Thailand: The Land of Smiles

Thailand is often called the “Land of Smiles,” not only because visitors love its natural beauty and historical riches, but also because of the country’s friendly people and fascinating culture. We played with tigers at Tiger Temple, visited the Floating Village and local temples, ate a lot of Thai food we fell in love with and met some amazing and extremely hospitable people. Even though we have not gone for a yoga retreat in Thailand yet, we do go back from time to time and one day we will tick off all of the things we eventually want to do.

Check out our gallery to see how beautiful and friendly this country can be.

The Land of Smiles Movie

Now that you know that Thailand is described by many as the Land of Smiles, you will probably be surprised to learn that there is a horror movie by that name. Can’t believe me? Watch the trailer – it’s all based in Thailand!

What to do in Thailand – the Land of Smiles

Don’t be discouraged by the movie – it’s fictional and just for entertainment (although I’m not sure if I see the entertaining value in this myself). Thailand has so much more to offer. For example, you can check out the free things to do on Samui Island.

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Cez Krol
Cez Krol
I’m always positive and never bored – there’s just so much more to see and experience! I began my journey around the world in 2011 with just $400 and one-way ticket to Asia. Still going and blogging today. You can typically spot me working on a laptop or rock climbing.
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