Travel to Thailand to pay attention to Thai customs taboo, to do as the Romans do.
No backslapping, no scaring people from behind.
Women must not wear short skirts and sleeveless clothes when entering the palace, and men must wear collared coats and not wear slippers. Men and women are not allowed to show their shoulders.
When entering the temple, you should take off your shoes, and your clothes should be neat and dignified, preferably not wearing shorts.
Meet monks to yield; Women avoid touching monks, such as offering property, can ask men to do it for them or put it directly on the table.
When greeting, put your hands together and do not point at people or things with your feet.
The head is the most sacred part of the body, and you should not touch the head of others, including children.
Men and women should not be too intimate in public places, and do not lose your temper in public.
Gambling is banned in Thailand, even in the wine room can not play cards or mahjong.
Don't give coins for tips. Usually coins are given to beggars.