Thailand is widely believed to be a kind of ethereal solace for everyone looking to escape. It takes you in with open arms and smiles wider than canyons and embraces you till you are their very own.
It is a kingdom of senses filling you with positivity with every view. Thailand is a marketplace of experiences. So, pick up a bag and pack it with the spice of your life.
The bells chime, and the sizzle of grilled chicken and the waft pungent spices welcomes you to the land that is as close as it gets to heaven.
From the ear-numbing nightlife to the deafening silence of enlightenment it has something for everyone. It is also the place where you will find yourself face to face with fried grasshoppers and grilled crocodile meat.
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When to Visit?
The best time to go to Thailand is from November to February. The cool breeze makes the experience even more pristine. There are a few chances of rain. But this is the most popular season hence all bookings must be made in advance.
Another great timing is during the summer. This is the time when the festive bubbles get their game on and stun the entire world with their vibrancy. Make sure to add the Songkran and the Thai Water festival to your list.
Average Cost Per Person
This is one of the best destinations for Indians since it is so easily connected. A well-balanced trip can go anywhere from 30,000-40,000 rupees. Additional experiences and luxury may raise prices up.
A tourist can get a visa in Thailand for all activities leaving out business opportunities. One must show the return ticket booked and paid in full to get a visa. One must also show the proof of financial means which is 20,000 baht per person and 40,000 baht per family. One can get a visa of 15 days if goes via road. One can also get the visa extended if required.
Where to stay?
This city welcomes more tourists than any other city in the world. So, going to Thailand invariably lands you in Bangkok. The town with its rush gives a bustling vibe like no other city. After all, what happens in Bangkok stays in Bangkok.
It is a city of contrasts at every turn. From catching a tuk-tuk across Chinatown to taking a boat through the floating markets, it goes on and on.
Places to stay in Bangkok:
The land lost in the misty mountains and mystery contained, Chiang Mai leads to your perfect Thailand experience. It takes the curious beginner to the healing hands of a Thai massage and to learn how to finally make that perfect curry.
The variety of antiques and handicrafts makes us want to redecorate. The city meets the old, beautiful temples with the new of modern architecture. This tranquil getaway is hard to leave.
Places to stay in Chiang Mai:
Phi Phi Islands:
This is the Rockstar of all of Thailand. Phi Phi islands with the tranquil beaches will do more than just a cameo in your life. It is your getting-stuck-at-an-island dream come true.
Your first view of it is cliff towers higher than your eyes can reach. And then it leads to beach fronted jungles that stop your breath and increase your heart rate all at once. The chill nature of this area will lure you into staying forever.
Places to stay in Phi Phi islands:
For all the beach fanatics this is the place to be. Beautiful sandy shores, palms waving in absolute delight, shiny cities. The entire package. It leads you to via boat rides to islands that might as well be your own. The romance is alive in this part of Thailand.
There is no better place to sit with a glass of stars with loving eyes to idly gaze into. It is the tropical haven that we all crave for.
Places to stay in Phuket:
To those energetic folks looking for coasts brimming to the very top with a fun, this is the final destination. It shot up to fame in the 1980s and has yet to lose its charm. The water gods and the sun gods have given the highest rating to this one in a million catch.
When the night comes close, everyone enjoying the sand on the beaches jumps right into the active life of the streets. In Pattaya, the partying knows no stop.
Places to stay in Pattaya:
Eat your bug
However, frightening as it may seem, eating an insect delicacy is a must when you are in Thailand. Just think about all the stories you get to tell once you are home. The pincer and all may seem like hard stuff, but once you ignore it, they are quite enjoyable. Their preparations are like nowhere else, and you will be licking your fingers clean for days. Food in Thailand is like a landmark of its own.
Kon Samui Flyboarding
This is the most fun activity in all of Thailand. Do not come back without doing this. Believe us, it is not a thing to miss. This is the entrance exam for becoming the future Aqua man. Who wants to give up the opportunity to become superhuman and zoom through the waters?
All of you adrenaline junkies, MLMT challenges you.
After having our backs ruined by our postures, everyone deserves at least one of these in a lifetime. Relaxation takes a different name with these massages. There are so many different types, and they all break you in the best kind of ways. Come back from Thailand with a brand-new back. These massages and spas are way more affordable and what better place than Thailand to get it?
Bathe an Elephant
We all hear about rigorous elephant treks. Let us give them some relief and treat them like the kings they are. They with their beautiful bodies and ginormous trunks have always been so underrated. Here is your opportunity to show them some love. Chiang Mai has an elephant nature park that bows down to these majestic creatures.
Yi Peng Lantern Festival
If at all you find yourself in Thailand during this festival make sure you land there for one of the most spectacular views you will ever see. This takes place in November and transforms the sky into an ethereal sea of light. Thousands of lanterns are floated up there, and there is an unending glow in everyone’s eyes. It is often dubbed as one of the best festivals in all of Asia.
Travel Smart with these tips
Every place has its own set of customs and cultural aspects that may seem weird to us, but since we are the visitors in their home, we must not only abide but also respect them. Do not eat directly off your fork as it seems incredibly rude to people here. Instead, use your fork to push food onto the spoon.
Another one of the quirks, Thailand does not work with lines for the loo. They usually stand in crowds. It is a sort of fight till death sort of deal. You will have to hold your own. A lot of toilets in Thailand tend to be squat toilets.
Do not always buy into the word of the taxi drivers when they say that a destination or attractions are shut for the day. They might mislead you by saying this to take you to places which might get them a commission. Also, their public transport is great so go for that.
Apparently, this is not a wise time to travel to Thailand. You may seem like an easily funded option because of the airfares which are at an all-time low at this time, but it is not the best time to go. The humidity levels will have you sweating out of your pores.
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