Travel to Thailand
Thailand has been a favorite destination for decades and it’s no surprise that many travelers are likely to return. The locals here are very chill with a refreshingly, uncomplicated outlook on life. It is family and tradition that keeps this culture thriving. If this is your first visit to Thailand, then be prepared to receive a new perspective on life itself and a new appreciation for Siamese culture. Expect to have a great time with something for everyone to enjoy!
In the capital city of Bangkok, you will find ultra-modern cityscape rises next to quiet canal-side communities and iconic temples like War Arun, Wat Pho, and the Emerald Buddha Temple. Travel north to the mountain resorts of Chiang Mai where you'll witness an astonishing, historic blend of old culture with nature. From here, it is easy to access the heart of the hill tribe area and dig deeper into Thailand's incredible cultural diversity. Many ethnic minority groups still lead traditional farm lifestyles. In between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, remnants of historic Siamese cities like Ayutthaya and Sukhothai are filled with fascinating Buddhist temples and ancient ruins.
Head south from Bangkok, and you will encounter Southern Thailand which hosts the many tropical islands of Paradise in Phuket. Witness amazing sights like the extraordinary limestone stacks of Phang Nga Bay.
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When is the Best Time To Visit Thailand?
The best time to visit Thailand is during the cool and dry season between November and early April. Although you can really visit all year round by choosing the right part of the kingdom for your preferred climate.
The east and west coasts of south Thailand have different climates. The west coast is more comfortable during the winter months, when diving and snorkeling will be at its best. The weather on the east coast is good for most of the year, and the rainfall is lowest in January and February and highest in November.