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Pack Name:Thailand

Category:International

Subcategory:SOUTH-EAST ASIA

Price:39900

Travelling to Thailand is a breeze, as the country has a tourist friendly policy as well as a vast network of infrastructure and hotels that cater to a diverse array of business and leisure travellers. But before planning your next trip to Thailand, its good to know all the essential information about the country, such as when is the best time to go, what to bring, getting around, cultural etiquettes, numbers to call in case of emergencies and all the facts that will help make your journey as pleasant as it can be. Thailand is relatively hot all year round, although officially it has three main seasons. In Summer (March to June), temperatures can soar above 40 degrees, particularly in the northeast and Bangkok. Thai New Year, or Songkran, falls in April, the hottest month. To relieve themselves from the heat, Thais throw water at each other during the three day Songkran festival. The rainy season (July to October) brings lots of downpours and heavy rainfall, usually in the late afternoons or early mornings. Temperatures are moderately high, but it can feel very uncomfortable due to high humidity level. The most welcomed season is the cool season (November to February), which brings a relatively dry and pleasant climate. Temperatures rarely rise above 35 degrees during the day.

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I am Raja Meshram, your tour director for your next tour. I have been working as a guide for the last thirty years with Domestic and International groups around the most important places in World. This blog is for me, but sharing it with you, it is also for you, so you can find useful information for your next tour. This is my wish.