The Rough Guide to Thailand

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Rough Guides, 2012 - Travel - 810 pages
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The Rough Guide to Thailand is the most comprehensive and informative guide available to this spectacular country. This new edition is in full colour, with clear and appealing maps and vibrant photography that brings Thailand to life.
You'll find detailed information on everything from the most stylish bars in Bangkok to diving on Ko Tao. Whether you want to trek in the hills near Chang Mai, explore the temples and waterways of Bangkok, or just relax on an idyllic beach on one of the country's numerous islands, this fully updated guide will lead you to the best attractions in Thailand. It features up-to-date reviews of all the hottest new places to stay, from ultra-chic hotels to community-minded accommodation and tour companies, including Thai homestays. Find the best restaurants, shops, bars and clubs in Thailand across every price range, with balanced reviews and honest, first-hand opinions.
You'll find improved coverage of the country's expanding opportunities for adventure travel as well as Thai cooking courses in Chiang Mai, Kanchanaburi and Krabi. Explore all corners of Thailand with authoritative background on everything from Thai history and Buddhism to food and wildlife, as well as practical language tips.
Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Thailand.

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User Review  - Kerry White - Goodreads

This is a very well researched book. I am going to Thailand later this year and quite enjoyed reading this book cover to cover! Read full review

About the author (2012)

Paul Gray is Professor Emeritus and Founding Chair of Information Science at Claremont Graduate University. He specializes in information systems, particularly decision support systems, knowledge management, data warehousing and electronic commerce.

Paul Gray and Lucy Ridout are co-authors of a number of Rough Guides including guides to Thailand and Thai Beaches and Islands.

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