The Siam Island amidst the Buddhist atmosphere
An average of sixteen million travelers fly to this key travel destination in the Far East. Even Though the volume of visitors grow tremendously the heritage foundations of Thailand remains untouched after avoiding the colonization absorbing the Western influences. The people of Thai are dependent on farming, fishing and rubber plantations and with their religious customs and traditions. 85% of the population are Theravada Buddhists, where their life’s endurances are filled with the colors of peace.
Find adventure around Chiang Mai –It is an old city surrounded with temples and jungles. Launch yourself to have a good trekking into the mid of the jungle and visit the elephant sanctuary. The Chiang Mai night market could get you some handicraft collectibles as memories and gifts with the lowest deals.
Hike at Khao Yai National Park – Being just three hours north to Bangkok, it paves an ideal place to hike, swim and watch elephants. The crowd is not much that you can wonder into the jungle yourself.
The Khao Sok National Park – If you want to explore the caves, jungles, rivers, lakes and even tall limestones are found here. This could not be a must stop but if time permits you to – make and effort which is worth.
Songkran Festival – Between April 13-15th the Thai New Year is celebrated with an enormous three day water fight. They hold this as a sign of washing away the old and begin the year at fresh.
Thailand Islands – Thai is famous for the magnificent coastlines it owns, the beautiful sceneries and some are well known for the party atmosphere. If you know the famous movie “The Beach” Ko Phi Phi is what your watched. There is a wide island range you can choose from at Thailand.
Ayuthaya – This blissful place surrounded by three rivers connects the Gulf of Siam. It was once declared the most mesmerizing city on earth back in the 1350’s with 03 palaces, 400 temples which is just 80km north of Bangkok.Phanom Rung – is a Hindu Shrine complex renowned for its outstanding architecture and was built on 10th century on a volcano. Four times a year the shines through all 15 sanctuary doorways where a Phanom Rung Festival is celebrated in April.
Pai – Once a quiet village but now a booming town, noted for its picturesque valley among backpacker and tourists. Elephant camps, hot springs, waterfalls, trekking, white water rafting adventures, hill tribe visiting and what not in Pai.
Country - Kingdom of Thailand
Population - 69.9 million
Capitol - Bangkok
Largest City - Bangkok
Language - Thai
Major Religion - Buddhism
Currency - Baht