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In Southeast Asia Thailand is the number one destination for tourists and it is hard to understand why. Most famous for its breathtaking shores, its breathtaking sandy caves and the contemporary city spread that Bangkok is, it is a land where boredom is not an optional. As soon as you get off the aircraft, you will be in the company of some of the most friendly, down-to-earth and authentic individuals you want to see.
It' s hard to understand why Thailand is often referred to as the "land of smiles". There are innumerable rides and hotspots that I could put on this listing, but I have limited them to the top 25 things to do in Thailand:
Located in the centre of Bangkok, this is probably the most popular tourist destination. Throughout 150 years the Royal Mint, its royal seat, its courtyard and the whole Thai administration were housed in the Mint. When you want to see elephant in Thailand, it is only right that you see them in their wild surroundings, about four hours by car from Bangkok, this campsite will not disappoint you.
In Mahawangchang Elephant Camp you can go swimming with the elephant while your tour leader is taking continuous snaps. The type of massaging is one of a kind, because it expands your system while working on the points of your body's underpressure.
Thailand has several swimming fairs, but this is the largest and most popular, it is enormous! Visiting this museum will give you an idea of the years before. It is located about 100km outside of Bangkok, but is definitely a good travel destination.
There is no way to get to Bangkok without a journey to Nana, the major street through Bangkok is named Sukhumvit Rd and when you get to Soi 4, you have reached a place you don't want to miss. Sitting at one of the various Plaza nightclubs, just see how the women are applying their skills to many people.
There is a huge deserted high-rise in the centre of Bangkok, known as the Sathorn Unique, which was constructed in the latter part of the 1990s, but the construction was never finished due to the worldwide economic downturn. It is not an offical touristic destination, but a small deposit to the lower border guard will make sure you have it.
The 49 floors offer not only a challenging ascent, but also some of the most breathtaking top view of Bangkok. As a breathtaking Koh Phi Phi Phi in Krabi County, this is a must on any Thailand itinerary.
When you visit this breathtakingly lovely archipelago, no one else's sandy spot will ever again look so cute. There are no streets on the isle, so you have a lot to do on foot, but with everything that happens between the two major bays, you will never be far away from the hives of activities. So if you've already been to Nana Plaza and seen the women at work, the next part of your journey is certainly a Ping-Pong show that is known around the globe for its one-of-a-kind event that you shouldn't miss.
Songkran Festivals in Bangkok. The Songkran is the Thai New Year' s Day, it is held every year in April throughout the whole of Thailand and is held from April 13 to 15, the waters are sprayed throughout the festivities as it is thought to washe away your misfortune and atrocities.
Over the past few and a half day, things have been changing and enormous battles have broken out, shutting down whole towns, with many companies shutting down for the whole period. Wherever you are in the countryside at this season, be prepared for a soak, because there is no escape.
The Khao Yai was the first Nationalpark in Thailand and is the third biggest in the world. On an area of 2,168 km2 it is a monument. There are rainforests and grassland in the reserve, which contributes to the large number of wildlife that can be seen.
Approximately 300 bird populations include bear, elephant, stag, gibbon and macaque. Some of the falls in the reserve are also within easy reach by road. Thailand-home to over 31,000 buddhistic shrines, this special Wat Arun shrine is called after Aruna, the god of dawn.
According to tradition, one time a group of visitors realised that the best way to see the full moon was from Koh Phangan shore, so they chose to have a little celebration. If you need a stop from your dance, you can relax in one of the nearby pubs or go swimming in the hot Gulf of Thailand.
While you are exploring the island of Phuket, you must visit Phang Nga bay, the cove with its 40 small islets coming directly from the tranquil ocean. With so many caverns, mangrove and lagoon to visit, you'll never have enough to see everything.
This area is very calm and the cove is sheltered from many different weather conditions by its unique nature during the rainy period, which means that there is never a mishap. If you are looking to see as much as possible, the best way is to go with a Thai tour leader who can point out the things you don't want to miss.
There are two reasons why most of us go to Doi Suthep: first, to see all of Chiang Mai, which is definitely a worthwhile trip, but also to visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a thirteenth cent.
Located in Krabi in southern Thailand, it is not reachable from the continent, as the gigantic calcareous rocks separate it from other people. Breathtaking sandy shores will make you feel more at ease than anyone else, there is not a single vehicle here, as there are no streets to ride on, so it will be just you, your visitors, the wonderful blank sands and the other relaxing outings.
This is the place to be with some of the best Thai ski jumping guides in Thailand. Located in the Andamanensee, Koh Lanta is a wonderful 20 km long isle. With 17 scuba stores on the islands, some of the most exciting dives in the whole Caribbean can be found in the area.
Well-known diving spots are Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, which are the best in the area. The Loi Krathong is a nationwide celebration and an international celebration held on the 12th moonlight. It is celebrating the goddess of the waters for all the waters she delivered last year.
Accommodation is available and you are sure to have a good rest. It is a romantically charming city, which has become renowned for some of Thailand's most popular films (The Letter and Ruk Jung), with more visitors each year than in the previous year, so there has never been a better period than now.
Ayutthaya must be on your Thailand-To-Do-List as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Formerly the capitol of Thailand, the town was established in 1350 when King U Thong moved to the town to avoid an eruption of the pox. In the historic garden, the town' s remains have been conserved and are certainly definitely in the countryside deserving a visit.
The route, constructed by detainees and Asiatic workers, covers 415 km, the most popular part of which is the Kwwae highway overpass. Everywhere in Thailand you will find vendors of coconuts at the roadside with their humble stables, dulcimers and choppers.
Within the Ewaran National Park are the Ewaran Falls, a group of seven falls (the droplet from the upper to the lower falls is over 1500 metres high), each with its own unique characteristics. Waters fall over limestone rocks and into wonderful diving basins, which has resulted in the scenery being shaped by the waters and really nice.
Or you can stay in the garden for a whole days to wander from one cascade to the next and take a dip in the swimming pool, where the waters gather to chill out.