Thailand is a wondrous kingdom, featuring Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, and spectacular islands.
Along with a fascinating history and a unique culture that includes delectable Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city, and friendly people who epitomize Thailand’s “land of smiles” reputation.
NOTE : The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office currently advise against ALL travel to the South of Thailand.
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- Erawan Falls – a major attraction of the Erawan National Park in Western Thailand, named after the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology.
- Ao Nang – the most popular beach town in Krabi, originally a backpacker hotspot but now moving slowly upmarket as the airport brings in higher flyers.
- Floating Markets near Bangkok – though today floating markets typically function as tourist attractions, they still remain vibrant places brimming with scrumptious food.
- Hua Hin Beach – has been a long-time favourite getaway for Bangkok residents, today the 8 km long beach is also popular with tourists, with the highest concentration of golf courses in all of Thailand.
- Prasat Hin Phimai – boasts some of the most impressive Khmer ruins in Thailand, although built as a Mahayana Buddhist temple, the carvings also feature many Hindu deities.
- Khao Yai National Park – the third-largest national park in Thailand, homes to a wide array of wildlife, including Asian elephants and black bears.
- Mu Ko Ang Thong – is a popular national park in the Gulf of Thailand, consisting of 42 islands which are close together for easy island hopping.
- Sukhothai Historical Park – located in northern Thailand, the park contains the ruins of Sukhothai, the capital of the kingdom of the same name during the 13th and 14th centuries.
- Ko Nang Yuan – is a tiny island very close to Ko Tao, with beautiful beaches and its clear waters are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.
- Wat Arun – this lavishly adorned temple was built to honor Aruna, the Hindu god that is most commonly represented by the radiations of the rising sun.
- Chiang Mai Night Bazaar – the famous Night Bazaar sprawls along several city blocks along footpaths, inside buildings and temple grounds.
- Ko Lipe – a tiny island, small enough to be covered by foot within about an hour, boasts four gorgeous beaches whose waters are home to about 25 percent of the world’s fish species.
- Chatuchak Weekend Market – is the largest of its kind in Thailand, with more than 8,000 stalls peddling wares ranging from antiques to clothes to furniture.
- Khao Sok National Park – the remnants of an ancient rainforest stretch across the park, which is split by a dramatic limestone mountain range.
- Phanom Rung – sitting on an extinct volcano this Hindu temple, constructed of sandstone and laterite, is regarded for its outstanding architecture.
- Similan Islands – this archipelago is one of the most popular diving destinations in the country, with gorgeous coral reefs and underwater rock formations.
- Full Moon Party at Haad Rin – is an all-night beach party that draws a crowd of about 20,000-30,000 every single month.
- Thai-Burma Railway (Death Railway) – The two-hour train journey is one of Thailand’s most scenic and most popular train rides.
- Ayuthaya Historical Park – contains the ruins of the second capital of Siam, renovations that began in the late 1960s restored the once-vibrant city to much of its former glory.
- Mu Ko Chang National Park – this exquisite national park is made up of more than 50 islands, feature white sand beaches, premium snorkeling and diving sites and many waterfalls.
- Northern Hill Tribes – It is possible to go on a trekking tour and visit one of the numerous villages where they are happy to receive tourists.
- Railay – this popular rock-climbing destination, with more than 700 bolted rock-climbing routes as well as several stunning beaches and of caves.
- Grand Palace – as the official residence of the kings of Siam, the Grand Palace is perhaps the most famous attraction in the bustling city of Bangkok.
- Phang Nga Bay – is one of the top tourist attractions in Thailand with its beautiful caves, aquatic grottoes and limestone islands.
- Ko Phi Phi – a beautiful archipelago famous as the filming location for the movie “The Beach”, with the beaches providing a variety of water recreation activities.