Why I deem Thailand as amazing

Posted by Tobias Guy on January 24, 2015 in Articles | 0 comments

If there’s one slogan I can describe my lifestyle, it will be that I live to travel. Even more rare is the locations that depart me a lifelong memory. Siam is unquestionably one of the rare gems. But in the lack of that, I think there’s rarely another area in which you can get better value for the cash.

Apart from Bangkok, Phuket might be the most wellknown destination in Thailand. Geographically located at the outermost expanse of the peninsula, the coastal line of Phuket is one of the best on the planet. But it is likely the catastrophic Tsunami that happened in 2006 that introduced Phuket to the world period. I have gone to Phuket a few times but luckily, I wasn’t there when the Tsunami hit. To me, what I remember the most about Phuket is the seashore massage that I had there. The experience of viewing the sun vanishing slowly from your horizon as you love a soothing Thai massage is actually one kind of its own.

One town that gives tourists rather a different sort of encounter is Chiang Mai. If you’re comfortable with Siam, you’d understand that most of the tourism areas are seen along the coastal region which means they’re mostly beach destination. Chiang Mai, on the other hand, lies at fairly high altitude which makes the weather there fairly agreeable through the year. Another unique thing is its geographical area which lies at the heart of one of the world’s most fearsome border referred to as the Golden Triangle. If you visit Chiang Mai, going to the golden triangle place is something that you must not miss aside from the vibrant night market.

Locations like Krabi and Koh Samui are must-visit locations and don’t say you have gone to Thailand if you’ve not been to these areas. What is amazing is despite the sizeable presence of tourists in the area, most of the beaches remain unspoilt and delightful. There is barely any such area anymore nowadays. But remember to check the monsoon calendar when you plan to visit these areas as many of the attractions are closed during the monsoon period.

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