Being a cocktail of culture, entertainment, food and shopping, there are way too many options to spend lot many days in this City. Some of the best options would be to visit Safari World & Marine Park; Do a quick temple run by visiting the Grand Palace, Wat Arun and Wat Phra Kaew; Visit the Famous Floating markets; and lastly Bangkok being the shopper’s paradise, visit its numerous malls like MBK centre & Siam Paragon and other local markets like Indra Square, Chatuchak Market and Pratunam Market.
The biggest city in the south has everything: Breathtaking Viewpoints, Immersive cultural shows, Island tours and Watersports like Scuba Diving, Kayaking and sometimes Surfing. Some of the must-visit things are Phuket Fantasea Show, Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island Tour, Patong beach which is known for its Watersports and finally Phuket’s Old Town and the famous Naka Market.
Koh Phi Phi
Phi Phi islands are a slice of paradise by the day with clear blue waters and white sand beaches and is also a major scuba diving spot with amazing corals and underwater life. Some of the must visit places here are Maya Bay, Monkey Beach, Koh Phi Phi Viewpoint and Bamboo island. Another Must-do is Scuba Diving here
Krabi is a beach town, home to some of the best beaches in the world and is also known for its island hopping tours! Some of the best places to visit: Ao Nang and Railay Beach, 4 Island Tour, Emerald Pool, Krabi Fun Park and the Krabi Elephant Sanctuary.
Located in the Gulf of Thailand, this island offers visitors the island life without too much hassle to get there.
One of the only Thai islands to have a decent airport, Ko Samui can make a great side trip for those doing business in Malaysia, Singapore or Bangkok. Unlike the crazy party island of nearby Koh Phan Ngan, Koh Samui offers visitors the chance to drink cocktails by the beach, with an older patronage. It’s a lot more family friendly, too.
The island is also serviced by some familiar hotel names, like the Marriott, for those seeking a slice of home.
Ko Chang, which literally means ‘Elephant Island’, is a place that not all travellers to Thailand have discovered yet. With its pristine white beaches, uncrowned by tourists, you have a decent shot at a peaceful beach walk on what is the second largest island in Thailand.
Near the Cambodian border at Trat, you’re going to need to catch a ferry from the mainland to get to this one, no airport on the island. The island is home to some really nice resorts, and you’re bound to be able to finish that book on this largely quiet island.