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Thailand Holidays Help You Explore Majestic Attractions

07.27.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking
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Located in Southeast Asia, Thailand is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations visited by millions of tourists every year from different parts of the world. Tourism is one of the major contributors to the country’s economy and it is mainly explored for its historic, natural, and cultural attractions. While the northern parts of the nation are popular with those wanting to indulge in trekking and other adventurous activities, the southern regions are known for their enchanting islands and beaches. Many tourists also visit the country to witness the grand festivities that take place during some of the festivals.

The best time to enjoy your Thailand holidays is winter between November and February when the climate is extremely pleasant with comfortable daytime temperatures. However, this is also a peak tourist season and you’ll have to book your flights and accommodation several months in advance. Summer arrives in this country during March and stays until May, turning the weather hot and dry. Many of the tourists may find the temperatures uncomfortable for sightseeing and other outdoor activities. Monsoon from June to October is a good time to grab some attractive discounts on flights and hotel stays, but the rains may foil your plans of visiting your desired places or attractions outdoors.

One of the best places to explore in Thailand is the Krabi province. It has some of the best white-sand beaches in the country that are touched with crystal-clear blue waters. The most attractive among them is Railay Beach, which can be reached by taking a boat from Ao Nang or Krabi town. It is also a popular place for rock-climbing. Many of the adventure seekers visit this beach for climbing the towering karst peaks. Those who are new to rock-climbing can also try their hand at this activity. You can also indulge in several other activities during your visit to Railay, such as white-water rafting, elephant trekking, and kayaking.

Bangkok, the Thai capital, has plenty of attractions in store for its visitors, such as the towering skyscrapers and gleaming Buddhist temples. However, you must not miss the Grand Palace while getting around in the city. This is the most popular tourist attraction in the capital city of Thailand and is well-known for its architecture and historical significance. The palace complex also includes Wat Phra Kaeo or ‘Temple of the Emerald Buddha’. Located close to the Grand Palace are the other two interesting temples, Wat Pho and Wat Arun.

If you’re looking forward to enjoying cheap and mouth-watering food while in Chiang Mai, visit the Sunday Night Walking Street. This part of Thailand has an exciting range of Thai food, such as fried bananas, Pad Thai, Chicken Satay, and fresh fruit shakes. Once you’ve relished your desired delicacies, head to the stalls that offer hand-dyed textiles, natural soaps, musical instruments, essential oils, wall hangings, and several other items. You’ll have to be prepared to face the crowds of visitors as this market is thronged by scores of locals as well as tourists no matter what time of the year it is.

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