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Best available economy fare quoted for flights to Thailand from London Heathrow was £ 442 with China Southern Airline, followed by Swiss Air at £ 452, the best economy direct flight to Thailand was £ 567 with Eva Air
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Aquamarine shores, green overgrowth with bamboo forests and magnificent temples outshining in their glint of gold, Thailand has harnessed pristine calmness etched in its environment. The same nature passages onto its flourishing urban developments. With increasing immigration rates and a massive tourism industry, the populace of entertainment venues has foraged to new records. Bars, nightclubs, theme parks, performances by internationally renowned artists and event occurrences are a regular feature. Traditional practices are also undertaken including dances and processions as well as shows depicting ancient tales with shadow-casting, narration or puppetry. With a string of islands on the Indian Ocean, the clean blue shores are extensive with open endless horizons only to be accompanied by rock formations. Thailand's modern hallmarks making their brand on Asia's commercial front include Pattaya, Phuket and the capital city, Bangkok. Scenic islands hosting international resorts include Koh Samui Island, Phi Phi Islands and the Ko Pha Ngan Island. With a naturally set environment and a rich culture, Thailand is home to its own signature series of beauty treatments, massages and relaxation therapies. The chief highlight among the wildlife having a habitat within Thailand's domains is the Asian Elephant, which would mostly be found tamed for conducting rides under trainers and keepers. Thailand houses two national parks, the Tarutao Marine and the Ko Surin. Water sports are a common aspect in all of the Islands and their surrounding waters.
Essential tips to remember before visiting Thailand:
Thinking of vacationing in the majestic and the ever-gorgeous islands of Thailand? Whether you're thinking of spending your holidays in the secluded islands of this fantastic country or touring the main cities of country itself, there are certain guidelines and tips that you should definitely be aware of. No, nothing to worry about. These are just some of the basic travel tips for travelling to Thailand.
Your safety concern:
When it comes to safety, you need not worry because Thailand is one of the safest countries that you'll find. But like in any other country, you would need to take care of certain things and not be a bit on the careless side. Travelling to the southern parts of Thailand is not recommended. The usual tourist hot shot destinations are totally safe to travel.
Your health concern:
Don’t fret when trying out the local street food in Thailand. So don’t miss out an opportunity to indulge in a true taste of the amazing Thailand because of your hygiene concerns because there is nothing like experiencing Thai food made by the locals themselves. Feel free to also try out the fruit juices, fruit shakes, coffee, tea and herbal drinks being sold by the street stalls. But just to be on the safe side and adopting one of the usual careful tourist habits, you might want to drink bottled water rather than tap water. This is just to be on the safe side and to avoid you falling sick and ruining your entire vacation.You might also want to include a mosquito repellent, and your first aid essentials, in your backpack. You'll be surprised at how handy these things will be throughout your trip.
The tourist scams:
Like in any other country, many of the tourist hot shot spots have tourist traps that you need to be wary about. You might find many street sellers that you’d think are giving you a great deal but would be ripping you off.
Essentials that you should include in your luggage:
Thailand remains warm and sunny throughout most of the year except parts of northern Thailand that may get chilly during the winter months. So stocking up on light-weight clothing should be your priority. If you’re planning on heading to the exotic islands of this amazing country or even if you’re planning on spending most of your time on the country's mesmerizing beaches, then make sure you pack up your sunblock. While bagging your flip flops is a must for some beach action, you might also want to pack your sneakers or comfy boots to indulge in some real summer action. Other must haves include a travel adapter, umbrella, and some warm clothing as well in case you're touring Thailand in the winter months.
Be wary of making new connections:
It's a good idea not to accept drinks from others as you may wake up the next morning with all your travel documents and luggage gone. Party hard but be on the safe side when it comes to taking girls back home.
By Z A Chahal
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