Thailand an Impeccable blend
Thailand is an impeccable blend of skyscrapers to serene landscapes, from ancient temples to exotic beaches. It is a place where tourist gets the experience of full moon parties to different festivals like Songkran (Thai New Year). The place has pristine beaches with dense rainforests. Few cities are the “must” visits of this city.
This place has dense rainforest with mountains and abode to many temples and Wats like Chedi luang, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. Jungle Treks are also proffered with different duration according to the needs of the tourists.
Tourists visit this place to see very famous Golden Triangle. Local people call it Sop Ruak, the point where river Mekong and river Ruak meet. Moreover, it’s also the meeting point for Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. One more thing which is very popular about this city is Elephant trekking. It’s an all new experience to the ones who are oblivious to it.
When its Thailand how can one forgets to mention this glittery city. From the peppy night life to ancient shrines, voluptuous food to amazing canals it has all. While exploring the city doesn't miss the emerald Buddha near Wat Pho, the incandescent Grand palace which is standing there for more than hundreds of years, is the most popular destination for tourists. Wat Arun the temple of dawn and Wat Prakeaw are few more places to visit. Ayuthaya –the city destroyed, burned and defaced. It is there from 1350 better known as Siam. The place is now coping, being the major tourist attractions. Floating market of Bangkok is jewel to its crown. Unique in its own ways, one can relax while taking a guided tour of the different markets. Lastly, the Khao Yai National Park which is the UNESCO world heritage site is second largest National Park of the country.
This is the largest town of the country with most famous beach in the town. The James Bond Island and Koh Pannyi are the two spots that attract tourists. Phang Nga Bay is an unparallel site to visit with its astounding limestone cliffs. One can also try kite-surfing at Chalong Bay during the winter months.
The trip would remain unfinished if one has not visited this city. This is the place of infamous “The Death-Railways”. During WWII Japanese compelled its prisoners to build the bridge over river Kwai. There is also a small museum too with the history of Thai-Burma railway.
This is the perfect destination for adventure sports enthusiast. With the large coral areas it attracts tourist interested in snorkeling, scuba diving, boating and kayaking. The Railay beach gives tranquility to its visitors. There are limestone cliffs with caves within, lagoons and white sand which makes this place a heaven. Not to miss the Phi Phi Islands is the paradise for partying.