7 things not to be missed when traveling Thailand
Thailand attracts tourists with its beautiful landscapes, magnificent temples, unique traditional festivals and large shopping centers, etc. Here are the activities that you cannot ignore while visiting this place.
1. Visit floating markets
Floating Market Thailand has a large number of foreign tourists to visit to enjoy peaceful landscapes and experience life on the floating village. Amphawa, Damnoen Saduak, and Khlong Lat Mayom are famous floating markets that you should visit once visiting Thailand. The dug – out canoes on the river offering fruits or goods are the characteristics of floating markets. You can sit in a boat along the river or walk on the banks to watch the busy life of local people on the river. Indochina holidays Thailand
2. Visit Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market only opens on weekends, from 8am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday. This is considered the shopping paradise of Thailand. The market is divided into many areas with outdoor stores. This place is the ideal destination for those who want to buy Sarong fabric, crafts, wooden furniture, handmade items and anything you want with quite reasonable price.
3. Explore beautiful beaches
Thailand is famous for its beautiful beaches on the island such as Phuket, Phi Phi, Koh Samui, Hua Hin and Krabi, etc. Any season of the year, the country always attracts thousands of tourists to enjoy their vacation. A peaceful space with white sand beaches, bright sunshine, enchanted coral reefs and diverse marine ecosystem would be the best choice for the summer holiday. Tours in Thailand
4. Admire Thailand Royal Palace
One of the tourist attractions in Thailand is its ancient structure including gold temples, gold towers, gold pagodas, etc. That is the reason why Thailand is dubbed as the land of Golden Temple. Royal Palace, known as Grand Palace is one of typical example whose architecture style is mix of ancient structure of Thailand and modern design of the West. Coming to the Grand Palace, visitors will admire the cultural elite, Thailand architecture and get enchanted in a peaceful, spiritual world.
5. Enjoy shopping at the largest center , MBK Center
MBK Center is an 8-storey building which is regarded as one of the biggest shopping malls in Asia. It features more than 2,000 shops and services, including 150 eateries and a lot of movie theaters. You can find various types of items such as clothing, cosmetics, leather goods, jewelry, electronics, IT, theaters, karaoke, etc and a 4 – floor department store.
6. Ride elephant
Visit the Khao Yai National Park, tourist have chance to ride the elephant and explore the tropical forests of Thailand. In addition, you should also take the time to visit the Safari World zoo Nature 12 km from Bangkok, Samutprakarn crocodile farm far100 kilometers from Bangkok or snake farm 20 kilometers from Bangkok.
7. Enjoy Thailand culinary
The culinary of Thailand is the characteristic flavor of spicy of pepper; sour, sweet and bitter of special condiment such as garlic, galangal, turmeric, etc which all are mixed by Thai people’s ingenious and exquisite hand. Thailand is one of 10 rich culinary culture countries in the world. The traditional dishes of Thais that tourists can not ignore are the papaya salad, sweet and sour shrimp soup (Tom Yum), spicy soup (Kang PHED), etc
Thailand with its beauty would enthrall tourists from all over the world to experience and explore. Let’s book tours to visit this beautiful land.
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