Why we love Thailand

Love ThailandThailand is a amazing kingdom, highlighting Buddhist sanctuaries, intriguing natural life, and breathtaking islands. Alongside an entrancing history and a remarkable culture that incorporates scrumptious Thai food and Thai massage, Thailand includes an advanced capital city, and friendly people who epitomize Thailand’s “land of smiles” reputation.

Why Thailand is unique?


It’s difficult to abridge the differences of traveling to Thailand. Its capital, Bangkok, is an overflowing city with plated sanctuaries and castles, while the two coastlines, on the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, have postcard-consummate shorelines. In the bumpy inside, slope tribes live as they have for centuries. Also, wherever you go in Thailand, fresh seafood, countless curries, and noodle dishes so delicious you’ll never want to return to your local Thai take-out. Your most enduring impression, in any case, will be the kind disposition of local people .

Before you go to Thailand you should know:

What is the electricity volt in Thailand ?

The electric current in Thailand is 220 Volt AC (50 cycles) throughout the country. Travelers with shavers, tape recorders and other appliances should carry a plug-adapter kit. The better hotels will make available 110 Volt transformers.

Is it safe to drink water in Thailand ?

In spite of the fact that faucet water in Bangkok is actually sheltered to drink, the pipes in specific structures may make water imprudent to ingest. Besides, explorers’ unaccustomed to generally safe microbes in the water could get irritated stomachs from drinking ice that is in fact “safe” to devour. Filtered water in Thailand is prescribed as it is shoddy and omnipresent and most ice is protected to expend as it is created with consumable water, with 3D shape ice by and large more secure than pounded ice.

What is the car Feul in Thailand ?

Fuel for autos in Thailand is transcendently unleaded petrol, sold by the liter. Greater vehicles, for example, vans, utilize diesel. Both are promptly accessible at petrol stations all through the nation. Costs run from 20 to 30 baht for each liter. Most administration stations acknowledge Visa and MasterCard, and for the most part close by 10pm or midnight.

Is it easy to travel to Thailand with reduced mobility?

Thailand is not a simple place to visit for individuals with diminished portability or other physical difficulties. The bigger resorts and vacation spots give offices to crippled individuals, however in country territories open transport is constrained and frequently blocked off to wheelchair clients.

Is it safe to use the Public transport in Thailand?

The Public transport in Thailand is very thick and can take you anyplace in the nation at any rate by bus. Bus is the most prominent mean of transport and the most utilized by Thai people, but also you can use train and metro, they have great network that covers most of Bangkok and other cities and its safe and very clean.

When to Go to Thailand?

When you plan to visit Thailand, recall that there are three seasons: summer, winter, and the wet season. The blustery season keeps running from May until November in the vast majority of the nation, which means Thailand go amid that time will bring stormy days. In the South, in any case, the monsoonal downpours tumble from April to October along the Andaman Sea coastline, and from September to December along the Gulf of Thailand drift.

What to do in Thailand ?

You will most likely be unable to cover the entire country in one vacation, yet here are the urban areas, islands and activities ,tours you completely can’t miss when you go to Thailand:

Visit the Chatuchak Market

Chatuchak-Market-bangkokChatuchak Market Bangkok

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour


Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Bangkok

Unforgettable dining experience along the River of Kings

Grand Pearl Dinner Cruise

Grand Pearl Dinner Cruise

Bangkok’s Grand Palace ,Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Arun

Wat Phra KaewWat Phra Kaew

Discover Phuket in 4 hours

Phuket City Half Day Private Tour                                                                          Wat chalong

Go to James Bond Island


Scape to PhiPhi Island 

Phi Phi Island tour

Discover Chiang Mai on Segway

chiang-mai-templos-tailandia                                                         Parque nacional Doi Inthanon

Visit 4 of the top 9 islands in the Similan Islands archipelago


Travel as much as you can , meet new people, learn, laugh,cry, fall in love ,Visit & GO, invest your time , money come and go but not your time.

Remember 5 Things You Can Learn By Traveling That You Can’t find anywhere else.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Evangelina says:

    I have been to Thailand twice and loved everything about it. I need to go back.


    1. Nabil says:

      Me too, i love this place.. it’s magical.. unique and love to get lost in the streets..

      Liked by 1 person

  2. maxymilano says:

    I have been to Thai 3 times, different city each time, and always have a great experience there.

    Liked by 1 person

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