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Centrally located, the capital of Thailand is famous for its rich culture. Green and beautiful, it’s a splendid mix of historic places and modern architecture.

There are large green sections including the green park between Yannawa and Samut Prakan. Bangkok is nicknamed ‘Venice of the East for its elaborate network of khlongs (meaning canals). The Grand Palace, Vimanmek Palace Complex and thousands of temples include some of the main attractions of this city. Central Park which was built in the early 1920s is a renowned tourist attraction. The Siam Ocean World is Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium which has 400 kinds of more than 30,000 aquatic creatures. Shopping is one of the main attractions for tourists here.
Situated in the south of Bangkok, it is one of the most picturesque cities of Thailand. ‘Greater Pattaya’ is situated on the coastline of Banglamung which is one of the 11 districts that comprise Chonburi Province. The Pattaya Beach is one of the most exotic beaches in the world. Parallel to city centre, it is one of the main destinations for bathers. Jomtien Beach in the southern part consists of high-rise condominiums, beachside hotels, bungalow complexes, shops, bars, and restaurants. Tourists enjoy many water sport activities like jet skiing, parasailing and sailing in small boats. By road it takes one-and-half hours from Bangkok.
This is one of the widely visited places in Thailand. Filled with many attractive tourist spots. Simon Cabaret – probably the biggest ‘transvestite’ local cabaret show is a spectacular musical performed by world famous ‘ladyboys’ (yeah, that’s what they’re called).

The Big Buddha, as it is widely known, is visible from the south of Phuket. The statue stands on the top of the Nakkerd Hills and looks down over Chalong, Kata and Rawai. It cost 30 million baht to construct and is 45 metres high.

There are many sunrise and sunset points which are simply splendid. Phuket town offers much more than just sprawling markets and wonderful eating joints. The distinct blend of colonial and Chinese architecture is a visual treat to the eye. From the Bangkok airport, by air it takes an hour and five minutes to reach Phuket.
Hua Hin
Exotic. Enchanting. Exhilarating. One can use all these adjectives and it would still not describe Hua Hin completely. Filled with all the ingredients of a beautiful holiday, the mile long beach is a major attraction of tourists.

Packed with leisure activities for the entire family like water sports to golf, the town has a beautiful old world charm about it that entices tourists who’re looking for culture-rich spots. Decorated with lovely, green parks, peaks, caves and waterfalls, the winding roads of Hua Hin present a gorgeous view. The other added attraction is the way restaurants are made. They’re built on stilts into the sea, offering exotic seafood cooked in the traditional Thai way. By road, Hua Hin is two hours away from Bangkok.
Khao Lak
Located in the north of Phuket Island on the mesmerizing Andaman seaboard, Khao Lak is one of Thailand’s most peaceful resort destinations. Flooded with innumerable, unadulterated beaches, riveting waterfalls and thickly dense national parks surrounded by hills, it is one of the best tourist destinations in the world. Tourists from all over the globe come to get soaked in the refreshing beauty of the land of eternal beauty. From Phuket airport, it takes one-and-a-half hours by road to reach Khao Lak.
Koh Samui
The island of coconut trees, Koh Samui is the third largest island of Thailand. Some of the tourist spots include the Big Buddha Temple, View Point, Grandmother and Grandfather Rock, Monkey Show, Mummified Monk, Namuang Falls and Nathon Town.

Filled with interesting activities to do, an entire day can be spent enjoying the cool air of Samui’s highest mountain covered in lush tropical rainforest. Enveloped with idyllic surroundings including waterfalls, small rivers and canyons, it’s a visual treat to see the exotic birds of paradise. From Bangkok it takes an hour by air to reach Koh Samui.
Chiang Mai
Rich in history and backed with an amazing cultural heritage, Chiang Mai is one of the top contenders for being one of the best places in Thailand. An ideal tourist base for mountainous Northern Thailand, there are loads of fulfilled activities that one can indulge in. Trekking, sightseeing, soft adventure, spa resorts, shopping.

From the banks and gates of the pretty moat to the ancient ruins of Chedi Luang and lofty heights of Doi Suithep mountain temple, there is plenty of sightseeing to be done in Chiang Mai. Swamped with dozens of temples, Chiang Mai is one of the greatest concentrations of antiquity in Southeast Asia.
Apart from the tourists enjoying the historic legacy, there are plenty of contemporary and natural attractions too. Doi Suithep National Park which is situated nearby is replete with wonderful waterfalls and lush environment. The Mae Sa Valley to the North offers elephant camps, a botanical garden and an amazing display of more captivating places. Form Bangkok airport, it takes an hour by air, to reach Chiang Mai.

Both Meera and I would like to personally thank you for the contribution you made in ensuring that our wedding was a very successful event, in true Indian style. We had a blast over the four days in Phuket and more importantly, so did each and every one of our family members and guests who are still providing us with positive feedback on every aspect of the wedding. Your part truly means a lot to us and we thank you for this.

A very big thank you from our parents, our family, Meera and myself on the great job you and your teams did to make Meera’s and my dreams come true at a truly wonderful wedding at the JW Marriott, Phuket – it is still being talked about here in HK and has been dubbed as wedding of the decade!

All the best to you and your family and we are sure we will meet each other soon in Bangkok or at the next wedding you manage!

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