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‘Thailand’ is well known as the most visited tourist destination in Southeast Asia. Greenish thick jungle, crystal clear blue water in the ocean, significant landscape, and mouthwatering food all are available here on your demand in Thailand. Thailand was known as Siam until 1939. This country is the oldest independent country in Southeast Asia and never to have been colonized by a foreign power, and the country’s residents are drastically proud of that fact. Bangkok is the capital and the busiest city in Thailand.

Golden sandy beaches and spectacular islands in Thailand attract millions of visitors every year from all over the world. Thailand’s oldest beach resort ‘Hua Hin’, made by King Rama VII in the 1920s as an ideal getaway from Bangkok. After then Pattaya, Phuket, and Ko Samui also came to the rank in the 1970s, and these are now by far the most developed as well as famous beach resorts.


1.Religion and Belief

Thai culture is profoundly influenced by Buddhism. Thailand’s Buddhists community unlike others Buddhist prominent countries of East Asia, uphold the Theravada school, which is probably closer to its Indian origin and places a heavier principle on monasticism. Thai temples are known as wats, resplendent with gold and easily noticeable with their adorned, multicolored, and pointy roofs are ubiquitous.
In spite of the abundant quantity of tourism, Thailand restrains its exemplary identity including a significant culture and history all its own. Friendly people are immensely famous for their warm smiles and their fun-seeking lifestyle. Many travelers come to Thailand and extend their tour plan beyond their original plans.

2.Food and Accommodation

The food alone can really be reason enough for a trip to Thailand. Varieties food as instant soupy noodles, curries, fruit shakes, stir fries, fresh fish, seafood are available here in a zillion way. Food items in Thailand can be as cheaper and easier as ‘Thai fried noodles’ cooked instantly at a street stall or on the other hand, food menus also can be as costly and complicated as a ten-course meal by a royal chef served in one of Bangkok’s premium luxury hotels. Undoubtedly, maximum backpackers are stuck closer to the first option than the second one. Besides, finger licking food from street stalls and tiny sidewalk restaurants in Thailand are usually healthy and hygienic.
Some top finger licking dishes in Thailand are listed below:
• Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup)
• Som Tum (Spicy Green Papaya Salad)
• Tom Kha Kai (Chicken in Coconut Soup)
• Gaeng Daeng (Red Curry)
• Gaeng Keow Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry)
• Yam Nua (Spicy Beef Salad)
• Kai Med Ma Muang (Chicken with Cashew Nuts)

3.Top Ten Must-visit Tourist Destinations

In addition, from beachfront bungalows to the best luxurious hotels include every modern convenience you require for the best accommodation within the price bracket are easily found here in this country.
Now here you go for the details on top 10 must-visit tourist destinations in Thailand that make you stare and jaw-dropping in front of amazing picturesque scenario:

i)Phang Nga Bay

Located to the north of Phuket, Phang Nga Bay covers an area of approximately 400 square km and attributes 42 islands and islets. The unique feature of Phang Nga Bay is the sheering limestone karsts that dazzle vertically out of the emerald-green water. The bay is immensely secured from both the northeast and the southwest monsoon seasons.
Waters of the bay remain transparent and quiet at the whole year-round and thus, the bay feature a sanctuary for its scenic wonders, and abundant wildlife. There is a possible opportunity to roam around the bay and enjoy the natural attractions in a single day by a launch on our demand from any point along the east coast of Phuket.
The most spectacular sites to visit in the bay area are-
• James Bond Island
• Koh Panyee
• Samet Nangshe Viewpoint

ii)Similan Islands

Similan Islands are located at just around 84 km northwest of the buzzy crowds of Phuket. Koh Similan is one of the popular island communities in the Andaman Sea, for the wonders that reside beneath the clear blue waters surrounding this island. Comparatively, this tiny archipelago has also become the most desirable destination for nature lovers and scuba divers from all around the globe.
Moreover, at a very first glance, the most striking feature of these islands are the enormous boulders that scatter out of the western and southern shores. The additional highlights that the visitors soon discover are the exclusive picturesque scenario of white coral spreading sandy beaches.
“Similan” has come from the Malay Sembilan which means “nine”. Each of the Similan Islands contains its own number as well as a name and these are running from north to south. The sequent has mentioned by following-
• Koh Ba Ngu for No. 9
• Similan for No. 8
• Payu for No. 7
• Miang for No. 4, No. 5 and, in some particular opinion, also for No. 6
• Payan for No. 3
• Payang for No. 2 and
• Hu Yong for No. 1

iii)Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok is located about 50km northeast of Khao Lak and comprises approximately 739 square km of the world-famous national park. this low mountainous area belongs to the Province of Surat Thani measuring by the highest point of around 950m and covered by the primitive evergreen rainforest in the world.

The central area of Khao Sok National Park represents one of the most wonderful sites in southern Thailand as the man-made ‘Cheow Lan Lake’ that is comprised by Ratchaprapha Dam. The tall limestone karst formations jutting out from the emerald waters of the lake surrounded by sandstone and mudstone in that region. The hilly slopes are covered by the vegetation abundantly more than the Amazon forest.

iv)Erawan Falls

Erawan Waterfall is seven-tiered waterfalls located 40 km northwest in the Tenasserim Hills of Kanchanaburi region and covers an erstwhile area of around 550 km². This waterfall is famous as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand offering you plunge pools, rock formations, limestone caves, and the warm, humid and mysterious monsoon atmosphere of the rainforest. Every single step at Erawan Waterfalls has its own amazing perspectives and features, exhibiting the visitors several tiers of waterfalls in one stand – ledge, plunge, horsetail, cascade, and so on.
Thus, Erawan Waterfall offers a plenty of exploration opportunities to visitors. It hardly takes three hours to explore the complete length of the fall and the seven tiers. Mosquito repellent, water, and snacks are highly required to bring while hiking.

v)Thi Lo Su Waterfall

Thi Lo Su Waterfall is the largest and tallest plunge waterfall in Thailand and still mysteriously unknown to the travelers around the globe. This breathtaking waterfall was explored on the Mae Klong River in Tak region and only a few kilometers east from the frontier between Thailand and Myanmar. Thi Lo Su stands for approximately 250 meters by height and 450 meters by the width.
The attractive picturesque of Thi Lo Su Waterfall is beyond of the imagination. Although the waterfall is located in a very remote area of Thailand, still the breathtaking attractive four-tiered fall is worth the effort to reach there.
The journey will give us a remarkable experience to explore the trek in an unspoiled mother nature. We need to walk around 2 kilometers to reach the waterfall after arriving at the park headquarters. A skilled guide can be hired to get the waterfall with less hassle.

vi)Khao Yai National Park

Known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khao Yai is one of the most visited national parks in the world. Additionally, this is the third largest park in Thailand. The parks tract across four territories as well as Saraburi at the west, Nakhon Nayok at the east, Nakhon Ratchasima at the north and Prachinburi at the east.
This national park is admired with a lush wilderness, mountainous landscape, evergreen valleys, enchanting waterfalls and rich biodiversity. Khao Yai is a year-round must-visit destination that only three hours’ drive from Bangkok.
The best idea is to drop by the park’s headquarters and visitor’s center before closing hour to pick up an area map and plan your desired journey. The whole track includes hiking along the five outstanding scenic routes, enriched wildlife observing at Nong Pak Chee or Mo Singto and visiting spectacular vantage points and the park’s highest apex at Khao Rom.

vii)Doi Inthanon National Park

Doi Inthanon National Park is enriched by the magnificent beauty of nature. In addition, this park comprises the rugged mountainous landscape covered by tropical deep verdurous forests, vibrant rivers, majestic waterfalls and amazing biodiversity. The protected status of the national park makes it a sanctuary for animal species. This place is famous for bird watching in Thailand and also a sanctuary for approximately 362 different species of birds.
Doi Inthanon is the highest peak in Thailand and this is measured by a height of 2,565 meters above the sea level. The national park which contains Doi Inthanon and bears its name covers 482 km² across the territory. Accordingly, the Northern Hilltribes has settled down for long in Doi Inthanon.
Districts included in the region of Doi Inthanon National Park are:
• Toi Lor Sub-district of Chiang Mai Province
• Sanpatong District
• Chomthong District
• Mae Chaem District
• Mae Wang District

viii)Phi Phi Islands

The Phi Phi islands are the most excellent tourist destination in Southeast Asia. these artistic islands comprise the exclusive tropical getaway. If you want to visit these islands, then all you need to do is just get around a 45-minute speedboat trip or a 90-minute ferry boat ride from Phuket or Krabi. The paradise perfected islands exhibit tropical authentic beaches, stunning coral structures, and vivid sapphire waters abound with jazzy marine life.
Being the group of six islands, the two main islands of Phi Phi are Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh. The largest and inhabited island Phi Phi Don attracts hundreds of visitors to stay and make them extend their stay on its exotic shores. Moreover, the compact uninhabited Phi Phi Leh island represents stunningly breathtaking bays and beaches.

ix)Ang Thong National Marine Park

Ang Thong Marine National Park was established in 1980 and covers an area of more than 80% of the entire archipelago. Its national park authority ensures that development remains minimal and mother nature stays pleasant. Therefore, only a few licensed tour operators have access to Ang Thong Park.
Ang Thong National Marine Park is well known as a primitive archipelago among 42 islands includes sky-kissing limestone mountains, thick green jungle, white-sand sparkling beaches, luxuriant mangroves, unparalleled waterfalls, hidden caves, and lakes to explore.
Ang Thong Marine Park is a mostly secured region of more than 100 square kilometers of both land and sea within sight of Koh Samui. Besides, this marine park is home to a rich variety of exotic wildlife and sea species.
The main recruitments on one of the blissful beaches of Ang Thong are:
• Snorkeling
• Hiking
• sea kayaking
• scuba diving
• Yacht sailing
• Sunbathing

x)Tham Lot

Tham Lot is one of the longest cave plots with a total length of 1,666 meters in Thailand that is usually open for visitors year-round. Located about the one-hour drive by north of Pai in Mae Hong Son Province and only 15 km from the frontier between Thailand and Myanmar, the cave can both be visited on foot and on board a raft. Guided tours provided by villagers are available for roaming around safely.
Dignified archaeological heritages of thousand years have been found in Tham Lot. This cave features dazzling limestone stalactites and stalagmites that can be seen all along the underground path. The entry fees for both adults and kids are truly budget-friendly.


There is no doubt that Thailand is enriched with the multiple breathtaking sites including tropical dense forests, mist-covered mountains, silvery waterfalls and deep blue sea, golden sandy beaches and historical monuments. So, what are you waiting for? All you need to do is start planning the tour, get your backpack ready and then explore beautiful Thailand!


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