Travelling Trends in Thailand

With attractions that include lush jungles, sunny beaches, and hundreds of islands, it is easy to see why Thailand draws travellers from around the world.


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Travel Trends in Thailand


With attractions that include lush jungles, sunny beaches, and hundreds of islands, it is easy to see why Thailand draws travellers from around the world.

Hot spots around the country


  • Chiang Mai has become a modern city and attracts over 5 million visitors each year.  It has a thriving arts scene.
  • The Chiang Rai area is blessed with outstanding natural beauty, where visitors can check out remote hill tribes and exotic wildlife.
  • If you want to experience local customs, people, and traditions, Isaan is for you.  It is a good starting point for trips into Laos and Cambodia.
  • Bangkok, with a population of over eight million, sits along the Chao Phraya River.  Its vibrant street life and cultural landmarks offer plenty to occupy those visiting.
  • Amphawa, a quaint river town, boasts a floating market with small shops that sell food, coffee, and trinkets.
  • Phuket offers a diversity of cultures, architecture, and cuisine.  It is also known for its beautiful forests and world-renowned diving sites.
  • Trang has a tranquil coastline.  Snorkeling and diving enthusiasts will enjoy sea caves, flourishing coral reefs and exotic marine life.
  • Prachup Khiri Khan is a place of delectable coconuts and pineapples, delightful beaches, mountains, and caves.  It has been called “the land of spiritual beauty.”

Visiting Thailand


Arrivals from Thailand have soared from 7.8 million in 1998 to a high of 22.3 million visits in 2012.  Bangkok’s growth in international visitors from 2011 to 2013 has risen by an estimated 18%, from 11.5 million visitors to a projected 2013 total of 16 million visitors.

The Top 5 Global Destinations for 2013


  1. Bangkok
  2. London
  3. Paris
  4. Singapore
  5. New York

Top ten nationalities to visit Thailand, 2012


  1. China; 2.79 million
  2. Malaysia; 2.60 million
  3. Japan; 1.37 million
  4. Russia; 1.32 million
  5. South Korea; 1.17 million
  6. India; 1.01 million
  7. Laos; 0.95 million
  8. Australia; 0.93 million
  9. United Kingdom; 0.87 million
  10. Singapore; 0.82 million

Hot spots around the country

  • Chiang Mai has become a modern city and attracts over 5 million visitors each year. It has a thriving arts scene.
  • The Chiang Rai area is blessed with outstanding natural beauty, where visitors can check out remote hill tribes and exotic wildlife.
  • If you want to experience local customs, people, and traditions, Isaan is for you. It is a good starting point for trips into Laos and Cambodia.
  • Bangkok, with a population of over eight million, sits along the Chao Phraya River. Its vibrant street life and cultural landmarks offer plenty to occupy those visiting.
  • Amphawa, a quaint river town, boasts a floating market with small shops that sell food, coffee, and trinkets.
  • Phuket offers a diversity of cultures, architecture, and cuisine. It is also known for its beautiful forests and world-renowned diving sites.
  • Trang has a tranquil coastline. Snorkeling and diving enthusiasts will enjoy sea caves, flourishing coral reefs and exotic marine life.
  • Prachup Khiri Khan is a place of delectable coconuts and pineapples, delightful beaches, mountains, and caves. It has been called “the land of spiritual beauty.”


Visiting Thailand

Arrivals from Thailand have soared from 7.8 million in 1998 to a high of 22.3 million visits in 2012. Bangkok’s growth in international visitors from 2011 to 2013 has risen by an estimated 18%, from 11.5 million visitors to a projected 2013 total of 16 million visitors.


The Top 5 Global Destinations for 2013

  1. Bangkok
  2. London
  3. Paris
  4. Singapore
  5. New York


Top ten nationalities to visit Thailand, 2012

  1. China; 2.79 million
  2. Malaysia; 2.60 million
  3. Japan; 1.37 million
  4. Russia; 1.32 million
  5. South Korea; 1.17 million
  6. India; 1.01 million
  7. Laos; 0.95 million
  8. Australia; 0.93 million
  9. United Kingdom; 0.87 million
  10. Singapore; 0.82 million

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