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Thailand is a land of enchantment.  From the hustle and bustle of the capital city of Bangkok to the pristine, Azul beaches of the Andaman Sea to the vibrant green rice paddy fields in remote villages across the nation – Thailand has something for everyone. Awake at dawn to observe bear-footed Buddhist monks in saffron robes collecting their morning alms. Spend an afternoon trekking in the remote hill tribe villages of northern Thailand. Bask on the white-sanded beaches of Koh Lanta while taking in a Southeast Asian sunset.  Climb waterfalls and zip-line through the lush northern provinces. Enjoy the intensity of a traditional Thai massage as your masseuse pounds and pummels your muscles.  Savor a bowl of piping hot Tom Yum Gai at a restaurant street stall.  Lounge all day in a hammock in the quaint, timeless city of Pai.  Rent a motorbike and traverse your way to the top of Doi Inthanon – Thailand’s highest peak.  Spend an afternoon exploring the reef while scuba diving off the island of Koh Tao.  Sip cocktails on rooftop bars in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit.  Be tantalized by a ladyboy cabaret performance at Chiang Mai’s Night Bazaar. Elbow your way through morning and night markets selling everything from ripe Rambutan to Mekong fish to galangal and tamarind paste.  Enjoy the spectacular festival of Loy Krathong where thousands of sky lanterns are released into the night sky bringing good luck.  Go wild for three solid days during Songkran – Thailand’s New Year celebration – and enjoy the street revelry of a nationwide water war.  Or simply escape into a silent meditation retreat at a Buddhist monastery off the beaten path. Whether you want a relaxing getaway, a spiritual awakening, a recreational adventure or a cultural extravaganza, Thailand promises to deliver.Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles for good reason.  Deliver a smile to any Thai passerby and you are guaranteed a bigger one in return.  Thais are gentle, kind, easy-going and hospitable. Thais have embodied the “mai bpen rai” (never mind) attitude and approach to life. They truly live and let live.