Find the Perfect Villa Holiday for You – A Holiday to Remember!

Everybody loves to go on vacation, and if it’s in a villa, why would you say no? Picking the perfect villa is crucial to the experience though, and let’s see how you can narrow your choices down.

Location

First of all, you should speak with your family or friends about what you expect from your vacation. Villas make a great base for keeping active by the sea. If you want to get away from crowds to spend some quality time in your own private haven surrounded by blue turquoise waters, consider accommodation options like Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas which also offers some of the luxury hotels in Thailand.

 

Activities

Now that you’ve picked your villa, take a look at the activities they have to offer, and the places that are close to the place you’re going to stay at. Be it luxury hotels in Thailand, exciting water sports such as water-skiing, wakeboarding, kayaking or a heavenly spa in New Zealand, each place has its own charm and unique things to offer to its guests.

Luxuries

You have chosen to lavish yourself with a villa because you love luxurious living, even if it’s during a holiday. Check if the villa has everything you might need during your stay there, like a Jacuzzi, a great view and an unlimited wine cellar at your service.

Plan ahead

Book early since most of the beast properties go first. If you really want to have an ideal vacation catering to your holiday desires avoid waiting until the last moment.

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Must Visit Attractions in Thailand – Visit Thailand’s quirky gems

Your holiday in fascinating Thailand will let you discover its sublime areas ranging from its treasured attractions to some of the unusual sites like those given below. De read on to more facts.

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The Grand Palace

Bangkok showcases many culture-rich attractions that tell its own story to those who thirst for historical facts. Located in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace will be a great place to start your journey. Even though the palace was a former residence for King Rama V, now it’s used for hosting royal ceremonies. If you’re staying at a hotel in Sukhumvit the likes of Maitria Hotel Sukhumvit 18, it’s a 31-minute drive to this attraction.

Chainat Bird Park

Located in Central Thailand, Chainat Bird Park is adored both by kids and adults alike. A huge eagle sitting in the middle of the lake is quite an unusual sight. You’ll come across plenty of unusual places within the park such as an egg museum, many Chainat Bird Park and a large aviary.

The White Temple, Chiang Rai

One of the most fascinating man-made sites that you should not miss! Once visited, you’ll feel as if it has been set straight from the pages of a fairytale. Located in the northern city of Chiang Rai, this temple is well known for its unique Buddhist structure found here.

Mae Klong Railway Market

Have you ever seen a market on the tracks? A train runs through the middle of Mae Klong Railway Market several times and it’s close enough to touch either side of the market. Only in Thailand! It’s often called Siang Tai (life-risking) by locals due to its numerous stalls attached to the Mae Klong-Ban Laem railway.
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Interesting Facts about Kalutara Bodhiya Sacred temple in the southern coast

In this blog, you’d see the most venerated Buddhist temples in Western Province Sri Lanka and can check them out on your next vacation.

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The Pearl of the Indian Ocean as many of its neighbours would call it, Sri Lanka is the proud owner of centuries of rich culture and heritage. Most of its culture can be attributed to the introduction of Buddhism to the country which took place long years ago

Kalutara

Kalutara is a coastal town that lies within a convenient drive South of Colombo and is also famous for its beaches. A quick escape from the country’s bustling commercial capital, within Kalutara, lies a most sacred and venerated point of interest. While there are a number of tourists who flock to the temple in their numbers, nearby Kalutara hotels such as the well placed Turyaa Kalutara are ready to receive the ever-increasing number of guests.

Kalutara Bodhiya

The Kalutara Temple commonly referred to in local terminology as ‘Kalutara Bodhiya’ also houses the Kalutara Chaitya. Just as much as the country, the Kalutara Temple too had undergone times of turbulence with time

Bo tree

The massive Dagoba and Bo tree that spreads out and stands at a great height are visible from a vast distance. Unlike the many other dagobas in the country, here at the Kalutara Bodhiya, you can enter the dagoba.

Clothes

Since this is a place of religious importance, remember to wear decent. Shorts and mini-skirts are not allowed to the temple premises. You need to be mindful about your footwear. Better not leave it with anyone. You might have to pay an overrated fee. Close to the temple, you can see the beautiful river and the beach