- Thailand is the beauty of Southeast Asia with countless unique tropical beaches one can only dream of…
- The most recognizable landmarks of this beautiful country are its flamboyant architecture of the many palaces, historic ruins and temples as well as a plethora the symbolic figures of Buddha
- The infamous capital of Thailand, Bangkok, is known to have a incredible cityscape filled with restaurants, shops and markets
Top things to do in Thailand
This Night Bazaar is an attraction that cannot be missed out as it is known to be the city’s main night-time highlights, very family friendly and the modernized legacy of the one and only Yunnanese trading caravans that rested beside the historic trade route between Simao in China and Mawlamyaing, on the Myanmar’s Gulf of Martaban.
With the continueous rapid development The Banyan Tree Hotel’s Moon Bar is the pioneer of the rooftop trend with a stunning view from more than 60 floors up! It is recommended to get here just before sunset, order your favorite drink at the bar and enjoy the magnificent skyline.
Bangkok by Night: Private Food, Drink and Shopping Tour
This private night tour is packed with the city’s highlights including cocktails, dinner and shopping in Bangkok. Visitors are in expert hands and are accompanied by a local guide with the luxury of having a private party on the Bangkok Skytrain (aka Bangkok Mass Transit System, or BTS) as well as a cruise over the Chao Phraya River.
The well-known Australian chef and author David Thompson is responsible for one of Bangkok’s best Thai restaurants, and if people believe whats written in the local press, then many will know that it is the best in all of Asia according to the 2014 survey.
Near Kanchanaburi is the Erawan Falls in the well-known National Park in the west of Thailand and is up to a 3 hour drive from Bangkok. There are 7 different floors from which this magnificent piece of nature can be viewed from. Visitors can enter all year round and is extremely busy during weekends.
Just 3 hours from the city centre of Bangkok, visitors can find the 3rd biggest national park in Thailand situated in an eastern province called Nakhon Ratchasima and is filled with a range of regional wildlife. Visitors are even more surprised when they see dinosaur footprints and are never sure whats waiting next.
“Temple of Dawn” is the rough translation. Wat Arun was built only to honour the Hindu God of the rising sun, Aruna. It is situated on the west bank of the river Chao Phraya and today is a tourist magnet, standing 85 metres or 200 feet tall at its highest point.
There are in total 11 individual islands which represent the “Similan Islands”. Surrounded by beautiful coral reefs and unique underwater rock formations, it is one of the most popular destinations in the country for diving activities. The particular highlights are the Elephant Head Rock and the East of Eden.
The Thai-Burma Railway journey the one of the most daring train rides there are today, connecting Thailand to Burma. It is also known as the Death Railway as the tracks run along side the edge of a cliff and renovated historic bridges. There is no doubt that this is the most popular train rides in the world providing visitors with incredible views.
Not too far from Phuket located in the Krabi Province, Ko Phi Phi proves itself as being a top tourist destination. Visitors are able to participate in daily water recreation activities. Although it has become less attractive due to the high number of visitors, the view will always take your breath away.