Thailand is one of the top beach holiday destinations in the world and is home to destinations like Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, Krabi, and Koh Samui.
Khao San Road is famously known as the backpacker's haven. The 410-meter-long street in is lined with street food stalls, bars, shops, restaurants, nightclubs, cafes, and massage parlors.
Chao Phraya River Cruise in Bangkok during the Songkran festival, which is one of the most celebrated festivals in Thailand
Scuba diving in Thailand offers miles and miles of pristine tropical coral reefs and an unmatched marine life experience.
Thailand is known for its exotic cuisine like Chilli peppers, fish sauce, lime leaves, shrimp paste, and sour fruits.
Combining acupressure, Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga, Thai massages are popular the world over. In a traditional Thai massage, practitioners use their hands, elbows, forearms, and thumbs alongside aromatic oil therapies to reduce muscle tension.
Thailand is steeped in a rich cultural heritage, with a history spanning thousands of years. The country is home to magnificent temples, such as Wat Arun and Wat Phra Kaew.
Thailand is famous for its vibrant nightlife, particularly in cities like Bangkok, Pattaya, and Phuket. The bustling streets come alive after dark with an array of bars, clubs, and entertainment venues catering to various tastes.
first international Trips to Thailand
The temple of the Emerald Buddha, commonly known as Wat Phra Kaew, is the most essential and revered Buddhist temple in Thailand.
Reaching Thailand by Air
The main international airports in Thailand are in Bangkok and Phuket. These are well-connected to all the countries. All the airlines that travel to Asia fly to Thailand. So there is no dearth of flight options. Other international airports are located in Krabi, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai and Hat Yai. These are connected via flights from the South-east Asian countries. The major national carrier in Thailand is Thai Airways, followed by Bangkok Airways.
Reaching Thailand by Bus
There are regular buses from Singapore to Hat Yai.
Reaching Thailand by Rail
Thailand has a single international train service operating between Butterworth and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia that extends to Singapore. The train journey is not preferable as it takes almost 48 hours and requires you to change trains twice.
Reaching Thailand by Road
There are six international border crossings from Cambodia. The busiest border crossing to get into Thailand is the Friendship Bridge across the Mekong from Laos. It is entirely possible to drive up to Thailand from Malaysia and Singapore, though not through rented vehicles. The main crossings between Thailand and Malaysia are Padang Besar and Sadao in Songkhla province.
Reaching Thailand by Water
Ferries ply between Phuket and Indonesia in the months between November and May. Cruises from Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and Europe make regular stops at Phuket and Laem Chabang (Bangkok).
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