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Thai Highlights

There are a lot of great things about Thailand Ė the impeccable weather, beautiful beaches, the cultural legacy and of course, the people. For the average tourist, thereís plenty to see and do, but there are a certain elements, without which a trip to Thailand isnít complete. Read on to find out about the highlights of this beautiful country.

Grand Palace, Bangkok. This glorious golden palace dominates the Bangkok skyline. Climb up to the top for amazing vistas across the sprawling city and to find a spot of serenity amongst the fast-paced hubbub of Bangkok craziness. Look out for the football games that sometimes take place across rooftop courts.

Chatuchak Weekend market, Bangkok. This huge sprawling market takes place is one of the best ways to spend a lazy Saturday in Bangkok. Selling food, clothes and crafts, itís also a great place to people watch. Just make sure you haggle down prices; itís expected.

Jungle trekking, Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is the biggest city in the northern regions of Thailand and acts as the main point of call for those wanting to trek through the mountains of the region, where several hill tribes live. Some tours include elephant rides, and overnight stays with one of the local tribes. Itís a great for getting firsthand insight into the way others live. Just make sure youíre relatively fit enough to trek for four or more hours at a time! Often you can arrange group tours with the guesthouse you are staying at (although itís worth doing some research on prices and standards so that you donít get scammed). Make sure your travel insurance policy covers you for this Ė some policies may exclude activities such as trekking.

Full Moon Party, Ko Phangan. One of the biggest beach parties in the world, the Full Moon parties attract up to 30í000 people each month! All musical tastes are catered for as the DJs play anything from drum and bass to dance to reggae. Youíll need to book a hotel well in advance but the amazing atmosphere means itís well worth it.

Floating markets, Bangkok. There are several floating markets in and around Bangkok but if you want authenticity and character head to Damnoek Saduak Floating Market where youíll see a huge array of fruits, vegetables and other foods on sale. It takes place everyday from 8am till 11am (although the earlier you go the better) and is 60 miles south of the city but itís the best one for retaining the original feel of the floating markets.

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