How to Choose the Best Accommodation in Thailand by:Kaloyan Banev
Pearl of the South-East Asia - Thailand, probably is the only destination in the world that can offer you that much of everything
. Unparallel holiday suitable for all need from singles to families. Choosing your accommodation can be a bit tricky, so in this article we are going to review some options that can help you to choose where to stay.
Thailand has thousands of visitors every year and many choose to stay in one of the many beautiful self catering villas or bungalows, which are set back from the hustle and bustle of the many towns and cities. Choosing a self catering holiday gives you the freedom to literally please yourself and enjoy the peaceful surroundings without having to worry about where you are going to eat.
Many villas and cottages around Thailand are situated in private grounds with swimming pools and other facilities, which make the self catering option perfect for families with small children or maybe people who just want to get away from it all and enjoy some privacy.
Thai food is some of the best in the world, but it is not to everyone's taste, which makes self catering easier for those who have children or can't eat spicy food. It means you can still enjoy the wonderful flavours and ensure that it is friendly to your palette, and also to your budget.
Visiting one of the fantastic food markets lets you see the sheer variety of fresh produce that Thai people use to cook. Apart from rice, chillies are almost the staple food, and almost everything is freshly prepared, so fresh produce is always available nearby. Thailand has a variety of shops and supermarkets such as Big C, Tesco Lotus and Carrefour, which are great as they usually stock western foods such as pasta etc.
Self catering in Thailand is a fantastic way to enjoy the many wonderful things that this great country has to offer, and at the same time it gives you the freedom and the privacy, which some package holidays cannot. By choosing a villa, cottage or an apartment, you will surely have a great time.
Thailand is often referred to as a golden land, not because there is precious metal buried underground but because the country gives off a certain lustre, be it the fertile rice fields of the central plains or the warm hospitality of its citizenry. People come here as miners: first perhaps for the uniquely Western concept of R&R. And while they toast themselves to a bronze hue on the sandy beaches, they find in the daily rhythm of Thailand a tranquillity that isn't confined to vacation time. Welcome to a life-altering experience disguised as a holiday.
This is an exotic land that is surprisingly convenient and accessible. First introductions are made in Bangkok, a modern behemoth of screaming traffic, gleaming shopping centres and international sensibilities interwoven with devout Buddhism. Even the most cosmopolitan Thais wouldn't dare choose a marriage date without consulting a monk or astrologer. And notice the protective amulets that all Thais - from the humble noodle vendor to the privileged aristocrat - wear around their necks: this is holy fashion.
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