Things I love about Thailand

My life motto has always been this: “I stay to travel”. In reality, just few have left a deep belief that’ll stay with me for life. Thailand is among the rare countries that I’ve arrived at fall in-love with. But as far as my expertise goes, all has been nicely and I will hardly think of another place that can provide the kind of worth for the cash like what Thailand has to offer.

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Phuket is the next most famed destination after Bangkok. Laying on the outer-most point of the country, Phuket has one of the most incredible beaches in the whole world. But it’s probably the catastrophic Tsunami that occurred in 2006 that introduced Phuket to the globe stage. Thanks God I wasn’t there when the disaster hit as I discover myself visiting Thailand rather regularly. If there’s something that you need to attempt when seeing Phuket, it might function as seashore massage. The experience of viewing the sun vanishing slowly from your horizon as you love a comforting Thai massage is actually one sort of its own.

Chiang Mai is one place in Siam that guarantees to be different from the other areas of Thailand. If you are familiar with Thailand, you’d know that most of the tourism spots are seen along the coastal area which means they are mostly shore destination. Chiang Mai, however, lies at fairly high elevation that makes the weather there rather nice through the year. It is also occur to be quite close to the border separating Thailand with its norther neighbors, namely Laos and Cambodia. Apart from the city’s famous night market, you should spend a while visiting the boundary too.

It addresses such areas as Krabi and Koh Samui and they’re undoubtedly areas you should not miss when you’re planning your travel itinerary to the state. What makes me astonished is the still pristine beaches you are able to find in these places despite the substantial tourism existence which generally have resulted in over-commercialisation. You can hardly find such locations anymore these days. Do not neglect to check the calendar to ensure the time of your visit does not coincide with the monsoon period when you’d find many attractions to be shut.

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