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Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It's known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. Thailand, also known as the Land of Smiles, is a jewel of Southeast Asia. Developed enough to provide most comforts yet still wild enough to offer off-the-beaten path adventure, Thailand is a country ripe with opportunity for once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences. Whether you start with the world-class beaches in the south or the mountain villages in the north, Thailand will not disappoint.

Capital: Bangkok
Currency: Thai baht

Finding an excuse to plan a Thailand trip is not at all difficult as the country has so much to offer for everyone. While its pristine islands and beaches lure nature lovers and couples, the local nightlife is something that partygoers, young and adventurous that cannot resist.

Major Places to visit:

• Bangkok
• Pattaya
• Phuket
• Krabi
• Phi Phi island
• Koh Samui
• Ayutthaya
• Koh Tao
• Chiang Mai
• Koh Samui

Things to do Thailand

Thailand is the number one tourist location in South East Asia, and it is easy to see why. Best known for its breath-taking beaches, its stunning temples and the modern urban sprawl that is Bangkok, it is a country where getting bored is just not an option.

From the moment you step of the plane to the time you leave you will be surrounded by some of the friendliest, down to earth and genuine people that you could want to meet. It’s easy to see why Thailand is often called the ‘Land of Smiles’.

1. Visit the Grand Palace

Set in the heart of Bangkok this is probably the most famous attraction there is. For 150 years the palace was home to the king, his court, and the entire government of Thailand as well as the Royal Mint. With an area of 218,400 sq. meters there is so much to see and do, you will not be disappointed. In 1782 huge walls were built around the palace and offices to make it the attraction it is today, please note that a strict dress code is in place at the palace so you will need to dress in appropriate clothing or entry will be refused.

2. Go Elephant Trekking at Mahawangchang Elephant Camp

If you are going to see elephants in Thailand then it is only fair that you see them in their natural environment, situated about a four hour drive from Bangkok this camp will not let you down. At Mahawangchang Elephant Camp you get to swim in the river with the elephants whilst your tourist guide takes endless photos on their camera for you. Riding bareback on the elephants whilst they are playing in the river is a truly amazing experience and one not to miss.

3. Have a Thai Massage

Thai massages are famous the world over, the style of massage is unique as it stretches your body as well as working on your bodies pressure points. The whole experience will leave you feeling invigorated and balanced. Every small town and city is guaranteed to have many massage parlors and the prices are very cheap compared to what you would pay back home.

4. Visit The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

There are several floating markets in Thailand but this one is the biggest and most famous, it is huge! There are boats everywhere going up and down the canals selling all sorts of foods and fruits. A visit to this market will give you a real insight into how things were many years ago. For those who love to take photos the narrow canals and small wooden stilt houses are sure to give you countless opportunities. The market is situated about 100km outside of Bangkok but it is well worth the traveling time.

4. Take a trip to Koh Phi Phi

Shooting to fame after the Leonardo DiCaprio classic ‘The Beach’ as well as appearing in James Bond. Koh Phi Phi is a stunning island situated in the province of Krabi, this island is a must visit on any trip to Thailand. After visiting this staggeringly beautiful island no beach will ever feel as beautiful. The island has no roads so you will have to do a fair amount of walking but with everything happening between the two main beaches you will never be far from the hive of activity.

5. Take a Trip To The City of Ayutthaya

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya needs to be on your Thailand to-do list. Originally the capital of Thailand the city was founded in 1350 when King U Thong relocated to the city to escape an outbreak of smallpox. However in 1767 the Burmese army marched on the city and destroyed nearly every part of it. The kingdom collapsed and was never the same again. The ruins of the city are preserved in the historical park and are certainly worth a visit when in the country.

6. Island hopping

Thailand has over 5,000 miles of coastline just waiting to be explored. Travel by long-tail boat and discover as many beaches and islands as possible. See Phang Nga Bay and the limestone rocks that are so famously photographed off Thailand's west coast, or island hop in the Andaman Sea off of Phuket and Krabi. Here's you'll discover white-sand beaches and abundant snorkelling on Ko Phi Phi Lee and Ko Phi Phi Don.
The calm sea and clear conditions are perfect for kayaking, too. It's a great way to explore the islands without the masses on tourist boats or passenger ferries, and take the experience at your own pace. The coastlines of Koh Phan Ngan, Koh Tao and Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand are particularly picturesque.

7. Floating markets

It's the iconic photo shot: the floating market, with rickety wooden boats piled high with colourful local produce. Pick a market, and arrive early to avoid crowds and bag the best bargains. Don’t forget your camera – these markets are very colourful.
Damnoen Saduak, Ratchaburi: The most famous of the floating markets, located 100km south-west of Bangkok en route to Hua Hin/Cha-am. Amphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkhram: Open in the afternoons and situated next to a temple. Taling Chan Weekend Floating Market, Bangkok: Only recently discovered by tourists, this market is entirely authentic and frequented by locals. Try a range of Thai fruits including custard apples, yellow longan and the pungent durian.

8. Ancient ruins and national parks

Thailand boasts diverse landscapes, and its national parks are renowned for their beauty and scale. You'll also find UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and superb hiking and biking trails in plenty of spots. Our favourite national parks include: Doi Inthanon National Park (home to Thailand’s highest peak); Khao Yai National Park (considered to be one of Asia’s largest monsoon forests and a UNESCO World Heritage Site); Sai Yok National Park (with several waterfalls, caves and rare animals to discover); Khao Sok National Park (considered the finest in southern Thailand). Other natural highlights include:

Phimai Historical Park: With 12th-century Khmer ruins.

Phanom Rung Historical Park:
Home to Ancient Khmer ruins, dating from the 12th century, constructed of sandstone.

Khao Sai Dao Waterfall:
Visitors can explore a wildlife sanctuary, as well as an astonishing 16-level waterfall that flows year round.

Erawan Waterfall:
It boasts seven tiers of waterfalls, each feeding freshwater pools you can swim in.

Thilosu Waterfall:
Considered by many to be the most beautiful waterfall in South-East Asia.

Travel Packages:

As stated above Thailand is a country that has something for everyone. So, it doesn’t matter whether you are young, old, travelling alone, with friends or family, you will definitely have something special.

Thailand tour packages can be categorized whether according to the cities you like to visit or according to the company you are going with.

Most picked Thailand Packages:

• Amazing Bangkok – 2N/3D
• Fascinating Pattaya – 3N/4D
• Traversing Thailand – 4N/5D (including 2 major cities)
• Adventures Thailand- 7N/8D
• Romantic Thailand – 5N/6D (includes Koh Samui)

And many more that can be customized as per your taste…..

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