Whether it’s Bangkok or Phuket you head for, Thailand is a culturally fascinating place with many sightseeing opportunities around.
The southern coastline of Thailand is an attraction to those who enjoy beach based holidays, where you can relax, indulge, and be as lazy as you like. If you do bring yourself to leave the beach, there are many national parks, land and marine scattered around for you and your family to enjoy.
There are glittering temples, bounty like beaches and colourful cities to rattle your senses. Bangkok is a cultural experience in more ways than one, but never the less, a fascinating place to visit. One thing you’ll notice is that culturally, Thailand is extremely different to life in the UK, which can really stoke up your adventurous side.
Take a walk through the unique tribal villages in the Northern hills or simply absorb the peace and tranquillity of the tropical islands. It really is up to you how you enjoy Thailand. However, you can’t visit this country without seeing the famous Bridge on the River Kwai to mystical Buddhist temples.
There is a wide variety of accommodation available throughout Thailand and plenty of sunshine to go around between June and October. Thailand enjoys a tropical climate generally, being hottest between February and May.
There aren’t many countries who can boast such a unique variety of dishes to offer. The food is ‘chilli hot’ or ‘chilli not’, as mild cuisine can make an appearance in some dishes. Thai cuisine is essentially the marriage of centuries of old Eastern and Western influences combined on one plate!
Tempting Thailand is a place that never ceases to surprise, delight and intrigue. Commonly known as the ‘Land of Smiles’ Thailand is a place that is full of eastern promise and well worth a visit.