Where to see in Thailand

Places to see in Thailand

We' ve explored its regions and compiled a list of the most inspiring places in the country. Old ruins and national parks. Twelve places you should see in Thailand It is one of the most diversified Asian states. You' ll find everything from hills, cascades and seas to gorgeous sandfronts, great nightspots and busy town. It' s not possible to go to every individual ride in just two weeks or even a whole week, but you can make your journey more pleasant by choosing just a few of the most astonishing.

There are twelve places you should see during your stay in Thailand. However, it is a breathtaking temple and temple set to be in Bangkok and not going to the Grand Palace is like not being in Bangkok at all. The sunken Buddha is almost like a Bangkok icon. This temple is quite small and again very much loved by tourist, but you can't miss it when going to Thailand.

Visitors during the morning can take the stairs and enjoy the views of the Great Palace and the Rhine from the small balconies. The Wat Arun is opposite the Grand Palace and is a great stop after having visited Bangkok's largest tourist area. The Chatuchak Market is full of stands over the weekend that sell everything from clothing and accessoires to pet and household goods.

To find your treasure at Chatuchak Market is really worth it. Ayutthaya is a great place for you if you haven't been to Siem Reap yet and haven't seen Angkor Wat yet. Located about 80 km from Bangkok, it can be reached in one go. Once the Siamese kingdom's main town, Ayutthaya is now an archaeological site that houses old temples, convents and sculptures.

In order to see the most important sights, you can either book a rental bike or just take a ride in a tent. Chiang Mai has over 300 churches and it is difficult to choose which one to see, but Wat Phra That Doi Suthep cannot be overlooked. Located on Suthep Mountain, which shines above Chiang Mai, this lovely place is one of Thailand's most popular temples.

The first time I visited, I saw one of the principals, so you might get lucky as well. While visiting Chiang Mai you cannot miss the market. In the daytime you can explore the Warrorot Market and the Siriwattana Market. At nightfall, try the Chiang Mai Gate Market and don't miss the Cowboy Lady booth at the North Gate Market.

When you get a little bit tired at the weekends, make it enjoyable and interesting by going to the Sunday Walking Street Market and Saturday Night Market. Buying in Chiang Mai and tasting all Thai food is a must if you are going on holiday in the Land of Smiles. The Elephant Nature Park looks after animals that have been purchased from warehouses all over Thailand.

It' one of the best places I've been in Thailand. It is one of the most attractive Thai sandy areas due to its position, its islands and the fact that it is encircled by calcareous rocks. Like all other places in Thailand, Railay Beach is a very favorite place for tourists, but masses of people can often be prevented if you do your research well.

It' a beautiful little isle, where mainly humans come for scuba-dipping. When you are a guest at a celebration, you will find a few open till night or you can go to the Ladyboy Cabaret. In my opinion, these are just a few of the places that are well worth seeing.

So if you want to make a suggestion or think some of the above places are not really recommendable, please let me know by posting a review.

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