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Thailand, the Land of Smiles, is the most popular tourist destination in South-East Asia due to its wealth of natural beauty, culture and history, gorgeous islands and beaches and the mouth-watering food. In the North you will find breath taking mountain ranges with waterfalls and fast flowing rivers for trekking and rafting, ethnic tribal groups with unique customs and clothing and people famous for their courtesy and hospitality. The North-East, or Isan, is one of the country’s most intriguing destinations with many Stone Age and Bronze Age dwellings and artifacts, and several significant temples and national parks. The central plains and the east coast are dotted with national parks, seaside resorts and islands.

Thailand is an independent country that lies in the heart of Southeast Asia. It is bordered to the north by Burma and Laos, to the east by Laos and Cambodia, to the south by the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia, and to the west by the Andaman Sea and the southern extremity of Burma. Its maritime boundaries include Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand to the southeast and Indonesia and India in the Andaman Sea to the southwest.


Thai culture has been shaped by many influences, including Chinese, Lao, Burmese, Cambodian, and Indian. Its traditions incorporate a great deal of influence from India, China, Cambodia, and the rest of Southeast Asia. Thailand’s national religion Theravada Buddhism is important to modern Thai identity. Thai Buddhism has evolved over time to include many regional beliefs originating from Hinduism, animism as well as ancestor worship. The official calendar in Thailand is based on the Eastern version of the Buddhist Era, which is 543 years ahead of the Gregorian (western) calendar. For example, the year AD 2010 is 2553 BE in Thailand.

Thai Cuisine

Thai cuisine places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components. Thai cuisine is known for being spicy. Balance, detail and variety are important to Thai cooking. Thai food is known for its balance of the five fundamental taste senses in each dish or the overall meal: hot (spicy), sour, sweet, salty, and (optional) bitter.

Night Life

Thailand is an ideal place for those who want to make their nights colorful. Bangkok is ahead in city nightlife among it’s Asian competitors. Nights in Chiang Mai, Pattaya or Phuket are not less diverse and interesting. Koh Samui has carved its own niche as a nightlife hub. Krabi has it’s own style of enjoying nightlife.


Bangkok, also known as “Krungthep” meaning ‘the City of Angels’, is ranked as the best city in the world in 2008 by “Travel and Leisure Magazine”. Bangkok is famous for its temples, the Grand Palace as well as some of Asia’s largest shopping centers and Asia’s largest outdoor week-end market (Chatuchak). All sites can comfortably be reached by Skytrain (BTS) or Underground (MRT). Bangkok is highly appreciated for its wide choice of restaurants, from authentic street-side eateries to a number of fine dining establishments. The wide choice of accommodation, from high end international hotels to guesthouses meets the demands of all travelers. In terms of relaxation – Bangkok has seen a huge development of Spas and wellness centers as well as medical facilities of Western standards.

Tourist Attractions in Bangkok


Pattaya is 147 kilometers southeast of Bangkok facing the Gulf of Thailand. It is Asia’s prime tourist destination drawing family, couple and single visitors to experience its enticing nature as well as vibrant ambiance it has to offer. Different parts of Pattaya offer distinguished atmospheres to suit a wide range of preferences. Family travelers may prefer a quiet atmosphere of Jomtien. Worldly known as entertainment city, Pattaya offers a variety of vibrant nightlife for fun-loving visitors with a number of nightclubs, bars, pubs and shows in South Pattaya and something in between will also find the likes easily here. Accommodation ranges widely from 5-star hotels to easy-going guesthouses located throughout the town. Myriads of sports and activities on land, in water or even in the sky are available including golf, fishing, jet ski, kite surfing, and paragliding. Sightseeing opportunities are plentiful such as museum, theater, gardens, zoos, amusement parks and many more.

Tourist Attractions in Pattaya


Phuket is Thailand’s largest island, approximately the size of Singapore. Phuket nestles in Andaman Sea waters on Thailand’s Indian Ocean coastline, located 867 kilometers south of Bangkok. Phuket is blessed with magnificent coves and bays, powdery, palm-fringed white beaches, smaller surrounding islands, hospitable people and seafood, delightful turn-of-the-century Sino-Portuguese architecture; numerous sporting and leisure opportunities; a lush tropical landscape – all of which combine to create a delightful ambience for truly memorable holidays. The most famous beaches are Patong, Kata, Karon, Kamala and Nai Harn Beach. Phuket and its islands are ideal for sailing, diving & snorkeling, golfing and all kinds of sports and entertainment you can wish for. You can also take a trip with a submarine to discover the colorful marine lives under the sea. There is plenty of accommodations available ranging from standard bungalows to 5 star hotels.

Tourist Attractions in Phuket


Koh Krabi, the gem of the Andaman Sea, is abundant with picturesque landscapes. Only the pictures of stunning limestone cliffs, beautiful beaches, refreshing waterfalls, breathtaking inland and sea caves, riveting underwater, spectacular islands such as Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta and plentiful activities continually invite those who have never visited as well as those who have been to come back. It is a home to several National Parks with over 130 surrounding islands waiting to be explored. A profusion of activities that can be done is never ending from lazy days on the beach, climbing the rocks, trekking, fishing, diving with the colourful schools of fish. Whether it is a honeymoon, retirement, adventure or anything in between, Krabi has everything on offer. Transport and facilities are no troublesome. They are available almost at every hour of the day. Dining in Krabi is a galore, ranging from street restaurants to fine dining. There is a wide choice of accommodations to serve all preferences

Tourist Attractions in Krabi

Koh Samui

Samui is the third largest Island in Thailand and the largest in an archipelago of more than 80 islands that includes the Ang Thong National Marine Park, a kayaking paradise and day Trip from Ko Samui. While Samui is small enough to be circumnavigated in just a couple of hours by motorbike or car, the island features such a variety of Beaches and activities that it would be impossible to experience everything in a single visit. There are so many beautiful beaches here like Chaweng, Lamai, Taling Ngam, and Natien. Besides plentiful nature, the island is also full of History and Culture.

Tourist Attractions in Koh Samui


Chiang Mai  Province is the hub of Thailand’s northern region. It is also the largest and most culturally important city of the northern region. It is located on Ping River valley and amidst the highest mountain in the country which result in low temperature during the cool season in comparison to other regions in Thailand. Its abundance of natural resources brings about a number of spectacular tourist destinations. Alongside, the rich and indigenous cultural identity and traditions reflect the charm of the region namely diverse dialects, cuisine, handicrafts, festivals and architecture. Meanwhile, Chiang Mai is also a vibrant and modern city. One will never get bored when travelling in the province as there is a great diversity of things to do. Ladies will be pleased by shopping spree that Chiang Mai has to offer. Unique cuisine of the region as well as international food will satisfy all palates. A wide range of accommodations ranges from simple homestays to luxurious hotels.

Tourist Attractions in Chiangmai

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