Thursday, January 17, 2013

Timeshare Travel – Take a Private Jet to Explore Thailand

Thailand is known as the land of smiles due to its welcoming and friendly people. Take a Thailand timeshare vacation and prepare to take in breath taking, stunning views at one of the worlds natural beauty hot spots. 

Thailand is steeped deeply in history with many fascinating monuments and temples to discover and what better way to take in the many sights this country has to offer than to take a Private Jet trip.

The great thing about private jet tours is that you get to maximize your sightseeing time in your chosen country, avoiding the queues of the airports and enlisting the support of experts who can recommend the best places to visit during your stay.

With Thailand spanning from the northern regions on the border of Laos and Cambodia, a Private Jet trip allows you to avoid the busy and often dangerous roads to reach the capital of Bangkok and the southern coastal areas in no time at all.

Start your trip with the magnificent Wat Phra Kaew (see top photo), Bangkok’s largest and most impressive temple. Located within the walls of the Grand Palace and its gardens, this temple is home to the highly regarded Emerald Buddha which sits high up among the lavish gold leaf platforms and pillars, measuring just 2 feet tall.

For some light entertainment, there are plenty of traditional performances for you to consider. In particular, the Joe Lois Puppet Theatre is very popular and not to be overlooked. For something a little more adult, you can always head into the hustle and bustle of Pattaya to take in one of the exotic dance shows.

Returning to your private jet prepare to take off for the northern regions of Thailand to Chiang Mai, the largest and most culturally-significant city in northern Thailand. As night falls, a trip to Chiang Mai is not complete without visiting the famous night market (see photo left) where you will be amazed by the hundreds of stalls offering an eclectic mix of handcrafts, fashion, food and local wares.

This is the perfect place to pick up your souvenirs at a fraction of the price in Bangkok, and you might even be tempted to sample some of the more unusual foods cooked up right in front of you.

Heading back toward Bangkok it is certainly worth stopping off at Ayuthaya. This sacred city was the former capital of Thailand and is home to many ancient temples and monuments. Located within close proximity of one another, hiring a tuk tuk driver for the day is a great way to get around the sites with relative ease and relaxation.

With a diverse mix of temples, beaches, mountains and markets, Thailand really does have something to offer everybody. A private jet tour of this vibrant kingdom is sure to delight you and deliver the ultimate experience of a lifetime.

Check out Thailand timeshare rentals and timeshare exchanges.

Our guest author, Peter Smith, is a business person who loves travel, and enjoys writing about his travel experiences around the world. He prefers Clay Lacy charter jet for travel in various countries.

Photo Credit (top): travelnix.com
Photo Credit (center): chaingmaiontour.com
Photo Credit (bottom): art.com

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