Thailand entices travellers with a smile as golden as the nation's sparkling temples and tropical beaches. The country is hospitable and food-obsessed, hedonistic and historic, cultured and inquisitive.
Popular all over the world, Thai food embodies the core qualities of Thai culture: it is giving, warm, reviving, and laid-back. Thai cuisine makes use of flavourful native ingredients including plump fish, scorching chillies, and lemongrass. The four basic flavours of spicy, sweet, salt , and sour provide the foundation of a diverse national food. Traveling stomachs take food tours of Burmese market stalls in Mae Sot, seafood pavilions in Phuket, and noodle stands in Bangkok. Learning to cook reveals the simplicity of recipes that appear to be complex, and market knowledge is a crucial survival skill.
Don't forget to include these locations in your trip itinerary when you visit Thailand. Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Khao Sok National Park, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Pattaya City, and Bangkok city are among the places to visit.
Spend a day exploring Safari World Bangkok, consisting of two parks: Safari Park, an open zoo, and Marine Park.Delve into the animal kingdom of Safari Park, where giraffes, zebras, tigers, and lions reside.Venture to the world of the wild west, where seasoned cowboy performers perform intricate stunts.
Take a tour at 2 of Bangkok's most famous floating markets, complete with a licensed professional guide and air-conditioned transfers.Weave through Damnoen Saduak Floating Market's maze of vendors, the largest and most popular floating market in the country.
Experience thrilling, world-class water attractions such as the Master Blaster, Abyss, and Superbowl.Hold your breath as the floor underneath you disappears on Aqualoop.Relax and flow in a 350m 'Lazy River', one of Thailand's longest.
Get close with wild animals in an enclosed tram ride at night.Witness rare nocturnal animals at dusk or in the night.Take a look at a wide variety of over 1,400 large and small animals from 134 species.