Packages in Thai Mueang
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Thai Mueang Vacation Packages
Thai Mueang Vacation Packages
Bangkok, the nation's capital, is situated about 390 miles north of Thai Mueang.
For tourists who think they've experienced a big part of Thai Mueang, Khao Lak is a great choice for something a little bit different. Only 17 miles north, it's where you can see Ko Surin National Park and Sai Ruang Waterfall.
The regional hub, Takua Pa, is the heartbeat of the area. Starting in Thai Mueang, head north for 25 miles and visit Ko Similan National Park, Nang Thong Beach and Bang Niang Beach. Laem Pakarang Beach and Bang Sak Beach are also great destinations.
Sampling the food eaten by locals is often about more than just sustenance. It is also a sneak peek into people's lives and culture.
Go ahead and ask about the ingredients found in this area, like pork and coconut.
Chuchi pla thu sot (mackerel curry) and pad thai (rice noodles) are a couple of well-known dishes sure to provide those visiting with the unique taste of Phuket - Phang Nga.
You can't take off from the area before at least trying chaokuai (grass jelly).
Treat your palate with a glass of Singha, and wind down with one of this area's homegrown beers.
Thailand, a great alcohol-free option, can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
If you enjoy a drop of alcohol here and there, try out mekhong, a favorite spirit.
Many people cannot bring themselves to believe that a new food experience is complete unless they've tasted some of the popular local wines. Sample sato (rice wine) or chenin blanc.
Most people will agree that one of the sincerest gestures you can present to the people you meet along the way is to make the effort of learning some common phrases in their language. "Yàak dtên ram măi?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" Or, try pronouncing "Kun maa jàak tee năi?" (Where are you from?).
If you'll be in the area on the 5th of December, you should be aware that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Birthday of King Phumiphon.
As the saying goes, all things that are good eventually come to an end. In the final days of your adventure in Thai Mueang, say "Laa gòn ná," spend the last of your baht, and remind yourself of all those amazing memories.
Alas, vacations don't continue indefinitely, so when it comes time to fly homeward, head to the nearest airport. It's 25 miles to the south of Thai Mueang.
Accommodation in Thai Mueang
Make a booking for one of the 5 Thai Mueang accommodation options on Expedia's easy-to-use Thai Mueang lodging page before you travel.
Two of the more upscale Thai Mueang accommodation options in which you will find the best guest services in town, are the Khaolak Merlin Resort, at 7/7 Phetkasem Road, Lamkaen, and The Briza Beach Resort Khaolak, at 7/4 Moo 2, Phetkasem Road, Lumkaen. If those don't suit, check out the Hive Khaolak Beach Resort, at 7/3 Moo 2 Ramkean, and the Khaolak Emerald Beach Resort & Spa, at 7/10 Moo 2 Ban Khao Lak, Ramkean, two places where you'll be sure to find a bargain.