FAQ on Thailand
Thailand at a Glance: You will find mountains and lush green forests in the north of the country and beautiful islands in the south. Chiang Mai is the largest city in the north and a cultural center, while the capital city, Bangkok, is where most international flights will land.
1What are the Most popular places to visit in Thailand?
Bangkok: Thailand's capital city is a busy metropolis with tons!
Chiang Mai: This city in northern Thailand is the cultural center of the country and is known for its amazing cuisine.
Thai Islands: Take your pick between Party Islands, Yoga Gateway, scuba hotspots, built up resorts and laid-back beach. There is truly an island for every type of traveler. Tip: Before traveling to the Andaman coast or bay, do some research about the weather at the time you will travel, as they have almost weather patterns.
2 What is the Currency in Thailand?
Thai Baht | 2018 conversion rate: 100
THB = $ 3 USD
3 How to tip in Thailand?
Unless you are somewhere fancy, tipping is not expected. However, in a restaurant it is normal to leave loose changes or round, and gestures are appreciated. It is also customary to leave a small tip after the massage.
4 Religion and Culture In Thailand.
Buddhism is the official religion of the country, and you will find temples and shrines all over the country. When visiting religious sites, cover your shoulders and feet above the knees.
5 How is the Transportation around Thailand?
Getting around Thailand is easy and cheap. Domestic fights are actually very cheap and are the most convenient way to reach across the country if you are short on time. Getting to the pier is the best way to get between the islands, and a mini-bus (or 15-passenger van) is a good way to travel short distances.
6 What are the seasons in thailand?
Tropical with 3 different seasons. Although there is a "rain season", rain is possible at any time of the year, so it is best to prepare it. Warm season: March to May Cold season: November to February Rainy season: June to October
7 When is the peak season?
for tourists is usually from November to February, so it will be the busiest and most expensive time to travel. Times to avoid traveling in Thailand Chiang Mai: If possible, avoid coming in early April from mid-February. This is the "burning season" and the air quality can be quite poor. Andaman Sagar (Krabi, Phi Phi, Phuket, Koh Lanta): The rainy season is from May to October. Gulf Islands (Koh Tao, Koh Chang, Phang Naga Samui): October and November show the highest rainfall