Thailand Multi-Centre Holidays: An Extraordinary Travel Experience

Posted by on 28 March 2016 | 0 Comments

Thailand is so diverse a country that no traveller can sum it up in one visit. The exquisite beaches, mind-blowing cultural heritage along with a thrilling urban life make Thailand a must-visit destination for any traveller. However, understanding or exploring the country to the fullest is a very difficult task, especially on a single destination holiday. A multi-centre holiday can help you experience most of the country in one vacation.


The most important aspect of a multi-centre holiday in Thailand is you can explore different places and experience the varied cultural heritage there. Some of the important destinations are listed here


Picture perfect beaches


Be it a lonely sea-shore or a buzzing beach you are looking for, Thailand has it all. While Pattaya is one beach town that is famous worldwide for its wild nightlife and throbbing free society, Ko Chang, Cha-Am, and Rayong offer serene sea beaches away from the hustle and bustle of big-city life. Thailand has an exotic coastline and thus many beaches. Each one offers you a unique experience.


Lush forests


Another attraction of the country is the dense rainforests that feature diverse and majestic flora and fauna. The country has a large number of forest parks and reserves where tourists can take guided tours and experience nature up close.


Cultural heritage


The myriad aspects of Thai cultural have kept tourists spellbound for years. Cultivated for over 700 years, Thailand features a cultural mix of Buddhism, Hinduism and the native cultures. From the various Buddhist temples to the exquisite dance forms, Thailand will mesmerise you with its cultural opulence. Some of the most famous heritage destinations of the country are Sukhothai, Ayutthaya, Ban Chiang and Udon Thani. All four of the destinations are UNESCO world heritage sites.


Party Culture


The roaring wild nightlife and party culture of Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket are simply irresistible to the party animal. The cities have a free society and would offer you the wildest of nights and days you can dream of. If you are tired and thirsty walking the streets, simply buy a cold beer and from a bicycle-riding beer vendor and drink it on the sidewalk. Nowhere, in the world can this be considered legal.


With all these destinations and experiences to enjoy, multi-centre holidays are the best way to explore Thailand. Moreover, you never know when you will be able to go there next. Pick your favourite destinations from the proceeding list and create your customised multi-centre holiday.