Thailand Holidays

Thailand holidays are popular with travelers the world over. From brilliant blue seas and unspoilt white sands to vibrant busy cities and exotic markets, Thailand is a land of contrasts.

There's plenty to see and do on a Thailand holiday, from old ruins and temples, desolate cities and cultural city structures, Thailand is a land waiting to be explored.

Phuket and Koh Samui are popular destinations in Thailand for many travelers. With their idyllic beaches and beautiful scenery, they're perfect places for relaxing holidays.

With so many places to see and explore in Thailand, the choice is yours.

You simply can't come to Thailand without experiencing Bangkok - the hectic pace, the smiling crowds, the wonderful disorder of its geography, the constant mix of old and new, the heady nightlife and the amazing culinary scene there are more than 50,000 places to eat!

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A must-see is the Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple. Shopping can be enjoyed in abundance, from exciting street markets in Patpong and Chinatown, to swanky designer stores in Silom and Sukhumvit. Getting around is now easier than ever. Bangkok's new Skytrain transit system is the pride and joy of the city. This above-ground rail system is clean, cheap and very efficient ideal for exploring this vibrant city There are many types of attractions to Bangkok, and certainly something to please everybody. There are historic sites, religious sites featuring magnificent temples, fabulous shopping destinations offering all kinds of produce, and restaurants offering just about every type of food one could imagine, not to mention all kinds of nightlife.

If you would like to visit a temple of great repute, then head for the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) in Bangkok, which is one of the oldest and indeed largest temples in Bangkok. The statue is reputed to be the largest in Thailand, and measures more than 140 feet long.

Some of the many attractions in Bangkok

Should you wish to spend some time investigating and visiting historic sights, then a trip to the Grand Palace is a must. This complex was built in 1780 and comprises of many magnificent buildings, including another wat (temple) called Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The star of this temple is an emerald statue which dates back to the early 15th century.






Some of the many attractions in Bangkok Great night life great shopping Bangkok never Sleeps




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