• 22 November 2019

Travel to Thailand

Travel to Thailand | Most beautiful sites to visit in Thailand!


Travel to Thailand


Are you going to travel to Thailand, the “country of the smile”? You are lucky! Here is our selection of the most beautiful sites to visit in Thailand!


 Thailand is a must-see jewel in Southeast Asia. With a population and an area (68.3 million inhabitants over 514 000 km²), Thailand stretches from the Malay Peninsula to the mountains along the Burmese border in the north.


Here is our selection of the most beautiful sites to see in Thailand!


  1. Bangkok

It will surely be your gateway to Thailand.  The Thai capital is a megalopolis of 19.5 million people who never sleep. The city has over 400 Buddhist temples and is a singular mixture.

The temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Arun and Wat Pho are three must-see temples.


  1. Chiang Mai

What to do in Thailand if we dislike beaches where Western tourists accumulate? Climb to the north of the country, in the mountains, and visit Chiang Mai. Note that a large community of expatriates and Western nomadic workers, including Americans, settled there.


  1. Chiang Rai

Located in the mountains north of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai seduces lovers of trekking and mountain. To discover more authenticity in the north of Thailand, this is where you have to go. Chiang Rai has a population of 70,000 and is home to the famous “white temple,” Wat Rong Khun.


  1. Koh Pha Ngan

Located in the Gulf of Thailand off Surat Thani, Koh Pha Ngan is a tropical paradise to visit.

The beaches, paradise - we loved the village of Ban Chalok Lam and its tranquil beach - north of the island. The Ang Thong Reserve is made up of forty virgin islets, essential if you have time.


  1. Koh Samui

The beaches Chaweng and Mae Nam, are best among other beaches. The Na Muang Waterfall, the highest on the island (30 meters), will change some coastlines, but it is better to see it in summer, during the wet season. The Wat Phra Yai is a tourist attraction of the island, the Big Buddha temple, a statue of Buddha painted in gold, high of 15 meters.


  1. The islands and beaches of the south

To visit Southern Thailand, prefer the dry season, that is to say, between the end of November and the end of March. We went in July, and the rain tarnished the beauty of the beaches and islands.


  1. Khao Yai National Park

Located a 3-hour drive from Bangkok, Khao Yai National Park is a breath of fresh air after Bangkok’s tumultuous excitement. The park is one of the most extensive forests in Asia and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


  1. Phang Nga Bay

What to do next to Krabi and Phuket? When visiting the south of Thailand, Phang Nga Bay seems logical inevitable. You can kayak and admire an extraordinary landscape of dizzying limestone cliffs and dark caves. The bay consists of 300 limestone peaks, and the nickname is “Halong Bay of Thailand.”

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  1. Phuket

Finally, what to do in Phuket to finish your trip of travel to Thailand? This island of 536 km² is not only a synonym for sex tourism. Very popular, the island is magnified by its beaches, the proximity to the bay of Phang Nga, the Similan Islands, its monuments, the Great White Buddha, Wat Chalong, or the very festive nightlife.


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