I’ve a few slogan in life and one of these is “I reside to travel”. Even more uncommon is the locations that leave me a lifelong memory. Of the unusual few, Siam is unquestionably one of these. But as far as my expertise goes, all has been nicely and I will scarcely think of some other place that can provide the sort of worth for the cash like what Thailand has to offer.


Apart from Bangkok, Phuket is most likely the most well known destination in Thailand. Geographically located at the outermost expanse of the peninsula, the coastal line of Phuket is among the best in the world. But it is probably the catastrophic Tsunami that happened in 2006 that brought Phuket to the world period. I have gone to Phuket several instances but luckily, I wasn’t there when the Tsunami hit. In my experience, what I recall the most about Phuket is the shore massage that I had there. The experience of watching the sun vanishing slowly from your own horizon as you love a comforting Thai massage is really one sort of its own.

Chiang Mai is one area in Thailand that guarantees to be different from your other areas of Siam. Most of the country’s tourism areas are lying along the coastal line which essentially means they are seashore destination. On the other hand, Chiang Mai has a considerably more agreeable and cooling weather throughout the year which is a result of how it lies in fairly high elevation. The other unique point is its geographical spot which lies at the heart of one of the world’s most fearsome edge referred to as the Golden Triangle. Apart from the city’s famous night market, you should definitely spend some time seeing the border too.

It covers such areas as Krabi and Koh Samui and they are definitely places that you should not miss when you’re planning your vacation itinerary to the nation. What leaves me surprised is the nevertheless immaculate shores you can find in these areas despite the significant tourism presence which generally have resulted in over-commercialisation. There is scarcely any such area anymore these days. Do not forget to check the calendar to ensure that the time of your visit does not coincide with the monsoon period when you’d find many attractions to be shut.