One of the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia, Thailand is a country with a fascinating history, a Buddhist culture, and amazing scenery that attracts travelers from all over the world. Also, in Thailand the food is delicious, there is more variety, and it’s surprisingly very affordable. You’ll easily find favorites such as pad thai and curry,
Thailand has some of the most pristine beaches in the world. Warm, crystal clear water, stunning vistas, and marine life to glare at as you swim, scuba or snorkel. If you want to reconnect with nature, to unwind and get some fresh air Hua Hin is a definitely a perfect place to visit. Thus, there are so many different types of beaches. Hua Hin is one of the top tourist destinations in Thailand from its great amount of attractions and activities – plus it isn’t far from Bangkok. Not only beaches but has many incredible beaches, mountains, viewpoints, temples, night markets, water parks, and fine diners for you to choose from with your family and enjoy at any time of the year. Want to have your own piece of paradise? There are a number of villas for sale in Hua Hin.
Would you prefer something a bit more adventurous? Go to the hills and explore the mountainous valleys and spend some time with the Hill Tribe people. Or perhaps you may want something more cultural? Go to Chiang Mai and enjoy the ancient cultural land, from temples to palaces and ancient ruins you’ll never run short of a chance to learn from the traditions and customs of this incredible city. Chiang Mai is Thailand’s “Rose of the North” holds both cultural and natural diversity. Chiang Mai means “new city” and has preserved the name despite celebrating its 700th anniversary way back in 1996. King Meng Rai the Great, a religious and devoted leader who founded many of the city’s temples. Chiang Mai not only became the cultural and capital core of the Lanna Kingdom, it is also the center of Buddhism in northern Thailand.
Your trip to Thailand won’t be complete without a visit to Bangkok, a huge metropolis filled with traffic and shopping centers worthy of any international capital. If you like markets, bargains or souvenirs you’ll find shopping in Thailand very rewarding. Big city markets carry everything from shoes to art, and the shopping malls in Bangkok are some of the fanciest in the world.