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Thailand's Top 10 Destinations
Thailand is a wonderful empire with buddhistic sanctuaries, tropical animals and stunning islets. Boasting a captivating story and a distinctive civilization that incorporates delicious Thai cuisine and massages, Thailand has a contemporary capitol and welcoming individuals who embody the call of Thailand's "Land of Smiles". See what the top 10 destinations in Thailand are, as recognized by the TripAdvisor - 2014 Travelers' Choice Awards by million of traveler.
If you prefer to enlighten yourself with a culinary menu or dancing the whole day through, you will also be able to indulge in Bangkok - the dining and nightlife scene here is one of the best in the game. The Chiang Mai is a survey of lively contrast - here antique churches (over 300) are as attractive as fashionable pubs, hostels and diners.
Located on the eastern Gulf of Thailand, Pattaya welcomes million of tourists every year. Jomtien Beaches family-friendly beaches are a nice contrasting feature to the overcrowded, dirty Pattaya Beaches with its jet skis and beachside inlets. Day trips to close archipelagos are a favourite change, as are day trips to Pattaya's 21 gulf places and numerous theme park.
Partyshoppers stream into the vast and bizarre sand of Patong Bea. Just a few moments away from the glittering mess of Patong's many night clubs, pubs and discotheques, the gold sand is perfect for tanning, boating, kayaking as well as para-sailing. It' s calmer than other seaside resorts and offers lonely sandy shores, quiet evenings and family-friendly activity.
In Bophut, a seaside resort with many new properties and mansions, you can study scuba diving, sunbath on a sandstrand, or take advantage of cheap spas (including astonishing Tai massages). Taste the boulevard for the trendiest stores and dining or head to Fisherman's Ville for more tradition.
Krabi in the south of Thailand is used as a basecamp for the exploration of the eponymous provinces, a luxuriant area of jungle, lime rocks and picturesque islands swimming in the Andaman Sea. The Rawai is a remote area of Phuket that draws followers of Muay Thai fighting.
Visiting Sea Gypsy at the east end of Rawai is a special one. It' family-friendly and relaxing, there's no party all dark and shabbier things that make other seaside towns near by a haven for unappetizing people. Formerly a small fishermen hamlet, it has been turned into a regal residence, and it is these strong ties with the Thais who prevent Hua Hin from being overly developed or losing its small-town atmosphere.
Daytime heaven, nighttime parties in the middle, Chaweng is a popular place for sun-seekers and more. Select it if you enjoy nightclub, musical and firework. Drive towards North Chaweng and Chaweng Noi for a quieter sojourn.