The locals of the nation nicknamed “The Land of Smiles” have long been known for their welcoming ways. But a renewed commitment to protecting Thailand’s natural wonders means that the country is now also more environmentally ‘friendly’ than ever before.

While travellers are always encouraged to be “Open to The Shades” in our latest guide, Green is the New Black – focusing on cross-country conservation suggestions to help you sightsee, shop, seek and sleep in the most sustainable, socially-conscious way.

Packed with facts and hacks, tips and tricks, it’s a perfect accompaniment for those hoping to create a positive effect on the communities they visit and make their trip as eco-conscious as possible.

PLUS you could win one of five eco-friendly Thailand packs valued over $650! Click the button below for more details.

HOW TO WIN

1,430

The number of Islands in Thailand

5,500

The weight in kilograms of Thailand’s largest buddha statue, the Phra Phuttha Maha Suwana Patimakon

3219

THE LENGTH IN KILOMETRES OF THAILAND'S COASTLINE

1,300

The number of fish species that live in the Mekong River