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Unveiling a Mosaic of Experiences, where Pristine Beaches and Lively Cities Await

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Tourist Destinations

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Thailand Tour Packages

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Thailand: Land Of Smiles & Endless Adventures

Exploring The Rich Culture  & Exotic Landscapes

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FAQs on Thailand

1. What language is spoken in Thailand? The official language of Thailand is Thai.

2. Is English spoken throughout Thailand? While English is quite widely spoken throughout the country, especially in tourist areas, do not assume all individuals will be able to converse in English.

3. What currency is used in Thailand? The currency used throughout the country is Thai Baht. Mastercard and Visa are widely accepted at most hotels and tourist locations. ATMs are very common throughout the country.

4. Do I need a visa to travel to Thailand? A visa is not required when travelling with a Canadian or United States passport for travel up to 30 days.

5. Is Wi-Fi readily available? Internet access is good in most major areas of Thailand. Wi-Fi is available at most restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, and malls. Spotty areas exist in remote areas and villages in Thailand.

6. Can I use my cell phone in Thailand? It is possible to purchase a SIM card at BKK airport on arrival. But, we suggest you check with your cellular provider to know what your options are. You might be able to get an affordable roaming plan.

7. Is it safe to drink tap water? It is strongly advised NOT to drink tap water in Thailand. It’s best to stick to filtered water, which can be found in hotels and restaurants. Ice is usually okay, since it is usually factory-produced, using filtered water.

8. What are the public bathroom facilities like? Western-style and Asian-style squat toilets can be found in public bathrooms. It is recommended you bring your own tissues and hand sanitizer as they are not normally provided. Some public facilities may charge a small fee.

9. When is the best time to travel to Thailand? The best time to travel to Thailand varies depending on the region. Generally, the best time for most of the country is between October to the end of March. However, different regions may have different optimal travel times.

10. What are transportation options in Thailand? There are several ways to get around Thailand, including private vehicles, domestic flights, ferries, and more. The choice of transportation can vary depending on your destination and preferences.

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