Tours in Thailand

Талинг Нгам, Самуи

Thailand – the land of a thousand smiles! It's not just words. As soon as you first descend from the aircraft, landed in Thailand, you'll immediately feel it. Perhaps the Thais are the friendliest people on the planet.

The modern name Thailand translates as "land of the Free", and it is no accident that Thailand was the only Eastern country, not knowing "colonial slavery" in England or France, which was stimulated by the friendship of the Russian Emperor Alexios and the Thai king Rama V. this is why the Day of birth of any Siamese Emperor (especially Rama V) is celebrated here on a Grand scale.

For most foreign travelers, Thailand has long been a kind of starting point of exploring South East Asia, and for many it has remained a place of first love with traveling.

Among Russian tourists in recent years, Thailand has seriously gained popularity and became one of the most visited destinations. Increasingly, the streets of the resort towns of Thailand to hear Russian spoken from the lips of Thais, to see signs in Russian language on the streets, in shops, hotels and restaurants, and in some places you can even change the Russian roubles to baht. And the legendary and world famous resort town of Pattaya, the local and foreign tourists began jokingly called "Pettigrew" because of the huge number of Russian tourists.

Find and book a tour to Thailand online at the prices of tour operators at no extra charge you can using the suggested search form. Well, more information about Thailand and its resorts you can get from our site.

Comments / recent posts on the topic on the forum
Mechtateli 5 January, 2019
eww... don't like jellyfish... ...
Mechtateli 5 January, 2019
nice to live not forbid ... ...
admin January 6, 2019

Hmm, and for whom the main thing? ...
Ssklyar 9 January, 2019
The ideal time to visit is definitely popular in Asian countries. If the flight was cheaper than all the beauty was. ...
admin 10 January, 2019

Well, it depends how to be able to travel. For me it does not seem expensive. ...
admin 10 January, 2019

If there are no concrete plans to Bangkok, my choice is always to stay near a metro station Ratchaprarop. There are many budget hotels near Indra square, Baiyoke, a little further, you can also walk to Central Worldm Big-C. And in the morning walk or a taxi to the airport subway (https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/bangkok-metro#arl) and to the airport immediately. ...
admin 11 January, 2019

Yes you are right, the bus. I contacted a friend from Kanchanaburi, here is the schedule - 09:00, 13:00, 17:30, true on the photo, it how much it on a simple piece of paper is written, and in General the display schedule, it is not. How many of Pattaya goes, I don't know. ...
admin 29 January, 2019

Hello! I don't think you will find the website with the actual current schedule of buses in this area, at least I have not found. Probably will have to find in the Internet the schedule of reviews and reports. And maybe even there is no direct bus. ...
admin February 2, 2019

Hello! In theory maybe, in practice problems can arise. How lucky can refuse or start to sweat you about that. you're not a tourist but an illegal worker in Thailand. IMHO, I did not venture, but several days of fun held in the neighboring country. ...
admin February 15, 2019

Hello! So look, both temples are in the same place just on different sides of the river, so more will write how to get to the Reclining Buddha, and Aruna from it you can cross on a ferry for 3 baht. Here is pierce on the map, where there is a ferry, as you can see he very near the temple of the reclining Buddha. To get to Wat Arun on the ground - a thankless task, unless by taxi.
Now, the Reclining Buddha on a taxi from the airport counter or Grab will take around 400 baht.
If you want economical, then hop on the airport Express S1 for 60 baht and drive to Khao San road (here in detail how and where it is sent - https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/bangkok-kak-dobratsa-iz-aeroporta-suvarnabhumi-do-khaosan-na-abtobuse). Go to the end, and then from her walk 25 minutes to the entrance of the temple. On the way pass by the Royal Palace. Well, or a taxi for 50 baht you can get there. ...

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