By Visiting Its Great Vacation Spots
Thailand is an exotic, unique landscape, complete with a culture unlike any other. Everything about it appeals to travellers, an aspect which has helped it to become one of the biggest tourist destinations on the globe.
For those visiting for the first time, there are numerous spots, dotted around the country, perfect for those wishing to get a starting taste of the exceptional culture on show. It's unlikely you'll be able to visit all the tourist spots in this country in one go considering the size and shape of the country. However, the unadulterated beauty of Thailand will certainly make your cheap holiday deals worthwhile. It is a traveller’s paradise for those who want to enjoy fantastic beaches and bewitching islands.
Krabi is a seaside town, the smallest destination on this list, and features some stunning scenery representing the very best of Thailand. The beaches attract divers and snorkelers and those wishing to visit the Phi Phi Islands can do so from here. The rainforests and limestone cliffs are worth checking out as well and it's certainly one of the more peaceful locations about, though there are a range of water-sports available for those seeking something a little more thrilling.
Sat in the north of the country, Chiang Mai is another relaxing spot, focused strongly on the culture of the country. The renowned Night Bazaar is worth visiting and a host of temples can be found here, including Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep and the Wat Chedi Lang. The ancient walls at the city centre are really something to behold as well and there are plenty of Buddhist monuments in the hills.
Phuket is the largest beach destination, popular with tourists, in all of Asia, lying serenely in the Andaman Sea. Again, visitors are treated to golden sands, clear waters and five-star hotels, with restaurants serving a large, delicious array of seafood every night and day. The Old Town features some culture as well and the Shrine of the Serene Light is a special location, definitely worth a visit.
As the capital city, Bangkok lives up to its name, though it can get crowded and isn't ideal for those looking for peace and quiet. It is home to a number of temples (Wat Phra Kaew comes to mind) and features an array of stalls and shops, ideal for finding something really unique.