The first of all Thai states was believed to be a Buddhist state. This was after it sought freedom from Cambodia and became independent. It is officially recognized as the Kingdom of Thailand and it is a constitutional monarchy where a King is the head of the state. There are no principles of democracy or capitalism and they still follow the age-old style of governance. The whole of Thailand is divided into 76 provinces classified under 5 groups.
Thailand is the heart of the Southeast Asian continent. It occupies about 200000 square miles of the landmass. Thailand is surrounded by all natural borders and has a tropical climate. The mountainous borders of Myanmar, the Mekong River, and the Dongrak mountains, guard the nation against all directions. The land area of Thailand is so fertile and is apt for cultivation. It is called the “Rice Bowl of Asia”
The concept of Buddhism has adored more as a philosophy than a religion, however almost 95% of the people in Thailand follow the doctrines of Buddhism meticulously. Though there are other religions like Christianity, Hinduism, and Sikhism at considerable levels, the people of Islam find it had to trace their roots in the soil of Thailand.
The top 5 places that are spots of major tourist attraction in Thailand are as follows:
Known as one of the best destinations in Thailand, Railay Beach also has a Diamond Cave that lets the visitors get some rest or take a sun bath.
With Monkey beach in it, where you can have the fun of your life, the Phi Phi island is the home of the best resorts in the country. It is also the best place to watch the Thai sun go down.
A Thai tour is incomplete if this magnificent palace is not a part of your checklist. In it resides royal halls, ancient relics, and the temple of Emerald Buddha.
Elephant is one thing that Thailand people are obsessed with. Be it the living ones or the artificial ones. Khao Yai Park is the Sanctuary of elephants, exotic birds, and apes.
For all the patrons of world history, you can find solace only after getting a glimpse of this place. It is also recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.