Many Barcelona inhabitants have taken a keen interest on the exotic country of Thailand, and it is not difficult to see why. The total flight duration from Bangkok, Thailand to Barcelona, Spain is usually around 12 hours or so. Thailand is among the most beautiful destinations on the planet thanks to its unique blend of culture, history, cities and beaches.
Whether it’s relaxing among the waves, sailing on the rivers or visiting its world-class cities, there is always something to do in Thailand. Thailand has been a popular tourist destination for decades, and its popularity has kept increasing over the last years.
There is no doubt that in Thailand you’ll find many of the most beautiful beaches on the planet. Tourists that have already traveled there will quickly tell you that the beauty of this charming country makes for some of the best vacations in the world. When you couple this with Thailand’s enormous amounts of history and culture you’ll realize that there is never a shortage of things to do in this country.
Thailand has a huge advantage over other tourist destinations: Because many zones of this country are yet to be untouched by development, it is easy to find serenity and relaxation if you wish to do so. The city’s reaches have not gotten very far, which means that tourists from all preferences will find something to love dearly. And now, the country is also related to Barcelona through cinema.
There are quite a few moments in life so powerful and startling that millions never forget the exact moment they happened. For many people, the tsunami that hit Southeast Asia on December 26, 2004, is one of such moments. Acclaimed Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona chose to direct “The Impossible”, a film based upon the catastrophic natural disaster of 2004. Bayona chose to film “The Impossible” in Thailand to give the film a realistic effect that would have been difficult to capture elsewhere. If you are interested in what do around this film, it is possible to find some information with a simple search online.
Many viewers agree that the tsunami shot in the new film “The Impossible” is so realistic that in its intensity that it is easy to think that you’re watching actual documentary footage of the natural disaster that struck Thailand eight years ago. Nowadays, it is possible to see the beautiful beaches were the tsunami struck in all their glory. Where the natural disaster occurred back in 2004, there is only calm and serenity left.