Thailand tourist destination in South East Asia for Indians, and it is popularly known for its mind-blowing beaches and lovely temples. The country surrounded by a wide range of attractions that you can explore, and you can easily spend months just exploring them. The locals are also friendly and accommodating, and you will quickly see why the country is often called the Land of Smiles.
Thailand has a varied climate, and you can easily visit all year round. November to April will be the cold and dry season; it is the best time to visit. You should also note that in the south, the climate varies between the western and eastern coasts. You can visit the west coast during the winter months, which is the best time to go diving and snorkeling. The east coast’s weather is good most of the year as it experiences the lowest rainfall in January and February while the highest is in November.
Grand palace located in the heart of Bangkok and considered the most popular attraction in the city. The city has a rich history, which dates back to 150 years, and it houses the king, his court, the Royal Mint, and the entire government of Thailand. The palace covers about 218,400 sq. Meters, and it also houses a temple and a Thai massage parlor that you can explore.
There are numerous floating markets, but the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is among the biggest and the most popular floating market. The market filled with boats selling all sorts of foods and fruits, and coming here will give you an insight into how things were many years ago. You will also get the chance to take Instagram-worthy pictures in the narrow canals and small wooden stilt houses that surround the market.
Phanom Rung, a Hindu memorial, located on a dead volcano. It located near the Nang Rong Village, constructed in the 10th and 13th centuries by the Khmer culture. The temple dedicated to Shiva, the Hindu god, and it was built to depict Mount Kailash, the sacred home of Shiva. The shrine built with sandstone and laterite. If you are lucky, you will get to experience the Phanom Rung Festival if you visit when the sun shines through all the 15 sanctuary doorways.
Found in the heart of Bangkok. Sathorn Unique Tower constructed in the nineties. Abandoned due to the global financial crisis. Although this is not an official tourist attraction in the city, you can climb to the top of the tower to enjoy mind-blowing views of the city. Some locals believe that the tower haunted, which also makes it an excellent destination for adventure activity.
Thailand is famous for deep-sea diving around the world. With beautiful clear water and amazing marine life, you can explore the sea with safety and beauty. Phuket Islands and Koh Phi islands are the destination for diving with Hin Muang and Hin Daeng. Both are leading diving sites you can spot Whale Shark and Manta Ray.
This park is regarded to be among the most mind-blowing wildlife reserve in Thailand. Found in the Surat Thani province and dotted by limestone karsts, jungle forests, lakes, and rivers. The park also houses some of the best wildlife like barking deer, bears, Asian elephants, wild boar, Malayan tapirs, and numerous monkey breeds. There are also multiple trails in the park where you can go hiking and discover mind-blowing waterfalls, natural pools, and scenic views from elevated viewpoints.
Tropical beaches are renowned around the world. Visiting Railay Beach is only possible by boat from Krabi or Ao Nang. The town is tranquil as there are no vehicles around. You hire a kayak to Phra Nang Beach you can also hike to Railay beach. Phra Nang has become for cave exploring and rock climbing recently.
Koh Tao has built its reputation as the premier place to learn diving school. The island is famous for White Shark sightings during March, April, May. You can also dive to spot the beautiful of Manta Rays. Tropical waters support many colorful marine species.
Laab dish originates from the northeastern province of Isan, and it is mainly salad with meat or mushroom and mint. You are going to find different variations of this dish in Thailand, such as Laab with chicken, mushroom, or pork.
Pak Boong is a spinach-like vegetable, and it is known to be very healthy. The dish is fried and seasoned with soy sauce, chilies, soybean paste, and garlic. The recipe is mouth-watering, and it offers different flavors to your taste bud as it is spicy, crunchy, salty, and sour at the same time. The dish usually made with oyster sauce, and you will also find the vegetarian option in the country.