Thailand is a Southeast Asian country, bordered by Laos and Myanmar to the North, Laos, and Cambodia to the East, Thailand Bay and Malaysia to the South, Myanmar and the Andaman Sea to the West. Regarded as “The Land of Smiles" and "Tourist Paradise", Thailand is famous for tropical beaches, palatial royal palaces, ancient Buddhist Temples, fascinating culture, especially hospitality people. Below are some travel guides for those who want to explore this beautiful country
Thailand’s climate is Xavan tropical which divided into 3 distinct seasons: hot season from March to May, rainy season from May to October and a dry and cool season from November to February. Tourist usually comes to Thailand on the dry and cool season and avoids the rainy months when monsoons blow in from all directions.
There are many ways to help you get around Thailand. For long-distance trips, you can choose bus, train or taxi. In Thailand, you can go almost anywhere by bus. This is also the most used public transportation in the country as the price is very reasonable. Like Vietnam, taxi in Thailand is expected to have a counter meter right after you get in the car. And the train is certainly the cheapest mean of transport in Thailand. Travelling by train, you have a chance to enjoy the beautiful landscapes throughout the window
For short-distance travel, motorbikes or tuk-tuk will be a great choice for you. Motorbikes are very common in Thailand and are a fast way to get around. Or you can choose tuk-tuk, the well-known mean of transport. Although it is not the cheapest transport in Thailand, you must try at least once when traveling Thailand as it's a signature of this "Land of Smiles"
The official currency of Thailand is Baht, including paper and coins. 1 USD equals from 38 to 40 Baht. You can exchange money for the Baht at almost Bangkok banks or at specialized stores called Foreign Exchange Bureaus.
When it comes to visit Thailand, you have various choices for accommodation from luxury hotels, fancy resorts to warm and cozy homestay. Remember that besides room’s quality and price, location is also an important factor. Tourists should choose hotels that are not far from center or spots you plan to visit.
Note: The price of rooms will be higher in the peak season or weekend and cheaper in the low season. Therefore, ask detail before booking is really necessary.Some hotels in Thailand that we highly recommend:
Address: 222 Silom Road, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
Tel: (662) 237-0100
Adress: 2074 Charoenkrung Road Bangkok 10120 Thailand
Tel: (660) 2688 1000
Website: www. ramadaplazamenamriverside.com
Address: 60/1 Moo 6, Srisoonthorn Rd., Cherngtalay, Phuket, Thailand
Tel: (66) 7631 0100
Address: 88 Sakdidej Rd, Vichit, Muang, Chang Wat Phuket 83000, Thailand
Tel: (66) 7637 1000