Thursday, April 11, 2013

Are You a Thai Novice? Here’s a Guide To Thailand’s Top Cities

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If you are visiting Thailand for the first time you might be at a loss as to where to start. There are so many wonderful places to visit in this spectacular country. Ancient temples which gleam in the sunlight, pristine beaches of sparkling white sand, verdant rainforest and exotic natural rock formations are all part of the Thai experience. If you are visiting Thailand for the first time here is our guide to the top cities in Thailand to help you make the most of your stay.
 Koh Samui 

This is one of the most famous islands in Thailand. The crystal clear waters make it an ideal spot for diving and discovering the tropical fish and colorful coral. It is an area of extreme natural beauty, surrounded by tropical forests and exotic wildlife. Don't think this is a quiet retreat, however. The monthly Full Moon Party is just part of the vibrant nightlife. This area is a haven for party goers and sun worshipers alike, especially since you can get cheap flights online.

 Hua Hin 

Hua Hin is a busy seaside resort where you will find shops, street markets and some of the finest seafood in Thailand. Although it is a small town there is plenty going on here to keep you occupied throughout your stay. Hua Hin is just as popular with domestic tourists as it is with those from overseas, so it is a great place to stay if you want to get a true taste of Thailand. It is one of the oldest resorts in Thailand and its traditional feel creates a sense of charm that is hard to find anywhere else. 


The island of Phuket is to the south of the country and is eternally popular with tourists thanks to its unique diving and snorkelling opportunities. There are hundreds of beaches around the island for you to enjoy as well as a fantastic nightlife and an eclectic melange of food from all around the globe.

 Chiang Mai 

This large city to the north of the country is the second most visited area of Thailand. The Doi Suthep temple is one of the holiest sites in the country, with many thousands of Buddhists making pilgrimages here every year. The area is high in the mountains, giving it a cooler environment than many other parts of Thailand. You will also find art galleries, world class restaurants and a variety of fantastic shopping malls, partly surrounded by the old city walls and ancient moat that reflect back to a bygone era. It has a relaxing and friendly atmosphere which contributes to the spiritual experience of visiting this holy place.


Of course the capital city of Bangkok has to be included on the list of top cities to visit in Thailand. The city is abundant with intricately carved temples which showcase the skill of the Thai craftspeople that created them. The city itself is hot and fast paced but this all adds to the atmosphere of being in the nation's capital. Most visitors to Thailand will arrive in Bangkok and there is no better introduction to the country than this exotic mix of vibrant colours, sights, sounds and smells. From the floating markets to the Grand Palace there is something for everyone in this incredible city.

1 comment:

  1. musta weekend nyo sis...sensya at ngayon lang naka visit...mwah!


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