1. Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is Thailand’s most significant cultural hub that houses more than hundred ancient temples. Here in your Thailand trip, you can indulge in outdoor activities like elephant camps, trekking or rafting. From the past few years it has been able to host visitors with a vegetarian appetite in Thailand food too. Doi Suthep is the city’s most dazzling temple close to the Ping River. Chiang Mai has this magical charm which is just impossible to not fall for!
2. Phi Phi Islands
The Phi Phi Islands are Thailand’s superstar! They are a must-visit of the Thailand beaches. When approached via boat, the islands rise like a fortress from the sea with cliffs towering overhead, giving way to a jungle that is beach-fronted. This place is just laid-back. Phi Phi Leh has absolutely no human inhabitants Phi Phi Don has no roads. So, there is no need of a schedule, no hustle.
3. Bangkok’s Grand Palace
The Grand Palace complex in its time was built for a new capital with royal residences, government offices, Buddhist Thailand temples, throne halls and priceless artworks giving a prelude of the culture in Thailand.
You will need bare minimum three hours to explore this site.
4. Koh Tao
Koh Tao has one of the most relaxed settings in Thailand. It attracts divers looking for a tranquil ambiance with spotless white shores, turquoise waters and colored sunsets. The accessibility of diving sites and the diverse underwater world is easy. Hikers too, can rummage the beautiful coastal jungles of Koh Tao.
5. Koh Samui
Koh Samui attracts all from budget travellers to the wealthiest holidaymakers who stay in luxury resorts. It maintains its uniqueness among all of Thailand’s islands due to its appeal for everyone. They are also known for their relaxing atmosphere.
Ayutthaya is located 50 kilometers from Bangkok and was once considered the most impressive city of the world. This ancient site’s ruins have been declared as a World Heritage Site by. It once served as the capital Thailand was home to architectural masterpieces and more than 400 temples. After being destroyed by the burmese invaders in 1767, the remnants have only been restored due to many relentless efforts to give visitors a peep into its former glory.
7. Phanom Rung
Phanom Rung is one of the most significant Khmer temples in Thailand. It was taken under consideration to be declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO when it was restored to its splendor over 17 years, Made with laterite and sandstone, it has been known as a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva constructed in Angkor style on top of a spent volcano. The sun bathes all its 15 sanctuary doorways four times a year due to its special solar alignment.