Friendly and fun loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the ever-comforting Thai smile.

Popular Attractions

Bangkok: Bangkok, also known as the City of Angels and Venice of the East, will hit you like a ton of bricks. Hot, polluted, and chaotic, it thrills with energy, and the sightseeing, shopping, and eating possibilities are so vast that you'll have little time to rest. When you do find a moment, though, you can pamper yourself at spas, skyline-view bars, luxurious hotels, and excellent restaurants.

Some Popular Places

  • Golden Budha Temple
  • Gems Gallery
  • Temple of Reclining Budha
  • Madam Tussauds Museum
  • Safari world and Marine Park
  • Floating markets
  • Siam Park City
  • Museum of Contemporary Art

Pattaya : Multicultural Pattaya boasts some excellent places to stay and eat, and the area is also a family-friendly resort coast. Nevertheless, the city itself is no tropical paradise; its reputation as a sex capital is totally deserved, with hundreds of beer bars, go-go clubs and massage parlors. Much of the rest is dedicated to mass-market sun-seeking tourism, with a huge retired expat population, and enormous tour groups hurried through town in an almost constant stream. For a relaxing stay in Pattaya, base yourself outside the central area.

Some Popular Places

  • Colar Island
  • Noor Noong Village
  • Alcazar Show
  • Pattaya Towers
  • Ko Lan
  • Under Water World Pattaya
  • Sanctuary Of Truth

Phuket: This is the largest Thai island, so you rarely feel surrounded by water. But that means there is space for everyone. Phuket offers such a rich variety of experiences – beach-bumming, culture, diving, fabulous food, hedonistic or holistic pleasures – that visitors are spoilt for choice.

Some Popular Places

  • Phuket zoo
  • Phuket Trick Eye Museum
  • Pa Tong
  • Big Budha Phuket
  • Kamala Beach
  • Karon View Point
  • Bang Tao Beach
  • Flying Hanuman

Krabi : Bustling Krabi Town is majestically situated among impossibly angular limestone karst formations jutting from the mangroves, but mid-city you’re more likely to be awe-struck by the sheer volume of guesthouses and travel agencies packed into this compact town. It's a key transport hub, around which a busy traveller scene continues to evolve. There's no shortage of restaurants, or gift shops selling the usual trinkets.

Some Popular Places

  • Phi - Phi Island
  • Ko Poda
  • Ko Phi Phi le
  • Tiger Crave Temple
  • Maya bay
  • Mu ko Lanta National Park
  • Emerald Pool

Ko Samui: Ko Samui has pretty much something for everyone. Backpackers can eke out bungalows, hammocks and cheap beer, sun seekers can hunt down fine stretches of sand clogged with beach loungers, while the luxury market continues to grow, luring the top-end dollar. There are rubbish-free roads, world-class international cuisine, exclusive spas and beach bar parties for scantily clad 20-somethings that start at noon. The mood swings from brash and noisy Chaweng to hearing the soft thud of a coconut falling on deserted sands.

Some Popular Places

  • Chaweng Beach
  • Big Buddha
  • Lamai Beach
  • Elephant Trekking
  • Na Muang Safari Park
  • Lamai Beach
  • Crocodile Farm
  • Paradise Park
  • Butterfly Garden

Chiang Mai : This is a place to relax and recharge your batteries with fabulous food and leisurely wandering. Participate in a vast array of activities on offer, or just stroll around the backstreets, and discover a city that is still firmly Thai in its atmosphere, and attitude.

Some Popular Places

  • Wat Phra Singh
  • Chiang Mai Night Safari
  • Doi Suthep
  • Art in Paradise
  • Wat chedi Luang
  • The Under Ground Ancient City
  • Doi Ithanon National Park
  • Doi Pui Tribal village

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Activities In Thailand


Thailand is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches and stunning, clear blue seas. With over 2,000 miles of coastline and 8,000 tropical islands, Thailand offers visitors a wide variety of beaches to choose from, including quiet, secluded coves and stretches of sand that are filled with wild partying tourists.


In Thailand being a Buddhist country, temples play an important role in everyday life for Thai people. People go to the temple for merit making, prey to the Buddha for things such as good health, good fortune and wealth and to seek advice from monks.


Gorgeous beaches, dramatic coastline, thriving reefs, and luxury resorts are the biggest attractions on Thailand’s largest island which makes cruises a must .


With its mixture of exoticism, romance, sense of adventure and plain excitement, nightlife in Thailand is unique. Of course, anyone who has never been to Thailand instantly conjures up visions of A Go-Go bars and sleazy back alley massage parlours; it’s true but not wholly representative of a country that has beautiful traditional dancing, an irrepressible culinary scene and lively bars and nightclubs.


Connoisseurs will get addicted to the delectable Konkan delicacies. Enjoy the most tempting seafood at seaside shacks. Wash it down with refreshing colourful cocktails.

Water Sports

For a double dose of adrenaline and a chance to conquer your fears- all you dare devils and even those who secretly aspire to be one, Thailand is the place to be! There is nothing like trying out the thrilling water sports and go bananas!! And for those who find the waters alluring but cannot get a toe in because they can’t swim, you don’t even need to know swimming!