Imagine Thailand with crystal clear water along with soft white sandy beaches full of palm trees and coral reefs in the ocean, historic cities and paradise-like islands, friendly, always smiling, pretty Thai women serving cheap and delicious street food, and you will understand why Thailand is a favorite destination for many holiday makers.
An illustrated Travel Guide to Thailand has been compiled and created to provide vacation ideas and information on Thai people, climate, culture, cities, regions, geography, foods, drinks, accommodation, etc. It is essential to be aware of the potentials and dangers you may encounter on your holiday and useful to acquire more knowledge with this 110-page eBook for $5.00 USD.
There are three seasons in Thailand: Hot, hotter and the hottest. The rainy (monsoon) season lasts from April to October with very high temperatures and sometimes almost 100% humidity.
If you want to come to Thailand when it's „only” hot, then plan your holiday between the middle of October and the middle of March, in the dry season.
Public health issues
Although contagious diseases, most especially tuber-culosis and HIV/AIDS, remain significant public health issues, non-communicable diseases and injuries have become critical causes of sickness and death. Major infectious diseases in Thailand also include bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis, dengue fever, malaria,