An Exotic and Adventurous Holiday in Thailand

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An Exotic and Adventurous Holiday in Thailand

Post  mrsamct on Fri Nov 04, 2011 10:15 am

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hailand is the world's 51st-largest country in terms of total area. Thailand is the most-populous country, with approximately 63 million people. About 80% of People are Thai, 10% Chinese, 3% Malay and the rest are minorities from Mons, Khmers & hill tribes. Ethnic Thais form the majority, though the area has historically been at migratory crossroads, and has thus produced a degree of ethnic diversity. More than 94% of populations are Buddhist. India, China and many other western countries are considerably influenced by Thailand's traditions and cultures. Bangkok city can be a center for commercial, industrial, political, cultural activities. Thailand is very famous for vacation tours as there are many places to visit. Person arrives for business tour to Thailand also enjoys the weather, climate, beaches, Thai food and many places.

Thais are well-known for their hospitality and friendliness. Majority of over 62 million citizens of Thailand are ethnic Thai, along with strong communities whose ethnic origins lie in China, India and elsewhere. More than 7 million people reside in the capital city of Bangkok. Bangkok which is the largest city in Thailand is also Thailand's capital city for more than two centuries. Bangkok offers pleasure, ease and a shopping experience par excellence. Excel at the arts of shopping, dining and revel in the entertainment amidst a thoroughly modern metropolitan area that preserves its traditional Oriental magnificence.

For tourists, Bangkok has a feast of attractions to offers which includes 400 glittering Buddhist temples of great beauty and charm, The Grand Palace, The Giant Swing, Royal Barge National Museum, Gemopolis, traditional dance extravaganzas, numerous shopping centers and traditional ways of life. It is worth taking a trip along its waters before exploring further into different canals to take a sight of old Bangkok.

Throughout its 800-year history, Thailand can boast the distinction of being the only country in Southeast Asia which never been colonized. It is one of the most powerful Buddhist countries in the world. Theravada Buddhism is their national religion which is a branch of Hinayana Buddhism. Thailand's Buddhism continues to cast strong weight on daily life. Senior monks are highly respected. Thus, in towns and villages, the temple (wat) is the spirit of social and religious life. One of the most popular aspects of Buddhism is Meditation which is practiced regularly by many Thai as a means of promoting inner peace and happiness. Visitors, too, can learn the fundamentals of this practice at several centers in Bangkok and elsewhere in the country.

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