Thavorn Beach Village Resort & Spa

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind luxury experience, then you've come to the right place.

Thavorn Beach Village Resort & Spa is a true oceanfront private beach resort located on Nakalay Bay with services and facilities suited to creating a memorable experience.

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Find Modern History At Kanchanaburi

The province of Kanchanaburi, touching the Myanmar border, is punctuated with memories from World War II. The most famous being the Bridge over the River Kwai, part of the Thai-Burma railway (aka Death Railway) built by prisoners of war.

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Relive The Hippy Heyday In Pai

Nestled in the northern province of Mae Hong Soon, Pai is a small town where you can still experience the hippy roots of Thai travel. The vibe is hammocks overlooking rice fields and rolling hills, and laid-back cafés serving fresh fruit smoothies.

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Koh Jum

Koh Jum is an absolute insider tip if you are looking for a really authentic and cozy island in Thailand. It is located in the Krabi region in the south of the country.

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Koh Samet

Koh Samet is one of the top recommendations among the most stunning islands of Thailand. This pearl is located on the eastern gulf coast, not far from Pattaya.

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Sukhothai

The city Sukhothai in Thailand with the Historical Park is a real highlight and absolutely worth seeing. It is located about 430 kilometers north of Bangkok and, together with the temple city of Ayutthaya, one of the most important cultural attractions of the country.

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Relax Beach ; Koh Lanta

The Relax Beach, or also known as Relax Bay, is a real paradise beach at Koh Lanta. A small bay with soft fine sand, crystal clear water, tall palm trees and a really relaxed atmosphere.

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Koh Phayam

Off the coast of Ranong, close to the Burmese border, Koh Phayam promises a slow and enticing pace that takes you back to the Thailand of old.

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Koh Lipe - Ultimate Thailand Island Experience

Koh Lipe is a tiny island in the very South of Thailand. To be more specific in the province of Satun, not far from the Malaysian border. Especially the colorful underwater world and the surrounding coral reefs make Koh Lipe a popular spot for divers and for all who love snorkeling.

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Wat Saket: Golden Mount Temple in Bangkok

The Wat Saket temple, or better known as the Golden Mount in Bangkok, is a Buddhist temple in Thailand located in the district of Pom Prap Sattru Phai. Visiting this impressive temple complex is certainly one of the most beautiful things to do in Bangkok.

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Chicken Island & Tup Island in Krabi

Chicken Island, often called Koh Kai, and Tup Island are two true paradise islands in Krabi, in the south of Thailand. They are the highlights of the famous 4-Islands Tours, a boat trip where the most beautiful islands in Krabi are visited for swimming and snorkelling.

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Koh Poda

Koh Poda, or more often known as Poda Island, is a small dream island in the South of Thailand, located just off the coast of Krabi.

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Koh Samet

Koh Samet, sometimes also written as Ko Samed, is a small, 6.5 km long island on the eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand. This tiny jewel is one of the most beautiful islands around Pattaya and we enjoyed our holiday on Koh Samet.

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Kantiang Bay: The Dream Beach on Koh Lanta

The Kantiang Bay on Koh Lanta is certainly one of the most beautiful holiday destinations at the island, and the dream beach of the same name Ba Kantiang Beach has even been voted several times as one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand.

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Koh Larn – Island Paradise near Pattaya

Koh Larn, sometimes written as Ko Lan and better known as Coral Island, is a small island located right in front of Pattaya. With its beautiful beaches and an unbelievable turquoise blue sea, this tiny island is a real paradise on the East Coast of Thailand.

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Similan Islands

Similan Islands, also known as Koh Similan, is an archipelago of 9 islands which is located about 60 kilometers from the coast of Khao Lak. Since its part of the Mu Ko Similan National Park, the area around the islands is considered to be one of the best places in Thailand for snorkelling and diving.

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Haad Yuan – Paradise Beach

The Haad Yuan beach on Koh Phangan is a real paradise located on the east coast of the island. This tropical dream beach fascinates with its amazing rock formations, countless green palms and beautiful turquoise blue sea colors.

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Bottle Beach: Dream Beach at Koh Phangan

Bottle Beach, also called Haad Khuat, is a true dream beach in the north of Koh Phangan, Thailand. That beach is a tropical paradise par excellence: fine white sand, turquoise blue sea, countless palm trees and deep jungles in the hinterland.

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Coconut Beach - Khao Lak

The Coconut Beach is really unique on Khao Lak area. With its bright fine sand, large palm trees and beautiful crystal-clear waters, it is visually different from the other beaches.

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Koh Sichang

Small lovely island, Koh Sichang is off Si Racha 120 km southeast from Bangkok and 20 km north from Pattaya. Stony, surrounded by a turquoise sea, Ko Sichang offers splendid landscapes and small lovely beaches uncrowded on weekday.

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Koh Libong

Koh Libong is the largest Trang island. It is also one of the less visited by tourists. If its beaches are a little less beautiful than those in Koh Kradan or Koh Ngai with more ocher sand and a slightly less turquoise sea because it is often more hectic, the island has other asstes like its mountains and its mangroves. 

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Ban Krut

At about 80 km in the South of Prachuap Khiri Khan, Ban Krut is a highly tourist destination for Thai tourists arriving by group buses. So this haven of tranquility with its long beach, the mountains with a golden-roofed Wat Tang Sai temple with its huge Buddha of the same brightness.

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Koh Ngai

Koh Ngai (or Koh Hai, you will find both spellings) is one of the Trang islands. Its long sandy beach with resorts lined and its azure waters make it a popular destination although it is still relatively unknown by mass tourism.

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Koh Rok Island

Located 30 kilometers south of Koh Lanta, Koh Rok island is actually 2 uninhabited islands: Koh Rok Nok and Koh Rok Nai separated by a hundred meters which allows you to go easily from one to the other. 

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Ratchada Rot Fai Night Market

As well as world-class shopping opportunities and unbeatable street food, Thailand is also home to a number of great markets — one of which is the Ratchada Train Market. From fresh food to even fresher garms, this hip member of Bangkok’s market scene is one you’ll love!

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Pran Buri Forest Park

A small mangrove forest park about 3.2 km², situated in Pran Buri District of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, about 25 km south from the popular tourist destination of Hua Hin. The park is popular for its mangrove forest walk and birds.

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747 Café

Climb aboard a Boeing 747 that once belonged to a defunct former airline in Bangkok’s Lat Krabang district at 747 Cafe, named after the plane’s model, a new destination for enthusiastic cafe-hopping completionists.

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Amphawa

Amphawa, 63km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong (canal) Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets.

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Koh Yao Noi Island

Koh Yao Noi Island, and indeed the many islands nearby, has much of interest for you to explore and discover. If you wish to know more about any of the following legends and facts we, at Dawan Tours will do our best to be informative and a guide.

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TreeHouse Villas Koh Yao

Rediscover your inner child in a luxurious treehouse villa overlooking the lush jungle and a secluded beach. This luxury resort, set in the jungle canopy, makes the most of its beautiful natural surroundings and offers views to the sea and Phang Nga Bay.

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Wat Umong Suan Phutthatham

This historic forest wát is famed for its sylvan setting and its ancient chedi, above a brick platform wormholed with passageways, built around 1380 for the 'mad' monk Therachan.

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Lumpini Park

You can still breathe fresh and peace in the middle of Bangkok, and it all comes thanks to the Lumpini Park, a flourishing oasis of green in the City of Angels.

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Welcome to Mae Hong Son

Surrounded by forested mountains and with a remote and pretty setting by a tranquil lake, Mae Hong Son fits many travelers’ preconceived notions of how a Northern Thai town should look.

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Koh Phi Phi

There are two islands which collectively make up what is known as Phi Phi. All of the accommodation is located on Phi Phi Don, the larger of the two islands.

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Welcome to Chiang Khan

What was once a quiet, little-known Mekong-side town full of traditional timber shophouses became a trendy destination for Thais and is now full of gift shops, cute cafes and places for taking selfies.

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Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu

Phra That Doi Kong Mu Temple is the sacred temple of Mae Hong Son province for a long time. The temple is located on a hill to the west of Mae Hong Son city and it is a major provincial landmark.

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Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand is an amazing place. It is covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, huge limestone mountains shooting straight up in the air, deep valleys, breathtaking lakes, exciting caves, wild animals and much more.

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The Rice Cycle in Thailand

Rice has always been the staple food of the Thai people, and it plays a crucial role as the essence of Thai life. Farmers transfer the knowledge of rice cultivation from one generation to the next. They enjoy a rich culture with centuries-old traditions linked with rice farming. 

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Beautiful Pai

This postcard-perfect little town set approximately midway between Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai is a dream destination for many travellers. Tucked deep in a valley, surrounded by walls of endless mountains, Pai seems to exist in its own time zone.

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Fisherman's Village & Bophut Beach

Bophut is really two places: Bophut beach, which sweeps down several kilometres between Big Buddha and Maenam beaches and perhaps one of the oldest places on the island, the charming Fisherman's Village, which takes up the middle section of the beach.

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Phuket Old Town

The Old Town is really worth a day trip with its beautifully ornate old shophouses, Buddhist and Chinese temples, some lovely museums and magnificent Sino-Colonial mansions, once erected by Phuket’s tin barons.

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