About Thailand... (2)
ALL year round there are fairs, festivals, and celebrations.
Form the colourful Flower Festival in Chiang Mai to the oncredible
ascetic displays of the Vegetarian Festival in Phuket,
Thailand boots events that cater to everyone’s curiosity and interest.
There is little need to emphasize the countless physical attractions
of the country as Thailand is already regarded by many as one of
the world’s top tourist destinations. The best way to verify this is to spend
some time here.
Natural Thailand is wonderfully complemented by modern Thailand.
Transportation in the kingdom whether by road, air , rail.
Or water-has been significantly developed in light of the country’s rapid
Thailand for millions of tourists and businessmen annually. Most educational,
financial, and scientific institutions are rated first-class.
The same goes scientific institutions are rated first-class.
The same goes for the many fine hotels and resorts in numerous
tourist spots. Every conceivable item is available in this shopper’s heaven,
Buyers of Thai products will quickly discover they are of high quality and
Generally speaking, Thailand has three seasons; the hot season
( March - May), the rainy season (June – October ) , and the cool season
(November – February). Average temperatures range from 17 C ( 62F)) in December to 35.5 C ( 96 F) in April. The tropical climate plus its varied geographical features play important parts in attracting tourists to Thailand
Nonetheless, no amount of natural beauty would suffice if the human element did not impress visitors. Fortunately, the Thai people are immensely proud of their cultural heritage and independence. The only nation in Southeast Asia never to have been colonized.