Asia’s most popular tourist destination, Thailand has a reputation for hedonism which attracts thousands of backpackers and its natural beauty attract an increasing amount of holiday-makers. It’s a mystical country which always seems to leave a life long impression on anyone who visits. It offers a rich history, smiling locals, some interesting quirks and of course an unforgettable experience.

Bangkok is excess in all of its unrestrained glory. Bigger, better, more: the city is insatiable, a monster that feeds on concrete, shopping malls and diesel exhaust. Bangkok is a cultural experience as well as an exciting up-to-date metropolis. The visitor can decide whether to explore the charming old temples or to have a look at the huge street markets.
Bangkok is a restless and chaotic metropolis and an essential part of a trip to Thailand. The impossibly bejewelled Grand Palace should really be visited and if you have time, take a trip to Wat Arun (one of the oldest and best known landmarks in Bangkok) and Wat Po which is home to a huge reclining Buddha. The more adventurous head for the notorious backpacker’s road Khao San, Chinatown’s alleyways and bazaars and the infamous Patpong Night Market (located in the city’s red light district).

Chiang Mai:-
The spiritual city of Chiang Mai is a much calmer city than Bangkok but still an essential visit on the travellers trail if you want to see the best of Thailand. Dotted with temples, craft shops, great restaurants, Thai massage and cooking schools the city has a somehow relaxed and comparatively tranquil atmosphere. Many travellers often mention Chiang Mai as their favourite Thai city and once visited it’s easy to see why it’s so popular. Its location high in the north mountainous region of Thailand also makes it a perfect base for the popular mountain treks and organised treks can be arranged very easily here. The trails from Chiang Mai are although interesting are often a well-worn path and many backpackers now head for nearby Pai – a gorgeously located traveller’s mecca popular with artists and musicians.
Pattaya is Thailand's premier beach resort and annually attracts hundreds of thousands of pleasure seeking tourists from all over the world. Pattaya's relaxing tropical ambience is perfect for a memorial holiday experience for families, couples and single visitors.
Pattaya is full of water sports. For those of a more sporting nature, indoor or outdoor, Pattaya has the facilities for a whole range of sports that cater for all ages, and all levels of physical exertion. There are bowling alleys, snooker halls, archery and several of the leading hotels have tennis courts. More fun sports are also available; go-karting, parasailing and paintballing skirmishes.

An island of contrasts, Phuket has much to offer! White sandy beaches abound the west coast and mangrove lined shores, the east. A range of hills runs down her back from north to south, dividing the island in half. Waterfalls, especially in the 'wet' season spill into rock pools, scattered down the slopes. .
As to entertainment, whether it's water sports, horse riding, jungle walking, eating out, watching a show, dancing, elephant trekking, or playing golf, whatever your fancy, this island has it all. .
. Phuket and its surrounding water's are world renowned for their spectacular beauty and nature's artistic hand. Phang Nga Bay to the northeast of Phuket has been the set of two 'James Bond movies' as well as others. Elephant trekking is a new attraction on the island.
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Switzerland is one of the most geographically stunning countries in the world. It has more than 1,484 lakes, 140 Glaciers, and 3 different types of distinct landscapes. While Switzerland is still best known for its financial institutions, fine cheeses, chocolate and watch making industry, it is so much more.
Switzerland offers picturesque views and cultural depth while balancing historical significance with modernization like nowhere else in the world.

Geneva is the country's third-biggest city and offers a definite international flavour. The city enjoys a superb location next to Lake Geneva, which is known locally in Switzerland as Lac Léman and is where you will find the breathtaking Jet d'Eau fountain, which is actually the tallest fountain on the planet and often sprays a gentle mist towards onlookers, although if the wind changes, be prepared to get soaked.
Overflowing with museums, Geneva is a true city of culture and features an extensive calendar of events and an exciting nightlife, particularly around the banks of the River Rhône.

Enjoying perhaps one of the most scenic and picturesque settings in the whole of Switzerland, Lucerne (Luzern) is situated within the tourist region of Central Switzerland (Zentralschweiz). The city is lapped by the shores of Lake Lucerne, whilst the mountain peaks of Rigi and Pilatus are clearly visible in the distance and offer nothing short of a breathtaking backdrop.
Located on the western side of Lake Lucerne, the city has grown dramatically in size since its former life as a small fishing village, straddling the Reuss River. It is this very river which is crossed by Lucerne's most famous tourist attraction, the wooden Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrücke), which is an iconic symbol of the city and still appears much that same as it did when it was first built in 1333, with a beautiful gabled roof.

Zurich's proximity to the Alps and to other Swiss cities make it a excellent hub to enjoy leisure activities and from where to start exploring Switzerland. Zurich is considered Switzerland's most important financial, industrial and commercial center. It is also known to be the intellectual capital of the nation and particularly receptive to contemporary trends associated with younger generations. Nestling beside Lake Zurich and along River Limmat, Zurich offers splendid views of the Swiss Alps and is an absolutely charming, interesting, and beautiful place to visit. Its wealth of history, architecture and culture leaves you longing for another vacation! The pedestrian streets of the old town contain most of the major sights, including winding alleyways, 16th- and 17th-century houses, guildhalls and courtyards, and rather a lot of fountains.

The Interlaken of today has become famous for its endless recreational activities and winter sports, with the town and surrounding Jungfrau region attracting everyone from backpackers to families.
Interlaken sits between two large lakes and is surrounded by exceptional mountain resorts, a number of which are linked by cable car rides, funicular railways and even scenic cog-wheel railways. Within the town centre, the main shopping street is named the Hoheweg
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