A Quick Introduction To The 9 Regions Of England For First Time Thai Visitors

First time Thai visitors to the UK usually land at Heathrow Airport in London so London is the first place they will probably see. There’s so much to see and do in the UK’s capital that Thai people won’t know where to start. Below are some of the top nine regions that Thais would enjoy visiting.

Central London – with many restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs, theatres and famous landmarks to see it’s highly recommended for Thai visitors to use the services of a knowledgeable guide. This capital city is very busy like Bangkok so plan ahead to get the most out of your visit.

Manchester – as well as having fantastic shopping centres Manchester in the North of England has two well-known football teams. Thai people enjoy watching football so seeing either Manchester United or Manchester City play would be a thrilling experience.

Leeds – the beautiful city of Leeds in Yorkshire offers visitors from all over the world a wonderful shopping Leeds Cityexperience. There are many brand name shops along with fabulous markets where Thai first time visitors can browse and purchase goods to take back home with them.

Newcastle – this region in the North East of England is not only home to a famous football team but is also the gateway to many stunning places in Northumberland. Visitors from Thailand are sure to enjoy seeing Hadrian’s Wall, the Derwent Reservoir, Holy Island and Alnwick Castle to name a few.

The Lake District in Cumbria – if it’s magnificent scenery, delightful villages and a picture postcard image you’re looking for, then the Lake District won’t disappoint. It’s steeped in history, has many interesting walks over the hills and is a definite must-visit.

Devon and Cornwall – the grass is really greener here more than any other place in the UK. With a warm welcome first time visitors especially from Thailand will appreciate the friendliness of the locals. Enjoy eating the Cornish cuisine and try the famous cider too.

Norfolk Broads – for something really spectacular a holiday in the UK wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Norfolk Broads in East Anglia. With beautiful waterways, canal boats and windmills the Broads really are the perfect region to enjoy a fascinating holiday.

The Cotswolds – for beauty, tranquility and simply out of this world scenery, the Cotswolds in West Central England are the place for first timers from Thailand to visit. People from all over the world marvel at the majestic hills, the stunning rivers as well as the peaceful, remote countryside locations.

Oxfordshire – for culture and an opportunity to see the well-known University, Oxford offers holidaymakers the chance to soak up quite a different atmosphere. Enjoy walking by the river, searching through old bookshops, visiting art galleries and museums as well as dining out in style.