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Thailand tourists’ attractions

Thailand is famous predominantly for its wide stretches of pristine beaches. Whilst many such as Railay Beach are recognized for their nightlife, there are calmer, family-friendly resorts too. Additionally, Thailand is known for celebrating countless festivals, including ancient arts and traditional foods.

Most visited places in Thailand

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Khao Yai National Park is Thailand’s oldest and most visited national park established in 1962. It covers more than 2,100 square kilometers. The park boasts a lush green landscape, rugged mountains with thick forests, marvellous waterfalls, exotic species of birds Famed Beaches. Thailand is home to over 1,400 islands, some untouched according to Exotic Voyages, and each of them offering different natural features.

  • Visit Elephant Sanctuaries.
  • Night Markets.
  • Visit the Temples.
  • Eat Delicious Food.
  • Floating Market.
  • Songkran Festival.
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Best time to visit.

The best time to visit Thailand is during the cool and dry season between November and early April, when temperatures range from 29°C to 34°C. However, the climate varies throughout the country and you can visit all year round. In the south, the climate differs between the eastern and western coasts.

Weather

Part of Thailand’s appeal is its warm temperatures throughout the year, but its weather is dramatically characterised by two monsoon seasons. As a result Thailand’s weather tends to be defined by three seasons: the wet season (May to October), the cool season (November to February) and the hot season (March to May)

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Rainy Season (May to October): The cheapest time to visit Thailand is during the rainy season, which varies slightly by region. The southwest monsoon brings heavy rainfall to the Andaman Sea coast (e.g., Phuket, Krabi) and the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand (e.g., Koh Samui, Koh Phangan) from May to October

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  • Take a glance at other side of Thailand and see what the country offers in terms of culture trips

     

    Explore the cultural heart of Thailand and the serene beauty of Laos, Thailand’s bustling cities and stunning beaches which often steal the spotlight, diving into its rich cultural tapestry, far from the usual tourist trails.

    However, Laos remains Southeast Asia’s untouched gem, where laid-back vibes and Buddhist traditions offer a peaceful retreat from the hustle of modern life. Together, these destinations present an exceptional mix of deep-rooted heritage and natural splendor, making them must-visit spots on your travel map.


     

    What Makes Thailand and Laos Exceptional

    Historical Wonders

    In this region visitors are captivated by a treasure trove of historical wonders. One of those is the ancient Khmer ruins in Sukhothai, where powerful kings once ruled, and Buddhist art flourished, offering a profound glimpse into a vibrant historical epoch. These sites invite travelers to step back in time and experience the grandeur of ancient civilizations.

     

    Wildlife Encounters

    Join us for a heartwarming visit to an ethical elephant sanctuary near the quaint town of Mae Wang. Meeting these gentle giants up close is not only an unforgettable experience but also a meaningful opportunity to engage with Thailand’s dedicated wildlife conservation efforts.

     

    Culinary Delights

    It’s no secret that Southeast Asia is a paradise for food lovers. The streets of Chiang Mai are ideal for celebrating Thailand’s culinary prowess, but don’t miss the chance to refine your own culinary skills with a Thai cooking class, where you’ll transform fresh, local ingredients into sumptuous dishes.

     

    Rivers and Village Life

    In Laos, embark on a leisurely cruise along the iconic Mekong River. This slow journey explores everyday life along the riverbanks, offering a unique perspective on local culture. Continue your adventure with a trek to the breathtaking Kuang Si Falls and a peaceful kayak along the tranquil Namsong River, enhancing your connection with the nation’s

     

    For those looking to explore these enchanting destinations without the hassle of organizing, Culture Trip has everything arranged for you. Join us on our Incredible Thailand and Laos by Train trip and immerse yourself in the joys of Southeast Asia:

     

    Explore Bangkok with a Local Insider
    🍲 Tuck into authentic Thai street food in Chiang Mai
    🐘 Get up close with Asian elephants at an ethical sanctuary
    🏯 See the atmospheric ruins of the Khmer city of Sukhothai
    🚤 Embark on a cruise along the Mekong River
    👨‍🌾 Experience local village life in Laos
    🚣 Kayak along the Namsong River

     

     

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