Tuorism in thailand (CICI)


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Tuorism in thailand (CICI)

  1. 1. វវវវវវវវវវវវវវវវវវ វវវវវវវវវវវវវវវវវ CAMBODIA INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION INSTITUTE
  2. 2. TOPIC SUBJECT: Literature Studies
  3. 3. Content I. Introduction II. Body 2.1. What to sea 2.1.1. Natural 2.1.2. Culture 2.1.3. Historical 2.2. Where to stay 2.3. What/Where to Eat 2.4. How to travel III. Conclusion
  4. 4. I. Introduction At the heart of South East Asia, Thailand is an independent kingdom combining 20th-century sophistication with an ancient culture that has evolved over the past 700 years. Covering just over 500,000 sq km it is bordered by Malaysia to the south, Myanmar to the west, Laos to the north and Cambodia to the east. It is unique amongst Southeast Asian nations in that it has never been occupied by a foreign colonial power. Largely as a result, it has maintained a cohesive sense of national identity and traditional culture. Kingdom of Thailand Ratcha Anachak Thai Flag Thailand Group: 12 Emblem Map Thailand In World Page: 1
  5. 5. I. Introduction Capital And largest city Bangkok 13045N100029E Official languages Thai Official script Ethnic gruop(2009) Thai alphabet 75% Thai 14% Thai Chinese 11% Other (incl. Malay. Khmer ‘Hill tribes’) Demonym Government -King Thai Unitaty parliamentary constituional monarchy Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama IX -Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra PT Legislatyre National Assembly -Upper house Senate -Lower house House of Representatives Group: 12 Page: 2
  6. 6. I. Introduction Formation -SukhoThai Kingdom 1238-1448 -Ayutthaya Kingdom 1351-1767 -Thonburi Kingdom 1768-1782 -Rattankosin Kingdom 6 April 1782 -Constitutiponal monarchy 24 June 1932 Area -Total 513 120 km2 51st 198 115 sq mi -Water % 0.4 Group: 12 2 230 km2 Page: 3
  7. 7. I. Introduction Population -2011 estimate 66 720 153 20th -2010 census 65 479 453 -Density 132 1/ km2 (88th ) 342/sqmi GDP PPP 2013 estimate -Total $121 985 billion -Per capita $6 572 Gini 2010 39.4 medium HDI 0.690 medium 103rd Currency Baht THB Time zone UTC+7 Drives on the left Calling code +66 ISO 3166 code TH Internet TLD th Group: 12 Page: 4
  8. 8. Map of Thailand Group: 12 Page: 5
  9. 9. I. History There is evidence of human habitation in Thailand that has been dated at 40,000 years before the present. Similar to other regions in Southeast Asia, Thailand was heavily influenced by the culture and religions of India, starting with the Kingdom of Funan around the 1st century CE to the Khmer Empire. The ruins of Wat Chaiwatthanaram atAyutthaya. The city was burned and sackedin 1767 by a Burmese army under the KingHsinbyushin. Group: 12 Stupas at Ayutthaya Historical Park Page: 6
  10. 10. I. History 20th century An example of pottery discovered near Ban Chiang in Udon Thani province, the earliest dating to 2100 BCE. Phimai, Prasat Phimai is the largest temple in the country from the Khmer Empire. The immense 19 metre high gilded statue of a seated Buddha in Wat Phanan Choeng, the latter from 1324, pre-dates the founding of the city. Group: 12 Page: 7
  11. 11. I. History 15 metre high Buddha image in Sukhothai, Phra Achana , built in 13th Century Painting of Ayutthaya, ordered by the Dutch East India Company, 1665. Kosa Pan presents King Narai's letter to Louis XIV at Versailles, 1 September 1686. Group: 12 Page: 8
  12. 12. What to island? Group: 12 Page: 9
  13. 13. What is Phuket? Phuket Island is 50km long and you're never far from the sea at any given point. The basic information, listed below, should be studied in advance of a stay on the island. Listed are business hours, practical advice and essential information to make your Phuket stay an optimal one. The Island Phuket Group: 12 Page: 10
  14. 14.  Thailand has hundreds of islands both in the Gulf of Siam and in the Andaman Sea. All of the islands of Thailand are coastal islands.  Formerly most of the islands in Thailand were uninhabited, but in recent times many have been developed as tourist resorts.  Some of the island groups in Thailand come in clusters of numerous individual islands.  Phang Nga bay has 67, the Mu Ko Chang National Park has 52, Tarutao National Marine Park has 51, and Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park has 42. Owing to the large amount of islands in Thailand the list below is not all-inclusive Group: 12 Page: 11
  15. 15.  Phuket is a melting pot of indigenous Thais, Thai-Chinese, ethnic Malays and even sea gypsies.  The majority of the population in the rural areas is Muslim.  Outside of the provincial town, the rural folk speak with a thick Southern dialect which is difficult for even other Thais to understand.  The provincial town’s economy having boomed over the past decade has led to a lot of the youngsters leading similar lives to those in Bangkok.  Altogether, the lifestyle of the urban Sino-Thais in Phuket resembles that of their counterparts in Bangkok. Group: 12 Page: 12
  16. 16. Village Phuket Tin roof kaleidoscope: sea gypsy village, as seen from Wat Siray hill. 1 2 Sea gypsy women arrive home with the day’s catch. 3 Group: 12 The glorious glittering, culture centre. abandoned Page: 13
  17. 17. Village Phuket 5 4 Fish traps in the making. The village chief whittles away a sunny afternoon. Group: 12 Page: 14
  18. 18. History Phuket  Phuket nestles in balmy Andaman Sea waters on Thailand's Indian Ocean coastline 862 kilometers south of Bangkok.  Phuket formerly derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoyed a rich and colorful history.  The island was on one of the major trading routes between India and China, and was frequently mentioned in foreign trader’s ship logs.  In recent times, though, Phuket's top earner has been tourism, which has transformed the island into Thailand's wealthiest province.  Phuket enjoys great popularity as a travel destination Most beaches are on the west coast, with Phuket Town to the southeast and the airport in the north. Group: 12 Page: 15
  19. 19. Where to Stay? Thailand features not only some of the finest hotels and resorts in the world but also arguably the greatest variety of accommodation to choose from. Thailand accommodation options range from rural home stays to luxurious five-star sparesorts and nearly everything in between.  Swisssotel Nai Lert Park Bangkok(5-star luxury hotel)  Peninsula Bangkok(the great place to stay i the world)  Patong Merlin Hotel Phuket(is renowed for its stunning palmfringed beached and sparkling) Group: 12 Page: 16
  20. 20. Where to Eat?  Baan Rim Pa Restaurant (Supper/Night Dining, View/Scenery, Fine Dining, Children/Family,)  Blue Elephant (Fine Dining Corporate Functions Private Dining)  Expresso (Afternoon Tea, Brunch, Buffet, Children/Family, Fine Dining Supper/Night Dining ) Group: 12 Page: 17
  21. 21. What to Eat?  Tom Yam Goong (The flavour is a unique combination of spicy hot and sour and makes for an ideal start to a meal, or - when paired with rice - a worthy main dish.)  Pad Thai (a diner-participation meal; you put on the finishing touches of fish sauce, sugar, chili powder, and crushed peanuts to suit your taste.)  Kuay Tiew (Noodle Soup) Brush up on your chopstick skills and get your slurping muscles ready, noodle soup is a quick-and-easy staple of the Thai eating experience.  Kao Phad (Fried Rice) Ah, good old fried rice. Augmented with your choice of meat ' shrimp and chicken being the most popular. Spice to taste with chili sauce and enjoy. Group: 12 Page: 18
  22. 22. How to Travel?  Airplane (See Over the View)  Bus (View along the Street)  Taxi (See the View Around Phuket)  Tuk Tuk (See the View Around Phuket)  Boat (See the view in the Sea) Group: 12 Page: 19
  23. 23. Conclusion Abstract The service industry and tourism market become nowadays a core business driver within an impulse globalization. The Amphawa floating market and home stay witnesses that higher tourism trend. The tourism relevant activities reflect some doubtful impacts on involving stakeholders tourist. Group: 12 Page: 20
  24. 24. Reference http://www.clickvacationthai.com/en http://www.bangkok.com/food-top10.htm http://www.travbuddy.com/Thailand-popular-cities-c76 http://www.sea-phuket.com/ http://www.babaphuket.com/phuket-luxury-restaurant-best-sea-viewrestaurant-thailand.html?gclid=CPWe9dq_u7sCFfFz4godHg0Aog http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phuket_Province http://www.travelfish.org/blogs/thailand/2013/02/18/sea-gypsy-villagephuket/ http://www.tourismthailand.org/Phuket