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In the eyes of many travellers, Asia embodies the perfect travel opportunity, with amazing food, stunning beaches and delightful culture.Thailand continues to attract visitors from across the globe; here are just a handful of fun facts about the pearl of Asia:Every year, more than six million foreign tourists travel to Thailand, Asia, which makes it one of the most visited countries in the world.Thailand is home to the Craseonycteris Thonglongyai (the bumble bat), the world's smallest mammal.Mudskippers originate from A,

Like many countries throughout the globe, Thailand celebrate New Year, though the Thai celebrations commence four months later in April, with the unique tradition, Songkran. Everybody knows the New Year drill – the same songs reverberate through the walls at a friend’s house party, finger food festers on the side as an abundance of alcohol takes priority while attention soon turns to the television for an official countdown courtesy of Big Ben, prior to a customary splashing of luminous fireworks to round off

For many travellers embarking on a globetrotting crusade, Thailand continues to establish itself as one of the sweetest options in amongst the pick-and-mix of universal pit stops, with Bangkok an increasingly popular option. A city sugarcoated with an abundance of aesthetic assets, visitors seeking South Asian solitude continue to flock to Bangkok, a location splashed across pages in magazines, deemed as a ‘must-see’ for the archetypical vacationer. Thailand is scattered with tranquil and concurrently recognizable locations, with many undoubtedly a joy to behold. However,

The sheer thought of Thai gastronomy has a tendency to instill a sense of dread amongst travellers to South East Asia; tales of alien cuisine do have the capacity to nauseate prospective tourists, with sickly musings of multi-legged street food seemingly sufficient to put many off the Thai cuisine. While some of the cuisine on offer does undoubtedly deviate from the conventional norms of Westernised society, experiencing the range of weird and wonderful delights on offer has the capacity to enchant,