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Bangkok is one of Asia's most cosmopolitan cities. Created the Thai capital in 1782 by the first monarch of the present Chakri dynasty, Bangkok is a national treasure house and Thailand's spiritual, cultural, political, commercial, educational and diplomatic centre.
Major tourism attractions include glittering Buddhist temples, palaces, timeless 'Venice of the East' canal and river scenes, classical dance extravaganzas, an almost legendary nightlife, and numerous air-conditioned shopping centres selling Thai silks, cottons, gemstones, bronze and pewter ware, and many, many more internationally admired handicrafts.
Bangkok exceeds 1,500 square kilometres in area. Its population of over 6 million means that approximately one in every ten Thais is a Bangkokian.

Pattaya is 147 kilometres southeast of Bangkok, and faces the Thai Gulf. Pattaya is Asia's premier beach resort, and caters with equal appeal to families, couples and single visitors. Pattaya's relaxing tropical ambience is synonymous with every ingredient for memorable holidays.
Accommodation ranges from luxuriously appointed beachside hotels with superb convention facilities to simple guesthouses. Sporting opportunities abound both on land and water, and include some of the finest golfing, game fishing and scuba-diving anywhere in Asia. Theme and amusement parks, offbeat museums and lush botanical gardens offer numerous forms of leisure activities and cultural entertainment for all family members. And, after dark, Pattaya offers all the allure and magic of a truly vibrant nightlife with a spectacular variety of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, discotheques, cocktail lounges and cabarets.

Ayutthaya, 76 kilometres north of Bangkok, was the Thai capital from 1350 until 1767, when the city was virtually destroyed by Burmese invaders.
Ruined palaces and temples attest to the riverine island city's former grandeur. Indeed, during its zenith in the mid-1600s, Ayutthaya was a truly cosmopolitan city, and the major power in Southeast Asia.
Ayutthaya province covers some 2,556 square kilometres, and contains several attractions connected mainly with Thai royalty, past and present.

Nakhon Ratchasima
Also known as Khorat, Nakhon Ratchasima is the gate-way to Thailand's sprawling northeast plateau, known among Thais as I-San, which is bordered largely by Laos and the Mekong River to the north and northeast, and Cambodia to the south.
The provincial capital of Nakhon Ratchasima is some 255 kilometres northeast of Bangkok. The province covers 20, 494 square kilometres of high plateau and mountainous terrain. Nakhon Ratchasima is particularly well known for Khao Yai National Park and several Khmer sanctuaries, dating from the pre-1200s when the area formed part of the Khmer empire centred in Angkor.

Kanchanaburi is Thailand's third largest province. Kanchanaburi covers some 19,485 square (and oftentimes mountainous) kilometres, and borders Myanmar (Burma) to the west of Bangkok.
Kanchanaburi is the site of the world-famous Bridge Over The River Kwai, immortalised in books and movies, and is noted for rugged natural beauty where mountains and river valleys have inspired
development of hydro-electric power and where labyrinthine dam reservoirs provide further scenic elements to the province's natural beauty.
Beyond the compact provincial capital, some 130 kilometres, and a comfortable two hour drive from Bangkok, where the Kwai Yai and Kwai Noi rivers unite to form the Mae Klong River, Kanchanaburi unfolds in progressively arresting scenic beauty in a landscape characterised by several waterfalls, caves once inhabited by Neolithic man, national parks and tranquil riverine and reservoir settings.

Sukhothai ('Dawn of Happiness') became the first truly independent Thai kingdom in 1238.  Historical artifacts have demonstrated that Thai culture, most particularly the Thai alphabet and Thai language, originated in Sukhothai.
Sukhothai province covers some 6,596 square kilometres. The provincial capital is some 427 kilometres north of Bangkok. The province's major attraction is the ancient city of Sukhothai, which largely forms the Sukhothai Historical Park, which is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.



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