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Thailand Tours

Thailand is probably the most-frequented country in the entire Southeast Asia.

 

The country has a certain charm that draws all sorts of people from different walks of life, coming from distant lands thousands of miles across the globe.

 

Well, it is not really hard to see why.

You can find anything you can possibly want in here.

Whether you are a hip yuppie looking for a lively nightlife, or a shopaholic on the hunt for great bargains, or an overly stressed executive in need of a relaxing vacation, or a retiree in search of nice and peaceful retreat, you can find it all here.

 

What’s more…Thailand, as it is popularly known as the land of smiles, is inhabited by people with contagiously happy faces. And visitors couldn’t help but smile back as if enchanted both by the people and the enthralling place that is Thailand.

 

Thailand Tours

Since there are too many beautiful tourist spots in this country, you would want to plan your Thailand tours very carefully so as to make the most out of it.

To help you out in your planning here are a few tips on Thai places you should tour. If you are interested to see how city life in Thailand differs to the ones you have back home, here is a list of most frequented Thai cities where you can meet fellow tourists: Ayutthaya, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai Kanchanaburi, Nakhon Ratchasima, Pattaya, Sukhothai, and Surat Thani. As you may already know, Bangkok is the city capital hence the most popular of all Thai cities.

 

But what you may not know is that it is not the first capital of Thailand. Bangkok only comes in third after Ayutthaya, which was the second city capital after Sukothai.

 

Visit these cities and you will learn not only about Thai city life but also about Old Siam’s colorful history and transformation. Aside from active night clubs, there are also museums and interesting ruins to visit in these cities such as World War II museums, the River Kwai’s old bridge, and the Golden Triangle.

Now for those who want to escape from the city life and commune with nature, here are some national parks, wildlife reserves, quiet islands, and sandy beaches with breathtaking sceneries: Ko Chang, Ko Lipe, Ko Pha Ngan, Ko Samet, Ko Samui, Khao Sok National Park, Khao Yai National Park, Krabi Province, and Tarutao National Park.

 

A tour to any of these places would surely invigorate your body and soul. You will return to your home city with a fresh perspective.

 
 

  

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