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Best Places to Visit in Thailand in 2018

  • 01 EQ Late Night Club

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    EQ Late Night Club enjoys a legendary disco location on Sukhumvit soi 4 in Nana Hotel. Lying adjacent to the newly opened Hooters is the EQ Late Night Club which was formally known as Equality Late night club.

     Want to visit a quality late night club with abundant action? EQ Late Night Club is your go to place. Brimming with an eclectic mix of local expats, Thai honeys and newly refurbished club, this is a must visit for the revellers in Nana. With the best music, you can dance to the beats of the popular DJs while enjoying a sip of your favourite beer.

    Location: EQ Late Night Club is located at EQ Late Night Club c/o Nana Hotel. Nana Tai Alley, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110, Soi Nana Nuea, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand.

    Timings: On Monday to Saturday, the EQ Late Night Club stays open from 10:00 PM to 4:00 AM while on Sunday the nightclub remains open only till 12:00 AM.

    Price: An entrance fee of 200 Baht gives you access to the open bar from 11:00 PM to 1:00 AM. This Price includes all house pours as well as bottles of Singha.

  • 02 Ku De Ta

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    The name Ku De Ta has been changed recently to Ce La Vi, but the change of name has never diminished the flame of excitement that this brand imposes. Located on the 39th and 40th floor of Sathorn Square Complex, this is considered one of the most happening places of the city. The view from the nightclub with the undisturbed cityscape and the charming views of Chao Phraya River is truly amazing. The best part of visiting Ku De Ta is that one can find it all here, the bar, the club and the ravishing restaurant in one sophisticated place.

    The interior designing of the place showcases the class and the sophistication it aims at. Each night a particular theme is celebrated and the music vibes on that theme. However hip hop is played on Wednesday which is considered the ladies night. Deep house, party pop, EDM, bass are also part of the music choice played here.

    Location: 39th and 40th floors, Sathorn Square Complex, 98 North Sathorn Road, Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00 pm to 2:00 pm

  • 03 Haad Rin Beach

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    Haad Rin can be divided into two sections, Haad Rin Nok the lively party beach and Haad Rin Nai, which has a quieter bohemian feel. The beach itself is one of the biggest on the island and it fills with 
    sunbathers by day and party goers at night, visiting the many beach clubs and bars that Haad Rin is so famous for. Haad Rin Nai is only a short walk to the party beach, so it's an ideal place to stay, within 
    walking distance to all the action but far enough away for some peace and quiet.

    Activities: Several boat trips takes you to waterfalls and beaches around the island. You can enjoy fishing trips and watersports such as sailing and diving, beach volleyball, beach football and of course  sunbathing! There are also some great walks over the hills of the east coast to secluded beaches. This beach is known for its famous Full Moon Party. 

    Location: Koh Phangan

  • 04 Ko Mak

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    A beautiful tiny island in the Trat province of Thailand, Ko Mak is a paradise for beach lovers. With an area of 16 sq KM and a coastline of 27 km, Ko Mak is the third largest island in the Trat Province.

    Highlights: It is popular destination amongst honeymooners for its beautiful White sandy beaches and Clear Blue waters. It has a region with amazing coconut plantation and mangrove vegetation along the coastline and has also been home to a few hills. One can explore this tiny, beautiful island on foot, Motor bikes or bicycles. It has a range of various water activities like snorkelling, kayaking, night fishing, etc. and services like Massages to offer.

    Location: It is located in the National Marine park 35 kms on the east of the Gulf of Thailand and forms a part of Ko Kut district.

    Price: No charges to explore the island. However a room can be booked in one of the 20 resorts with as low as 800 Baht.

  • 05 Alangkarn Pattaya Show

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    The Thai Alangkarn Theater Show in Pattaya is the largest epic culture theater in Pattaya which presents nightly the most mesmerizing and award-winning cultural performance of Thai myth and history. The Alangkarn Theatre is a splendidly designed gigantic theater with a capacity of 2,000 seats. It is the most popular live culture performance in Pattaya with a Hexa stage large enough to include a band of elephant performers on stage and some of the most breathtaking stage scenes to ever be seen including pyro technique fireworks. The Thai Alangkarn Theater Show in Pattaya has an option for dinner and show with a full Thai and International buffet after the performance.

    Location: Sukhumvit Rd, Na Chom Thian, Sattahip District

    Timings: 6:00 PM onwards. Open daily except on Wednesdays.

    Price: Approximate price ranges from 550 BHT to 1200 BHT 

  • 06 Hat Pramong Beach

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    Sunset Beach or Hat Pramong is a small half kilometer bay along the west side of Koh Lipe. It gets its name from the magical sunsets one experiences here. The sun slowly descends and casts an exquisite glow all along the coast reaching far out into the horizon, an excellent way to end a long, hot day on Koh  Lipe.  

    Sunset Beach is the most relaxing destination on Koh Lipe, it's quiet, less visited, and excellent for 
    relaxing and getting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. There are a few restaurants and bars on the beach and is a short 10 minute walk to Walking Street the bustling area of Koh Lipe.

  • 07 Shimmering Bays and Secluded Beaches

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    Crowned in the northeast lies stunning bays of Thong Nai Pan Noi and Yai. Well known for its full moon parties, these beautiful beaches certainly knows how to keep their visitors elated. With cushions on the beach, fire-dancing shows, beautiful sunsets and fabulous water for swimming is something that makes this beach unique in our list. Another notable factor, more than half of the island designated as a National Park, thus, while here get ready to explore the tropical rain forest filled with diversified flora and fauna.

    Things to Do: For a party freak this place is heaven, the well-acclaimed full moon parties are held on the other end of the island at Had Rin Beach. However, in order to attend the part, it is mandatory to coincide your travel dates with a full moon. Peace lovers, on the other hand, can either relax on the sandy beaches or embark on a snorkeling spree for some thrilling time.

    Getting There: The cheapest way to reach Koh Phangan Island is via an overnight bus from Khaosan Road in the evening. With your arrival in Surathani, next morning, hop onto a boat that will take you to the island.

  • 08 Phu Chi Fah

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    This is an absolutely breath-taking cliff in Chiang Rai, which provides a scintillating view of the island, its beaches and mountains. The path that leads into this cliff is filled with dense mangroves and greenery that keep you spell bound all through the journey. The peaks in this area vary in between1200 and 1628m above sea level.

     Highlights - The sight of colourful flowers and sprawling meadows will make you go weak in your knees, especially when you come here during the season between November & January.

    – Located in the National Forest Reserve of Pa Mae Ing and Pa Mae Ngao.

    Timings- Open from 8AM to 5PM. Post this, the area gets dark and risky to travel through.

     Entry fee – Free of cost.

  • 09 Railay Beaches & Caves

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    It is yet another secluded beach in Thailand, situated in the city of Krabi. Railay beach, aka Phra Nang beach, is a beautiful seashore with tranquil white sand and clear seas. The beach is located in just one small peninsula with large limestone cliffs, lagoons, caves, and viewpoints.

    This spectacular peninsula is just cut off from the main Krabi city because of it being covered with the limestone headlands and deep jungle valleys. 

    :  If you are in a search of a lazy and peaceful day or chilled-out evenings, heading on to Railay beach will be a good option.  All the lagoons, caves, and cliffs are within walking distance so that you can enjoy anywhere on the beach. 

    Getting There
    : With no roads, no buses, no cars, the only way to reach the Railay beach is via longtail boats because the beach is accessible only by sea.

  • 10 Wat Suthat

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    Wat Suthat, better known for the towering red Giant Swing that stands at its entrance, is one of the oldest and most impressive temples in Bangkok. It features an elegant chapel with sweeping roof, magnificent wall murals, and exquisite hand-carved teakwood door panels. Located in the Old City area, just east of the Royal Field, you can easily combine a visit to Wat Suthat with Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Grand Palace, and Wat Pho.

    : Wat Suthat is perhaps more famous for the Giant Swing than its impressive interior architecture, which is a must-see after the splendour of nearby Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew. The
    cloistered courtyard, surrounding the main chapel, boasts 156 Buddha images along the outer walls and four entry gates individually hand-carved with intricate details.

    : Bamrung Muang Road, opposite Bangkok City Hall.

    : Open from 8:30 to 21:00

    Price: Approximate price is 20 Baht.

  • 11 Doi Din Dang Pottery

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    This is one of the lesser travelled destinations in Chiang Rai and therefore, its beauty is yet to be explored. Located at a good 993m above sea level, this point is perfect for people who love camping and having a solitary time with nature. Though it is quite scenic and provides an excellent view of the island and its surroundings, the road that leads to this point is quite risky. Roads can get slippery due to water canals passing through and guests are recommended not to travel through these roads unless they are highly skilled drivers.

     Highlights – As the point gets near, roads get sloppier, riskier and tougher to navigate through, especially in the evening hours. However during the day, you can see through almost the entire northern Thailand from here.

    – On the road that goes to the village of Banyafu.

     Timings – Can be accessed any time.

    Entry fee- Free of cost.

  • 12 Wat Phra That Doi Chom Thong

    Built during as early as 10th century, this temple is located at the tallest point in Chiang Rai and hence provides a scintillating view of the entire island. The temple was constructed even before the island was made the Lanna capital. As the temple contains sacred relics and images of Lord Buddha, this is an important place of worship for the locals of the island and for people all over Thailand.

    Highlights – The chedi or stupa which is in the shape of a hexagon is made of pure gold and attracts viewers to a great extent. This 14 metre stupa, also known as the Golden Pagoda is a perfect example of the phenomenal Lanna and Burmese style of architecture.

    Location – Situated on the Arj-Amnuay Road.

    Timings – Open all through the day.

    Entry fee- Free of cost.

  • 13 Clock Tower

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    Located right in the main town of Chiang Rai, the clock tower with its bright golden architectural style is definitely a crowd puller. If the architecture and pattern of this tower is similar to the White Temple, it is because both of these structures have been designed by the same artist, Chalermchai Khositpipat. The tower was open to public during 2008 as an honour to His Majesty, The King.

    Highlights – The clock tower, which is quite ordinary during day times, takes a magical turn during the night hours. Every evening, at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm, don’t miss the chimes and laser lights-cum music show. All of these happen when the colour of the tower changes from golden to pink to green.

    – At the junction of Thanon Jet Yot & Thanon Baanpa Pragarn.

     Timings – Open all through the day.

    Price – Free.

  • 14 Nai Harn Beach

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    Nai Harn is one of the island's most popular places with in-the-know locals. Great for swimming from November to April, care should be taken in the low season (May-October) when there can be strong undertows. The local restaurants just above the beach make a great place to relax with a sun downer. Further south is Ya Nui, a sandy cove that attracts snorkelers and divers. Another out-of-the way spot nearby is the tiny beach of Ao Sane, a great spot for snorkeling, reached by taking the road that starts at The Royal Phuket Yacht Club car park.

    Activities: Snorkeling and swimming are the two best pass time’s people partake in whilst on this beach. 

    Best Time to Visit:  Anytime apart from monsoon season is ideal to visit this beach and take part in a wide array of fun activities. Forget swimming during low season as that can prove to slightly dangerous.

    Location:  Muang District, Phuket

  • 15 Ad Here the 13th

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    This unconventional oddly named bar, Ad here the 13th, located in Samsen Road looks every bit like a shabby old place in Bangkok’s old city. Restricted in space this is nowhere a place for big crowd but all the fallacies gets in dust when once hears the live music played here. Truly dedicated to music lovers, this place is quite unique in compared to the regular live music bars in Bangkok. Crammed up in this bohemian-esque restricted space, many tourists and locals find the joy of soul searching music. The vintage furniture and the age old photos hanging in the walls elevate the ambience and the theme of a hipstar hangout. A cool place to drop in for a delightful evening though one must drop in early to fetch some seats. House blues and jazz are the favourites here and even drinks come cheap.

    : 13 Samsen Road, Bangkok

    : 19:00 pm to 12:00am

  • 16 Above Eleven

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    Located  on  the  uppermost  levels  of  the  luxurious  Fraser Suites Sukhumvit  offering  a distinctively stylish rooftop bar with spectacular views, the Above Eleven concept also introduced to the Bangkok dining scene its first authentic Peruvian cuisine restaurant. One of the hottest culinary trends internationally such as London, Barcelona and New York  opening  new  Peruvian­ themed  venues,  or  transforming  their  menus.  With  its culinary  team  headed  by  Peruvian  native  Chef  Omar  Frank  Maruy,  the  authentic Peruvian­, Japanese fusion food  known as Nikkei Cuisine  served at Above Eleven has been  particularly  well­  received­  the  crisply  fresh  seafood  dishes,  spicy  salads,  and chargrilled skewers, all designed to be shared, and appealing to the palates of a mixed clientele of residents, expats and visitors.

    Location: Located  in  Bangrak  a  few  minutes’  walk  from  Saladaeng  BTS  station  or Lumpini subway station.

    Timings: Opened from 6pm to 1am daily.

    Price:Cost for two may approximately be 2360 BHT.

  • 17 Ban Tai Beach

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    Famous for the amazing nightlife and known as the Fun and Party Central of Thailand, Baan Tai is a beautiful white beach in Koh Pha Ngan. By the day, it’s a paradise for beach lovers and a beautiful place to chill and at night it becomes the hub of parties and amazing nightlife. Much of Baan Tai is peaceful with palm trees and blue waters while some part of it is packed with bars.

    Highlights: Most popular for the renowned Full Moon Party, which takes place every month, Baan Tai is a Hub for Raves and Party lovers. It is perfect for those who like to paddle and fly kites during the day and party in the night. There are great options of foods available here at cheap prices at different restaurants and bars.

    Location: It is located in the southern coast of Koh Phangnan and is the most accessible beach as it is next to the port town Thongsala.

    Price: A bed for a night can be booked for as low as 120 Baht. 

  • 18 Lamai Beach, Samui

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    Lamai is a beach community that sits south of Chaweng district. It’s a popular holiday destination on Koh  Samui, with a range of water sport facilities, restaurants and shops. The white-sand beach is crescent- shaped and fringed by coconut palms. 

    Location: Ko Samui

    Activities:  Take a swim in the Gulf of Thailand. Head down to walking street on a Sunday evening for a wide variety of stalls, live music and activities for children. Located in between the bridge and the local market, walking street is always busy with Thai's and Westerners alike. 

    Getting There:  Minibus transfers between Lamai and Samui Airport cost about 150 Baht per person; a private taxi charter costs around 300-400 Baht.

  • 19 Route 66

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    Based at the designated party street of Bangkok, The Royal City Avenue, Route 66, is all about energy, vigour, vibe, youth and very Thai. The essence of the place is that it believes and celebrates the Thai style of clubbing which means coming in a group having a top shelf bottle and choose a nice table and be comfortable sitting or standing. The club has three rooms playing almost all kind of music including trance, hip hop and live music. Hip hop, dance pop is the most popular and main room here however Thai and western hits through live music is also much appreciated. The club is mainly crowded with young crowd and majorly Thai people. For Thai visitors the entrance is free however 300Baht is charged for foreigners. Drinks are quite cheap starting from 160 Baht. The club is quite famous and the busiest days are Wednesday and Thursday. On Saturdays however getting a table after 22:00 is considered huge luck.

    Location: The Royal City Avenue, Block A , Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00pm to 2:00am

  • 20 Levels Club & Lounge

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    Catering to western taste, a comparatively new launch is the cool and fashionable Level club & Lounge. Distinctively designed with a rooftop lounge and two club rooms it covers a lot of musical space with some of the best sound systems in the city. Based on the 6th floor of Aloft Hotel premises, this club becomes more attractive with sophisticates designs of sparsely used yellow and pink neon lights and complimented with heart warming music, funky beats, R&b hits and a lot more. The ambience is quite full of life and energetic and vibes with foot tapping numbers. The club remains quite crowded almost throughout the week. Thursdays are celebrated as ladies night whereas Wednesday is famous for lovely deals. The entrance of the club is usually free except for special programs.

    : Sukhumvit Soi, Altaf Hotel, Bangkok.

    Timings: 21:00pm to 3:00am

  • 21 Haad Pak Phra Beach

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    Located near the Sarasin Bridge, Haad Pak Phra beach is one exotic location with superb tropical setting. It is one of the least visited beaches in Phuket and a great place to taste and shop for fresh seafood. One of the most intriguing sights you will see on this beach is a number of local women and children knee deep in the pool of dried white jellyfish laughing and chatting exuberantly. Some people may not be able to stand the smell, but if you get past it, you will realize that you are watching one of the rarest things in the world. The beach is a great place to enjoy the best seafood cuisines. Tanoon Seafood restaurant also offers water sports facilities.

    : If you find yourself unperturbed with the smell and jellyfish sting, you might even ask the locals to have a dip in the pool of white jellyfish.

  • 22 Nai Yang Beach

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    With one of the longest beach line on the northern coast of Phuket, Nai Yang Beach boasts of clear blue water, warm sand and fringed casuarina trees. With warm tropical atmosphere and shaded area with a number of beach restaurants and bars, this place is ideal for spending leisure time. Located right next to Sirinath National Park, this beach gives a perfect opportunity to picnic under the shadow of trees and play in the water. You can enjoy swimming or kite surfing on the beach or you can enjoy the Thai massage and yoga session to rejuvenate yourself. Experience the scrumptious Thai cuisines or learn to prepare Thai dishes with Thai Cooking classes.

    : Nature lovers can enjoy a walk on the natural trail in Sirinath National Park. The colourful local market is a great place to collect your travel souvenirs. Admire the beautiful architecture of Wat Nai Yang temple.

  • 23 Bang Tao Beach

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    Immerse in the munificence of nature and enjoy the luxuries of Asia’s largest resort complex, Laguna Phuket, in Phuket’s largest beach of Bang Tao. The beautiful stretch of land goes up to four miles and has some of the luxurious resorts with facilities like spas, pools, golf course and restaurants. Located between airport and Patong Beach, this beach line is one of the largest in Phuket. Laguana Phuket provides the ultimate luxuries to tourists. A shuttle boat circles the 5 resorts inside the complex which you can board to move around.

    The restaurants serve delicious cuisine to indulge your taste buds. Swim around in the beach, walk on the warm stretch of sand and enjoy the luxuries of the resort complex.

    Highlights: Spend the leisure time on trendy beach clubs in tropical backdrop, practice wakeboarding, enjoy golfing, go for horseback riding or elephant trekking or go for sea kayaking exploration.

  • 24 Wat Phra Thong

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    This place is mainly visited to witness the half buried temple of Golden Buddha. Only the head and shoulder of Buddha is visible, and it is not possible to excavate the image. Legend says that those trying to excavate the image have either met with serious accidents or have become ill. It is believed that the image hails from China. It is also considered as one of the oldest temples of the island. It is not a very big temple but comprises of several colorful features, which is another point of attraction for the visitors.

    Location: It is located in the Thalang district of Thailand off Highway 402.

    Highlights: During the Chinese New Year, Chinese pilgrims come here from different corners and especially from Takua Pa, Phang-Nga, and Krabi. The temple is even associated with a historical museum and a crematorium.

    Timings: Opens daily from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

  • 25 Lam Phaya

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    Situated near the Tha Jeen River in Bangkok, the Lam Phaya floating market is one the authentic weekend market of the province. The floating market is located at a distance of 25 kms from the main city, yet very elegant and has a homely feeling of rural Thai culture.

    Highlights: The Lam Phaya floating market is a very eminent weekend market of Bangkok city. Many local Thai people from Bangkok, travel to Lam Phaya floating market on weekends to spend a splendid day away from the high cultured restaurant style eating. The place offers a range of traditional Thai food, cooked by the exclusive habitats of the Lam Phaya village. The magical hands and species of the local people of Lam Phaya have developed this floating market as the lunch hub for tourists to enjoy some exotic Thai seafood and goodness of green farms.

    Location: Lam Phaya is a small village situated at the bank of River Tha Jeen, near Bangkok city, which has emerged as a weekend market.

    Price: The prices of the items available in this market are very affordable yet delicious. 

  • 26 Taling Chan Floating Market

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    Taling Chang is one the 50 districts of Thailand, which makes the point evident that Taling Chang Floating market is one of the most renowned and busiest marketplace of Thailand. Taling Chang Floating market offers a colossal range of Thai cuisines. The smell and essence of the place is overwhelming and gives a warm welcoming feeling.

    Highlights: Taling Chang floating market is an ideal idea to spend a day out of the city's urban livelihood, riding on a long tail boat and enjoying some Thai special shopping. The floating market not only offers a range of seafood and delicious prawn dishes, but also offers some huge range of Thai homemade decors and fresh fruits. The barbeque grilled fish topped with some Thai leaves and served hot on the boat, just makes the day more impressive.

    Location: Taling Chang floating market is located 10 kms away from the city of Bangkok.

    Price: The boat ride charges 100 Bahts. 

  • 27 Beckoning Chinatown

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    Bangkok's vibrant Chinatown district runs along Yaowarat Road from Odeon Circle, where a huge ceremonial Chinese gate unmistakably marks the entrance, up to the Ong Ang Canal, which marks the outer boundaries of the royal district. However, just off the road in either direction is a whole other world where it is said, you can find just about anything. Bangkok’s Chinatown is a popular tourist attraction and a food haven for new generation tourists who flock here after sunset to explore the vibrant street-side cuisine. Packed with market stalls, street-side restaurants and a dense concentration of gold shops, Chinatown is an experience not to miss.

    : China Town is known for its stunning temples, exotic street food and abundant opportunities to shop. Wat Tramit with the world’s largest Buddha, Sampeng Lane, and China Gate are some of the attractions. At night this area turns into one of the best street food locations in Bangkok.

    Location: Yaowarat Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok.

  • 28 Phai Island or Bamboo Island

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    Phai Island or Kho Phai is the largest part of the Island Chain which includes Koh Man Wichai, Koh Luam Noi, Ko Luam and Koh Klung Badan. The beautiful serene island is being under continuous monitoring of Royal Thai Navy as a result tourists are only permitted to visit but not stay overnight at the place.

    Outstanding pristine beaches and an elongated stretch of coral reefs and sun-kissed white sands are the key attractions here. For the adventure lovers, swimming and snorkelling would be the ideal sports activity. Hin Klang, the fascinating coral garden based close by is an amazing place to visit.

    The beach is far less crowded making it an ideal spot to spend some time in solitude and reenergize the body and mind.

    : Camping with permission from authorities and scuba diving

    Location: About 6km north of Phi Phi Island, 21km west of Pattaya.

    Top Things To Do in Phai Island or Bamboo Island

  • 29 Pak Bia Island

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    For stunning silence, exotic ambience, peaceful environment, shady atmosphere one of the best location is the beautiful Pak Bia Island-based close to the Hong Islands. The white sands of the beaches and crystal clear waters of the sea provide an excellent contrast along with lush greenery spread across the island.

    For the romantic lovers, this can be an excellent hideout away from the crowded beach activities. Swimming is one of the popular activities done here. For a relaxing laid back time, this is an ideal place to visit

    : Beach activities

    : West of Ao Nang at a distance of 15 mins in speedboat ride.

  • 30 Phuket

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    Spectacular scenery, stunning tropical sunsets and warm blue sea await you at Asia's most popular beach destination. This fun island provides an unbeatable combination of perfect silky soft white palm-lined beaches, superb hospitality and great value accommodation.

    Whether it's world-class diving in the Andaman Sea, golf at international-standard championship courses or exciting eco-adventures in tropical forests, Phuket is a place to extend your horizons.

    How to Reach: The Island can be accessed by any means of transport.

    Things to Do: Take an exhilarating speedboat trip to the surrounding islands, or enjoy a serene cruise around mystical Phang Nga Bay. Or why not simply enjoy Phuket's vibrant nightlife in Patong beach with deep-sea diving, high-end dining, and luxury shopping.

  • 31 Nai Harn

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    Relatively less known among the masses, NaiHarn Island portrays the true flavors of Thailand. Untouched by urbanization this stunning beach retreat has just a few hotels thus sustain its flawless charm for the travelers.For people who are looking for some sun-soaked moments and panoramic view – NaiHarn is a heaven. Relaxing evening strolls o the beach while ravishing the coastal beauty are some added features that visitors mostly enjoy while in this slice of paradise.

    Things to Do: While here, make sure you visit Promthep Cap – one of the most photogenic and popular location. Enjoy the stunning sunset views while relaxing on the beach. You can also visit Windmill Viewpoint, admire the stunning fusion of windmills on this coastal beauty. Satiate your thirst for adventure by indulging in snorkeling and diving adventure at Ao Sane Beach.

    Getting There: NaiHarn is not a remote place to access, you can easily take a songtaew from Phuket town. The island is just 18km from the town.

  • 32 Ko Samui

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    KoSamui is one of the favorite destination among travelers from all over the globe looking for some fun-filled time and looking for a high life. The gorgeous trail of the white sandy beaches adorning the azure waves, soothing sunshine combined with the warm Thai hospitality are some added perks that make this place all the more favorite. This delightful island has much more to offer than just crystal clear waters and sandy beaches; while here you can choose from an array of restaurant and bar that will cater your taste buds and will keep you longing for more.

    Things to Do: While in KoSamui, you just cannot miss traditional junk cruise – this enthralling cruise is conducted over a traditional styled wooden ‘junk boat’ which will take you to a mesmerizing journey to the neighboring island KoPhaNgan. Explore the beautiful – vividly colored underwater, admire the stunning beauty of this coral island and finally get ready to capture beautiful shots of various tropical fishes easily visible under the transparent water.

    Getting there: The easiest way to reach KoSamui is via an overnight train journey from Bangkok to SuratThani. From here, you head straight to KoSamui via ferry. This delightful 2 hour boat ride will take you to KoSamui, on way get ready to pass the beautiful islands of Ko Tao and KoPhaNgan.

  • 33 Robinson Crusoe Island

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    Hidden from the tourist masses, just off the coast in Southern Thailand, lies the hidden treasure of Trang Archipelago and Ko Hai Island. The stunning archipelago comprises of as many as 47 tiny islands, each one differing from the other and offering something new and beautiful to its admirers.

    Ko Hai Island, (also called Ko Ngai) earns the reputation of being the perfect island of South Thailand. The bright white sandy beaches lined by the swaying palm trees provide perfect escapade experience.

    Things to Do: While here, relax on the white sandy beaches – a peaceful nap is something that you just cannot miss while here. For those who are seeking thrill can embark on an exciting snorkeling adventure that provides you with some of the stunning views of the aquatic life here.

    Getting There: There exists a speedboat connection between Koh Lanta and Koh Ngai during peak season. Board your boat at around 09:00 AM from Ban Saladan on Koh Lanta, enjoy this 90-minute journey while admiring the stunning coastal beauty. From the southern coast of Koh Lanta, another 1-hour boat ride will take you to Koh Ngai.

  • 34 Phuchada Safari

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    Phuket Elephant Rides was the first name decided for this safari tour which later got changed in 2008 to Phuchada Safari. Established in 2003, this safari tour is dedicated to having all round entertainment with elephant trekking, monkey shows, ATV adventures, Snake shows and the unique fish spa service. If all the events does not seem alluring then one can try for packages with two or three activities. It is a funny and entertaining place and a perfect hangout destination with friends and family. Kids can have a gala time with the animals and enjoy them up close like never before. Another attraction in the jungle is riding a quad bike which can turn out to be a unique experience

    Location: Wiset Rd, Karon, Mueang Phuket

    Timings: 9:00am to 5:00pm

    Top Things To Do in Phuchada Safari

  • 35 Old Phuket Town

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    Old Phuket town comprises the historical part of the Phuket City. Established in the end of 19th century or towards the beginning of 20th century, the place hosts multiple well-crafted mansions and well preserved architecturally beautiful shophouses which look a replica of the Sino-colonial architecture. The overall look of the Phuket Old Town bears huge resemblance to the beautiful Georgetown located in Penang. The greatest attraction is the multiple best in class restaurants and cafeterias, bars and clubs which keep it quite lively throughout the day. It is one of the preferred locations to chill out with friends and family watching the sunset and entertaining in the busy old town streets. In the morning the place is a commercial hub with markets in Ranong Road and Thalang Road. One can find each and everything related to lifestyle and culture of Phuket, available here in reasonable prices. 

    Highlights: Once you reach this place you will be delighted at the sight of the grandiose Sino-colonial mansions, which was said to be once occupied by the tin barons 100 years ago.

    Timings: 09:00 AM - 4:30 PM. Closed on Sundays.

  • 36 Kata Beach

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    The pleasant bay of Kata, just a few minutes south of Karon Beach, entices and charms many visitors with its white sands and clear waters. Very popular with families, Kata is an all round favourite due to its spectacular palm-lined beach, great restaurants, lively but not raucous nightlife and varied accommodation options - all close to the beach. Visitors will find an abundance of shops to browse in, from souvenir and ready-to-wear outlets, to 7-Elevens and local mini-marts, to branded fashion stores.


    Location: Phuket

    Activities: Mom Tri's Boathouse features an art gallery with rotating shows by local artists along with a jazz band, Thai cookery classes and a superb menu.

    Nearby Attractions: Dino Park, Surf House, Kata View Point, Kata Temple, etc.

  • 37 The Tiger Temple

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    Tiger Temple or WatPhaLuang Ta Bua was established in 1994, is located in western of Thailand as a religious community and wildlife sanctuary for wild animals, the greater part of which are Indochinese tigers. An exclusive visit to the tiger sanctuary takes an entire day considering the season of going. The vast majority of travellers go to this project frequently. Numerous photograph opportunities with tigers are accessible which provides you with the golden opportunity of caressing these wild beasts.

    Location: Buddhist temple – cum - tiger conservation centre, Bangkok.

    Timings: The center can be accessed at different time slots held in 4 sessions during the day i.e. ‘Normal Afternoon program’ starting from 12:00 PM – 04:00 PM, ‘Cubs Feeding program’ held at 12:45 PM, 01:30 PM, 02:15 PM, 03:00 PM and ‘VIP Morning program’ held at 07:30 AM – 11:00 AM.

    Price: The approximate price starts from 600 THB per person. A special photo with tigers charges around 1000 THB per person. Cub feeding program charges 1000 THB per person

  • 38 Doi Bo View Point

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    This is one of the lesser travelled destinations in Chiang Rai and therefore, its beauty is yet to be explored. Located at a good 993m above sea level, this point is perfect for people who love camping and having a solitary time with nature. Though it is quite scenic and provides an excellent view of the island and its surroundings, the road that leads to this point is quite risky. Roads can get slippery due to water canals passing through and guests are recommended not to travel through these roads unless they are highly skilled drivers.

    Highlights – As the point gets near, roads get sloppier, riskier and tougher to navigate through, especially in the evening hours. However during the day, you can see through almost the entire northern Thailand from here.

    – On the road that goes to the village of Banyafu.

    Timings – Can be accessed any time.

    Entry fee - Free of cost.

    Top Things To Do in Doi Bo View Point

  • 39 Oubkham Museum

    If people in Chiang Rai and all over Thailand are aware of the excellent cultural traditions and heritage that were prevalent in Northern Thailand many centuries ago during the Lanna Kingdom rule, it is due to this excellent museum. It contains cultural pieces from various kingdoms dutifully collected and saved here by an artist and teacher, Khun Julasak Suriyachai. He earlier named it as Lanna Heritage Conservation Centre.

    Highlights – Antique collections, pottery work, rare pieces & images of Lord Buddha, man-made cave, golden throne of Chiang Tung, gold-carved teakwood pieces, handicrafts, tribal costumes and more.

     Location – On the Na Khai Road, just about 3km from the main city centre.

     Timings- Open from 8AM to 5PM on all days of the week.

    Entry fee- THB100 per kid and THB300 per adult.

  • 40 Wat Phra Singh

    Image Credit : Wat Phra Singh
    Buddhist temples are one of the major highlights of Thailand. Wat Phra Singh, located in the northern most island of Chiang Rai, is one of the oldest Buddhist temple of the island country. One of the main attractions of the temple, the gold-plated Pagoda is located right beneath the viharn in this temple.

    Highlights - Constructed during as early as 1385, this temple, constructed in white and gold, contains the highly revered Phra Singh Buddha image in its sanctum sanctorum. With great decors, antique golden motifs in pure Thai Lanna style, the temple contains the ubosot, viharn and a chapel bearing the footmarks of Lord Buddha.

    – Junction of Singhaclai & Tha Luang Roads.

     Timings- Temple is open from 6AM to 5PM on all days of the week.

    Price – Entry into the temple is free of cost.

    Top Things To Do in Wat Phra Singh

  • 41 Wiharn Phra Mongkhon Bophit

    Image Credit : Wiharn Phra Mongkhon Bophit
    A stunning religious site, Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit is whre you can find one of the most detailed bronze Buddha statues in the world. Here, the Buddha image has lap measurement of 9.55 meters. The statue stands at a height of 12.45 meters and features exceptional level of detail.


    Highlights: The highlight of this temple is the Buddha statue, which is one of the largest in the country. It is believed that the beautiful statue was built during the Ayutthaya Era of King Srongtam. But, a thunderbolt had caused some damage to the main dome of this temple, which has been restored over the years.

    Now, the interesting part of this temple is that the roof of the dome is a part of the cathedral, which makes it similar to a Church. Over the years, it was restored again to the Ayutthaya architectural style.

    Location: Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District.

    Top Things To Do in Wiharn Phra Mongkhon Bophit

  • 42 Chao Sam Phraya National Museum

    Image Credit : Chao Sam Phraya National Museum
    The largest museum in the city, Chao Sam Phraya National Museum is the home to several Thai treasures that were unearthed during the excavation of the ruins in the city. It is in this museum that you will find several golden treasures, including but not limited to the crypts of Wat Ratchaburana and Wat Mahathat Temples.

    Highlights : One of the most beautiful things about the place is its comprehensive collection of materials found in the ruins of major temples in the region. It is the second largest museum in Thailand which was opened in 1970. The place is known for Thai Pavilion relics of Lord Buddha. Other major objects here are as old as 500 years old. Here, one can find antique bronze images of the Buddha, with impressive carved panels, local artifacts and several other religious objects.

    Location: Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District

    Timing: 9 am to 4 pm.

    Price: 150 Baht/free

    Top Things To Do in Chao Sam Phraya National Museum

  • 43 Wat Ratchaburana

    Image Credit : Wat Ratchaburana
    Considered the temple of royal restoration, Wat Ratchaburana in Ayutthaya is well known for its restored ruin which once had a beautiful monastery. It is located on the city island and is a reflective of a bygone era. The temple was originally founded in 1424 by King Borommarachathirat II of the Ayutthya Kingdom.

    The temple is supposed to be built on the cremation site of the king’s two elder brothers. The temple has main prang, which is one of the finest in the city. Highlights:The temple is known for its prang, which is basically a spire, tall like a tower. It is richly carved and derives architectural elements from Hindu and Buddhist architecture.

    The prang has now gone intense restoration. But still, one can see the original stucco work and the mythical creatures on the prang. It also has four Srik Lankan Stupas with a crypt that’s accessible by steep stairs.


    Top Things To Do in Wat Ratchaburana

  • 44 Cicada Market

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    The Cicada Market is widely termed as the best outdoor market in Thailand and it certainly deserves the tag. The atmosphere of the market is very lively and vibrant as there are street performances held every now and then.

     If you like paintings and other art items, you will be delighted to see a huge number of such oil paintings. There are speciality food stores that sell the local cuisine, the pineapple speciality store is quite popular as well. You will also find tattoo shops that lets you have permanent or fake tattoos.

    Location: It is located at 83/159 Nong Kae, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand

    Timings: The market stays open from 6 in the evening to 11 in the night. It stays closed on the days of Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Price: Different products Price different amounts but you can bargain to get things at a cheaper price.

  • 45 The Monkey Temples of Lobpuri

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    An ancient city in Thailand, Lopburi was the second capital before Ayutthaya was established as a capital in 1350. The city is divided into Old and New Town and is well connected by bus and train services. Being an archaic city, it is replete with various temples and historical sites, the most important amongst them being the Monkey Temples. Keep an eye out for the famous crab-eating Macaques that overrun the old part of the town. They are revered and respected by the locals but are equally mischievous and can attack the unassuming tourist. 

    Highlights: Do not take any food and drink for yourself, you can purchase some for the monkeys at the temple and the amusement park built specifically for this purpose. The temple is located at the Chao Praya Basin.

    Getting There: Local buses run every 20 mins from Ayutthaya. You can also take the air-conditioned bus from Bangkok or you can get around on motorcycle taxis at Lopburi.

    Top Things To Do in The Monkey Temples of Lobpuri

  • 46 Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum)

    Image Credit : Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum)
    The Sanctuary of Truth is an amazing wooden building right on the beach in the Northern part of Pattaya. The building has been under construction now for more than 20 years, and it might take
    another 15 years before it is finished. The Sanctuary of Truth is completely made out of wood, and all the delicate carvings are done by hand. Each of the four corners has a tower with figures from Thai, Cambodian, Indian and Chinese beliefs and legends.

    : Visiting the Sanctuary you will join a tour group with an English speaking tour guide, who will be able to explain the concepts and ideas behind the building. Pass by the workshop and you can see a huge number of craftsmen working on the ornate sculptures, all of them hand-carved from wood.

    Location: Naklua Road, Pattaya

    Timings: Opens every day from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Price: 700 Baht for adults and 500 Baht for children

    Top Things To Do in Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum)

  • 47 National Museum & Wang Na Palace

    Image Credit : National Museum & Wang Na Palace
    In the former grounds of the 18th Century Wang Na Palace, The Bangkok National Museum houses the largest collection of Thai art and artifacts in the country. It's definitely worth a visit, especially if visiting nearby Wat Phra Kaew or the Grand Palace. The museum exhibits are arranged into three areas consistent with Thai history, and good English-language descriptions.

    Highlights: This museum includes a funeral chariot hall, featuring carriages used for royal cremations, and many excellent examples of Thai architecture. Free English-language tours given by volunteers are available. Tours are also conducted in German (Thursdays), French and Japanese (Wednesdays).

    : Na Phrothat Road, near the Grand Palace

    Timings: Open from Wednesday to Sunday between 09:00 - 16:00

    Price: Approximate price is 200 Baht

  • 48 Gay Phuket

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    For the gay travelers, Phuket is one of the best holidaying destinations considering the wide number of gay bars present. While Patong, provides the nightlife with female dancers, the mirror opposite
    Paradise Complex provides the same with male dancers and bar boys providing entertainment like every other nightclub.

    The Boat Bar is one of the popular gay joints with fantastic music, light, sound and excellent furnishings. A cabaret show is a major attraction here. Zag Club is another very popular gay GO Go bar where shower show, happy hours, topless Tuesday are major events. The pricing for each is different and the timing usually stays from 9pm to 2am in the morning

  • 49 Live Music

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    In Phuket, Patong in the centre of nightlife and here one can find many popular destinations which entertain their guest with live DJ music. Be it folk, hard rock, hip hop or house there remains a host of options to enjoy good music and pleasant ambience with relaxing drinks and delicious food. Hard Rock Café Phuket can be a nice choice on Ruamjai Road to listen to some soul searching music that puts mind and soul on Livewire. The Café is a 300-seater bar and restaurant with world class music entertaining always. Molly Malone’s is another popular joint to enjoy good entertainment from talented musicians. New York Live Music Bar is also an excellent option on Bangla Road with relative small place but huge crowd.

    : 10pm to 2am

    Location: Near Bangla Road

  • 50 Nai Thon Beach

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    Located on the west coast of Phuket, Nati Thon Beach is one of the obscure beaches. It is a haven for those who are looking to spend some time away from the crowd with the emerald water, warm sand and tall palm trees. During the high season, you can enjoy swimming in crystal clear water, savour Thai delicacies of the beach restaurants, laze under the bright coloured umbrellas with refreshing drinks or walk barefoot on the smooth sand. The Dive shops on the beach can be contacted for Scuba Diving, to watch the activities of exotic sea life. Or you can also hire a long tail boat to explore the beautiful caves surrounded by rocks.


    : A perfect getaway from the hubbub of crowded beaches, this secluded beach is ideal for spending time alone. Enjoy scuba diving or go on an adventure of exploring the rocky coves on a boat.

    Top Things To Do in Nai Thon Beach

  • 51 Wat Srisoonthorn

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    This place is popularly known as Wat Lipon by the locals. The sleeping Buddha on top of the main building is a major attraction here. In fact, the statue is so large that it is easily recognizable from the road. Apart from this image, nine other images face the entrance, in a way to welcome people. It is a symbolic reminder to people to be kind towards others.

    Location: It is nestled in Thalang, north of Phuket town and about 5 km north of the Heroine’s monument.

    Highlights: The sleeping position represents Lord Buddha in a dreaming state. There are some non-Buddha images here including lions and a giant and they act as the guards of the temple. There is even a small bell tower for people to have a closer look.

    Opens daily from 7:00 AM to 5.30 PM

    Top Things To Do in Wat Srisoonthorn

  • 52 Jui Tui Shrine

    Image Credit : Jui Tui Shrine
    This is a popular Chinese temple, which is a must see for all newcomers here. The grounds display photos of the temple that dates back to 1911. It was then a single and standalone construction. The principal deity of the temple is Tean Hu Huan Soy. The shrine attracts people who want to improve their physical health through prayers

    Location: It is situated on Soi Phuthorn, Ranong Road. This is not very far from the main market.

    Highlights: The main building has been renovated several times, and the exterior is highly attractive and appealing. The interior comprises of three statues of Chinese Gods. Fortune sticks are key highlights here. The papers are however written in Thai and Chinese.

    Timings: Opens daily from 8:00 AM  to 8.30 PM

    Top Things To Do in Jui Tui Shrine

  • 53 Bang Khla

    Image Credit : Bang Khla
    What do you feel about a lunch arranged by the side of the river bank market? Bang Khla is exactly one of this kind. Mostly structured as a small village in the district of Bang Khla, Bang Khla floating market is a famous tourist market of Thailand.

    Highlights: Bang Khla floating market is an extraordinary experience for both tourists and local Thai people. Mostly surrounded by the local Thai people of Thailand, Bang Khla offers a gamut of Thai dishes and delicious meals. The sweet tooth Thai tradition offers a variety desserts and Ice cream, especially home made in the Thai houses. The village is well centered by a transportation system. Hence, it's quite easy to reach the place. Spending an hour or two, in the essence of Thai culture is a mesmerizing experience.

    Location: Bang Khla floating market is located in the district of Amphoe in Bangkok, Thailand.

    Price: Entry to the market is free of cost. 

  • 54 Don Wai

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    The Don Wai floating market is a very famous market of Bangkok, Thailand. Located at the outskirts of the City Capital, Don Wai floating market is a popular local market dealing with fresh farm Thai veggies and sea foods.

    Highlights: The authentic Thai floating market, Don Wai floating market are an exclusive shopping centre, away from the Urbanhood of the capital city. It is located on the bank of Nakhon Chai River, 30 kms away from the Bangkok City. The market offers a beautiful boating experience to the tourists along with a range of exotic Thai food. Seafood, prawns and traditional Thai meals are very renowned in the floating market of Don Wai.

    Location: Don Wai floating market is located on the river bank of Khongkharam Doiwan temple.

    Price: Entry fee to the floating market is free of the monetary amount. Also, the market itself is very affordable for all tourists and local people. 

  • 55 Tha Kha Floating Market

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    Tha Kha Floating Market, located 20 kms away from the city of Bangkok is a compact yet authentic marketplace of Thailand. Especially famous for its exotic range of prawn dishes and green farm veggies, the Tha kha Floating market attracts tourists from all over the globe.

    Highlights: Located at the bank of Amphawa canal, the lush greenery and chilling climate, makes this small and compact floating market a wonderful place to spend a day. The boat rides along the market shop doors with tropical flowers peeping out to see the tourists. The smell and colorful atmosphere of the Tha Kha Floating Market is incredibly beautiful to describe in words.

    Location: Tha Kha Floating Market is located 20 kms away from the main city, near the canal of Amphawa, Bangkok, Thailand.

    Price: Entry to the market is free of cost. However, the boat ride is chargeable. 

    Top Things To Do in Tha Kha Floating Market

  • 56 Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

    Image Credit : Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market
    Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is better known as the Bangkok's riverside market. A little away from the urban hub of the city, Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is a perfect place to spend a weekend holiday with your friends or loved ones. The marketplace is an excellent paradise for food lovers.

    Highlights: The basic highlights of the place include the growing Thai market, on the both sides of the narrow tunnel. The place offers an authentic chain of traditional Thai restaurants, right by the side of the river bank. Seafood and Thai desserts are very famous. Aside these, the place also offers a range of other Thai products including clothes, traditional Thai decors, Thai plates and so on.

    Location: Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is located 30 kms away from the city, near a place known as Chang Wat Samut Prakhan.

    Price: The entry fee to the market is free of cost unless you buy any item. 

    Top Things To Do in Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

  • 57 Chao Phraya River

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    Truly, the River of Kings ­ as King Rama I named it ­ is the lifeblood of Bangkok. And not just because of this rich history. Around 50,000 people still use its ferries to get to  each day. Slow barges bearing cargo coast upstream. Kids still frolic in the russet-
    brown water. Wooden shacks, mottled by the elements, still lurch over the water.  

    Soaring hotels and condominiums hem in solemn temples, churches and civic buildings  
    that look 19th century European, while yards away the odd wooden sampan sells  noodle soup or dried squid to hungry river workers. It is this juxtaposition of calm and  chaotic, modern and traditional, religious and secular, ugly and sublime, foreign and  indigenous that makes the Chao Phraya so evocative. There are many ferry trips that  take you on a tour around the river.

  • 58 Wat Mangkon Kamalawat

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    Wat Mangkon Kamalawat is also known as Wat Leng Noei Yi or Dragon LotusTemple. It is considered to be the most important and largest Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok.  It was first established as a Mahayana Buddhist temple around 1871. This temple is said to be the host for various year round events like Chinese New Year and Chinese Vegetarian Festival. The temple is decorated typically using a Chinese architectural style that makes use of Chinese dragons. During the annual Vegetarian festival, religious and culinary activities are particularly active here.

    Location: Th Charoen Krung & Th Mangkon

    Timings: 6am to 6pm

    Getting there: By metro­ Hua Lamphong exit 1 & taxi or by ferry­ Ratchawong Pier

  • 59 Wat Intharawihan

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    A soaring 32­metres high standing Buddha is what defines Wat Intharawihan, which  borders Wisut Kasat road at the northern edge of Banglamphu. Known as the Luangpor  Toh, building on this statue, built of brick and stucco, began in 1867 during the reign of  King Rama IV. Decorated in glass mosaics and 24­carat gold, it took over 60 years to complete and is the tallest of its kind in the world. The Ubosot was built towards the end of the Ayutthaya period, and has several interesting Buddha images, elevated murals  on the walls and lavishly gilded window shutters. Outside are unusually carved sema  stones and tucked away in an alcove there's a lifelike model of Luang Phaw Toh, a famous monk. In the small museum are old Buddha images and various paintings.

    Location: 114 Wisut Kasat Road, Banglamphu, Old City (Rattanakosin)

    Timings: 08:30 Am to 20:00 Pm

  • 60 The Jim Thompson House

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    The Jim Thompson House is the home of James H.W. Thompson, a self­made  American entrepreneur who was the founder of the world renowned Jim Thompson Thai  Silk Company. Thompson's achievements during his 25 year stay in the Kingdom of  Thailand have won him much fame as the "Legendary American of Thailand". Since his disappearance in 1967, little has changed in the home that was the 'talk of the town' and the 'city's most celebrated social center'. Even today, the charming Thai style  house continues to be a key stop for visitors to Bangkok. The house consists of a complex of six traditional Thai­style houses, teak structures that were purchased from several owners and brought to the present location from various parts of Thailand.This house has gained international recognition after Thompson’s inepxlainable and strange  disappearance.

    Approximate Price: Adult­150 baht and Student 100 baht

    Timings: 9am to 6pm, compulsory tours every 20 min

    Location:  6 Soi Kasem San 2

    Getting There: You can reach this destination by taking the Subway  National Stadium exit 1 or by taking a Ferry ­ klorng boat to Sapan Hua Chang Pier.

    Top Things To Do in The Jim Thompson House

  • 61 Kai Island or Chicken Island

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    Based on the southern part of Poda and Tup islands, Kai Island is also been popularly known as Poda Nuk Island or Hua Khawan Island. The rooster shaped rock on the island is a symbol of the beautiful Krabi Sea. The pleasant climate and the harmonious ambience, fascinating coral reefs and white sandy beaches are key attractions of this island.

    It is a perfect blend of dense vegetation on one side and turquoise blue waters and sandy beaches on the other. For all the adventure seekers it is a great location to enjoy swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling. With stunning beauty and mesmerizing views of the Krabi coastlines, this is one of the pictorial locations and a must visit the island for the tourist.

    : Sandbar that emerges from water during low tide connecting Koh Mor and Tup islands

    Location: 30 mins longtail boat ride from the west coast of Krabi.

  • 62 Hua Hin Beach, Hua Hin

    Image Credit : Hua Hin Beach, Hua Hin
    Hua Hin is blessed with some attractive, accessible and family friendly beaches. As Hua Hin is situated on the Gulf of Thailand the seas are warm throughout the year, which makes swimming and other beach activities pleasurable at any time. Hua Hin has a little bit of everything and while some might bemoan that it’s somewhat too busy on weekends and national holidays, it continues to be a well-liked beach destination and draws many visitors from all over Thailand and abroad. 

    Activities: If lying on a sun bed all day is a little too sedate, there are plenty of other things to do. Swimming in the sea poses few dangers and the beach slopes very gently. Water sports are somewhat  limited at the beach’s northern end due to the rocks, so it’s only further south where you’ll find most of the water-based activities.

    Best Time to Visit : This beach can be visited all year round.

    Top Things To Do in Hua Hin Beach, Hua Hin

  • 63 Ko Tao

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    The island is consistently gaining popularity and going more upscale. Koh Tao, Thailand -- literally 'Turtle Island' -- is the epicentre for cheap diving and scuba culture in Southeast Asia. More divers get certified on Koh Tao than anywhere else in the world. But even if you prefer life above the surface, the island is a pleasant, fairly laid-back choice in the Gulf of Thailand

    Things to Do:The Island offers diverse diving experience right off its shores, toast the day with sunset cocktails on a white beach. But even while the island may be synonymous with diving, there is much more to the place. Visitors will find hiking trails of various levels of difficulty that end with the promise of picturesque views, extreme rock-climbing, and even trapeze-flying classes.

    Getting There:The usual way to reach Koh Tao is via overnight bus or train from Bangkok to Chumphon or SuratThani and then a ferry ride in the early morning to the island.

  • 64 Tup Island

    Image Credit : Tup Island

    One of the most famous offshore islands around Krabi, this stunning island is also known as Tub Island, Koh Tap or KohThap. The mesmerizing vibes of the parting of the sea are something that makes this place all the more popular among tourists from all over the world.

    Comparatively smaller as compared to rest of the islands, however, the beautiful beach and the raging waves make this place worth visiting.

    Things to Do: A sandbar emerges during low tides connecting the Chicken Island to Koh Mur and Tup on left and right respectively. It is an incredible feeling to walk over this and bar as the water is shallow and provides a picturesque moment. Tup Island does not support the availability of any water sports, thus, this place is highly recommended to people who are looking for some calm moments.

    Getting There: This tiny island can be accessed via longtail boats from Ao Nang. You can also board the boat from Klong Muang, Nopparatthara, Railay and Cho Fah pier in Krabi town.

  • 65 Three Pagodas Pass

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    You might get vivid images in your mind when you think about this place. But honestly, this place is like nothing that you can imagine! The pagodas are originally just piles of rock, which are petite. But if you notice this place, you will actually be astounded by the surrounding regions and how the pass itself plays an important role in the history and culture of Thailand.

    Highlights: These pagodas commemorate the tragedy of Death Railway and at the same time, they pass both Thailand and Myanmar’s border. People from both countries can now pass the border view this route.

    This place is popular with tourists as well, because you can easily obtain a one day visa from Thai side and visit Payathonsu. From the Burmese section, you can buy wooden furniture, textiles and other items. Note that this is just a temporary border checkpoint and only allows for day trips between the countries.

    Location: Tenasserim Hills

  • 66 Monkey Hill in Phuket Town

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    The real name of the Monkey Hill is Toe Sae Hill which is probably the highest hill of beautiful Phuket. The reason behind the name Monkey Hill is the presence of troupe of macaques which according to a daily visitor, Uncle Hog, is 400 in numbers. According to him, the macaques live in groups and eats as provided by the locals. They are not aggressive and never attack people like in many temples but small children should be kept away.

    There is a beautiful small shrine at the base of the hill dedicated to holy spirits Toh Sae Dam, Toh Sae Dang and Toh Sae Kaow. Friday is known to be the holy day here attracting many to this temple though the same remains open on all days. Motorbikes are allowed up the hill though the roads to the peak are quite steep. Bikes are allowed only in daytime and after 5pm one can only reach the top by walking.

    Location: Toe sae Road, Phuket 

    Top Things To Do in Monkey Hill in Phuket Town

  • 67 Floating Market Bangkok

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    Almost every traveller visiting Bangkok for the first time has this ardent urge to visit these unique shopping areas conducted from the traditional boats. Despite the fact that sellers are more worried about tourists as compared to local people nowadays, the floating markets of Bangkok are still heaped with tropical fruits and vegetables, ready- to-drink coconut juice and local food cooked from floating kitchens found right on the vessel. It might sound strange but there are different varieties of floating markets in Bangkok. While most of them begin their operations early morning at around 05:00 AM, rest remain open till noon as well. Well, it is best advised to sit and relax without any bargaining over prices, you can even opt for a guided boat tour to Bang KhuWiang, Bang Nam Pheung, DamnoenSaduak, KhlongLatMayom and various other beautiful and impressive floating markets.

    Location: Floating markets are located throughout Bangkok and surrounding provinces

    Best Time: These stunning markets are operational throughout the year. Weekends are the ideal time to visit, DamnoenSaduak, Amphawa, Taling Chan and KhlongLatMayom are the four major floating markets in Bangkok and is advisable to visit them early in the morning so as to avoid overcrowding tourists.

    Things to keep in mind:Depending on the market you chose to visit, ensure that you are aware with the opening and closing timings of different markets. Also, some markets operate on weekends, make sure that you are well aware of the fact. Bargaining is a tough job here and is time-consuming also, thus, is recommended that you do a slight research before jumping onto the price argument with the vendors.

    Top Things To Do in Floating Market Bangkok

  • 68 Elephant Village

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    The Elephant Village in Pattaya is a safe sanctuary for those elephants where they can live as close to their natural habitat as possible. It offers you a once in a lifetime opportunity to spend time close to these magnificent creation of nature. The sanctuary inhabits and cares for former working elephants which are ill or suffering injuries. This is a great opportunity for you to do your part in saving and caring for these elephants. It is a non profit sanctuary and the fee that is paid by you goes to improve and provide facilities to these elephants. You can watch the training show and go for elephant trekking in this unique sanctuary.

    Location: The Elephant village is located 7km off Sukhumvit.

    Timing: Elephant show starts from 2:30 PM.

    Price: Price for Elephant Show is 500 baht per person. Price for elephant trek is 2000 baht per person.

    Top Things To Do in Elephant Village

  • 69 Wat Chai Mongkon

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    The incredible land of Pattaya is very well known for its amazing lifestyle and some mesmerizing beaches. However, there the place has so much more to offer than that. Wat Chai Monkhon, a marvelous agglomeration of beautiful temples is one thing you will not want to miss. Especially if you are someone who is in love with the style of Sino Thai, then you must certainly stroll in and around this monument.

    A quintessential Thai construction, this place is perfect sanctuary for those seeking tranquillity and transcendental experience. It is in perfect contradistinction to the astir and buzzy parts of the city. You will spot many tourists as well as locals here. Visit this temple anytime between 2 to 4 pm so that you can enjoy taking beautiful pictures.

    Location: Less than 5 km southeast to Ayutthaya

    Timing: Remains open till 6PM

    Price: The part of your Pattaya tour package

  • 70 Chedi Phra Sri Suriyothai

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    A stunning, beautiful ruin, Chedi Phra Sri Suriyothai or just Si Suriyothai is a statue that depicts the royal Queen Consort during the 16thcentury. The relic belongs to the 16thcentury Ayutthaya period of Siam. The statue was designed to pay tribute to the Queen who had given up her life in defense of her husband during the Burmese-Siamese War of 1548.

    Highlights: The name of the statue and the consequent temple indicates ‘surya’ or the ‘rising sun.’ Suriyothai was married to Prince Tien and she had bravely put herself between the king and the viceroy of Prome for her husband. The legacy of this place is a highlight in itself, which is a reflection of how women had been brave throughout their lives. A memorial chedi or stupa is dedicated to her at this place. The chedi is detailed with bright golden color, reflecting the sun.

    Location: Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District

    Top Things To Do in Chedi Phra Sri Suriyothai

  • 71 Chao Phrom Market

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    If you are looking for something different and seek to explore the underbelly of Ayutthaya, then Chao Phrom Market is the place to be. The bustling undercover market is the place to be, if you want to enjoy sweet Muslim snacks, wish to try curries and want to explore the taste of a Spicy Dip.

    Highlights: Apart from Muslim snacks, the place is quite popular for its Chinese dishes. The place is an authentic market that offers fresh produce. If you are planning on staying in Thailand for a while and wish to explore it further, then shop for day to day necessities at this place. 

    The local Thai market has fresh items, from non-vegetarian delicacies to delectable desserts that any epicurean will love to try. It also explores the dynamic relationship that Thailand has with rest of the South Asia.

    Location: Th Naresuan.

    Price: 200-1000 Baht

  • 72 Wat Na Phra Men

    Image Credit : Wat Na Phra Men
    A stunning place of worship, Wat Na Phra Men is an active monastery in Northern area of Ayutthaya. The temple was originally built in the 13thcentury and it has been renovated over the years, most extensively in the 1990 to ensure that it is still functional.

    The temple is just opposite Grand Palace on the island. Originally constructed during the reign of King Ramathibodi II, the place is known for its stunning architecture.

    Highlights: The still functional place has ordination halls for conducting different ceremonies. It is extensively designed to reflect Hindu and Buddhist architectural styles.
    It is here that one can find crowned Buddha, the structure of which is 6 meters high.

    It is covered in cast of metal and gold life as well. The royal dress is completed with a crown. It is one of the most popular Buddha images that were used in the Late Ayutthaya Period.


    Top Things To Do in Wat Na Phra Men

  • 73 Pattaya Park Tower

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    Pattaya Park Tower is a very popular tourist destination which offers you a splendid panoramic view of the breathtaking beauty of Jomtien Bay and the glittering Pattaya city. It also offers you the ultimate thrill of your life with challenge activities like Tower Jump at the height of 170 m and Sky Shuttle.

    It is the first and the highest tower on the seaside in Pattaya. The 55th floor of the tower has an observation deck while 52nd, 53rd and 54th floors have revolving restaurants providing delicious and sumptuous meals and seafood with lunch buffet and dinner. You can
    also get luxury accommodation at Family suites, Bungalows and Townhouses.

    Location: Thappraya Road, Jomtien Beach, 5 km from Pattaya city bus terminal and 8 km from railway station.

    : The Pattaya Park Tower is open from 11 AM to 10 PM.

    Price: The entrance fee is 200 baht per person.

  • 74 Phuket Big Buddha

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    Phuket's Big Buddha is one of the island's most imperious and adored points of interest on the island. The colossal statue sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills in the middle of Chalong and Kata and, is around 45 meters tallwhich is why it can be effectively seen from far away.

    The grandiose site offers the best 360-degree view of the island, with clearing vistas of Phuket Town, Kata, Karon shorelines, Chalong Bay. Easily reachable by a six-kilometer road drive from Phuket.

    Referred as the Phra Puttamingmongkol Akenakkiri Buddha by locals, it is 25 meters crosswise over at the base. The entire body is developed with strengthened cement layered with Burmese white jade marble that sparkles in the sun, making it a characteristic image of trust.

    Location: Big Buddha, Chao Ra Road East near Chalong

    Timings: Every day from 08:00 AM – 07:30 PM

  • 75 Similan Island

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    The beautiful Similan Islands Marine National Park lies 70km offshore from Phang-Nga Province. It's smooth granite islands are as impressive above the bright aqua water as below, topped with rainforest, edged with blindingly white beaches and fringed by coral reefs.

    Things to do: Similan beaches and dive sites get completely packed with day trippers. There are huge queues to climb viewpoints and plenty of snorkelling outlets around the island.

    Getting There: The Similan Islands are about 65km offshore, about 75 mins by fast speedboat, in the Andaman Sea with the main departure pier being Tab Lamu, which is about 20 minutes from KhaoLak which is the most popular starting point

  • 76 Long Neck Hill Tribe Villages

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    Learn more about the diversity of north Thai culture by visiting one of the hill tribe villages near Chiang Rai. As you’ll need transportation and a translator to get the most out of the experience, hill tribe
    villages are most commonly visited as part of a cultural research. The most visited tribal villages are Karen Village Akha Village and Hmong Village due to its heritage and ancient tradition.

    : Observe elephants moving timber at elephant camps visit the villages and meet the members of the long-necked hill tribe, visit an orchid farm and the Queen Sirikit Botanic Gardens.

    Getting There: Located among various villages between Chiang Mai and the Golden Triangle. The best way to reach the place is by local transport or by trekking.

  • 77 Get Shady at Bo Sang Umbrella Village

    Image Credit : Get Shady at Bo Sang Umbrella Village
    A stop at the Bo Sang Umbrella Village, gives you a chance to see a lot of beautiful painted Umbrellas and also Fans. Renowned for its wonderful handcrafted products and its magnificent natural surroundings, a visit to this place allows you to learn more about the traditional industries and culture of Thailand.

    : Bo Sang Umbrella Village boasts a string of souvenir shops, showrooms and workshops, most devoted to the production of paper and bamboo umbrellas and parasols. However, prices aren't very reasonable.

    Getting There: About 14km southeast of Chiang Mai, it's easy to get here by public transport.

    Top Things To Do in Get Shady at Bo Sang Umbrella Village

  • 78 PhangNga Bay

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    PhangNga Bay is a classic Southeast Asian bay - bright blue water, limestone pinnacles and all. A large part of it has been protected as a national park. Notable islands in PhangNga Bay include the so-called James Bond Island as it was featured in the movie The Man with the Golden Gun.

    Things to Do: PhangNga Bay is where you can visit a fishing community built out on stilts across the water. You can take tours that will drop you at various beaches to swim and snorkel and take you to James Bond Island and KohPanyee, you can also canoe in the lagoons of the vicinity.

    Getting There:PhangNga Bay is in the Andaman Sea, between Phuket and the mainland of Southern Thailand. You can hire long tail boat from north Phuket to reach the island

  • 79 Koh Poda

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    Koh Poda, part of a tiny extensive group of islands in Krabi province off the west coast of Thailand, ranks among the most picturesque of the many uninhabited and semi-inhabited islands that line the coast.

    Long tail boats drop visitors off along a stretch of sugar soft, white sand beach, famous for its clear waters and stunning views off offshore limestone formations. Thanks to its west-facing beach, the area is particularly lovely around sunset.

    : Tropical fish are visible in the waters just off the beach. Just a little further out of the island is an excellent spot for snorkelling with corals reefs.

    Getting There: The only way to reach Koh Poda is by boat. The visitors are required to pay a small fee to the operators who arrange their journey to the island.

  • 80 Safari World Zoo

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    Located in Khlong Sam Wa , the Safari World, within an area of 170 acres is a drive-in zoological park divided into two parts. The first is the Safari Park to house a large variety of animals like zebra, deer, giraffe, birds tigers lions, bears, etc. in a natural habitat. The second is the Marine Park which hosts events like the famous dolphin show. The Safari world zoo is the perfect place for families with children to visit in Thailand. Come face to face with thousands of rare and endangered species roaming freely in their natural habitat. The park provides a coach service for visitors who do not drive in.

    Timings: Opens daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

    Price: The approximate price ranges from 50 Baht to 350 Baht. 

  • 81 Soi Bangla

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    Based in the heart of Patong Beach, Soi Bangla or the Bangla road is considered as the prime attraction of Phuket Nightlife. As the sun sets on the beautiful Andaman Sea, the beach with its exuberant nightlife comes alive. The happening Bangla Road closes to traffic but welcome guests to visit the line up restaurants and bars on both side of the road and enjoy a lavishly entertaining evening. Soi is usually referred to the narrow lanes that connect the main Bangla Road. A larger number of bar and nightclubs are available in Soi Bangla. The enlightening ambience and the fascinating music, the beautiful dance performances and the exotic food and drinks all combines to provide absolute entertainment in every way. One can also enjoy bar games in this location.

    : Exciting music shows and beautiful wine

    Location: Soi Bangla, Patong, Kathu, Phuket

  • 82 Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach

    Image Credit : Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach
    Perched on the headlands and overlooking the Andaman Sea, Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach resort is a serene and relaxing getaway, giving you the direct access of the Naithon Beach. The resort has variety of guestrooms to offer, showcasing the authentic Phuket accommodation in a contemporary design and are equipped with all the ultramodern amenities. With two restaurants, three bars and a bakery, the resort has everything to offer for its guests, from the authentic Thai cuisine, sea food to the traditional buffets. 

    Location: The resort is located on the Naithon Beach at the Saku Thalang. The resort is just 15-20 minutes drive from the Phuket International Airport. 

    Activities & Amenities
     Meeting Rooms
     Wedding Place
     Limousine Services
     Shuttle Bus services from the city to the hotel

    Price: Starts from approximately 6500 Baht.

    Top Things To Do in Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach

  • 83 Loma Park

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    As you walk along the shores of Patong Beach you will come across Loma Park, which has a children’s recreation area as well as a small fitness park. The park is also the site for many important events throughout the year such as Phuket Bike Week, the Tsunami Memorial  Service and Patong Carnival. Both locals and tourists come here to enjoy the views of Patong Bay while picnicking under the shade of the tall trees.

    Location: Located near the northern part of Patong Beach.

    Timings:Open  from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

  • 84 Tha Rua Shrine

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    This is considered to be one of the oldest temples among the four islands of Phuket. Temple of Ta Rua is the brightest and largest temple in Phuket and features many strikingly carved dragons, traditional Chinese paintings with outstanding red, gold and green colored theme.  Inside the hall, you’ll find Kwan Yin statues (the Goddess of Mercy) of various sizes as well as other traditional Gods.

     This shrine complex consists of a spacious car parking and other  amenities. The ThaRua Shrine is unquestionably the largest and probably the best-looking  temple in Phuket. 

    Location: Located near the monument to the heroines in Phuket.

    Timings: Opens daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM 

    Things to Keep in Mind: If it is possible, avoid wearing black clothes when visiting any Chinese shrine/temple in Phuket. While white is the most auspicious color, any color than black will do as it considered bad luck.

  • 85 Wat Phranang Sang

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    It is the oldest temple in Phuket, and the exact age of the temple is not known. However, it is built for more than 500 years, and it has been attracting the attention of tourists. Currently, a whole new complex behind the old temple is constructed. The grounds are large, and visitors can walk through the ground complex to explore different things. In fact, the temple is associated with lots of stories and there are plenty of things to see. The historical temple involves the legend of Phra Nang leud Khao, who was a lady with white blood. She was the wife of the ruler of the city, a devotee of Buddha.


    Location: The temple is present about 20 km from the main town of Thalang district on Thepkasattri Road.

    Highlights: The walls of the temple are covered with stories of Lord Buddha. There is even a white temple and a mummified Abbot. There are three large images of Lord Buddha in different buildings.

    Timings: Opens daily from 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM

  • 86 Assumption Cathedral

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    Assumption Cathedral, is one of the most popular and more than 200 year old holy place in Bangkok. It is the focal point of Catholicism in Thailand. This beautiful church is crowned in a notable territory off Charoen Krung Road close to the Chao Phraya River and is worth visiting. Named after the biblical name of the Virgin Mary, Assumption Cathedral is a legendary legacy of French preachers who initially moved to Thailand in the mid­1600s. Assumption Cathedral has remained the most important and popular Catholic church in  Thailand since the time of its construction. Pope John Paul II visited this place in 1984 which further solidified local’s belief in this holy shrine.

    Opening hours: The church is open for visitors during day hours. Services are held in English on Sundays at 10:00 AM, and in Thai at 06:00 AM, 07:30 AM, 08:30 AM and 05:00 PM, as well as on weekdays at 04:00 PM and 05:15 PM.

    Location: 23 Charoen Krung Soi 40 (Oriental Avenue), Bangrak, Bangkok

    How to Reach: Via ferry fromOriental Pier

    Top Things To Do in Assumption Cathedral

  • 87 Bida Nai

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    Based at a distance of about 1 km south of Phi Phi Islands, Bida Nai is the limestone brother island of Bida Nok and is also considered as a splendid dive sites especially for the uncountable collection of unique and charming aqua life.

    Though the reef remains covered by both soft and hard corals, a keen-eyed diver will spot the splendid fishes anyway. A minimum of 4 divers needs to be present while diving and all happens under the guidance of the diving leader of the dive boat.

    Underneath there are caves and colorful lagoons but it is advisable to avoid the caves if there is no prior experience in under water diving as this are narrow passages and not safe for amateurs. This is one of the most exciting destination and the only happening activity in this island.

  • 88 Koh Mun Nork Beach

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    Koh Mun Nork is the only private island beach resort in Thailand and just three hours from Bangkok. This is the ultimate destination for privacy, rest and relaxation, and amazing views of one of the most stunning locations on earth. Accessible only by a private boat, this resort is the only one on the island surrounded by untouched forest and pristine white sand beaches. An idyllic setting that is endlessly peaceful, this island is about you, the sea and the trees.

    What to Expect:  Those looking for peace and quiet on a beautiful beach plus comfortable mid-range 
    accommodations will find everything they need on Koh Mun Nork. Meals are served at set times in the morning, afternoon and evening and include mostly Thai and some Western options. Snorkel gear and kayaks are available for rent for those who want to take part in activities. 

    Location: Rayong 

    Approximate Price: Cost of a room ranges from 3,500 Baht ($115) to 6,500 Baht ($215) per person for a night.

    Top Things To Do in Koh Mun Nork Beach

  • 89 Bangtao

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    Bangtao reflects twin lifestyle while one side reflects the luxurious resorts and villages that provide visitors with all the required amenities, on the other hand, there is the rural side that still sustains the age old occupation of fishing and farming by the locals. This is one location ideal for swimming, also, the northern end of the bay boasts a beautiful coral reef.

    Things to Do: Home to some of the most luxurious and classy hotels, Bangtao is all about relaxation. While here you can indulge in active rounds of golf at Phuket Adventure Mini Golf and Laguna Phuket Golf Club. Horseback riding and Elephant trekking are some other activities known for keeping the visitors contended and elated.

    Getting There: Bangtao has located just 25 minutes away from the Phuket airport and can be easily accessed via bus or taxi. It is, however, advisable to avoid taxi due to their half-broken and sketchy conditions.

  • 90 Sunrise Beach, Ko Lipe

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    Sunrise beach or Hat Chao Ley as the locals call it,is a 2km stretch of white sandy, beautiful beach located along the west side of Koh Lipe with some of the most amazing sunrises in all of Thailand. Sunrise beach is the beach nearest to the small Chao Ley village on Koh Lipe. Be sure to wake up early so you don't miss the exquisite sunrise that happens every single morning, it's a fantastic way to start your day.

    Things to do: Sunrise beach is the best location on Koh Lipe for snorkeling right off of the beach; You'll be sure to find all types of aquatic life that will take your breath away.

    Best Time: Like all of Thailand, Sunrise Beach is much less visited in the low season (May-October), but once high season rolls around (November-April) you'll be sure to find plenty of foreigners and like-
    minded people

    Getting There: 
    You can get to Koh Lipe from Pak Barra Pier on Speedboats.

    Top Things To Do in Sunrise Beach, Ko Lipe

  • 91 Lucifer Disko TK

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    This is yet another famous nightclub located on Walking Street in Pattaya. The club offers great and uninterrupted music from the time it opens around 9PM till it closes (around 5am the next day) for its guests.

    Highlights – There are 2 areas of enjoying music here. The area at the front is quieter, where a live band plays Western music and where salsa dance performances take place. From here, you can also get to see the night life of Walking Street. The area at the back is noisier with rock music at its full flow, performed by well-known DJs. The club is relatively huge; however it gets jam-packed during weekends. So you need to come as soon as it opens to get a good view of the girls and performances.

    – Walking Street. The huge neon logo of the club makes it easily identifiable.

    Price – Close to THB100 per beer.

    Top Things To Do in Lucifer Disko TK

  • 92 Splashdown Waterpark

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    Enjoy the thrilling water adventure games at Splashdown Water Park in Pattaya. Experience the unlimited fun with eight attractions including the world’s tallest waterslide, famous Big Blob which lets you jump and soar high in the sky, Big Red Ball, a path of large and bouncy Red balls and Zorb Mountain, a 70 m lush mountain to roll down. Refresh yourself with the delicious cocktails, soft drinks and cold beer available at the Splashdown Bar. Stop by the restaurant for a hearty meal of fried chicken and fries and satisfy your sweet tooth with chocolates and ice creams available at Splashdown Mini-mart.


    Location: The Water Park is located in Pong, on highway 36 near the Bira International race track.

    Price: Ticket price for Thai nationals is 650 baht. For non-Thai nationals it is 1500 Baht. The entry fee for non players is 200 Baht.

    Timing: 9 AM to 5 PM

  • 93 Baan Pha Dang to Huay Kukap

    Image Credit : Baan Pha Dang to Huay Kukap
    When exploring nature along with fetching a decent knowledge about the hilly tribes is the motive behind a trekking trip then Chiang Mai trekking tours are the best, specially the Baan PHA Dang to Huay Kukap trek. The 3 hours trekking trail starts from the meditation cliffs and traverses through the exotic mountain cliffs, meandering streams and several local villages comprising of Hill tribes. Being a part of panoramic Northern Thailand it crosses eye catching destinations on its way like Mae Taman and finally reaches Huay Kukap which is popular for the beautiful hill tribe village. The best part of this trekking trip is enjoying the up close the lifestyle of the villagers and knowing more about their days in this area. The trekking can be done by trekkers with minimal knowledge or by amateurs by following the guidelines of the authorities.

    Difficulty Level
    : Moderate

    Best season for trekking: During cooler days of December to February

    Top Things To Do in Baan Pha Dang to Huay Kukap

  • 94 Wat Lokkayasutharam

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    Want to discover the true nature and beauty of Buddhist spiritualism? Then visit Wat Lokkayasutharam. Located inside the temple complex, this is a fascinating historical site that will immediately capture your attention. In fact, it is every bit as fascinating as the Mayan or Inca ruins. The place is serene and beautiful, with peacefulness surrounding all around.

    Highlights: The main highlight her is the reclining Buddha statue, which is effortlessly detailed and so stunningly depicted that it will leave an imprint on your heart. But it’s not just the Buddha, even the overall culture that will leave an impression on you.

    Here, you will find other tiny statuettes that people will push you to buy for Good luck. You will also find village women selling flowers and incense at the place. The Buddha itself is quite impressive and you can explore other ruins that mark the beauty of this place.

    Location: Ayutthaya Historical Park

    Top Things To Do in Wat Lokkayasutharam

  • 95 Wat Suwan Dararam

    Image Credit : Wat Suwan Dararam
    Built during the Late Ayutthaya period, Wat Suwan Dararam is another place of worship It was built by father of King Rama I when he ascended to the throne. The temple is considered a Golden Star in the island. But over a period of time, this temple underwent massive destruction. In fact, after the Burmese invasion of 1767, the temple was particularly in ruins.

    Highlights: The temple has gone under complete restoration and today, its main highlight is the Buddha image, which is a large stone copy of the Emerald Buddha that is found in Bangkok. The place has stunning roof columns, which have been extensively carved. It also features bot dips in the center, which was once a building tradition of that time. The temple is in service every day and is a serene place of worship.

    Location: Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District

    Top Things To Do in Wat Suwan Dararam

  • 96 Chiang Rai's Night Market

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    If there is one place in Chiang Rai where you can see Thai culture at its fullest form, it is the night market or the night bazaar. Close to the Walking Street types of Thailand, this night bazaar is where you can shop for exclusive handicraft items made of wood, scarves, bags, jewellery and many kinds of souvenirs that reflect Lanna culture and other hill tribal communities, at reasonable prices. After you have shopped till you dropped, satiate your hunger with awesome grilled dishes along with a variety of beers.

     Highlights – Do not miss to try out the authentic Thai massages from experts, folk music performances and other cultural displays that are exhibited here.

    – Quite close to the bus station, right on the Prasopsuk Phaholyothin Road.

    Timings – Open in the evenings from 6.30pm and goes on till 11PM.

     Entry fee – Free of cost.

  • 97 Naklua Fish Market

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    Naklua Fish Market is one of the best and largest fish market in Pattaya selling a wide assortment of seafood, both fresh and cooked. This market gives you an opportunity to savour the freshest seafood at a very reasonable price. There are many barbeque stalls where you can take your freshly bought seafood and get them cooked.

     At a very nominal fee, they will cook you the mouth watering dish which you can enjoy in the nearby Lan Pho Park. The market is not only popular among the locals but a large number of tourists also visit the place every year. A visit to the nearby Naklua village will take you away from the hubbub of city to witness the slow paced Thai life.


    Location: Located just 10 minutes from Pattaya Beach Road and right next to Naklua Beach.

     Price: The seafood can be bought here at very reasonable price.

  • 98 Pattaya Dolphin World

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    Pattaya Dolphin World situated in the city of Huay-Yai in Pattaya has become one of the city’s greatest amusement venues including Coral Reef Aquarium, Fish Farm, and a research center. This unique facility has been primarily developed to educate and entertain visitors of all ages while emphasizing the need for the conservation of dolphins and other endangered aquatic species in a safe manner. The major draw of the facility is undeniably it's 45 minutes long fantastic performance by dolphins wherein they dance, juggle, paint and even play basketballs.

    Timings: Opens daily from 9 AM to 5 PM.

    Price: Approximate price starts from 300 Baht.

  • 99 Flight of the Gibbon

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    Flight of the Gibbon, which had its first operation became wildly popular amongst travelers in Laos, now has expanded to include a spot in the jungles of Chonburi, an hour's drive from Bangkok. Billed as Thailand's premier zip line canopy tour, this adventure takes you deep into the jungles around the Chompoo Wildlife Sanctuary, where you travel above the forest floor from platform to platform via a series of ziplines suspended high in the air. Trained Sky Ranger guides to ensure safety and leave you to soar amongst the treetops, with chances of spotting wild boar, macaques, barking deer, and hornbills. An exhilarating adrenaline-filled Timings is assured.

    Location: It is located in Chiang Mai near the serene Jae Zorn National Park.

    Timings: Opens daily from 8 AM to 6 PM.

    Price: Approximately price starts from 4000 BHT

  • 100 The White Temple, Chiang Rai

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    Only about three hours north of Chiang Mai lays Chiang Rai, the largest northernmost city in Thailand. The White Temple Chiang Rai or Wat Rong Khun is a mesmerizing temple which is privately owned and at first sight, the White Temple may look like most other temples with the only exception of its pure white colour. This perception may, however, last for a few minutes. In order to reach the main ordination hall or ubosot, one must cross a bridge over a small pond which contains dozens of koi fish of which some are even white. The arms and the bridge of the temple showcase that one has to first pass temptation before awarded with success.

    Location: Located 15 kilometers Southwest of Chiang Rai town and can be accessed by any transport apart from railways.

    Things to Keep in Mind: Once inside the temple grounds, visitors must be appropriately dressed and must remove their footwear.

    Timings: The temple is opened from 8 AM to 5 PM.

    Price: The approximate cost for the entry is around 50 Baht.

    Top Things To Do in The White Temple, Chiang Rai

  • 101 Dusit Palace

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    Dusit Palace is a large, spacious complex of Palaces, mansions and throne halls build in Bangkok at the start of the 20th century. The Grand Palace had been the residence of Thai Kings since the founding of the Rattanakosin Kingdom and its capital Bangkok in 1782. With the number of buildings and residents growing at the Grand Palace, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) decided to have a new Palace build.

    Location: Visit Palace is located in the Dusit district , a few kilometers North of the old Rattanakosin area with the Grand Palace.

    Getting There: By far the easiest and most comfortable way to get there is by air conditioned  metered taxi.

    Timings: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

    Price: 100 Baht

  • 102 Bangla Road

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    One of the most sought after happening destination of Phuket is the thrilling Bangla Road. It is the lifeline for the nightlife of Phuket where crowds enjoy fascinating clubs and bars, sizzling dancing numbers performed by young girls, silky smooth drinks, live music, mouth melting dishes and fabulous entertainment of all means. The traffic remains close from evening on the road and buzzing loud sounds of music, flashy lighting all mix together creating a mess of sounds on the road. Beer bars, Go Go bars, restaurants, disco, shops all are present in the venue attracting almost 90 % of the visiting crowd of Phuket.

    Highlights: Fascinating street performances also catches the eye here specially during the late hours of the night. Soi Bangla, the small lanes across the Bangla Road are the popular landmarks of reputed bars and pubs here.

    Top Things To Do in Bangla Road

  • 103 Phi Phi Island

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    Phi Phi Island is the most popular destination  in Thailand. The Phi Phi Islands consist of six islands. The major ones being Phi Phi Don, which hosts the bohemian town of Phi Phi Islands, and Phi Phi Leh with Maya Bay. Phi Phi Islands are famous for its limestone cliffs rising sheer out of the emerald green waters, white powdery beaches and its many coral reefs offering great diving and snorkeling.

    : This island is popular for sightseeing, swimming, and snorkeling. Tourists can also visit Maya Bay, Loh Samah Bay, Pileh Cove, Viking Cave and Monkey Beach.

    Getting There
    : The Phi Phi islands are located about 48 Km southeast from Phuket, 42 km south from Krabi Town and 40 km from Ao Nang Beach. You can reach the island within 3 hours depending on the type of boat you choose. Boats leave from Phuket, Ao Nang and the Chao Far Pier in Krabi Town on a daily basis.

  • 104 Krabi Island

    Image Credit : Krabi Island
    Laying in southern Thailand, the Province of Krabi Island is a beautiful landscape, covered with hills, mangrove swamps, limestone rocks, and forests of oil palms. With eight districts in its pocket, Krabi island is one of the major tourist destinations in Thailand.

    Some of the major attractions here are its beaches, located at the west of Krabi town. Apart from this, there are various caves, viewpoints, and waterfalls worth visiting for all of its visitors. The other major tourist spot on the island is The Tiger Cave temple aka Wat Tham Sua.

    Highlights: From the hilltops of Krabi Island, a huge golden Buddha overlooks the landscape giving you spectacular views of the town, Limestone Mountains, and the Andaman Sea.  The mountains of Krabi island are also famous amongst the climbers who constantly come here to test and challenge themselves. 

    Getting There
    : There are many daily flights from Bangkok. The flight duration is about 70 mins.

  • 105 Khao Chi Chan(Buddha Mountain)

    Image Credit : Khao Chi Chan(Buddha Mountain)
    Buddha Mountain is arguably the most splendid religious symbol in Pattaya. The image of Buddha sitting cross-legged, with one hand resting on his knee and the other in his lap, is engraved into the northern face of Khao Chi Chan. The surrounding area is steeped in natural beauty, while Khao Chi Chan is its most prominent landmark and attraction; other facilities have sprung up around it to take advantage of the high level of passing trade in the form of Thai and foreign visitors to this remarkable place.

    : The grounds in front of Buddha Mountain include a temple, with saffron-robed monks a common sight, so appropriate clothing is recommended (clothing that covers shoulders and legs above the knee). Beyond this, there are no fees or restrictions on entering the grounds and getting up close to the awe-inspiring image.

    Location: Na Jomtien

    Timings: 08:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • 106 The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

    Image Credit : The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew
    Adorned with beautiful architecture, intricate details further glorifying the detailed heritage of this stunning country, The Grand Palace of Bangkok is an elegant and spectacular landmark, which is also home to Thai King,  and serves as the Royal Court and the administrative seat of government. The walls of the Grand Palace also depicts the Thai war ministry  and state departments. Even after 150 years, the monument is the spiritual heart of the Thai kingdom. Located within the grounds of the Grand Palace is the Wat Phra Kaew or the Temple of Emerald Buddha, which is the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand. The temple enshrines the Emerald Buddha image carefully carved from the single block of jade. 

    Location: The Grand Palace is located on the Na Phra Lan Road in the Phra Nakhon area. The palace is easily accessible via the skytrain from all parts of Bangkok. 

    Price: 500 Baht

    Timings: 8.30 AM to 3.30 PM

  • 107 Insanity

    Image Credit : Insanity
    Situated in the Sukhumvit Road, close to Nana and Soi Cowboy, Insanity is all about smashing music and energetic dance and a lovely evening. One of the largest clubs this place comes with amazing ambience filled with eye arresting lighting system and heavy duty sound systems. There remain regular appearances of international and local DJ and international superstars. EDM, House and hip hop are some of the preferred music played here. The entry fee is 300 Baht which includes one free drink. There are VIP booths for the bird’s eye view and for this one needs to book tables in advance with specific packages. The crowd is mix of foreign tourist and thai girls. One can enjoy some quality and fun time out here.


    : Sukhumvit Road Soi, 12 Near Nana BTS station.

    Timings: 21:00 till late night, even early morning.

  • 108 HQ Beach Lounge Phuket

    Image Credit : HQ Beach Lounge Phuket
    HQ Beach Lounge Phuket is the most stylish and exciting contemporary beach lounge of Phuket.

     HQ Beach Lounge Phuket lets you enjoy the fine splendid seaside experiences in chic simplicity. You can celebrate wonderful company here with sensuous wines, light beach side fares, eclectic soul music and true cocktails. You can come here for a relaxed dinner or a light lunch by the sea. Order anything from the menu and the culinary offerings of the HQ Beach Lounge are certainly going to enliven your every sense. Some of the best menu highlights of the lounge include light grills, fresh and succulent salads, magnificent pasta and flavor full seafood.

    Location: 100/210 Moo 3, Kamala, Kathu, Phuket 83150, Thailand

    Timings: The HQ Beach Lounge Phuket remains open from 9:00 AM to 1:00 AM.

    BEACH MAT: THB 1’500 per Beach Mat / Day incl. Beach Boy Service, HQ Towel and Food & Beverage value of THB 1’500
    BEACH SALA: THB 3’000 per Beach Sala / Day incl. Beach Boy Service, 2 HQ Towel and Food & Beverage value of THB 3’000
    BEACH NEST SALA: THB 5’000 per Nest Sala / Day incl. Beach Boy Service, 2 HQ towels and Food & Beverage value of THB 5’000

    Top Things To Do in HQ Beach Lounge Phuket

  • 109 Presley Guesthouse & Elvis Bar

    Image Credit : Presley Guesthouse & Elvis Bar
    If you are an Elvis Presley fan then obviously, the first and foremost choice of accommodation and dinning would be none other than Presley Guesthouse & Elvis Bar. With lots of Elvis memorabilia, Anne and Ross the owner of the place have given a nostalgic ambience to the whole place. About a 10 minutes’ walk from the busy Bangla Road, this is a place away from the buzzing nightlife where one can enjoy solace and heartfelt pleasant soul searching music. Nice icy drinks and snacks are available at Elvis bar and one can enjoy a good time here. There’s option of car and motor bike rentals from this place, arranged within a half day notice. Apart from this other facilities like beauty Salon, massage salon are also available here.

    : Soi Bonzaan, Patong Beach, Phuket

    Price: 550 Baht to 1500Baht, based on season and type of room selected

    Top Things To Do in Presley Guesthouse & Elvis Bar

  • 110 Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

    Image Credit : Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
    Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is one of the top three biggest floating market of Bangkok,Thailand. Being extremely colorful and traditional, Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is one of the top tourist attraction spot of Bangkok. The place is big enough to offer a spacious shopping experience to its tourists.

    Highlights: Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market shows a perfect picture of Thai culture and daily life of the people of Thailand. Though the place is quite famous, still a lesser number of foreigners are founds wandering around this marketplace. The Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is the exact replica of Thai life and their cuisine. The place offers an inside story of deep, authentic Thai traditions and foods. The dishes offered are extremely delicious and worth spending on.

    Location: Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is located at just 20 kms away from the City of Bangkok.

    Price: The prices prevailing in this marketplace are very affordable and worth spending. 

    Top Things To Do in Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

  • 111 Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

    Image Credit : Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market
    Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is an old traditional marketplace of Bangkok, Thailand. Typically famous for its fruit and fish market centers, the place offers an exclusive range of authentic Thai dishes, which one cannot resist. Open, throughout the week, Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market offers a gamut of local dishes for its tourist to sample and savor.

    Highlights: The authentic range of classic Thai food that is available in the marketplace of Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is the best attraction reason for tourists. Apart from that, the traditional essence, that the market offers is also a desirable experience. Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is the perfect place to enjoy Thailand farm-fresh food items.

    Location: Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is located at the bank of Noi-Khlong Om River. To reach this marketplace, the best experience is to take a boat ride from Chang Pier River.

    Price: The genuine entry to the market is free of cost. You only have to pay for items that you buy. 

    Top Things To Do in Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

  • 112 Wat Hua Lamphong

    Image Credit : Wat Hua Lamphong
    Not far from Bangkok's main business and entertainment district along Silom Road is  the temple of Wat Hua Lampong. The temple serves a large community of those that  live and work around upper Silom and Suriwong Roads, so although its not especially significant, the temple is a lively place to observe a 'real' working temple. Wat Hua  Lampong was extensively remodeled in honor of His Majesty the King's 50 anniversary  on the throne. The royal seal of the Kanchanapisek Year (as it was called) is used  extensively throughout the temple's elaborate decorations. The seal features two  elephants flanking a multi­tiered umbrella. The temple is actually quite large, and if you  wander around you will find some interesting older buildings.

    Location: Si Phraya, Bang Rak

    Getting There:  Wat Hua Lampong faces Rama IV Road right next to the Sam Yan 

    subway station. If taking the Skytrain at the Saladaeng Station, walk through Taniya  Alley, cross Suriwong Road, Rama IV will be on your right. Turn left on Rama IV and walk down about one block.

  • 113 the Royal Thai Elephant Museum

    Image Credit : the Royal Thai Elephant Museum

    A national symbol and a deeply revered animal in Thailand remain to be the elephant. Tradition dictates that a white elephant should belong to the monarch and becomes their exclusive property. Considered a symbol of prestige and wealth, the white elephant is an albino of the Siamese elephant. the grounds of the Dusit Palace. Formally the building was used as the stables of the royal elephants, but today has been converted in to a museum, which is made up of two buildings.

    The first building will give visitors insight in to the history of royal elephants and how the animals are classified. Several artifacts, photographs and figurines can also be found in the first building. The second building has a display model of a white elephant in full royal regalia along with other artifacts. Another highlight of the museum remains to be the fine display of elephant tusks, the longest is said to be 290 cm in length and once belonged to the auspicious white elephants.

    Location:  Dusit Palace Park, Th Ratchawithi

    Approximate Price: Adult- 100 baht , Child 20 baht with free Grand Palace ticket.

    Timings: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

    Top Things To Do in the Royal Thai Elephant Museum

  • 114 Giant Swing

    Image Credit : Giant Swing
    WatSuthat, better known for the towering red Giant Swing that stands at its passage, is one of the most noteworthy and remarkable temples in Bangkok. It highlights a rich  church with clearing rooftop, wonderful divider paintings and stunning hand­cut teakwood entryway panels. Standing at 21.15 meters, between WatSuthat and Bangkok City Hall, the Giant Swing's two towering red columns and intricately cut crossbar are unmistakable visible from a  far distance. The first Giant Swing, dating from 1784, was replaced in 2004 with another one created completely from brilliant teak. The development of the new swing was a  mind boggling procedure of hand­cutting, paint undercoating and covering by expert  specialists and included various gatherings from structural architects to the Forestry Department to Brahmin ministers.

    Opening Hours:Every day from 08:30 AM ­ 09:00 PM

    Location:BamrungMuang Road, Old City (Rattanakosin), opposite Bangkok City Hall

  • 115 Yao Noi Island

    Image Credit : Yao Noi Island
    Based in the middle of Phang Nga Bay, Ka Yao Noi Islands is often referred as “small long Island”. Being situated almost halfway between Krabi and Phuket this island has a tranquillity and serene beauty which remains unmatched with other islands here.

    The photogenic landscape and the stretches of mangrove forest, blue cascading waters and fabulous golden beaches all form an irresistible visual experience here. There is an availability of both luxurious accommodations along with budget-friendly hotels for good stay in the island.

    Some of the best activities to be done here include Diving, snorkelling, sea kayaking and rock climbing. One can enjoy homely matches at the boxing training camp of Muay Thai boxing camp.

    : Yoga retreat in the island, Exclusive Thai Massage

    Location: 30-minute speedboat ride from Phuket

  • 116 Rawai Beach

    Image Credit : Rawai Beach
    Rawai is a beautiful seafront village in Phuket. It is one of Phuket’s main ports and has access to all the major islands of Phuket. The best way to get around Rawai is on a scooter. It is less touristy as compared to the other beaches of the area. Divided in two parts, the northern part is known as Hatt Mitthraphap which has some beach fronts and south area is known as Kaem La which is more urban.

    Highlights: An area which is less touristy in nature, this is gaining popularity not just cause of its beautiful beach but also hills and real estate properties. Tourists come here to enjoy pure nature and experiencing Thai culture and food here is a bliss.

    Location: It is located in the southern tip of Phuket near Kata and Patong beaches.

    Price: A Songthaew from Phuket town will cost 40 Thai Baht to reach here. 

    Top Things To Do in Rawai Beach

  • 117 Kata

    Image Credit : Kata

    The crystal clear waters and the white sands of Kata bay have been known for seducing tourists with its charms. Located just a few meters away from Karon Beach, Kantaia a year-round magnet, well appreciated for its palm-lined beaches, elegant restaurants, and sophisticated nightlife. While Kata Centre, located at the northern end is known for its relaxing beach and soothing atmosphere, Kata South, on the other hand, is a one-stop-destination for food lovers as the latter boasts a variety of eateries.

    Things to Do: The sprawling 1.5km beach length is one of the most popular destination both for leisure as well as water and air adventures. Kara Viewpoint is another striking tourist hot-spot that provides the panoramic view of the entire island. Out of all, Surf House Phuket is one-stop-destination for all surfers. This artificial surfing center provides the thrill seekers with their required adrenaline rush and is also considered as a warm up session for the actual activity.

    Getting There: If you are commuting from the airport, you can either board a minibus or a cab. While visitors from Phuket, open air bus is a delightful option.

  • 118 Ko Lanta

    Image Credit : Ko Lanta

    Apart from the pristine beaches and shimmering coastline, there is something else too that makes Thailand a hit among tourists from all over the world – Thai cuisine. The tropical island of Ko Lanta is one stop destination for all the food lovers, from spicy coconut curries to stir-fried noodles, this place has something for almost everyone.

    One of the most remarkable features of KoLanta is that this island offers an array of cooking classes so that you can learn more about the Thai cuisine and take away some techniques back with you.

    Things to Do: Indulge in half-day cooking class (as per your preference) learn more about the traditional ingredients including exotic herbs and spices that are known for giving that signature taste to Thai cuisine. Grab your chance to learn the art of Thai cooking – choose from an array of menu including soups, salads, stir-fried vegetables, and caramelized fish. Master the skill of cooking a scrumptious Thai meal by indulging in these ravishing cooking classes.

    Getting There:  Koh Lanta can be easily accessed via ferry from Ko Phi Phi or Phuket

  • 119 Srinakarin National Park

    Image Credit : Srinakarin National Park
    Srinakarin National Park, established in 1975 is one of the best places for a rendezvous with the wild. The IUCN category II national park is a part of the Kanchanaburi Province and Western Forest Complex Protected area. 1,532 square kilometers is the area of this park. Srinagarin Reservoir created by Khwae Yai river is located right in the middle of this place.

     Highlights: The main attraction of this National park is the Huay Mae Khamin waterfall, with seven levels. The waterfall starts from the east of the park. There are other natural attractions as well. The park is quite famous for its numerous cave systems, including prehistoric cave paintings and Buddha images. In this national park, you can expect to see evergreen and deciduous trees along with animal species like leopard cat, squirrels, bats, civet, slow lories, kingfishers, barbets and peafowl birds.

    Location: Kanchanaburi.

    Price: 2500 Baht onwards

    Top Things To Do in Srinakarin National Park

  • 120 Phuket Seashell Museum

    Image Credit : Phuket Seashell Museum
    One of the prominent attractions of Rawai Beach is the Seashell Museum which hosts a whole range of sea shells from different parts of the globe. Many of these seashells are from Phuket and Thai waters too. Located at the basement near Evason Resort, there are four main exhibitions held with informations shared in both Thai and English language. The collections are wide stretching from the earliest shells found on earth to the world’s largest golden pearl weighing 140 carats. Opened in 1997 the museum has about 2000 sea shells for all to enjoy. The entry fee of the museum is quite reasonable and pocket friendly.

    Location: On the way from Chalong Circle to Rawai, Phuket

    Timings: 8:00am to 6:00pm, Open on all days.  

    Top Things To Do in Phuket Seashell Museum

  • 121 Khao Chi Chan (“Buddha Mountain”)

    Image Credit : Khao Chi Chan (“Buddha Mountain”)

    Buddha Mountain is arguably the most splendid religious symbol in Pattaya. The image of Buddha sitting cross-legged, with one hand resting on his knee and the other in his lap, is engraved into the northern face of Khao Chi Chan. The surrounding area is steeped with natural beauty, while Khao Chi Chan is its most prominent landmark and attraction; other facilities have sprung up around it to take advantage of the high level of passing trade in the form of Thai and foreign visitors to this remarkable place.

    Highlights: The grounds in front of Buddha Mountain include a temple, with saffron-robed monks a common sight, so appropriate clothing is recommended (clothing that covers shoulders and legs above the knee). Beyond this, there are no fees or restrictions on entering the grounds and getting up close to the awe-inspiring image.

    Location: Na Jomtien

    Timings: 08:00 – 17:00

    Top Things To Do in Khao Chi Chan (“Buddha Mountain”)

  • 122 Wat Phra Si Sanphet

    Image Credit : Wat Phra Si Sanphet
    Ayutthaya’s most ancient temple, Wat Phra Si Sanphet is a grand, beautiful structure that should be explored once in a lifetime. The stunning temple was built in 1350 by King Ramathibodi I and has a beautiful architecture.

    Although the original temple was destroyed by Burmese in 1767, the structure and its legacy still remains. The temple, during its period of complete existence was the temple of the royal family. No moks lived at the place.

    Highlights: The impressive structure of the place has additional facilities that are on the raised platform. These platforms are called the three Chedis and has been restored. The design is in Ceylonese style, which is a reminiscent of a bell. Overall, the terrace is surrounded by a cloister. It has symmetrically designed four halls which were once used for meeting purposes.

    Location: Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District

    Top Things To Do in Wat Phra Si Sanphet

  • 123 Maruekhathaiyawan Palace Cha-Am

    The Maruekhathaiyawan Palace is a royal palace and a former residence of a king. Today, it is just a tourist attraction owing to its beautiful architecture. This palace was used as a holiday villa by the King Vajiravudh. It was made by an Italian architect, Ercole Manfredi.

     The complete design of the palace was drafted by the King who presided over here. There are around 16 teak buildings all of which are raised by various concrete pillars and they are linked by many walkways throughout the palace. The architecture of this beautiful palace is worth seeing by every tourist.

    Location: 1281 Thanon Phetkasem, Tambon Cha-am, Amphoe Cha-am, Chang Wat Phetchaburi 76120, Thailand

    Timings: The palace is open for tourists from 8 in the morning to 4:30 in the evening.

    Price: There is an entry fee to the palace and it is priced at 60 baht per person. This entry fees is used for maintaining the palace by the authority.

    Top Things To Do in Maruekhathaiyawan Palace Cha-Am

  • 124 Plearn Wan Shopping Village

    Image Credit : Plearn Wan Shopping Village
    The shopping village has a lot to offer all what Hua Hin is famous for. However, western tourists might not like it much since not many products are available for them. It is a complete market though as you will find everything from clothes, food, gift items, speciality stores and much more here.

    The Plearn Wan Shopping village is nicely decorated and tourists love taking pictures here. Even the food available here is simply awesome and loved by the tourists from all parts of the world. You will find a lot of souvenir shops here which lets you buy local gift items from here.

    Location: The village is located at Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand

    Timings: The shopping village is open from 9 in the morning to 10 in the night.

    Price: The place is free to enter but whatever you buy have different prices which can be brought down by bargaining with the locals.

    Top Things To Do in Plearn Wan Shopping Village

  • 125 Phraya Nakhon Cave

    Image Credit : Phraya Nakhon Cave
    If you like to explore caves, the Phraya Nakhon Cave will provide you an experience of a lifetime. The cave is very beautiful and the deeper you go, the more you will love it. Many people term it as the best place for you to go in the city of Hua Hin.

    The Phraya Nakhon Cave is surrounded by beaches which is an added advantage and you can reap in the benefits of a beach as well as a cave together. You will witness some wonderful landscapes and the natural beauty that the cave has for you.

    Location: Ro Pho Cho Prachuap Khiri Khan 4033 Rd., Sam Roi YOT(King), Amphoe Sam Roi Yot, Chang Wat Prachuap Khiri Khan 77120, Thailand

    Timings: It is open from 6 AM in the morning to 6:30 in the evening. However, these hours might differ on public holidays.
    Price: The Price for going inside the cave is 200 BAHT.

    Top Things To Do in Phraya Nakhon Cave

  • 126 Erawan Waterfall

    Image Credit : Erawan Waterfall

    The Erawan Waterfall was really an impressive series of seven waterfalls each with its profound shape and character of its own. The waterfalls typically all over the limestone cliffs resulting in colorful pools and shimmering rock formations collaging with the scenery. Mixed deciduous forest covers over 80% of the park with big swathes of bamboo. Tigers, elephants, sambar deer, gibbons and many more dwell in these regions. The park also offers the visitors to camp among the green landscapes of the fall.

    Location:  Located in the Tenasserim Hills and can be accessed by an easy 2 km trek.

    Things to Keep in Mind: Beware of monkeys who may snatch the belongings while taking a dip.

    : The waterfall can be accessed between 8 AM to 05:40 PM

    Top Things To Do in Erawan Waterfall

  • 127 Karon Temple Market

    Image Credit : Karon Temple Market
    Based in the heart of Karon beach, the Karon Market is one of the most popular shopping destinations for both the locals as well as the visitors. The Karon compound stretches for 12,000sqm and on every Tuesday and Saturday, it transforms into a live market selling all kinds of goods. Here one can find a wide collection of many products from T-shirts to bags, Thai style carves to sarongs, swimsuits to beach wear, branded watches, jewellery, souvenir and many other lifestyle goods. One can find good Thai handicraft products in here which are a rare collection and a must buy for all visitors. Karon market is almost like Phuket Weekend Market with unlimited choice goods but at decent prices. The market is also notable for delicious food items like sushi, grilled or steamed meat, fruit shakes etc.

    Location: At Wat Karon on Patak Road, Central Karon

    Every Tue and Sat from 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    Top Things To Do in Karon Temple Market

  • 128 Terminal 21 Bangkok

    Image Credit : Terminal 21 Bangkok
    Terminal 21 brings the dream of traveling the world to downtown Bangkok, with its cutting ­edge concept that places several world­ famous cities under one roof. Find yourself wandering around a maze of shops in Tokyo City, sauntering down London’s  Carnaby Street, bagging a bargain in an Istanbul zouk, or shopping for something to fill your growling stomach at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco. Part of the same building as Grande Centre Point Sukhumvit, Terminal 21’s curvilinear glass­ and­steel façade resembles a 21st­century airport, and the theme continues once you step inside. The floor signs that signal the arrivals in particular cities, a crisscrossing network of escalators, electronic display boards that bring to mind flight information displays at an airport terminal and the information desk receptionists donning air hostesses’ uniforms –  these are all part of the shopping experience at Terminal 21.

    Location: Sukhumvit Road

    Timings: 10:00 AM  TO 10:00 PM

    Top Things To Do in Terminal 21 Bangkok

  • 129 Siam Square

    Image Credit : Siam Square
    Siam Square, like the city in which it is located, is an area of contrast. In essence it is the hub of all things cool, an individual expression point where styles are both shaped and surface (and resurface). Siam also holds claim to being the most expensive place to rent land in Bangkok. It is to The City of Angels, what Bond Street is to London and Fifth Avenue to New York, while still possessing the innovative atmosphere of Camden Town or Soho, NYC. Siam Square itself is something of an open­air shopping complex that radiates a feeling of creativity. Recently, new malls have been taking the place of the street vendors but there are still lanes upon lanes to explore. Tribes of bright and bold slogan T­shirts meet with tailored suits and hipster fashion. Siam Square is in essence where trends both emerge and are created, an epicentre of inspiration in Bangkok.

    Location: Th Phra Ram, Bangkok

    Timings: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

  • 130 Soi Cowboy

    Image Credit : Soi Cowboy
    Soi Cowboy is one of the best known designated entertainment night life districts inBangkok. It is also one of Bangkok's most visited tourists attractions. It is a short street, approximately 150 metres long, and is (technically) closed to traffic at night.  Be prepared to be tugged on by dozens of ladies as you enter the threshold of Soi Cowboy.  This widely popular red light zone was just recently renovated and enjoying a surge in  visitors as a result. It is filled with good restraints and numerous bars serving reasonably priced alcohol and cheap beer.

    Location: On the corner of Asoke and Sukhumvit road.

    Approximate Price: 110THB to 150THB for beer and entry into every bar is free.

    Timings: Opens around 6PM. Closes around 1AM to 2AM.

  • 131 Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

    Image Credit : Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

    Bangkok Art and Cultural Center is the center of Bangkok's prospering craftsmanship scene and offers a wide scope of contemporary workmanship, plan, music, theater and film in the city. Located just a few meters away from National Stadium BTS, this stunning center an array of art works both Thai and International specialists.

    Both inside and outside the building is reminiscent of the Guggenheim in New York, with its colossal white facing and winding walkways. Bangkok Art and Culture Center gathers and shows a wide assortment of artwork including Thai and global contemporary craftsmanship. The winding staircase takes guests on a round displaying these stunning masterpieces on every floor of this 9-story building. Also, an art workshop is routinely held in front of the building every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

    Opening hours: Everyday 10:00 AM – 09:00 PM (Closed on Mondays)

    Admission fee: Free

    Location: Pathumwan Intersection, opposite MBK Center

    How to Reach: Taxi/ Bus from Siam Station or National Stadium Station

    Top Things To Do in Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

  • 132 Karon Beach

    Image Credit : Karon Beach
    Karon features the third longest beach on Phuket Island. Located on the west coast, between Patong to the north and Kata (with which it shares a common municipality) to the south, Karon Beach is the  second favorite holiday destination in Phuket. Karon Beach road is ideal for taking an evening stroll and is mostly occupied by large resorts interrupted by restaurants and shops (including the popular Karon Bazaar). Karon is centered on Luang Poh Chuan Road, towards the southern end of the beach, which houses excellent restaurants and the ‘hottest’ nightlife spot of the resort town. Here the sea is calm throughout the dry season and the sand is fine and powdery.

    Activities:  The beach has excellent snorkeling and diving spots at its southern end. 

    Location: Phuket

  • 133 The Golden Triangle

    Image Credit : The Golden Triangle
    Situated in the Chiang Rai Province on the northern coast of Thailand, the Golden Triangle is one of its most enduring and attractive tourist destinations. The landscape of this stunning tourist destination is shrouded with lush jungles, hills while the Ruak River flows by merrily on its course. The destination is the focal point of the meeting of three countries namely, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. As the Ruak River meets the Mekong River here, it forms a natural boundary between the three countries. It is also denoted by the name Sop Ruak by the locals. It is the mainstay of the Lanna Culture and get off point for many tourists who want to explore the markets of Burma .

    : Chiang Rai Province

    Highlights: Phra That Doi Pu Khao which is located on the hill and Hall of Opium.

    Getting There: Blue Songathews (Local Buses) run from Mae Sai as well as Chiang Saen every 20 mins.

  • 134 Lumpini Park

    Image Credit : Lumpini Park
    Lumpini Park is an inner-city haven of tranquility, fresh air, and shade - offering city dwellers the perfect connection to nature. Named after the birthplace of the Lord Buddha in Nepal, the park is more than half a million square metres big, and the habitat of various flora and fauna. Lumpini Park has over the years grew into the endearing centre for outdoor leisure activities for people.

    : The park is home to ever rarer indigenous flora, a forest park, and some quirky residents like the water monitor lizards. Some of the colourful recreational pursuits at the park include rowing, paddleboats, and a fun outdoor gym. On the subject of food, Lumpini Park never fails to impress with many street vendors cooking up famous Thai street food like Pad Thai etc.

    Location: It is located on Rama IV Road, between Ratchadamri and Witthayu

    :  Everyday from 5:00 to 19:00

    Price: The entry is free in this park

  • 135 GLOW

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    GLOW is a comparatively small but quite famous and sought after night club of Bangkok. With space for not more that few hundred people, GLOW is famous for its thriving music and amazing ambience. Glow is much different from other nightclubs since it is based on love of music and not on each and everything that hits the floor and raises the charts. Based in Shumvit Soi 23, this is one place where rejuvenation of mind is guaranteed. Live music, deep house, techno are some of the preferred music played here. The nightclub is divided into two floors but the same remains quite crowded throughout the week. Entry fee is dependent on the event and the DJ’s playing though the amount is nearly 300 Baht approximately. It is one of the favourite joints with mix crowd of both Thai individuals and foreigners.


    : Shumvit Soi 23, near BTS Ashok

    : 22; 00pm to 3:00am

  • 136 Sunset Bars

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    Phuket has some of the best sunset bars but the spectacular view of the island is best fetched from the hilly road that connects Kata Beach and Nai Harn Village. Some of most popular and splendid sunset bar and restaurant is located in this place where visitors can enjoy nature’s panoramic beauty in the relaxing ambience of the restaurant. Afterbeach Bar is one such place where one can come all sun burn, enjoy superb meals some quick drinks and enjoy music of Bob Marley.

    For good sea food and some soft soothing melodious tunes and whisper of hilly breeze care to visit Baan Chom View where one can experience mouth watering delicious formal dining and enjoy nature at its best. Apart from this other popular joints include Som Tam Kit, Sabai Corner, Small Viewpoint etc which can also be explored for good food and relaxing environment.

    Location: Near Kata Noi Beach

  • 137 Tri Trang Beach

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    Another private and isolated beach in Phuket is Tri Trang Beach which has the beautiful setting of tropical environment located just three kilometres from Patong. If you are staying at Merlin Beach Resort, you can enjoy the beauty of this isolated beach. Nestled between the grassy hills on the south, this beach has stretches of white sand and tranquil water. You can go for snorkelling or swimming in the clear blue water or simply laze around under the shades of palm trees and colourful umbrellas. Rejuvenate yourself with the massage offered at several massage huts along the beach.

    : An undisturbed strip of land to spend quiet time with family and friends. Two pleasant restaurants lie on the hill from where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the area. The lively Patong is just 5 minutes drive to enjoy at bars, restaurants and clubs. Enjoy water activities like snorkelling.

    Top Things To Do in Tri Trang Beach

  • 138 Kwan Riam

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    Kwan Riam is popularly known as the central floating market, situated at a distance of 30 kms from Bangkok city. The market covered a huge area and offers an authentic range of fresh food and Thai meals, one can ever imagine.

    Highlights: The Kwan Riam floating market is traditionally a weekend market. It opens on Saturdays, Sundays and any other public holidays. Generally people offering alms to the monks gather this place on weekends. Hence, the Kwan Riam floating market is a quite busy market of Bangkok outskirts. The essence of traditional touch in the marketplace is quite realistic and offers a colossal gathering of joy and victuals.

    Location: The Kwan Rium market is located quite in between Soi Saereethai 60 and Soi Ramkhamhaeng 187, 30 kms away from the city of Bangkok.

    Price: Entry to the market is free. Only buying is chargeable in Bahts. 

  • 139 Amphawa Floating Market

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    The Bangkok Magazine has ranked Amphawa Floating Market as the second largest market of the city capital. Bangkok is the city of tourist attraction and the beautiful addition of Amphawa Floating Market to the list has moreover increased its number of visitors on a daily basis. The authentic Amphawa floating Market is a worth sightseeing center for tourists.

    Highlights: The Amphawa Floating Market is famous for its exotic Thai culture and authenticity. The place dates back to the 17th century, but the essence is still young and vibrant. The market place lights up with joy and pleasant odor during the weekends. The exotic range of the seafood that is available at the Amphawa Floating market is irresistible to the appetite. The prawn plate appetizers and the sweet tooth Thai desserts are the incredible part of this weekend market.

    Location: The Amphawa Floating Market is located at 50 kms away from the city of Bangkok, near a small village known as Amphawa.

    Price: The entry to the marketplace is free. The boat ride across the floating market charges around 50 Baht, else you have to pay only for the appetizers you buy. 

    Top Things To Do in Amphawa Floating Market

  • 140 Grease Nightclub

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    With four distinctive floors dedicated towards entertaining the visitors, one can just drop by at Grease Night Club and enjoy lovely wine, delicious dinner, foot tapping music and jolting dance. Located at Sukhumvit Soi 49, in Piman 49 Complex, this place is close to Thong Lor BTS and opposite to Samitivej Hospital. The ground floor of the club is dedicated to Mediterranean and Thai cuisine. The first level is the LSD, the nightclub with neon lights and low ceiling, the second comprises New York live music in loft style and the fourth is an open air shisha bar dedicated to the star gazer since it’s based on the rooftop. A perfect place, to chill out with friends and family Grease promises good entertainment. The availability of foods and drinks and wide and cocktails starts at only 260 Baht.

    : Sukhumvit Soi 49,Bangkok.

    Timings: 20:00pm till late night.

    Top Things To Do in Grease Nightclub

  • 141 Princess Mother Memorial Park

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    A visit to this memorial park doesn’t only give you a relaxing ambience in a lush garden but an insight to the life and works of the beloved Princess Mother of Thailand. There are two exhibition halls where you can learn about her life and works. The park features an actual­size model of the house where the Princess Mother was born and lived, set amid a beautifully landscaped garden. The Princess Mother passed away in 1995, two years after the memorial park was built. Photographs from her royal cremation ceremony in 1996 are also displayed here.

    Location: Soi 3 Somdet Chao Phraya Road

    Timings: Garden  is open daily 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM and the exhibition halls from 8:30 AM to  4:30 PM (except national holidays)

    Top Things To Do in Princess Mother Memorial Park

  • 142 Wat Mahathat

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    The headquarter of Thailand's largest monastic order and Vipassana Meditation centre, Wat Mahathat is an important centre for the study of Buddhism and meditation. Although most programmes are in Thai, there are some in English and the temple has become a popular place to learn the Vipassana Meditation (Insight Meditation). The temple was originally built to house a relic of the Buddha and one of the oldest temples in Bangkok. You can also have your fortune told inside the 'wat' (temple). Just next to the temple, every Sunday is the Bangkok's largest amulet market, where religious amulets, charms, talismans, and traditional medicine are spread on the ground to be inspected by buyers looking for one that will bring good luck or ward off evil. Different amulets are used for specific purposes; to bring money, restore health, deal with unrequited love or keep your enemies away.

    Location: Phra That Road, Old City (Rattanakosin)

    Timings: 09:00 Am to  17:00 Pm

  • 143 Democracy Monument

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    Hovered by never­ending swarms of verwhelming tourists, the Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road is a substantial Western­style image of Thailand's selection of  popular government and freedom. Field Marshall PlaekPibulsonggram appointed it to honor the June 1932 military overthrow that led to the nation's first fair constitution set  up laid on total principle.

    Location: Ratchadamnoen Road, Rattanakosin (Old City)

  • 144 Erawan Shrine

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    Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, not entirely Buddhist pulls in a greater number of guests than a number of the city's sanctuaries. It was raised amid the mid­1950s, after the Thai government had chosen to fabricate the extravagant Erawan Hotel in this area. In any  case, the first phases of the development were plagued with such a large number of issues that superstitious workers declined to proceed unless the area spirits were  pacified. After conferences with celestial prophets, the erection of a hallowed place to respect the four ­confronted Brahma God, Than Tao Mahaprom, was thought to be a favorable arrangement. A sublime picture of the Brahma God was particularly thrown and plated, and The Erawan Hotel opened to recognitions and overall acclaim for three decades. Towards the end, the property couldn't contend with more cutting edge offices, and was replaced by the exclusive Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok in 1991. As the shrine was initially developed to match the grandeur of the old Erawan Hotel, the area came to be known as the Erawan Shrine.

    Opening Hours: 06:00 AM – 12:00 AM

    Location: In front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, corner of Ploenchit and Ratchadamri  Road

  • 145 Yao Yai Island

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    Forming an essential part of Yao Island district, Yao Yai Island is the largest island with amazing and captivating beaches such as Lo Pa Raed Beach, Sai Bay, Klong Son Bay, Thi Kud Bay, Hin Kong Bay, Laan bay and Laem Nok Og. One of the most scenic islands, the water here is clear with fishes swimming around showing a great display for the onlookers.

    Yao Yai village based here is a small village with traditional values and cultures which excites the visitors a lot. The main source of earning for the people here are from agriculture and fishing. There are small budget accommodations present here with all necessary facilities for night stay.

    Some of the best activities to be done here include Swimming, Sea Canoeing and Kayaking, and Mountain Biking.

    : Beach Walking

    Location: 25 min speedboat ride from Phuket eastern coast

    Top Things To Do in Yao Yai Island

  • 146 Mu Koh Hong

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    Mu Koh Hong is not a single island but a cluster of limestone islands which includes popular islands like Lao Riam Pakka, Lao or Sa Ka Lao La Ding and not to forget the southern big island Lao Li Pe. The major attractions of these islands are its pictorial beauty consisting of white sandy beaches, amazing coral reefs, mesmerizing ambience, pleasant climate and crystal blue waters.

    For the adventure lovers, the destination provides equal entertainment with options for adventure sports like scuba diving, snorkelling etc. Fishing is one of the popular activities here as some of the unique fishes are available in the sea here. Another attraction close to the island is the Bok Khorani National Park which can be easily reached by boat ride.

    The entrance fee of the park is 200bht. However, for camping, there are separate charges.

    : Sea Canoeing & Kayaking

    Location: 46km from Krabi town.

    Top Things To Do in Mu Koh Hong

  • 147 White Sand Beach, Koh Chang

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    White Sand Beach is generally split into north and south, with the vast majority of the actual beach at the northern end and the southern section generally held to start at the point where the sand gives way to rocks and the cliffs. White Sand Beach is a popular choice for those that want a Thai beach/resort holiday with no hassle – during the day, a good stretch of sand with clear calm waters for swimming and sunbathing and in the evening, dining under the stars at the tables laid out along the beach, with the chance to hit the odd nightspot later.

    For those not seeking this or unsure as to whether the atmosphere 
    will prove too touristy for their tastes, it is probably best to look elsewhere on Koh Chang. 

    Activities:  Diving and snorkeling are very popular on the beach; you can go trekking in Koh Chang.

    Top Things To Do in White Sand Beach, Koh Chang

  • 148 Surin

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    A small town in the Surin Province, this is one quieter place located towards the east of Bangkok. Surin’s only claim to fame is it annual Elephant roundup ceremony. This land of big elephants explodes into a dynamic city after November, as during this period the city hosts giant crowds of pachyderms.

    Things to do: Surin is untouched by the modernization and still showcases the traditional and agricultural Thailand. While here visit, Surin National Museum and Silk village and know more about the history, tradition, and agriculture of this quiet land.

    Getting There: Surin can be comfortably accessed via public transport. Buses depart from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal to Surin every day.

  • 149 Phuket Trickeye Museum

    Phuket Trickeye Museum is an intuitive 3D painting show offering astounding photograph opportunities and fun-filled time. Situated at the intersection of Montri and Phang Nga streets in a substantial two-story building (which used to be a famous film theater until 2002), Phuket Trickeye Museum includes a display of around 100 painted and carved scenes utilizing Trompe-l'oeil (French for 'misdirect the eye') systems, putting guests in amusing incredible world-like circumstances.

    Trompe-l'oeil is an old painting system that requires a specific geometrical ability; the thought is to make a three-dimensional figment on a two-dimensional (level) foundation. Perspectival illusionism rules at Phuket Trickeye Museum, and you are certain to be tricked by the noteworthy canvases in plain view here.

    Location: At the corner of Montri and Phang Nga roads in Phuket Town, right next to Pearl Hotel. 

    Timings: Every day from 09:00 AM – 09:00 PM 

    Price: The approximate price starts from 500 THB per adult and 300 THB per child (101-130 cm in height)

    Top Things To Do in Phuket Trickeye Museum

  • 150 b

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    Mixx Discotheque is easily one of the best nightclubs in Pattaya when it comes to interiors and design. This place, which has been one of the hot favourites of party animals in Pattaya for a long time now, has two clubs, in which guests can sit and enjoy their drinks along with the scintillating dance performances of the Russian beauties, Thai women and well-known DJs. Rouge Club and Cyrstal Palace are the two clubs of this place.

    Highlights – This joint is preferred by Russian tourists mainly because most of the girls who perform here are from Russia. Due to its high maintenance, the club charges its guests more than what its contemporaries charge; however it is worth every dime, as services are of top class here.

    – Walking Street.

    Price – Around THB150 to THB200 per beer, but you get two beers when you buy one anytime until 1AM, which is exactly when the club starts getting a large number of visitors.

  • 151 Horizon Bar, Hilton

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    True to its brand name, Hilton Group’s Horizon Bar is luxury and elegance personified. Situated on the 34th floor, this bar provides an excellent view of Pattaya city, especially when visited after sun set. The place tends to get too crowded during weekends; hence it is better to book your seats in advance. Take your cameras along with you, as you can capture some exciting images of the Pattaya city line during the night hours from this bar.

    Highlights –There are 3 private dining rooms in this bar and guests can choose one of them for a superior quality experience. During sunset hours, there are promotional offers where you get one cocktail free when you buy one. Ginger Vodka is a must try here.

    – Just around 1km from Walking Street.

    Price – Quite steep; you might need to shell out around THB400 per bottle of wine.

    Top Things To Do in Horizon Bar, Hilton

  • 152 Boon Rawd's Singha Park

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    Thailand is one of the reputed tea producers in the world. If you want to visit the exquisite tea plantations in this island nation, you have to come to Boon Rawd’s Singha Park. Perched on top of scenic mountains, the drive to the park itself is absolutely remarkable. The plantations are set up on a farm sprawling area of close to 237 acres, with a majestic golden lion at the entrance. These tea estates are definitely worth a visit, when you come to Chiang Rai.

     Highlights- The labourers working on these tea farms are mostly from tribal communities; hence don’t miss their lifestyle and culture. The restaurant here serves excellent Western and Thai dishes.

    - In the sub district of Mae Korn, in close proximity to tourist attractions like White Temple and Khun Korn Waterfalls.

    Timings- From early morning till 5PM.

    Price – Approximately THB100 per bike per hour in case you are renting a bike.

    Top Things To Do in Boon Rawd's Singha Park

  • 153 Bang Pa-In Palace

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    Explore how kings and queens lived in Thailand by visiting Bang Pa-in Palace. The Palace is located just 60 kilometers north of Bangkok. Situated on the bank of Chao praya River, the temple is a refined reflection of an era that’s bygone. The palace is extensively built, with quite colorful architecture. It was formerly used by the Thai Kings.

    Highlights : The original complex was built in 1632 by King Prasat Thong. The palace’s use was discontinued over the years and therefore, it became overgrown in the 18thand 19thcentry. That’s when King Chulalongkorn decided to restore it. Now opened to visitors, the palace is sometimes used by King Bhumibol Adulyadej and his family for special occasions.

    This stunning palace features vast greenery, beautiful gardens and exquisite landscaping. The Royal Palace and Throne room have been inspired by Chinese styles, whereas the brightly painted lookout tower is another attraction at the palace.

    Location: An Len, Bang Pa-in District, Phra

    Top Things To Do in Bang Pa-In Palace

  • 154 Wat Yai Chai Mongkol

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    Located a few kilometers from the Ayutthaya island is the Wat Yai Chai Mongkol Temple, which will transport you to a bygone era. The place is a Buddhist temple, built extensively by King U-Thong. The king had constructed this temple to accommodate monks. The monastery here was named as Wat Pakaew.

    Highlights: The temple is popular for its later constructions as well, including Chedi or Pagoda that was built by the King Naresuan, the great. The large Chedi in the monastery was built for the purpose of unique architecture and later on, it was come to be known as Wat Yai Chiamongkhon.

     The Buddha image restored here is considered to belong to the 2508 BE, according to the publication of Wat. Here, there’s a Buddhist temple and the top has been designed extensively. The satellite stupas have structural formation and the place also has a hall meant for important religious ceremonies.

    Location: 3477 Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District

    Top Things To Do in Wat Yai Chai Mongkol

  • 155 Black Mountain Water Park

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    Black Mountain Water Park is one of the best places of entertainment and water activities in Hua Hin. The park is usually very less crowded and thus has no queues for rides as well, you can enjoy all the rides without any hassles and save your time too.

    The water park has all the amenities and facilities of a top notch water park. There are amazing slides, swimming pools, wave pools, a lazy river and many more things which you can enjoy at the water park with your friends and family.

    Location: 1, Khao Hin Lek Fai 2, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan 77110, Thailand

    Timings: The water park stays open from 10 in the morning to 6 in the evening on all days of the week.

    Price: The Price for adults is 600 Baht, for kids it is 300 baht and for very small kids, the entry is completely free.

  • 156 Khao Takiab

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    Khao Takiab is a small but lively village in Hua Hin which is also a great destination to spend holidays. There are many attractions in the place which is frequented by tourists around the world. The place has recently become more popular as a lot of people have discovered it and found it amazing. Even the nearby regions are very popular tourist attractions. The Khao Takiab mountain brings forth sensational panoramic views of the surrounding area. You’ll here get to hangout with a gang of monkeys.

    Generally, the Khao Takiab mountain assures incredibly scenic views. A simple stroll here will give you excellent views of the rural Thailand. When you take a quick walk along the Khao Takiab Bay, you can stop by for a quick lunch and admire the glistening ocean beauty here. The place is also a hit spot amongst the water sports and adventure enthusiasts as they can make the most of it here. A number of temples are also located within the area. One of the most prominent one here being the Wat Huaymongkol. It is a home to a statue of Luang Phor Thuad who is a much revered Buddhist monk. The Khao Takiab Beach is a great destination to relax on a summer afternoon. Since the beach offers large areas of open sand and shallow water levels, it is ideal for beach games and kids just love to spend time here. You can also visit various temples which Khao Takiab is famous for, they hold a lot of historical and cultural significance.

    Location: Khao Takiab is located at Hua Hin in Thailand.

    Timings: Open round the year.

    Price: Entry to the Khao Takiab is free of Price.

  • 157 Sai Yok National Park

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    Home to limestone mountains and cascading waterfalls is the Sai Yok National Park. The 958 square kilometer park has some of the rarest animals in the world. Named after the same waterfall, this beautiful place is known for its numerous sights.

    Highlights: The park can be explored independently or you can have tour guides. And while it is not naturally crowded, you can expect to see some people around. It is here that you can take long tail boat hire or go for riverside viewpoints. The smallest mammal in the world, hog-nosed bat can be seen here.

    You can also see bat-cave at this place or enjoy watching barking deer, water monitors, elephants, sambar deer and other animals. For staying, opt for park bungalows and a campground. There are several floating restaurants where you can enjoy delightful Thai meals.Location:Sai Yok National Park.

    Price: 300 Baht

    Top Things To Do in Sai Yok National Park

  • 158 Stroll the Streets of Pattaya

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    Walking Street is a red light district in the city of Pattaya, Thailand. It is a tourist attraction that draws foreigners and Thai nationals, primarily for the nightlife. The area includes seafood restaurants, live music venues, beer bars, discothèques, sports bars, go-go bars, and nightclubs. Walking Street is a carnival of shopping, eating and exhilarating nightlife that can't be beaten. From 7 pm to midnight and someTimingss till 2 am it is closed for any vehicles so you can safely walk and enjoy it.

    Highlights: There are a few places that can’t be missed while visiting Walking Street; Club Insomnia, FLB, GoodFellas, AngelWitch are few among many. 

    Top Things To Do in Stroll the Streets of Pattaya

  • 159 Simon Cabaret

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    Since its opening on October 18, 1991, Phuket Simon Cabaret has built up itself as a business sector pioneer of expert amusement venue. For sheer entertainment, the set outlines are exceptional supporting performers adorned in lavish outfits and glamorous artists. In this, rich and personal theatre with high-tech sound and lighting facilities along with special effects – the show is genuinely universal highlighting cutting edge and customary acts from around the world in English and option dialects. While the visitors come here in search of entertainment but often leave the theatre in a confused state as the show highlights a staggering musical floor show performed by the world renowned "ladyboys" of Simon Cabaret. The greatest "transvestite" supper club show to be discovered privately.

    Location: Phuket Simon Cabaret, 8 Sirirach Rd. Patong beach, Kathu, Phuket Thailand.

    Timings: Three show is held at 06:00 PM, 07:45 PM, 09:30 PM

    Price: The approximate price starts from 700 THB per adult and 500 TB per child (Maximum height for a child should be strictly 130 cm)

  • 160 Anek Kuson Sala

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    Anek Kuson Sala also known as Viharn Sien is an enticing Chinese temple turned museum with exclusive collection of Chinese artefacts. Here you will find some of the unique artefacts including terracotta figures of Buddha followers, arhats and other terracotta figurines of horses, sepulchres, chariots and soldiers. It also has umpteen numbers of paintings, sculptures and earthenware and bronze ware.

    There are many figurines of Chinese gods and a jade statue of Guanyin. Besides the famous artefacts, the structure is also admired for its beautiful architecture. The museum is located in the Wat Yansangwararam Temple complex, next to a splendid lake. Upon entering, you will see two stone Peking lions and other Chinese mythological figures.

    : 20 kilometers away from Pattaya City, the museum sits on the beautiful Wat Yansangwararam Temple complex next to the lake.

    Timing: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

    Price: Admission ticket is 50 Baht per person.

    Top Things To Do in Anek Kuson Sala

  • 161 Wat Phra Yai Temple

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    On the very top of Pratumnak Hill, between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach, you can’t fail to notice an enormous 18 metre tall Buddha popping up through the trees. This temple was built in the 1940s when
    Pattaya was nothing more than a fishing village. The Big Buddha is extremely popular with tour groups who love to see the intricate design of the statue and the temple complex, but it is also revered by local people who come to pray at the temple. Entry to the temple is free of cost.

    :  At the top of the hill you can take pictures near the many Buddha figures in different postures, which are representative of different days of the week. Before you get to the top of the hill
    your eye will catch hoards of vendors selling caged birds, a symbol in Thailand where you have set them free and gain good Karma.

    Location: Pratumnak Hill, Pattaya

  • 162 Sriracha Tiger Zoo

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    If you are an animal lover then this vacation, visiting sriracha tiger zoo, pattaya could be the best thing you could ever do to make your holidays exciting and wonderful. This zoo is known to have the largest number of Bengal tigers along with other several animals like ostriches, crocodiles, camels, kangaroos, as well as many exotic birds.

    : Pig Racing, Crocodile eggs breaking fest(May to August), Scorpion Queen, a lady with lots of venomous scorpions on her clothing, Crocodile wrestling show, Amazing circus. Having set up in a beautiful natural atmosphere, which is 30 km outside Pattaya, this is probably one of the best attraction of the Eastern Seaboard. 

  • 163 Chang Siam Park

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    It is must visit Chang Siam Park, located at the centre of the forest, in Pattaya to observe and interact with elephants in their natural habitat. If you are fascinated by the charming elephants and want to have an authentic experience among them, you will get this opportunity at Chang Siam.  Interact closely with elephants, learn to feed them and give them a bath and ride them. Here, you will not be a tourist taking a ride on an elephant, but you will be as a friend, learning to understand, interrelate and communicate with the elephants and experience the harmony between human, wildlife, and nature. You can also visit the adjoining zoo or take a hike through the forest to enjoy the waterfall.

    The Chang Siam Elephant Park is located just 20 minutes drive from Central Pattaya.

    One-day training and trekking price for one person is 1,800 Baht.

  • 164 Sukhothai Historical Park

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    Cosseted amongst lawns, lakes, and trees in the north central region of Thailand, Sukhothai National Park was the capital of the Sukhothai kingdom that was established in the year 1238. The central area is composed of 21 temples that are enclosed by a deep wide ditch that is filled with water. This was used as a structure to ward off attacks on the structures. The park is located at Sukhothai, Thailand.

    Highlights: Rent a bike and explore the ruins of this ancient city and the ruins at Sri Satchanalai Historic Park. It is composed of a total of 193 runs and is a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The park covers 70km and is demarcated into five main zones- each of which charges a separate entry fee of 100 Baht. The most convenient way to get around is on bicycles which can be hired locally.

    Getting there: Sukhothai Historical Park is located about 12km from the ‘new’ city. Hiring a tuk-tuk (motorised three-wheelers) or hopping on a songtaew (passenger-carrying trucks) is the best way to commute between the two sites. 

  • 165 Suwan Khiri Wong Temple (Patong Temple)

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    Situated at the bottom of a hilly road, that storms across Kathu and Phuket town, Suwan Khiri Wong Temple or Patong temple represents the entrance to Patong.

    Highlights: The area near by the Patong temple will remind you the fusion of the old and new Phuket. Inside the temple, you can witness the old Phuket, but as you come out, you can have the view of well - developed and brand new Phuket.  Surrounding the temple are the communities, older houses and local people. The Patong temple itself is a little haven of peace in the area with a bell tower, dining hall, monks’ quarters, etc. You can have the sight of the monks only in the early morning hours when they walk along the temple road to the older Patong.

    Location: Phuket.

    Top Things To Do in Suwan Khiri Wong Temple (Patong Temple)

  • 166 Underwater World Pattaya

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    One of the most beautiful attractions and tourist destinations of Pattaya is the Underwater World. It is Thailand’s first modern aquarium where the visitors can behold the brilliance of the undersea life. The Underwater World is a 100-metre long underwater tunnel, showcasing around 500 species of fishes. Visitors can either dive with the sharks & rays with the experienced divers or they can indulge in feeding the Kois with a milk bottle in the Koi pond.

    Highlights: The Underwater World also plays a prominent role in the marine conservation. Hence, to educate the common people about the same, frequent school visits and education programs are being developed by the Underwater World. 

    : 500 Baht for adults and 300 Baht for children.

  • 167 Amazon Fishing Park

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    Amazon Fishing Park is one of the finest sports fishing parks in the city. Amazon has lakes stocked with some of the biggest and most elusive fish; you would pay a premium to have this kind of experience in the wild. Fish including Alligator Gar Fish, Great White Sheatfish and Red-tail Mystus are all pulled out of the waters on a daily basis and offer a real challenge for even the most experienced angler.

    Location: Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Pattaya

    Highlights: The facilities are quite basic with nothing fancy but the staff at Amazon do all they can to make your day beautifully comfortable, from setting up your line to bringing you food and refreshments, you literally don’t have to lift a finger.

    : Opens from 8:00-20:00

    Price: 4,500 Baht for adults

  • 168 Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm

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    The Million Years Stone Park and Crocodile Farm has been designed to attract tourists with bonsai-type trees, fossilized trees, colorful flowers, stones, water, and so on. The crocodile show is performed several times a day in order to respond to the need of visitors coming to the farm at different times. Although its name indicates only crocodile farm, there is also other animals present inside the farm.Along the pavement, visitors can see the amazing form of giant stones, a plenty of flowers, and dwarf trees.

    Location:  Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand.

    : The major attraction of this destination is obviously the crocodile show where the staff wrestles and play with the crocodiles. The park also features a restraint and the adventurous can try a few crocodile delicacies that the restaurant is famous for.

    : Opens from 8:30 AM  -6:30 PM

    Price: 300 Baht

    Top Things To Do in Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm

  • 169 Brown Sugar

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    Following  1985,  Brown  Sugar  has  been  serving  Bangkok's  unrecorded  music  fans. Positioned as "one of the best bars of the world" by Newsweek (1997), Brown Sugar has never neglected to give everyone a decent time. Following 26 years of awesome administration, Brown Sugar has now moved from Sarasin Rd. to Phrasumen Rd. ­ a  greater  home. The  club  is  open  amid  the  day  as  an  eatery  and  café,  and  during  the evening for decent icy lagers with unrecorded music 7 days a week. Presently with a fresh out of the box new 200­seater space on its second floor to serve workmanship show, film screening, plays, verse perusing, private occasions/capacities, exhibitions and shows, and all other craftsmanship/music occasions past your creative ability.  The  month  to  month  "Cocoa  Sugar  Showcase"  hosts  live  exhibitions  of  International/visiting acts each and every Fri­ Sat of the month at the Play House. Expect  incredible music in the house, upstairs and ground floor.

    Location:  469 Phrasumen road, Bawornniwes, Near Wanchat Bridge, Near  Khaosan, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 05:00 PM – 02:00 AM

  • 170 Smalls Bar

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    Smalls is managed by David Jacobson, the organizer of Q Bar and also considered as a nightlife legend.The laidback, late­night bar is divided into three unsteady levels of an old corner townhouse where the proprietor's prized accumulation of modern  craftsmanship matches with a hands­off way to deal with restoration. Smalls has a tendency to be non­business, with an emphasis on jazz and world music, instead of the standard hip­jump, house and techno heard in numerous Bangkok clubs. 
    Once in a while Smalls has live soul or jazz troupes, yet what is by all accounts working best for the club, in this way, are periodic visits by varied DJs such as club veteran Justin Mills.

    Location: Smalls, 186/3 SuanphluSoi 1, Bangkok, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 07:00 PM­ 02:00 AM

  • 171 Cloud 47 (Bar)

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    Cloud 47 is the most recent expansion to Bangkok's amazing rooftop race. Situated at the highest point of the United Center office tower, Cloud 47 is entirely not quite the  same as whatever other housetop you may have known about or visited recently. Generally it's all opulent and marvelous, with beverage cost list as high as the building and servers straight out of the motion picture cosmetics room, yet here costs are  shockingly inviting, environment is easygoing and a lager costs close to 160 baht. On the left, the Chao Phraya River is somewhat far yet obvious and, standing only alongside United Center, the immense glass structures of Sathorn Road offer a panoramic view of Bangkok that could cope with any city ­escape. On the other side is  the delightful Lumpini Park and the well­known shopping locale of Siam. In all headings roads are lit with neon signs and the spilling taillights of autos, making an awesome  postcard picture perfect for picture takers.

    Location: Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

    Timings: Every day from 05:00 PM – 01:00 AM

  • 172 Funky Villa

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    Constantly featuring amongst the list of best nightclubs in Bangkok, the Funky Villa follows up to its reputation with stunning interiors, apt location and excellent DJs. It sites  itself on Thong Lor Soi 10 and is right next to the Demo nightclub. This reputed  nightclub is amongst the top draws for the residents of Hi So crowd and reminds one of  the fascinations of the hills of Southern California. The lounge area has an adequate amount of seating, although the popularity necessitates that you book your tables in advance. There is also a sectioned off VIP area which has great views of the stage. The music is a varied range of Thai artists playing local music and other live acts. It also has other live entertainment and an MC as well as a DJ spinning Hip Hop tunes. 

    Location: Thong Lor Soi 10, Bangkok

    Highlights: State of the art place with highly rated user reviews.

  • 173 Brick Bar

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    Located in Khao San Road, Brick Bar is one of the charming live music bars which entertain the visitors with fascinating performance of the house bands almost every night. The theme of the bar is kept quite medieval with wooden tables and stools arranged in a symmetrical pattern. The benches are such placed so that it forms an ideal space for friendly chat and group partying. The best music played here includes bouncy pop, mix of ska and bit of Thai indie. This place is more common with the Thai visitors though occasionally one can find foreigners coming in to explore. The music throbs and vibes with uncontrollable energy as the night grows one can find people dancing, enjoying, cheering on the tables and grooving to the beats of the live house band. Entry fee is around 200 Baht on weekends.

    : 265 Khao San Road, downstairs at rear of Buddy Lodge complex

    : 18:00pm to 2:00am

  • 174 Ztudio Live Hall

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    Another popular name in the famous party joint of Bangkok, RCV is the Ztudio Live Hall which has been opened recently on August 2015, but has significantly made a mark in the hearts of the locals. The main focus of the club is EDM, though popular International DJ can be often seen highlighting the evening show. The club is quite spacious with proper sound system, LED display and a spacious DJ booth. There’s plenty of dance floor but for those who are interested in only music can have a drink and enjoy the party at the standing table just like the specified Thai joints. TGIF nights are quite popular here and it remains quite crowded especially with local clubbers. Rama 9 is the closest MRT to the hall about 10 minutes away.

    Location: RCAvenue Near Rama 9 MRT, Bangkok

  • 175 Ratri Jazztaurant: Jazz Music

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    Overlooking Kata Beach, Ratri jazztaurant is one of the trendiest and funkiest locations to spend some quality time. With enlightening and foot tapping, soul felt live jazz music warm ambiance, excellent furnishings with touches of Malaysian and Thai culture; this is an excellent location to enjoy fine dining and good entertainment. The place is quite casually decorated but the real charm is the hill side vistas that make it so warm and romantic. The Italian bar and grill provides the ever popular Italian bistro dishes with excellent taste that stays on the mind for long. It has also splendid drinks to compliment the cuisine.

    : Live jazz music

    Location: Patak Road, Kata Phuket

    Price: 145Baht to 345 Baht approximately Timings: 6pm to midnight.

  • 176 Panwa Beach

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    Those who love the beaches just for its beauty and tranquillity will find Panwa Beach a safe retreat from other noisy beaches of Phuket. Covering the west coast of Cape Panwa, this beach is just five miles away from Phuket town. The beach is yet unexplored and is only visited by those who are looking to find peace and natural surroundings. The water here is shallow and not apt for swimming, however, you can take an early morning stroll or spend a lazy afternoon under the shades, enjoying the food and drink from nearby beach restaurants. Stay at one of the beautiful resorts or visit to the nearby attractions of Panwa View Point and Panwa Aquarium.

    : Ideal to spend lazy day in a tropical environment. Drive to Panwa View Point for a panoramic view of the area and islands and visit the Panwa Aquarium to watch beautiful sea life.

  • 177 Ao Sane Beach

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    Located at the southwest coast, the little Ao Sane Beach is a perfect location away from the crowded beaches of Phuket. This idyllic beach is perfect to spend cosy time under the shades of trees. Just rent the beach chairs and spend time talking and laughing with family, reading, or simply being. For adventure lovers, there are diving and snorkelling opportunity in this beautiful beach. There are small wooden bungalows on rent which gives the beautiful view of this exotic beach and feel of the sultry tropical environment. The only restaurant in the beach serves you delicious yet cheap cuisine.

    : A great secluded beach popular among returning travellers provide a tranquil and serene environment away from the hubbub of crowded beaches. An ideal spot for diving and snorkelling, however, you will have to bring your own mask and fins. Enjoy fine dining at Le Royal Meridien Phuket Yacht Club.

  • 178 Discotheque Endorphin

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    If you are a discotheque lover and want to enjoy nightlife in Pattaya in its fullest form, you should visit Discotheque Endorphin. This is one of the premium nightclubs in Pattaya and has been designed by the European brand of Endorphin, which has been the mastermind of many awesome casinos in the US and UK.

    Highlights – The lights are constantly changing in this night club and you get to enjoy the best DJs in town here. Also, the sound system in Discotheque Endorphin is the best that you can find in Pattaya as the audio system here uses more than 100000 watts of power. There are 3 spacious dance floors here and shows performed by internationally renowned artists during certain seasons.

    Location – Walking Street, No. 139/15. Like all other bars, this is also open all through the night.

    Price – Around THB500 for a pack of 6 beers.

  • 179 808 Nightclub

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    When there are so many nightclubs around, it is difficult to make a mark. However, 808 Night club has made a mark for itself in the Pattaya nightlife industry, by staying true to its tagline, “first class clubbing”. The club is home to performances from internationally acclaimed DJs and there is never a dull moment here as the party goes on all through the night. The club provides excellent and non-stop music and drinks for its guests.

    Highlights – The dancing areas are designed stepwise so that people find it comfortable to enjoy among their own groups. Also, there are 3 bars here at strategic locations, so that guests don’t have to hunt or stand in a long queue for getting their drinks.

    – Situated right above the nightclub of Candy shop (both are managed by the same group), right in the beginning of Walking Street.

    Price – Around THB100 to THB125 per beer.

  • 180 Maetaman Elephant Camp

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    Located at a distance of less than an hour from Chiang Mai this camp is located in forested environment. With a total strength of 60 elephants these elephants are owned by mahouts who are experienced professionals training the animals. The visitors here can enjoy exclusive time with the gentle giants and spend quality time helping with their daily activities. Even the baby elephants are a joy to see, feed and bath. There are opportunities to take bare back elephant ride and enjoy interacting with them. The environment here is very good and clean and all the elephants are well maintained and properly taken care of. Apart from the usual interaction elephant show, ox cart rides and bamboo rafting are premier attractions. There is opportunity here to purchase real elephant paintings as a souvenir.

    : Rim Tai, Mae Rim, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    : 7:00am to 4:00pm

  • 181 Thai Elephant Conservation Centre

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    The government owned Thai Elephant Conservation Centre was established in 1993 and from then it has been a pioneer attraction and a prominent tourist destination for all visitors. Having a strength of nearly 50 gigantic mammals, this camp entertains the visitors with an opportunity to experience being up close with the elephants and help them feed, bathe and play. The employees here are well trained and can share immense knowledge about these animals, their conservation process and environmental protection. The animals here stay in private stables where they do their daily chores. The most entertaining part is watching these elephants play musical instruments or paint which is truly outstanding. The conservation centre is about 70kms from Chiang Mai and closes by 3:30pm as the animals then retire for rest in the jungle.

    : 28-29 Lampang-Chiang Mai Highway, Thailand

    Timings: Till 3:30pm daily

    Price: Admission: 200Baht and Training: 3500Baht

  • 182 Kat Rin Kham Night Bazaar

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    Kat Rin Kham Night Market is in Chiang Mai. It is a lesser known market as compared to the other night markets in this area and is most popular amongst students. They have a perfect mix of everything that comes to your mind, ranging from food stalls, clothes shops, plastic shops, tattoo studios, salons, home décor stores etc.

    Highlights: Famous among young adults and students, this market remains open from 6 PM till midnight. It is a really busy market and has amazing food to offer. You get great stuff at really cheap prices and also can bargain for an even more discount. It has a few craft stores as well, which is loved by the people.

    Location: Right across the main entrance of Chiang Mai University, Huay Kaew road, Chian Mai.

    Price: Experience the night bazaar for free. Pay for the stuffs and services you buy. 

  • 183 Yung Island or Mosquito Island

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    One of the remotest parts of Phi Phi islands, Mosquito Island is one of the isolated islands which consist of a limestone cliff rock which is around 700 meters in height. The island is divided into two small beaches and both the beaches remain filled with mosquitoes during sunset and hence the name.

    Beautiful white sandy beaches and soft corals enhance the beauty of the island. 
    Swimming is not suggested here as blacktip sharks are common in the northern cove. Snorkelling is done on the southeastern shores whereas diving is done best on the northeastern tip

    Highlights: Mosquito Pinnacle about a km north west of Mosquito Island

  • 184 Si Bo Ya Island

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    Being an ideal getaway from the hustle of city life, Si Bo Ya Island is one of the famous islands near Krabi. Being essentially an abode of the island fisherman, many tourists come here to learn more about the culture, facility, living conditions of these fishermen.

    The island is close to both Jum Island and Pu Island. White beech, blue waters, some rocky terrains and an excellent relaxing ambience make this island so popular near Krabi. The long stretched beaches are ideal for a sand walk with friends and loved ones.

    Swimming is not an advisable sport here since the water is quite cloudy but however one can obviously enjoy activities like Sea Canoeing & Kayaking, Cycling & Mountain Biking. The sunset from the beach is the most awe-striking beauty of the island.

    : Southern coast of Krabi province

  • 185 Ko Lao Liang Beach

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    If you thought that all of Thailand’s finest islands had been ruined by mismanaged development, Ko Lao Liang will prove you wrong. A little-known remedy for travellers seeking breathtaking Andaman Sea 
    scenery without the crowds, the isolated pair of islands doesn’t even register among Trang province’s more popular destinations. Part of Mu Ko Phetra National Park, Ko Lao Liang’s two islands stand side-by- side some 40 kilometers west of the mainland. All facilities are set up on the southern island, Ko Lao Liang Nong, or “Little Brother Island.” Sporting sunrise views to Ko Sukorn, almost-white-sand beach touches clear teal water that blends into deep emerald and azure blue as you reach the hard coral.

    Activities: Rock climbing, Kayaking and snorkeling are famous activities on this beach. 

    Location: Hat Samran District

  • 186 Maya Bay, Koh Phi Phi Ley

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    Maya Bay is most famously known for its feature in the famous movie starring Leonardo Di Caprio where they escape to a “Paradise-like Island”, Paradise it definitely is. Surrounded by crystal blue-green waters and hidden behind three towering cliffs this is a beach that one has to visit. Due to its popularity, it’s always crowded with hoards of day trippers. 

    Activities: Snorkeling and diving are excellent throughout the bay, large underwater boulders are encrusted with coral and brightly coloured fish are numerous. Visibility is excellent. Sea kayaking is also popular. Kayaking tour boats come into the bay and moor while letting clients explore.

    Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit Maya Bay is between November and April during the high season when seas are calm and access to the bay is easy. Rough seas from May to October may hinder access but rarely deny entry.

    Price: There is a national park entry fee of 200 Baht.

  • 187 Don-Rak War Cemetery

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    Also known as Kanchanaburi War Cemetry, Don-Rak is a main prisoner of war cemetery that’s designed for the victims of Japanese imprisonment who died while building the Burma Railway. The place is maintained by Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

     Highlights: The place is a tribute to the men who were forced to work at the Hellfire place and were prompted to do things even when they were in emaciated conditions. Consequently, a number of them died due to different kinds of illnesses. The place has 1896 Dutch War Graves, 11 graves from India and over 6980 Prisoners of wars have been buried at this place.

    This mostly includes British, Australian and Dutch people. Across the side road, one can find the Thailand Burma Railway museum, which is dedicated to these people, these prisoners who had built it. The memorial cites the names of different prisoners so that people can keep them alive in their hearts.

    Location: Kanchanaburi

  • 188 Wat Chalong

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    Wat Chalong is one of the most beautiful and dominant Buddhist temples, known for attracted travellers from all over the world. While for the local population, this temple is a noteworthy centre of worship while for foreign visitors Wat Chalong is a source to know and learn more about this beautiful religion – Buddhism. Poh Than Jo Wat is an impressive and colossal Buddhist statues located in the old hall of the temple. Another fun fact about this place is that the temple also boasts a statue of an elderly gentleman called Ta Khee- lek who won a famous local Thai who won numerous lotteries after consulting Poh Than Jo Wat statue. Apart from the grandeur visitors also enjoy the stunning display of around a dozen small shops selling all kinds of souvenirs and visitor’s stuff.

    Location: Phuket, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket, Thailand

    Things to keep in mind : Owing to the sacredness of this place it is advisable to maintain a standard decorum while inside: do not position themselves higher than the Buddha image and be considerate towards your dressing. Avoid short dresses, sleeveless and other revealing clothes.

    Timings : The temple is open 24 hours every day.

  • 189 Doi Tung

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    A wonderful royal villa located in Chiang Rai, the Doi Tung palace, is one of the major landscapes in the quiet island. The simple yet elegant interiors of the palace are a pure blend of magnificent Swiss and Lanna architectural styles. This was the residence of Late Princess Mother, who contributed immensely for uplifting the living conditions of the tribal people in this area.

    Highlights – The elegant interiors of the palace are made from recycled wood, thrown away teak trees and pine trees. Do not miss the excellent wood work of constellation on the ceilings in the interiors of the palace. This depicts the star positions when the Princess Mother was born.

    – Located in the Mae Fah Lung District, where sprawling and scenic gardens surround the palace.

    Timings – The Royal Villa is open from 8AM to 5PM whereas the gardens are open from 7AM to 6PM.

     Entry fee – THB80 each for the villa and gardens (per person).

  • 190 Doi Inthanon National Park

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    This place is a must-visit for adventure lovers. The park forms part of the Doi Inthanon mountain range, a part of the mighty Himalayas. There are many small and big peaks here with heights of about 865m to 2565m above sea level. Doi Intahnon is the tallest mountain in Thailand.

    Location – Chom Thong District.

    Highlights – The view from here is absolutely stunning. Take a trek through to the peaks, enjoy the early morning sunrise, waterfalls and don’t miss the Siamese sakura flowers in full bloom during the months of December & January. Main camp site, the tall summit, Two huge stupas (Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon & Nophamethanidon), Kaew Mae Pan Nature Trails, Bird-watching, large number of waterfalls and Brichinda Cave are the major highlights.

    50 THB per person and 20 THB per child for the locals; 300 THB and 150 THB per child for foreigners

  • 191 Chalong Bay Rum Distillery

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    Chalong Bay rum distillery is the brainchild of two French citizens who sought to create a hand- crafted rum distilled from fermented local Thai sugarcane. It is the only rum distillery in Thailand not associated with the vastly dominant distilleries. The production process miraculously combines the traditions of Thai and French techniques — this can be checked out by a visit to the factory. During such visit, you will not only learn some of the secrets of rum production but will be invited to taste the spirit and a variety of cocktails it is added to.

    Location: Located near TambonChalong in AmphurMuang

    Timings: Opens between Mondays to Saturdays from 9 AM to 6 PM.

  • 192 Phrompthep cape

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    A visit to Phuket won’t be complete without visiting the most photographed destination, Phrompthep Cape. Sweeping through either the Rawai beach or the Naiharn beach several cars and tour buses reach the southernmost part of the hill where at the top, parking the cars loads of tourist and locals set forward to enjoy the fascinating natural show, the sunset. It also has a lighthouse which provides excellent views of the east and south-east part of the island. 

    Highlights: Apart from this spectacular views of Phi Phi Islands, Koi Racha Yai and Koi Racha Noi can also be enjoyed from here. Along with enjoying the view one can cherish dining at the popular Phromthep Cape restaurant. The scenic beauty from here is awesome and  the food is quite delicious and reasonably priced too. 

    Location: Nai Harn- Rawai

  • 193 Ayutthaya Historical Park

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    Take a break and rest on the island framed by three significant rivers Chao Phraya, Lopburi and Pasak, the historic temples, palaces and remaining architectures of the ancient kingdom of Ayutthaya are one of Thailand’s most precious historical sites. The 715-acre area has been listed the UNESCO World Heritage site since 1991 as it portrays the heydays of one of the largest kingdoms in Indochina history.

    : Visit Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Mongkhon Bophit, Wat Na Phra Meru, Wat Thammikarat, Wat Ratburana and Wat Phra Mahathat temples, all of which can be easily visited on foot.

    Getting There: Ayutthaya Historical Park is located 85 km from Bangkok.

  • 194 Madame Tussauds

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    Madame Tussauds in Bangkok offers you the chance to brush shoulders with your favorite Hollywood stars, local celebrities, sports heroes and heroines, even heads of state. Madame Tussauds has opened its 10th attraction in Bangkok, with a revolutionary concept – the wax museum with exhibits you can touch, hug, play with and even kiss. Pose with the U.S. President and the First Lady in the Oval Office, play basketball with the NBA star Yao Ming or give Leonardo DiCaprio an air-kiss (or real kiss). Waltz down the red carpet and join the party of the Hollywood A-List, including George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie, to name just a few. A day out at Madame Tussauds wax museum is unlike any other you have experienced before.

    Timings: Opens daily from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM

    Price: The approximate price for an adult is 600 Baht and for a child is 500 Baht. 

  • 195 Sugar Club Bangkok

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    As of today Sukhumvit Soi 11 is regarded as the party capital of Bangkok. Sugar Club is the latest nightclub on the scene to get in the act.

    Sugar Club Bangkok has a state of the art sound system. The nightclub is dedicated to bring back some of the most renowned bands and hip hop clubbing to the masses. You will find some international DJs guesting here and spinning the tunes for you all to shake a leg. The party club also has some extraordinary deals such as Ladies Nights for all the beautiful laddies and weekend specials where you get 5 drinks for 500 baht.

    Location: Sugar Club Bangkok is located at 37 Soi Sukhumvit 1/1, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand.

    Timings: Sugar Club Bangkok remains open from 11:00 PM to 2:00 AM from Monday to Saturday. On the Sunday, the club is shut early at around 12:00 AM.

    Price: For girls the entry fee is 200 Baht and for the guys it is 300 Baht with one free drink for each.

  • 196 Skytrain Jazz Pub

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    Skytrain Jazz Club is a tense distinct option for Bangkok's cleaned housetop bars. With an  area  in  close  proximity  to  Victory  Monument,  this  exceptionally  Thai  housetop  restaurant  and  eatery  is  for  the  most  part  neglected  by  tourism.  The nourishment  is bona fide Thai and a lot of warmth. The fifth floor galleries of Skytrain Jazz Club sits close to theskytrain lines with views of  passing trains gleaming under the bright lit city. The graffiti passageway and stairways add to the restaurant’s chic urban setting. There is no lift so gear up for a brisk walk, so as to avoid bumping with the rest of the happy folks.


    Location: 46 Rang Nam Alley, ThanonPhaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok

    Timings: every day from 05:00 PM – 02:00 AM

  • 197 Beer Bars

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    Beer Bars are one of the longest standing landmarks of the Pattaya nightlife. If you are a bachelor and have been to Pattaya, you would definitely know what they are. As the name indicates these are small bars that are found all over Pattaya selling cheap beers to attract guests and visitors. There is more than just cheap beer to these bars. There are pretty girls too and you must be careful what you expect from them, because you have to pay the bills for your wishes.

    Highlights – These bars are characteristic of their pink neon lights that flash right from midday onwards.

    Location –All over Pattaya and especially areas around Walking Street, Second Road, Beach Road and Sois 6,7 and 8.

    Price – You can get a huge supply of beers here and one beer costs around THB50 especially during the early evening hours.

  • 198 Baccara A-Go-Go

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    This is one of the swanky bars in Pattaya and guarantees you unlimited entertainment as it has the largest number of girls when compared to other bars on Walking Street. The interiors are stylish and the music flows non-stop, giving you a great deal of excitement. The girls who perform various dances and serve you drinks are very friendly and keep on changing, thereby giving you a lot of variety.

    Highlights – There are two floors – ground-floor being the common area where guests get to witness exciting performances form girls and an upper floor which is more private and where girls offer private services. The highlight is the glass floor on this upper floor that offers a free view of the happenings going on upstairs.

    – You can find this nicely sandwiched between Soi Diamond and Soi BJ on Walking Street.

    Price – On an average of THB7-to THB100 per beer in addition to ladies drinks which come to around THB 100 per beer.

  • 199 The Pier Disco Club

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    This is one of the best places to party all night in Pattaya with friends and family. If you love electronic music, you will never regret your decision of coming here. The place is quite spacious with standard interiors. There are balconies where you can enjoy your drinks as you watch the performances of live bands, DJs and beautiful Thai women that happen across the 6 stages here.

    Highlights – The laser show in this night club is the best you will see on Walking Street. Customer service is excellent here and the prices are affordable; hence the place has been regarded as one of the top 5 nightclubs in Pattaya.

    – Right at the centre of Walking Street.

    Price – Around THB100 per beer; however if you buy a drink for one of the Thai women here, it might cost you around THB200 per beer.

  • 200 FFlic Cliff & Pool Club

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    FFlic Cliff & Pool Club is one of those restaurants that provides you great food, greater ambience, enjoyable experience and a stronger desire to come back. Enjoy your dinner by the pool right in the heart of Pattaya city. This is considered to be one of the best places in Pattaya if you want to enjoy pool parties.

    Highlights - Located atop a cliff by the Cosy Beach, this place offers various options where you can enjoy your drinks. There is a swim-up bar, a large bar and a mini bar where you get bottled beverages at affordable rates. There is enough parking facility for guests here. For its great quality of food and drinks and highly hospitable staff, this place has earned the reputation of guests within a short span of time.

    – Phratamnak Hill.

    Price – Around THB100 per beer and minimum of THB200 for food.

  • 201 Elephant Life Experience

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    The only name that pops up in mind, while speaking about boutique elephant camp in Thailand is E.L.E or better known as Elephant Life Experience. The beautiful place provides an opportunity to all its visitors to come close to elephants and spend quality time with them. They can share their daily routine where the visitors can better interact under the expert guidance of the trainers. The camp has beautiful natural setting with cascading river flowing close by.


    The environment is peaceful and harmonious to match the temperament of the gentle giants. There are lodges for comfortable accommodation where all necessary facilities are available. It’s a romantic gateway where the vacation can truly turn special in the midst of natural beauty.

    Location: Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

  • 202 Jumbo Elephant Camp

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    Jumbo Elephant Camp is known for the authentic elephant experience in Thailand. Located in Elephant Valley about 40kms from Chiang Mai, this is a beautiful camp established in 1999. A perfect location for trekking and rafting one can have excellent elephant experience in this camp interacting with them in every way. The daily routine of the elephants are being shared with the visitor where each visitor is allotted a single elephant.


    The trainers are experienced mahouts sharing their knowledge about elephants from ancient times. The expert trainers help in river rafting, bamboo rafting, swimming in the waterfalls and experiencing the local wilderness. One can stay at Pagoda Inn at the heart of the city with all necessary amenities.

    Location: Chang Moi Soi, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand

  • 203 Mae Ping Elephant Village

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    One of the main attractions of Chiang Mai is the multiple elephant camps and training schools spread across the location. This is all the more since elephants consisted of an integral part of Thailand rich and royal culture. However among all these camps the Mae Ping Elephant Village comprises of special importance because here the camp thrives to take care of the former working elephants and most of them have real mahouts or trainers who are professionals and knows how to take care of these gigantic animals. Moreover its a real training camp and not just set for the tourists.

    One can enjoy good interaction with the elephants in presence of the trainers like feeding and bathing them. Also the elephants put a great painting show to entertain visitors.

    Location: 60km north of Chiang Mai

  • 204 Patara Elephant Farm

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    One of the excellent family outings can be scheduled at Patara Elephant Farm where the exclusive Elephant Care Program includes interaction with the wonderful elephants and getting to know more about this gigantic mammal. The training and interaction session includes health check up og elephants, taking care of the pregnant female elephants, walking with them, feeding them, making them drink water and accompanying them in their bathe time. A bare back ride on these elephants is equally entertaining and quite adventurous. Special time is allotted for baby elephants where one gets to play, feed and bathe with them. There is both half a day and full day program package in these elephant farm.

    : Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Timing: 8am-5:30pm

  • 205 The Night Bazaar

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    Based on the eastern side of the old walled city, on the Chang Khlan Road, The Night Bazaar is one of the preferred destinations for the shopping lovers. During the day hours the place remains filled with shops, restaurant, snacks eateries, pizza outlets and shopping arcade but all this only fails to match the charm that the Night Bazaar produces in the same location. One can find here goods of all kinds be it clothing, electronic items, accessories, shoes, household items and many others. The key skills for shopping here is bargaining so for the best deal bargain more. About 20 to 30 percent reduction in the prices asked should be made for good deal. There is availability of both branded and local goods.

    Open on
    : Monday to Sunday, from dusk to Midnight

    Highlights: Daddy’s Pizza and Steakhouse Restaurant serving Chinese food.

    Location: Chang Khlan Road, Thailand

  • 206 Mor Island

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    Based close to Chicken Islands, Mor Island or Koh Mor is a small island in the Andaman Sea in Thailand. Powder coated sun-kissed beaches and exceptional scenic beauty is the prime attraction in this small yet beautiful island. The cascading blue waters and lovely fishes floating near the beaches also incur an equal amount of interest among the travellers.

    Though the island is not very crowded the serene beauty is worth a visit. For the adventure seekers also this serves to be an excellent location to try out sports like snorkelling and swimming. The island remains easily accessible by boat rides and there are plenty of rides available through long tail boats from various prominent islands and Krabi town.

    : Sandbar that emerges from water during low tide connecting Chicken Island

    Location: 30 mins longtail boat ride from the west coast of Krabi.

  • 207 Phra Nang Beach

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    Phra Nang beach is part of a small peninsula located between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang beach. Phra Nang beach is also beside Railay beach which is accessible only by boat due to the high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access.

    There is the famous "Princess Cave" or Tham Phra Nang Nok in Phra Nang beach. It is believed by local fishermen to be the home of a mythical sea princess. 

    Activities: Phra Nang beach is so spectacular that you can just lie there and soak in the sun. If you are adventurous it is possible to hike to the top of the headland to get spectacular views of the entire area. Swimming and snorkeling can also be enjoyed off this pristine, white sandy beach.

    Known For: There is shrine built inside the limestone cave which is dedicated to an ancient fertility goddess. Inside the limestone cave is a collection of strange phallic symbols, offerings and objects believed to help with fertility. Local fishermen still leave offerings although it's now becoming a local tourist attraction.

  • 208 Koh Racha

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    The Racha or Raya islands, some 12 km south of Phuket, are best known as an excellent diving and snorkelling day trip destinations. RachaYai, however, is quickly developing into a place to stay on for a while with a number of bungalow and resort operations springing up in recent years.

    Things to Do: The water here is clear and perfect for snorkelling, though the bay gets quite busy with visiting boats in the afternoons. The other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where the visitors can bask in the tropical forest.

    Getting There:Long-tail and speedboat transfer is the easiest way to travel from Chalong Pier or Rawai, and the trip takes from 45 minutes to more than an hour depending on the boat.

  • 209 Koh Hai

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    Encircled by coral and clear waters, densely forested KoHai is the most developed of the Trang Islands. The long blonde windswept beach on the eastern coast spills into tranquil waters with a sandy bottom. With no indigenous population, a bunch of attractive resorts has the whole island to themselves.

    Things to Do: The Island offers an endless supply of diving and snorkelling activities and leisurely resorts.

    Getting There:Long-tail and speedboat transfers is the easiest way to travel to the island.

  • 210 Ko Phi Phi

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    Ko Phi Phi, a small archipelago of six islands is the most beautiful and widely popular tourist destination in Andaman. A beautiful bondage of two islands together by a narrow isthmus is something that makes this place this pretty.

    The postcard picture-perfect beaches, unending thickets and craggy cliffs of this island have been known for seducing people from all over the world. Often visitors find it a herculean task to detach themselves from the just flawless beauty that this place offers.

    Things to Do: While in Phi Phi Islands, you just cannot miss the viewpoint which is around 186m above sea level and allures you with the breathtaking views of the entire region. Relax and unwind yourself at Lane Beach, take a leisure walk in Yao Beach and enjoy some spectacular views at Hin Kho Beach.

    Getting There: The best possible way to reach Ko Phi Phi islands is by a ferry from Phuket, Ao Nag, RaiLeh, Krabi Town, KoLAnta s per the nearest location. Tonsai Pier is the island’s main pier and supports good frequency of boats from all the mentioned places.

  • 211 Ko Chang Waterfall Island

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    Ko Chang is the third largest island in Thailand, another remarkable feature about this island is that this place is home to Mu Ko Chang National Park which comprises of around 40 islands. Well, if you are done with island hopping then take a break and head to waterfall hopping.Thailand is also home to some of the most beautiful and hidden waterfalls, Ko Chang, is one unique destination that offers you ample beach time as well as varied trekking options that ill keep you elated throughout your trip.

    Things to Do: Get ready to transform into an explorer, begin your trekking expedition to KlongNonsi Waterfall, one of the most beautiful islands that will mesmerize you with stunning views. Post this, you can head towards mangrove forests via traditional Thai boat – enjoy the serenity prevailing in this place while navigating through still waters. Adventure seekers can opt for snorkeling spree in the neighboring small and large islands.

    Getting There: Ko Chang is just 5-hour drive away from Bangkok, the most economical way is to board a bus that will take you to LaemNgop, the stop for Ko Chang ferry piers

  • 212 White Sands of Turtle Island

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    Ko Tao or Turtle Island has gained its latter name owing to its resemblance to a turtle nose-diving towards neighboring island of KoPhaNgan. This easily accessible island is much more laid back and is known for providing a completely soothing experience to all its guests as compared to neighboring islands. The powdery white sand touching the azure waters of the beach and the beautiful lining of the coconut trees are certain ingredients that make this place a perfect vacation destination.

    Things to Do: Apart from all the pristine beauty there are two specific elements that make this island all the more popular – coral reefs and colorful fish. While here, get ready to explore these stunning beauties by embarking on a thrilling snorkeling trip. At some specific intervals,it is even possible to feed the fish – get ready to dazzle yourself while feeding these diversifies school of fishes.

    Getting There: Ko Tao Island is easily accessible via ferry from both KoSamui and KoPhaNgan. You can even opt for an overnight bus journey from Bangkok to Chumphon which will then be connected via boat ride to Ko Tao

  • 213 Secret Islands and Snorkeling Lagoons

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    Hidden in an inland sea south of Thailand, Ko Yao Yai is an idyllic spot for travelers who like maintaining a distance from crowded beaches and bustling tourists. Embraced by desolate rocky islands perching from the water – this stunning island has a fictional aura attached to it that makes Ko Yao Yai all the more enticing. The mysterious caves and hidden bays further enhance the interest.

    Things to Do: Ko Yao Yai is best known for its snorkeling adventure. The crystal clear waters provide visitors with an amphitheater views of the stunning aquatic life. However, for this ravishing adventure, you will be required to set off in a long tail boat for Ko Hang – an island comprising of two stunning white beaches and a beautiful lagoon. Embark on this stunning snorkeling adventure in the deep turquoise waters of this island.

    Getting There: Your journey to Ko Yao Yai begins from Phuket or Krabi, hop onto a ferry that will take you to this paradise. Enthrall in the beauty of the stunning limestone rock faces that emerge from the water during this one and half hour boat ride.

  • 214 The Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum

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    World War had caused such enormous destruction around the world. And Thailand wasn’t spared as well. One of the areas include Hellfire Pass, which is the name of railway cutting on former Death Railway or Burma Railway.

    The place was built through forced labor during the World War II. The pass is called Hellfire pass because of the sight of emaciated prisoners who worked endlessly to build the pass.

    Highlights: The highlight is the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum, which is designed to pay tribute to those who lost their lives and worked forcibly for the construction of pass. The museum concept had its origins when former prisoner of War Tom Morris convinced that the Australian Government that the section should be preserved as a historical site.

    Today, that place is run by the Australian government and one can walk through the railway track, listen to audio tour and see the world through eyes of a war.

    Location: Hellfire Pass

  • 215 Phuket Thaihua Museum

    Based in Krabi Road of Phuket, the Thai Hua Museum is on the popular sightseeing destinations in the city. Based in artistically brilliant sino-colonial mansion the Museum is well preserved and forms a primary place to visit in Phuket. The building was previously dedicated to a Chinese school but in 2008, it went through a major renovation and in the same year the museum started. Majorly art exhibitions are held in this location whereas the hall room is used during annual Phuket Old Town Festival.

    Built in 20th century, the building has several rooms which all are dedicated to the display of history of Phuket. Images and token of early prominent influential families of Phuket who came from China can also be found here. For all who wishes to know about the origin of the town and its prosperity down the years can visit the Museum for better knowledge.

    Location: 28, Krabi Road, Phuket

    Timings: 9:00am to 17:00pm, Open on all days. 

  • 216 Kalare Night Market

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    Based towards the end of Night Bazaar, this is one of the prominent markets of Thailand, though the same remains much less crowded. It is much less hectic and it holds a host of shops like artistic studios, garment shops, Jewellery stores, accessories, shoes, gift items and souvenirs. This is almost like an undercover arcade where there are various shops and food court supporting coupon dinning. Here one can find foods of all kinds and can enjoy delicious cuisine of almost all continents. Other attractions here include Thai dance performances which changes every week and puppet shoe which is quite popular among the young crowd. The Warorot Market at a distance of 2 minutes from Kalare Night Market is famous for fresh vegetables and meat.

    Open on
    : Mon to Sunday, from 7pm to Midnight

    Highlights: Have a sketch of own by talented sketch artists

    Location: Chang Khlan Road, Thailand

  • 217 Wat Chaiwatthanaram

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    A stunning Buddhist temple, Wat Chaiwatthanaram is the place to visit if you are interested in learning more about the historical cultural of Thailand. The wonderfully designed temple has architectural influences from both Hinduism and Buddhism, featuring detailed edifices, towers and extensive carvings.

    Highlights: The place is a part of Ayutthaya Historical Park. Although, it is not a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is certainly known for its extensive detailing. Constructed by King Prasat Thong, this is the temple that depicts long reign and a glorious era. Designed in Khmer style of the 17thcentury, the place has a high prang or tower, with four smaller towers.

    The rectangular platform used construction has hidden entrances with steep stairs that lead to the top. There’s an ordination hall in the two with chedis. Large sitting Buddha statues dominate the overall construction. The royal temple was used for performing religious ceremonies.

    Location: Ayutthaya Historical Park

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