The mystic and magic of Thailand (previously known as Siam) remains part of this country’s aura ever since the dawn of civilization in Asia. This amazing place also inspired the Rodger and Hammerstein’s King and I classic musical. Today we are still drawn to this beautiful complex country with its many layers of culture. Thailand is called the golden land, not because there is precious metal buried underground but because the country gives off a certain luster. From the fertile rice fields of the central plains to the sandy beaches, visitors receive warmth and hospitality from its people.
Nomadicmatt one of the best travel resources since 2004 offers tips from destination guides to money saving tips.
Traveling with kids:
Y Travel Caz and Craig share their experience about preparing their trip to Thailand with kids.
Photos and Adventure tips:
travelthailandandbeyond gives travel tips packed with adventure stories and recommendations from Prisana Nuechterlein, a photojournalist, life’s experiences in Thailand. He’s lived on and off in Thailand since the days when Bangkok was the “Venice of the East.”
The Whole story:
thaitravelblog is the grand-daddy of Thailand travel blogs. Run by serial blogger Richard Barrow, as the name suggests it’s a collection of experiences taken from his travels as well as news and updates relating to tourism in Thailand.
- LonelyPlanet offers suggests for some of Thailand’s best ecotourism spots.
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