Thailand Tourism – Unforgettable Vacations
If you are fed up with your stressful life and looking for exciting holidaying destinations where you can spend some quality time with your family and friends, then you must visit Thailand — one of the most sought after tour and travel destinations in the world. Whether you are looking for romantic beaches, or wish to explore the striking landscapes, Thailand is one such country which has everything to offer its vacationers. While on Thailand tours, you can spend some relaxing moments in Thailand and recharge with yourself with some positive energy for forthcoming days of work. If you wish to explore numerous pristine beaches with wild rocky mountains and caves, the warm locals, and tempting natural beauty, then you will certainly choose Thailand. This exotic place is very popular among nature-lovers, honeymoon couples, adventure-thrillers, and adventure-enthusiasts. The splendor and charm of this place is a magnet for vacationers from across the world.
Apart from the attractions, it also offers visitors an opportunity to indulge in Thai culture and learn about Thailand’s rich heritage. Visit several exotic temples, majestic Buddhist monasteries, elegant palaces, and historical ruins — all of which are also an essential part of Thailand tourism. Family vacations in this country are full of excitement and give new experiences to everyone. Once you visit to this country you will certainly return home with numerous memories which you will relish for a lifetime. Whether you are with your family or you are alone, and looking for any kind of assistance, then you don’t need to worry; you will have lots of friendly attention from the locals.
If you are with your partner and wish to explore the breathtaking attractions, then you can visit northern Thailand, renowned for its cascading waterfalls, caves, birds, and other wildlife.
Here one can experience exotic flora, sky-stretching trees, expansive tea forests, and many more. On the other hand, if you are looking for exciting night life, then it is a must to visit eastern Thailand, which is famous for its electrifying nightlife. Thailand has a reputation for being well-known for wild and rowdy nightlife. Here the nightlife is extremely safe, relaxed, and enjoyable. Thailand has some of the best clubs playing the latest music, and not all of them in the capital — Thailand’s islands host world-class music venues and events, as do some of the regional capitals such as Chiang Mai. Some of the major attractions and destinations, which have been playing a crucial role in Tourism in Thailand, are as follows.
One of the most sought after tourist destinations, Bangkok — one of the major attractions of Thailand — is located above the mouth of the Chao Phraya River. Bestowed with numerous alluring attractions and destinations, Bangkok is a place which never fails to grab the hearts of individuals.
The Grand Palace
A journey to Thailand would be incomplete without visiting the Grand Palace, one of the ‘must-see’ sights of this place. Constructed in the year 1782, and for 150 years the home of Thai Kings, the Royal court, and the administrative seat of government — the Grand Palace of Bangkok is visited by vacationers all the year round. Wat Pho, the Royal Barges, Wat Suthat, Erwan Shrine, and the Pastuer Institute are some of the top attractions of Thailand.
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A couple of aerial photos are here.
Also see here. Just be aware with these various references, there is no assurance that the information is current. Validate things like hours of operation and costs with what is stated on the actual website — listed just beneath the logo that I posted earlier.
Here are a few further Chiang Mai-related references that are being added in a post edit of October 8, 2012:
CHIANG MAI. How to Get There: You can fly directly from Hong Kong to Chiang Mai in a civilized 3 hours (tops) with Dragonair. If you’re brave and want a bit of an adventure, AirAsia has been offering direct flights from Macau for a very … The children’s pool was perfect for my toddler Ava to jump in with her floaties and have the time of her life, and there’s a kids club next door where the friendly and competent hotel staff are on hand to babysit if you fancy a child-free …
Publish Date: 09/04/2012 17:00
New Chiang Mai-Luang Prabang bus route Ken: Passengers departing from Luang Prabang can catch buses daily, leaving the main bus station at 5pm and arriving in Chiang Mai at. …. At each venue there has been different themes and different kind of activities; Cowboy Country, Ayuthaya Heritage and Adventure Sports. This year the … Visitors are sure to be amazed by the sky glowing at night as the balloons rise. … WHERE: The Chiang Mai Gymkhana Golf Club …
Publish Date: 09/18/2012 6:17
It’s been a busy couple of days here in Chiang Mai, and there is heaps of stuff to report since we last updated you…starting with our trip to visit our friends at Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures (CMRCA). The organization’s name pretty much … Flying high in the sky, forced up by the large amounts of hot air being created by a candle … Custom tours for high school travel groups, clubs, special interest and family travel groups. Escorted group tours to New Zealand, …
Publish Date: 10/02/2012 10:21
Upon arrival to Chiang Mai, I felt as though I had been “washed up” to shore, after a long storm of traffic, cement sky-scrapers, smog, and heaps of people. I immediately felt this sense of community and “home” that I just …
Publish Date: 09/19/2012 1:54
Another memorable experience on this trip to Chiang Mai was another sky adventure… Riding a microlight plane. Before I left Manila last November– I was trying to get in contact with the handlers of the microlight plane …
Publish Date: 01/18/2011 2:41
Forget all notions you may have of zoos in Asia – the Chiang Mai Zoo is a world class zoo with excellent, spacious enclosures and animal-friendly conditions. It is large and … The culmination of the festival is the release of thousands of lit paper lanterns into the sky, a spectacle older kids will appreciate and love, and may even be able to participate in. You can read …. Bohol Beach Club. Beach Adventure Resort. panglao, Bohol, Philippines. Deal USD $ 111 per night …
Publish Date: 03/25/2012 0:41
Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second city, with a skyline punctured by venerable Buddhist temples and streets that come alive with festivals. … More than 700km north of Bangkok, in the shadow of the revered Doi Suthep mountain and long a stop-off for people heading to the mountains for hiking and other adventures, it’s a moated city to savour for its culture, food and plentiful attractions. It was once … Enjoy the street food and then relax in one of the city’s bars and clubs.
Publish Date: 08/24/2012 23:35
Crazy travel, fun adventures, sexy photos … When I first came to Thailand in October, my initial plan was to head off to North for at least a week and spend some time also in Chiang Mai as everyone is in love with that place. …. Will – My Spanish Adventure recently posted..What to Do in Granada? MYSALA Culture Club. Montana The Explorer / February 1, 2012. exactly ! Every travel blogger/traveler that i know always recommend Chiang Mai as one of the best place to …
Publish Date: 01/31/2012 22:07
And thanks to Alun, I start to believe that impossible journeys might be possible for me – maybe like Alun, I could create my own incredible adventures for the rest of my life. I could skateboard across … Chiang Mai-based journalist Tom Fawthrop from the Chiang Mai Writers Club takes Maura and I out for a day on scooters. We visit Tom’s favourite places for … Or tie a hammock between the impossibly tall trees and sleep in the sky. Or rent a house in the Chiang Mai …
Publish Date: 03/17/2011 2:02
Seems like it’s started early this year; cloudy skies for the past two weeks and now we hear of the first low season casualty ahead of the full onset of rainy season next month. According to their website Ram Coffee … the economic gloom emanating from Europe. Chiang Mai’s four go-go bars have all been busy, Especially Adam’s Apple Club and Free Guy where the boys have been enjoying playing to a full house with a good mix of Thai, Ex-pat and tourist customers.
Publish Date: 07/03/2012 3:23
The plan, patiently hatched and hurriedly executed, was to head up north to take part in a 40 over match at Prem, and a hangover 20/20 bash, the following day at the Gymkhana Club. As is customary … We’d never experienced rained off games in Chiang mai or even in Thailand before in January, so we made the most responsible decision any team deprived of cricket and desperate to play well in the game the next day – we walked to the pub! … Bright sunshine, blue skies, game on!
Publish Date: 02/26/2012 15:18
imm eco hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Uploaded by yifengthum on Oct 22, 2008
Initially we stayed in hotel near heart of the city. But were impressed by the ultra big swimming pool and environment in Imm Eco Hotel and we moved in for 2 nights before wrap-up our Chiang Mai trip.
Once step in the hotel, we found surrounded by many greenish trees, fish ponds and many stone carved elephants just like entered a national park. I think thats match well for the named eco. This national park is in front the hotel main building which is the front desk, admin, lobby, PC for internet, and TV for everyone. In fact, all buildings in this hotel are ages, unique and classic. Glad to see they were carefully re-furnished so as their historical values and were well preserved. Especially the restaurant looks like more than 100 years! We were told that the building we stayed used to be a primary school. There is an interesting slope along the stairs used to letting the school children enjoy sliding down. And now it serves as multi purpose as we use it to pull up and down for our luggage and we enjoy sliding down as well. It must be great for these English speaking reception which provide good info, helpful and friendly service to work in such wonderful oasis.
There are different blocks for accommodation. The twin room we stayed was attached with a private bath room. Good bed and pillow, clean tower and blanket. Enough window for light coming in and good brand new air-conditioner. Contemporary design well balance with Lanna element and rustic tone. It was basic, cosy, and comfortable equipped with all necessity such as writing table and chairs, 2 bottles of drinking water everyday, toiletries and many more. No TV may be is a minus point for some guest but we sincerely welcome it. Of cause we can choose not to on it if there is a choice. But what we would usually do is to on it when ever we are in the room and sometimes can get hook so easily.
Facilities in common area include washing machine, table tennis, table football game, TV and a impressive huge swimming pool which is a mega one compare to a normal hotel. The water was very clean and we saw the cleaner was netting up the dropping leafs before 7am. We enjoyed the swimming pool every early morning and evening during our stay.
With this large size swimming pool, the national park at the hotel entrance and a big field with plenty of trees and tropical plants behind the hotel main building, makes this spacious hotel looks more like a country club rather than a hotel.
Imm Eco Hotels location may not be in the heart centre of Chiang Mai, but its neither far from the Chiang Mai old town. BT50 or less for red taxi will take you there. There are a few pubs, a British Council and many internet houses within 3min walking distance. Not to miss the great traditional food in very cheap price at coffee shop within this walking distance as well.
Highly recommend to all and I will definitely be back to imm eco again during my next visit to Chiang Mai.