Thailand is fully known as the Kingdom of Thailand, located in the Southeastern Peninsula of Southeast Asia. Thailand has an area of 513,000 square kilometers (the 50th largest in the world) and a population of over 67 million (the 20th largest in the world). Nam Tong is considered the national religion in Thailand, with 94.6% of the population. It is one of the largest Buddhist countries in the world according to the proportion of the population. Thailand’s rapid economic growth from 1985 to 1995 is one of Asia’s four tigers, Asia’s ideal travel destination with destinations such as Bangkoc, Autthaya, Phuket, ChiangMai, Pattaya … Here are the most famous destinations in Thailand that you can take into account when traveling to Thailand.
Bangkok is one of the most friendly cities in Asia. Before becoming the capital in 1782, it was only a small village, acting as a transit port on the way to Ayutthaya. This is a typical city of Southeast Asia with a harmonious combination of classic Eastern color and modern Western style. Go to Bangkok, you can visit many unique royal buildings, visit the famous streets of entertainment, cuisine, especially shopping at the discount shopping center as Central World , Siam Paragon … There is a legendary river in Thailand called Chao Phraya (Mekong). The most famous is the river in the center of Bangkok, the two banks are the high-rise buildings and temples, the most famous pagoda of the capital.
2. Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is known as the rose of North Thailand, a place very familiar to tourists. It offers a wide variety of destinations, from natural landscapes, pagodas and temples to works that serve the needs of leisure and relaxation. In 1296, Chiang Mai was the capital of the Kingdom of Lana, the Buddhist center of northern Thailand. Thus, the city has many sacred temples and unique features, have a very unique historical journey compared to temples in other parts of the country’s golden temple.
Besides of pagodas, Chiang Mai is also famous for Doi Suthep Doi Pui National Park, Doi Inthanon, Huai Nam Dang … with many beautiful flowers, waterfalls and hot springs.
Pattaya is Hawaii of the East. It was formerly a small fishing village, now a city in Chon Buri province, located on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. There is a beach with a lovely crescent shaped golden crescent, 4 km long, warm sea water, cool breeze, very quiet. City life becomes unusually bustling at night. The bars, discos, casinos, entertainment venues and busy travelers to relax, entertain. Therefore, Pattaya is also known as “night city”. Especially, when you come to South Pattaya area, you can enjoy all kinds of entertainment.
Phuket is the jewel of the Indian Ocean. This is Thailand’s largest island, the image is considered to represent most of the island resorts of Southeast Asia. Phuket’s attractions include beautiful beaches, clean, private luxury resorts with a variety of nightlife activities. Coming to Phuket, you can enjoy the beautiful time. Phuket is also famous beach Patong, Kata beach, Karon, Cape Phromthep, Wat Chalong. All are ideal choice for travelers around the world when coming to Thailand.
5. Koh Samui
Koh Samui is the third largest island in the Gulf of Thailand. The island has white sand stretches, crystal clear blue water and glittering in the sun, there are coral colored enough to attract the most difficult visitors. The most unique in Koh Samui is the coconut village. There is a school dedicated to long-tail coconut picking coconuts. After watching the coconut picking monkeys, visitors can enjoy the fresh coconut juice they have just taken down.
Ayutthaya ancient capital – inviolable fortress. Ayutthaya is home to the golden past of the ancient capital that lasted more than 400 years, from the 14th to the late 18th century. The city has more than 300 temples, with glittering golden towers and beautiful sculptures. You should not miss the Wat Mahathat, where the Buddha image is embraced in the roots, creating a vivid and strange picture.
7. Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai – the mysterious legend of the Golden Triangle. Chiang Rai is located in northern Thailand, the notorious Golden Triangle, which is the border crossing point between Thailand, Laos and Burma. In the 1970s, it was the largest opium grower and producer in the world. Probably because of that, the name of the Golden Triangle has become attractive, stimulating the curiosity of millions of tourists traveling to Thailand.
Today, visitors to the Golden Triangle only see the fields of flowers, fruit trees around the year or green tea fields under the Royal Project of Thailand to improve the lives of people. You can also visit the opium museum built in 2003, which displays exhibits related to the fight against drugs. Go to Chiang Rai, you also have the opportunity to meet with the world’s oldest long-standing ethnic minority