Thailand, a dreamy beachside paradise, is a country that has managed to retain its cultural integrity in spite of being a major tourist destination. You can find everything here - from pristine beaches to dense forests, ancient monasteries to coral reefs, from Buddhist monks to floating markets and finally the fragrant and rich food to treat your taste buds. Moreover, Thai people are among the most hospitable people in the world, which only adds to the overall charm of this place.
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November - March is the best time to visit Thailand
Thailand is divided into five geographical and cultural regions:
Great diving sites.
Deep cultural roots
Not many food options for vegetarians
Expensive transport on islands.
There are accommodation options for all kind of travellers in Thailand, from backpackers to luxury travellers. Thailand's budget accommodation consists of hostels, guesthouses and bungalows which are very tourist friendly. The cheapest rooms will cost around THB 150 - 300 for two people. The most popular guesthouses near the tourist centres tend to be full during the peak seasons, so you might want to book them in advance.
The budget hotels are another option to stay in Thailand and cost around THB 160 - 300. These are typically run by Chinese-Thai people and found near bus stations or central markets. The rooms are decent, but there is rarely an on-site restaurant available in these hotels. The mid-ranking hotels cost THB 600 - 2000.