The Thai Hospitality

Thailand is known as "Land Of Smiles", an impression the Tourism Authority of Thailand happily use to promote the tourism by focusing on its people's hospitality. And if you spend any amount of time in most parts of Thailand, you will understand why this slogan has stuck for so long. Even in the buzzing capital city of Bangkok where people usually mind their own businesses, you can smile at a Thai and you can almost guarantee to get a smile back.A lot of visitors consider this to be quite fascinating, considering the low incomes, polluted air, bad traffic and such, giving Thai people very little to smile about. Yet they still manage to be so happy-looking, friendly and willing to show you the true meaning of hospitality. Often, you don't understand a word they're saying to you but you will see a glow in their eyes and a willing smile as a sign of their friendliness.

It's not just for the stunning nature and historical richness that so many people come to love Thailand. It's often the hospitality, the friendly people, their fascinating culture and the contagious 'Thai smile' that makes visitors want to repeat their visit time and time again.

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