A Guide to Download and Print Free Maps of Thailand - thaitriptips.com

A Guide to Download and Print Free Maps of Thailand


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This beautiful country offers everything from great monuments and old temples to vibrant nightlife, adventurous water sports activities, and delicious cuisine. With so much to offer, the country has become a popular destination for holiday makers, honeymooners, families, business travelers, and other visitors. One must take advantage of Thailand’s fabulous tourist map of Thailand before planning a trip to this beautiful country.

A detailed map of Thailand can help one get an overview of the country. This includes all the major tourist attractions like Bangkok, the capital city, Phuket, Pattaya, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Samui, Koh Samui, Ko Pha Ngan, Koh Chang, and others. Other smaller islands include Koh Tao, Ko Lipe, Koh Chang, Ko Racha, and others. The island of Koh Samui is famous for its natural beaches. Many tourists love to spend their time at these beaches, especially during the peak season.

White Sand And Clear Water

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When it comes to Thailand’s beaches, there are dozens of them. Each island has its own best beaches, with white sand and clear water. Most beaches are safe for swimming and offer some sort of showers or amenities such as restaurants or bars. In Ko Pha Ngan, there is a picturesque stretch of white beach where one can enjoy a romantic sunset walk. Some of the beaches along the Gulf of Thailand and in the Andaman Sea have facilities for bathing and snorkeling.

Thailand has several cities with modern skyscrapers and modern buildings. Its capital city, Bangkok, is famous for its nightlife. Other cities of Thailand, such as Phuket, offer more relaxed settings with palm trees, Thai massage, and other interesting activities. If you want to travel to places with old temples or historical buildings, you need a special tourist map of Thailand. In the listings of most maps, Thailand is represented by its capital, Bangkok. Other cities of Thailand are usually represented by the letter prefix of the city, such as “phal”.

The Most Popular Beaches

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The most popular beaches in Thailand are Patong, Phuket, Ko Pha Ngan, and Muay Thai. Patong is one of Thailand’s most vibrant cities with a wide variety of nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. This is a great place to experience Thailand’s nightlife, as the weather here is quite hot all year round. Another popular beach in Thailand that features nightclubs, is Phuket’s Kata Yai beach.

Ko Pha Ngan is well-known among tourists for its long beaches, however, it is also very populated. It is better to avoid the busy beaches around here, as they can be quite crowded at certain times of the year. If you like the hustle and bustle, you can go to nearby islands such as Koh Tao. 

Koh Tao

Koh Tao is the third largest island of Thailand, and has some of the best things to do in Koh Samui. Its beaches are still crowded, but the scenery around here is absolutely breathtaking, especially when you take a drive around.

For those who love to travel to the east coast of Thailand, it is recommended that you visit the island of Koh Phangan. This island is home to some beautiful beaches, along with some of the country’s best attractions, such as the renowned Pet Porpoise Pool. The best thing about Koh Phangan is that it is very close to Phuket and Krabi. It is also easy to reach Koh Samui from here, so you won’t miss out on seeing any of the attractions on these two islands.

Conclusion

Clublive has been growing by leaps and bounds over the past few years. The local Thai people are extremely hospitable and there is a large community of expats who visit regularly. The expat community of Clublive consists of people from various countries around the world. So if you come across a place with the Thai name, it does not necessarily mean that it is only for foreigners, especially if you can understand the Thai language. Therefore, even if you don’t speak Thai, you should find it easy to relate to the locals and get along with them well.

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