The land once known as Siam has a mystical history steeped in ancient splendor and traditions. Experiencing its many faces and aspects requires planning and also an agenda based on your particular preferences and predilections. Many flights to Bangkok are plentiful and reasonable, and while planning your itinerary, check out the traveler tips and advice on arts and culture available at here. The following are some of the things no visitor to Thailand should leave without experiencing.
Eating on almost any river in Thailand in the afternoon or at late night is a soothing experience as long as you remember the mosquito lotion. Being lulled to sleep by the gentle rolling rhythm of the river is a calming and unique experience.
This well hidden little beach located at the end of Patong’s Beach road is bit dangerous, but well worth the trip, made partly by motorbike and partly on foot. It can be treacherous when wet, but it is an exciting area to explore and a prime snorkeling location.
A visit to an elephant sanctuary near Phuket is usually the starting point of a Thai safari. Watch trained monkeys harvest coconuts and watch how the locals process coconuts for milk and oil. You can even see how rubber is tapped from local rubber trees.
Natural wellness services are popular in Thailand and easily available. Get a massage and sign up for a healing session. One hotel, the Chiva Som Resort, offers ancient eastern treatments that help heal the body, mind and soul in addition to offering comfortable rooms during your sojourn.
Come and experience thrilling, exotic and unique Thailand.