The Land Of Smiles

So you have heard about the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, the outstanding food from the North, the idyllic beaches in the South and the rural countryside of the North East but where should you go first?

Check out the list below of some of my favourite places and why you should make the trip there:-

Bangkok
  • The capital of Thailand and the central hub of South East AsiaBangkok Night 
  • High rise buildings, crazy traffic and a wild nightlife scene
  • Amazing temples, amazing culture, amazing street food
  • Fantastic markets
  • As soon as you explore this city you will either love it or hate it
  • This city never sleeps.. no, honestly, it doesn’t!!
 Koh Chang

Koh Chang

  • The second largest island in Thailand
  • ‘Elephant’ Island
  • Idyllic beaches
  • Great for diving and snorkelling
  • Perfect for island hopping to neighbouring islands of Koh Kood and Koh Mak
  • Ideal for unwinding
Chiang MaiChiang Mai
  • The ‘Gem of the North’
  • Listed in the top 25 cities in the world to visit
  • Hosts the famous Sunday market – a must see!
  • Incredible food on offer
  • A city packed with culture, friendly faces and like-minded travellers
  • Great place to explore

 

 

Koh Samui

Koh Samui

  • Koh Samui caters for all types of travellers
  • World class restaurants and bars
  • Fantastic nightlife
  • Beautiful beaches
  • Ideal for Island hopping to Koh Phangan and Koh Tao
  • Great for diving, snorkelling and fishing excursions

Thai Food

 

Food is a significant part of Thai culture and is widely recognised as some of the best food in the world. Thai food offers a seemingly endless range of flavours and fusions to tempt your taste buds. You will soon notice that rice is a staple part of the Thai diet and in fact the expression to eat “kin khao” literally translates to eat rice! The choice of food indulge in ranges from delicious street food to up market restaurants and everything in-between!

Street food is likely to be some of the best food you will taste. It’s quick, fresh and the best part is you can watch it being cooked for you! See how talented these street vendors are and how tasty Thai food is. Expect to pay around 40 or 50 baht for a meal at a street vendor! Not bad for around £1.00! The variety of food on offer, particularly in the markets will certainly leave you wanting to try more!