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Top Things to Do in Thailand

1. Admire the Grand Palace

Bangkok

Any Bangkok tour will lead you to the Grand Palace – the most famous and must-visiting attractions in the capital of Thailand. Formerly served as the home to Royal family and the administrative seat of government for 150 years, Grand Palace has an important role in the history of this country. Marvel at the traditional Thai architecture with delicate details which clearly shows the amazing creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people the old time. Nowadays, the building is not lived by the Royal family anymore. However, it still remains many valuable items, artifacts, and traditional values of the ancient Thai Kingdom.

2. Kayaking in Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Province - North of Phuket

A newbie has just been noted in the list of travel addicts, Phang Nga Bay is definitely a heaven on earth. Along with Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, this unique place is home to variously scattered limestone cliffs suddenly rising from the emerald green water.

The highlights of this bay are James Bond Island and Koh Pannyi. The name James Bond starts from a scene of a James Bond filming here. Hop on a boat trip riding along the bay to catch the spectacular view or kayaking to get a closer look at everywhere you want. are just two of the more famous spots in this bay.

3. Enjoy Floating Markets

Near Bangkok

Mention to Bangkok, along with gilded sacred temples and chaotic lifestyle, people usually think about the colorful floating markets. The markets are familiar places and the endless inspiration for those who have the passion for photography. If you want to explore the daily life of Thai people, floating markets are all you need to visit. On the local’s boats, they sell everything from tropical fruits, fresh juice, Thai food to raw ingredients such as vegetables and meat. The popular markets to enjoy the bustling atmosphere are Damnoen Saduak, Taling Chan, Tha Kha, Damnoen Saduak, and Bang Ku Wiang.

4. Snorkeling in Phi Phi Island

Krabi Province

Another stranger in traveling field that rapidly becomes a popular destination for beach-lovers is Phi Phi Island. Just 2 hours riding a boat from Phuket, you can soak in this wonderful sight with crystal clear water, white-sand beach, and unusual rock formations. Moreover, this tropical paradise has a rich marine life with a plenty of sea species. To explore the undersea life, snorkeling in the warm and calm water is the best idea. The experience is unforgettable and worth to try at least one time in your whole life!

5. Visit Doi Suthep

Chiang Mai

No Thailand tour can exclude a visit to many religious sites along the country. In Chiang Mai, visitors cannot withdraw Doi Suthep from their list. This attraction is a sacred place that consists of a long way from the foothill leading to the top where you can enjoy the panoramic view over the peaceful city of Chiang Mai. Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, the highlight of the hill, is a golden tower-shaped temple where thousands of Buddhist followers gather to pilgrimage in important festivals.


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