Thailand is located in south east Asia. Thailand is a land of exotic beauty, and amazing beaches.
There are four distinct parts to Thailand’s geography. There are mountains and forests in the north. Paddy field and farms are in the central part. The northeast contains the archaeological and anthropological heritage. The tropical islands are on the southern peninsula.
Thailand has a multitude of activities to entertain its visitors while they are there. If you like people, the people of Thailand are nice and very friendly. Many tourists enjoy interacting with the locals. For those of you that enjoy physical activities, there are many kinds of sport for all ages like scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, and water-skiing. If temples are your thing you will find that there are many temples around Thailand. And of course, there are the beautiful beaches to go to for tourists that just want to relax. If you like nightlife you can find many night clubs, restaurants, and bars that are filled with excitement. If you just want to sight see why not take a ride in a Tuk-Tuk, a three wheeled popular mode of transportation in Thailand.
Thailand is a place of commercial, industrial, and cultural activities where there is something everyone.
*What is the climate like*
The climate in Thailand can be summed up in three seasons-summers from February to May, a rainy season from June to October with plenty of sunshine, and the cold season from November to January. The temperatures vary from 32°F. to over 100°F.
*What languages are spoken*
Thai is the official language of Thailand, but Isan, Kam Mueang, and Pak Tai are also spoken.
*What are the best attractions*
Here is a short list of some of the most magnificent things to see in Thailand: Railay Beach, The Phi Phi Islands, The Grand Palace in Bangkok, Wat Po (a Buddhist temple complex in Bangkok), Wat Arun, Warorot Market, Pai canyon, and Khao Yai National Park.
*What is the favorite food of the locals*
Some of the best foods to try in Thailand include Jasmine rice, Guay Teow (Noodle Soup), Yam Pla Dook Foo (Fried Catfish with Green Mango Salad), Laab (Spicy Salad), Kaeng Som (Tangerine soup), Khao Na Pet (Roasted duck slices on rice), Gai Med Ma Muang (Stir-fried chicken with roasted cashew nuts), and Khao Neeo Mamuang (mango sticky rice).
*What currency do they use*
The currency of Thailand is the Baht.