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Planning The Perfect Trip To Thailand

Thailand is a beautiful and fascinating country, and if you are heading there for the first time, you will want to take some time and plan your trip to ensure you have a magical time. You will need to do some research and decide what you want to do while you are there, and taking the time to do this can help ensure you have a memorable trip. Below are some tips to help you plan the perfect trip to Thailand so that you will take home many excellent memories of your time in the Land of Smiles.

Arriving In Bangkok

Most travellers arriving in Thailand will come through Bangkok, and after a long flight, it is an excellent idea to book a hotel in the city for a day or two and acclimatise to the country. Whether you choose a hotel in Sukhumvit, Khao Sarn Road, Siam, or a hotel in Sathorn, Bangkok has many excellent hotels available that you can choose to base yourself in for the duration of your visit.

Where To Go After Bangkok?

You will also have to decide what y are going to do after Bangkok, and there are various possibilities available to you. You can head down south to one of the islands or one of the holiday resorts along the coast or explore the north’s lush green jungles and mountains. You will need to decide whether you want a relaxing holiday on the beach or by the pool, or if you would prefer to explore all that is on offer and have an active holiday seeing the sights in Thailand.

When To Go To Thailand

You will also have to decide when you are going to travel to Thailand and choose the best time you will need to know the different seasons. There are three distinct seasons in Thailand, and depending on when you go, the season will also affect the price of your trip. The most popular time to go is during the cooler season, from November to February, and it is also the most expensive time of year. The summer in Thailand runs from March to May when the temperature gets hot, and there is very little rainfall, but prices are lower than peak season. The cheapest time to visit Thailand is during the rainy season, which runs from June to October, and although it rains often, it is still warm, and there is also plenty of sunshine.

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