One of the Asia’s most popular vacation destination for tourists, Thailand’s natural beauty works as a charm in attracting more and more holidaymakers. Thailand is a spiritual and religious country that leaves a lifelong on every tourist that pays a visit here. It offers a wide bouquet to the visitors, full of smiling locals, some interesting quirks, rich history and of course an unforgettable experience. To help you out on planning a successful Thailand tour package, below is a list of few places you must visit while in Thailand.
Bangkok is a chaotic and restless metropolis and obviously a very important part of your trip to Thailand. The capital of Thailand has some unbelievable places of interest that one would be too foolish to miss out on. Highlights of such places include the bejeweled Grand Palace, Wat Arun is one of the best known and oldest landmarks in Bangkok, and Wat Po, which is home to a huge reclining Buddha. Bangkok also makes a great option for a superb that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
The floating market
If you’ve seen the Bond movie “The man with the golden gun”, you might be able to recall the famous scene from it where they show a floating market that was shot here in Thailand. This place is now a major tourist attraction and a photogenic location, where the visitors can witness what trading was like, in Thailand before modernization hit hard to this city. It’s a fulfilled experience buying something from here. Although the produces piled up in a boat are a little expensive in itself. This region is filled with orchards, blooming local businesses and vineyards which are great to view sitting in a canal boat.
The East Coast Islands
Koh Phangan and Koh Samui are islands located on the eastern Thailand that are popular with the vacationers. Both these islands are well known for their white sand beaches lined by palm trees, laid back attitudes and turquoise waters. Koh Samui is rather more developed and is inclined towards holidaymakers whereas; Koh Phangan with its renowned full moon parties and cool cafes has more of a free spirit feel. If you’re looking for some less crowded, peaceful and an island that feature world class diving, then you must visit Koh Tao or Koh Nang Yuan, which are just a stone’s throw away from here.
Only a few hours of train journey from Bangkok will take you to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, which is a must on every Thailand tour package. Today, the ancient civilization lies in collapsed ruins but the remains of once towering and extraordinary temples are classed as world heritage site by UNESCO and are hauntingly beautiful. To enjoy this place to its fullest you must at least give it a full day of your trip and of course doesn’t forget to take your camera along.