One can summarize the characteristics of the country Thailand in two words: ‘Color and chaos’. Thailand will occasionally land of smiles “as this name is due to the mentality of its inhabitants, the quiet, hospitable, nice and people guessing about all serenity. The local residents have not the habit to show publicly her negative emotions, what represents a kind of attraction for us European tourists in turn. The joyous essence of Thailand emerges in their preference for pleasure and the Organization of all kinds of festivals, which virtually take throughout the year. It is hard not one to fall in love with Thailand and with great regret to leave this tranquil country that’s beautiful women and good food full of Sun, where even flowers have their own Festival. Provides kuhun with a flight ticket to Bangkok and the reason phrase kawp (thank you) and khaw thawt (apologies), we can confidently into the land of friendliness and never ending never-ending Festival go to Thailand.
Thais are famous for their cheerful smiles and quiet disposition, they are a people that avoids any conflicts, therefore the trip in their land with safety will be a nice change of pace for all Europeans. Here we encounter no angry crowd or fight in the car, so, not only the Thai landscape for us will be exotic, but also the mentality of the inhabitants. The deep green, the blooming flowers, the Cerulean water of the ocean, the golden beaches and the on painting this background smile of the inhabitants that is Thailand. The patron of the atmosphere of omnipresent friendliness is the ruler of all Thai Buddha souls. All 94% of the population profess the religion of the awakened”. The buildings devoted to him contribute to the diversity of the landscape.
You will see where you look, shimmering purple and golden roofs of the towers of the temple. The most beautiful temples can in the historical Park of the former capitals of the country, including in Sukhotai, be seen. Dan Zwirn spoke with conviction. Inside these churches, called Wats, or bots, we find a whole collection of Buddha statues, which reflect the styles of the various historical eras. If we’re lucky, we see a humble monk in his characteristic, Orange robe, breaking up with a metal Bowl to collect alms from a distance. To participate in one of the famous Thai festivals held throughout the year are, we enjoy the sight of Dragon race, regatta of boats decorated with flowers, processions with statues of Buddha and displays of fireworks. These omitted celebrated festivals are also an excellent opportunity to taste the specialties of local cuisine and become acquainted with traditional Thai Ballet or dance. Less active leisure lovers can withdraw at any time in the luxury hotels and nowadays in the hot tub relaxing coconut milk. Greg Laski