Thailand – Acting As a Magnet for Travelers
Thailand acts like a magnet for travelers the world over with its great food, tropical climate, fascinating culture and great beaches. It also holds fantastic shopping avenues and vibrant night life. Above all, Thailand holds more than three hundred Buddhist temples which speak highly of the cultural heritage of the country. There are over hundred national parks including twenty marine parks which points to the richness of land and marine fauna.
Thailand is the most popular destination in South East Asia which homes rich diversity. You get to see lush green thick jungle and crystal blue waters. There is exotic food that will make you ecstatic. Thailand is equipped with almost all modern amenities yet is cheap. From bungalows which cater to backpackers to best luxury hotels– Thailand Tour Packages take care of every price bracket. Other notable feature that despite heavy tourist flow – Thailand keeps the quintessential “Thainess” alive with a culture and history of its own. The carefree people renowned for their smiles and fun-seeking sanuk lifestyle are a bonus. They say many extend their stay allured by Thailand attractions and some never leave.
Thailand is a land of great geographical diversity. It can be conveniently divided into five geographic and cultural regions. The Northern Thailand which is mountainous and homes Chiang Mai, Hill tribes and golden triangle. In these mountainous regions those interested can go trekking, mountain biking, photography, birding and camping or get up close to exotic animals. Then, the Isaan or undeveloped north east. You can get off the beaten track and discover backcountry Thailand and some magnificent Khmer ruins. Central Thailand homes Bangkok, lowland and historic sites of Thailand. Eastern Thailand holds beaches and islands within easy reach of Bangkok like Pattaya, Ko Samet and Ko Chang. Southern Thailand holds hundreds of kilometers of coastline and countless islands on both Andaman Sea and Gulf of Thailand including Phuket, Krabi, Ko Samui, Ko Tao and many more famous beaches of Thailand.
Due to diverse geography Thailand homes diverse climatic conditions and this results in diversity in plant and animal species. The fact that country has more than hundred national parks including twenty marine parks point to this diversity.
The diverse climatic conditions let tourists find conducive climate in some or other part of Thailand any time of the year. The Thai climate is governed by tropical monsoons. The weather is generally hot and humid across most of the country throughout major part of the year. It is said that Thailand Tourism is easy to plan as climate is easy to anticipate.
Thailand nightlife is renowned sometimes even infamous. Every part of Thailand offers avenues for a vibrant night life. You can pluck your hair out in pubs, discos and restaurants. If you feel like having a companion there are plenty on sale or you may get one for free, that is if you are fortunate.
Thai cuisine is world renowned for its deliciousness. It blends five fundamental tastes like sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty. Some common ingredients used in Thai cuisine include garlic, chillies, lime juice, lemon grass and fish sauce. Rice is the staple food in Thailand, especially so, jasmine variety rice which is included in almost every meal.
Thailand offers large avenues for shopping. You can shop for anything, including endangered animals, in the streets of Bangkok and Chiang Mai. So come and enjoy the ultimate holidays in this Land of Smiles booking one from the many tailor made Thailand holiday packages. So come and join the party with Thailand.
Sonu Yadav - About Author:
Sonu writes about various beautiful tours and travel destinations of the world. He is providing valuable information on Thailand Travel Packages and Thailand Tours etc. For more information visit to http://www.thailandtourpackages.org.in/
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