- Some of the more notable beaches can be found in areas such as Koh Phangan, Koh Samui, Khao Lak, Koh Phi Phi Don, Krabi, and Koh Lanta.
- Thailand is a Buddhist country and visitors must be prepared to remove their shoes to enter temples as a sign of respect.
- It is also very important to inform your clients of the appropriate dress code when entering Temples. Shoulders must be covered. Ladies should wear long pants or skirts especially when visiting the Grand Palace.
- In the hot destinations, pants that cover the knees are often acceptable. Couples should always confirm dress code with their tour company before proceeding on tour.
- The Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall is an interactive self-learning center with state-of-the-art multimedia technologies giving information on history, arts and culture of 18th and 19th century Bangkok.
- The Art of the Kingdom at the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall of Dusit Palace is another great exhibition space that houses many treasures of Thailand and the Royal Family.
- The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, located at the Grand Palace, collects and displays textiles, past and present, from Southeast Asia, South Asia, and East Asia, with a special emphasis on the textiles of, and related to, the royal court and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit.
Magnificent National Parks
Famous Night Markets
- Upscale favorites include Central World, Siam Paragon, Siam Discovery, The Emporium, Central Chitdlom and Central Embassy and Gaysorn Shopping Center. In these centers, couples will find glittering brand name favorites like Gucci, Hermes, Prada and more.
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For something extra special, let your clients know about the many fun festivals that are held year-round throughout Thailand. It shouldn’t be difficult to align their trip with one of these events, as there is at least one festival per month in the Kingdom. From religious and spiritual events to performing arts and food festivals, as well as sports and recreation tournaments, they owe it to themselves to be a part of one of these occasions - and your clients will appreciate the time you took to plan this special moment for them. Here are a few to get you started:
New Year’s Day: To greet the New Year, a range of uniquely Thai traditional and cultural festivities are held in various parts of the country. New Year’s eve along the Chao Phraya river is also a spectacular highlight. The fireworks display is very elaborate and the lighting of the Temple of Dawn to mark the countdown of the New Year is a recently added attraction in Bangkok.
Chinese New Year Festival in Bangkok: Thailand’s vast Chinese community rings in the New Year with colorful dragon processions, line dancing, local Chinese cultural performances and Chinese opera and fireworks.
On April 13th Thailand celebrates Thai New Year - Songkran Day: The biggest party of the year marks the beginning of a new year by splashing water to symbolize good luck, health and prosperity through the coming year Chiang Mai and Bangkok are two of the most popular places to celebrate.