Thailand is one of the most amazing travel destinations in Southeast Asia. Not only are the people friendly, the country also boasts a wonderful culture that can be experienced in so many different ways. If you’re planning to travel to Thailand and you’re the adventurous type, check out these six unique ways for you to further explore the place and experience Thai culture:
- Thai festivals. There are many theme festivals celebrated throughout the year in Thailand. Some of the festivals and celebrations worth taking part in include Loi Krathong (usually celebrated in November), Chiang Mai Flower Festival (usually celebrated in February), Sweet Tamarind Fair, Mae Hong Son Winter Feast, and Chinese New Year...
Bangkok is one of the go-to destinations in Asia. Good food, great shopping and tons of activities await; however, it can be difficult to find things to do and places to go that the whole family will enjoy. Here is a list of places that both the parents and children will love to include in your itineraries for family-friendly fun.
Animals, especially wildlife, are natural wonders. Moseying around the different parks in Safari World will grant you access to attractions such as an adventurous jungle cruise, a dolphin show or check out the Marine Park. It’s best to come during the summer months so you can see rare animals like the Himalayan Black Bear.
Address: 99 Panyaintra Road, Samwatawantok, Klongsamwa, Bangkok Hours: 9AM to 6PM
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Bangkok’s Chinatown is a rare gem. Despite being one of the most famous spots in the city, it managed to avoid being completely commercialized. The place has a unique feel of authenticity. But this does not mean it doesn’t have the hustle and bustle of other tourist attractions. In fact, the incredible pace of this place can drive the casual visitor dizzy. There are so many places to visit and so many things to see.
If you’re still at a loss on what to do in Chinatown Bangkok, natives and regulars suggest going through the following attractions first.
- Wat Traimit. Start your day with the magnificence of the largest golden Buddha in the world. Surrounded by traditional arches, the Buddha is a common object of pilgrimage...
Malaysia is an archipelago nation located in Southeast Asia. A former British colony, Malaysia is a vibrant multicultural nation welcoming the world to enjoy their fabulous beaches, crystal clear waters, sumptuous cuisine and exceptional cultural heritage.
First time visitors to Southeast Asia are often overwhelmed by the sights and the sounds around them. This leads to a look of bewilderment that can leave them easy prey to scam artists that plague tourist spots around the world. Overly cautious travelers often elect the safety of guided and escorted tours; however this type of tourism robs the tourist of the real cultural experiences which are the highlight of any international trip.
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Situated in southern Malaysia, Johor Bahru is referred to as the Gateway to Singapore. It is also known as Ikandar and is home to over one-million people. A visit to Johor Bahru will result in a plethora of fond, unforgettable memories guaranteed to last a lifetime.
Places Not To Be Missed in Johor Bahru
The Sultan Iskandar Complex, known for its strikingly modern architecture functions as the customs, immigration and quarantine center. It is also the headquarters for the Office of Tourism for Malaysia. The complex boasts checkpoints designed to record the arrival and departure of every vehicle whether occupied by people or tangible merchandise. Sultan Iskandar Complex serves as the hub for the area’s transit system.
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