Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. It is one of the world's top tourist destinations. Bangkok's multi-faceted sights, attractions and city life appeal to diverse groups of tourists. Royal palaces and temples as well as several museums constitute its major historical and cultural tourist attractions. Shopping and dining experiences offer a wide range of choices and prices. The city is also famous for its dynamic nightlife.
Ayutthaya Historical Park covers the ruins of the old city of Ayutthaya, north of Bangkok. It was the capital of the country until its destruction by the Burmese Army in the 18th century. A part of the park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
NORTHERN TOWNS & JUNGLES
Chiang Mai is the largest city in northern Thailand. Chiang Mai has over 300 Buddhist temples. These include Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, the city's most famous temple that stands on Doi Suthep, a mountain to the north-west of the city.
Chiang Rai is the northernmost large city in Thailand with its famous white temple of Wat Rong Khun. They city is near the borders of Laos and Myanmar.
Ko Tao is an island in Thailand on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. The main settlement is Ban Mae Hat. Ko Tao is one of Thailand's most popular tourist spots. The island is well known for scuba diving and snorkeling, as well as hiking, rock climbing, and bouldering.
Ko Samui is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus, Thailand. It's Thailand's second-largest island after Phuket, with a population of over 63,000 as the number of visitors continues to increase. Abundant tourist resources, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and coconut trees are present on the island.
Ko Pha Ngan
Ko Pha Ngan is an island in southeast Thailand that’s renowned for its monthly Full Moon Party. This boisterous night-long celebration, which is tied to the lunar calendar, draws revelers to its southeastern peninsula, Haad Rin.