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“Thailand Achieves Sustainable Tourism Recognition: Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) announced the Criteria for Thailand’s Community-Based Tourism Development, published by Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (DASTA), has achieved GSTC-Recognized Standard status. By gaining GSTC-Recognized status, DASTA has affirmed that their standard blends universal sustainable tourism principles within the Thai socio-political context,” expressed Randy Durband, CEO, GSTC.”


Thailand is one of the most popular and most traveled destinations in Asia. Have you ever thought about traveling environmentally friendly in Thailand? There are a lot of possibilities to greener your next trip to Thailand. The country has over 300 national parks and 17% of the land are designated areas for environmental protection.

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7 Greens of Thailand, helps you to greener your trip:

  • Green Heart - Travel the eco-friendly way
  • Green Logistic - Choose clean vehicles for either short or long excursions

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Green Pearls® Score for Thailand

“7 green ideas aims for everyone to realize how important it is to ease globe warming and support sustainable tourism”

environmental protection

being local - authentic experiences

giving back

cultural commitment

Bo Hin Farmstay in Trang

Trang province in southern Thailand is located on the west coast of the Andaman Sea. There are a total of 46 islands in the mountainous region. The best time to visit the province is between December and May. The locals live from rubber cultivation and palm oil extraction as well as fishing. 

If you want to experience authentic Thailand, we recommend a homestay in Trang province. You will stay in the accommodations of local fishermen and get to know their everyday life. On the shore of the Sikao River in Trang Province, you will find the Bo Hin Farm. The family invites you to learn more about the unique ecosystem along the Sikao canal, which extends into the clear blue bay of the open sea.

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Artist House Baan Silapin in Bangkok

A special place for art and culture lovers is located in the southwest of Bangkok. The district of Thonburi is less frequented by tourists and quite unique with its beautiful location on the river. On the western side of the Chao Phraya you find the Artisthouse Baan Silapin where guests can experience traditional Thai theater live.

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Thailand in Green Season

Traveling in the off-season or shoulder season is becoming more and more popular. You have more time to see the sights, avoid the crowds of tourists and you can save money, because the price-performance ratio is much better.

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Slow Travel Thailand: By train through the land of smiles

Traveling luxuriously in the private Eastern & Oriental Express from Bangkok to Singapore or Malaysia or on the State Railway’s first, second and third class trains – there is something for every budget.

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Thailand’s star food and a food mecca in the North

Thailand and its diverse cuisine belongs inseparably together. Whether a luxuriously  star restaurant or street food at one of the many cook-shops: food is the key to Thai culture.

However, the dishes differ greatly from region to region, and the new MICHELIN Guide 2020 also addresses this issue.

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HiveSters is a hub for authentic and local Thai travel experiences. The project is co-founded by Achi and Mint – two sisters born in a family travel business, who have the urge for explorations and adventures run through their veins.

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