Top 5 things to do in Thailand
Thailand’s world-famous attractions have been well documented on television, are used as backdrops in several Hollywood movies and crop up again and again in modern fiction. To witness this thing, you should spend time on traveling Thailand and have wonderful experiences in this land. There are many things to do when traveling in Thailand. Among them, you should try following experiences.
- Visit Grand Palace
If there is one must-see sight that no visit to Bangkok would be complete without, it is the dazzling, spectacular Grand Palace, undoubtedly the city’s most famous landmark. Built in 1782 – and for 150 years the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and the administrative seat of government – the Grand Palace of Bangkok is a grand old dame indeed, that continues to have visitors in awe with its beautiful architecture and intricate detail, all of which is a proud salute to the creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people. Within its walls were also the Thai war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. Today, the complex remains the spiritual heart of the Thai Kingdom. Indochina tours Thailand
While you are there, you should not miss the Emerald Buddha and nearby Wat Pho, which is home to the largest reclining Buddha in Thailand. Another must see is Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, which is stunning from a distance and intriguing close up, with its mosaic detailing, as you climb to the top.
- Visit floating markets
Floating markets are located throughout Bangkok and the surrounding provinces, and they are extremely popular to visit on the weekends for both locals and foreigners. What was once a normal way of life, floating markets throughout Thailand have now turned into more of a novelty form of entertainment. Nowadays the biggest attraction to a floating market in Thailand is the food that is cooked and served directly from a boat floating in the canal. The markets also offer plenty of random trinket shopping and are just good places to walk around. If you wish, you almost always have the option of navigating the market on a personal boat tour as well.
There are many must-see floating markets in Thailand such as: Damnoen Saduak (Ratchaburi), Bang Nam Phueng (Phra Pradaeng), Khlong Lat Mayom (Bangkok), etc.
- Take a tuk tuk
Tuk tuks (three-wheeled) used to be everyone’s favorite way of getting around Bangkok before the BTS, MRT and colorful taxis took over. Originating from an old-fashioned rickshaw during the Second World War, a tuk-tuk is essentially a rickshaw with a small engine fitted in. A snug sofa with a small engine and a colorful hood, the tuk tuk is perfect for dodging lorries, swerving sidewalks and jamming taxis. They are the cheapest and by far the most fun travel option in Thailand.
Tuk tuks have become one of Bangkok’s most recognizable transportation features, and are still popular among tourists and visitors. Riding a tuk-tuk is more of an experience rather than a practical way to get around.
- Try some street foods
Thai street food is delicious and there is so much variety of street food in Thailand. It is a must to try if you are on holidays in Thailand. Nothing beats a bit of pad Thai or spicy green curry cooked on the street corner by your favorite two-toothed man. Forget the horror stories and indulge in a strange-looking snack or bizarre-smelling beverage from a vendor! The Eating Thai Food blog lends a few tips on how to decide what to eat while offering up a few cooking tips so you can recreate the Thai magic in your own kitchen.
- Eat insect
Eating fried insects in Thailand appears on the priority list of most daring travelers, something you should try at least once and take a photo so you can proudly exhibit it once back home. This only goes for the brave ones, the cowardly ones just want a photo of the little crawlers to such an extent that some insect vendors started to charge 10 baht just for the right to take a picture.
A bag of crisps has a lot in common with a serving of fried insects. They are both tasty, greasy, cheap and are great with beer, but fried insects definitely have an edge over crisps, both in terms of nutritious value and the exotic element. You will not just find one type, but an entire ramp of species glistening under the bright-neon lights of a hawker’s push-cart, from finger food like bamboo worms and crickets to the ominous-looking scorpions and what seems to be like an entire colony of ants: the queen, her second-in-command and all the workers as well.
Being a tourist paradise, there are many things to do when tourists travel in Thailand. All experiences bring new and interesting moments for tourists. With above must-do things, you will make your Thailand travel tour more perfect.
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