Thailand, many call this place a paradise for their appreciation and love to tropical living. A country with beautiful souls, unlimited sunshine, magnificent beaches, affordable living, and ideal weather, is very attractive.
Thailand being such a charming country, has a lot to offer. Capital city Bangkok, the night life paradise Pattaya, the sunshine supplier Phuket, these are the stock standard for Thailand. But an adventurer wants more. Here are the 10 places in Thailand you should visit.
1 . Hua Hin
Located south of Bangkok, approximately 3 hours car ride away, Hua Hin is a district that offers a long and beautiful coastal line with silky sands. Well known for its spectacular sunrises, Hua Hin’s main beach has a 4km of sandy strip that fringe the Gulf of Thailand.
On the western side of the beautiful beach is a verdant mountains and hills, quiet and peaceful.
Tourists often refer Hua Hin as the Miami in Thailand.
2 . Hat Yai
Hat Yai, far south of Thailand close to the Malaysian border, is a sprawling commercial hub and shopping destination. This city is the heart of south Thailand. Because of its geographical location, Hat Yai’s culture has a lot of similarity to Malaysia. Their floating marketing has a different vibe to Bangkok’s.
3 . Kanchanaburi
Kanchanaburi is a town in west of Thailand. It is one of the most beautiful town in Thailand. Some of the must-do in Kanchanaburi is to visit the World War II sites, historical parks and monuments, buddhist temples and outdoor activities. This town is known for the Death Railway built during World War II.
4 . Mae Hong Son
Mae Hong Son is situated in the northern side of Thailand. A mountainous and remote province that borders Myanmar. It has low population yet very ethnically diverse.
If you are sick of the modern metropolitan cities, Mae Hong Son is the perfect place to visit. Home to hill tribes, it is a place to truly relax and bring peace to your life.
5 . Trang
Located at southern Thailand, It is a place for anyone in love with white sand beaches, island and limestone mountains. Trang offers a multitude of incredible attractions and activities without the crowds.
6 . Lampang
Lampang is located 100km away from Chiang Mai. Home to some of the incredible temples and traditional wooden house.
Most visitors visit Lampang to see the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center, and bypass the Lampang town on their way to Chiang Mai. But we highly recommend those who are willing to spend time to explore the charming town and province. You will be pleasantly surprised that Lampang offers something uniquely different.
7 . Ratchaburi
Ratchaburi is a province in central Thailand to the west of Bangkok, bordering Myanmar.
The Damnoen Saduak floating market is famous for food, handicrafts and souvenirs sold from vendors on traditional wooden boats afloat on khlongs (canals).
Unique attractions such as vintage farms, where you could get close to the adorable alpaca.
8 . Chiang Rai
Located in the northern Thailand neighbouring borders of Laos and Myanmar, Chiang Rai is a charming city with a more relaxed and down to earth feel compared to other metropolitan cities. It has its own historical and cultural attractions and definitely worth a visit.
9 . Sukhothai
Sukhothai is a province in central Thailand, approximately 400 km north of Bangkok. The modern town of new Sukhothai is the capital of the province.
Sukhothai is the origin to the Thai culture. It was once the capital of Thailand. This is the best place to learn about Thai culture if you are new to the country.
During the evolution of the Thai history, Sukhothai played an important role to shape Thailand the way it is. The magnificent historical temples and palaces are the proofs of the Thailand’s brilliance.
10 . Koh Lipe
Looking for something other than Phuket? Consider Koh Lipe as your next holiday location.
Koh Lipe is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea, near Malaysia’s border. The island has sandy beaches and coral-rich water. If you are after a quiet vacation with sandy beaches, clean water and the perfect sun-set, you will not be disappointed by Koh Lipe.
In Thailand, there is always something charming…