Want a vacation that is memorable for you and your family? Then there is no other destination in Southeast Asia that draws crowds like Thailand. It is famous for its colorful botanical gardens, famous for its golden riverside temples and palaces, and its beautiful beaches and dense forests. Immerse yourself in wonder and mystery, and visit a temple after hours, or you may stay at a resort where you can care for, walk, and bathe with elephants.
It is rooted in the ancient customs of Siam where refinement, traditional customs, and indebtedness toward parents, courtesy, the teachers and caretakers account for family organization and values. The Royal family is much loved and revered by all the people of Thailand, while Thailand is a Constitutional Monarchy ruled by a military junta in all practical matters. Thailand has its own sport which is touted as one of the most difficult and bloody around, unlike other Asian nations which share a love for football and the karate type arts. Muay Thai is done with punches, knees, kicks, elbows, and body blows similar in some ways to boxing and in other ways to a free-for-all. This type of fighting skills was developed centuries ago when Thai men were captured by the Burmese army and were forced to fight each other as a prison sport.
In between November and February would be the best time to go to areas in the lower elevations such as Phuket or Bangkok when both temperature and humidity remains at its best. And the best time to visit the northern areas such as Chiang Mai province and Chiang Rai is during the dry season between November and May since Monsoon spans between June and October.