Three Things in Thailand

Thailand is one of the most popular destinations in Asia. A combination of affordable accommodations, amazing sceneries and welcoming locals have made tourists, mostly coming from US and Europe, fall in love in this Asian city.

And indeed, Thailand is one lovely place to visit. And with airfare getting more affordable these days, coupled with promos offered byonline tour agencies, there is no reason why you should not visit Thailand on your next holiday getaway.

Here is a list of the must-see places in Thailand.

This ancient city was one of the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, the old name of Thailand. It once served as a trading capital because of its strategic location where it is bordered by China, India and Malaysia. Today, the remnants of the grandness of this city are still visible. Ruins of magnificent temples and palaces are scattered in this city, providing picturesque views for visitors.

Chiang Mai
When you want to have a taste of Thailand in one night, go to Chiang Mai’s night market. This city offers sprawling business establishments, and at night, they would put up tents and stalls in streets sandwhiched by buildings and temple grounds. There’s practically a whole lot of things to see in the night bazaar—from handicrafts, to clothings, to food. Set against the cold evenings of Thailand, especially during the months from August to December, the night bazaar in Thailand is a perfect destination for couples and friends who want to experience Thailand at its humblest.

Ko Phi Phi
Located in Southern Thailand, this small archipelago offers streches of beaches that could take one’s breath away. Lines of pristine white sands and sparkling blue seas are just so inviting that tourists can’t resist having their swim the instant they arrive on the place. Good thing this place in the Krabi province offers world-class hotels and facilities, where tourists can stay and rest while enjoying the natural beauty of Thailand.

One thought on “Three Things in Thailand

  1. Thailand is already in my bucket list. I would love to visit the place hopefully when Bella is old enough to appreciate the experience :)


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