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Top 3 Tropical Islands in Thailand

Bounty islands with snow-white beaches framed by palm trees and azure water is one of many good reasons to travel to Thailand. Some of the world’s best and most beautiful beaches can be found in Thailand where you can fling yourself with an icy Mai Thai or go diving or snorkeling in the colorful coral reefs. It is easy to take care in thinking that you have found paradise on earth!

Those who take on Thailand travel and is looking for the best beaches and beautiful islands should read on. Thailand has a myriad of islands spread between the Andaman Sea to the west (among others Phuket and Krabi) and the Thai golf to the East (among others Ko Samui and Ko Chang). Below you will find the three most popular islands for tourists and other travelers.

Phuket

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Private Thai Burma Death Railway Bridge, The Black Iron Bridge Linking Thailand And Burma

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by kimi-

Built as a result of the endless effort of thousands of labourers who died during the Second World War, travelers can take their own tour to the famous Bridge on the River Kwai and the start of the Death Railway. This bridge is extremely symbolic leaving a reason for anyone as to why they should see it.

This famous bridge and the death railway lies about 1 km outside Kanchuburi which is a province that is located about 80 km west of Bangkok. This bridge was created in 1943 as part of the Japanese project which wanted to link the exciting Thai and Burmese railway lines in order to support Japanese who were fighting British in the Burmese front. The heavy manual work that involved during the building of the bridge was undertaken by labourers and elephants...

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Thailand targets the Middle East

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has announced that, despite the economic downturn, Thailand is continuing to attract an increasing numbers of visitors from the Middle East.

In fact, figures show a sixty seven percent rise in September 2010 compared with September 2009.

Whilst the figures for the final quarter of 2010 are still to be confirmed, the Tourism Authority of Thailand expects the overall number of visitors from the Middle East to surpass 2009 levels by at least twenty percent.

For the first nine months of 2010 the total number of visitors from the Middle East stands at 392,294 and has already eclipsed the total for the whole of 2009.

Pramoth Supyen, Tourism Authority of Thailand director for the Middle East, commented; “2010 proved to be a challenging year for...

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Travel Thailand ? Top 3 Tropical Islands

Bounty islands with snow-white beaches framed by palm trees and azure water is one of many good reasons to travel to Thailand. Some of the world’s best and most beautiful beaches can be found in Thailand where you can fling yourself with an icy Mai Thai or go diving or snorkeling in the colorful coral reefs. It is easy to take care in thinking that you have found paradise on earth!

Those who take on Thailand travel and is looking for the best beaches and beautiful islands should read on. Thailand has a myriad of islands spread between the Andaman Sea to the west (among others Phuket and Krabi) and the Thai golf to the East (among others Ko Samui and Ko Chang). Below you will find the three most popular islands for tourists and other travelers.

Phuket

Phuket is the fav...

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Thailand Island

With a tropical climate, stunning beaches, and a unique and diverse culture, Thailand is a must-see for all tourists, yound and old alike! It is often referred to as the golden land because of its tourism and export/import industry.
The cool season in Thailand is around November-February, and with its low humidity, clear sky and cool temperature, is the best season to visit. The term cool is relative though, and average in the high 20s and low 30s. This time of year is the busiest, as it is peak tourist season, so expect the popular spots to be packed.
The capital of Thailand is Bangkok, which is in complete contrast with the quiet seaside villages that come to mind when Thailand is mentioned...

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