Recognized by tourists as "the most exotic country in Asia" Thailand successfully fulfilling its reputation. You will find a unique culture with rich and varied historical sites, outstanding natural beauty of the mountains and jungles in the north to the
center and rice plantations to golden beaches, sand and tropical islands in the south. Thai people with natural charm and cheerful temperament, will make you feel just like in the middle of their loved ones. Often called "City of Angels" or "Venice of the
East", Bangkok the capital of Thailand has no less than 22 areas that deserves the title of "town center", more than 400 temples, 800 hotels and plenty of skyscrapers.
Phuket, Thailand's largest island, connected to the mainland by the famous bridge Saphan Sarasate - Valentine Bridge, with an area of about 550km², is a beautiful place of relaxation and natural beauty. Mountains, rainforests, waterfalls, fields of palm trees,
beaches whitish water color of the sky, make Phuket a destination that deserves its popularity. The most beautiful beaches of Phuket are Banglao Bay, an estuary wide and charming, which boasts a range of 6 km, with villas and other accommodations luxurious
and Kamala Beach, a sandy beach located north of Patong, which It draws primarily by its quiet atmosphere, because there has not yet penetrated the mass influx of tourism, and secondarily on surfing enthusiasts. However, the biggest temptation here remains
nocturnal amusement park - Phuket FantaSea. Other wonderful beaches include restaurants offering traditional Kata Beach and a wild nightlife, Karon Beach with his nightly walks and of course, we should not overlook Patong Beach, which focuses biggest tourist
Krabi include undoubtedly among the most beautiful and picturesque places in Thailand. This province is distinguished by its volcanic massifs, leaving the large and impressive monumentality. Krabi stretches along the Andaman coastline and charm through its
deserted lagoons, unspoiled beaches and azure blue sea that. If you want to rest after the sun and surf out to explore the cave Tigers - Wat Tham Seua. Tiger Cave temple complex is located about 7 km north of Krabi, whose monumentality is on the place of worship
that rises up toward the top of the mountain. In 1200 he will lead steps, but worth waiting because you climb an unforgettable view of the surroundings. Panorama will leave you breathless.
As is customary, we start with capital of Thailand. In recent years the number of its inhabitants increased considerably, reaching the incredible figure of 6 million. Bangkok is a modern metropolis and important in South East Asia. You can not say that it is
a very beautiful city, but will impress you by its history, whose testimonies you will see almost every step. The initial title was Krung Thep city, which in translation means "City of Angels".
Bangkok is divided into two parts, namely the East and the West. The eastern part is himself Bangkok, where most palaces and temples, as well as Chinatown and the Indian. Chinatown is famous mainly due to its narrow streets with stalls offering various goods
and souvenirs. The second part is called Thonburi, who has served since 1782 as the capital of the country.
Bangkok is a mixture of entertainment of all kinds, typical of the city amusement parks, luxury hotels, fairs, discos and brothels. Here live more than 10% of the entire population of Thailand.
In Bangkok There are many places that you should not skip.
Wat Phra Kaeo and the Royal Palace
The two monuments are the real heart of the city. The complex is surrounded by four walls with a total length of 1900 m. Throughout this area you will find a large number of historic buildings and places of worship. The best known is Wat Phra Kaeo, home to
the largest religious symbol of Thailadei respectively Emerald Buddha. What it is? It is a green jade statue, placed on a high pedestal. The interesting part is that in each of the three seasons of the year, the statue has other clothes. It is also worth to
mention the Wat Pho, one of the oldest places of worship in the city, which is another great attraction that Buddha slept, the National Museum and Temple Sanoma Luang, where, outside religious holidays , organized cremation of deceased belonging to the royal
family. Other important locations are fair Damnoen floating Sadduak and Chinatown ..
The rainfall occurs only for very short periods, sometimes just an hour or one night. The rainy season is linked to agriculture and is used for organizing festivals and most national holidays. The ideal period to visit Thailand is from September to March, when
the temperature is around 30 ° C. The least favorable period is from March to June, when temperatures often exceed the value of 40 ° C and the humidity is high. It should be noted that in Thailand the humidity is maintained at high levels throughout the year,
Pay attention to temperature differences, especially when traveling to areas at higher altitude because there may even decrease the temperature below 10 ° C. As the altitude increases, the temperature becomes lower, and the differences between day and night
are more pronounced. On the coast, the climate is always weighted breeze thanks. If just happens to rain, do not worry and go on a trip, say to Bangkok, where you can roam the famous fairs and stores or visit one of the most famous parks in the world. In any
case, remember to take your sunglasses and protective cosmetic.
Because most often, you will not have its own means of transportation available, certainly will interest local transport opportunities, which are similar throughout the country. It is variegated and crowded, but also cheerful. Means of transport most commonly
used is the bus that runs late into the night and is fairly inexpensive.
In Thailand it applies everywhere târguielii unwritten rule, which is an inseparable part of local culture. Therefore, it is not too advisable to sit in a means of transport, including bus before setting clear price to destination. You can not leave Thailand
without strolling with one means of transport traditional rickshaw or tuk-tuk respectively. These colorful tricycles have become a symbol of Thailand, though the knowledge of the city are completely unsuitable due to reduced capacity and limited visibility.
However, it says that those who have not tried if it would not be passed through Thailand. Overall, domestic transport has a very affordable price, the main problem is just The deal, which often is done in the style of our ancestors, that with hands and feet.