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Bali 4.1 with watermaker

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Start Date: 2018-12-08

End Date: 2018-12-15

Departure: Phuket

Destination: Langkawi

Was: €7885

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Bali 4.1 with watermaker

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Start Date: 2018-12-22

End Date: 2018-12-29

Departure: Langkawi

Destination: Phuket

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Lagoon 450 with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

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Start Date: 2019-01-05

End Date: 2019-01-12

Departure: Langkawi

Destination: Phuket

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Oceanis 48 with watermaker & A/C - PLUS

Monohull

Start Date: 2019-02-02

End Date: 2019-02-14

Departure: Langkawi

Destination: Phuket

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Poncin Yacht 82

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Harmony 47

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Marquise 56

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Dream 82

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Lagoon 400

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Bavaria 32

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Bavaria 34 Cruiser

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Bavaria 38 Cruiser

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Bavaria Cruiser 45

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Cyclades 50.5

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Sun Odyssey 40

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Lagoon 380

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Lagoon 400

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Lagoon 450

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Lagoon 450

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Lagoon 450

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Mahe 36

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Bavaria 37 Cruiser

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Lagoon 450 Luxe with A/C

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Bavaria 33 Cruiser

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Thailand is officially, the Kingdom of Thailand. The name of the country was  Siam until the 1930s. Visitors know Thailand and its islands because of its tropical beaches. The mainlaind is known for opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples. Bangkok boasts an ultramodern cityscape and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Mainland beach resorts include Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.

More than 68 million people

It is a country composed of 76 provinces. More than 68 million people live in the country. The capital city is Bangkok. Notably, Thailand borders Myanmar and Laos to the north. Cambodia is to the south. Additionally, the region of Malaysia is to the west.

Until 2014 it was governed by a constitutional monarchy. However, a coup in the country established the current de facto military dictatorship.

History

People called “Tai” migrated from southwest China to the mainland of Southeast Asia around the 11th-century. Subesequently, kingdoms such as the  Malay, Mon and The Khmer Empire began to rule the region. They competed with Thai states including the Ayuttaya Kingdom for land.

A Portuguese diplomatic mission to Ayutthaya visited the area in 1511. Later the Ayutthaya were destroyed in 1767, during a war with Burma. This led to the territory becoming fragmented. Subsequently, Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke became the first monarch of the Chakri dynasty which lasted into the early 20th-century. The country became Siam.

Colonial pressure

During this time, Siam faced pressure from the UK and France who both wanted to colonise the region. However, the country remained the only Southeast Asian country to avoid European rule. Following the 1932 revolution in 1932, Siam became a constitutional monarchy. Subesequently, the government changed the name of the country to “Thailand”.

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