Meet the locals
It is not enough just to visit distant lands, and meet people. Sightseeing, Sun and fun is important, but a trip to another country, among other things means meeting the locals. In Thailand it is not always easy, because of the language barrier that still remains a big problem. But there are other ways of communicating with the Thais. Perhaps the simplest is to visit one of the many open markets. Almost every village has a permanent market that is working even on weekends, as well as local shops. By buying food and other goods from Thais, you can get a glimpse of the local culture.
Another common way to meet with the local residents is to eat where they eat. Local restaurants in Phuket contain former employees of the hotel, fluent in English who will gladly take every opportunity to practice. Many Thai clubs invites you to enjoy the rhythms of national music. Such spontaneous communication gives an idea of how the locals live and what they think. And finally, you can visit some cooking lessons or any event, advertised in a local newspaper. Every opportunity to communicate with the residents of Thailand will enrich your experience during your vacation in this country.
Expand your wish list
Instead of another day at the beach, you can go climbing or diving. And what about the excursions into the jungle and elephant trekking? Many people have never sailed on a sailboat or luxury yacht — maybe you can enjoy the ride as you have a dinner at sunset in the sea? Many tourist areas of Thailand are on the water and provide opportunities.
Rent a private villa
Instead, think about staying in a private villa with a pool. It seems expensive and impossible to organize? But in fact private villas are often much cheaper than hotels and offer additional ways to save a significant amount of funds by leaving you to supplying your own food and drinks. Don’t want to Cook yourself? The Villa will employ cooks at an affordable price. When planning your vacation plan according to your dream vision of a perfect holiday, so you’ll never forget the days spent in Thailand.