“Top destinations in Thailand”

We aren’t being biased when we say Thailand is the best country in the Southeast Asian country. It has everything from tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins with ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha, and even a bustling metropolitan city.

-BANGKOK is the dazzling capital with an ultramodern cityscape, bustling nightlife, and rich culture. Don’t forget street food! Fresh, flavorful, and a favorite of people from all over the world.

-PATTAYA is a must if you love both the beach and the nightlife. It is on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast and is very close to getting to from Bangkok.

-PHUKET and KRABI, the pearl city of Asia, are best for who love a tranquil beach and beautiful sea views. There is plenty to do here for everyone from families to young travelers.

-KOH SAMUI, next to Phangan Island, is a quiet island for most of the month, but transforms every full moon and half moon for the infamous full moon parties.

-CHIANGMAI is a mountain town nature lovers must visit. It has the northern style of temples and a daily life very difference to other places in Thailand.

-KOH KOOD, Trat Province
Paradise Island of the East Sea, beautiful sea, crystal clear water, Sai Ngam Beach, Koh Kood is an island that still has natural beauty, with waterfalls, forests, canals, quiet, suitable for rest Energize your holiday life. There are many accommodation.

-KOHCHANG with steep,jungle-covered peaks,pictursque koh chang(Elephant Island) retains its remote and rigged spirit -despite attempts to transform it into a package-tour destination sweeping bays are sprinkled along the west coast,most have super-fine sand, some have pebbles. What it lacks in sand it makes up for in an unlikely combination. accessible wilderness with a thriving party scene. Convenient forays into a verdant jungle or underwater coral gardens can be enthusiastically toasted at one of Lonely Beach’s many beer and bucket parties.

is the second largest in Thailand. It covers an area of 2.168 square kilometers, including evergreen forests and grasslands. Its altitude mostly ranges from 400 to 1000m above sea level. There are 3.000 species of plants, 320 species of birds like Red Junglefowl and Green Peafowl and 66 species of mammals, including Asiatic Black Bear, Asian Elephant, Gaur, Gibbon, Indian Sambar Deer, Pig-Tailed Macaque, Indian Muntjac, Dhole, and Wild Pig.

Wow, what a list! And we didn’t even mention the millions and millions of Bats that are flying around at night! Recent monitoring has discovered Tigers in parts of Eastern Thailand including the Khao Yai region where they were previously thought to have been completely extirpated.