Thailand is one of the countries that can answer a great variety of tourist lifestyles. With its geography of highlands in the North, plateau and mountains with the Mekong River running through in the Northeast, the plains and basins with many rivers in the Central region, including the Chao Phraya River, and the mountains and oceans in the East and the South, Thailand contains a vast array of different natural attractions. It has beautiful beaches, pure islands, stunning coral reefs and sea life, spectacular views from high mountains, refreshing waterfalls, green forest, flowers, and wildlife for you to enjoy.
Those who are enthusiastic for ancient civilizations and cultures won’t be disappointed as well. With its very long and rich history and traditions that have passed on from generations to generations, Thailand has a memorable experience to offer.
Thai arts, architecture, and craftsmanship are also unique and exquisite. You can see these in their temples, residences, appliances, their way of living, and even their foods.
When it comes to tourist facility, Thailand has all it takes to be a tourist friendly country, with good accommodations and technology.
Thailand travel is also about food as Thai foods are popular around the globe. From luxurious restaurants to street food, which is said to be the best on the planet, you can choose to dine anywhere and anytime.
Visit Thailand once and you will fall for Thailand attractions and its charm. This is why the country is always among the top of tourist destinations in Asia!
Source: Tourism Thailand
Chao Praya River
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Emerald Buddha Temple
wat pra keaw
Maeklong Railway Market
Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles
The museum is the gift of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit and Her SUPPORT Foundation to the people of Thailand. In 1976, Her Majesty created SUPPORT to further encourage the production of traditional Thai handicrafts.
Royal Grand Palace
The Grand Palace complex was established in 1782 and it consists of not only royal and throne halls, but also a number of government offices as well as the renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It covers an area of 218,000 square metres and is surrounded by four walls, 1,900 metres in length. After King Rama I ascended to the throne in 1782, the palace was built. Prior to this, the royal palace and centre of administration had been located in Thonburi, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. For various reasons, the new King considered the former capital to be unsuitable and decided to establish a new capital on the other side of the river. By his royal command, a palace was built to serve not only as his residence but also as the site of administrative offices. The royal compound has been known since then as The Grand Palace. The two earliest buildings erected within the complex were the Dusit Haha Prasat Throne Hall, and the Phra Maha Monthian.
Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre
Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre was originally a movie theatre in Bangkok, Thailand built in Modernist style on Charoengkrung Road. It was opened om 3 July 1933. After serving as a cinema for many years it now hosts performances of classical Thai dance.
The Khon Masked Dance-Drama in Thailand, is a performing art combining graceful dance movements, instrumental and vocal renditions and glittering costumes. Khon performances, which have a strong didactic function, depict the life and glory of Rama, the hero and incarnation of the god Vishnu, who brings order and justice to the world. While traditionally Khon was transmitted in the the royal or princely courts and in dance masters’ households, nowadays transmission occurs mostly in educational institutions, while still adhering largely to traditional methods.
Temple of Dawn
Temple of Reclining Buddha
Temple of the Gold Buddha
Tha Kha Floating Market
Thai tradition recipes and Thai massage
The Marble Temple
Wat Suthat Dhevararam Temple
Yaowarat Heritage Centre