Discover popular Thailand destinations
Often referred to as "the land of smiles", Thailand is one of the most desired and most
popular holiday and travel destinations. It's also a good destination for budget travellers, with the basics like
food and accommodation reasonably priced.
When you are looking for a tropical destination, Thailand should be
on your tropical holiday list. This lush exotic paradise offers
great beaches, tropical gardens, busy cities, and a unique culture. One of its many charms is Koh
Samui, a true tropical paradise island.
Another well-known and recognizable tourist destination in Thailand is
Phuket, which features a number of interesting attractions. These include Old Phuket Town, Phi Phi
Island, and Phang Nga Bay. Some of the most iconic movies have been filmed on Thailand beaches and
Phi Phi Island.
Thailand Tourism Myths
It's one of the most popular exotic destinations in the world, with a lot to
offer for all types of travellers. So, if you are thinking of visiting an exotic destination,
Thailand is one of the best. However, there are some Thai tourism myths that keep stoping some
people from visiting, even though they're not true.
Being a tropical destination, Thailand can be rainy, warm and cloudy during the southwest
monsoon season from mid May to September. During the northeast monsoon season from November to mid March, it's
generally dry and cool. The southern isthmus (the narrowest part of the Malay Peninsula) is generally hot and
The most common language spoken is Thai, although English is gaining in popularity due to the
influx of tourists. English language is also spoken by the Thai elite. When you travel to village areas, you will
encounter ethnic and regional dialects spoken. It's wise to get an interpreter or travel guide to help you
understand the locals.
|One of the most recognizable images from Thailand reflects its rich and unique
A strange combination of contrasts, Thailand can be very stressful when attempting to get around Bangkok. But it
can be also extremely relaxing visiting any of the number of eautiful beaches that exist along the Thai coast.
These beaches have served as the settings for several films.
Traditional beach resort areas like Phuket and Phi Phi and rustic beaches like the one belonging to the Ko Chang
island, with some beach bungalows, a few local bars and a couple of stores, are easy to find. To locate beaches
catering to a mixed taste, you will need to ask the locals or your travel agent, but it’s pretty simple finding
just the resort you desire.
However, do not limit yourself to just the beach. Up country, towards the north, you can find the city of Chang
Mai, the Summer Palace of the King of Thailand, and little villages where you can partake of interesting local
customs and rituals. Rafting, hiking, mountain biking, diving, snorkeling, trekking, and other adventure sports are
also popular among outdoor enthusiasts.