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Consider visiting a country that has preserved the majority of its natural landscape, complete with pristine beaches, lush forests brimming with life, and unique wildlife. Also, wouldn't it be wonderful to explore distinctive temples in a nation with a long history and a blend of cultures from around the world? Apart from having all the things mentioned above, Thailand also has easy access to travel visas, making it one of the top places to travel in Asia. Due to its geographic location, Thailand receives a large number of visitors from around the globe. In this article, we will be sharing the list of the best places to visit in Thailand. Picture yourself strolling along the soft sands of renowned beaches such as Phuket, Krabi, and Koh Samui, where our Thailand holiday packages invite you to indulge in sun-soaked relaxation and exhilarating water sports.




Located in southern Thailand, Phuket is famous for its crystal-clear beaches, lively jungles, and massive limestones along its coast. Additionally, Phuket is Thailand's biggest island. The island's economy depends heavily on tourism. The presence of luxurious resorts and their adventure sports like diving, snorkeling, hiking, glider rides, and so on make Phuket a perfect place to visit in Thailand for couples. All of Phuket’s key tourist attractions, like Bang Tao Beach, Flying Hanuman, the Big Buddha, and many other places, can be easily accessed from Phuket International Airport. Its easy accessibility to travel spots makes it ideal for day-trippers and family tours as it reduces travel time. Phuket also offers island hopping services to other Thai islands from its southern beaches.

Places to visit in Phuket: Bang Tao Beach, National Parks, Buddhist Temples etc.




Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is also its most populous city. Blended with a beautiful mix of traditional temples and modern cities, Bangkok has been a top tourist destination.

Known for its bustling nightlife and traditional temple architecture, Bangkok is one of Thailand’s best places to visit. Bangkok has an efficient transportation system, so getting around shouldn't be a problem. Bangkok is also well-known for its shopping, where visitors can find Thai products and services at all price points. A cruise along the Chao Phraya River is a must when in Bangkok. The Grand Palace, which consists of both official structures and royal residences, will astound you.

Places to visit in Bangkok: The Grand Palace; Wat Arun; Khao San Road, and the Floating Market.


Koh Tao

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Located in the Gulf of Thailand, is administered by the Surat Thani province. Locals refer to it as "Turtle Island" because of the large number of turtles that can be found there. The island is secluded from the main city and its tranquil setting makes this one of the best places to visit in Thailand for couples. Koh Tao offers one of the safest and cheapest diving spots in the world. Every year visitors flock to explore the marine life surrounding this island. You could also trek and get a panoramic view of this island from its viewpoints. This is one of the few places which offer diving training along with PADI certifications in Thailand. One could make use of island hopping services that are found in the Gulf of Thailand to cover most places near this region.


Phi Phi Islands

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Located between the town of Phuket and the Strait of Malacca, Phi Phi Island is a must-visit place in Thailand. “The Beach," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, gave Phi Phi Island instant notoriety. The island is known for its viewpoints, amazing beaches, and majestic limestone caves. Speed boats or ferry boats can be used to get to this location from Phuket or Krabi with ease. With plenty of things to offer in one place, Phi Phi is the best place to visit in Thailand for first-timers. It's important not to miss Phi Phi's nightlife and party atmosphere. Home of six islands mosquito island, Bamboo island, Koh Bida Noi, Koh Bida Yai, Leh island and the main Phi Phi islands, most of the islands are suitable for snorkelling, diving and swimming and can be covered using Island hopping services.




Pattaya, also known as the "Hawaii of the East," is renowned for its opulent lifestyle. Popular for its partying, nightlife, and beach, Pattaya should be on your list of places to visit in Thailand with friends. Due to its bustling nightlife, it is also known as the Walking Street. Thailand souvenirs can be bought in Pattaya's floating market for less money. The Sanctuary of Truth constructed of wood, is based upon different religious themes. One could also visit the Pattaya Tower to witness the entire Pattaya town and Jomtien Bay from the top. The tower also offers thrilling experiences like the Sky Shuttle and Tower jumps, which are not advised for those with weak hearts.

Places to visit in Pattaya: Walking street, Sanctuary of Truth, Pattaya Tower


Chiang Mai

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Chiang Mai, which is in Thailand's northern region, is the biggest city there. This city, in contrast to other popular tourist destinations in Thailand, has largely maintained its traditional values. Having more than 250 temples in its vicinity this is one of the best places to visit in Thailand with family and friends. Chiang Mai is isolated from the mainland by mountains and dense forests. The cost of living is lower than in rival cities like Bangkok and Phuket. In recent years, Chiang Mai has gained popularity for its agri-tourism, which involves inviting tourists to visit local tribes and farms to share local culture and values. The roadways connecting Chiang Mai to Isan region are a divine experience for travellers and riders,




Krabi is known for its staggering beaches, startling viewpoints, thick forest covers, and majestic limestone cliffs. It is a great place to visit in Thailand. It is also comparatively less expensive compared to its counterparts in Thailand. Rock climbing is one of Krabi's most well-known attractions for adventure seekers. Krabi’s Rock and Fire International Contest is a major tourist attraction during April and May. Apart from this, one could also choose to sit back and enjoy spending their time in Railay Beach, Klong Thong Hotspring, or take a safari in Khao Lak National Park. Krabi Town by itself is an ideal tourist spot for beginners. Islands around Krabi also offer some of the best snorkelling and diving points. Krabi has its international airport, so commuting to other tourist attractions from Krabi Airport won’t be an issue.




When it comes to tourism in Thailand, it would be unfair to leave out Ayutthaya. The historical city of Ayutthaya played a crucial role in the development of modern Thailand. That’s why this ancient city was rightfully inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1991. Though most of the places were destroyed in the Burmese invasion of the 18th century, Ayutthaya is still one of the top places to visit in Thailand. Some of the key tourist attractions include Wat Pra Si Sanphet, the Ayuthaya Historical Study Center, and Wat Phra Monkhon Bophit. One could also take a ride along the Chao Praya River and visit local markets in that region. It is advisable to follow a certain dress code as it is a temple town.


Koh Phangan

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Koh Phangan is slowly becoming a must-visit tourist place to visit in Thailand. Due to its isolation from the mainland and its relaxed setting, it attracts tourists who would like to escape from their routine lives. The unique selling point of this island is its full moon parties, half moon parties, blood moon parties, and New Year parties. Along with their party vibe, their beautiful beaches like Bottle Beach and Haad Rin Beach become an added attraction. Street foods at Thongsala can be visited to satisfy our late-night cravings, One could also explore the thick forest by taking a trek in it. Koh Phangan could be accessed by boat or ferry from Koh Samui Island.


Koh Samui 

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Koh Samui, the second-largest island in Thailand, is a popular place to visit in Thailand. It has diverse tourist options that have something for everyone. Be it their incredible temples, secret buddha gardens, pristine beaches, beautiful villages and markets and even water rides. The Big Buddha Temple and its Chinese style influenced Buddhist temple is a key tourist attractions for this island. Thailand's most exciting location is Chaweng Beach, where parties go on all day long. On this island, one could also see various types of rocks, including elephant rocks and Grandpa and Grandma rocks. It is perfect for couples or honeymoon trip who needs some privacy in their travel. Koh Samui has an international airport from which one could access nearby islands. Frequent Island hopping services are available from Koh Samui to nearby Islands.


Chiang Rai

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Chiang Rai, located in Thailand's far north, is well known for its picturesque surroundings and natural splendour. It is surrounded by mountains and lush tropical forests, and the ticket price is lower. Chiang Rai is one of the interesting places to visit in Thailand. The White Temple and Blue temple are the key temple attractions in Chiang Rai. A family-friendly tourist destination in Chiang Mai is Singha Park, which is a farm with a zoo built right in. The hot air balloon festival is also another attraction in Singha Park. Apart from this, Chiang Rai is also the state that borders Myanmar and Laos, also known as the "Golden Triangle." The Golden Triangle was known for its opium trade in the past. You could also find a dedicated opium museum near its site.


Hua Hin

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This place should be an interesting place to visit in Thailand. Even though there isn’t a centrally focused tourist spot, Hua Hin has been used as a getaway spot by the Thai Royals for a long period. You could find Buddhist temples, water parks, natural parks, beaches, and mountains. The well-known Monsoon Valley Vineyard is a must-see in Hua Hin because it produces some of the best local wines in Thailand. Additionally, you could go see the nearby temples and shrines. This place has retained most of its traditional culture, and it’s less impacted by the mass tourism happening in Thailand. Therefore, if one is looking for relatively cheap tourist places to visit in Thailand, this place is worth a try.


Surat Thani

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Surat Thani, which is thought to be the biggest city in the province of southern Thailand, is renowned for its geographic variety. Surat Thani, which is made up of rivers, mountains, and limestone mountains and is surrounded by the Gulf of Thailand, is home to eight national parks and two wildlife sanctuaries, making it one of the most amazing places to visit in Thailand.In terms of travel costs, Surat Thani ranks among the best. Although Surat Thani is the entry point to the islands in the Gulf of Thailand, there are water rides and mountain treks in Surat Thani on their own. Keep an eye out for the best in Asia, the oyster farm in Sinmara, and the Ban Phumarian Silk fabrics in Surat Thani. Bangkok and Chiang Mai's airports both have direct flights to Surat Thani. Surat Thani has a questionable reputation for its tourist-targeted scams. As a result, tourists are advised to conduct preliminary research on tourist destinations before visiting them.

Places to visit in Surat Thani: Khao Sok National Park; Sonchana Farm.

Things to do in Surat Thani: Forest trekking

Best time to visit Surat Thani: June-Augustto get the best deals.



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Another beautiful place to visit in Thailand is Kanchanaburi in the west. Just remember not to be fooled by its beauty as this location is notorious for its tragic past. This location has always taken part in conflict dating back to its archaic origin. During the 18th-century Burmese invasion, Kanchanaburi served as a defense fort. During World War 2, a railway bridge was built using thousands of local laborers and POWs who were under Japanese control. The construction of this bridge resulted in the deaths of over a thousand people, earning it the nickname "Death Railway Bridge." Other noteworthy attractions include the Hellfire Pass, war museums, and Saphan Mon, the world's longest wooden bridge at the moment. From the market, one could also purchase regional mementos.

Places to visit in Kanchanaburi: Death Railway Bridge; Mon Bridge; and Khao Leam National Park.

Things to do in Kanchanaburi: Visit local markets; Visit war memorials

Best time to visit Kanchanaburi: November-February


Khao Yai National Park

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Having the tag of “Home for Wildlife, Paradise for Trekkers," this national park in Thailand truly lives up to its name. It is Thailand’s first national park pioneering in the in-situ conservation of wildlife. This national park was also listed under the prestigious ASEAN Heritage Park in 1984 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. With an area of more than 200 square kilometers spread across four provinces, this enormous national park has established itself as a major tourist destination in Thailand. Here, you can go camping, on a night safari, explore the natural world, go rafting, or go hiking. Haew Narok Waterfall and Haew Su Wat Waterfall are just a couple of the places that one must see while visiting the park. From Bangkok's airport, one could reach this place by car, bus, or train.

Places to visit in Khao Yai National Park: Haew Narok Waterfall; Haew Su Wat Waterfall

Things to do in Khao Yai National Park: Trekking and forest exploration

Best time to visit Khao Yai National Park: November to April



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Locals also refer to Sukothai as the "dawn of happiness," and it was historically the first independent kingdom in Thailand that was recorded. Sukhothai was rightfully added to the esteemed list of "UNESCO World Heritage Sites" in 1991 as a result of its rich tradition and influence on contemporary Thai culture. The two main tourist destinations in this area are Old Sukhothai Town and Ramkhamhaeng National Park. This is easily one of the best places to visit in Thailand if you have a liking for history and culture. The temples and architecture follow the Sukhothai style of architecture. Some of the famous temples include Wat Sichum, Wat Mahathat, and Wat Sa Si. Just like other temple towns across the world, it is expected to follow a certain dress code when visiting Sukhothai temples.

Places to visit in Sukhothai: Old Sukhothai Town, Ramkhamhaeng National Park

Things to do in Sukhothai: Religious tours and visiting historical sites.

Best time to visit Sukhothai: November- February


Koh Lipe

Koh Lipe certainly lives up to its reputation after being ranked among the top 10 in a survey of the "20 most beautiful beaches in the world" by the UK magazine Daily Star at the beginning of 2022. Its turquoise beaches, colourful marine fauna, and dense tropical forests are slowly becoming a famous tourist attraction in Thailand. It can be reached from the mainland by landing at Hat Yai Airport, from there, you need to take a ferry or speedboat to reach the island. Two of the main tourist destinations in this region are Sunrise Beach and the Pattaya Beach street shops. Despite being only a little over 5 kilometres long, the island is home to 25% of all aquatic species in the world and some of Asia's best diving locations.

Places to visit in Koh Lipe: Sunrise Beach; Pattaya Beach

Things to do in Koh Lipe: Island Hopping and Exploring water sports.

Best time to visit Koh Lipe: April-May




Located in the southern part of Thailand along the coast of the Andaman Sea, Trang is known for its excellent positioning between islands, which perfectly suits island hopping. Usually less crowded compared to other island counterparts in Thailand, this makes Trang one of the best places to visit in Thailand for couples. Just like every other island in Thailand, the prices are a bit on the high side, but it can guarantee you the peacefulness that one looks for in Thailand. Sivalai Beach and Charlie Beach are key tourist attractions here. These crystal-clear waters also offer some of the best snorkeling spots in Thailand.

Places to visit in Trang: Hat Chao Mai National Park; Sivalai Beach; Charlie Beach

Things to do in Trang: Explore the city; Nature exploration; visit Beach

Best time to visit Trang: November-March


Khao Sok National Park

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Located in Surat Thani Province in southern Thailand, Khao Sok National Park is a top tourist attraction in Thailand. This region is under the frequent influence of monsoon rainfall, and it is considered to be one of the wetter regions in Thailand. Aside from the waterfall search and trekking that one could do in this park, Cheow Lan Lake is a top attraction here. One could enjoy this lake either by boating or by opting for a night stay in the raft house. A distinct feature of this park is that this is where the world’s only amphibious centipede was found. This park also consists of the Rafflesia flower, so add that to your itinerary while exploring this park. The park could be accessed via train or bus from Surat Thani Airport.

Places to visit in Khao Sok National Park: Cheow Lan Lake

Things to do in Khao Sok National Park: Mountain exploration and boating along the lake.

Best time to visit Khao Sok National Park: Any time of the year.


Koh Lanta

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We always talk about escaping our routine whenever we plan a tour to Thailand. However, in recent years, due to the impact of mass tourism, some might feel Thailand be a bit crowded, and very few islands have maintained their original attractions. Koh Lanta in Thailand is less crowded and cheaper compared to other tourist destinations in Thailand. Its seclusion from the mainland and relatively calmer ambience make it one of the best places to visit in Thailand as a couple. You could explore the island by boating, diving, and kayaking along the island’s mangroves and coast, or you could choose to sit back and relax at the island’s beaches. Nevertheless, it’s a much quieter and safer place to enjoy with your loved ones.

Places to visit in Koh Lanta: Mu Ko Lanta National Park; Khao Mai Kaew Caves.

Things to do in Koh Lanta: Beach hopping; Island Exploration

Best time to visit Koh Lanta: January-April



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If you are looking for places in Thailand for sightseeing purposes alone, then this place is not for you! Railay, also known as Rai Leh, is known for its adventure sports. The major attraction of this place is its rock climbing. Railay is the ultimate destination when it comes to rock climbing in Asia. There are several short rock climbing courses available on this island. Apart from this, the adrenaline rush that this island offers makes it one of the top tourist attractions in Thailand. Railay can be accessed only via boats and ferries. One can avail of ferry services from Phuket, Krabi, and Trang to reach here. It is better to visit this island during the dry season, as it remains almost untouched during the monsoon season. 

Places to visit in Railay: Tham Phra Nang Caves; Rock climbing mountains

Things to do in Railay: Rock climbing; Beach Exploration

Best time to visit Railay: December-April


Nong Khai

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Located in the northeastern part of Thailand, Nong Khai borders the country of Laos. It's natural setting on the Mekong River and its humongous sculptures in Sala Kaew Ku attract a lot of tourists every year. The sculptures usually represent a five-headed snake and human-animal hybrid statues. Another highlight of this region is the mysterious Nagen fireball, which arises from the Mekong river during October. Also, the historical Phru Phra Bat Historical Park is another attraction that has its folklore legend and shouldn’t be missed. Nong Khai can be reached within an hour from Udan Thani Airport via bus or car. Lying on the cheaper side of travel, this place can be one of the few places to visit in Thailand with family at budget prices.

Places to visit in Nong Khai: Phru Phra Bat Historical Park; Sala Kaew Ku and Mekong river.

Things to do in Nong Khai: Visiting Sculptures in the vicinity

Best time to visit Nong Khai: December-April


Koh Kood

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This island, which ranks among the top five largest in Thailand, is well-known for its scenic setting and seclusion from the mainland. The majority of the island is inhabited, making it difficult to access, but the waterfalls and hill spots in the middle of the island can be accessed for free, something you can't get at other Thai tourist destinations. Soneva Vera Beach, Yai Kee Beach, and Klong Chao Beach are some of the attractive beaches here. With relatively fewer crowds and less disturbance, Koh Kood will be an underrated tourist spot in Thailand.

Places to visit in Koh Kood: Soneva Vera Beach, Yai Kee Beach, Klong Chao Beach

Things to do in Koh Kood: Water Sports exploration and trekking

Best time to visit Koh Kood: January


Khao Laem National Park

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When visiting the lovely town of Kanchanaburi in Thailand, it's interesting to visit Khao Laem National Park, which is famous for its lush mix of tropical and deciduous forests and numerous natural caves, peaks, and waterfalls. In addition, it is the location of Khao Laem Lake, the largest artificial lake in Thailand. Trekking, camping, and boating are all options for exploring the area near this national park. You shouldn't miss the view from Pom Pee Viewpoint and the well-known Mon Bridges while you're here. Koreng Kra Wia and Kra Teng Jeng Waterfalls are some of the interesting places to visit here.

Places to visit in Khao Laem National Park: Khao Laem Lake; Mon Bridge

Things to do in Khao Laem National Park: Nature exploration and adventure sports

Best time to visit Khao Laem National Park: Any time of the year.


Koh Chang

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Also referred to as the “Elephant Island” because of its shape, Koh Chang is one of the biggest islands in Thailand. Despite its size, it offers a cheaper price compared to other Thai islands, making it one of the best places to visit in Thailand with friends. This island has everything to offer, from elegant and stylish beaches to adventure spots like diving, kayaking, trekking, etc. Hat Sai Khao Beach and Bang Bao floating villages are some of the must-visit places on this island. Viewing from Muko Chang National Park is also an experience that shouldn’t be missed.

Places to visit in Koh Chang: Hat Sai Khao Beach; Bang Bao floating village.

Things to do in Koh Chang: water sports exploration.

Best time to visit Koh Chang: November-March


Ubon Ratchathani

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The Isan region's Ubon Ratchathani is a top tourist spot in Thailand every year because of its religious tourism. Since Ajahn Chah, a well-known Buddhist monk and meditation instructor, was born here, many Buddhists from around the world come here each year to learn about Buddhism from the area where he lived. There are many Buddhist temples in this area. Every year in July, Ubon celebrates the Candle Festival, which symbolizes the arrival of the monsoon. The architecture in this city also shows Lao influences. Ubon has its international airport, so getting there won't be a problem.

Places to visit in Ubon: Thung Si Muang Park; Buddhist temples

Things to do in Ubon: Visiting Buddhist temples and shrines,

Best time to visit Ubon: November to March




Located in the northeastern region of Thailand, Surin is a key production centre in Thailand. known for its silk and authentic Thai jasmine rice. This place is an interesting place to visit in Thailand. The local Isan community is known for its expertise in handling elephants. This is why we suggest you visit Surin during November to catch up with the annual elephant roundup. Visiting the big white Buddha in Phanom Sawai Forest Park is also an interesting experience. One could reach here by car, bus, and train. The experience of reaching Cambodia through the Dangrek Mountains shouldn’t be missed if one is planning a world tour.

Places to visit in Surin: Phanom Sawai Forest Park; Ban Tha Wang; Save the Elephant Foundation.

Things to do in Surin: Explore the locality

Best time to visit Surin: November




Pai, located in Northern Thailand, is one of the spots that one should stop at while travelling along the famous Mae Hong Son Loop. Despite its small size, Pai has so much to offer at a great value, making it one of the best places to visit in Thailand for first-timers. It is best to travel here in a private vehicle because the journey there is unique. From Chiang Mai, it is 135 kilometres away. One must visit the Pai Canyon (Thailand's Grand Canyon), participate in water sports along the Pai River, hang out in bars and restaurants, and visit the Land Crack, among other places. This could be a perfect spot to hang out with family and kids without distractions.

Places to visit in Pai: Pai Canyon; Land Crack; Pai river.

Things to do in Pai: Trave; along the roadways and explore its locality.

Best time to visit Pai: November to March


Khao Lak

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Khao Lak Island was destroyed by the 2004 tsunami, just like every other small island in Asia, and everyone assumed that it was all over. However, thanks to the government's and the locals' effective contributions, it is now one of Thailand's main tourist attractions. If you want to enjoy privacy with a family and kids in Thailand, this is a must-visit location because it is all separated from the main island and has a quiet, peaceful atmosphere. This island is also known for its adventure sports and its gorgeous beaches, and one of the keys to this attraction is a Tsunami Museum and Similian Beach. One is also recommended to visit the Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park, which is home to diverse species of flora and fauna. To reach here one could avail of local cab or bus services from Phuket or Krabi

Places to visit in Khao Lak: Khao Lak Lam Ru National Park; Surin Island

Things to do in Khao Laki: Beach exploration and island hopping

Best time to visit Khao Lak: November- February




Phetchaburi is one of the oldest settlements in Thailand and is situated at the neck of the country, bordered by Myanmar to the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the east. Nearly half of Phetchaburi is covered by Kaen Krachan National Park, the largest national park in Thailand. In this area, one could go on an adventurous trek, go mountaineering, or explore waterfalls. Additionally, salt and palm sugar are famous products of this region. Because of the fame of the desserts made with this palm sugar, this city is known as the "City of Desserts." Trying out local foods is recommended in Phetchaburi. If one is fortunate enough, one may be able to see Bryde whales while whale watching in October.

Places to visit in Phetchaburi: Phra Nakon Khiri; Wat Mahatat Worawihan

Things to do in Phetchaburi: Try local sweets and Savories

Best time to visit Phetchaburi: is November- February.




This quiet, eccentric town called Sangkhlapuri is located in the western part of Kanchanaburi Province and was founded in 1949 by Luang Phor Uttama. Its serene ambience and quiet environment make it an amazing place to visit in Thailand. Key tourist attractions include the Three Pagodas Pass between Myanmar and Thailand, the Mon Bridge, the largest handmade wooden bridge in the world, and the sunken temple. Boat riding in the Brekli River is also another key attraction here. One can reach this place by car, bus, or train from Bangkok.

Places to visit inSangkhlapuri: Mon Bridge; Brekli River;Wat Mon Temple

Things to do in Sangkhlapuri: Explore the local area

Best time to visit Sangkhlapuri: November- February.


Ao Nang

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Ao Nang, located in Krabi province, is one of the key tourist attractions in Krabi. Home to almost 80 islands, Ao Nang is an interesting place to visit in Thailand. One could explore this island by trying out rock climbing, hiking, island hopping, scuba diving, and snorkelling. You could also choose to stay in resorts in Ao Nang, as they provide the best deals and some good services. Some of the key things that you could do here are: try out shopping at Ao Nang’s interior, where you can get souvenirs at cheaper prices; getting your hair styled at Ao Nang is also another trend that’s happening here. Visit NoPharat beach, where you can see the Son River flowing into the Bay. Ao Nang can be reached via bus or private vehicle from Krabi.

Places to visit in Ao Nang: NoPharat Thara beach; Ao Nang Night Market

Things to do in Ao Nang: Explore the locality.

Best time to visit Ao Nang: October to get the best deals.




It is known for its fruits and gems. Human settlements have been documented here since prehistoric times, and the archaeological evidence is kept in the well-known Trat Museum. Wat Buppharam, the oldest Buddhist shrine in this region, is also a must-visit location. The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, a visit to the gems market, and the eco-tourist area offered in the Ban Nam Cheo Community Settlement are additional highlights, making it an underrated Thailand tourist attraction. From here, one can also travel by road to Cambodia. 

Places to visit in Chanthaburi: Wat Buppharam; the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

Things to do in Chanthaburi: Explore the local market

Best time to visit Chanthaburi: November- February


Koh Samet

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Located in the Rayong Province of Thailand, this island is just like every other island in Thailand. The main advantage of this island is that it is relatively unexplored, so you can enjoy crystal-clear water, white soft sand beaches, and other diving spots. With Thailand's increasing popularity, Koh Samet is soon going to be one of Thailand’s top tourist attractions. Some of the important places to visit here include Sai Kaew Beach, Ao Phor Beach, Ao Chor Beach etc. The weird but amazing mermaid statue at the entry point of Na Dan Pier and the sunset point at Cape Laem Toe are must-visit places here.

Places to visit in Koh Samet: Cape Laem Toe; Sai Kaew Beach; Na Dan Pier

Things to do in Koh Samet: Beach exploration and Island Hopping

Best time to visit Koh Samet: November–February




One of the oldest towns in Thailand is also known by the historical name of Lavapuri. For history buffs, this is another popular tourist destination in Thailand. Some of the key locations to visit here include temples from the Khmer era and locations from the Ayutthaya era. This location is also renowned for the notorious monkeys, which aren't afraid of people and can steal your belongings. The monkeys in this area attacked people because they didn't give them food even during the covid phase.

Places to visit in Lopburi: Phra Prang Sam Yot; King Narai’s palace; Ban Vichayen

Things to do in Lopburi: Vist Khmer sites

Best time to visit Lopburi: November- February.


Nakhon Ratchasima

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Also famously called "Korat" among locals, this is the largest city in northeastern Thailand. It is also the third-largest city in Thailand. Built with an exceptional transport network system, it is easier to access neighbouring countries via road. Some of the important tourist attractions here include Khao Yai National Park, Phimai Historical Park, and Phanom Rung Historical Park. This is one of the high-end regions in eastern Thailand where foreigners usually reside and access other ISAN regions from here. The Statue of Tharo Suranee is also another place to visit, which symbolizes the fightback of Thailand against the Lao invasion.

Places to visit in Korat: Khao Yai National Park; Phimai Historical Park; Phanom Rung Historical Park.

Things to do in Korat: Explore archaeological sites and temples.

Best time to visit Korat: November- February.


Mae Sot

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Located in Tak province in western Thailand, this place is the best place to visit in Thailand to buy local souvenirs at cheap prices. This spot is also famous for the IMT trilateral highway connecting India-Myanmar, and Thailand. Key places to visit here include Town Market, Border Market, and Rim Moei Market, where you can get gems, ethnic wood crafts, and imported goods. Apart from that, one could also visit the Buddhist temples and waterfalls available in the surrounding area.

Places to visit in Mae Sot: Rim Moei Market; Border Market.

Things to do in Mae Sot: Explore local markets

Best time to visit Mae Sot: Any time of the year.


Koh Si Chang

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A small, quaint island located in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Si Chang is a great place to be in Thailand if one loves silence. This place is also an international port in Thailand. When visiting Thailand, one can spend time on the beaches and pay a visit to the shrines and temples located in the mountains. It generally takes less than a day to cover this island. Walking over the stairs of Wat Tham Yai Prig and viewing the scenery from the top is a wonderful experience that one shouldn’t miss out on.

Places to visit in the Koh Si Chang: Wat Tham Yai Prig ; Tham Saowapha caves

Things to do in the Koh Si Chang: Visiting Temples and Beaches

Best time to visit Koh Si Chang: November–February


Koh Nang Yuan

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Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Nang Yuan is a group of three islands. This could be reached from Koh Tao by hiring a speedboat or long-tail boat. Secluded from the main island, Koh Nang Yuan is an ideal place to visit in Thailand for couples. In comparison to other main islands, this cluster of islands with white sand, pristine beaches, and amazing corals is unexplored. Some of the key attractions here include diving, snorkelling, ziplining, and kayaking along the coast. This island is usually covered as an island-hopping package when one travels to Koh Samui.

Places to visit in Koh Nang Yuan: Local beaches.

Things to do in Koh Nang Yuan: Exploring Beach and island hopping.

Best time to visit Koh Nang Yuan: is November–February


Koh Yao Noi

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Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi are the largest of the Ko Yao archipelago. Located exactly at the midpoint of Phuket and Krabi, this island is a hidden gem in Thailand. Even though Koh Yao Noi is smaller than Koh Yao Yai, it has some of the most opulent resorts and cafes. The white sand beaches combined with the crystal clear waters make it an ideal location for snorkeling, diving, and swimming. This location is one of the best places to visit in Thailand if someone wants to escape the busy cities.

Places to visit in Koh Yao: Beaches and islands of Koh Yao Archipelago

Things to do in Koh Yao: Explore beaches and island hopping.

Best time to visit Koh Yao: November–February


Ko Jum

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Ko Jum is one of Krabi’s island hopping destinations. Known for its laid-back nature and calm, silent ambience, this place is famous for its beaches. Its quiet ambience makes this place a favourite spot for tourists who visit Thailand frequently. This island got its electricity in the late 2000s, and therefore it is yet to be impacted by the Thailand tourism wave. Beaches like Coconut Beach, Loma Beach, and the South Andaman Beaches are some of the places that should be visited here. With the development of a few resorts recently, this place can be an ideal place for couples to visit in Thailand to enjoy some privacy.

Places to visit in the Ko Jum:Coconut Beach; Loma Beach; South Andaman Beaches

Things to do in the Ko Jum: Explore beaches and go island hopping.

Best time to visit the Ko Jum: November–February


Hang Dong

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While touring Chiang Mai, Hong Dong is a fascinating area to stop by. Ban Tawan Wood Village, known for its woodcraft, is a major draw. The trade and profits made from selling these handicrafts and wood carvings play a major part in running this place. Apart from this, it’s Chiang Mai night safari, and Royal Flora Ratchaphruek, a blissful botanical garden, is a key attraction here. Grand Canyon Water Park is also another cool place to enjoy with kids and family.

Places to visit in Hang Dong: Chiang Mai night safari; Royal Flora Ratchaphruek

Things to do in Hang Dong: Buy local handicrafts

Best time to visit Hang Dong:November–February


Koh Kret

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Located close to Bangkok, Koh Kret was formed due to the meandering process of the Chao Phraya River. This island has been used as a hideout spot since ancient times. Though the island is small, it consists of many temples, unique foods and the special Mon tribe’s pottery. Thailand has put in the effort to promote this island as a part of its cultural tourism project. One thing to remember is that this island remains open only on weekends and public holidays. Nevertheless, it’s a good place to visit with family.

Places to visit in Koh Kret: Buddhist temples.

Things to do in Koh Kret: Buy pottery and terracotta products

Best time to visit Koh Kret: Any weekend of the year.


Krabi Town

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This is one of the best places to visit in Thailand for first-timers. Newcomers could land in Krabi Town, get accustomed to the local conditions, and start to explore Thailand. Some of the key things to do here are travel along the Krabi River and walk along the Mangroove Walkway. Khao Khanap Nam Cave and the stalactite formations inside the caves could also be explored. Once finishing these places, and exploring the local foods one could start their Thailand journey by hopping on to nearby islands.

Places to visit in Krabi Town: Mangroove Walkway; Khao Khanap Nam Cave

Things to do in Krabi Town: Explore Krabi Town

Best time to visit Krabi Town: December to March.


Koh Phra Thong

Koh Phra Thong, located on Thailand's western coast, is one of the country's uninhabited islands, making it an ideal place to visit in Thailand with couples. The name of this land is because of the urban legend of a buried Buddha by pirates that was never recovered; this led to the name "Golden Buddha Island." Richelu Rock, which is among the world’s best diving spots, is located here. Surin Beach and Koh Tachi are also some of the must-visit places here. This place can’t be reached by public vehicle, so it is better to hire a private boat to get here.

Places to visit in the Koh Phra Throng: Ritchelu Rock; Surin Beach; Koh Tachi

Things to do in the Koh Phra Throng: Beach Exploration

Best time to visit Koh Phra Throng: November-February


Golden Triangle

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The Golden Triangle, infamous for its opium trade, is located in the northernmost part of Thailand in Chiang Rai province. It is the place where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar meet. Sop Ruak, tranquil Chiang Saen, and the Mae Sai border are a few of the main tourist attractions in this area. One could easily travel by foot to Myanmar from the Mae Sai Border. Thom Luang Caves, another recent tourist destination in Thailand, gained attention in 2018 thanks to the successful rescue operation that freed a junior football team that had become trapped there due to flooding. Do visit the opium museums in this location, where you can get a brief understanding of different types of drugs and their histories.

Places to visit in the Golden Triangle: Opium Museums; Thom Luang Caves

Things to do in the Golden Triangle: Explore the town

Best time to visit the Golden Triangle: November-February


Koh Poda

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Located in southern Thailand, Koh Poda, or Poda Island, is found near Krabi. Just like every other Thai island, Koh Poda is known for its pristine beaches, clear waters, and amazing snorkelling points. Because the island is uninhabited, you will not feel crowded as you would at other Thailand tourist attractions. Koh Poda is also listed as one of Thailand’s national parks. It generally takes a half-day or one day to cover the island. This place can be reached easily by ferry from Krabi. Several travel agencies in Krabi offer the Krabi Four Island Package, which allows you to easily visit all four of Krabi's major islands.

Places to visit in Koh Poda: Visit beaches and limestone caves

Things to do in Koh Poda: Beach exploration and island hopping

Best time to visit Koh Poda: November-February


Ang Thong National Marine Park


Ang Thong National Marine Park is located in the Gulf of Thailand and is home to more than 40 islands and limestone monoliths. With so many things to do, this archipelago is a great place to travel to in Thailand with family and children. This island has everything you could want from the Thailand Islands, including beaches, lookout points, diving spots, camping, and some cave exploration. You won't find the opulent urban beaches here because it is a national park, so you can anticipate that things will be more realistic. You could reach here from Koh Samui or Koh Phangan via boats or some tourist package.

Places to visit in the Ang Thong National Marine Park: Koh Samui; Koh Phangan

Things to do in the Ang Thong National Marine Park: Beach and Limestone cave exploration.

Best time to visit the Ang Thong National Marine Park: February to October


Ao Phang Nga National Park

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Ao Phang Nga National Park comprises Phang Bay and the islands associated with it. The national park is famous for its marshlands, limestone cliffs, and rock formations. One such famous island is Ko Ta Pu and Koh Phing Khan also called James Bond Island. Some of the major attractions here include the floating Koh Panyee village, James Bond Island, and caves. One such attraction is the Monkey Caves, where you’ll find a large reclining golden Buddha and other small Buddha statues. The island can be reached from Phuket and Krabi via ferry boats, speed boats etc. 

Places to visit in the Ao Phang Nga National Park: James bond island; Koh Panyee Village

Things to do in the Ao Phang Nga National Park: Swimming; Kayaking and Cave exploration

Best time to visit the Ao Phang Nga National Park: November-May


Samut Prakan

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Samut Prakan became one of Thailand’s tourist attractions because of its proximity to Bangkok. It is famous for its crocodile park and ancient city-like architecture. You could visit nearby temples like Wat Asokaram, Phra Samut Chedi Temple, and the Erawan Museum. You could easily reach here via car from Bangkok. The crocodile park in Samut Prakan is the largest crocodile farm in the world, and it could be fun to spend time with kids here.

Places to visit in the Samut Prakan: Wat Asokaram; Phra Samut Chedi Temple; the Erawan Museum.

Things to do in the Samut Prakan: Explore temples and national park

Best time to visit the Samut Prakan: November to March



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This city, located in northern Thailand, has managed to retain most of its traditional style. Right from the moment you enter the city, you will see more horse carriages as a means of transportation. The architecture you see in this city is heavily influenced by the Burmese style. Known for its Burmese-style temples and the Thai Elephant Conservation Center, this place is a top tourist attraction in Thailand. You could also explore Wang Kaeo Waterfalls and Chae Son National Park to escape yourself into nature’s world. This place is a must for one who loves to explore various religions across the world. 

Places to visit in the Lampang: Wang Kaeo Waterfalls; Chae Son National Park; Thai Elephant Conservation Center

Things to do in the Lampang: Temple Exploration

Best time to visit the Lampang: January and February 


Mae Hong Son

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Mae Hong Son is a part of the Chiang Mai province and is situated in the northwest of Thailand. This destination is known for its hill tribes, villages, caves, waterfalls, and travel routes. Despite having a well-established air route and other public transportation options, it is preferable to travel on the Mae Hong Son Loop by private vehicle. The loop and the in-between spots are key Thailand attractions for bikers all across the world. Some key spots include Pai Village, Pang Ung Village, etc. The water rides across the Pai River should also be tried. While visiting this place in November, make sure to visit “Thung Dok Bua Tong," a sunflower park that is a perfect spot for Instagram posts. 

Places to visit in the Mae Hong Son: Thung Dok Bua Tong; Mae Hong Son Loop

Things to do in the Mae Hong Son: Explore the roadways

Best time to visit the Mae Hong Son: November


Hat Yai

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If you find Bangkok to be too costly for you, then why don't you try Hat Yai? It is one of the largest cities in the province of southern Thailand and is known as a less expensive version of Bangkok. Built with an excellent transport communication system, it attracts a lot of tourists from Malaysia and Singapore. It also acts as a hub for connecting southern Thailand with its railway network. Some of the key attractions here include its night market and shopping streets. This is a great place to visit in Thailand if one plans for the cheapest and best accommodation in Thailand. Do visit the mermaid statue at Samila Beach, as it is one of the key attractions here. Hat Yai’s celebration of the Chinese New Year is highly regarded in this country.

Places to visit in the Hat Yai: Samila Beach; Wat Hat Yai Nai Temple.

Things to do in the Hat Yai: visit the local market.

Best time to visit the Hat Yai: January-July


Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Park

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The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Thailand is one of the best places to visit in Thailand with family and kids. Started in 2014 in Chiang Mai, this park now has 4 branches in Chiang Mai, Phuket, Pattaya, and Samui. This park is famous for its eco-tourism and ethical projects in Thailand. To understand more about elephants' behaviour in their natural habitat and their communication with other species and animals, this place is a must-visit. One could engage with elephants by feeding, mud bathing, swimming, or even visiting them in their natural habitat. The hotel packages are provided to this park at the resort itself, and they include free pick-up and drop-off services.

Places to visit in the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary: Chiang Mai; Phuket; Pattaya; and Samui

Things to do in the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary: Mud bathing, swimming and feeding elephants

Best time to visit the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary: November-May



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Located in the heart of Northern Thailand, the fertile land of Pechabun is also called "the city of crops and foods" by the locals. Home to four national parks and three wildlife sanctuaries, this place is a top place to visit in Thailand if you are a peace lover. Trekking at Phu Tha Boek and the large cabbage found nearby are major attractions in this area, and Thai Lom Walking Street, which is open every Sunday, is an excellent place to purchase exotic Thai items. Phetchabun is also known for Buddhist shrines and temples, so make a visit there. The view of the sunrise early in the morning from the Khao Thakia Nga viewpoint shouldn’t be missed.

Places to visit in the Phetchabun: Khao Thakia Nga; Phu Tha Boek; Thai Lom Walking Street

Things to do in the Phetchabun: Trekking and visiting shrines

Best time to visit the Phetchabun: November-February


Koh Larn

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A small, cute island near Pattaya Beach can be a good escape spot for someone if they get overwhelmed by the bustling city. Located 7 kilometers from Pattaya, Koh Larn could be accessed only by boat. Nabon village, facing Pattaya, is the place where you could see people settling. Some of the key tourist attractions here include Taewaen Beach and Samae Beach. You could also try the glass-bottomed kayak, floating pier, zipline, and many other services provided on this island. The island's closeness to Pattaya and its size give it the potential to be a top tourist attraction in Thailand. Sometimes it is better to visit a place before it gets crowded, so be quick to visit it.

Places to visit in the Koh Larn: Taewaen Beach; Samae Beach

Things to do in the Koh Larn: Glass bGlass-bottomours, kayaking, and other water sports.

Best time to visit Koh Larn: November to February



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Rayong is another food destination in Thailand that one must visit. It is known for its delicious fish sauce and fruit cultivation. The Rayong Fruit Festival happening in May is a fun place to hang out if you love food. Apart from the delicious food it offers, this place is known for its shrine and beaches. This is one of the best places to visit with family in Thailand. Khao Chamao-Khamao Wong National Park, the Sopha Arboretum, and the city pillar shrine are some of the places that you can visit in Rayong. Night life at Rayong is also an exciting one, as you'll find partying and DJ activities in the beach club.

Places to visit in the Rayong:Khao Chamao-Khamao Wong National Park, the Sopha Arboretum,

Things to do in the Rayong:Try Rayong Fruits; Partying at Beach

Best time to visit the Rayong:May


Erawan National Park

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Located in the Kanchanaburi province of Thailand, this place is a popular place to visit in Thailand with family if you love waterfalls. The Erawan waterfalls, also known as the "seven steps" waterfalls, are among the most visited waterfalls in the entire country. Some of the things you could do include exploring the park's trails and getting your legs pedicured for free by the fish. Visit the stunning Phra That cave, where you'll be astounded by the rock formations. Ideal for a day visit, this can be on your list when you’re touring Kanchanaburi.

Places to visit in Erawan National Park: Seven Step Waterfalls

Things to do in Erawan National Park: Explore the waterfall trials; cave exploration

Best time to visit Erawan National Park: November–February 


Nakon Phanom

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Located in the northeastern part of Thailand, Nakon Phanom is a melting point of various cultures around the world. You’ll find Vietnamese, Laotians, Chinese and even some Indians settled here. Nakon Phanom was used as a US settlement camp during the Vietnam War. As a result, the area around it is home to numerous museums and war memorials that share the scars of conflict. Do try out the sticky rice with grilled chicken and papaya salad, which are famous foods here. Relatively less impacted by tourism, this place is a great place to visit Thailand with friends to experience the hidden gems in Thailand.

Places to visit in the Nakon Phanom: Mekong Underwater Museum; Buddhist shrines

Things to do in the Nakon Phanom: Explore war memorials and temples

Best time to visit the Nakon Phanom: November–May


Raya Islands

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The brother islands Koh Racha Noi and Koh Racha Yai make up the Raya Islands, also known as the Racha Islands. The Raya Islands should not be missed when travelling through Thailand because of their proximity to Phuket. In addition to the island's natural beauty, it is ideal for swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving. Along with its natural glamour, the facilities provided by The Racha Resort make it one of the most beautiful places to visit in Thailand. Even though Racha Noi is uninhabited, it has some of the best diving spots. It is advisable to visit only if you are an experienced scuba diver, as the currents are strong in Racha Noi.

Places to visit in the Raya Islands: The Racha Resort; Patok Beach; Siam Bay.

Things to do in the Raya Islands: Explore the beaches.

Best time to visit the Raya Islands: November– February.


Koh Lao Liang


It is a well-known fact that travellers from all over the world now prefer to visit Thailand. Thailand's Ko Lao Liang, also referred to as the "brother islands," provides a break from this commercial tourism. This location is wonderful to visit if you're looking for solitude and a peaceful environment. It can only be reached by boats or ferries and is situated in the province of Trang. This spot can be the best place to visit in Thailand as a couple as you get the luxury of privacy. A half-day is typically sufficient to tour this island. Rock climbing, fishing, diving, and swimming are a few of the activities available. Some of the few places nearby that you can visit include Koh Petra and Koh Taking.

Places to visit in Ko Lao Liang: Koh Petra; Koh Taking

Things to do in Ko Lao Liang: Island Hopping and Beach Exploration

Best time to visit Ko Lao Liang: November–February.


Prachuap Khiri Khan

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Prachuap Kiri Khan, a city in southern Thailand, served as a Japanese entry point during World War 2. It has historically been used as a bridgehead to mainland Asia because it is one of Thailand's narrowest stretches. One of the few tourist places in Thailand that is unaffected by the current wave of mass tourism in this area. So take a look at this if you want some privacy on your trip. The main attraction in this area is Ao Mang Beach, where you can relax on the beach or engage in water sports. You shouldn't miss the city pillar in the middle of the city. If you are coming here in December, be sure to check out the fair honouring the fallen Thai soldiers who fought against Japan in World War II.

Places to visit in the Prachuap Khir Khan: Ao Mang Beach

Things to do in Prachuap Khir Khan: Visit Local market and War memorials

Best time to visit Prachuap Khir Khan: December - May


Doi Inthanon

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The Doi Inthanon should be on your list if you're looking for a place to explore the country's natural beauty. Doi Inathon, Thailand's highest mountain, is also known as the "Roof of Thailand." This mountain range is a continuation of the Himalayas. This location is well known for its biodiversity and it is an amazing place to visit in Thailand. It draws thousands of ornithologists who come here each year to enjoy birdwatching. The main activities in this area include hiking the Kew Mae Pan Trail, exploring waterfalls, and birdwatching. Observing the sea of white clouds from the Grand Pagoda should be an unforgettable experience. Another recent trend in this area is camping in forests. Taking a private vehicle or car is the best way to reach here, but be aware of the topsy-turvy curves here.

Places to visit in the Doi Inthanon: Kew Mae Pan Trail; Grand Pagoda

Things to do in the Doi Inthanon: Trekking; Camping; Bird watching and nature exploration.

Best time to visit the Doi Inthanon: Any time of the year.


Buri Ram

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Buri Ram is a must-visit location in Thailand if you are a fervent sports enthusiast. The Chang International F1 track and the top-notch football stadium in this area are two examples of the state-of-the-art infrastructure that was built there. Geographically speaking, this location is a volcano remnant. Numerous archaeological sites are also available for exploration. If you enjoy history, you must visit the Khmer civilization's ruins as well as the statues and temples. Hindu and Buddhist architectural styles coexist in the Phanom Rung Historical Park, which is situated atop an extinct volcano. A small domestic airport in Buri Ram is reachable from Bangkok. It is an interesting place to visit in Thailand because of its separation from the mainland and its residents' love of sports.

Places to visit in the Buri Ram: F1 circuit; Phanom Rung Historical Park

Things to do in the Buri Ram: Explore remnants of Khmer sites

Best time to visit the Buri Ram: During sports season.



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Located in the southern part of the island, Songkhla is the capital of Songkhla Province. Songkhla Lake is one of the largest lakes in Thailand. It has three national parks, and Cape Camilo Beach is the most popular beach in this province. Apart from the key tourist attractions in this region, these include the mermaid statue and Cat and Mouse Island. The folklore associated with the formation of the islands is also an interesting one. The Songkhla Zoo is also very famous for protecting wildlife like gibbons, tigers, and Irrawaddy dolphins. The zoo's diverse flora and fauna make it an amazing place to visit in Thailand with family.

Places to visit in the Songkhla: Songkhla Lake; Mermaid Statue; Songkla zoo

Things to do in the Songkhla: Explore its locality

Best time to visit the Songkhla: January-July

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