Destination Thailand

If you are looking for a destination that offers unlimited variety- Thailand is the place. Whether you want to soak up the intriguing Thai culture, enjoy the delectable cuisine, explore nature, meditate at a traditional Thai temple, relax on a pristine beach, visit a historic site or enjoy the exciting nightlife, Thailand has something for you! Thailand is one of the most popular destinations in Asia, welcoming over 38.2 million tourists in 2017. The country has a population of over 68 million, and tourism is the largest employer and earner of foreign exchange for the country.
Thailand is also the only South-east Asian country that was never colonized by a European nation and the name of the Thai language (Prathet Thai) which means “land of the free” speaks to this historical fact. Thailand is home to over 35,000 temples and more than 5000 elephants, more than half of these elephants are domesticated. Thailand is also an archipelago and includes over 1400 Islands.

Getting to Thailand

To get to Thailand from the United States, you get the best flights from the west coast or the east coast. The best-priced flights tend to be out of Los Angeles Airport and several Airlines, including American Airlines, Delta, Qatar Air, Korean Air and Cathay Pacific Airline offers daily flights to Bangkok. Flying from the United States to Bangkok typical takes at least twenty-four (24) hours.

Where to go in Thailand

Thailand has so much to offer that you might have a hard time deciphering where to go and what to do. Some of the best places to visit that we recommend are Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Phi Phi Islands, Krabi Islands and James Bond Island.


Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and is a bustling cosmopolitan city known for its lavish temples, vibrant street life, amazing shopping, street food and a stunning network of canals. Some of the temples that you should not miss when you visit Bangkok are the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, The Temple of the Golden Buddha and the Temple of Dawn. In addition to the sacred temples, Bangkok has a wide array of other must-see attractions such as China Town which offers tantalizing street food. You can also go shopping in Siam Square, which is located in the heart of the city and includes several massive malls intertwined with small boutique stores and Central World which is regarded as the largest lifestyle shopping complex in South Asia. Bangkok also has a vivacious nightlife- from top-notch sports bars such as the Roof Top Bar to vibrant pubs such as the Rock Pub. By and large, destination Bangkok will provide you unique experiences that you will remember for a lifetime and you probably not have enough to visit even ten percent of the attractions. You might have to plan a second trip!

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Pattaya is a city on the eastern coast of Thailand, known for its spectacular beaches, magnificent resorts, enticing shopping malls, championship golf courses, amazing nightlife and grand temples. Pattaya is the second most populous city in the country and is a favorite location for tourist seeking fun and relaxation. When you travel to the city of Pattaya, some experiences that should not be missed include; Jomtien Beach, the Sanctuary of Truth Temple, Mini Siam and walking down street Pattaya for the amazing seafood, nightlife and shopping opportunities.

Phuket Island

Phuket is an alluring island in Southern Thailand that is blessed with some of the most pristine beaches in the country. The most famous part of the island is Western Phuket with several beaches and hotels and is a favorite destination for Party goers, especially the Patong region which is regarded as one of the party capitals of Asia. The South-eastern section of the island is more laidback, with largely unexplored beaches and acts as a gateway to other southern islands. Attractions in Phuket Island that should not be missed include; Patong beach, Karon beach, the Wat Chalong temple and the Phuket Fanta Sea theme and cultural park.

Phi Phi Islands

The Phi Phi Islands are a group of small islands in southern Thailand, located between Phuket Island and the western Strait of Malacca. The islands are only accessible by boat and are the perfect place to go for peaceful relaxation. The Phi Phi Islands have gained acclaim by been the setting of movies, such as the movie “The Beach” that was filmed there in 2000. The islands are also perfect for snorkeling, swimming and cliff diving. Your trip to the Phi Phi islands would not be complete without visiting Ton Sai Beach, Monkey Beach, Loh Dalum Beach and Viking Cave.

Krabi Islands

Krabi islands is a group of over 150 small exotic islands in southern Thailand that is home to stunning white sand beaches and an unspoiled interior that includes serene waterfalls, scenic limestone cliffs, and exotic wildlife. The Krabi islands are the perfect spot for kayaking, rock climbing, scuba diving, jungle trekking and island hopping.

James Bond Island

The island of Khao Phing Kan is known as the James Bond Island because parts of the Bond Movie “The man with the golden gun” was filmed here in 1974. The island is now a part of the Ao Phang Nga National Park. The island is a nature lover’s paradise, with over a 100 species of birds, over twenty species of reptiles and over 20 fish species. The James Bond Island is largely unexplored and is the perfect place to visit to reconnect with nature.

When to Visit Thailand

The peak season for Tourism in Thailand is between November and April; the prices are higher at this time. Between November and February are the coolest months and the most appealing time to travel. However, if you can tolerate a downpour or two during the afternoons and 85-degree temperatures, the months of April to October will be great for visiting, since beaches are less crowded and prices for hotels and attractions are drastically reduced during these months.