Thailand, with so many things to offer, has been always the top choice holiday destination for many travellers. From bustling modern cities to peaceful countryside villages, from lush tropical forest to sunny sandy beaches, from delicious street food to sophisticated 5 star dishes, Thailand has everything for dreaming vacations. Thai people are famously friendly; therefore, Thailand is also known as “The Land of Smiles”.
Phuket and Koh Samui are famous worldwide for its golden tropical beaches. These are also the places of world class hotels, top best beach resorts, luxury spas, upscale boutiques and high-end restaurants. Less-touristy Krabi’s coastline is dotted with limestone cliffs and pinnacles which rise steeply out of the turquoise sea, offering endless opportunities for snorkeling, diving and rock-climbing.
Bangkok can’t be missed in a trip to Thailand. It seems that this vibrant capital city never sleeps. All day long, the roads are full of cars and noisy tuk tuks. The pavements are always overcrowded with local food stalls or small vendors selling fragrant flowers, fruits... Modern shopping malls, chill bars, fashionable restaurants and coffee shops, crowded night markets, you will never get bored in this city.
Located at the north of Bangkok, Kanchanaburi boasts a green getaway with mountains and rivers. Kanchanaburi is also a great city for those who love history as it has many WWII sites including the famous Bridge over the River Kwai and the Hellfire Pass. The ruins of wats and palaces at Ayutthaya, once the royal capital of The Siamese Kingdom, create an atmospheric insight into this once-magnificent city.
Chiang Mai, surrounded by forested foothills, is blissfully calm and an ideal escape from the busy cities in the south. Thailand’s “Rose of the North” is the former seat of Lan Na Kingdom so it offers unique architecture, cuisine and handicrafts. Chiang Mai is known as Thailand’s cultural hub where nurtures gifted wood carvers, silk weavers and artists. Chiang Rai, a peaceful neighbor of Chiang Mai, is a home of several ethnic minorities and hill tribe people living in beautiful remote villages. Just a few kilometres from Chiang Rai town is the Not far away is the Golden Triangle, the former center of opium growing in this border area.
Known as Southeast Asia’s top tourist destination, Thailand appeals travellers with its local hospitality, delectable cuisine, ancient temples, white sandy beaches & unspoiled islands
With many to offer, from the exotic and bustling capital like Bangkok, beautiful beaches city like Phuket to peaceful countryside city like Chiang Mai, Thailand will amaze travelers of all styles.
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