10 Reasons To Travel To Thailand

Ever considered Thailand for your next vacation? While the journey to Thailand is well-liked among Europeans, most North Americans consider it too long and even too spectacular to go on a regular week or two-week vacation. That’s a pity since Thailand is a superb holiday getaway. Even though it is always easier to visit if you have a month of vacation, you will still get a ton out of your visit if you come for a week or 10 days.

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Why you should travel to Thailand

1. Thailand is Affordable

Thailand is cheap. You will find a huge selection of hotels and guesthouses for $10 a night. Thai food is much the same, and the street food sellers, who typically offer dishes for $1 or less, often provide the most scrumptious merchandise. Want to splurge? Since there are several hotels and resorts in Thailand, they are all significantly less than you pay at home.

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2. Sunshine Year-Round

Regardless of whether you visit in December or May, expect to see warm weather and mainly crystal clear days. There are seasons in Thailand; they are only slightly different from the others. The hot season goes from March to June, with April and May the hottest months of the year. The monsoon season is frequently combined with heavy rain but will ordinarily have rough seas. This season can differ from year to year.


3. Thai food

Few will argue that Thai food is scrumptious! But if you’re browsing Thai restaurants at home, you might not find it true. Here in Thailand, the food is far better, there is certainly more range, and it is inexpensive. You will easily find an option like stuffing and curry, and you will find a great choice of salads, noodles and snacks. Also, Thailand has the tastiest fried chicken in the world. From Halal Food to Westren Food, everything is here.

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Thai cuisine - curry


4. Beaches

Thailand has some of the finest seashores in the world. Hot, clear water, great vistas, and sea life for swimming, snorkeling, or scuba diving. Furthermore, there are plenty of various kinds of beaches in Thailand, from quiet and relaxed to hanging out for the night, so that everybody can discover their right place. Beaches in Phuket and Krabi are popular among tourists.  

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5. Shopping

If you want deals, bargains, or cool and eye-catching stuff, you will discover shopping in Thailand very much valued. Anything from big-city markets is made from shoes to art, and the malls in Bangkok are among the coolest in the world.

Thailand shopping


6. Easy to Travel

When you are in the country, it is simple and low-cost to get around. You want these kinds of local budget airlines like Nok Air, Asia Air, and Bangkok Airways. If you are planning in advance and not vacationing during the high season, it is quite usual to get a round trip ticket from Bangkok to Phuket for $ 100.


7. Amazing Cities

The capital offers flourishing, resistant, and enjoyable and amazing nightlife, Northern Thailand center of culture, history, architecture, great food, and plenty of redistribution. While Phuket and Krabi are famous for their beaches.

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8. The Heritage of Thai Buddhism

Buddhism is the country’s biggest religion, and it influences anything from architectural mastery to the way people communicate with one another. Every city of the country has numerous wonderful Buddhist temples to visit, Chiang Mai and Bangkok in particular. If you happen to Travel to Bangkok, don’t forget to visit the Grand Palace.

Thai palace


9. Friendly People

Thailand is known as the “Land of Smiles”. While there are actually infrequent tourist frauds and once in a while, you will find somebody that isn’t smiling, very friendly, open, and kind Thai people.


10. Nightlife

Whether you’re on the beach or in one of Thailand’s cities, you won’t be far away from the bars and nightclubs that make the country famous. There are plenty of night clubs, discos, and normal bars.

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About the author:

Kim Aroon is a travel blogger based in Bangkok. He is also a computer engineer & dreamer. He often writes Bangkok related content. You can read his content on his blog, Bangkok Travel Point.



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19 thoughts on “10 Reasons To Travel To Thailand”

  1. Thailand is just near us, same asian continent so most likely we have some same tradition going on but watching Leonardo Caprio’s movie ‘Beach’, I got enticed to see Phuket. This maybe one destination for me and my family soon. I will bookmark this as a guide.

  2. I know of so many people who have been to Thailand and I can’t wait to go there too! I’ve always loved Thai food and though there are many Thai restaurants here, I’m still curious as to how authentic Thai food tastes like. If I had the opportunity, my first day would be touring around Bangkok and trying lots of different Thai street food!

  3. I love travelling to Thailand personally & for sure few times in a year except this year due to the global health pandemic…sigh…After reading this, I miss Thailand even more. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  4. This is pity that I have never been in Thailand though I am from Asia. I heard thousands of stories on Thailand. Hopefully one day I will go there and enjoy the beauty of the land.

  5. Love Thai food .Always wanted to travel to Thailand .Have heard a lot about beaches. Thanks for sharing about such a beautiful place.

  6. These are some great reasons to visit Thailand. I would like to add their hospitality and the warmth they shower to the visitors. I love Thailand!

  7. YES! We’re actually supposed to travel to Thailand last month but we canceled it due to the pandemic. Hopefully it’s safer to travel next year because we are fascinated by this country and its people. I love the clothes and of course, Thai food!

  8. I loved my adventures in Thailand. You are right, it is so easy to travel and everyone is so friendly and welcoming. At first, I was a bit nervous about the language, but everything is easy to navigate and for the most part, people are willing to help. Loved all the food too. I probably gained 100 pounds while I was there.

  9. Thailand is on my list of places I’d love to visit, for all of those reasons you shared. I am a beach lover too . The only thing stopping me (besides COVID) is the cost of flying, but I will get there eventually!

  10. I have always wanted to go to Thailand. It has been a dream of mine since I was a preteen. I don’t know why, but it has been stuck in my head to go. So beautiful.

  11. I have been to Thailand twice and I didn’t NEED a list of reasons to go again, but I very much enjoyed it! I miss Thailand so much and would love to go back this Christmas. Hopefully once COVID is over it can regain its tourism. I’ll be going back no matter what. Thank you so much for sharing. The only thing I’m not big on in Thailand is the spiciness of the food. My husband, on the other hand, is obsessed!


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