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Unlike its Southeast Asian neighbours, Thailand was never colonised by a European power. The country retained its independence and became a buffer state between French Indo-China and the British ruled state of Burma. This land is littered with ancient temples and fascinating ruins, dense jungles and jaw-dropping views which never fail to impress. Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, is one of Asia’s most exciting cities, a charming blend of modern skyscrapers and ancient palaces.