Top Thailand Attractions

Thailand or Land of Smiles is a country in Southeast Asia is one of the most visited countries of Asia. Visitors to this amazing country will surely discover a great transition from a nation with developing status to fastest emerging economies in the region that has number one international standing in many areas.  It is a perfect destination whether you travel for leisure, doing business or having a fun-filled holiday with your family and friends. What makes the country a great destination to visit is its great culture heritage, geographical diversity, great hospitality, soothing climate, incredible beaches, and sumptuous cuisines and scintillating nightlife. To complement all this country has great infrastructure, fantastic transportation system with stable political system and a strong economy makes it one of the fastest growing international destination which is beautiful, alluring and at the same time very safe to enjoy your holiday along with your families.

There is so much to see and explore in the country that compel you to visit it again and again. Among the most sought after things that you can’t afford on city breaks to Thailand include:-

The Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw: – If there are some must sees in the country then The Grand Palace in Bangkok is one of them. It is spectacular, splendid in architecture and a famous landmark of city. Built in 1782, and for 150 years, the home of the Thai king, the Royal court and the administrative seat of government, this palace represent creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people and continue to awe visitors with its beauty and splendor.

Phi Phi Islands: - It takes just 45 minutes by speed boats and 90 minutes by ferry boats from Phuket to reach these tropical islands, which are some of the loveliest in southeast Asia. It is renowned in the world for its picture perfect islands, stunning rock formations, classic beaches and amazing marine life that will surely leave its visitors spellbound and attract beach lovers from far off places to its shores.
Doi Suthep Chiang Mai:-It is a traditional saying in Thailand is that if you haven’t tasted Khao Soi or seen the views from Doi Suthep, then you haven’t been to Chiang Mai. Situated in the northwest of country this Regal Mountain provides the stunning views of surrounding countryside and Chiang Mai from its summit. Other attraction of this place includes Wat Prathat Doi Suthep Temple and Bhubing Palace.

Khao Yai National Park: - Situated in North of Bangkok, Khao Yai National Parke is a UNESCO World Heritage site which is second largest and one of the most visited national park of country. Spreading across four providences and blessed with lush mountainous landscapes, fertile valleys, cascading waterfalls and rich biodiversity makes it a year round gateway destination that takes just three hours from Bangkok to reach it.

Floating Markets: – Most of us are familiar with the floating markets near Bangkok due there pictures in various traveler magazines and travel guides, but it is indeed spectacular. Enjoy buying fresh vegetable, fruits fresh, ready-to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchens located right on the boat .

So now what’s you thinking off? Pack your bags and fly to Thailand to enjoy one of the most beautiful places in this world.

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