Friendly and fun-loving, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue, from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the ever-comforting Thai smile.
The Buddhist country of Thailand remains one of Asia’s most gratifying vacation destinations. Bangkok, the capital, is a vibrant city of royal palaces, glittering temples, and chaotic markets along the city’s canals. Northern Thailand—including Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai—is a stronghold of culture, ethnic diversity and mountain vistas. Southern Thailand, with its exclusive beach resort on islands such as Phuket, has tall palms, pristine beaches and calm, clear waters.
The celestial world is a close confidant in this Buddhist nation, and religious devotion is colourful and ubiquitous. Gleaming temples and golden Buddhas frame both the rural and the modern landscape. Ancient banyan trees are ceremoniously wrapped in sacred cloth to honour the resident spirits, fortune-bringing shrines decorate humble homes as well as monumental malls, while garland-festooned dashboards ward off traffic accidents. Visitors can join the conversation through meditation retreats in Chiang Mai, religious festivals in north eastern Thailand, underground cave shrines in Kanchanaburi and Phetchaburi, and hilltop temples in northern Thailand.
With a long coastline (actually, two coastlines) and jungle-topped islands anchored in azure waters, Thailand is a tropical getaway for the hedonist and the hermit, the prince and the pauper. This paradise offers a varied menu: playing in the gentle surf of Ko Lipe, diving with whale sharks off Ko Tao, scaling the sea cliffs of Krabi, kiteboarding in Hua Hin, partying on Ko Phi-Phi, recuperating at a health resort on Ko Samui and feasting on the beach wherever sand meets sea.
When is the best time to visit Thailand? From afar, Thailand has an image of sun-kissed white sands, lush greenery and buzzing street food on warm nights 24/7, 365 days a year. But just like anywhere else, there are a number of seasonal variations in weather.
Most of Thailand has cool temperatures between Nov – March (winter and spring months) like most other SE Asian countries. The rainy season in Thailand begins around June and continues intermittently until around October. This rain occurs in bursts of heavy intensity and stops just as suddenly as it started.
During this rainy period, the temperatures stay static and the air remains humid.
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