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10 Unmissable Attractions in Thailand

Thailand is a southeastern Asian land of plenty. We say so because there is just so much to do in this country. From culture to nightlife to pristine wilderness, no matter what you taste, Thailand has something to offer. It is no surprise then that newcomers are often hooked for life in this beautiful country. Most tourists keep coming back for more. This makes Pickyourtrail’s Thailand tour packages extremely popular.

One aspect of Thailand that is perhaps the most eye-catching is its diversity. One can find temples, Buddha statues, and towering skyscrapers all in the same town. Not to mention, every street vendor sells dishes that can take on those served in even the most upmarket eateries. With so much on offer, planning your itinerary can prove to be a daunting task. So, here is a list of 10 unmissable attractions to visit on your Thailand tour packages from India:

  1. Khao Sok National Park:
  2. Khao Yoi National Park:
  3. Phitsanulok:
  4. Koh Samet:
  5. Trang:
  6. Bangkok:
  7. Chiang Mai:
  8. Phuket:
  9. Ayutthaya:
  10. Krabi:
  1. Khao Sok National Park:

Khao Sok is definitely one of the most pleasing national parks in Thailand. The scenery is dominated by limestone mountains which transition to emerald green lakes. Water features like pools, rivers, and waterfalls work harmoniously to create a peaceful and beautiful ambiance. Of course, being a National Park there is an abundance of wildlife to choose from as well. Visitors can choose from a variety of lodging options and plenty of engaging activities to take part in. An added bonus of visiting the National Park is that there are some extremely gorgeous beaches nearby. One can visit them via an hour’s drive away at Khao Lak and Phuket. Khao Sok National Park definitely makes for an unmissable attraction in Thailand.

  1. Khao Yai National Park:

The Khao Yai National Park has lush thick forests and open savannah. It has an ecosystem pristine enough to support the lives of animals like bears, tigers, and even wild elephants. This National park is close to Bangkok and is accessible via a few hours’ journey. Most of the visitors here are day-trippers. The waterfalls here provide a delightful sight. If you are an outdoorsman/woman then you can hike into the interiors to Pha Diao Dai which reveals views of seemingly never-ending rainforests and rippling mountains. 

  1. Phitsanulok:

Our third entry on this list is located close to the World Heritage SIte of Sukhothai. This provincial town with its laid back demeanour is home to the country’s most beautiful and holiest Buddhas. The Phra Buddha Chinnara is located in the interiors of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat. The gold filigree is both vast and shimmering. The lotus-shaped halo radiates a nirvanic calm and is extremely beautiful.

  1. Koh Samet:

The journey to Koh Samet is both time and energy-consuming, however, once you are there you will forget all about that. Such is the beauty of this picturesque destination. It checks all of the needs that a tourist can possibly desire. It has white sandy beaches and a calm vibe to it which is complemented by the transparent warm waters to be seen here. There are both busy and calmer resorts like – Hat Sai Kaew and Ao Nuan respectively. So, no matter what your tastes are, you have a place that caters to your liking well. Being an all-rounder, Koh Samet makes for an unmissable attraction in Thailand.

  1. Trang:

Trang has one of the last few unspoilt beaches and islands in Thailand. There are significant parts of this land that come under the Hao Chao Mai National Park. As a result, these areas are protected and preserved. The nearby islands of Koh Muk, Koh Libon, Koh Petra, etc are all surrounded by reefs. There are white sandy beaches to be seen here, in addition to all the other attractions as well. It makes for a great getaway from the much more happening region of Krabi.

  1. Bangkok:

No matter what you fancy, Bangkok has something for everyone. There is a myriad of things to see and do here. It has several sights which boast of culture and history. There are also plenty of modern touches, thanks to the skyscrapers and modern architecture. Bangkok also happens to be a great place if you like shopping. You will be right at home in the bustling markets that seemingly never go to sleep.  If you like to party then, again, Bangkok has got you covered with its hip party scenes. An added upside to all this is that Bangkok has lodgings catered to all sorts of budgets. The capital surely makes for an unmissable attraction in Thailand that shouldn’t be slept on.

  1. Chiang Mai:

Chiang Mai is often referred to as the – “ Northern Capital ”. This is so because this town is capable of giving the capital, Bangkok a run for its money. It offers a mad whirl of nature as well as culture. There are more than 500 temples to explore here, so culture enthusiasts will not be disappointed any time soon. If you are visiting with your family then you can check out the Chiang Mai Night Zoo. There are plenty of other attractions worth exploring as well like the highest point in Thailand – “ Doi Inthanon ” and much more. The nightlife, here, is somewhat subdued when compared to Bangkok but is still rife with good times written all over it. We also recommend that you check out the Night Bazaar to shop for some amazing souvenirs to take back home. 

  1. Phuket:

Phuket is one of the largest islands in Thailand. It is among the best-loved and most visited places in the region. There is just so much on offer here for visitors. If you are a newcomer, then you will definitely love the endless nightlife which comes to every life post sundown at Patong. Beyond that, there is absolutely no shortage of beaches to choose from. There are options like Freedom Beach, Karon Beach and many others which all bring something unique to the table. Another lively ( and beautiful ) place to visit is the Promthep Cape. It offers beautiful sunset views and post sunset, buzzes to life. One can feast on delicious foods while being thoroughly entertained via Muay Thai fights. If you identify as a culture vulture then don’t miss out on Wat Chong or the Big Buddha. 

  1. Ayutthaya:

Ayutthaya is one of the UNESCO cities in Thailand. It can convert the most indifferent person to history into a lover of the past and its stories. You can take a trip back in time through the ruins to relive Siam’s golden age. We recommend you visit Wat Yai Chai Mongkorn, as you will appreciate climbing up on the many tall stupas here. Another eye-catching attraction is Wat Mahathat. With its stone buddha head surrounded by a Banyan tree, it can make you think that the whole setting was right out of a movie scene. Lastly, we also recommend you add – Wat Ratchburana and Wat Si Samphet to your itinerary.  

  1. Krabi:

Krabi never fails to seduce, whether you are a newcomer or a seasoned pro. Let’s start with Koh Phi Phi, it is one of Thailand’s most picturesque islands. This is saying a lot considering how beautiful Thailand is as a whole. The noteworthy attractions at Koh Phi Phi are Maya Bay and Phi Phi viewpoint. If you are seeking a more laid back vibe on your holiday then look no further than Koh Lanta. If you are an adventure junkie then you should visit Railay for a bit of spirited rock climbing. Lastly, if you are an animal lover and want to give back then do volunteer at the Lanta Animal Welfare centre.

If you are looking to book a Thailand tour package, then head to Pickyourtrail. We offer you highly customisable travel itineraries. One can also build their own itinerary from scratch to best suit their tastes. No matter which option you choose, we offer extremely helpful support services on your travels so that you are never truly alone. We wish you happy travels.

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