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Do’s and Don’t in Thailand

There are somethings you could do freely and there are somethings that is inappropriate for you to do. This page will educate you how you should behave in Thailand so you can have a safe and fun vacation!

The Monarchy

Thai people have a very deep and traditional respect towards the Royal Family. Visitor should, at all cost, show respect towards the King, the Queen, and the Royal children.


Tourist should dress properly when visiting religious shrines and temple. They should never go in topless, or in shorts, skirts, or any other inappropriate dress. It is acceptable to wear shoes while walking around the compound of a Buddhist Temple but should never wear them inside the temple where the Buddha image is kept.

Every Buddha image is regarded as a sacred object. Tourists should never climb, touch, or do anything that indicate a lack of respect.

Buddhist monks are forbidden to touch or be touched by a woman. Therefore, if a woman has to give anything to a monk, she should hand it to a man first before he presents it to the monk.

Social Norms

Thai people normally don’t shake hands when they greet each other. They instead “wai” which is a gesture where the palms are press together with a slight bow. In general, a younger person should “wai” an elder, which show a sign of respect.

Thai regard the head as the highest part of the body. Therefore, avoid touching people on the head and try not to point your feet at people or on an object. It is considered very rude. Shoes should also be removed when entering a private Thai home.

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