An exotic journey with budget constraints, dense islands covered by jungles and surrounded by the cerulean waters, ancient ruins, and antique Buddhist temples, white sand beaches with a tropical climate. To this picturesque description, when I add the jolly, courteous, and marvelous people in Southeast Asia, where land meets the sea – only one name comes to everyone’s mind – Thailand. A Land which radiates from glittering temples and scenic beautiful beaches, and exuberant royal palaces. Thailand, formerly known as Siam is the 51st largest country by total area in the Southeast Asia’s Indochinese peninsula. Exciting encounters with culture and history at every corner is what people look forward in the beautiful ambience of Thai villages, surrounded by busy markets or a freak night out in Bangkok.
Thailand is mostly associated with a tropical wet and dry or savanna climate, but the south and the eastern region have a tropical monsoon climate. The temperatures range from 19ºC to 38ºC, however, the temperatures rise well above 40ºC in the dry season. Monsoons arrive mostly between the month of May and July, and lasts till October, when the temperatures lower drastically and the humidity increases. The temperatures start rising again in the month of January.