Thailand

Thailand

The Kingdom of Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and it's getting more popular. Tourism to Thailand has been increasing between 15-20% every year since 2009 (except 2014). Visitors flock here from around the world to relax on the white sand beaches, stuff themselves full of delicious food (Thai cuisine is one of the best in the world), experience the rich cultural heritage and history, and of course visit as many of the impressive Buddhist temples as possible. (There are over 40,000 temples in all of Thailand!)

Known as The Land of Smiles, Thailand has been wowing travelers since the 1960's and countless foreigners now call the country home. Find out why. Visit Thailand.

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  J Green: Thailand's Coolest And Quirkiest Night Market, the newest HoliDaze Blog post. Not only does this night market sell everything from antique cameras and retro video games to drones, home furnishings, clothing and all sorts of stuff that you don't yet know you need. Best part is it still remains relatively unknown to foreigners.   Check out the photos!

Departing Phuket Island's harbor on a ferryboat A long tail boat near Phi Phi Island's shore Impressive sailboat visiting Phi Phi Don Phi Phi Island's harbor Green waters at Phi Phi Ley Island There's heavy traffic around Somebody boarded the boat A boat around Phi Phis Islands beachside
Visiting Bangkok at any time of year is a great choice. Visitors from around the world will enjoy the fascinating culture, incredible attractions and friendly residents regardless. However, planning a trip to Bangkok during the annual Songkran Festival is one of the best possible decisions you could make. Songkran Festival is the traditional New Year celebration in Thailand, and being in Bangkok during this time is a way to get an inside look at the incredible culture and traditions in this country. Whether you are interested in the spiritual and religious aspects of the holiday or you just can't wait…
The beautiful island of Ko Samui is one of Thailand's most popular islands with tourists. As such, it's important to know a few key details when planning your trip, such as the right time of year to visit, where to stay and how to avoid the crowds. And that's exactly why I am here! About The Island Ko Samui was a self-sustained island with no roads at all until the 1970's, when the first few adventurous backpackers started arriving one at a time via local boats. It was in the 1990's that the island started to gain an international reputation…
Over the years, I've hit -- and had fun -- at countless party destinations. Don't get me wrong, when you have 51 weeks of work a year and but one week off to go wild, being at a location with an ample supply of bars is pivotal. However sometimes when traveling with the family or in search of beauty and culture, traveling beyond the party is a necessity. Nowadays so many popular tourist destinations are synonymous with partying, unfortunately. Bali, Indonesia. Cancun, Mexico. Vang Vieng, Laos. Phuket, Thailand. But each one offers so much more. Even though Phuket has a…
Phuket is Thailand's largest island and an incredibly popular tourist destination. There is so much to see and do there that often visitors get overwhelmed and miss some of the best opportunities. From sports to excursions to local cuisine, there is plenty to do beyond the beaches. Truly Phuket is one destination that does not disappoint. Here is what not to miss during your next vacation to this beautiful island. Take A Thai Cooking Class Thai food is one of the most well known -- and loved -- of all Asian cuisines. It can be found in countries around the…
Do I need warm clothes? Do I need to bring my hiking boots? Or is my toothbrush, tickets and passport enough? In only a few days before I'm off to Thailand. I'm excited, chaotic and nervous. Its my third or fourth time that I will be visiting Thailand but I'm still worried. Worried I'll forget something. Now I have to pack my backpack and every time its a challenge. I always pack too much, but for the first time I’m going backpacking for a short time. Only two weeks, which means that I don’t need a lot and anything which…

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