My life slogan has always been this: “I live to journey”. Even lesser are the places whose memories are etched in my mind for life. Of the uncommon few, Siam is unquestionably one. But at other occasions, I think it’s one of the places that provide the best value for money.
Bangkok, as the capital of Siam, guarantees lots of excitement and surprises. Being a bigger city it really is, you’ll be able to expect a city that is a lot more exciting than all other cities in the country. The list of attraction is never-ending and the Bangkok food street market is only one of them. I am especially impressed with the Chatuchak weekend market. You’ll find almost any culinary delights found in some other parts of Siam and also the beautiful handicrafts which are so uniquely Siam. Subsequently there is the Tuk Tuk experience that’s unlike any other.
Chiang Mai is one place in Thailand that promises to differ from your other parts of Thailand. Most of the nation’s tourism areas are lying along the coastal line which essentially means they are shore destination. On the Other-hand, Chiang Mai has a much more agreeable and cooling weather through the year which is due to the fact that it lies in fairly high elevation. It’s also occur to be fairly near the border separating Siam with its norther neighbors, specifically Laos and Cambodia. Besides the city’s famous night market, you should truly spend time seeing the border also.
It covers such places as Krabi and Koh Samui and they are definitely places that you must not miss when you are planning your travel itinerary to the state. What makes me astonished is the still pristine beaches you are able to see in these areas despite the significant tourism existence which normally have resulted in over-commercialisation. There’s scarcely any such place anymore today. But remember to assess the monsoon calendar when you plan to see these areas as several of the attractions are closed during the monsoon season.