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10 most amazing things to do in Thailand that you must not miss

15/06/2017 | | 0 Comment |

10 most amazing things to do in Thailand that you must not miss

Culture and history, tropical delights and exquisite cuisines, Thailand is a land of many wonders. One finds the right mix of culture and spirituality, history and adventure here. Of course, the omnipresent Thai smiles always remains your faithful companion, and follows you wherever you go.

A visitor to Thailand has so much to explore, discover and appreciate. From the sandy white beaches to the tropical forests, from the warm Thai cuisine to the bustling markets, the options are unlimited. Planning a trip to Thailand anytime soon? This blog brings you the 10 most amazing things to do in Thailand. 

  • Chiang Rai White Temple

White Temple, also known as the Wat Rong Khun, is regard as one the architectural masterpieces of this century. Created by the artist Chaloemchai Kositpipat, it reflects the artist’s grand visions of heaven, hell and Nirvana. On closer observation, one can decipher pictures of international heroes like Spiderman and Sailor Moon hidden in the murals.

  • Ayutthaya Historical Park

Ayutthaya Historical Park, with its historic temples, palaces and remnants of the ancient kingdom of Ayutthaya, is Thailand most precious historical site. This 715 acres area has been included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991. Some of the major attractions here are Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Mongkhon Bophit and Wat Na Phra Meru, among others. So, if you are planning your holidays in Thailand, don't miss out to visit this place.

  • Bangkok’s Grand Palace

The Grand Palace in Bangkok is one of the top tourist attractions in Thailand. The palace is divided into three main zones, the outer, middle and inner courts. The main attraction of the Outer Court is the Temple of Emerald Buddha. The Inner Court is adorned with sophisticated decorations inspired by European Renaissance Era. In the middle court, on can witness the Chakri Mahaprasat Throne Hall, which later served as the residence of King Rama V.

  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Visiting the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market should find a mention in your list of things to do in Thailand. Every morning, boat vendors assemble at Damnoen Saduak (a canal) to sell products from their plantations. These vary from fruits to vegetables. One of the best ways of capturing the real feel of the entire event is to arrive there early morning and catch a boat ride.

  • Bo Sang Umbrella Village

The small craft village of Bo Sang lies just outside Chiang Mai, a famous tourist attraction. This place is famous for its handmade paper umbrellas whose brilliant designs remain unaffected by the rains. These incredible umbrellas are produced from piles of bamboo struts and sheets of paper made from mulberry bark. The Bo Sang Umbrella Festival, held every January, witnesses a parade through the village’s main narrow street.

  • Khao Yai National Park

Among the places to see in Thailand, Khao Yai National Park occupies a top position. This massive park, covering almost 2,168sq.km, stretches over 4 provinces. The park is comprised of mixed forests, wide plains, grasslands and rainforests. Some of the popular activities in the park include bird and butterfly watching, trekking and animal watching. This park is also home to several waterfalls like Pha Kluai Mai Waterfall and Kong Kaeo Waterfall, besides many others.

  • Nai Harn Beach

Nai Harn Beach is a quiet lovely beach in Phuket. It attracts beach lovers with its spectacular scenery and calm azure waters. No wonder then, that it’s fast becoming one of Thailand’s most popular getaway destinations. This small bay is home to only a select number of hotels, shops and restaurants. With The Royal Phuket Yacht Club nearby, it becomes a popular anchorage for boats during the high season.

  • Relax with a yoga class 

Relaxing with a yoga class is a particular favorite with the tourists and the locals alike. There is a unique charm in practicing yoga on one of the many beaches of Thailand, amidst complete solitude. Most of the islands have meditation and yoga centers, and it’s really worthwhile enrolling in of these yoga classes on the island. 

  • Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay is a place of multiple attractions. This marine national park, covering an area of 25,000 acres, is home to a large number of limestone mountains of varying sizes and shapes. It also hosts a mangrove forest and a breeding area, largely of marine animals. Koh Panyi is one among the many attractions in the park. Koh Phanak, a wonderful island with stalagmite and stalactite caves, along with a small-tiered waterfall, are other attractions.

  • Phi Phi Islands

Visiting the Phi Phi Islands is one of the most popular things to do in Thailand. The breathtaking natural beauty of these islands have attracted visitors globally. The options here include taking a stroll along the white sands of Maya Gulf and Phi Phi Lay Island. Enjoy the boat ride to Pilay, the inner sea of the gulf, or enjoy a marvelous view from the top of Phi Phi Don Island.

 



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