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World Travel Magazine is the leading travel magazine that offers a variety of luxury
travel destinations, itineraries, travel guides. We have compiled a list of the best
destinations in Thailand for a weekend getaway. It’s easy to see Thailand, far and
away from the most popular destination in Southeast Asia, is on everyone’s holiday
wish list. Picture-postcard landscapes sites steeped in history, mouth-watering
delicacies, and a genuinely warm welcome wherever you go in the Land of Smiles.
The biggest of 1400-plus islands in the
in Thailand outside
through Phuket Old
shophouses the origin of which can be
traced back to tin mining that made the
fortune of the island.
C H I A N M A I
The restored walls and moat of the
fortified city are the most visible
reminder of the Rose of the North’s
the capital of
Kingdom. The city center is dotted
with impressive temples like the 80-
meter-high Wat Chedi Luang.
K O H C H A N G
Koh Chang, along with neighboring Koh
Kood and Koh Mak are the easternmost
of Thailand’s islands and some of the
best Thai beach destinations. Even Koh
Chang’s built-up west coast is low-key
compared to the busiest beaches of
Phuket and Samui and offers the comfort
of properties like the Centara Tropicana
the location of the
famed Bridge over the River Kwai and
history buffs flock to see the infamous
cemeteries. The province is also home to
National Park and the popular seven-
tiered Erawan Waterfall.
K O H Y A O N O I
Koh Yao Noi (Small Long Island in
Thai) and the even lesser developed
Koh Yao Yai (Big Long Island) are
perhaps some of the most untouched
Thailand, making them one of the