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We organise your travels and your holiday in Thailand with you, via the web guide we offer the services of tour operators, tour guides and travel agencies in Thailand. We also offer travel packages, these services include booking international flights, hotels, private tours, private minivan transfers from hotels and airports, all to any of the best locations including Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui, Pattaya, Chiang Mai,the new and up and coming islands of Khao sok and khao lak and many more.
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The hotels offered on ThailandiaWeb have all been personally visited and selected by us are available to our customers at specialised lower prices, that are guaranteed to match or beat prices offered elsewhere on the InternetOur goal is to find the BEST RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN QUALITY AND VALUE FOR MONEY FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS IN THE LAND OF SMILES. The prices of hotels in Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket and Koh Samui and Chiang Mai are up to 10% less than the price usually charged, thanks to our company contract agreements. BANGKOK HOTEL, Hotel Phuket, Koh Samui, Pattaya Hotels, Chiang Mai HOTELShotels in Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui, Pattaya and Chiang Mai have been personally visited by us and are included in the travel guide of hotels. hotel guide also lists hotels that we have visited and expressly do not recommend due to their poor service and poor quality. Direct presence in Thailand gives us direct contact with the hotels, tour guides and private services, allowing us to offer an in-
TOP LOCATION THAILAND: BANGKOK , THE CAPITAL CITY .
THAILAND: THE OPEN AND MODERN COUNTRY . Thailand is a modern country that has embraced strong Japanese and Western cultural influences, and is certainly not a country defined as closed or extremist. Indeed the hospitality typical of the Thai people has enabled a mix of different cultures. As a country Thailand has experienced continuous growth and development, one of the reasons for this continuous development is import of international technologies from the United States, Europe, Japan and now also China. Suffice to say that the majority of the upper class in Thailand are composed of half Thai, half Chinese people. This is because many years ago Chinese people emigrated to Thailand to escape the Japanese armies in the Second World War, and the misery and poverty communism. Chinese in Thailand have been and still are very successful workers because of their seriousness, pertinacity and total dedication to their work. Which has seen them achieve their goals (such as opening a chain of gold shops), and has enabled them to become some of the richest people in Thailand.
THAILAND AND IT'S RELIGION: BUDDHISM. About 95% of Thai people are Buddhist. believe in karma and future reincarnations, which they believe lead people to live with greater serenity, natural justice and a more complete sense of life. important Buddhist figure is Monaco, a counsellor, visionary and friend, who listened to the problems of people and tries to direct them towards the choice that gives greater peace of mind. There are no moral judgments on the part of Monaco, instead he called upon people to make value judgments about their actions.
THAILAND AND ITS SMILES. Thailand is commonly known as "The Land of Smiles". Thais have a simple lifestyle and their smile and hospitality is undoubtedly a large part of their culture. Indeed Thai people pride themselves on being warm and open, and rarely say no to people.
THAILAND: CLASSES . In Thailand, the difference between the social classes is very much felt. example, Thais greet one another with a customary bow or "wai", by holding their palms together and bending their head slightly. Thais hold their hands up higher in front of them according to the social rank of the person they are greeting, therefore when greeting someone from a higher social class, Thais place their hands in front of their face as a recognised sign of respect. And it is very rare for people to argue with those of a higher social class. However despite this people of higher social classes usually never abuse this power, and are humble and expected to behave with respect and decorum. white skin complexion in Thailand is associated with the higher social class while the more dark skin are considered to belong to classes of manual labour workers or peasants. This is the biggest reason that the Thais do not want to sunbath or catch the sun in an effort to keep their skin as white as possible.
THAILAND: A feudal bureaucracy. Thailand's economy is progressively growing and the country has become one of the more richer countries in Southeast Asia. The infrastructure, management and economic organisation of the country are becoming cutting edge, yet from a bureaucratic point of view Thailand is still considered to be a feudal country. It is a country which produces a huge propaganda for the monarchy, especially on behalf of the King (who is beloved by the Thai people). it is a punishable offence to insult or express dissent against the monarchy (which historically has helped the country to grow and approach the western capitalism, thus escaping 'the miseries of various kinds of Marxist communism that dominated for many decades, almost all of Asia).
The feudal system dictates that the central government is supported by a very strong army, and the police are distributed and managed locally by the various "feudal lords". And something similar can still be seen in Thailand today, indeed in different areas and province's of Thailand the applications of the Thai law will vary depending on who exercise their powers in that area.means premises will have different closing times in different cities and towns. For example, many locals shops and clubs in Bangkok will remain open until 2 am while others (very few) until 5 am. While in Phuket the closure of most premises will be between 3 or 4 in the morning depending on how the local governor prefers to manage the land. Even though the Thai law does provide a set closure time to different licensed premises (like clubs and restaurants) that should be abided by all of Thailand. For the remaining time that these premises stay open they often have to pay extra to the local police, on a weekly or monthly basis. However it should be stressed that such compensation has absolutely nothing to do with extortion, but is a modest entity that allows police to better monitor and enforce each individual territory.
THAILAND: THE COUNTRY OF THE OPPOSITE. Thailand is also called the country of opposites. For example, revolutions are usually the poor against the rich, but in Thailand's history the rich have often rebelled against the government if it was elected by the poor
THAILAND AND THE LAW OF THE EXCHANGE. .In Thailand the law of exchange and barter is common. Even rich Thais exchange on personal relationships such as an annuity, a house, or a car in exchange for the loyalty of a beautiful young mistress. Many married men have a wife ("miear" in Thai) and a 'over ("miear noi", which literally translates to "little wife").
BANGKOK, The "Unparalleled Lightness of Being"
Bangkok chaos, confusion, street stalls and mega malls. You can move from dirt roads and street restaurants to luxury spa's, fashion boutiques and five star skyscraper hotels. These all combine to make it a frivolous and cosmopolitan city, teaming with people from all over the world and offering infinite promise. In Bangkok, everything seems simple and other times completely impossible: it is easy to get lost in its many promises and dreams; it is easy to hate it for its super busy traffic or pollution, yet its easy to fall in love with its worldly and often outrageous pulse. The key to Bangkok's allure lies in its ability to embrace western modernity, while retaining its mysterious and enchanting cultural heritage. This inspiring mix of the modern and the traditional have seen Bangkok become the second largest city destination for tourists, beaten only by London (Euromonitor: 2006).
If the unique bustle of fast paced city life does not capture your heart, the ancient culture of Bangkok certainly will. Enjoy a tranquil boat trip on the Chaoprayah River, and visit Thailand's previous capital of Ayuttaya, with its breath-
PHUKET AND ITS STORIES OF ORDINARY MADNESS.
Phuket is Thailand's main seaside tourist destination, and also its largest. It continues to grow each year and is vastly becoming the Miami of Asia.
In Phuket there are now amazing shopping malls, events, and tourist neighbourhoods to suit every taste and every pocket. once sat as Phuket Town within the island, now sprawls over the landscape as Phuket City, and is inhabited by those looking for both work and play. On the coasts of Phuket beaches are endless, and many beauty spots remain known only to locals. The most famous beaches in Phuket are: Patong beach, Kata beach, Karon and Kamala Beach, Surin Beach, Chalong Bay and Rawai. Beach is undoubtedly the main tourist district of Phuket. It is known for its bars and restaurants, boutiques and street markets, but also for its social life and libertine conversation. While Patong beach is a destination that holds great allure to families and couples, and a place where you will never run the risk of getting bored during your holiday. The main rule of Patong is to have fun and eat well. Of Phukets's most beautiful beaches are to be found on the island of Strove near Patong, as well Patong Kata Beach, Surin Beach, Kamala Beach and Karon. Kata Beach is a developed tourist area and offers many services, meaning there is never a shortage of entertainment. While the beaches of Karon and Kamala are some of the most peaceful and relaxing beaches on the island. At Surin you can enjoy a quiet, relaxing atmosphere made up of cafes, small fashion boutiques, and restaurants on the beach resorts. In Chalong however you can exchange the bustle of Patong and its nightlife, for the beautiful and scenic Rawai Beach, where you can savour the taste of fish freshly caught and cooked by the local fishermen.
KOH SAMUI , PARADISE THAILAND .
Koh Samui is the third largest island in Thailand after Phuket and Koh Chang. To arrive at Koh Samui from Bangkok, you can either go by bus and ferry or by domestic flight. Today, flights to Koh Samui are one of the most adored flights among the domestic route in Thailand, because Bangkok Airways personally designed and built its beautiful airport. And it is now known as one of the smallest and most charming airports in the world. Thai Airways also offer their own flights to Koh Samui with high quality service and comfort, and together with Bangkok Airways they fly with the Thai flag. Difference between Koh Samui and Phuket is the accommodation, as Koh Samui still has many typical beach bungalows rather than resorts.Koh Samui has beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise sea, but in many areas of the island and in a few months of the year there is low tide.The most famous tourist areas in Koh Samui are Chaweng and Chaweng Noi, followed immediately after by the tourist district of Lamai. Chaweng has stunning clear blue seas and offers the island's best tourist resorts and hotels. Chaweng Noi is one of the most popular areas on the island because its beaches do not ever suffer low tides. While another popular beach is Buddha beach, which although known for its admirable beach scene is sometimes disturbed by the noise of planes coming and going from the airport. Koh Samui is rich in tourist areas, it also has its areas dedicated to a stay of total relaxation such as those in Maret area. Where you can find the famous Sandalwood Villa Resort, ranked as one of the 20 best resorts in the world.the end, Koh Samui still manages to keep its magical atmosphere of an exotic island without falling into the typical confusion of an island with a disproportionate and uncontrolled growth. Koh Samui is able to maintain its size and substance, and still offer the tourist accommodation, built in harmony with the environment.you visit Koh Samui it is also highly recommended that you do not miss the day trip to the picturesque scenes of Ang Thong National Park; we also recommend you visit the nearby islands of Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and Koh Nang Yuan (the latter a private island you have to pay for land on) that are full of traditional and cultural beauty.
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