- Despite being such a tourist friendly country
- Thailand Tourism indeed encompasses so much – pristine white beaches, colourful markets, thriving cities and lots of bargain shopping.
- Cosmopolitan in outlook and yet homely at heart – this is what makes Thailand special
- There’s something for everyone here
Thailand is a favourite among travellers and for good reasons. There’s so much to see here and do that you’ll need more than one trip to experience all the delights that the country has to offer. Thailand Tourism indeed encompasses so much – pristine white beaches, colourful markets, thriving cities and lots of bargain shopping.
Despite being such a tourist friendly country, with literally millions of foreign tourists flying in every year, Thailand is still rural in large pockets, and villages juxtapose with big cities easily. Herein lies its charm. Cosmopolitan in outlook and yet homely at heart – this is what makes Thailand special!
There’s something for everyone here. Tourists who want to enjoy the beauty of its calm beaches, or those who have come here to sample some of the rich and eclectic Thai culture, or those who want to taste authentic Thai food. Thailand
|Also Known as||Siam|
|Time Zone||UTC+7 (ICT)|
|Area||513,120 Square Kilometer|
|Best known for||Spa, Coconut Oil and Thai Silk|
|Things To Do||Visit Elephant Nature Park, Grand Palace in Bangkok, The Full-Moon Party And Shopping|
|Places To Visit||Beaches, Erawan National Park And Wat Pho Reclining Buddha|
Thailand is located in Southeast Asia, and is divided into six regions – East, West, North, Northeast, Central, and South. Each region has something marvellous to offer, especially if you’re looking to experience the best of Thailand Tourism.
The North is known for its majestic mountain ranges and nature trails while the Northeast is famous for its Thai Jasmine Rice that is grown here. Central Thailand is known for its farming and agriculture but what stands out is the historical Chao Phraya River which runs through here. Thailand’s capital, Bangkok lies here with its numerous attractions and shopping centres.To the South of Thailand, there are beautiful beaches thronged by tourists. Phuket and Koh Samui fall here whereas Eastern Thailand has some stunning sights on offer such as Pattaya and Koh Samet. Towards the West, there are mountains, waterfalls and dams and also national parks such as the Thong Pha Phum National Park
Thailand typically has three seasons – hot, wet and cool. Make sure you check the weather before you travel as there are some places that are better in certain seasons.
Nevertheless, with its tropical climate, Thailand tends to stay hot from March to May. If you don’t like the heat, then the best time to visit Thailand is during the cool season which is from November to February and far more comfortable for travel. The rainy season lasts from June to October.