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It’s not surprising that Thailand remains high up on so many peoples’ bucket lists for travel destinations.
Thailand has something to offer everyone from some of the most amazing street food available anywhere to idyllic beaches and vibrant nightlife even a tropical jungle is not too much to ask of Thailand. Here are a few of the best places to visit in Thailand for a true slice of the country’s varied and amazing venues.
Thailand has a good rail network and is well catered for by airlines so getting about is much easier than you would think. Staying connected is not a problem either with good WIFI Thailand was the first nation to successfully roll out 5g in all its provinces. It’s easy to keep up with business news or enjoy a quick game of เกม Plinko in Thailand.
Bangkok is Thailand’s capital and is home to over 8 million people. It is a cosmopolitan city thriving with life and culture.
Try seeing its skyscrapers from a long-tail boat on the Chao Phraya River for an unforgettable experience. Bangkok’s shopping centres won’t disappoint. Don’t overlook the traditional floating markets for some home-grown Thai delights.
Chatuchak Market has on a good day somewhere approaching 10,000 stalls offering the widest variety of produce and products to Thai residents and foreigners alike. No visit to Bangkok would be complete without visiting its top attraction The Grand Palace which includes a number of unique buildings and temples and a reclined gold Buddha that approaches 50 meters in length.
To get a feel for Thailand’s countryside and wildlife a visit to Chiang Mai is a must. – offering mountainous jungle surroundings that are home to many Buddhist temples.
Organised tours can be joined that take you to see some of the ancient temples and their tribes first-hand. The town offers San Kamphaeng road traditionally filled with sellers of all kinds of wares over a considerable distance.
Ayutthaya is an ancient ruined city and UNESCO site that was Thailand’s capital 600 years ago. The historical park created to protect the site is almost 300 hectares in size and offers a look back in time to when the kingdom of Siam was at its height.
The most well-known of the temples here is Wat Phra Mahathat where you will find a statue of Buddha’s head almost engulfed in tree roots. Other temples not to miss in the historical park are Wat Phra Si Sanphet and Wat Yai Chai 4.
Phuket is an island located off Thailand’s west coast in the Andaman Sea. Phuket is world-famous for its beaches. Destinations like Nai Harn Beach offer beautiful clear waters and shady palm trees. Luxury can be found in abundance at Surin Beach where top food and entertainment can be enjoyed while the sea views stretch out into the distance.
Phuket has its significance to Buddhists, Nakkerd Hill is overlooked by a 45m tall Buddha tower and the temple at Wat Chalong is believed to hold a bone fragment of Buddha. The town of Phuket is rewarding in its architecture and a great place to go for a walk through the Portuguese-influenced streets.