Mommy's Favorite Things: Places to Visit in Thailand

Monday, May 1, 2017

Places to Visit in Thailand

We often have a very tight working schedules nowadays. It is no surprise that you are getting tired when you're overloaded with work. Chilling with friends may help, but you find yourself in much more sinister situation, when friends can't help you any longer. When you feel uncomfortable with you work, and feel uncomfortable with your friend, you start getting a feeling that your life has gone in wrong direction.

Of course you can change the job and meet new friends, but that's a very tall order for the vast majority of people. Because, it's leaving your job that you once loved, and breaking all the ties with people with whom you were friend from five to fifteen years. There's no surprise that you find it terrifying. So, what can you do then? Imagine that it's all in your head? Unfortunately it won't work.
So, the best way you can do is to take a vacation and have some time to think over your life.
Of course you can spend your vacation in a very reclusive way, we offer you to travel and experience something new.

Of course you can choose the old world and travel somewhere in Europe, we advise you much cheaper, though more exotic trip.
In Thailand you can live a month for less than $300. Of course your trip will prove more expensive, if you like staying in luxurious hotels. This exotic country has three places for you to visit, if you need an experience to rethink your life and your goals.

Khao Sok National Park

This national park that covers jungle forests, limestone karsts, as well as rivers and lakes, considered to be the most beautiful wildlife reserves in Thailand. It is situated in the Surat Thani province on the South of Thailand. Observing Asian elephants, barking deer, and Malayan tapirs, on the backdrop of stunning waterfalls will help you forget about your daily chores.

Rai Leh

This mall peninsula is accessible only by the boat, because high cliffs have cut the access from the mainland. At Rai Leh you can have quite relaxing on the beach, which will help you think over everything that bothers you and evaluate the real problem. Another attraction of Rai Leh is the cliffs, you'll have absolutely different outlook after trying your hand in rock-climbing.


If your idea of vacation is doing the same, but in the different atmosphere, you surely should visit the capital and the largest city of Thailand, Bangkok. It's a busy city with thousands skyscrapers, which easily cohabit with ancient temples. This is the perfect place for shopaholics and night-life aficionados, as well as for those who like to delve into cultures and spiritual beliefs that drastically differ from their owns. It is easy to forget about your problems in one of the main centres of Buddhism, or at least take a different look at them.
Described by many as a concrete jungle, Bangkok has enough of natural beauty, as tropical plants, canals, and green areas, to stun its tourists.

Although, travelling alone can be extremely useful, you can get lonely while on the trip. Contact dating can be a great cure for loneliness. Besides, who knows, maybe you will find your second half there.


Emma Stone said...

Here in Luang Prabang, the city is known for its prolific numbers of Buddhist temples and monasteries that you should certainly make time to visit. A heaven of a place, Thailand lies in the heart of Southeast Asia.

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