Chrissy Richman, representative of The Life Change People, said the country is full of nature, culture and history.
As well as a “warm, friendly atmosphere”, Thailand has jungles, beaches, mountains and cities, including Bangkok, which is a “modern, bustling capital”, she continued.
The expert explained that the second city of the nation is Chiang Mai, which is also an interesting place that can be explored on foot.
A number of different cultures meet in Chiang Mai, she pointed out, adding that they bring their own foods, crafts and customs to the region.
“It is a feast for the eyes and senses and a balm for anyone who misses the days when communities seemed to care for each other,” Ms Richman asserted.
She had previously recommended the food in Thailand, especially a papaya salad called som tam.
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