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  3. With its pristine beaches, shimmering blue waters and golden temples, Thailand is the jewel of Southeast Asia. Known as the Land of Smiles, you will never visit a more welcoming destination than the Kingdom of Thailand, and you will never meet friendlier or more charming people. The cultural history of Thailand is rich, abundant and still alive to this very day. Although the capital city of Bangkok has made way for modern architectural marvels, ancient palaces and shimmering temples can be found throughout the metropolis. It is just as common to meet a businessman in a suit on the street as it is to meet a peaceful, orange-robed monk, each going about his daily activities. Outside of the city, the kingdom is lush, green and full of exotic wildlife including wily monkeys and sturdy elephants. People from around the globe visit Thailand for no other reason than to commune with the shining sun, sparkling ocean and white beaches.

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  5. Although Bangkok is the most popular destination in Thailand, the country offers visitors several other fascinating destinations and attractions. In fact, many tourists find it difficult to see all that they would like in a single trip.

    Bangkok

    As the capital and largest city in Thailand, Bangkok is the number one destination for tourists in the country, and it has often been referred to as the ultimate city for tourists. Bangkok is a modern and technologically sophisticated city, and it is the cultural heart of the country. Tourists may stay in luxury, five-star resorts or in moderately priced hotels, and attractions include exotic nightclubs, shopping markets, Buddhist temples and the Grand Palace.

    Phuket

    Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and most popular beach resort. It is connected to the mainland by a long bridge, and most visitors spend their days on the beaches and their nights enjoying the local entertainment. Land and sea tours are also very popular in Phuket.

    Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai is an ancient city in northern Thailand that once served as the capital of the kingdom. It is full of beautiful architecture against rich, mountainous landscapes. People travelling to this city are often in search of cultural sites and tours. Popular attractions and activities in Chiang Mai include elephant treks through the hills, tours of The Old City and shopping at the Night Bazaar.

     
     
  6. Best Time To Visit: 

    Most holiday travelers to Thailand try to avoid the rainy season, which lasts from July to October, but the season also has a bright side: the rains come only in short bursts and tend to bring down the temperature for a time. Some people find that summers in Thailand are too hot for their tastes, which makes the coolest time of the year, November through February, also the most popular for tourists.

    Thailand is comprised of three distinct regions, and the specific region to be visited may affect the best time to go there. Although all of Thailand is tropical, the northern region experiences the most distinct seasons. Winters are hot but still much cooler than the summers. However, the temperatures on some mountains can fall below freezing. Winters in the northern region are also when the wildflowers bloom, which provide absolutely breathtaking landscape views.

    The seasons in the central and southern regions of Thailand are less distinct than those in the northern portion of the country. Temperatures in the winter range from 22° to 40° C., and the monsoons in peninsular areas make the summers unattractive. However, many visitors prefer to travel to Thailand in April to celebrate the annual Songkran Water Festival.
     

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