Thailand Tourism

Country: Thailand

Top Places to Visit: Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Trongsa, Punakha, Bumthang, Phuentsholing, Gangtey Valley

Ideal Trip Duration: 5-6 Full Days

Top Attraction : Chao Phraya River, Floating Market Bangkok, Patong Beach, The Coral Island, Go Go Bars, Sanctuary Of Truth

Best Time to Visit : November to April

Peak Season: December to February



Thailand, a romantic seaside destination, is a country that has managed to establish its traditional culture while being a tourist destination of great importance. From pristine beaches to dense forests, ancient monasteries to coral reefs, from Buddhist monks to floating markets, and finally the fragrant and rich food to treat your taste buds, you can find everything here.

In central Thailand, Bangkok, the capital, is known as a multicultural center with diverse races , religions and experiences. In the north, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai cater for those looking for a peaceful countryside and spending time in the wild. Down south, beach destinations like Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui deliver some of the best seafaring tropical experiences. The Hua Hin area on the west end is famous for resorts where comfortable relaxation is possible. Finally, eastwards, Ubon Ratchathani is a spiritual and historical escape where one can immersively learn about the culture of Buddhism and Thai.

Best time to Visit Thailand

The best time to visit Thailand is the cool and dry season from November till February. The time from April to June is the season for the shoulder when the rain starts to set in and the temperatures hover in the late 20s to early 30s. Travel fares and hotel prices are seeing a fall in this period which makes it a great time for budget travel. The wet season, charaterized by high rainfall and humidity, is July to October. During this time several islands were shut down keeping protection in mind.

How to Reach Thailand

The Thailand 's main international airports are in Bangkok and Phuket. Those are linked well with all the nations. Both airlines that fly to Thailand travel to Asia. And there are no flight choices dearths. Other international airports in Krabi, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai and Hat Yai are located here. These are connected via flights from countries in South-East Asia. Thai Airways is the largest national air carrier in Thailand, followed by Bangkok Airways.