Thailand Travel Guide A Vagabond Life
Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand, a mesmerizing country known for its vibrant culture, historical landmarks, and breathtaking scenery, is a dream destination for travelers from all corners of the globe. It’s a place where ancient temples coexist with bustling street markets, and tranquil beaches meet bustling city streets. But did you know that Thailand is also home to one of the world’s most popular street food scenes? From flavorful pad Thai to spicy green curry, the street vendors here offer an array of mouthwatering dishes that tantalize the taste buds.
In this guide, we will delve into the enchanting world of traveling to Thailand. Whether you are a first-time visitor or someone looking to explore new corners of this captivating country, this guide aims to provide you with valuable insights and tips for making the most of your journey. We will cover a range of topics, including the must-visit destinations, cultural traditions, outdoor adventures, and practical information to ensure a seamless travel experience. So let’s embark on this journey together and immerse ourselves in the wonders that Thailand has to offer.
Table Of Contents
Thailand Travel Map
Five Quick Facts About Travelling In Thailand
- Thailand is a relatively safe and easy country to travel in, its a great country to start in if you have never travelled in Asia. However like anywhere it is important to exercise normal, sensible safety measures.
- Most westerners can enter Thailand visa-except for a specific period – see VISA TAB for more details.
- Thailand has an exceptional transport network with all manner of modes venturing all over the country – see GETTING AROUND TAB.
- You will find English spoken in most cities, larger towns and major tourists spots, however it is advisable (and polite) to learn a few basic Thai words such as please, thank you and hello.
- Avoid mosquito bites. While Thailand has pretty much eradicated malaria some cases have popped up on the Burmese border in recent years. Dengue is endemic throughout Thailand. Use a repellent with deet in it and cover up in light coloured clothing to avoid mosquito bites.