Thailand Travel Tips And Customs

MAIN travelLERS ROUTES Most people travelling to Thailand start off in Bangkok, visit Kanchanaburi for a couple of days before working their way up to Ayutthaya and Chiang Mai. Many people choose to end their trip in Thailand with some time on the islands in the South before returning to Bangkok for their international flights home.

There are five regions to Thailand – North, Northeast, Central and South. These regions are divided into seventy six provinces and each province is geographically distinct from others. Thailand tourism greatly benefit from this diversity. The northern peaks contain unique cultural, historical and natural attractions including wildlife and exotic hill tribes. These mountainous terrain are ideal for those interested in trekking, mountain biking, photography, birding and camping or getting up close to exotic animals. Then there are the central plains dubbed “Rice Bowl of Asia”. To the north eastern part is a plateau. The south holds many spectacular beaches and islands.

A little planning can help you book Thailand Hotels at affordable prices. If you are planning your vacation at the last moment, do not lose heart. You can still book hotels at cheap rates, as many online hotel reservation websites offer hotel bookings at low prices.

VISA Tourists from the UK do not require a visa if planning a trip to Thailand of less than 30 days. If you are planning to stay in Thailand for more than 30 days, then you will require a 6 month visa. Alternatively, it is possible to renew the tourist visa by leaving and then re-entering the country.

Khaosan Road is north of the old city and is within walking distance of the Grand Palace and Wat Po. Khaosan road and the adjacent roads are packed with shops, restaurants, travel agents, market stalls and cheap accommodation which makes the area attractive for backpackers.

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