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Thailand is a mix of many scenes sewed into one big picture of a thousand unique images of a
bustling modern cities crowded with motorcycles and tuk-tuks, Buddhist temples, hill tribes
selling handicrafts, lush landscapes with traditional farming villages, stunning coastlines
complimented with gorgeous beaches and blue lagoons. A mesmerising portrait that boasts all in
the right ways of being Southeast Asia’s most popular travel destination.
The capital city -Bangkok, is a hustling megacity of high rise buildings, ancient temples, busy nightclubs, everbusy markets and streets with vendors and hawkers selling souvenirs and lip- smaking foods.Bangkok is half seen if not witnessed with its natural beauty that is seen in its canals, green spaces and flowering tropical plants. streets like Khao San Road, is a shopper's and party people's paradise but not to be missed is the sacred Wat Phra Kaew temple,-The Emerald Buddha.
The islands off the coast of Thailand are real beauty with gorgeous beaches, breath-taking scenes, landscapes and famous party heavens.There are Ko Samet and Ko Chang to the east of bangkok, and in the Gulf lies Ko Samui lie Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao which is also known otherwise as Thailand's diving mecca. Phuket is the most developed and most popular island.
The city to the northside of Thailand, Chiang Rai serves as the main commercial hub of the Golden Triangle, which is surrounded by the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. A busy town -Chiang Rai is often used as a base for exploring the surroundings. It is a quiet town during the day hours, when most of its tourists are out to explore, however, the town turns into a huge hustle bustle of neon lights flashes, souvenir stalls and restaurants as the sun goes down.
Khao Sok National Park
Most recommended to be one of Thailand’s most scenic wildlife reserves, the Khao Sok National Park covers jungle forests, limestone karsts, rivers and lakes in the Surat Thani province of southern Thailand. The reserve is home to some of the most amazing wildlife in Thailand such as Asian elephants, barking deer, wild boar, bears, Malayan tapirs and various monkeys breeds like gibbons, pig-tailed macaques and langurs. There are several trails in the park from which visitors can choose to enjoy trekking through the jungle to spot wildlife, photograph beautiful waterfalls, swim in natural pools and admire stunning views from higher viewpoints.
Kanchanaburi is located in the western Thailand and is admired for its picturesque landscapes and proximity to Erawan and Srinakarind National Parks and waterfalls and caves, Kanchanaburi is famously known for its Bridge on the River Kwai that is associated with the historic Death Railway to Burma in which thousands of Asian laborers and POWS died during its construction under Japanese occupation during WWII.
Chiang Mai is often regarded as a base camp among tourists who wish to discover more from the northern thailand hill tribes, lush vast landscapes. It is considered important to admire the culture which stands unique with traditional and modern architectural forms like many old buddhist temples. Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep temple on the outer moutainsides of Chiang Mai city seems overlooking the city.