With stunning beaches of white sands and blue seas, rich culture and incredible shopping, Thailand is truly one of the world’s best travel destinations. It is a world-renowned destination for honeymooners and families alike, with entertainment and activities to fit everyone’s budget.
The weather in Thailand is mostly humid and hot throughout the year, with just a few months of cool weather. Since it is a tropical country, Thailand has the typical three seasons found in countries of the tropical region. There is a hot, cool and rainy season but usually it is good for visiting throughout the year. The temperature usually ranges from 19-38 degrees Celsius which is pleasant enough for most people travelling to Thailand.
Thailand is divided into five regions, the North, the Northeast, Eastern region, Central region and the South. In the Northern peaks you will find beautiful forests full of exotic wildlife and hill tribes. The central plains are known as the “Rice Bowl of Asia”. Bangkok is also located in the central region of Thailand. All across the Northeastern plateau which stretches from the Mekong River border with Laos to the South you will find resplendent beaches and stunning islands which include Phuket and Samui.
Thailand boasts some of the most beautiful hotels and resorts in the world. From five-star luxury resorts in tropical islands like Koh Samui to stunning hotels in the heart of Bangkok city, there is a hotel available to fit every person’s budget. The peak season in Thailand is from December to February when it is cool, and off-season is from May to August which is typically the hot season.
Travel and transport:
Travelling within Thailand is very well-organized. All modern means of transport are available for travelling purposes which include travelling by bus, taxi, rail, boat, airplanes and even the traditional rickshaws. Whether you are travelling within Bangkok, visiting the beautiful islands or even trying to reach the country’s remotest destinations, you will find well-planned means of transportation which meet everyone’s budget. All the modes of transportation have well-defined and frequent departures to accommodate locals and foreigners alike. Ideally you should book your travelling means and accommodation from your home country but last-minute travel arrangements are also possible without any hassles.
Activities and entertainment:
You can find all sorts of activities and entertainment in Thailand. From simple sightseeing to adventurous jungle trekking, everything that you can imagine is available for you. Cruises to the various islands of Thailand are very popular as well as island hopping in glass bottom boats. You can do paragliding, wind surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, jet skiing, white water rafting, kayaking or canoeing, cave explorations, mountain biking, visit wineries, fishing, elephant riding and get entertained in the city by watching cultural shows and even take Thai cooking classes.