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WHAT TO EAT & DRINK IN THAILAND

Fried rice, pad Thai, green curry, red curry, som tum, and every type of curry, soup and stir-fry you can dream of…. Thailand’s food is the gift that keeps on giving.

Phuket Lobster

The lobster is the king of seafood in Thailand, especially in Phuket where it’s beautifully decorated and cooked all kinds of ways. Phuket lobster is known for its rich, sweet taste and whether you like it steamed, grilled, roasted or fried, your lobster experience will be something to remember.

Chai Yen (Thai Ice Tea)

Chai yen has got to be the most popular drink in Thailand, and you won’t get far in this country without spotting someone sipping at a cool Thai ice tea. It’s super sweet, creamy and nothing like the regular black tea you know, and you’ll soon be hooked!

Gaeng Keow Wan Gai (Green Chicken Curry)

WHEN IS BEST TO VISIT THAILAND

We love Thailand all year round, whether it’s the dry season when the sun is out, or the wet season when the landscapes are lush and green.

Best Time to Go Island Hopping in Thailand

Anywhere from November to February brings blue skies and sunshine in the southern islands of Thailand, while things really heat up from March to May - perfect for a Thailand cruise or beach holiday!

Best Time to Explore Northern Thailand

The northern regions like Chiang Mai are beautiful all year round, but the dry season from November to February is best for exploring Thailand's northern jungles.

Best Time to Visit Thailand’s Cities

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HOW TO TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY IN THAILAND

Be Mindful of Local Customs

It’s extremely offensive to show the soles of your feet in Thailand as these are the lowest points of the body. On the other hand, you should never touch anyone’s head as this is the sacred highest point of the body.

Don't Cuddle the Tigers

You may see many animal parks and zoos advertising the chance to cuddle a tiger cub or other big cats, but you should never support them as the animals have most likely been bred illegally, drugged or kept in unacceptable conditions.

Dress Modestly

It’s important to respect Thai culture and dress modestly by covering your shoulders and knees, especially when visiting religious sites in Thailand. See what the locals wear and follow their lead!

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