Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Thailand Travel Tips - What to Take

Thailand Travel Tips - What to Take

Whether you are in Thailand for a long holiday or a short break there are several things that could be useful to ... and many things which are not. A lot of them are boring things you already know, such as insect repellent and block the sun, but there are some things that you would do that you probably do not have the habit of thinking.

Start with what not to take, first of all clothing. Thailand is warm all year round and if you venture into the mountains in the north, you really will not need "a jacket for the evening." They also dry very quickly and are easy to wash and wear the same day. If you really want to splurge, there are many places throughout Thailand who wash clothes and return all nice and fresh the next day, at a rate between 30 and 50 baht per kilo. So do not wear loads of clothes you do not wear half.

Another thing that you would rethink chocolate. Thailand is, as I said hot and not really designed for chocolate. The type of chocolate that people tend to bring with them to America, the United Kingdom and Europe tends to melt very easily. Unless you eat quickly or are able to store in a refrigerator, you will end up with quite a mess. Chocolate is available here by the bucket load in supermarkets and convenience stores, but tends to be imported from Australia which has a higher melting temperature and is not as enjoyable. Sorry Australia.

Now, to make things that you might not have thought ...

Thailand is an amazing country, and when you are traveling, whether in the north of Chiang Mai, a tropical island or even in the heart of Bangkok, you will be surrounded by wildlife and beautiful scenery. Keeping this in mind, it is logical that the thing to do that often people would have liked (but did not) are twins. Not huge ones like army, but just a little dinky pair modern travel. Armed with this neat holiday accessory you can clearly see that the dolphins off the coast of Hua Hin, giant lizards regulating water swim to the Chao Phraya River through the heart of Bangkok or Crested Eagles that sail over the mountains of Chiang Mai. If you are quick, you can also visit the wonderful array of butterflies glide quietly around the treetops across the kingdom.

The other thing that is an "element must provide" not expensive plastic Flip flops (thongs if you are traveling from Australia). Everyone here wears them because they are the most comfortable shoes and practices that you can own. They are cool in hot weather, will not be damaged on the beach or a pool, but best of all, as it is customary to remove your shoes when you enter a room it will save you endless cycle to untie, unstrapping or detachment.

Finally, if you bring a book to make sure that Thailand is a pocket guide for orchids. Thailand must be the capital of orchids in the world ... they are everywhere, from the arrival hall of the airport to your hotel and back. This country is a wall orchid heaven. Make the most of it by understanding that you look and impress your friends and fellow holiday emphasizing the difference between the rare bee orchid and Slipper Orchids popular.


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