Trying to sum up the charms of Thailand in anything, less than a few thousand pages, is nothing less than an impossible task, which is something any past visitor will gladly testify. The Kingdom of Thailand is by far the most popular holiday destination in all of South-East Asia, which is certainly not difficult to understand given exactly how much this stunning country has to offer. There are fantastic hotels everywhere, from the sensory overload of "super-city" Bangkok in the Central Plains to the tear-jerking beauty of Ko Phi Phi in the south, every inch has something truly unique to inspire admiration and wonder in the visitor. With lush green jungles to warm, crystal blue waters and a year-round tropical climate, millions are simply swept of their feet by Thailand every year. The food and drink of the country is something quite impossible to replicate, despite the best efforts of gourmet chefs across the globe.
Of course, it is understood that value for money is one aspect of Thai holidays that have attracted worldwide acclaim, which could not be truer when it comes to the country's accommodations. Upscale hotels in Thailand simply redefines the term "affordable luxury" by way of offering world-class lodging at a fraction of the price they would found at elsewhere. For those insistent on showing off, the Four Seasons on Rajadamri Road or the nearby St. Regis Hotel are quite simply as good as it gets, with 24-hour concierge and butler service, limousine transfers and every other luxury possibly imaginable. For those preferring tried and tested brands from home, Marriot Courtyard have a wonderful offering in the city center, with all the hospitality and quality expected of a world-leading brand.
With regard to budget hotels in Thailand, it is difficult to know where to start, as Bangkok has luxury 5-star hotels such as the Unico Grande Sukhumvit available for less than $50 per night, which is quite astonishingly low by anyone's standards. However, traveling further south to the stunning islands of the Gulf of Thailand, it quickly becomes clear that the word "budget" has a whole new meaning there. Ko Chang, famed for its elephant treks and stunning waterfalls has Star Beach Bungalows, situated on White Sand Beach and offering private en-suite bungalows for as low as $10 per night! Independent Bo' a short walk further north offers similar lodgings with a slightly more "party" atmosphere for those looking to make the most of days and nights alike.
Ko Lanta, Ko Phi Phi and so on all follow suit, with hundreds of accommodation options geared toward backpackers and budget travelers alike, all with facilities far beyond their budget status. Of course, some are better than others are, but when tourists can pay for their lodgings, an evening meal for twos and a cold beer for under $15, there really is little room for anything other than adoring praise! Actually, the honesty of the travel agent can really make the biggest difference to a trip to Thailand, as monsoon season severely affects different areas of the country at different times. Indeed, going on vacation in a wrong season to any particular place could make a visitor spending the entire holiday tying down belongings in order to prevent them floating away into the Gulf!
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