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Thailand, a land of exotic beaches, islands and temples. Visit Ko Phi Phi - where the film the Beach was made, the karst area of Krabi (film " Hang Over II "), James Bond Island - film Octopussy, the Andaman Sea, the holiday island of Phuket, the Royal City of Hua Hin, a floating market or the capital Bangkok.
Thailand VacationPlanning a vacation or holiday in Thailand ? Then consider some of the Andaman Islands such as Phuket and Ko Phi Phi Island. See the Phi Phi Moving Postcards. See More
Thailand TravelingTravelling through Thailand ? Looking for beaches, islands, exotic locations, see the Moving Postcards of the best destinations below.
Thai AirTravelling through Thailand, looking for some interesting locations, such as Thong Marine National Park with its emerald green lake or Ayutthaya, the historical former capital of Thailand or some place to unwind and relax, then check the Moving Postcards. See More
Bangkok is Thailand's largest city with a population of over 8 million. It lies on the Chao Phraya River and it's delta. The city as it grew rapidly, spread out in all directions creating an major urban sprawl with limited public transport. The city centre area is chaotic with traffic and tuk tuks biut definitely worth the experience..
Hua Hin though about 200km south of Bangkok on the Malay peninsula, Hua Hin is easily accessible from the capital by bus or train. The seaside town has a tradition of catering for royalty as the royal family spent many hot seasons in the vicinity away from the hot and humid capital. Hua Hin has become a centre for Kite Surfing and attracts many enthusiasts..
Ko Phi Phi
The Phi Phi islands a group of small islands, lie about halfway between Krabi on the mainland and Phuket Island. The Phi Phi islands are easily accessible from both sides by ferry. The largest of the islands is Ko Phi Phi Don, though Ko Phi Phi Leah maybe more known as it played a central role inthe film the Beach..
Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay is area of conservation - most of which is incorporated into the Phang Nga National Park. The area is particularly scenic with many limestone cliffs, sea stacks, caves and arches, which makes a visit worthwhile. The iconic James Bond Island is regularly visited by tour boats..
Phuket or PuketPhuket (spelt with a h ) is Thailand's largest island. It has a booming tourist economy due to it's beaches and location close to some of the major attractions in Thailand. See Phuket Moving Postcards See website http://www.movingpostcards.tv/phuket/
Thailand Student TravelSince the 1980s Thailand has been a popular destination for students due to it's low cost and ease of internal travel, coupled with easy long haul access. Today it is still a student mecca as budget accommodation is readily available.
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Thailand Phi PhiKo Phi Phi Island has been a long time favourite since the 1996 novel "The Beach " by Alex Garland and the subsequent movie in 2000, which was shot on the smaller of the Phi Phi islands in 2000. See More
Thailand Travel GuideThis video travel guide for Thailand covers all the best and favourite exotic locations in Thailand, whether you are interested in white sandy beaches, jungle trekking, diving snorkelling or visiting some amazing temples then have a look at the Moving Postcards below.
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