Top reasons you must visit Thailand once in your life

by Canada Travel & Tours -posted on Jul 14, 2019

Top reasons you must visit Thailand once in your life

Land of Smiles

Thailand is one of the most sought-after destinations in Southeast Asia. The country has a population of 68 million people who are well known for their friendly disposition, which has resulted in Thailand often being referred to as the ‘Land of Smiles’.

Safe and Secure

The country has been widely cited as a development success story with sustained strong growth and impressive poverty reduction. Thailand offers residence in a country that is safe and secure

Attractive Tax Regime

In Thailand, residents (those residing in the country for more than 180 days) are subject to tax only on income earned from sources within Thailand as well as on any portion of income from foreign sources that is remitted to Thailand in the same year in which it is earned. Therefore, Thailand’s tax regime is considered very beneficial, similar to that of Hong Kong and Singapore, for individuals who are resident in Thailand and do not generate significant income in the country.

Tour Activities in Thailand

  • Samui: 7-Hour 4WD Wild Jungle Safari Tour Including Lunch
  • Krabi: 4 Islands Day Trip by Speedboat Including Lunch Box
  • Chiang Mai: Authentic Thai Cooking Class and Farm Visit
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Maeklong Train Market Tour
  • Khao Sok: Full-Day Bamboo Rafting and Elephant Bathing
  • From Bangkok: Ayutthaya Day Tour by Bus & Boat
  • Chiang Mai: Elephant Care at Elephant Retirement Park
  • Phi Phi Islands Full-Day Speedboat Trip from Krabi
  • Khao Lak: Pahang Nga Bay & James Bond Island by Long tail Boat
  • Hour Dinner & Shows on the White Orchid River Cruise
  • Bangkok: 2-Hour Dinner Cruise on the Chao Phraya Princess
  • From Chiang Mai: White Temple & Golden Triangle Day Trip
  • Phuket: James Bond Island Tour by Big Boat & Sea Canoe

Things Not to Do in Thailand

Thailand is often called the “land of smiles”, and the Thai people are known to be some of the most welcoming and hospitable people in the world. However, that does not mean that you shouldn’t be versed in some of the local customs and proper etiquette before visiting. There are a number of things NOT to do in Thailand to avoid disrespecting the local culture. Read on to become an informed and sensitive traveler

Don’t Hug Monks

Monks are highly respected in Thailand and therefore it is forbidden to stand over or be positioned higher than a monk. Monks aren’t not even allowed to touch women. If a monk comes in contact with a woman, he often won’t even hand her something. Rather, he’ll place the item down for the woman to pick up for herself. Even on the bus monks are not allowed to sit directly next to a women. So, if you’re a female and see a seat open next to a monk, do not sit down and force him to stand. Men, however, are allowed to come in contact with monks, but most will still keep a respectful distance.

Avoid Public transport

Avoid Public transport such as Taxi and TUK TUK, always use professional company ,Guide, Airport Taxi is more recommendable to avoid any unpleasant event.