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If you’re seeking a destination that offers unlimited variety-Thailand is the place! Whether you want to soak up the alluring Thai culture, enjoy the delectable cuisine, relax on a pristine beach, explore nature, meditate at a traditional Temple, visit a historic site or enjoy the exciting nightlife, Thailand has something for you.


Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia, welcoming over 38 million tourists in 2016. The country has a population of over 68 million people, and tourism is the largest employer and earner of the country’s foreign exchange. The city of Bangkok is the perfect place to visit as a first-time visitor to Thailand, this city is filled with alluring attractions, and there’s enough variety to fit all types of Budgets. You can also spend a few days in Hua Hin since it’s very close to Bangkok and accessible by bus, car or train and extremely affordable.


Thailand is also the only South-East Asian country that was never colonized by a European nation and the name of the Thai language (Prathet Thai) which means “land of the free” speaks to this fact. Thailand has over 35,000 Temples and more than 5000 Elephants, more than half the Elephants are domesticated. Thailand is also an archipelago of over 1400 Islands.



The high season for Tourism in Thailand is between November and April, which results in higher prices. Between November and February are the coolest months in Thailand and the most appealing time to travel. However, if you can tolerate a downpour or two mostly during the afternoons and 85-degree temperature, the months of April to October will be great for traveling, since beaches are less crowded and prices for hotels and attractions are drastically reduced.




Thailand has a tropical climate and the temperatures are high throughout the year ranging from 85-90 degrees at the hottest to 65-degrees at the lowest. The country experiences three distinct seasons; the hot season from March to May when temperatures are at the highest, the rainy season from June to October and the cool season from November to February.



  • Experience the Flight of the Gibbon in Chiang Mai

  • Enjoy some traditional Thai Street food

  • Climb the Sathorn Unique Tower in Bangkok

  • Take a trip to Ayutthaya the UNESCO World Heritage site

  • Jungle trekking in Northern Thailand

  • Go Flyboarding in Kon Samui

  • Go rafting down a scenic Thai river

  • Visit a floating market in Bangkok

  • Visit a peaceful Buddhist Temple

  • Experience a Thai therapeutic massage

  • Explore Krabi’s caves in Tham Klang

  • Visit the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai

  • Go snorkeling in the alluring Phi Phi Islands

  • Go diving in the pristine waters of Mu Ko Similan

  • Visit the temple of the Reclining Buddha in Wat Po

  • Visit a red-light district in Bangkok



If planning to bring your kids with you on your vacation to Thailand, you have nothing to worry about. You will not have to worry about limited food variations- kids love Thai cuisine, and they might be requesting their favorite Thai dish when they get back home! So, go ahead and take that Thai cooking course! For other alternative choices, there’s a McDonald's and other familiar western food outlets all over. Thailand is also one of the most affordable destinations for families anywhere in the world.



  • Language – Official language of Thailand is Thai

  • Money – The currency used in Thailand is the Thai Baht

  • Tipping – Tipping is not customary in Thailand. It is however appreciated, the amount that you tip is based on your discretion and you’re free to leave a large tip if you received exceptional service.

  • Passport and Visas – If traveling from the United States, Canada or any Western European country, your passport will get you into Thailand. However, please ensure that your passport expires at least six months after your trip departure date.

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