Thailand: Earth's Tropical Paradise
Thailand: Earth's Tropical Paradise is a three-part BBC nature documentary series hosted by Sophie Okonedo, exploring the tropical paradise of Thailand. The series explores Thailand's astonishing wildlife, landscape and culture in three distinct geographic regions: northern Thailand, dominated by mountains and cloaked in forest; central Thailand, dominated by the predominantly flat Chao Phraya river valley; and southern Thailand, consisting of the narrow Kra Isthmus that widens into the Malay Peninsula.
Episode 1 - The Secrets of the South
Southern Thailand is the Thailand we think we all know. It is a place of both spectacular natural beauty and of wild parties, but behind this well-known image is also a place of unexpected surprise, where spirituality pervades every bit of life. For the animals that live here, this is natural wonderland.
Episode 2 - The Central Heartland
In central Thailand's forests, fertile plains and even city streets, nature finds a way of living alongside people. Spirituality can be found in human and animal relationships, both likely and unlikely. This bustling region is known as the nation's rice bowl - but even here, there are magical places to be found.
Episode 3 - The Mysterious North
Northern Thailand is dominated by mountains and cloaked in forest. It hides ancient creatures and surprising partnerships. To survive here, both the wildlife and people rely on maintaining the natural harmony of the mysterious north.
This is a two-part National Geographic documentary series, featuring the wildlife of Thailand. The series reveals the hidden terrain in all its glory.
|The Living Edens - Thailand: Jewel of the Orient
This film explores the Southeast Asian nation's wildlife from the Buddhist perspectives of life's interconnectedness and its impermanence.
|Reef Life of the Andaman
This is an in-depth study of the marine life of Thailand and Burma (Myanmar), filmed over more than 1000 dives beneath the Andaman Sea.
|Around the World in 80 Gardens - South-East Asia
Monty Don visits some of inspiring gardens in South East Asia: the Jim Thompson's Garden, Bangkok; The Grand Palace, Bangkok; The City in a Garden, Singapore; Pura Taman Ayun, Mengwi, Bali; etc.