Thailand is known for the warm and welcoming nature of its people. Which is probably why it is also called the Land of Smiles. Another rather interesting reason why so many people visit Thailand each year, is that it is situated in the middle of everything – it is about 3 hours from Hong Kong, 2 hours to Singapore, 4 hours to Bali, and halfway between Australia and Europe. And you can get to many places easily from Thailand.
There is no shortage of things to see and do in Thailand. Known for it’s beaches, elephant sanctuaries and the local food, Thailand is also home to hundreds of temples, each with its unique architecture and cultural significance. So we decided to explore Thailand through its rewarding temple culture, before diving into the must-have uber-local experiences.
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Are you looking for a new and exciting destination to explore? Look no further than Thailand, with its vibrant culture, captivating backdrop, and diverse range of cities
When you think of Thailand, chances are good that images of pristine beaches and turquoise water come to mind. And while the country’s coastlines are definitely worth a visit, there’s much more to see in Thailand than its shores.
The Southeast Asian country is home to vibrant cities, ancient temples, delicious cuisine, and friendly locals, making it a perfect destination for travelers looking to uncover the magic of Asia.
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Thailand’s national parks are a true paradise for nature lovers, with their stunning landscapes and incredible array of flora and fauna. From the majestic hornbills of Khao Yai to the wild elephants of Kui Buri and the rare melanistic leopards of Kaeng Krachan, there is something for every adventure seeker.
With an abundance of outdoor activities available, from hiking and birdwatching to rafting and safari tours, you’ll never be at a loss for things to do.
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Most of us who have seldom traveled outside India, are mostly skeptical or overwhelmed of the fact that you are travelling to a foreign land on your Indian salary and don’t want to muddle up an experience trying to figure out things, languages, transport, places to visit, etc. Here is a little experience gained tips from our recent Thailand travel.
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Exotic and tropical destinations scored high on the ‘Which country to visit’ lists in 2018 and will continue to do well in 2019! While deciding for our next tropical destination, the calling of a neighbouring country that topped the Best Country to visit in 2019 by Lonely Planet was hard to ignore. It was an easy choice too given the budget constraints and its proximity to India. We spent 10 days in the island nation and explored what we could fit in our itinerary, that only left us craving for more. If you are intrigued by the vast natural beauty, improved tourism and cultural diversity of this once war torn country, here is everything you need to know!
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One of the most preferred destinations in south east Asia, Thailand is one of the most addictive places I’ve ever been to. Thanks to its currency rate ( Roughly 1 Baht = 2 Rs) , it’s a great choice for budget travelers who want to explore a foreign destination. Hence wrote this Thailand 6 days itinerary that should be ideal to plan your perfect international vacation.
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Hong Kong may initially seem to create an impression of a culture barrier, but not altogether. In fact, it prides to prove you wrong with a contradictory expression when you find that it smoothly accommodates travelers from all walks of life. Hong Kong comes with an inexplicable contrast that seamlessly interweaves the opulent skyscrapers with the restraint streets. In other words, the city has something for everyone, without prejudice and yes, you can venture around this city on a budget. Here’s how:-
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