Thailand: A Magical Place with Beautiful Scenery, Culture and Relax

Thailand is a country filled with culture, history, artifacts and natural beauty.  One of the most popular destinations is Bangkok a metropolis that offers shopping, nightlife and attractions of historical and cultural value to Thailand (
Staying in a Bangkok hotel permits travelers to see the many wonders of this vibrant city, plus its temples and Buddha images.  If instead interested in Thailand’s natural scenery and ethnic tribes accompanied with some activity and night markets, Chiang Mai is where many travelers go.  It is located near the Ping River and offers trekking paths in the surrounding jungle.
These types of tours can be done by foot, boat, horse or elephant-back riding.  Bangkok and Chiang Mai are favorable for a fun and explorative vacation, but don’t forget that Thailand ( more as well.  When researching your trip make sure to look into other Thailand towns like Udon Thani, Nong Khai, Pattaya, Ko Chang, Ayutthaya, and Phuket.

5 thoughts on “Thailand: A Magical Place with Beautiful Scenery, Culture and Relax

  • August 5, 2010 at 11:53 pm

    I like your site and infact my family is planning to visit Malaysia this November We would like to know what is the optimum duration of stay required to visit all the places in Malaysia? Will the weather condition be suitable for us to travel at this time during the year?Apart from trekking and jungle safaris which place is good for some souvenier shopping?

  • August 9, 2010 at 2:57 am

    Thailand is a wonderful destination. The tale of Thailand will remain incomplete unless we tell warmth of Phuket which is one of the excellent palm-lined sea beaches of the world. I must mention something of Pattava, another silky sea beach to the east of the Gulf of Thailand. Thailand is not only limited to Bangkok or Chiang Mai.

  • August 10, 2010 at 1:26 pm

    I’ve always wanted to visit Thailand after watching “The Beach” I think it would be almost surreal to see something so beautiful in person. Chaing Hai seems very interesting to me. Being able to walk through a jungle would be fun.

  • August 10, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    I heard that Thailand is one of the few countries that respect animals. Some of the bigger animals like the elephant are helping in their everyday lives. You could see an elephant in the market which in other country can only be seen at the zoo.

  • August 12, 2010 at 9:13 pm

    I’ve heard a lot of…interesting things from people who went to Bangkok. But this is one of many places I still would like to travel someday, I’m always interested in seeing Buddhist artifacts and that picture up there makes it look amazing.

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