Top destinations in Thailand you can’t ignore
Patara elephant farm would be the first place in Chiang Mai you should pay a visit. It is home to different various kinds of animals, especially elephant. It is a famous place in Thailand whose people believe in 4 R: rescue, recovery, reproduction, and reintroduction. There is truly nothing more incredible than standing right next to one of these creatures, spending the day learning about the elephants and their situation, feeding and bathing them as well.
The second highest recommendation is Koh Tao. Koh Tao has everything you’re looking for, from beautiful resorts, nightlife until the most stunning beaches. What is better than watching the sunset from the mountain viewpoint. It is truly one of the best things you can not ignore. It would not be a trip to Koh Tao without enjoying stereotypical fire dances on the beaches. If you’ve been thinking about getting your driving license, Koh Tao is the best choice. It is the second cheapest place in the world to get yours and definitely going to be the best dive sites in the entire world. The experience of breathing underwater is unbeatable.
Koh Lanta is a bit of a couple island and extremely beautiful. There is one activity, in particular, you must try is taking an island tour. During that day trip, visitors have a chance to admire the most magnificent islands that you’d ever seen in your entire life. At one point of the tour, local guides even take travelers through the massive tunnels, get to a lagoon where pirates are said to have hidden their treasure.
To get more detail about Koh Lanta, you can view Indochina tour
Khao Sok National park
Regarded as the best wildlife reserve in Thailand, Khao Sok National Park in the South is a place you can’t end up traveling without visiting. This place is home to different various kinds of animals such as Asian elephants, gibbons, wild boars and many other exotic animals living in the jungle forest surrounded by lakes and rivers. The tropical forests with more than 160 million years old is also an ideal place to visit in dry season. At this point, tourists can be able to admire the magnificent cliffs, enjoy a host of outdoor activities as trekking, swimming or simply photographing waterfalls.
The Grand Palace
Located at the heart of Bangkok with its beautiful, unique architecture, the Grand Palace is considered as a proud salute to the creativity of Thai people and is a must-see site in Thailand. Built in 1872, Grand Palace is not only a home of the King and his court for 150 years old but also is used for hosting royal ceremonies and welcoming important guests
Within the grounds of the Grand Palace complex, Wat Phra Kaew- The temple of the Emerald Buddha is one of the most important temples in Thailand. The meaning of its name is “magnificent” but inside the complex, you can find inner peace and beautiful murals telling the Ramayana epic. The construction of the temple started building in 1785 and it is the only temple in Thailand which doesn’t have quarters for monks. Each year, just have some monks are allowed to get entrance to decorate and worship.
Mentioning Thailand, it would be your mistake if you miss paying a visit to crowed and gorgeous floating market. Seeing what people do in Mekong River looks like one of the unique experience you’d ever have previously. Floating market as a real picture of astonishing lifestyle. A host of small boats gather together, sell many kinds of fruits and agricultural products and cuisine as well. Besides immersing yourself in bustling life, visitors can be able to taste local delicacies. Especially if you are interested in crowded vibe and explore the underwater means of traffic, don’t forget to enjoy floating market in the early morning. In the afternoon, the sunset is the moment all of the visitors waiting for.
There are some highlights in your floating market trip you can take a look: Damnoen Saduak, Amphawa, Talin Chan, Khlong Lat Mayom, Bang Nam Pheung.
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