Top 4 Cities That Thais Love To Visit In The UK
Many Thai people love to visit the UK to experience the culture, history and friendliness of the local people. Wherever you travel in the UK, England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland there are many fascinating cities to visit each with their own particular famous attractions and landmarks. According to blogs, articles and reviews here are the top four cities Thais love to visit in the UK.
London – London, the UK’s capital city welcomes people from all over the world many of whom come from Thailand. Jump on a traditional open top double decker red London bus for an exciting tour of the city’s world renowned attractions such as the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the Tower of London, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye. Of course, there will be plenty of time to go shopping, have a meal in a gourmet restaurant and a pint of beer in a traditional British pub.
Edinburgh – Edinburgh is a capital city of Scotland and a wonderful place to visit. Experience the very best of sightseeing, restaurants, nightlife and accommodation here during your UK holiday from Thailand. Getting around the city to do is easy on foot as most tourist attractions are within the old town so you don’t miss out on visiting Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish Parliament, Scott Monument, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Edinburgh Zoo.
Oxford – Oxford in the south east of England is the oldest university city in the UK. The city centre is pedestrianised and all major tourist sites are well sign posted. Cycling is widely encouraged so why not hire a bike to get you around from A to B through the many cycle lanes in and out of the city centre. As a visitor from Thailand you will want to see the city’s well known landmarks so head for the Bodleian Library, Hertford Bridge, University Church of St. Mary the Virgin and the Taylorian Institute to name but a few. Spend a night out at the Sheldonian Theatre to enjoy an English play to get an idea of how many locals like to spend their evenings
Birmingham – Birmingham in the West Midlands is the second largest city in the UK and very cosmopolitan. It’s an exciting cultural destination and a great place to shop too with a huge range of chic shopping malls selling an extensive range of the latest fashionable products. There is plenty of public transport to take you around the city such as buses, trams, minibuses, taxis or just have a walk around yourself. Spend some time visiting Aston Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery or for something different take a trip to Cadbury World, a tourist chocolate making factory south of the city centre.