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Phi Phi Islands, Thailand || Photo by Evan Krause on Unsplash

Before we make a plan for international trip, we need to know about our destination. I searched everywhere on the internet and didn’t find any single article containing almost all the important information for travelers. That’s why I started to write articles where you will get almost all the important info that you will need to know before traveling.

In this article, I will share all the important information about the Thailand trip. Please support us by sharing the post, Following us on social media, and sharing your experience via comment or email.


Thailand is a Southeast Asian country known for its tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins, and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. Bangkok is the capital of Thailand.

The area is about 513,120 km2, with a population of over 66 million people. Maximum is Buddhist (93.5%) and others are Muslim (5.4%), Christian (1.13%), Hindu (0.02%). Although Thailand has a development success story, it is still in the category of a developing nation. Currency is Baht (฿) ($1= ฿ 32.90).


Getting a Thailand tourist visa is not that hard. You can get a visa for $35 with 3-month validity. Visit iVisa to know all information about visas or visit directly to the Thailand embassy website.

You can apply for visa from here: Apply for visa

Best time to visit Thailand

A beach in Ko Lan, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand
Photo by Leslie Joseph on Unsplash || Ko Lan, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand

November and April is the best time to visit in Thailand when temperatures range from 84°F to 97°F. This is the cool and dry season.

The rainy season in Thailand typically takes place from July to October. December is the coolest month of the year. January and April are known as the burning season in Thailand. At this time, Thailand’s air quality often reaches dangerous levels. Try to avoid visiting during this time.

Pick season is January, November, and December, and the cheapest month in Thailand is September.


Transportation in Thailand
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There have various types of transport in Thailand. Bus, Taxi, Bike, Boat, Ferries, Train, Cruise, tuk-tuks, etc.

In short distance use Taxi ($1-$3) instead of tuk-tuks ($4-$6). Also, you can use public transport($.5-$2). You can book a car for $45.59 (100 KM) from GetTransfer. But I prefer


Resort in Ao Nang, Thailand
Photo by Sara Dubler on Unsplash || Ao Nang, Thailand

Accommodation is also cheap in Thailand. If you are a budget traveler, I suggest you not book online. You can get a single room only for $2-$6 on direct booking. But if you want a 3 to 5-star hotel, then you can book online from or

But, If you want to book online and still want the lowest rate? Here is some cheapest hotels list. From $3-$7.

Values of products and Services

Thailand is not that cheap, but it depends on your lifestyle. Here I will provide average prices. You need to spend $9 on accommodation, $15 on food, For $5 you can travel 20KM by Taxi (Use the bus to save money).

Important Things to Know

Thailand is really a beautiful place, especially for solo travelers. If you are traveling with your family, I suggest you avoid Bangkok. Cause there are someplace where you can’t visit with your family. While visiting Thailand, you need to know some important things for safe travel. First read this article: 50 things to keep in mind before going to travel.

Damnoen floating market, tha nat, damnoen saduak district, ratchaburi, thailand
Photo by Marek Okon on Unsplash || Damnoen floating market, tha nat, damnoen Saduak district, Ratchaburi, Thailand
  1. Respect their religion to avoid problems and don’t disrespect Buddha.
  2. Pack clothes accordingly to their temple rules. Don’t visit the temple in shorts and shoes. Wear long pants, a long skirt, or a t-shirt to cover up your elbows and knees when visiting temples.
  3. Don’t say any negative words about their king.
  4. Pack Bug spray, Toilet paper, Sunscreen, and Hand sanitizer.
  5. Keep distance from animals. Street dogs will not bite you. When they bark at you, don’t run. If you run, they will think you are a thief or dangerous person. So, Behave like you are a good person. If you have food, don’t try to feed them with your own hand. Just throw. Also, You get help from locals to pass them.
  6. Learn some Thai language for survival.
  7. If you want to visit any spots and the taxi driver says that the spot is close and suggests another place, then don’t listen to him. Thanks, him and ask another driver. He will earn a commission from the spots he suggested.
  8. On the beach, the fee for a massage and foot massage is around 300 baht or $9 for an hour. But, it is more expensive in a 5-star hotel.
  9. In some temples, won’t allow photography. So, ask before taking photos. Also, If you want to take photos of locals or monks, always ask first to avoid trouble.
  10. Smoking is banned in Thailand especially on beaches, offices, public places, hospitals, attractions, and some other places. I recommend you not to smoke everywhere. Breaking this law causes a fine of 100,000 THB or a year in prison or both.

Some Tips

  1. Thailand’s mangoes are the most delicious in the world.
  2. Take tuk-tuks during the day and taxis at night. Taxis are more comfortable and cheaper, but tuk-tuks give you a better view.
  3. Try local foods for a unique taste.
  4. Use public transport to save money.
  5. Don’t always book online. Direct booking is the cheaper way in Thailand.
  6. Keep a smile on your face while talking with others.
  7. You can visit temples for free.
  8. Avoid touristy areas to save money and enjoy the full view.
  9. Never eat near touristy spots.
  10. For adventure lovers: Visit Chiang Mai and go for mountain biking.

Best things to Do in Thailand

There have many things to do in Thailand. Here, I collected some best spots and activities that you must need to do while visiting Thailand.

A boy is Surfing in Thailand
Photo by Thomas Ashlock on Unsplash
  1. Visit the Grand Palace
  2. Have a Thai massage
  3. Enjoy an ethical elephant experience
  4. Hop through some of the world’s prettiest islands
  5. Visit the Damnoen Saduak floating market
  6. Climb the Sathorn unique tower
  7. Meet the hill tribes of northern Thailand
  8. Take a trip to Koh Phi Phi
  9. Visit Phang Nga Bay
  10. Go off-the-beaten-track in Chiang Mai
  11. Eat street food
  12. Visit Khao Yai national park
  13. Watch a Muay Thai fight
  14. Go for diving
  15. Visit Chiang Mai night bazaar
  16. Stay in an over water Bungalow
  17. Drink a Thai iced coffee
  18. Visit Railay Beach
  19. Go diving off the coast of Koh Lanta
  20. Take a trip to the city of Ayutthaya
  21. Take the Thai-Burma railway

Book Best Packages for Thailand Trip

If you don’t want to take risks and complete everything by own, then I have a better option for you. You can search from the search box below and select the best tour package for you. There have some benefits to booking a package trip.

Firstly, You don’t need to worry about Accommodations, Meals, Transportations, Attractions Tickets. The tour operator will complete everything. Secondly, You will have a guide who will help you with any problem. Thirdly, You can find an opportunity to meet various types of people.

30 Top-Rated Tourist Spots in Thailand

All spots are shorted by ratings from 1,000+ to almost 50,000. When you make plan to visit Thailand you can add some spots from here in your list.

A boat in Phang nga bay, Thailand
Photo by Yap Chin Kuan on Unsplash || Phang Nga Bay, Thailand
  1. Railay Beach
  2. Koh Phi Phi
  3. Phang Nga Bay
  4. The Grand Palace, Bangkok
  5. Northern Hill Tribes
  6. Sunday Walking Street, Chiang Mai
  7. Similan Islands
  8. Mu Ko Chang National Park
  9. Ko Nang Yuan
  10. Pai
  11. Wild Elephants at Khao Yai National Park
  12. Ko Lipe
  13. Sukhothai Historical Park
  14. Full Moon Party at Haad Rin
  15. Historic City of Ayutthaya
  16. Phanom Rung
  17. Thai-Burma Railway Death Railway
  18. Beaches of Koh Samui
  19. Doi Suthep
  20. Wat Arun
  21. Floating Markets
  22. Climbing at Tonsai Beach
  23. Kanchanaburi Bridge
  24. Waterfalls at Erawan National Park
  25. Chatuchak Weekend Market
  26. Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
  27. Mu Ko Ang Thong
  28. Khao Sok National Park
  29. Ao Nang
  30. Hua Hin Beach

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