A beautiful country in the Indo-Chinese peninsula of South Asia, Thailand has been a dreamland for millions of tourists for about a decade now. However, it has been on the list of explorers for more than a century. Immensely popular for its boisterous crowd, vibrant nightlife, serene colorful beaches, and grand temples, Thailand satisfies the wanderlust of every tourist in its own special way. Experience traditional Thai massage and detoxify your body. Have fun at sparkling shores and spend hours enjoying water adventures. Unleash the offbeat traveler in you and explore hidden beauties. Thailand delivers wonders in the form of nature, history, and architecture. Plan a trip now and step into the realm of serenity and surprises on this tropical land.
USEFUL INFO. ABOUT THAILAND
OFFICIAL NAME: Kingdom of Thailand
FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
POPULATION: 69 Million (As of 2018)
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE(S): Thai
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: Central Thai, Isan, Northern Thai, English, Southern Thai
CURRENCY: Thai Baht ฿ (THB)
ETHINICITY: Japanese 98.1%, Chinese 0.5%, Korean 0.4%, other 1% (includes Filipino, Vietnamese, and Brazilian).
FAMOUS FOR:Buddhist Temples | Crazy Nightlife | Thai Massage | Beautiful Serene Beaches | Gorgeous Islands | Greenery | Wat Arun Temple | Best Street Food | Shopping Markets | Wonderful Waterfalls | Muay Thai
NATIONAL SYMBOLS:National Emblem | National Flag | Thai Elephant | Siamese Fighting Fish | Siamese Fireback | Golden Shower Flower | National Anthem | Sala Thai
TIME ZONE: : Thailand (GMT +7)
DRIVING SIDE: Left
AIRPORTS IN Japan Suvarnabhumi International Airport | Don Mueang Airport | Phuket International Airport | Chiang Mai International Airport |Hat Yai Airport | Krabi International Airport
Calling Code: +66
Embassy of UAE: +66 2402 4000
Thai Baht is the legal currency of Thailand and is used across the nation for exchanging goods and services. It is also used unofficially in the neighboring countries of Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, and Vietnam.
As per the reports of Bloomberg, Thai Baht is one of the best-performing currencies in the world. It is also one of the world's most used currencies according to the survey done by SWIFT. And why shouldn't it? After all, Thailand is one of the most frequented places on the planet with an influx of tourists in tens of millions.
Until 1925, Thai Baht was known to foreign traders and tourists as tical. In the past, the country has also used cowrie shells, silver coins, and gold coins as currency.
Thai Baht Symbol = ฿ 1 Thai Baht = 100 Satang 1 Thai Baht THB = 0.12 United Arab Emirates Dirham (As of 25th Feb 2020)
Frequently used Thai Baht banknotes can be found in the denomination of 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000.
Frequently used Thai Baht bank coins can be found in the denomination of 50 satang, 1, 2, 5, and 10.
Thailand has a very long history of development as the country has been inhabited by humans for about 20,000 years now. However, the earliest human settlement that can be traced dates back to 2000 BCE when agriculture developed and rice-growing became popular.
The kingdom of Fuhan that flourished during the 2nd century before the Common Era is believed to be the first-ever powerful kingdom in Southeast Asia. Later on, present-day Thailand was conquered by several other empires
During the 6th century, the kingdom of Hariphunchai came into being. By the end of the 9th century, the Khmer Empire was established in the region. This was the time when Thailand became a significant center for trade and politics in Asia. All of this resulted in the drastic development of infrastructure.
In subsequent years, the Khmer Kingdom declined and hence, the Empire of Pagan rose to prominence. It flourished for a few decades until the Sukhothai Kingdom came to power. Later on, the country was ruled by the Ayutthaya Kingdom, the most powerful of them all, for almost 4 centuries.
It was in the late 18th century when the Ayutthaya Empire declined and gave birth to the Thonburi Kingdom. It ruled for a few decades until modernization and centralization hit the country by the early 19th century. Today, Thailand is one of the most popular nations in the world. Millions of tourists visit it to savor its ancient charm and to immerse in its natural magnificence.
Spread over an area of about 513,120 sq km, Thailand is set primarily on the shores of the Gulf of Thailand and on the Andaman Sea for a few kilometers. Hence, the country encloses shores, hills, plains, and islands. Due to the presence of Chao Phraya and Mekong rivers, Thailand boasts of great riverbanks that host amazing picnic spots.
Thailand has a striking landscape covered with dense forests and that's the reason the country is quite rich in diverse wildlife. Here, one can spot rare as well as endangered species of animals and plants. The lowest and the highest points in Thailand are the Gulf of Thailand at 0 m and Doi Inthanon at 2565 meters.
With trekking trails, hiking spots, canals, and beachside settlements, the country attracts adventurers of all kinds. As Thailand is landlocked on three sides, places like Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Laos make for neighboring countries.
Art and Music
As the culture of Thailand has been greatly influenced by Indians, Chinese, Cambodians, Burmese and Laos, one can find several foreign elements in its traditional art and music. However, most of the artworks in the country depict the customs and values of the Buddhist culture. They showcase the rich lifestyle of Buddhism to a great extent. And it is quite evident if you explore the murals, paintings, sculptures of ancient monuments in the country.
Thai people also love to listen to traditional music. However, Thai music reflects western and southern influences today. In the contemporary world, people enjoy classical as well as rock. The major traditional Thai musical instruments include Khim, Saw Duang, Sueng, Grajabpi, and Jakhe.
Food and Drink
Thai cuisine is popular beyond the nation and is savored by millions of people across the globe. Recognized for the use of aromatic components and a number of spices, Thai dishes rule the taste buds of every foodie and is mostly based on seafood and rice.
Tom Yam Goong and Thai fried rice are relished with great interests in the east as well as the west. People in Thailand also love to enjoy drinks as they bite on their favorite food. Milk tea, soda, iced cocoa are some of the most relished drinks in the country.
Tom Yum Goong, Pad Thai, Khao Pad, Green Chicken Curry, Tom Kha Gai, Som Tam, Red Curry
Thai people are known for their warm hospitality. They are generous, kind and quite helpful towards visitors. They know how to treat their guests and hence, always take care of them in every possible way. That's the reason why Thailand is considered one of the safest tourist destinations on the globe.
Savor the best of street food and relish a wide range of cuisine from all over the world
Get a traditional Thai spa session and rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit
Visit lavish bars, pubs, and rooftop restaurants and experience crazy nightlife
Try water adventures and explore some of the best diving sites in the world
Marvel at a string of about 40,000 temples as you scrutinize their architectural splendor
Listen to the intriguing legends of the country's past at its age-old monuments
Get an insight into the greatness of the Buddhist culture and learn about the lifestyle of monks
Take the shopaholic in you on a world tour in the beautiful street markets of Thailand
Immerse in the charm of traditional festivals and partake in the exuberance of music events
Discover a world of retirement at some of the most secluded and peaceful shores and islands
Get amazed at the wildlife scene of Thailand and photograph rare species of flora and fauna in its dense woods
Thailand has a tropical savanna climate and hence, it experiences hot summers and mild winters. As the country has geographical diversity, climatic conditions vary from place to place. On the shores of Thailand or in the coastal regions of the country, the temperature is mild and tolerable during the winter and rainy season. However, one would find the hot sun during the summer season here.
Cities like Bangkok remain extremely hot during the summers when the temperature lies in the range of 20 Degee Celsius and 40 Degee Celsius.
March, April, and May are considered the hottest months in Thailand.
December and January are considered the coldest months in Thailand.
August, September, and October are considered the wettest months in Thailand.
November to February
This is the time when the temperature conditions across Thailand are optimum and comfortable. Hence, tourists from around the world visit the country during these months to savor its beauty and experience its charm. As it is peak season, the accommodation and flight prices are relatively high.
Visit Thailand with Family
Explore the sand of Hua Hin Beach and have a fun time
Picnic at the lush green gardens of Bangkok
Explore the natural beauty and historical charm of Chiang Mai
Plan an excursion to the ancient yet beautiful town of Ayutthaya
Go on a shopping spree at the world's largest Chatuchak Weekend Market
Visit Thailand as a Couple
Relax on the powdery sand beaches of Thailand and explore beautiful waters
Go for a candlelight dinner on a private boat
Book a relaxing Thai spa session and soothe your nerves
Visit the beautiful temples of Bangkok and admire their grandiosity
Stay at luxury resorts and experience lavish Thai hospitality
Feel romance in the air at Phi Phi Islands
Visit Thailand with Friends
Enjoy white water rafting and other water adventure sports
Hike up the beautiful hills and mountains of Thailand
Catch a live Muay Thai Fight Show at Bangkok
Revel in enjoying traditional Thai cuisine
Explore the interesting culture and traditions of Buddhism
Visit Thailand with Kids
Have a great time together at Siam Ocean World
Plan a day trip to the beautiful Phang Nga Elephant Park
Enjoy snorkeling or banana boat rides in the turquoise waters of Thailand
Book your tickets for the trick-eye museum of Art in Paradise
Witness beautiful species of animals at Safari World
What to Buy?
Coconut oil products
Muay Thai shorts
Reflecting sheer brilliance from every corner, Grand Palace boasts of great architectural charm. Set on the beautiful banks of Chao Phraya River, this hypnotizing building was once the official residence of the Siam kings. However, it serves as one of the major tourist attractions in Bangkok today. Built-in the late 18th century, Grand Palace houses some wondrous structures in the form of temples, halls, and seating areas. Timings: 08:30 am to 03:30 pm Entrance Fee: $16 per person (Additional $6.3 for an audio tour)
An exotic resort city flourishing on the outskirts of Bangkok, Pattaya has some of the world's most popular beaches. It is a retreat for every tourist looking forward to crashing in the lap of nature. Visit it and dive into a colorful world of gardens and shores. Relax on white-sandy beaches and notice beautiful horizon complementing nature at the time of dawn and dusk. Experience lavishness at luxury resorts.
Tucked away on the peaceful banks of the Ping River, Chiang Ming is one of the largest cities in Thailand and is often visited by offbeat travelers. The city houses numerous attractions in the form of historical monuments, architectural beauties, and natural sites. Visit it and watch the elegant ruins of Wat Chedi Luang. Pay a visit to the prepossessing wonder of Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep Temple.
If nature is all you need to detoxify your body and rejuvenate your soul, then Phuket must be on the Thailand itinerary of every tourist. It is the largest island in the country and is widely recognized for its untouched nature and unspoiled shores. Patong Beach in Phuket is popular across the globe. The dazzling blue waters of Phuket that are home to some of the most beautiful marine creatures make for a great getaway.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market holds the distinction for being the largest weekend market in the world. With about 15,000 stalls, this vibrant market sells almost everything, ranging from clothing to handicrafts, electronics to books, and food to home accessories. Come here and shop for your interests at reasonable rates. Take home beautiful souvenirs. Timings:
09:00 am to 06:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays
07:00 am to 06:00 pm on Thursdays and Wednesdays
06:00 pm to 12:00 am on Fridays
(Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays) Entrance: No Entrance Fee
Staying afloat on waters as you shop from a passer-by has its own charm and that's the reason floating markets in Thailand are quite a hit amongst tourists. Buy fresh vegetables and fruits or shop locally-made handicrafts. Paddle through convincing waters and mingle with locals. Experience the raw culture of Thailand. Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak are the two most popular floating markets in Thailand. Timings: 06:00 am to 07:00 pm Entrance: No entrance fee
Phi Phi Islands
With an area of about 12 sq km, Phi Phi Islands are popular worldwide for their heaven-like surroundings and paradisal environment. Blue turquoise waters, towering limestone cliffs, and smooth sandy shores make Phi Phi Islands the quintessential tropical retreat in Thailand. Come here and try your hand at different adventure sports. Capture the photogenic location and create everlasting memories.
Ayutthaya is nothing less than a paradise for history buffs. It is the place that would provide you an insight into the greatness of the Ayutthaya kingdom. Here, you would learn about the prominence of Thailand several centuries ago. The beautiful ruins that still speak of legendary past are the prime attractions in the city. Plan an excursion and step into the 13th century as you walk past ruined corridors.
Wat Arun Temple
Dedicated to the Sun God, Wat Arun Temple beautifying the stunning Chao Phraya River stands high with wondrous architecture. It is one of the best places to visit in Thailand as it has history, nature, and art to be savored. The temple was built in the 17th century and since then, it has been the pride of Bangkok. Pay a visit and surprise yourself with its irresistible vibes. Timings: 08:30 am to 05:30 pm Entrance Fee: $3.15 per person
Other places of importance in Thailand
Khao Sok National Park
Songkran Water Festival
One of the most loved festivals in Thailand, the Songkran Festival is observed as the country's New Year. Hence, it is celebrated with utmost passion and great enthusiasm. People indulge in fun fights and pour water on each other. The festival stands for the purification of one's soul. That's why millions of people partake in its celebrations. People also prepare sweets and buy gifts for their loved ones on this day.
Date: 13 April - 15 April 2020
Chinese New Year
The beginning of the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year is all about happiness and excitement. The festival is observed across the country with people participating in cultural events and dragon parades. During the festivity, the scenes of euphoria can be witnessed all around. On this occasion, decorations are put up, houses are adorned with colorful lights, fireworks take place and traditional dishes are prepared.
Date: 25 January 2020
Also known as the Nine Emperor Gods Festival, the Vegetarian Festival is one of the most awaited celebrations in Thailand, though it is mainly celebrated in Bangkok. For these nine days, people completely refrain from eating non-vegetarian meals and rely upon vegan food by giving up dairy products too. People also stay away from harming others and indulging in sexual acts. All of this is done to please local gods and attain a peaceful life.
Date: 16 October - 25 October 2020
Also known as Yi Peng Festival, Lantern Festival is the time when the entire sky gets filled with paper lanterns. It is celebrated on a full moon night when thousands of lanterns with flickering candles are released up in the sky. All the followers of Buddhism come together on this occasion, bow down to Lord Buddha and pray for a blissful life. The festival provides a strong insight into the cultural practices of Buddhism.
Lopburi Monkey Banquet
A festival dedicated to monkeys for the animal is highly revered in the culture of Thailand, Lopburi Monkey Banquet is one of the most popular local festivals in the country. It presents a huge banquet where more than 2500 monkeys feast on luscious meals and scrumptious delicacies. People from all over the country come to the village of Lopburi to witness this rare and unique celebration.
Other significant festivals celebrated in Thailand
Wonder fruit Music and Arts Festival
Loy Krathong Festival
Thailand is one of the most frequented places in the world for the country has innumerable beauties to behold. People come here to enjoy its mad nightlife, explore the rich past and culture of the country and to witness the magical nature present in the form of shores, forests, hills, and canals. However, one would need to have a valid tourist visa to enter the boundaries of Thailand unless you belong to a visa-exempt country.
As per the visa policy of Thailand, citizens of the following countries can enter Thailand without any visa:
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, South Korea and Peru (Can stay up to 90 days)
Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Laos, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Monaco, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, San Marino, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam (Can stay up to 30 days)
Cambodia and Myanmar (Can stay up to 14 days)
Thailand also allows several nationals to get a visa on arrival. Below-given is the list of all those countries that can get Thailand Visa on arrival:
Bhutan, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, and Vanuatu
However, you need to have the following documents to get it:
A passport with 6 months of validity from the travel date
Visa application form
An air ticket to fly out of Thailand
Adequate amount in your account to support your stay in the country (About US$ 350 per person)
Receipt of your hotel/resort booking
Visa on arrival is issued for about $66 per person.
One can also file an application to extend your stay in Thailand at the immigration office in Bangkok.
Buses are available in Thailand throughout the day and at night. As it is one of the cheapest means of transport, it is preferred by most tourists. A bus ride in Thailand wouldn't cost you more than $0.3.
If you are visiting Thailand with your family and desire for the utmost comfort, then a taxi would be a perfect option for you. It is convenient, comfortable and easily available. You can find taxis near malls, shopping complexes, beaches, temples and at every other tourist spot in Thailand.
Riding a tuk-tuk, a three-wheeled vehicle, is an unforgettable experience in itself. One-of-a-kind transport service in Thailand, especially in cities like Bangkok, Tuk-tuks grab the attention of every tourist. Hence, you must ride it and have fun as you move to your destination.
Songthaews are mini trucks that also carry tourists from one place to another. You can find them almost everywhere in the country; near beaches, temples and at every major tourist center.
Bangkok Subway/Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and BTS Skytrain services are perfect for getting around in Bangkok. By using them, you can reach your destination within minimum time. MRT is available at all the major tourist places in Bangkok and is one of the fastest means of commutation.
BTS Skytrain connects all the areas between Sukhumvit and Kasetsart University, Sukhumvit and Kheha and Silom and National Stadium.
The dazzling Chao Phraya River in Bangkok has made it easy for tourists to explore the beauties of the city. Meander your way up the stream and relish wonders from your naked eye. Sail through charming canals of Thailand and explore its richness while staying afloat.
Via Air Route
Thailand has two major international airports located in Bangkok and Phuket. Both of them are well connected to all the major countries of the world. Hence, one can easily fly to Thailand via the air route. Other major airports that connect the country to other parts of the world are located at Krabi, Chiang Mai, and Hat Yai.
Via Rail Route
Thailand also has international rail services that operate between Bangkok and other cities of neighboring countries. If you belong to countries like Malaysia or Singapore, you can go with this option to reach Thailand. After all, train journeys have their own charm.
Via Road Route
Thailand has an amazing road network and hence, one can easily reach the country via road route. Several international buses ply between Bangkok and other nearby places, such as Malaysia and Cambodia regularly.
Via Water Route
Thailand is well connected to places like Hong Kong and Singapore by ferries and cruises. Several luxury cruises coming from Europe and Australia also stop at the ports of Bangkok and Phuket.
Check the weather of the country beforehand and pack your bag according to its climatic conditions. This would help you travel light and comfortably.
Island hopping is the best way to explore the untouched serene nature of Thailand. The country is home to more than a thousand islands.
Keep a copy of your passport and a hotel card with yourself while exploring outside.
Get a local SIM card at the airport as soon as you land to get access to the internet.
Always keep emergency contact numbers handy to save yourself in case of emergencies.
If you are renting a car, do not give them your passport for validation. Always insist on other identity cards.
Plan to visit less-crowded or not-so-popular places if you are on a lookout for cheap food.
Stop whatever you are doing and stand straight whenever the national anthem of the country is played in public.
While visiting local markets, make sure you have sharp bargaining skills. It would help you shop for things at reasonable costs.
If you love drinking and beer is your favorite beverage, then go for a locally-prepared Changa drink.
Always keep limited cash with you. Carry a fanny bag and put all of your possessions in it.
Avoid visiting poorly-lit places at night. In case of any emergency, call the tourist police or general police as soon as possible.
Do not flaunt valuables or cash in public, especially in crowded tourist places.
Hire a local guide before traveling to secluded destinations or isolated beaches.
Refrain from leaving your food or drink unattended.
Do not get into unregistered vehicles. Always check whether the bus/cab/van you are getting into has a valid license plate.
Do not partake in political rallies or public protests. Keep yourself away from such activities.
Always carry a first-aid box and an insect repellent with you.
Do not eat at stalls, restaurants, or cafes that look untidy.
Tap water isn't safe in Thailand and hence, do rely on bottled water whenever possible.
Thailand is a hot country and hence, always wear sunscreen while going out.
Before you fly to Thailand, get travel insurance to cover all your medical bills in case of emergencies.
Consult your doctor and get a vaccination for Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Rabies, Malaria, Yellow Fever, and Typhoid.
What to Pack?
Light clothes for beaches
Warm clothes for hills
Scarves and stoles
Universal travel adapter
Dress Code & Etiquette
Always cover your head and shoulders with scarves and avoid wearing revealing clothing while visiting temples and other religious places.
Do not talk anything bad about the monarch. People in Thailand extremely love their king.
Do not make any disrespectful remarks on Buddhism or on philosophies related to it.
If you are a woman, do not touch monks while in Thailand. Monks are supposed to not have any physical contact with women.
Head is considered as the most significant part of the human body in Thailand. Hence, do not touch anyone's head or pass anything over it.
Stay away from public display of affection unless you want to be frowned upon.
Set on the Gulf of Thailand, Cambodia is a beautiful country that harbors a number of tourist attractions. It is popular across the globe for the magnificent Angkor Wat, the largest religious complex in the world. However, there are a lot of other beauties that equally deserve the attention of visitors. The most prominent ones include Sihanoukville Beaches, Prasat Preah Vihear, Koh Rong Samloem, and Phnom Penh.
Another destination that can make for a great getaway from Thailand is the magnificent country of Vietnam. Stay at beautiful beach resorts of Phu Quoc and explore the rocky islands of Halong Bay. Visit the Hoan Kiem Lake and witness its divine temple or explore the wartime tunnels of Cu Chi. The country has innumerable sights to behold. It has amazing destinations to savor.
Waterfalls, caves, stupas, historical monuments, hiking and trekking destinations and more - Laos has a wondrous set of tourist spots. Though it is one of the least-explored places in Asia, it is surely a dream location for numerous offbeat travelers. Loiter around lakes or visit ancient temples. Laze by charming streams or hiking up the mountains. The country offers wonderful opportunities.
Another country that shares its borders with Thailand, Myanmar boasts of incredible pagodas and hypnotizing monasteries flourishing amid forests. However, the country also has numerous natural places to enjoy. Sit by the peaceful Inle Lake or explore the commendable exterior of Shwedagon Pagoda or witness the greatness of the grand Ananda Temple.
A country that has nature, history, and a crazy nightlife to look forward to, Malaysia must be on your bucket list while visiting Thailand. This neighboring nation is all set to provide you with some everlasting memories with its irresistible locations. Snorkel down the sea or savor numerous beach activities. Frame the grandeur of the popular Petronas Twin Towers or explore the beautiful streets of Malacca.
Distance between Significant Places in Thailand
Bangkok to Ayutthaya - 78 Km
Bangkok to Pattaya - 150 Km
Bangkok to Phuket - 840 Km
Ayutthaya to Pattaya - 205 Km
Bangkok to Krabi - 785 Km
Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia that has never been colonized by any foreign power. Hence, the people of Thailand are used to being free.
Both the world's smallest and largest mammal (Bumblebee bat and Whale Shark respectively) have their home in Thailand.
Bangkok's original name is one of the longest names and it is âKrung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit".
Due to the presence of a number of beautiful canals, Bangkok was popularly known as 'Venice of the East' in the 19th century.
Thailand is recognized for its beautifully-constructed Buddhist temples. The country has about 40,000 temples within its boundaries.
There was a time when all the men living in Thailand were monks, though for a short period. However, this practice was abolished later. There are still more than 300,000 monks in the country.
Thailand is one of the most visited destinations in the world with about 30 million tourists visiting it every year.
Chatuchak Market in Bangkok is the largest weekend market in the world with about 150,000 stalls and more than 10,000 vendors.
People of Thailand respect their monarch to the utmost core and hence, they are quite intolerant towards disrespectful remarks.
Thailand is one of the largest exporters of rice in the world and it is also the place where the famous energy drink, Red Bull, originated.
Thailand is rich in greenery. Hence, the country boasts of a great number of species of plants and animals. The number of birds in Thailand is quite large than that of Europe and America combined.
Thailand is a country that celebrates a festival dedicated to monkeys with great fervor every year. Hundreds of monkeys attend the festival to feast on scrumptious delicacies.
Touching someone on their head is disrespectful in Thailand as the country believes the head is the most significant part of a human body.
There are more than 1400 islands in Thailand. No wonder it is one of the best beach destinations in Asia.
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