Thailand Travel Guide
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Introduction to Thailand

The Kingdom of Thailand is the most visited destination in Southeast Asia, followed closely by Malaysia and Singapore. Thailand has a vibrant visible culture than any other country in Southeast Asia. The history of the Kingdom is very mysterious, involving many different peoples, the rule of different kings and the interaction of diversified cultures. As a small reminder, please remember that Thailand recently changed the visa rules and we would advise you, to apply a visa from any Thai Embassy abroad if you plan to stay more then 30 days. Please also remember that sadly for the past few years, a low level insurgency is been waged in Pattani, Narathiwat and Yala and you should stay away from those three provinces for the time being.

Bangkok Travel Guide

Bangkok Travel InformationOne thing to remember when you travel to Bangkok is that it's the capital city of Thailand. King Rama I created the city of Bangkok. It is a combination of old and new country. This city truly shows the respect they have for their traditions along with their coming into modern day society. In every way you look at it, this truly is the capital, as this is where the Royal family lives as well as being the main location of the government and administration. It is the major center for industry, commercialism, and financial activity. It's the main port and it's inhabited by roughly 1/10 of the United Kingdom. It's located on the Chao Phraya River, which flows into the Gulf of Siam.

Khaosan Travel Guide

Khaosan Travel Information Backpackers in Khaosan find Khaosan Road located in Bangkok's Banglamphu a very popular hangout. The backpackers are looking for bargains in their places to stay as well as sharing any travel tips they may have along with tales. You can enjoy cold bear as well as homemade yogurt, which is what all Western travelers enjoy. Those from Japan enjoy finding souvenirs. It smells interesting because you can see street vendors who are frying noodles, pancakes.

Chiang Mai Travel Guide

Chiang Mai Travel Information Chiang Mai was founded in 1296. It is the principal northern city of Thailand. It is located roughly 700 kilometers from Bangkok. It's 300 meters above normal sea level. Mountains surround it from the Himalayan Mountains. Elephants work the forest even today. Beautiful waterfalls, caves, gorges, orchards, as well as plantations create a beautiful detailed landscape. There are major temples in the city. One is called Wat Chiang Man, which is the oldest one.

Hua Hin Travel Guide

Hua Hin Travel Information Hua Hin is the oldest beach resort in Thailand and it opened in 1920 and gained its popularity with the help of experts from the social arena. It was guaranteed to be popular and accessible by the use of a railway line being constructed. The character that Hua Hin shows is due to its royal connection. There is an official residence for royals even today at the Klai Kangwon Palace. King Rama VII built a summer place at the resort. Then in 1928 he built the Klai Kangwon Palace.

Pattaya Travel Guide

Pattaya Travel Information Pattaya has so many hotels and resorts on offer. Some of the best resorts are the Ambassador City Resort on Jomtien Beach, or Royal Cliff Beach Resort. You could also go to a massage parlor for relaxation or visit one of the Go-Go Bars in Pattaya. Most establishments such as above are usually located on the beach in the southern part of Pattaya. There are a wide variety of activities to keep you and your family in Pattaya busy the entire time you are at the resort if that is what you wish.

Phuket Travel Guide

Phuket Travel Information The largest island in Thailand is Phuket. It is about 870 kilometers south of Bangkok. Phuket is a beautiful island with coves, bays, palm-fringed white beaches, island dotted seas, very friendly people, wonderful accommodations, fantastic seafood, majestic mountains, relaxing waterfalls, and many marine parks. In other words, there is no better place to create wonderful memories of your vacation than on the island of Phuket.

Koh Samui Travel Guide

Koh Samui Travel InformationIf you wish to explore Koh Samui more than just swim or sunbathe, then you can visit other island's nearby. Just hire a boat and travel to Koh Phangan for the legandary full moon parties, which is the closest and largest island that has some bungalows in economy class. You will also find beautiful waterfalls and scenic beaches. You could also visit one of the two smaller islands, Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan, which are day trips. You can snorkel in the beautiful water and see all the underwater beauty lay.

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