Thailand attracts more tourists than any of the countries in Southeast Asia. It’s a destination that has everything: beautiful beaches, impressive culture, ruins and temples, real relics of long gone kingdoms, unexpected culinary tastes and oriental hospitality.”Thai” means “freedom” in the local language, and Thailand “country of freedom” or “the land of the free ones. If you take early a flight ticket for a holiday in Thailand, the prices are very attractive! Here you can relax on white sandy beaches, washed by crystal clear ocean or you can go in search of adventure. Great Andaman Islands offer a fantastic “field” for all scuba diving enthusiasts.
What to see in Thailand
If you arrive in Thailand, you cannot miss these attractions. This country has several “must see” objectives.
Ko Tarutao is one of the 51 islands that belong to the Tarutao National Marine Park. One of the most beautiful attractions of island is the wildlife: turtles, whales, lizards, macaque monkeys, deer and stags. Compared to other Andaman islands, Ko Tarutao is not suitable for snorkeling, but its deserted beaches, waterfalls, mountain trails and wonderful sights make you want to come back to this place.
Ko Chang-Gulf Islands are perfect for a family trip. The adventurers will definitely want to see the wildlife in Koh Phangan, and the drivers should not miss Ko Tao. The island has a wildlife composed of exotic birds, snakes, deer and elephants. In the last 10 years, Ko Chang has turned into a major tourist attraction and although it is quieter than Phuket and Ko Samui, it is a destination not to be missed. Whatever you want from your holiday, Thailand offers the perfect mix of nature, beach, relaxation, fun and local color.
The Pagoda Pra Pathom Chedi is the tallest Buddhist monument in the world and it has a length of about 1,000 years. You will be able to admire the trained elephants and the traditional Thai dances.
The Wat Pho Temple (Temple of Reclining Buddha) is located behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and it is the largest temple in Bangkok . It is called so because here is the giant statue of Reclining Buddha, a gold plated statue, 15 meters high and 46 meters length.
The Grand Palace is one of the most visited locations in Bangkok. It is a complex of temples, palaces and official buildings. The main building dates from 1782 and has hosted the royal house of Thailand for over 150 years. In the early twentieth century, the complex has played an important role for the Thai government. contains the royal court and administrative buildings.lt contained the royal court and administrative buildings.
Pattaya is the first city, the closest to Bangkok, where you can find that nightlife that you have heard. It is filled with all sorts of crazy clubs, women and colorful cocktails .Here are open all night bazaars, thai massage parlors that works non-stop, women for all tastes and budgets at every street corner and a lot of local shops or real malls.Pattaya can be the perfect place to ‘taste’ Thailand, but also to fill your suitcases with nice things at good prices.
Phuket Here everything is at maximum intensity. If you want to see what means the word for Asians, Phuket is the perfect place. In addition, the beaches are incredible and seemingly detached from paradise. Besides this, the hospitality of the people is fantastic. You are welcomed with open arms and you receive impeccable services. As I said … the tourist is a king.
Thailand is blessed with such a rich nature so, it can satisfy the tastes of everyone. Hundreds of islands, thousand miles of beaches and millions of hectares of tropical and subtropical forests make the “land of orchids” a tourist destination. Besides the wonderful scenery, Thailand is a wonderland for all budgets.