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Thailand is South East Asian nation, which is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world; different tourists come to enjoy the beauty. Many young tourists come for a true backpacking experience.

Bangkok International Airport is the largest airport in Thailand and the 9th busiest city in Asia both internationally and domestically. Thailand is extremely cheap for any categories of the people, making it the best holiday destination. You will find such a vast range of accommodation, food, transport, activities. Shall we go through Thailand? Why Wait ! Book your Thailand Holiday Packages Now !!!


Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the largest city in northern Thailand and known for its pleasant climate and culturally rich heritage. Yee Peng Lanna is the event most visitors desire to attend and enjoy.

The Street Food

Thai food in Thailand is leagues better than anywhere else in the world. There are more varied and more flavors. All over the streets of Thailand, outdoor stalls serve up the cheapest and best Thai meals you can find. You can find tasty halal and Indian food in the Sukhumvit province. Chefs will tell you the secret to Thai food is a careful balance of salty, sweet, sour, and spice.

Mango is definitely one of our favorite fruits and Thailand is all about the mangoes. The things include mango desserts, mango smoothies, and mango sticky rice and mango sauces. There is a great atmosphere at the markets, especially with the local interactions.

Thai Culture

Thai Culture is deeply influenced by religion. The night markets and the roadside food stalls are the best places to know about their culture. Although different regions have their own beliefs and practices, 95% of Thai are Buddhist.

Elephant Parks

The national animal of Thailand is the elephant, and many elephant parks can be found in the Northern provinces. However, as Kanchanaburi's is famous Tiger Temple, many of these elephant villages claim to be ‘sanctuaries’.

The Prettiest Pink Lakes

Pink water lilies in bloom can sight on lakes around the country. In Udon Thani, lilies on Red Lotus Lake blooms between November and February. The wide lake - 15km long and up to 5km is little known by non-Thais, which is a beautiful sight.

Meditation and Dharma Classes

Around 95% of the peoples live in Thailand are Buddhist; temples and statues can see in towns and cities. Meditation and dharma institutes are free and open to all, with a small donation.

Art of Thai Massage

Massages in Thailand are cheap. Therapists massage your body shins, elbows, knees, and knuckles to forcefully poke, yank, and loosen your muscles.

The National Parks

There are waterfalls, camping, hiking, and usually a cave with a Buddhist shrine hidden deep within its chambers. A lot of national parks is available across the country, most of them accessible via public transport from the major cities. There are hundreds of national parks in Thailand, but Khao Yai National Park is the largest (on land) and one of the most visited as it's a short drive from Bangkok. Here you can walk through lush forests, cool off at waterfalls, see elephants in their natural habitats and enjoy bird watching.


Bangkok was known as the Venice of the East. There is ancient wooden houses, walkways, and kids splashing within the city, together with the occasional floating market. Bangkok has enough and more malls, but the various street markets are the real beauty. It is an amazing market to get best services.

Mae Klong is the known market for fresh seafood and for having a rail track pass through it.


North of Bangkok is the ancient capital city of Ayuthaya. Nowadays, Ayuthaya is considered the cultural capital of Thailand thanks to the spectacular ruins and intact Buddhist temples that have stood the test of time.


Pattaya is a bustling neon city infamous for its seedy nightlife and swarmed with package tourists. Pattaya has a few hidden gems. There is a beautiful wooden made temple. Get great Bangkok Phuket package deals

Dream Beaches

Thailand has some of the best beaches in the world. The beach around Thailand is even better in the real life. Often white sandy beaches made from coral shells, some islands are dessert, and some have a native population.

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