Scenic in Thailand

Thailand Scenic

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Bangkok Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw, Floating Market, Chinatown, Wat Pho

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a conurbation where one can find together old and new, East and West, conventional and up-to-the-minute, unified together in a melodious way. Samut Prakan (2...

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Hua Hin Entertainment, Heritage, Nature, Water

Famous for: Klai Kangwon Palace, Maruekhathayawan Palace, Phraya Nakhon Cave, Panee Butterfly Farm

The beachside resort, Hua Hin, is a three hours drive from south of Bangkok. This place is renowned as the king's summer palace, a testimony to the exquisiteness of the nature. Hua Hin's...

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Chiang Mai Land, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Doi Suthep, Umbrella Factory and the Silk Factories, Wat Chedi Luang, Sai Nam Phung Butterfly Farm and Orchid Nursery

Chiang Mai is a metropolis and province in the northern part of Thailand. Renowned for its forests and mountain ranges, Chiang Mai is one such destination for those who want indulge in the beaut...

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Pattaya Entertainment, Heritage, Nature, Water

Famous for: Zoo, Gardens, Museums

Pattaya has earned its name as a "seedy" town over the years, but if you excuse yourself from the bar area you'll find bounty of things fuss into and see. The beach in Pattaya is n...

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Khao Yai National Park Land, Entertainment, Nature, Water

Famous for: Prachin Buri River , Lam Ta Kong River , Forests, Grasslands

Khao Yai National Park in northeastern Thailand is one of the few enduring places in Southeast Asia where you can still spot wild elephants. Numerous waterfalls and miles of mountaineering and b...

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Ayutthaya Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Ayutthaya Historical Park, Wat Phra Mahthat, Wat Chaiwattanarm,

Ayutthaya, full name Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, is a primeval capital and contemporary city in the Central plains of Thailand, located 85 km north of Bangkok. Ayutth...

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Koh Samui Nature, Water

Famous for: Buddhism, Temples , Religion, Hinta Hinyai, Namuang Waterfall

Koh Samui is celebrated for two things - scuba diving and parties, mainly the Full Moon Party, a once-a-month burlesque that attracts up to 30,000 people every time. These parties are held on th...

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Krabi Nature, Water

Famous for: Railay Beaches & Caves, Thung Teao Forest Natural Park, Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Cave), Phi Phi Islands

Krabi is a beach town with some of the most remarkable seashore cliffs in Thailand. The Phi Phi islands and the many neighboring beach locales draw snorkelers, scuba divers, boaters and kayakers...

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Koh Phi Phi Land, Nature, Water

Famous for: King Cruiser Wreck, Dive-site, Sand and corals

Koh Phi Phi, or Phi Phi Island, is one of the most chattered about places in Southeast Asia, with its luring natural beauty and repute is firmly on the top of the tourists’ destinatio...

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Hin Daeng Entertainment, Nature, Water

Famous for: Dive sites, Coral Gardens, Pinnacles, Walls, Lush Soft-Corals, Whale Sharks, Reef Sharks, Cuttlefish, Schools Of Game Fish, Manta Rays, Cavern

Plunging enthusiasts shouldn’t miss Hin Daeng located in Andaman Sea. Accurately meaning the Red Rock, this region is often considerate to be one of the top notch diving spots in Thailand....

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Mae Hong Son Land, Nature, Water

Famous for: Tham Pla Forest Park, Salawin National Park, Thai-Japan Friendship Memorial Hall

Mae Hong Son is the capital city of Thailand’s northwestern-most region. Its close immediacy to the Burmese edge gives the metropolis a very diverse feel to the rest of Thailand. Serene an...

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Floating Market Nature

Famous for: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Don Wai Floating Market , Taling Chan Floating Market, ha Kha Floating Market ,

Floating markets are a fantasy for tourists than the locals these days and a mesmerizing cultural experiences as well as glimpses into the origional way of life of a long-gone era. Damnoen Sadua...

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Chiang Mai Night Bazaar Nature

Famous for: Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Sompet Market, Worarot Market, Muang Mai Wholesale Market,

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is one of the city’s major night-time allure, especially for families, and is the contemporary legacy of the original Yunnanese commerce carav...

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Patong Beach Nature, Water

Famous for: Beaches

Patong Beach, situated on the West Coast of Phuket, is the one of the most popular Phuket's beaches and it draws large crowds all through the year. Despite the fact that, 15 years ago this p...

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Doi Suthep Chiang Mai Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Waterfalls, hiking and mountain-biking trails

Wat Phra Borommahathat Doi Suthep was constructed in 1383 by King Gue-Na on a highland authoritative a remarkable view of the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand's northern capital. The temple comprise...

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Golden Triangle Nature, Pilgrim, Water

Famous for: Mekong river, Treasure ship, Hall of Opium

Positioned 9 km to the north of Chiang Saen is the world renowned place where the boundaries of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet up. On the right, are the Laos PDR and the triangle land, on the lef...

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Promthep Cape Phuket Nature

Famous for: Maritime artifacts , Lighthouse, Museum

Prom’ - the Thai word for the Hindu God ‘Lord Brahma’ signifying purity and ‘Thep’ is Thai for deity. Promthep is a promontory elongating into the maritime and stru...

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Marble Temple Wat Benjamabopit Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Marble Temple

The Marble Temple or "Wat Benjamabopit," as it is identified in Thai was built in 1899 A.D., during the sovereignty of King Rama the 5th as the place of religious legacy for the future...

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Wat Traimit Golden Buddha Temple Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Scenic Beauty

The outstanding temple of Wat Traimit houses in the world's biggest concrete gold Buddha image. Formed of about 83% pure gold and weighing in at five and a half tons, the 15-foot giant seate...