Thailand has a wealth of things to see and do. There are incredible historical sites, such as temples in old cities that blend seamlessly with new ones without losing their heritage while night markets offer visitors something fresh at every corner!
Thailand is a destination that offers so much more than just the typical beach vacation. Whether you’re looking for an incredible natural sight or some time away from your desk, Thailand has something special to offer every traveler!
Top 15: Krabi Town
Krabi Town, a small city in the Malay peninsula. It’s not only cheap but also full of authentic Thai culture that you can experience first-hand! Whether it be through wandering around at night markets or getting your own soothing massage; Krabi town is definitely worth checking out for those who want to get close and personal with their surroundings while still being able to explore most other nearby destinations like they were right next door.
Tiger Temple is a must-see for any traveler. The site lies eight kilometers outside of Krabi Town and offers stunning panoramic views that make it worth your time in transit to get there, but don’t forget about this small town on the other side! Just one more thing: You’ll want an itinerary because they close at 5 pm without exception (even Christmas Day).
Top 14: Surin
Surin is a small fishing village in Thailand’s Surat Thani Province with over 500 years of history. It may be small but it has some incredible temples and cultural sites that you won’t want to miss!
Despite being a small city, Surin offers an abundance of things to see and do. From the Breathtaking Khmer ruins dotting the region that is sure to leave your heart soaring with beauty, Prasat Ta Megan is one such site where you can find stunning dilapidated structures threatened by jungle growth around them. The annual Elephant Roundup takes place here in order for these giants called elephants to play football or act out battle scenes among other unique activities – it’s not just about entertaining tourists but also educating their caretakers on how wild species interact naturally!
Top 13: Ubon Ratchathani
You won’t want to miss the opportunity of visiting Ubon Ratchathani. The city is a must-see for any traveler, with its incredible temples and historical remains that date back centuries before Bangkok became one of Asia’s biggest metropolises!
The temples of Ubon are a must-see for any fan of Buddhist culture. Wat Nong Bua is unique, with its beautiful architecture and mesmerizing candle festival in July! The best time to visit throughout all three months prior to the event, as well as October’s boat scenery celebration, will leave you feeling blessed—and not just because there’s free entry between 8 pm – 10 pm on weekdays during these periods (although that does help).
Top 12: Chanthaburi
Chanthaburi is a place of natural beauty, where travelers can enjoy the outdoors and seek tranquility in this bustling city. It’s located within close proximity to waterfalls, lush forests full of wildlife, or heads out on adventures suited for just about any adventure seeker – there are many options! Visitors come from all over Thailand to experience Chanraboris’ offerings; some travel writers says it has “the most beautiful landscapes” they’ve ever seen while others praise these surroundings as their favorite spot anywhere on earth because not only does everything seem so perfect but you also have no worries whatsoever once outside (very important).
Top 11: Nong Khai
You’ll never forget the time you spent in Nong Khai. Visit this border town for a little getaway and find out what makes it so captivating!
Nong Khai, Thailand’s second-largest city and a popular stop for visitors on their way to neighboring Laos is also an interesting destination in its own right. The locals are welcoming enough that you’ll want to stay at least one night when passing through this beautiful land of rice paddies and riverboats!
Sala Kaew Ku – an incredible sculpture park that has huge statues of Buddha, Vishnu and Shiva contained within its confines. With great views out over the river and typically stunning temples to boot; Nong Khai is a picturesque place for visitors with their usual dose of peacefulness sprinkled in during festivals!
Top 10: Hua Hin
You have a very good chance of getting the best views in Hua Hin. The beaches are beautiful, but you’ll want to visit them during low tide so as not to get too much on your feet if hiking or walking around–the ground will be soft and sticky from all that displaced salt water!
Once a fishing village known only for its beautiful beaches and swaying coconut palms, Hua Hin became Thailand’s first resort town when King Rama VII took up residence here in the 1920s. Over time it has grown into an urban center by the sand with Bangkok residents flocking from far-away lands to spend their weekends enjoying golf courses (many of which are open year-round), waterparks, and many day trips away.
Hua Hin is a seaside town that offers visitors an opportunity to relax and unwind. The nearby waterfalls, caves, Khao Takiab hill with its scenic view over Hua Hin are just some of the top attractions in this tranquil area!
Top 9: Surat Thani
The perfect destination for a relaxing getaway, Surat Thani has so much to offer with its white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
Surat Thani is a great destination for travelers looking to break their journey before heading onto more touristic areas. There are many bustling night markets, authentic foods, and beautiful beaches that can be found here in Suratthani!
Top 8: Sukhothai
Visit the ancient city of Sukhothai, home to temples and pagodas that are centuries old. The architecture is a stunning blend between Indian and Thai styles with gables on corners for extra spice!
Some people think of Sukhothai as a sleepy little town with nothing to see, but those who know better will tell you that it has more than enough hidden treasures just waiting for discovery. The city is home not only to some amazing historical sites like ruins from the old kingdom and temples in ruin — there’s also an extensive park full of archaeological excavations where visitors can get up close and personal with Thailand’s rich cultural history!
The ancient city of Sukhothai is often considered Thailand’s golden age. The once-prosperous kingdom thrived in the 13th and 14th centuries, during which it became known as ´The Dawn Of Happiness´ because people were so happy here! Early arrival will allow you time to explore this incredible site before its sun rises over some stunning Buddhist temples that stand like guardian spirits amongst their ruins.
Top 7: Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima is a gorgeous city in the center of Thailand. It’s filled with historical sites, such as Wat Arun & The Grand Palace where you can see how people have lived for centuries! If I had to choose one place from all over Asia it would be Nong Khai because there are not many things outside this town worth seeing but if you’re looking at temples or nature then chances are they’re near enough so come check us out;)
Korat is a great base to explore the nearby Khao Yai National Park. The city has expansive markets and street stalls where you can wander around, but there aren’t many attractions that will make your visit memorable for everyone else besides yourself!
The stunning scenery and extensive hiking trails in the area make it a wonderful destination for travelers interested in seeing Asian elephants, monitoring lizards gibbons. One attraction that you won’t want to miss out on while visiting this region is Nakhonratchasima(Korat). Phimai ruins are also magnificent so if they’re within reach when your itinerary permits then don’t skip them!
Top 6: Pattaya
I’ve always wanted to go on vacation in Thailand and Pattaya is perfect. The food, people-watching–the beach life really captured my imagination!
Pattaya is a city that never sleeps because it has plenty of places to go and things worth seeing. From the party scene at Go-Go bars, massage parlors for anyone looking for some R&R after hours, or even just people watching on Beach Road as you sip your cocktail before heading home – Pattayas got everything any traveler could need!
Despite its reputation, local authorities have attempted to clean up the city of Pattaya and there is now a wide range of watersports facilities available. Remarkably this seems like it’s worked quite well as even though sex tourism is still what draws most tourists in; another kind has started coming through for them!
Top 5: Kanchanaburi
The architecture in Kanchanaburi is beautiful, with its old traditional houses. The food here has a strong Thai influence and it’s often enjoyed by locals as well tourists who want to get away from the busyness of Bangkok life for a while!
Located on the banks of two beautiful rivers, Kanchanaburi is known for crafting railway bridges that were used in World War Two. The museums here are worth seeing as well and there are many temples throughout this city with breathtaking scenery outside its borders too! For those looking to hike but without all the hiking equipment at home (or abroad), visit Erawan National Park where you can find Sai Yok Noi Falls or simply walk among lush greenery near them.
Top 4: Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai is a hidden gem on the map. It’s known for being part of Thailand’s jungle and waterfalls, but what many don’t know about this beautiful location are all its other natural treasures like orchid gardens!
Chiang Rai is fantastically located in the far north of Thailand. The jaw-droppingly beautiful White Temple shines so brightly that it can only be seen at midday, and its features are unique to behold with its spectacular architecture!
You don’t have to go far in order to find spectacular scenery. The Golden Triangle, lying at the point where Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand meet has some stunning views that are worth seeing for themselves! Lying just outside of this area is Khun Korn waterfall which you can visit if you’re looking for an adventure on your trip while also refreshing yourself from all those long days exploring new territory.
Top 3: Ayutthaya
The culture in Ayutthaya is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. The town’s history dates back thousands of years, and it still has a lot left to offer visitors today!
Thailand’s ancient capital of Ayutthaya is not far from Bangkok. It was once the largest city in all of Asia back during colonial days, but most parts were destroyed by war and natural disasters over time which leaves us with only ruins to explore today! After doing so, enjoy an experience at floating markets where you can take boats out onto Mae Nam Chao Phraya river (or other waterways) while floats carrying local goods float around peacefully below – no motorized vehicles allowed though 😉
Top 2: Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is a fantastic place to visit! I highly recommend it if you’re looking for some fun, adventure, and relaxation. The people are so friendly there that they will feel like your old friend as soon after leaving their presence- just look at the example above about how we were welcomed when visiting this city in Thailand last year (I hope our hosts would approve).
With over 300 temples in the city; there are loads of cool places to discover! Chiang Mai is a charming and laidback place perfect for relaxing after traveling around Thailand. Why not indulge yourself with some Thai massages or treat your taste buds by sampling all that delicious street food on offer?
Chiang Mai’s old town is a quaint little place with peaceful lanes to wander and explore. One of the most famous temples in Thailand, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep lies just outside this small city on topsoil overlooking Chom Gained impressively from its lofty hilltop perch!
Top 1: Bangkok
The Thai capital of Bangkok is a must-see for any tourist. The River City Project has been designed to make this metropolis more sustainable by creating new public green spaces and renovating old ones, which will fill up with trees again as well!
Thailand is a country with so much to offer; from ancient temples and bustling markets to modern skyscrapers. The capital city of Bangkok has an endless list of attractions for visitors who want more than just some beaches in their vacation itinerary- this Southeast Asian destination will leave you feeling refreshed after exploring its many offerings!
Bangkok is a bustling city with many attractions. In the Nightlife and Thai Cuisine sections, Khao San Road becomes popular for tourists from around the world looking to experience new things in this thriving metropolis as well!