Thailand one of world’s most popular tourist target in Southeast Asia, is a real observer of bio-diversity with crystal blue beaches, dense tropical rain forest, mountains. The foods, cheap beach bungalows and the luxurious hotels magnetize tourists from all over the world. You will surely get something of your interest and your budget. Your visit to Thailand will make to step into an exclusively assorted world. But the only trouble is to narrowing things down before trip to Thailand. To help you, here is the list of the top 10 attractions in Thailand.
Ko Phi Phi
To enjoy vast beaches, Ko Phi Phi is the best place in Thailand and scuba-divers it is the dream place. You can also involve yourself in various water amusement activities, such as snorkeling, kayaking etc.
Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay, 60 miles away from the Phuket Island, is one of the popular tourist appeals in Thailand for its fabulous scenic beauty; that includes attractive caves, marine cavern and limestone islands. Ko Ping Kan Island is legendary as James Bond movie “The Man with the Golden Gun” was featured and thus popularly known as the James Bond Island.
The Grand Palace is conceivably the most eminent attraction in the dynamic city Bangkok. Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Grand Palace includes convincing series of porches, corridors, vestibules and other buildings spread with vast turfs, copious gardens and majestic courtyards. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is the most brilliant here.
Raily, also known as Rai Leh is the popular rock-climbing area is in the Krabi Province on the Andaman Sea coast. Railay, which is accessible by boat only, possesses an array of exciting tourist attractions.
Thailand–Burma Death Railway
The two-hour train journey along the notorious The Thailand–Burma Death Railway from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok is one of Thailand’s most popular train rides because of its scenic beauty and historical value. During World War II, this rail track was built by the Japanese to connect Yangon (the then-capital of Burma) with Bangkok.
Ayuthaya Historical Park
Ayuthaya Historical Park is another well-liked tourist spot that contains the history of ruin of the second capital of Siam, which was established around 1350 AD.
Haad Rin on the island of Koh Phangan is famous for the Full Moon Party, an all-night beach party that happens here. If you have missed the full moon on Koh Phangan Island, don’t feel low. There are more parties including Half Moon, Black Moon and Shiva Moon party.
Phanom Rung is a Hindu temple, situated on a dead volcano in northeastern Thailand, astonishing for its marvelous construction. Phanom Rung temple was erected to symbolize Mount Kailash, the sacrosanct abode of Lord Shiva.
Koh Lipe, a tiny island near the Malaysian border is positioned in the Andaman Sea. World’s 25% of fish species, Coral reefs are the main attraction here.
Amphawa Floating Market
We all know Bangkok is the most popular shopping destination but for a change you can try the Amphawa Floating Market in a little distance from Bangkok.