With the beauty of its coastline well-highlighted in movies like The Beach, there’s still plenty of Thailand to discover for yourself. Marine reserves stretch down the east coast while Angthong National Marine Park has 42 islands in protected waters to explore. On the west coast, Phuket and her surrounding islands shine, though are equalled by the well-recognised Thai hospitality; there’s no welcome like it. Malaysia’s colonial architecture entrances, alongside virgin rainforest and pristine beaches. With 99 islands, the Langkawi Geopark is still relatively undiscovered, offering you the chance to be some of the first yacht guests to cruise through the archipelago. Don’t miss Malaysia’s Grand Prix, or the chance to explore one of the oldest rainforests in the world; Taman Negara, estimated at 130 million years old.