Exploring the Beauty of Amazing Thailand

Thailand is a beautiful patchwork that consists of animated scenes which comprise of bustling modern cities crowded with motorbikes and tuk-tuks, quiet Buddhist temples dotted by orange-robed monks, hill tribes selling handicrafts, lush landscapes with traditional farming villages, ancient ruins and stunning coastlines with stunning beaches and deep blue lagoons. This all justifies why Thailand is the most famous travel destination in Southeast Asia. Thai people welcome you with smiles and warm hospitality. TnH would like to suggest some of the beautiful places of the Amazing Thailand…

Usually, travelers to Thailand start their travel itinerary from the capital city, Bangkok, a spell of high-rise buildings, floating markets, sacred temples, sizzling nightclubs and congested streets lined with street vendors selling cheap souvenirs and exotic foods. So, let’s start from Bangkok.


It is a bustling capital city, dotted with cosmopolis of high rise buildings, glorious palaces, olden temples, nightclubs, lively markets and streets lined with vendors selling souvenirs and tantalizing foods. But, this city is also sometimes described as a jam-packed city with loud traffic and air pollution. However, this city is not without its natural beauty that is seen in its remaining canals, green spaces and blossoming tropical plants. One of the famous tourist streets is Khao San Road, which is a good place to begin with its reasonable shopping, dining and interesting nightlife. Some of the places you must not miss are the sacred Wat Phra Kaew temple that has the Emerald Buddha.

Chiang Mai

Enclosed by the mountains of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a prosperous city that is mostly used as a base by backpackers, trekkers and tourists wishing to explore the lush landscapes, hill tribes and outdoor adventures of the region. Nonetheless, this place is a large and cultural importance where ancient and modern Thai architecture and traditions coexist. Taking a stroll around the ancient center bestows views of old city walls and dozens of Buddhist temples. The most famous of these temples located here is Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep and a must visit place in the city.

Thailand Islands

Another not to be missed feature of Thailand is it’s off the coast islands, scattered like gems on the ocean. The islands of Thailand are famous throughout the world for their stunning beaches, beautiful scenery and many of them claimed for their fame for the party atmosphere. There are three major sets of islands in country. In the east of Bangkok, there are Ko Samet and Ko Chang, in the Gulf Ko Samui lie Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao, and in the Andaman Phuket and Ko Phi Phi. Phuket is the Thailand’s largest as well as most developed island, which is connected to the mainland by two bridges. Ko Tao is a diving Mecca in Thailand and Ko Phi Phi is famous for the movie “The Beach”. Besides these few, there are many more attractive islands are present in the country.


Located in western Thailand and appreciated for its beautiful scenery. Besides, it is known for the accessibility to national parks and waterfalls. Kanchanaburi is renowned for the Bridge over the “River Kwai” that is linked with the historic Death Railway to Burma under Japanese occupation during WWII. Many museums and war cemeteries are all present information about the city and the bridge during the 1940s Japan occupation. Erawan and Srinakarind National Parks are some of the famous national parks near Kanchanaburi, which offer rich scenery, waterfalls and caves.


Established in the year 1350, the city of Ayuthaya is situated in the Chao Phraya River valley of Thailand. The city sits on an island bounded by three rivers jointing it to the Gulf of Siam. It is interesting to know that King U Thong declared it as the capital of his kingdom, the Ayuthaya Kingdom, popularly known as Siam. Ayuthaya is a remarkable site, with three palaces, over 400 temples and a population that reached nearly 1,000,000. In the year 1767, the Burmese attacked and conquered Ayuthaya and the capital was moved to Bangkok. The ruins of Ayuthaya are famous attractions for travelers visiting Thailand. It is just 80 KM (50 miles) north of Bangkok, and can be reached by all modes of transports.

Khao Sok National Park

Known to be one of the most stunning wildlife reserves in Thailand, the Khao Sok National Park is join jungle forests, rivers, limestone karsts and lakes in the Surat Thani province of southern Thailand. The reserve is home to wildlife such as Asian elephants, wild boar, bears, Malayan tapirs and many breeds of monkeys like gibbons, langurs and pig-tailed macaques. There are many trails in the park from which travellers can choose to enjoy trekking through the jungle to spot wildlife, photograph picturesque waterfalls, swim in natural pools and admire stunning vistas. In short, right from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Thailand Islands, Ayuthaya, and Kanchanaburi to Khao Sok National Park, Thailand has almost everything to make your holiday a memorable one!

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