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Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. With stunning natural surroundings, rich cultural heritage and refined cuisine, it attracts millions of travelers every year.

Thailand, formerly known as Siam, has a rich and long history dating back to prehistoric times. Key periods in Thailand’s history include the rise of the Sukhothai and Ayutthaya Kingdoms, the Burmese invasion and fall of Ayutthaya, the establishment of the Chakri Dynasty, and the country’s subsequent modernization and transition to a constitutional monarchy in 1932. Today, Thailand is modern and prosperous country, true to its rich cultural heritage.

Thailand is a country that will leave you with unforgettable memories and a desire to return again and again.


Thai people are famous for their friendly and hospitable nature.

Thai culture is deeply rooted in Buddhism and this religion has a strong influence on the way of life. Thais are known for their respect for elders and strong family values. They also value politeness, avoiding confrontation and showing respect at all times.

Thai cuisine is known for its bold and flavorful dishes, which often feature a combination of sweet, sour, spicy and salty flavors. Thais also have a rich tradition in music, dance and art, with particular emphasis on classical dance and the traditional art of weaving.

Traditional Thai clothing includes the Pha Nung (a long cloth wrapped around the waist), the Sabai (a shawl worn over the shoulder) and the Chut Thai (a type of skirt worn by women). However, modern western-style clothing is also popular, particularly in urban areas.

Thai people are generally open and welcoming to foreigners and hospitality is an important aspect of their culture. Visitors to Thailand can expect to be treated with warmth and kindness, and may be invited to participate in local traditions and festivals.

Their rich cultural heritage and traditions continue to play an important role in shaping Thai society today.


Bangkok, Thailand’s bustling capital, is a city that never sleeps. With its vibrant street life, rich cultural heritage and world-class cuisine, Bangkok is a must-visit destination for every traveller.

One of the most important attractions in Bangkok is the Grand Palace. This magnificent complex of buildings was once the home of the Thai royal family. You can wander the luxurious buildings, admire the intricate architecture and learn about Thailand’s rich history.

If you want to experience the spiritual side of Bangkok, head to Wat Pho, one of the oldest and largest temples in the city. Here you will find the famous Reclining Buddha statue, which is 46 meters long and 15 meters high. You can also get a traditional Thai massage at the temple’s massage school.

For a taste of Bangkok street life, head to Chatuchak Weekend Market. This bustling market is one of the largest in the world and offers everything from clothes and souvenirs to street food and live animals. You can easily spend a whole day exploring the market and getting lost in the maze of alleys and stalls.

If you want to experience the modern side of Bangkok, head to Siam Square. This trendy district is home to some of the city’s best shopping, dining and entertainment venues. You can also visit the nearby Jim Thompson House, a museum showcasing traditional Thai architecture and art.

Another must-visit destination in Bangkok is Chinatown. Here you’ll find a vibrant Thai-Chinese community, with shops and restaurants selling everything from gold and jade to dim sum and noodle soup.

For a panoramic view of Bangkok, head to the top of Baiyoke II Tower, the tallest building in Thailand. From here, you can enjoy 360-degree views of the city, including its iconic landmarks such as the Grand Palace and Wat Arun. The Golden Mount hill with the temple on top also offers a magnificent view.

Finally, you cannot visit Bangkok without trying its famous street food. Bangkok is known for its cheap, delicious food stalls, offering everything from Pad Thai and Tom Yum soup to exotic dishes such as fried insects and spicy papaya salad.

If you are looking for adventure, the northern part of Thailand is the perfect destination. You can visit Chiang Mai, a city surrounded by lush jungle and mountains, where you can hike, zipline or visit the hill tribe villages.

If you want to enjoy tropical beaches, Thailand has countless on its over 1000 islands. The islands of Phuket and Koh Samui are the most well-known but also over-touristed.


In my 7 visits to Bangkok and a few less in the country’s periphery and islands, what I have to recommend to the would-be visitor is to explore this enchanting country beyond the beaten track and tourist-choked destinations like Phuket. Be sure that you’ll discover many hidden paradises.

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