Visiting Thailand can meet various desires according to profiles and situations. A land of sunshine and smiles for some, spiritual and historical heritage or even a place of celebration and urban life for others.
Each traveler is always looking for a particular vision of this country as diverse as it is stimulating. For fans of scuba diving and lazing on paradisiacal beaches, the islands that dot its coasts will be perfect postcard-shaped refuges for their holidays.
In the South, in Phuket or on the islands of Koh Phi Phi or Krabi, picturesque caves, snow-colored beaches and dense tropical forests will amaze amateurs who come to visit Thailand for its golden finery.
To the east of Bangkok, unspoiled nature is the force of law here. Around Isan, a region still little visited, it is the natural parks, the rice fields as far as the eye can see and the historical heritage which give a more peaceful vision of a secular Thailand.
Conversely, the central plains where Bangkok spreads and its endless suburbs constitute the cradle of Thailand today. Here, modernity meets tradition to the delight of tourists.
Finally, in the North, the country deploys its many mountains around Chiang Mai. In the region of the Golden Triangle, land of legends and history, there are still many remote villages in which time still does not pass at the speed of new technologies which saturate the capital. A godsend luxury destination Thailand for travelers in search of harmony with nature and real and enriching encounters.
Walks and experiences to do in Thailand
Ayutthaya Historical Park
Less than 100 km north of Bangkok, Ayutthaya was the capital of the Kingdom of Siam (former name of Thailand) from 1350 to 1767. Today, the hundreds of golden temples of this majestic city are nothing more than ruins.
Ruins all the same classified world heritage of humanity by UNESCO and which extend over more than 10 km². The extraordinary discovery of the site is done on foot, by bike or by boat!
Fine sand and turquoise sea
Pattaya and the resorts on the east coast are worth a stop, but don’t stay there too long, because other places are more authentic and above all much more spectacular. You cannot visit Thailand without discovering its magnificent islands such as Phi-Phi, still very wild, or Phuket.
With its heavenly beaches and lagoons, this island is a delight for scuba diving enthusiasts. It was discovered in the 1970s by a handful of hippies who landed on Kata Beach. Tour operators offer treks, a sporty way to discover the island of Phuket during your vacation.
In the province of Koh Samui, some beaches are absolutely beautiful. That of Chaweng is the longest and offers the highest concentration of hotels, and therefore evening entertainment. Suffice to say that going out will not be a problem!
The beaches of Lamai are also popular, which will give you a choice when booking a hotel. The beaches of Bophut are lined with typical, wooden houses, and the fishing village has managed not to deny itself, despite the various pressures linked to tourism.
The result is a wonderful place to laze in the sun without fear of heavy crowds like the beaches of Chaweng. An ideal luxury destination in Thailand to spend your honeymoon!
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