WHAT TO DO IN THAILAND?
The capital of the country is a huge and vibrant city where you will find palaces, temples, parks, giant shopping centers, bustling markets and streets full of vendors offering you souvenirs and some of the best food you will taste in a long time.
Khao Yai National Park
The closest Park to the capital is a good destination for jungle tours visiting waterfalls and looking for monkeys, elephants, bats, deer, porcupines, snakes and many other animals. Given its extension it includes diverse habitats: from tropical forest to deciduous forest, passing through mixed forest with mountains and meadows.
The “Rose of the North” of Thailand is a natural and cultural wonder that is characterized by its ethnic diversity, a wide range of attractions and its welcoming hospitality. The ancient city of Chiang Mai is a showcase of the diverse indigenous cultural identities of northern Thailand, including different dialects, delicious cuisine, characteristic architecture, traditional values, lively festivals, craft workshops, Thai massage in the style of northern Thailand. country and classic dances.
The island of Koh Lipe
Koh Lipe is a very small island that is part of the Tarutao Marine Natural Park. You can walk perfectly on foot, you do not even need to have a bicycle, and there is nothing better than that to get to know it. Although actually going there you can already get an idea of what you will find: turquoise waters with navy blue areas and white sandy beaches.
When one prepares to visit this place for the first time, he illusively tends to think that Ayutthaya is that place that houses the ruins and little else. But no. Ayutthaya is a modern city, as it can be Bangkok (saving the differences, obvious), and at various points of the city, separated from each other by considerable distances, these ruins are distributed, whose exact name is Historical Park Ayutthaya.
Koh Samui and Koh Phangan
Koh Samui is one of the most popular islands in Thailand. It is located in the Gulf of Thailand and shares an archipelago with Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. Koh Samui is a beautiful island with long white sand beaches, many coconut trees and crystal clear turquoise waters.
On this island you will find endless activities to enjoy an excellent vacation. In Koh Samui you will have at your disposal many leisure options such as excursions, water activities, shopping, lots of nightlife and many others.
The floating Market
Thailand is full of floating markets full of charm and beauty where travelers can take their best photos. Of all the floating markets, Damnoen Saduak is undoubtedly the largest and best known among Thai and foreign tourists. Genuine floating markets are few and far between, so it is worth approaching one of them and discover how they traded formerly from their boats, vendors of fruit and crafts. In Damnoen Saduak, there are so many boat sellers that wherever you look there is always a lovely picture postcard to capture with the camera and bring us a souvenir of the most authentic Thailand.
Ko Phi Phi
Koh Phi Phi Leh is a must for most travelers because it is where the Di Caprio movie was filmed and is where Thailand’s most photographed beach, Maya Beach, is probably found, while Koh Pai and Koh Young are almost intact . In Koh Phi Phi Leh another of the interesting places is to go to know Phileh Lagoon.
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST
Ko Phi Phi