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Thailand is a wondrous kingdom, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, and spectacular islands. Along with a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes delectable Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city.

At a Glance
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  • Capital :Bangkok

    Language : Thai

    Currency : THB

    Dialing code:+66

    Time Zone: (GMT+07:00)

    Electricity: 220 volts 50 cycles


2 Days:                Bangkok
2 Days, add:         Pattaya
2 Days, add:         Phuket

With More Time:

With more time you explore the Chiang Mai, Krabi, Ko Samui

Things To Do:

Alcazar Show

Coral Island Tour

Nong Nooch Garden

Underwater world

Tiffany Show

Sriracha Tiger Zoo

Safari World With Lunch Tour

James Bond Island Tour Road + Boat

Phi Phi Isaland Tour

Jungle Safari khaosok ( Bamboo Rafting + Elephant Trekking )

Phuket Simon Cabaret Show … Many More

When to Go

Thailand's climate is generally hot, humid and at times (like other South-East Asian countries) monsoonal. The seasons differ from coast to coast, so depending on which areas you're visiting, the weather can vary.

Thailand's north, east and west are great to visit from November to February, when the weather is cooler and dryer. If heading south, it's best to travel from January to April as these months provide conditions optimal for diving and snorkelling. This is peak time however, so be aware that popular places like Chiang Mai, Ko Samui and Phuket can get particularly busy. It can also get quite busy from July to August as it's northern hemisphere school holidays.

The monsoon season is from July to November, so it can get quite wet and the weather may be uncomfortably hot and humid for those who aren't accustomed to it. Yet travelling during this time can provide a different picture of Thailand, and is generally a less crowded time of year. March to June is less wet but is the hottest time in terms of temperatures.