The country of Thailand expressively flaunts its modern cities, Buddhist temples, handicrafts, tribal cultures, and scenic beauties. It comprises of ancient ruins and coastlines that would sparkle up your holidays. Here are the 10 best places to visit in Thailand;
The islands in Thailand are a gift of nature to the county. The sceneries are gorgeous mainly in Phuket. The island of Phuket is connected to the mainland by two bridges, displaying out picturesque scenic beauty. Out of the three main islands falling to the east of Bangkok, to the Gulf and by Andaman, Phuket is the largest and most popular.
Being the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok has high rise buildings, ancient temples, bustling markets, nightclubs and all you need to enjoy city parties in a foreign country. Even though you might find too much of crowd, you won’t miss noticing the beauty of Bangkok. Starting with Khao San Road, you can explore the must-visit places like Wat Phra Kaew containing the emerald statue of Lord Buddha.
Chaing Mai is surrounded by mountains and hill stations. If you’re a nature lover, you must spend a day or two here. The landscapes are lush green while the tribes would welcome you while you enjoy your adventures. There is a temple named, ‘Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep’, that you simply cannot miss visiting. You might also enjoy trekking around other historical sites.
Kanchanaburi is located in western Thailand. You will find convenience in accessibility to national parks and waterfalls from here. The parks that are most visited are Erawan and Srinakarind National Parks. The Bridge ove the river Kwai is what makes this place famous among tourists.
The city of Ayuthaya is sit on an island surrounded by 3 rivers. It is located in Chao Phraya River Valley. It has more than 400 temples and 3 palaces. It would founded in the year 1350. It is a great place for history buffs and a wonderful place for lovers of nature.
This is where you must spend a day. It is considered to be one of Thailand’s most beautiful wildlife reserves. It covers forests, lakes, limestone karsts etc. It is home to the most amazing wildlife sanctuaries and parks in Thailand. You can enjoy trekking and photography of animals, waterfalls, natural pools karsts, and vistas.
This falls in south Thailand accessible by boats only. The limestone cliffs are gigantic and stunning. Mountaineers cannot resist but climb these rocks. The beaches here are not as crowded and noisy as others. There are several resorts you can choose from for your vacation stay.
Phanom Rung is located near the village of Nang Rong, in northeastern Thailand. It is a Hindu temple sanctuary dedicated to Lord Shiva and was built in the 10th and 13th centuries. The sunlight passes through all the 15 santuary doorsways only 4 times a year, and it is during this time the festival of Phanom Rung is celebrated and the park extend its hours of operation.
Pai used to be a quiet village sometime back. The valley here is spectacular and the atmosphere is pleasingly beautiful. It consists of foothills and mountains with options for trekking and visiting hill tribes. There are elephant camps and hot springs right outside the city. The Pai river as well is another destination for adventure.
It serves as a hub for the tourist visiting the Goldern Triangle. It is a busy town but this is a play you must stay. It is considered to be the base for exploring the regions surrounding it, the reason why it is quiet during the day, but the night is beautiful with neon light flash on, restaurants and stalls for exploring.