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5 Things You Should Know Before You Plan Your Trip To Thailand


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Thailand is one of the diverse holiday destinations in the world which offers an authentic experience. It is known for its crystal-clear waters, picturesque coastlines, limestone cliffs, delicious cuisine and thriving nightlife. Thailand is indeed one of the most popular destinations in the world for travelers. Thailand offers plenty of attractions and entertainments that guarantee an unforgettable vacation. However, there are a few things you should know before traveling to Thailand so that you do not get into trouble when you are supposed to be enjoying a well-deserved vacation. Here is a look at things not to do in Thailand.

1) Do Not make any form of physical contact with The Monks

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Monks in Thailand are very religious people and you should treat them with great respect. As per the Buddhist monastic code, monks are not allowed to touch a woman. So it is your responsibility that when you see a monk you should keep some distance from them, particularly women. Also, remember not to put yourself in a position that looks higher than a monk, which is why standing over or being positioned higher than them is strictly forbidden.

**2) Do Not Touch People’s Heads**

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One of the most important things to remember when you travel to Thailand is you should not touch other people’s heads. According to Thai culture, head is the holiest part of the body and it is considered very rude if you touch someone’s head. Touching a stranger on the head even in a light-hearted way can be offensive for many Thai people. Therefore, you should be careful not to touch someone’s head unless you have a close relationship with that person, otherwise, you will essentially be disrespecting that person.

3) Do not overstay your visa period

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One of the significant things you should know before going to Thailand is not overstaying your Visa. As per new reports on Visa extension procedure, overstaying your visa for only two or three hours can, in any case, be waived ,however, for the individuals who have stayed for more than a day will have to pay the penalty fine of 500 Baht per day, maximum fine for outstaying is 20,000 Baht. If you don't pay the fine, you could wind up in prison and Thai immigration will stamp and note your visa. Repeated violations of overstaying can be a serious issue and your passport may be marked as an “undesirable alien” which can increase your difficulty while traveling internationally.

4) Do not point with your index finger or foot

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It doesn't matter who or what you are pointing at, but it is very important to remember not to point your finger or foot at people. Pointing at people or things with your fingers or toes is extremely impolite behaviour as per Thai culture. Head is the holiest part of the body, whereas feet are the dirtiest part, at least to the Thai people. Shutting the door or stepping over something or kicking something with your feet can get you in trouble in Thailand.

5) Do not go to a ping pong show

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Ping pong appears in Thailand and is known for being obscure. A lot of Thai individuals definitely realize that it is a trick. You will be compelled to pay a huge amount of money in your bill before you are permitted to leave the show. This is a precarious trick where you are allowed to enter the club and the beverages you purchase are not that expensive. However, what you can be sure of is that you are the one to pay for the beverages for the young ladies who perform for you. That is the reason you will see an immense bill when you are going to leave.

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Adhere to all the above-mentioned tips and you can enjoy your holidays in Thailand at its best. Every country has its own culture and traditions. Make sure to respect the people, their culture, and customs and you will be free from inconveniences. Once the planning is in place, you can book your Thailand tour package and prepare yourself for an unforgettable holiday in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.

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