Thailand

Thailand

Capital – Bangkok
Population - 65,493,000
Area - 514,000 km²
Density - 127.42 / km²
Currency - THB
Official language – thai
the Kingdom of Thailand is located at the centre of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is bordered to the north by Burma and Laos, to the east by Laos and Cambodia, to the south by the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia, and to the west by the Andaman Sea. The people in Thailand are very friendly and always smiling, thus giving the country the title of The Land of Smiles. Thailand tourist destinations offers panoramic beaches, picturesque riversides, bustling cities, ancient temples and elaborate shopping malls for sightseeing and shopping; the most popular are Bangkok – the capital of Thailand, Ayuthaya Historical Park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Phuket Island - rich in culture with a beautiful coastline and spectacular natural sights. The beach resorts in Thailand are a haven for water sports and adventure sports enthusiasts. The nature lovers can explore the Thailand rainforests in Koh Samet Marine N. P., Ao Phang Nga N. P., and Khao Yai N. P.

Top Hostels in Bangkok

It isn’t so hard to find cheap and affordable accommodation in Bangkok, but it can be a challenge for someone. That is why we made a top ten best budget hostels in Bangkok where you will experience a pleasant vacation. We took in consideration the following criteria when we made…
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Bangkok Travel Guide

Bangkok is one of the most cosmopolitan and exciting cities in Southeast Asia, and recently was declared the most visited city in the world by the 2013 Global Destination Cities Index. Known as The City of Angels, Bangkok is popular among tourists worldwide; it has to offer something for every…
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Floating Markets of Thailand

One of Thailand’s claims to fame is its floating markets where vendors sell food and crafts directly from their boats, on the Maklong River or Chao Phraya River. These markets are among the most-photographed destinations in the country. They depict what Thai life was long before the supermarkets, skytrains, and…
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