Located in Southeast Asia, Thailand covers a total area of approximately 513,000 square kilometers (198,000 square miles) and is the 50th largest country in the world and the 12th largest in Asia!
The north of the country borders Myanmar and Laos. The northernmost point is Amphoe Mae Sai, Chiang Rai Province, with tourist attractions like Mae Sai Market, Golden Triangle, Wat Phra That Doi Wao, and Wat Thampla (locally known as Money Temple). The south of the country is next to Malaysia and the Gulf of Thailand. The southernmost point is Amphoe Betong, Yala Province, which contains tourist attractions like La-ong Rung Waterfall (Rainbow Waterfall), Chaloem Phrakiat Waterfall (I-yer Khem Waterfall), Bala-Hala Forest, the sea of fog at Microwave Mountain, and Betong Hot Spring. The east of the country borders Cambodia and Laos. The easternmost point is Amphoe Si Mueang Mai, Ubon Ratchathani Province, with tourist attractions like Sai Rung Waterfall (Rainbow Waterfall), Kaeng Chu Kan, and Hin Huai Soob Stone Yard. The west of the country is next to Myanmar and the Andaman Sea. The westernmost point is Amphoe Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son Province, with tourist attractions like Wat Phra That Chom Thong, Wat Phra That Chom Chaeng, Wat Phra That Chom Kitti, Salawin National Park, Bua Tong Field at Doi Mae Ho, and Mae Sawan Noi Waterfall.
To know Malaysia is to love Malaysia – a bubbling, bustling melting-pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese, and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. Our multiculturalism has made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise and home to hundreds of colorful festivals. It’s no wonder that we love celebrating and socializing. As people, Malaysians are very relaxed, warm and friendly.
Geographically, Malaysia is almost as diverse as its culture. 11 states and 2 federal territories (Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya) form Peninsular Malaysia which is separated by the South China Sea from East Malaysia which includes the 2 states (Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo) and a third federal territory, the island of Labuan.
One of Malaysia’s key attractions is its extreme contrasts which further add to this theme of ‘diversity’. Towering skyscrapers look down upon wooden houses built on stilts while five-star hotels sit just meters away from ancient reefs.
Rugged mountains reach dramatically for the sky while their rainforest-clad slopes sweep down to floodplains teeming with forest life. Cool highland hideaways roll down to warm, sandy beaches and rich, humid mangroves.
For the perfect holiday full of surprises, the time is now, the place is Malaysia.
Bali offers a variety of forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. The stay of popular resort towns in Seminyak, Sanur or Nasa Dua is very much convenience, besides the beach-side city of Kuta.
Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple the Balinese sea temple, it is believed to be Bali’s spiritual pillars, renowned for its magnificent location on the top of a steep cliff approximately 70 meters above the sea level. This temple offers you its magical sunset delights with direct views overlooking the gorgeous Indian Ocean and also surrounded by archaeological remains back in the 10th century. As it is surrounded by small rich forest lived by hundreds and hundreds of monkey which are believed to guard the temple against bad influences. At the end of the way, you will surely be memorized by the wonderful views and the unforgettable sunset that must be visited once in a lifetime!
Ubud a small and quiet town in central Bali consisted around 30,000 people, is far removed from the nightlife bikini scene in Kuta and is regarded as the cultural center of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artist’s workshops and galleries where you can find souvenir stalls that offer a wide range of hand-crafted goods and Balinese style paintings and gorgeous silk scarves. As it is respite from the busy life, take a walk through the lush paddy fields surrounded by green nature are simply amazing. Ubud is a perfect place for pampering your body and soul, as you will experience the true spiritual awakening and enlightenment.
KING BED | 108 SQM / 1163 SQF | RIVER FACING / OVERLOOKING THE FRENCH EMBASSY
The stately COMO Villa is our two-bedroom headline suite. A large living area opens up to panoramic views of the Paro Valley.
A stay here will make you feel like you have your own private palace in ancient Kathmandu.
Overlooking the Yangon River, allows for the perfect escape, enjoying the sheer spaciousness and sense of comfort within this 65m2 haven.
Designed to embrace the healthy attributes of the outdoors, the duplex villa with its open style living pavilion, overlooks the pool and is enveloped by a tropical garden.
Inviting, stylish and light-filled, these generously appointed suites have the privacy and space that matter most during a longer stay.
Myanmar, known as Burma or Suvarnabhumi, is famous for tens of thousands of pagodas, and is recognized as the “Golden Land”. Myanmar is rich with religious monuments, mysterious history, blue virgin beaches, hidden archaeological sites, and snow-capped mountains. It is full of cultural resources and has a rich diversity of ethnic groups. The unique things about Myanmar are its unspoiled natural scenery and cultural diversity. It is an ideal place to experience archaeology, flora, and fauna.
Your tour to Myanmar can be customized from the mysterious Golden Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the last Myanmar Kingdom’s Palace at Mandalay, Asia’s most treasured archaeological site at Bagan with millions of ancient pagodas, the hidden and unspoiled ancient city of Myauk-U, Inle Lake with its culture of rowing boats with one leg, and the blue water and white sandy beaches of Ngapali & Chaung Tha and many more sites that has been travelled less. Myanmar has numerous attractive places, which also makes a visit to Myanmar is gracious smiles of local people, and their hospitality and friendliness.