Cities in Thailand
There’s obviously more cities in Thailand, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.
What is the top gay cities in Thailand?
What currency is used in Thailand?
Thailand uses the Thai Baht (THB) as its currency. Most places accept credit cards, but it's a fabulous idea to carry some cash for smaller purchases and street food.
Is it expensive in Thailand?
Darling, Thailand can cater to all budgets. While some luxury experiences may be pricey, it's generally quite affordable. Just watch out for those temptations to go on a shopping spree! 💸
Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Thailand?
That depends on your nationality and the length of your stay. Most tourists can enter Thailand without a visa for a short stay. Just make sure to check the latest requirements and ensure your passport is valid for at least six months.
Is Thailand gay friendly?
Absolutely! Thailand is known for its vibrant gay scene and welcoming attitude. Just remember to be respectful of local customs and traditions.
Is gay marriage allowed in Thailand?
As fabulous as Thailand is, same-sex marriage is not legally recognized yet. However, the country is quite progressive, and changes may come in the future.
Can I use English in Thailand?
Yes, darling! Most people in the tourist industry speak English, but it never hurts to learn a few basic Thai phrases to get even more smiles from the locals.
Should I leave a tip for the waiter in Thailand?
Tipping is not mandatory but appreciated. If you’ve enjoyed the service, feel free to leave a little extra for the staff.
What's the best time of year to visit Thailand?
November to February is the best time to visit Thailand, as it offers a fabulous balance of great weather and reasonable prices. However, the country is delightfully diverse, so there's never a bad time to explore its wonders!
What's the local language in Thailand, and how do I say basic phrases?
The local language is Thai. Here are some basic phrases, including a couple of fun and gay ones:
- Hello: Sawasdee (krub/kha)
- Thank you: Khop khun (krub/kha)
- How much?: Tao rai?
- You are handsome/beautiful: Khun lor/khun suay
- Gorgeous!: Suay Mak Mak!
What's the local cuisine like in Thailand, and what are some must-try dishes?
Thai cuisine is simply divine! Some must-try dishes include:
- Pad Thai
- Tom Yum Goong
- Green Curry
- Mango Sticky Rice
- Som Tum (Papaya Salad)
What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Thailand?
In case of emergency, dial 1669 for medical assistance, 199 for police emergencies, and 1554 for tourist police.
Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Thailand?
Respect the Royal Family, dress modestly in temples, avoid touching someone's head, and don't point your feet at people or sacred objects. Have a fabulous time in Thailand, and you'll fit right in!