Thailand is Asia’s primary travel destination and offers a host of places to visit. Yet despite this vast influx of visitors, Thailand’s humble cultural integrity remains largely undamaged – a country that adroitly avoided colonization has been able to absorb Western influences while maintaining its own rich and beautiful heritage. Though the high-rises and neon lights occupy the foreground of the tourist picture, the typical Thai community is still the farming village, and you need not venture too far to encounter a more traditional scene of fishing communities, rubber plantations and Buddhist temples. Thailand is an ideal place for a tropical beach honeymoon with the perfect balance of city life too.
- The currency used is Thai Baht but US dollars are also accepted.
- Airlines flying to Bangkok include Turkish air, Egyptair, Etihad and Emirates.
- Your backpack should always include sun block- the sunburn can be harsher than you think.
Hotels & Resorts
Celebrate the colours and rhythms of modern Asia with Amari. One of Thailand’s largest locally owned hotel and resort groups, with a network of properties in desirable beach, rural and city destinations across Thailand. Amari has introduced travellers from all corners of the world to the warmth of Asian hospitality for nearly four decades.
Complementing convenience with style, Arnoma Hotel Bangkok affords a welcoming sense of space and a graceful interior décor of understated elegance. Throughout the stay, guests will appreciate impeccable service and the warmth, attentive hospitality that is traditionally Thai.
Centara Hotels & Resorts has become the leading hotel chain in Thailand offering idyllic locations, international standards, and gracious Thai hospitality, operating and managing hotels and resorts domestically in Thailand.
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