Thailand Top Ten Travel Ideas
Ideas for working with your Thailand Custom Tour Planner
1 – Tour the glittering royal palaces.
2 – Take an elephant safari.
3 – Wander through Ayutthaya.
4 – Stay with hill tribes of the North.
5 – Watch the Royal Barge Procession down the Chao Phraya River.
6 – Laze on Phuket’s beaches.
7 – Find local textiles in Chiang Mai.
8 – Eat at a street stall in Bangkok.
9 – Hideaway on Phi Phi Island.
10 – Enjoy traditional Thai spa services.
Thailand Custom Travel Planners
Try one of these Thailand custom travel planners to create the trip of your dreams.
Conde Nast Thailand Travel Experts
Travel & Leisure A-List
Wendy Perrin’s WOW List
Read Sandy’s Chiang Mai Insider’s Guide.
Additional Thailand Custom Travel Planner Ideas
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Thailand Tourism Website Information
Under the “Real Experiences” section you’ll find Insider’s tips, photos, videos and first-person travel stories. While a little difficult to navigate, there is a lot of information here. I never could find out about the elephant rides, though. So perhaps a Thailand Custom Travel Planner will help you to optimize your travel planning choices.
From the website:
“Thai culture features a number of performing arts including Thai dance, drama, and sport, all of which have a number of intriguing variations. Variety shows that feature a number of different theatrical arts are common in Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Phuket, and Pattaya. There are also venues that feature Thai culture shows that specialize in particular arts.
Perhaps the most popular among visitors is classical Thai dance, which is typically accompanied by live classical Thai music. Thai dance performances in Chiang Mai, which are typically arranged in conjunction with a dinner of traditional Thai food, also feature dances from various hill tribes living in Thailand. Thai theatre includes performances by masked dancers as well as puppet shows, either performed by similarly masked dancers, or from behind a curtain using the shadows of the puppets to recount tales from Hindu and Buddhist lore.”