Thailand Car Rental
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Thailand is a bustling industrial nation that boasts a large tourist population who are drawn here to explore vibrant and fascinating cities like Phuket, Pattaya and Bangkok. The Thai region has been inhabited since the paleolithic period, so it offers up a swathe of attractions that hold archaeological and historical significance. Thailand’s major destinations are a unique treat for visitors of every kind. Buzzing markets, designer shopping malls, deserted beaches, the tropical heat of the jungle, fantastic nightlife, great watersports, islands ripe for exploration and so much more, Thailand is a place like no other and ideal for car rental holidaymakers looking to pack in as much as this vibrant and varied country has to offer.
Things to Do in Thailand
Thailand is such a land of contrasts that it’s easy to tailor your trip here to suit you. If you love to shop, head for busy Bangkok, which is a renowned shopping destination. Packed with markets as well as huge air-conditioned malls, it’s also a great place to try out the latest in modern Thai cuisine and the hottest nightclubs and bars. Pattaya offers up beautiful beaches and resorts, while the island of Phuket has a real party atmosphere and offers up lots of watersports facilities for those looking for a more active vacation. Soak up some nature and green spaces with a visit to the pretty city of Phanga, as well as smaller towns that are off the beaten track a little, like Pha-taem and Ubon Ratchathani, both home to fantastic markets selling all kinds of everything.
Top 3 Must See: Thailand
Partying in Bangkok
Ayutthaya, UNESCO World Heritage Site and the old capital of Siam
Kanchanaburi, home to a lot of sights related to WWII, including the Bridge over the River Kwai
Driving Around Thailand
Driving a rental car in Thailand is incredibly inexpensive, and allows you to explore this large island at your own pace. Driving is (usually!) on the left hand side and you must carry an international driving permit if you don’t have a Thai driver’s license. A tropical island of great beauty, there are lots of natural wonders to uncover here as you drive from city to city. Khao Yai National Park is the first national park of Thailand, close to Bangkok, and you’ll find all sorts of exotic wildlife on display. Breathtaking waterfalls can also be seen all over Thailand, with the Heo Suwat Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park and the 7-tiered Erawan Falls in Kanchanaburi among the most visited.