Thailand Car Tour
There’s a reason (many, actually) why Thailand is the most visited county in Asia. The Land of Smiles attracts a whopping 16 million foreigners every year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t discover your own journey here. Between the neon lights of Bangkok and the Buddhist temples in the countryside, you’ll find one of the most culturally rich countries in the world, and the people are world renown for their friendliness.
Looking to stray away from all the tourists? Why not try a Thailand car tour with a knowledgeable local? Bangkok can be overwhelming for many: it’s a large city, and when you’ve never visited before, it’s confusing. But with a local guide, you’ll be taken to some of the city’s best attractions, like the Emerald Buddha, a meditating figure made of green jasper and clothed in gold. Visit the temple of Dawn at Wat Arun, or take a boat ride down Chao Phraya River. You may even want to sample some food at the local food market – and Thai food is worth sampling. If there’s one thing to see though, it’s the Grand Palace, the most famous landmark in the city. It was built in 1782 and has been home to the Thai King for 140 years. It’s the architecture itself that’s stunning, and it’s sure to be a worthy photo opportunity.
Other attractions worth checking out around Bangkok include the Talad Rom Hoob, Bang Kung Camp, and the King Rama II Memorial Park. Bang Kung Camp is particularly noteworthy: it was once a navy campsite during the rule of King Taksin, during the second defeat of the Ayutthaya kingdom. A wall was built around it for a temple. A guided Thailand car tour can easily help you navigate to the Camp, while giving you a little history lesson in the process.Read More ...