Planning to go to Thailand?
Here’s a guide on where to visit and how to make the most of your trip.

There are numerous activities in Thailand that are suitable for all types of tourists.
Thailand is an amazing spot to visit whether you're looking for a relaxed vacation or a bit of adventure.

Visit Chiang Mai's Temples

Chiang Mai is home to nearly 300 temples. If you stay in the Old City, you won't be able to walk very far without passing another temple. Doi Sutep, located at the summit of Doi Suthep Mountain, is Chiang Mai's most famous temple. 

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Go On A Food Tour On The Streets

A street food tour is the finest way to sample Thai cuisine. You'll be able to try everything at reasonable costs and will be accompanied by a local guide who will explain what everything is and what's in it. We believe that the greatest place to achieve this is in Bangkok's street food.

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See The Big Buddha

The Bid Buddha, which measures 147 feet tall and is built of white marble, can be found almost anywhere in Southern Phuket. The Big Buddha's sights alone are worth the trip.

Explore the Beautiful Islands of Thailand

Thailand has around 300 islands! Start by choosing the first Thai island on your bucket list, and then go from there. Make sure to visit Phuket!

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Ride a Tuk-Tuk

In Thailand, riding a tuk-tuk is a must. They're more numerous than taxis, and they're usually less expensive. Before entering, always agree on a price. This Bangkok by night tuk-tuk tour is highly recommended if you are visiting Bangkok for the first time.

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Visit Chiang Rai's White Temple

The picture-perfect White Temple is located in Chiang Rai, Thailand. For obvious reasons, Wat Rong Khun has been dubbed the White Temple. A local artist purchased the temple and spent 40 million baht (nearly $1 million USD) repairing it.


Shop At A Floating Market

If you get on a boat, you'll feel like you're on the canals of Venice, only better. The market is brimming with fresh fruit, cooked dishes, and local trinkets. Although Bangkok has multiple floating marketplaces, the most well-known is Damnoen Saduak, which is 60 miles outside of the city.

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Receive A Thai Massage

Thai massages aren't your typical oil-based massages. It is much more intense but you’ll feel like a different person afterwards. Thai massages cost between $6 and $10 per hour on average.

Take a Tour Of The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is without a doubt the most important sight to see in Bangkok. Give yourself at least 2 hours to visit because the detail and design are breathtaking. Make sure to follow the rules of the Grand Palace and respect the culture when visiting.


Go Scuba Diving

Explore the underwater world; the Thai islands provide some of the best diving in the world. Stonehenge, off the coast of Koh Lipe, is worth experiencing. The most popular place for diving in Thailand is Koh Tao.


We hope you have a great time there!

Safe travels :)