital, or the cultural, political and economic center of Thailand on a study trip. Discover the most important sights of Bangkok during a city tour, such as the Grand Royal Palace with the Wat Phra Kaeo, the Wat Mahathat, the Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn), the Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha), the Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining) Buddhas), the National Museum of Bangkok, the Wimanmek Palace (the heavenly palace), the Royal Barge Museum, the Jim Thompson House, the Suan Pakkad Palace, and much more. The canals of Bangkok (khlongs), the memorial Bridge and the Lumphini Park. A Bangkok city trip will definitely remain in your memory!
The comparison with the Queen of Flowers is no coincidence. Chiang Mai was founded as a royal city more than 700 years ago and is today one of the cultural and economic centers in Thailand. The capital of the province of the same name is located on the Ping River, surrounded by idyllic landscapes. It inspires with temple buildings, shopping opportunities, diverse educational institutions and authentic Southeast Asian flair.
Khanom is the northernmost district of the Nakhon Si Thammarat province in southern Thailand. Most of the county’s coastline is protected as part of Hat Khanom – Mu Ko Thale Tai National Park, which is currently under construction. The coast consists of a series of beaches between the limestone and slate mountains of the northern Nakhon Si Thammarat Range. Nai Plao Beach is the most popular beach. There are several caves in the hills, the most famous being the Khao Wang Thong Cave.
Relatively untouched by tourists, Khanom is a bit off the beaten path but is still fairly easy to get to. It is a quiet area with a lot of fishing and nice impressions on the beach. The place is considered a great stopping point when vacationers travel through southern Thailand. Khanom has several bays that stretch for 10 kilometers along the gulf. Accommodation on the beach is usually medium or high-priced, but there are also some inexpensive options. The best way to get around the area is by motorcycle. There is very little traffic on the town and beaches, so tourists can safely drive around on motorbikes to get to local attractions.
Vacationers can escape the stressful everyday life in Khanom and experience the natural, untouched attractions of the area. The beaches are beautiful and clean and mostly practically deserted. There are two interesting caves to visit in the area, as well as some waterfalls that are worth seeing. Hiking or mountain biking through the jungle and to the waterfalls and caves or kayaking and swimming in this breathtaking nature are sure to be unforgettable experiences.
Icing sugar beaches and turquoise blue sea against a limestone backdrop
The Thai seaside resort of Krabi was discovered by globetrotters. The southern Thai port city of Krabi is located on a headland across from the world-famous holiday island of Phuket. The bathing resort is framed by a fantastic backdrop of the surreal limestone mountains on which a lush flora grows. Palm trees provide pleasant shade on the white beaches on the coast. The interior of the region is characterized by gigantic plantations on which only rubber trees grow. The first tourists discovered Krabi, a then little-known vacation paradise, around 1985. Since the airport opened in 1999, loneliness is over. In the meantime, luxurious hotel complexes also shape the image of Krabi.
Beaches of Krabi
- Phranang Beach
- Railay West
- Railay East
- Tonsay Beach
The rocky landscape near Krabi is a paradise for free climbers
Railey Beach, known for its heavenly beaches, can only be reached by boat. The Andaman Sea with its unique rocky landscape has developed into an Eldorado for free climbers, who find fantastic conditions here for their extreme sports. To the west of Krabi is another beautiful bay, Phra Nang Beach. The picturesque fishing village that once existed here is long history. One of the sights around Krabi is the Phra Nang Cave, the interior of which is characterized by unusually large stalactites. The Bang Thong Agricultural Station, where coffee bushes, tea plants and rubber trees are grown, is also worth seeing. The tree plantation is located around 20 kilometers to the northwest of Krabi.
Around 160 species of birds live in the Khao Phanom Bencha National Park
One of the region’s biggest tourist attractions is Susan Hoi’s mussel cemetery. The deposits are freshwater snails that are up to 75 million years old. The natural wonder that there is only twice in the whole world becomes visible only at low tide. A popular destination is the Khao Phanom Bencha National Park, around 22 kilometers north of Krabi. The densely forested mountain of the same name reaches a height of 1350 meters. Around 160 species of birds and 32 species of mammals live in this nature reserve. Beautifully laid out nature trails lead through the natural paradise.