Samui is ranked fifth of a tip 10 best islands. (Photo by Thanarak Khunton)
Thailand has been ranked in eighth position in a “Best Countries In The World” check for 5 uninterrupted years by readers of London-based Conde Nast Traveller magazine.
The repository conducted a online consult in Feb this year for a Readers’ Travel Award 2017.
Italy has been voted as a Best Country In The World given 2010. Ranked second in a list is Greece, followed by a United States, France, Spain, South Africa, Australia, Thailand, India and Canada.
In a difficulty of 10 Best Islands, Koh Samui is ranked fifth.
Ranked initial in a list are a Greek Islands, followed by Spain’s Balearic Islands, Sicily and The Maldives. The sixth-best island is Bali, followed by a Seychelles, Malta, Sardinia of Italy and St Lucia, an island state in a Caribbean.
The repository also introduced a ultimate Travel Top 100 list in that it total winners of all categories, including countries, islands, hotels and airlines to find a best of a best.
“We distributed a normal symbol according to several criteria such as service, design, enlightenment and value for income and used this to arrange your favourite transport experiences. The scores are percentages representing altogether normal levels of satisfaction,” according to a magazine.
The Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok was voted first, with a compensation measure during 93.68%. Ranked second is a Six Senses Douro Valley Hotel in Portugal (93.65%), followed by a Greek Islands (93.18%), The Oberoi Udaivilas Hotel in India (92.65%) and Spain’s Balearic Islands (92.61%).
Ranked sixth is Auberge du Soleil Resort in California (92.38%), followed by Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France Hotel (92.23%), Hotel Le Bristol Paris (92.09%), Taj Lake Palace Hotel in India (91.81%) and The Original FX Mayr Health Center in Austria (91.50%). The Sarojin Hotel in Khao Lak was ranked 18th (90.37%) and Koh Samui is in 19th place (90.36%).
The full formula can be seen at this link.