Thailand

With millions of tourists flocking each year, Thailand is Asia's primary tropical destination where the modern juxtaposes with the old: skyscrapers, trendy shops, upscale neighborhoods, and vibrant culture of Buddhist traditions, and spectacular cuisine.

Popular Destinations

Bangkok

The spectacle of traffic jams and golden temples, exotic markets, a continuous buzz, and an alluring profile make it the most visited city in Asia. Thailand's capital and the largest city offer travelers anything from budget attractions to superb, first-class entertainment. Above all, a never-ending string of sights and sites like the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo, Wat Pho, and the National Museum, where thousands of exquisite collections are housed. Bangkok also offers shopping from various touristic outlets pushing silks, handicrafts, and counterfeit watches, through home-grown boutiques selling street-wise fashions and stunning contemporary decor, to thronging local markets where half the fun is watching the crowds. 

 

Phuket 

Thailand's largest island is a magnet of water-loving, beach relaxing visitors. Many of its beaches are of incredible beauty, with world-renowned resorts offering diving and snorkeling unlike anywhere else. From the main resorts, Ao Patong, Ao Karon, and nearby Ao Kata are the best money to buy. Superb seafood, swimming along dazzling shorelines, and lots of exciting entertainment are what to expect on this exotic island.

 

Koh Samui Island 

If you are a lover of nature, Samui island is the ideal place to visit. It is a tropical paradise, surrounded by azure waters and beaches extending beyond the horizon. But the island is much more than that: its thriving food scene is among the best in Thailand, while its eclectic clubs and bars allow it to compete with other places legends. You will have the opportunity to stroll into the Namuang Waterfalls - exciting water cascades with natural pools to swim in, the Cameron Hansen Gallery -which includes Asian cultures, landscapes, and history. You will also see the giant Buddha and the Wat Plai Laem temple. The distinctive Angthong National Marine Park and the Grandpa and Grandma Rocks - natural large granite rocks that do not look like a usual natural wonder - are few examples of what you will enjoy in this Thailand hidden gems. 

 

Krabi

Krabi is famous for its scenic view and breathtaking beaches and Islands. Its coral reef vistas are also one of the world's most beautiful, making the city an excellent coral diving spot. Krabi is relatively untouched. The province still manages to retain its natural charm. There's a lot for you to see in Krabi, from picturesque tropical islands to pristine natural parks.

 

Chiang Mai

It is a land of misty mountains and colorful hill tribes, a paradise for shoppers and enjoyment for adventurers. Chiang Mai is a place where the past and the present ideally merge with modern buildings standing side by side with venerable temples. The curious explorer can extend their horizons with Thai massages, culinary opportunities, and various handicrafts and antiques.  

 

Best Things to do in Thailand

 

Taste the Street Food

Thai food culture is exciting, communal, and rewards those willing to take risks with new dishes. Browsing the country's markets and streets, you will find different kinds of food, and every street in every city will have various tables selling their products. From Pad Thai to Som Tam (papaya salad) to grilled meats, it is all available at any time of the day.  

 

Visit Phang Nga Bay

The best way to explore this exceptional natural beauty is with one full-day tour from Phuket or Kabri. The bay offers up mountains cloaked in some of the world's oldest rainforests. Below the water lie some of Thailand'sThailand's most unique coastal treasures. It is famous for its magnificent view with limestone cliffs rising out of green water. There are caves, lagoons, and tiny secluded beaches awaiting exploration.

 

Visit the Grand Palace 

The Grand Palace is a collection of buildings at the heart of Bangkok. The palace was built to serve as King'sKing's residence and as administrative offices. The mural painting on the Emerald Buddha wall represented the scene of Buddhist cosmology, whereas the front showed the stage of the Lord Buddha'sBuddha's culture. It is beautiful in an exciting place to visit.

 

Experience The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

It is one of the most popular floating markets in ThailandThere are wood boats everywhere going up and down the canals selling all kinds of foods and fruits. A visit to this market will give you a real perspicacity into how things were in the past. You will enjoy the narrow canals and small wooden post houses in this river packed with wonders.

 

Go to Koh Phi Phi

It is a charming island situated in Krabi and is a must-visit site on any trip to Thailand. It offers a massive range of experiences, from all-night parties, hotels, restaurants to quiet relaxation on some of Thailand'sThailand's most impressive beaches. 

 

Visit Khao Yai National Park

The park comprises rain forests and grasslands, which all adds up to many animals to see. There are an estimated 300 species of birds in the garden and bears, elephants, deer, gibbons, and macaques. There are a couple of waterfalls in the park that are well worth a visit and are easily accessible by car. As it is closed to Bangkok, visiting the park is an easy way to endure Thailand'sThailand's natural side.

 

Don't miss Doi Suthep.

Doi Suthep is a mountain that stands at over 5400 feet, 12km outside of Chiang Mai. You will have an overview of all of Chiang Mai, which is tremendous and worth the journey on its own, but also you can visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a temple dating back to the 13th century. There is a large white elephant shrine at the temple, which has a whole story about it that you can learn about while at the temple. 

 

Taste the fresh Coconut

All over Thailand, you will reach coconut sellers standing by the side of the road with their simple stalls. Coconut water is delicious and maybe the perfect beverage while touring in this fantastic country's tropical areas.

 

Discover the City of Ayutthaya

A UNESCO World Heritage Site was initially the capital of Thailand and was founded in 1350 when King U Thong relocated to the city to escape the disease. However, in 1767 the Burmese army marched on the town and destroyed almost every part of it. The kingdom dropped and was never the same again. The city's ruins are preserved in the historical park and are undoubtedly worth visiting when in the country.