Roads of Thailand

Thailand, a jewel in Southeast Asia, has long captivated travelers with its vibrant cities, rich traditions, and pristine beaches. However, for those yearning for a journey less trodden, the country's roads offer an unparalleled odyssey, painting a vivid mosaic of its diverse landscapes and cultures.

Begin with the ascent of Doi Inthanon, Thailand's highest mountain road, which rewards every traveler with panoramic views of mist-covered peaks and lush valleys. Not too far off, the winding route to Doi Ang Khang, fondly referred to as 'Thailand's Little Switzerland', teases with cooler climates and terraced farming landscapes, reminiscent of European vistas.

Continue your journey towards the North, where the Pai Memorial Bridge stands, a silent sentinel bearing witness to a rich history, while also connecting modern explorers to the serene beauty of Pai's countryside. Dive deeper into the heart of the nation with the Mae Hong Son Loop, a circuit that meanders through dense forests, traditional hill tribe villages, and offers glimpses of the nation's untouched beauty.

Then, for those craving coastal beauty, the Route 4 unfurls itself, with its picturesque views of the Andaman Sea, dotted with emerald islands. With every kilometer traveled, Thailand's roads reveal stories - of ancient kingdoms, of nature's splendor, and of the indomitable spirit of its people.

Doi Inthanon is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 2,565m (8,415ft) above sea level, located in Mae Chaem District of Chiang Mai Province. It’s the highest mountain in Thailand.

Doi Ang Khang is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1,815m (5,954ft) above sea level, located in Fang District, in the Chiang Mai Province of Thailand. The mountain is referred to as Thailand's 'Little Switzerland' due to its cool climate and mountain scenery.

Located in northern Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, near the Myanmar border, the Pai Memorial Bridge is one of the main tourist attractions in Pai. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

When it comes to travel, there’s always one or two benchmark spots that define the region. In Western Europe, its France and the U.K. In the Far East, its Hong Kong and Tokyo. In South East Asia, it’s Thailand.

Phuket, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand, offers not only stunning beaches and vibrant nightlife, but also an exciting way to explore the island - on a motorcycle. Renting a motorcycle in Phuket gives you the freedom to navigate the narrow streets, discover hidden gems, and experience the local culture at your own pace.

Northern Thailand is the kind of place that lingers in your heart long after you leave. Offering a stark contrast to the southern beaches and islands, the cooler, mountainous region offers all sorts of activities, including trekking, volunteering with elephants, incredible temples, and one of the country’s most famous motorcycle trips, the Mae Hong Son Loop.