Travel Guide

Thailand

Also known as "The Land of Smiles" is a destination chosen by travelers from all over the world, who come here every year to discover its cultural heritage and then end their stay on the beautiful beaches of the South!

Documents and Visas

Passport, visa and length of stay
To avoid any problems when you arrive in Thailand, check to make sure you have a valid passport.
The need for a visa depends on your nationality.

Embassies and consulates.
As you prepare for your trip, take note of the contact information for your embassy and consulates outside the capital. You can go there to reprint your travel documents in case of loss and to get a series of tips (health, safety, etc.). Each embassy usually has an emergency number that can be used only if necessary. Most of the time there is also a social services office to help you, even in an emergency.
Health Councils

There are no mandatory vaccinations to visit Thailand. We suggesthowever consult your doctor for recommended vaccinations such as: Hepatitis A and B, Diphtheria, Typhus, Polio, Tuberculosis, Cholera, Tetanus.












Useful Info

Population of Thailand: approximately 69,040,300
Language: the official language is Thai, also known as Thai language.

Religion: Most of the population is Buddhist.

Currency: the currency of Thailand is the Thai baht.
Upon arrival in Thailand, it is recommended that you already have a cash sum.

Credit cards
As for credit cards, they can be used for withdrawals at any local ATM. ATMs are in fact very common in Thai cities.

Time zone: GMT + 07: 00

Climate: Thailand like the rest of the Asian countries has two seasons: dry and wet. Although the country can be visited all year round, the best period is from November to February, when the heat is more bearable and the rainfall is lowor absent. The period from May to October, on the other hand, is characterized by the presence of rains and is therefore less popular with regards to tourism. In the months of March, May, April and June the wet season falls, which however is not affected by the absence of tourists, who especially appreciate tours in destinations with the greatest number of cultural attractions.

What to eat

Certainly it is the kitchen that has been very successful all over the world. Once you are on site, you can enjoy every Thai dish that comes to mind! There are many places to eat, you go from the typical restaurant with bowls and chopsticks to the markets typically known for their unusual dishes with take away to eat while strolling through the city. We suggest the best known "Pad Thai", a bowl of stir-fried noodles with eggs, tofu, inevitable vegetables and meat or fish. For "sweet addicted" palates we recommend tasting khao niao mamuang, fresh mango accompanied by rice boiled in coconut milk, certainly a combination that is not found every day!


Where stay

Thailand offers aendless myriad of accommodations for every budget. In case of exploration of the country you can opt for 3, 4 star hotels which are the most popular among travelers, they are usually not very expensive and offer the ideal "kit" for short stays for those who follow a precise itinerary of places to visit.
For those seeking relaxation on Thai beaches, you will certainly not be disappointed by the large number of resorts that offer high-quality accommodation and services in each destination, being accustomed to international customers.





The 5 things to do and see

A country of multiple colors, Thailand is a paradise for any type of holiday: culture, nature, sea and white beaches await travelers from all over the world! We propose our suggestions for your next trip to discover the Land of Smiles.

Bangkok1. Bangkok
The capital of Thailand, also known as "the citythat never sleeps ", Bangkok is the most common starting point for the exploration of the Thai territory. A thousand colors, flavors and things to do await you here: among the markets, restaurants, discos but also historic buildings and ancient houses, all this it's Bangkok!

Chiang Mai2. Chiang Mai
One of the most beautiful and famous areas of Thailand. Chiang Mai is characterized by the infinite number of beautiful temples and breathtaking landscapes. Certainly worth visiting is the 12th century Wat Chiang Man with its unmistakable Buddha statues. Another gem is Wat Phra Singh with its "Lion" Buddha which he cannot send on your visit.
For a unique experience we recommend a visit to the Elephant Nature Park, a place where elephants are treated and protected from mistreatment. Here they can be observed bathing, eating and playing with each other. A truly unique place that leaves an indelible mark on those who visit it.

Ayuthaya3. Ayuthaya
Former capital of Thailand, it is a city full of history, legends and UNESCO heritage sites. One of the most famous temples is Wat Mahathat, known for its architectural beauty and guardian in the past of the Buddha's relic. Another jewel in the area is Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, considered the spiritual center of Thailand and located within the territory of the priceless royal palace.

Phuket4. Phuket
Sea, white beaches, Thai cuisine and nightlife are all the components for the perfect holiday! Phuket is a famous and renowned tourist destination for those who want to relax surrounded by massages and beautiful landscapes. Boat excursions, typical dishes and luxury resorts complete your wellness stay.

Krabi5. Phi Phi Island
Known for its landscapes seen in the film "The Beach", this heavenly corner offers unique and unmistakable panoramas. A place of breathtaking beauty that with its white beaches and crystal clear sea form all the conditions for a perfect stay. On the island there are numerous luxury and non-luxury facilities that pamper their guests from morning to late evening to ensure a unique experience.



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