It is true that you cannot go skiing or snowboarding in Thailand, though there is a nice Ice skating rink in Bangkok, but it is for this reason why people from cold climates trooped to Thailand, especially if its winter at home. Known as ‘The Golden Land,’ Thailand is a treasure trove of activities including trekking, kayaking, hiking, camping, riding elephants, swimming in crystal pools near waterfalls, bicycling, and a whole lot more.
Thailand is also known as a food paradise with a colorful and eclectic mix of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy fresh ingredients. Visit the night market and watch as vendors whip up snacks in no time at all. Aside from the irresistible food culture, there are beaches galore! You can laze on enticing strand of white sand and topaz waters, or take a boat trip around the islands to find a secluded spot. You can also pamper yourself time and time again with Thai massages, or go for tropical face treatments, or a crushed coconut and orange body polish.
Thailand is modern, but it has lost very little of its cultural heritage. Cultural immersion is one of the reasons why people from all over the world visit the place. Thai people are very gracious and very welcoming, and they always wear a smile that will surely brighten up your day. There is no best season to visit Thailand, whether off-peak or peak season, flights to Thailand from London are relatively cheap compared to other destinations and the benefits of a holiday outweighs all other considerations.