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Thailand...land of smile !!!!!!!!!! 

  

A small country that contains many amazing things and attracts many tourists in “South East Asia, between the Indian Ocean and the South China” (Thiro 10) is called Thailand or “Land of Smile.” It is one of the best countries that are full of natural beauty. Thailand is called “Land of Smile” because Thai people are very friendly, easily to smile, and are nice to everyone. If we talk about Thailand, some people think about spicy delicious foods, some about nice beaches or while others, about kick boxing which is the traditional sport of Thailand. 

Thailand has a rich cultural background, incredible diversity and a climate suitable for travel almost year round. In fact Bangkok is rapidly becoming a centre for business within South East Asia, due to its geographic location, but also due to the fact that Thailand has a stable political system and a strong economy.

To complement Thailand’s cultural and geographical attributes, is an increasingly modern and already efficient infrastructure. The system of highways, lesser roads and railways is fantastic and as good as any country. Domestic flights in Thailand are all quite short so flying between centres or even around the region, is definitely an option.

Thailand is the perfect destination, whether it is purely for leisure, business or as an incentive destination. Visitors to Thailand will discover a friendly, refreshing, safe and beautiful country.


:: Religion & Beliefs ::

Buddhism is the primary religion in Thailand with more than 90% of the population being Buddhist. There is small numbers of other religions including Islam, Christian and Hindu. In rural areas especially, Buddhism is closely entwined with other belief systems. 

:: Flavours of Thailand ::

Thailand is blessed with an abundance of foods of different types, flavours, textures, colours and aromas. The cooking process, like many things in Thailand can be a creative and fun process. 


:: HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS ::

Makha Bucha — (February full moon) / Flower festival Chiang Mai (February first weekend) / Songkran (April 13–15) / Pattaya Festival (April) / Visakha Bucha (May full moon) / The Rocket Festival Yasothon — Bun Bang Fai (Second week of May) / Asanha Bucha (KHAO PANSA July full moon) / Candle Festival — Ubon Ratchathani (July full moon) / H.M. the Queens birthday (August 12) / Phichit Boat Races (September) / Phuket Vegetarian Festival (Early October) / Chonburi Buffaloe Races (October) / Chulalongkorn Day (23 October) / Surin Elephant Round-up (November) / River Kwai Bridge Week — Kanchanaburi (Late November – early December) / Ayuthaya Festival (December).

> WHEN TO TRAVEL?

Thailand’s climate is tropical, and is largely affected by the North-East Monsoon and the South-West Monsoon, which bring changes in weather patterns on a cyclical basis. The central, northern and north eastern areas have three seasons while the Southern peninsula areas and the deep south of Thailand, are subject mainly to two seasons based on the monsoons.

Cool Season: Late November – February / Hot Season: March – June / Summer Season: July – October 


:: Arriving >

Thailand is well served by International Airlines and this method of travel is how most visitors arrive. Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai are the major airports. Land border crossings are possible between Malaysia (road and train).


:: Destinations in......THAILAND ::

    

BANGKOK: CITY OF ANGELS 

The capital of Thailand straddles the Chaopraya river near the upper part of the Gulf of Thailand. It is a major port where seagoing ships steam upriver from the gulf to unload or load their wares. Bangkok is a sprawling city of around 10 million people and is an interesting mix of old and new, with a skyline which has boomed into place in a space of just two decades. Parks have become an important part of the cityscape and Bangkok now boasts several large parks and green spaces where people can go to relax or exercise. The city is becoming one of the more charming on the Asian landscape. 

CHIANG MAI: ROSE OF THE NORTH 

The rose of the North, Chiang Mai, is a wonderful small city with a history more than 700 years old. Sitting in a beautiful valley, surrounded by farm land, orchards and forested mountains, Chiang Mai inspires all that visit, with it’s natural charm. Chiang Mai also has a more temperate climate than other areas in Thailand. During the period from November to February, many visitors are drawn to Chiang Mai for the warm sunny days and cool nights.

KRABI 

Situated on the banks of the Krabi estuary, is a small town and a beautiful province, just to the south of Phuket and Phan-nga. Krabi boasts it’s own international level airport and is easily reached by road from Phuket in just a couple of hours to the North. Most visitors to Krabi stay at the beautiful beach resort of Ao Nang which is a 30 minute drive from Krabi Town.

PATTAYA 

On the Eastern side or Sunset side of the upper Gulf of Thailand, Pattaya is one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations. Known for its nightlife, Pattaya is also where people come to enjoy sun, sand and sea. Pattaya itself is centred around a small bay with a long beach lined by a road and hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops, massage shops and other businesses. The Northern end of Pattaya Beach tends to be more quiet than the Southern end where a pedestrianised ‘walking’street provides all the ‘nightlife’ entertainment. 

PHUKET 

Visitors to Phuket will notice signs of Sino-Portugese influence in some buildings, especially in Phuket Town where some old buildings have been renovated to preserve the style and this is creating a new image for the old town. There are many islands close to Phuket, such as Surin and Similan Islands, Koh Racha, Koh Yao and Phi Phi where some of the world’s best diving and snorkeling is to be found.  The premium time to visit Phuket is between November and April when the weather is best and the sea calm. However, many smart travellers visit during the rainy season to take advantage of surprisingly plentiful sunshine, smaller crowds and low hotel rates.


:: Thailand Visa Formalities :: Tourist

* Passport valid at least six months
* 1 visa form
* 2 photographs with white background 35x45mm
* Covering letter for stating purpose of visit
* Return confirm Ticket
* Foreign Exchange or International credit card copy

If working > Letter from employer stating No Objection.  
** Visa submission Time : 0900 to 1130 ( Monday to Friday) **
** Visa Collection Time : 1430 to 1630 ( Monday to Friday) **
 

:: Point to Note :: ** Optional excursions and customized package tours is available with us.

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