From the whole world, from the continent Asia Thailand is the most frequently visited country and is attracted by many travelers. The remote beaches and the temple-filled cities are all must-to-does and guess what? You don’t need a visa to check them out.
Phi Phi Islands
Most known to the whole world as the island which promoted the movie Leonardo DiCaprio film ‘ The Beach ‘ released in 2000. Whether or not you’ve not seen the movie, the stunning backdrop of these limestone islands makes clear why it was chosen as a filming location. Head straight to Maya Bay for an afternoon of incredible and postcard worthy beaches.
With more than 8 million people, Bangkok doubles as Thailand’s largest city and capital. Filled with many malls and different attractions, Bangkok is my favorite. Visitors should head straight to the famous street food stalls and gleaming temples like Wat Pho and Wat Arun.
Previously unknown Bronze Age culture was formally recorded here in 1967, with artifacts and date the archaeological site back to as early as 2100 BCE. A museum houses examples of the handsome and distinctive red-painted pottery uncovered there.
Sometimes called the Pearl of Andaman, Thailand’s largest island attracts everyone from serious scuba divers to casual sun worshippers. There’s a lot to be had for the luxury traveler too, from designer stores to white tablecloth restaurants helmed by chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants.
Located in the Gulf of Thailand on the country’s eastern coast, tourists have been visiting this Thai island since the 1980s. Today, it’s a cosmopolitan destination for local and international tourists, bringing together a surprising mix of Buddhist temples and Irish pubs.