Tour Operator Licence No. 14/01529


Thailand is the 50th largest country in the world; most nearly equal in size to Spain. Located just 15 degrees north of the equator, Thailand has a tropical climate and temperatures typically range from 19 to 38 degrees C (66-100 F). Thailand’s largest peak, Doi Inthanon, is 2,565 meters (8,415 ft) tall. Thailand covers 510,890 sq km of land and 2,230 sq km of water. The coastline of Thailand is 3,219 km long. Thailand’s longest shared border is with Myanmar (Burma), stretching 1,800 km.
Thailand is a unitary state which consists of seventy-six provinces (Changwat) and one Specially Governed District (Khet Phiset) representing the capital Bangkok.

The provinces are named by their original main city, which not necessarily is still the most populous city within the province today. Also, in several provinces the administration was moved into a new building outside the city

The vast majority (roughly 80%) of Thailand’s nearly 65 million citizens are ethnically Thai. The remainder consists primarily of peoples of Chinese, Indian, Malay, Mon, Khmer, Burmese, and Lao decent. Of the 10 million citizens who live in the capital city, Bangkok, there is a greater diversity of ethnicities, including a large number of expatriate residents from across the globe.
Other geographic distinctions of the population include a Muslim majority in the south near the Malaysian border, and hill tribe ethnic groups, such as the Hmong and Karen, who live in the northern mountains.
More than 92% of the population speaks Thai or one of it’s regional dialects. While the Thai language is the official language of Thailand, as a result of its cosmopolitan capital city and established tourism infrastructure, English is spoken and understood throughout much of Thailand.




An abundance of natural beauty and wildlife! There are over 100 National parks and 20 marine parks. A diverse wonderous place with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Rare species of animals such as the Asian tiger and hornbill can still be found here!

There is no official state religion because the constitution guarantees religious freedom for all Thai citizens, though the king is required by law to be Buddhist. 94.6% of Thais are Buddhist, 4.6% of Thais are Muslim 0.7% of Thais are Christian. Most Thais spiritual and tolerant people.

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