Jul 15, 2014

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My favorite holiday destination

“I live to travel,” that has been my motto in life. Even more rare is the areas that depart me a lifelong memory. Thailand is definitely one of many rare countries that fit into the bill. But as far as my experience goes, all has been well and I will scarcely think of some other place that can provide the sort of worth for the money like what Thailand is offering.

Bangkok, as the capital of Thailand, assures a lot of excitement and surprises. Being a bigger city it’s, it is possible to expect a city that is a lot more lively than all other cities in the nation. The list of draw is never-ending and the Bangkok food Avenue Marketplace is just one of them. The size of Chatuchak weekend market will definitely leave you impressed. It’s like a giant melting pot where you really get to appreciate the different culinary pleasures from distinct parts of Siam. Do not forget to find one of the tuk-tuk if you will be in Bangkok.


Phuket is the next most well-known destination after Bangkok. Laying on the outermost tip of the state, Phuket has one of the most awesome beaches on the planet. But it is the 2006 Tsunami that shot Phuket to fame to the globe and it was for no good reason. Thanks God I wasn’t there when the disaster hit as I find myself seeing Siam quite regularly. To me, what I recall the most about Phuket is the beach massage that I had there. The experience of seeing the sun evaporating slowly from your horizon as you enjoy a comforting Thai massage is really one type of its own.

Chiang Mai is one place in Siam that guarantees to vary in the other parts of Thailand. Most of the nation’s tourism spots are lying along the coastal line which essentially means they’re shore destination. On the Other-hand, Chiang Mai has a considerably more agreeable and cooling weather through the year which is due to the fact that it lies in fairly high elevation. Another unique point is its geographic area which lies at the center of one of the world’s most fearsome edge referred to as the Golden Triangle. If you visit Chiang Mai, heading to the golden triangle area is something that you should not miss aside in the lively night market.

Places like Krabi and Koh Samui are must-visit destinations and do not say you’ve visited Thailand if you’ve not gone to these areas. What makes me surprised is the nevertheless immaculate shores you are able to see in these areas despite the substantial tourism existence which usually have triggered over-commercialization. You can hardly find such locations anymore nowadays. Don’t neglect to check the calendar to make sure that the time of your visit does not coincide with the monsoon period when you’d discover many sights to be shut.

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