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Thaïlande

La Thailande est  trop souvent synonyme de temples richements ouvragés, de plages paradisiaques, de gastronomie épicée à prix modique, de luxueux hôtels, de divins massages, de shopping et d'une vie nocturne trépidante car résumer cette bienheureuse terre à de simples clichés (pourtant véridiques) serait une injustice. 

La Thailande c'est un endroit accueillant avec lequel vous vous sentirez en osmose. Et vous le quitterez le coeur joyeux, rempli de souvenirs émerveillés.

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Hôtel et repas

La cuisine thaï est très parfumée car elle utilise une variété d'herbes et de racines. Le pays est riche en fruits de mer, en poissons, en produits fermiers, en légumes, en herbes, en épices et en fruits. La présentation ajoute au plaisir de la dégustation. La sculpture des fruits et des légumes est en effet un art dans lequel excellent les Thaïlandais.

(Wikipedia)

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Documents de voyage

  • Les voyageurs de nationalité belge (bébés et enfants inclus) doivent être en possession d’un passeport digital électronique contenant min. 2 pages vierges et valable au moins 6 mois à la date de retour. A votre arrivée, vous recevez un visa gratuit valable 30 jours. Si vous visitez Angkor (Cambodge),  vous pouvez obtenir le visa à votre arrivée. Prévoyez une photo d’identité récente et 30USD. 

  • Nous recommandons aux voyageurs de nationalité non belge et/ou avec un passeport étranger de le signaler spontanément au consultant Connections et de prendre contact avec leur ambassade ou consulat respectifs pour obtenir des informations actualisées sur les documents de voyage nécessaires.

Santé

Pas de vaccins obligatoires. Informations actualisées sur http://www.itg.be.

Fuseau horaire

+ 6h (hiver) et + 5h (été)

Devise

Devise

Le baht thaïlandais; 100 THB = 2,54 EUR and 1 EUR = 39,29 THB (01/04/2016)

Moyens de paiement 

Vous pouvez échanger des euros dans la plupart des endroits. Vous trouverez également des distributeurs automatiques partout.

Climat

La Thaïlande bénéficie d’un climat tropical influencé par les moussons. Le pays se visite toute l’année. Sur le continent, la saison des pluies dure de mai à octobre. Il fait alors plus chaud et on assiste à de fortes mais brèves averses, généralement en fin de journée. Durant l’hiver, les nuits sont fraîches dans le Nord.

Températures Moyennes (en°C):


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Chiang Mai

28

31

34

36

33

32

31

31

31

31

29

27

Bangkok

31

32

33

34

33

32

32

32

31

31

31

30

Phuket

31

32

32

32

31

30

30

30

29

30

30

30

Koh Samui

30

31

33

33

32

32

31

31

31

30

28

28

Siem Reap

31

32

33

34

33

32

31

31

30

30

30

30

L.Prabang

27

31

33

34

33

32

31

31

30

30

30

30


Points forts

  • Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is the former capital of Thailand and in the year 1700 even the largest city in the world. Only stone buildings survived the invasion of the Burmese in 1767. These were mainly palaces and temples. Today you can see the ruins of Wat Chai Wattanaram, What indeed visit Phra Si San Phet and Wat Mahatat, UNESCO heritage. The summer residence of the Chakri kings can be found here as well.

  • Bangkok

Bangkok or in Thai 'Krung Thep' which means 'City of Angels'. This megalopolis of 20 million people is one of the most fascinating cities of Southeast Asia. Its giant skyscrapers and trendy shopping malls contrast harshly to the tiny but vibrant local markets and sacred and refined temples devoted to Lord Buddha. Here you shop-till-you-drop, book a tantalising Thai massage, or party till the wee tiny hours of the morning. To commute in a practical and fast way you would use the metro, a tuk-tuk, a water taxi or the modern sky train. Bangkok, we love it! We trust you do to!

  • Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, the "Rose of the North ', is the ancient capital of the Lanna people. This large yet cosy town is the dream base for numerous excursions. Besides the beautiful temples its pride focuses on the varied local handicrafts still popular there today. You can see them weave silk, forge silver, manufacture umbrellas... Well worth a visit!

  • Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is where you will find the Golden Triangle. This is the area where Myanmar, Thailand and Laos meet. The region was once notorious for its opium crops and even today you can find the opium museum. Many farmers forcedly switched to tobacco plants. Many local tribes call this area home. Most of them depend on the Mekong River and live according to ancient traditions. The Mekong River is 4909 kilometres long, worth a boat trip?

  • Hua Hin

Nicknamed the' Queen of Tranquility' this ancient little fisherman's village on the western shores of the Gulf of Siam saw the Royal Family disembark in its port at the start of the 20th century. Since that precious moment the row of hip people in search of peace-and-quiet never ceased. The quaint wooden railway station still welcomes the Orient Express and the prestigious Railway Hotel still displays its charm and wealth. The shanty towns along the beach front metamorphosed into luxury hotels, yet the old and dainty fisherman's port which charmed his Highness so much is as authentic as ever!

  • Krabi

Just off the coast of Krabi lies a vast marine national park which owes its fame to the limestone rock pillars that protrude meters above sea level and give the area a surrealistic touch. The village is beside a perfect beach destination on its own, the base for long tail boats and sailing boat excursions to one of the numerous islands with sun-soaked, pearly white beaches and limestone caves. Popular with water sport fans, beach lovers and rock climbers.

  • Lop Buri

In Lopburi the Khmer Temple Prang Sam Yot will be on your programme. It was built in Bayon Khmer-style 800 years ago. Mind your food does not get stolen though by the (too) clever inhabitants of the temple: a colony of monkeys!

  • Mae Hong Son

Here, in Mae Hong Son, you will discover the traditional Thailand. You will be able to meet the "giraffe women", glide through caves aboard a boat or support a local orphanage in a superb natural setting amongst wooded mountains. Here, in this charming village where teak wooden huts hem the banks of Lake Nong Chong Khan, hikers assemble to meet the local Hmong, Karen and Lawa tribal groups. This is the home of the twin temples, Wat Chong Kham and Wat Chong Klang. The hill Doi Kong Mu with the Wat Phrathat Doi Kong Mu is totally worth a visit. Views from here are phenomenal. A Pai River boat ride offers you a different perspective of the vicinity and its stunning beauty.

  • Phitsanuloke

Phitsanuloke is base of one of the most important temples in Thailand. Founded in the 18th century it is now and is now home to one of the most popular Buddhist universities. You will find one of the most impressive Buddhas here as well as a nearby Buddha foundry.

  • Phi Phi Eilanden

The islands Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh, two hours sailing from Phuket, are both well-known for their pearly white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. During the day crowds of tourists flock together here, but as soon as the evening falls, paradise becomes a private corner in your world...

  • River Kwai

Learn about the importance of this region during World War II know the War Museum, pass by the cemetery and walk to the Hellfire Pass Memorial, immortalized in the film "Bridge on The River Kwai'. You discover the jungle by boat and from the terrace of your room. In Saiyoke Waterfall & National Park you can enjoy a refreshing waterfall and rocky forested limestone cliffs. In Lawa Caves discover caves with impressive rock formations.

  • Phuket

Thanks to the 1974 James Bond film 'The Man with the Golden Gun', Phuket became world famous overnight. Later blockbuster movies such as 'The Killing Fields' (1984), 'Good Morning Vietnam'(1987) and 'The Beach' (2000) would follow suit. As the years went by artists and hippies who had lived there since the 1960's exchanged places with fascinated tourists. Pewter mines, once a pillar of the local economy, were closed and the locals started a new career in one of the fancy luxury resorts. Today the island of Phuket ranges amongst Asia's most popular holiday destinations. Go Explore the Sea Hongs and the temples Suwan Kuha and Phaya Nakarat. Head to the Similan archipelago, one of the most enchanting spots in Thailand, and go and snorkel, swim or sunbathe on the white sand. The beach where "The Beach" was filmed can be found in Phi Phi Lee.

  • Sukhothai

The mother city of Thailand, Sukhotai is a MUST STOP on your travels around this wonderful country. Protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992, Sukhotai is interlaced with water features, temples, Chedis, Prangs and statues of the Lord Buddha. At the center lies the Royal City with its ancient palace, Wat Mahatat. Close by are the stunning Wat Sa Sri and Wat Chetuphon. The loveliest way to view and appreciate these temples is by bicycle! Sunrise is the perfect time of day to capture an unforgettable journey, the light then explains the nickname of “The Dawn of Happiness”.

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