Thailand is well known as a tourist magnet, but some things will surprise you when you first visit.
The names may not ring a bell, but these islands have their own special attractions.
Anyone who cooks knows that even one ingredient, however small, can make or break a recipe.
Songkran is Thailand's biggest yearly festival, and the world's biggest water fight.
We sit down with a perfectly crafted flat white and coconut meringue tart.
If you tell anyone you're travelling to northern Thailand, most will assume you're heading to Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai. But there is another winning duo.
Guests get the chance to witness the playful personality and character of these beautiful animals.
While mountains, rivers and lush green rice fields dominate the north, to its centre, Buddhist monks in saffron-coloured robes sashay through glittering temples barely visible atop misty mountains. In the south, hedonism rules. Sun-loving tourists flock to island beaches set among limestone mountains to party or purge. Dive into this intoxicating yet fun-loving country; the culinary king of Asia.