When asked about their religion, most Thais will happily respond that they are Buddhists. However, just looking around town will reveal that many elements in daily spiritual life have little to do with Buddhism in its stricter forms. Hinduism and Animism are still everywhere.
Maya Bay reopening set for Jan 1
The famed Maya Bay in Krabi province will probably be reopened to tourists on Jan 1, with regulations in place to preserve the rehabilitated beach and bay from the ecological ruin it previously suffered.
Natural Resources and Environment Minister announced the tentative opening date on Monday. Maya Bay is a stunningly beautiful bay that's sheltered by 100-metre high cliffs on three sides. Inside the bay there are several beaches, most are small and some only exist at low tide. The main one is around 200 metres long with silky soft white sand, underwater colourful coral and exotic fish in exceptionally clear water; the whole bay is one big reef.
Useful Thai phrases
One of the best parts of travelling is learning a new language.And if you’re heading to Thailand, the Thai
language is one of the most charming in the world.
When the rain stop we wish for winter.
November is the exact month of the cool season in Thailand. The temperature of all parts of Thailand has decreased, and it’ll be low that we’ll have to embrace the person beside us to greet the cold weather at many tourist attractions.
Winter time in Thailand
Finally, it's almost the end of the rainy season and the beginning of winter. It will definitely be liked by tourists. As many people know, the winter at the end of the year It is the best time to travel.
Phang Nga province.Have you been there?
Phang Nga, a province in southern Thailand that borders Phuket, is known to have Thailand’s most beautiful viewpoints. You can get there by boat, car, bicycle, luxury yacht, longtail boat, kayak, or even junk (a Chinese sailboat). Whether the weather is sunny, gloomy, or rainy, Phang Nga is still a great place to visit for anyone looking for time away from the city.
Make sure your sunscreen is not on the banned list in Thailand
The four chemicals are Oxybenzone (Benzophenone-3, BP-3), Octinoxate (Ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate), 4-Methylbenzylid Camphor (4MBC) and Butylparaben.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to advise tourists on the use of sunscreen that contains certain chemicals deemed harmful to coral reefs, which is now banned across all of the country’s national parks.
Samui Plus scheme sees lukewarm demand
While hopes were high for the reopening program, uptake has been lacking. The attempt to restart the battered tourism industry with the Samui Plus model which started on July 15, following the first-ever reopening plan under the Phuket sandbox, still has a long way to go to shore up the hotel business.
How fishing helps relieve stress and rejuvenate your mind
Are you thinking of escaping from the stress of everyday life in this chaotic world? Of course, there are many ways to reduce stress including shopping, messaging, playing games, etc. But if you are finding some stress-relieving activities for your holidays that allow you to meet new experiences surrounded by beautiful nature and forget your anxiety while enjoying the sunset view, fishing is one of the best ways.
August in Thailand
The month of expressing your love to your mother.Be surrounded with beautiful nature in national parks.Experience the fun of water Rafting.Last 4 days of the Akha Swing Festival.Admire the fascinating sea of mist.Here comes August again, a month that visits us in the middle of the rainy season of every year.