I've a few motto in life and one of these is "I stay to journey". There's barely any of them that I'll
remember for a lifetime. Of the rare few, Siam is definitely one of them. But during peaceful times, I think there's barely some other place in the world that can provide you with a much better
run for your own money.
Apart from Bangkok, Phuket is probably the most wellknown destination in Siam. Geographically situated at the outer most expanse of the peninsula, the coastal line of Phuket is among the best on the planet. But it is likely the catastrophic Tsunami that happened in 2006 that introduced Phuket to the globe period. I've been to a few times but fortunately, I wasn't there when the Tsunami hit. If you ask me, what I remember the most about Phuket is the seashore massage that I had there. I can't think of much better place to have massage than placing on the shore as you watch the sunlight comes down slowly in your horizon.
One city that gives visitors quite an alternate sort of experience is Chiang Mai. Most of the country's
tourism places are lying along the coastal line which basically means they are shore destination. On the other hand, Chiang Mai has a considerably more pleasant and cooling weather through the
year which is a result of the fact that it lies in fairly high elevation. It is additionally occur to be quite near the boundary separating Thailand with its norther neighbors, specifically Laos
and Cambodia. Apart from the city's famed night market, you should truly spend a while visiting the border also.
It addresses such places as and Koh Samui and they are definitely areas you should not miss if you are planning your travel itinerary to the country. What leaves me surprised is the nevertheless pristine beaches you are able to see in these areas despite the significant tourism existence which generally have led to over-commercialization. There is scarcely any such place anymore these days. Do not neglect to check the calendar to make sure that the time of your visit does not coincide with the monsoon season when you'd discover many sights to be closed.