Once known as Siam, Thailand is a crossroads of peoples, cultures and religions, the main one being Buddhism. In the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand has the shape of an elephant’s head. The face looks to Myanmar (Burma), the ears border Laos and Cambodia, while the trunk crosses the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand to reach Malaysia. The natural landscapes are rich and varied; there are Misty Mountains and jungles in the North, the Central Plains contain
Emerald rice fields, and the white sand beaches and tropical islands run along the Eastern seafront to the South. Bangkok allows visitors to discover Thailand’s fascinating culture within a vibrant metropolis.
The city is now the spiritual, cultural, diplomatic, commercial and educational centre of Thailand. Located in the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand has never been colonized and has preserved a unique culture and heritage.
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