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Tourist Places To Visit In Thailand In July

1. Koh Samui
2. 
Pattaya
3. 
Ko Pha Ngan
4. 
Kanchanaburi
5. 
Ko Samet
6. 
Khao Yai National Park
7. 
Nakhon Si Thammarat
8. 
Phatthalung
9. 
Songkhla
10. 
Hua Hin

Thailand is one of the prime tourist destinations that attracts tourists from across the world for its amusing ambiance, a cheerful nightlife and reasonable travel costs. Thailand is a splendid island nation, and some of its most visited attractions include Koh Samui, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya among others.

Bangkok is one of the best places to visit in Thailand in july. Being the capital, this city is home to tall skyscrapers, vivid nightlife full of street vendors, street dance, night clubs and cabaret shows and a very welcoming ambiance. Tourists can stay at the most splendid resorts and enjoy the vibrant cityscape at night while in Bangkok.

Head on to Koh Samui and uncover the true essence of this magical beach destination. Hosting the perfect beach town vibe, Koh Samui attracts a major part of the youth for a picturesque vacation excursion. Indulge in a plethora of water sports, and stay at the most lavish of accommodations to enjoy this exquisite island destination.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Thailand in July:

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Khao Yai National Park

Thailand’s greatest wildlife and most preserved naturals settings can be truly uncovered at Khao Yai National Park making its one of the most peaceful and best places to visit in Thailand in july.

A never ending stretch of verdant rainforests, visiting Khao Yai national park is undoubtedly the best way to admire the engrossing wildlife around you. As the third largest national park of Thailand, tourists can see a plethora of gigantic Asain elephants, rare northern pig tailed macaques, barking deer, gibbon etc. in their natural habitats. A safari ride through the thick wilderness is a perfect escapade from the hustle and bustle of Thailand.

Location: Hin Tung, Mueang Nakhon Nayok District, Nakhon Nayok 26000, Thailand

Timing: 6am - 6pm

Entry Fee : INR 5790 per adult

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02

Hua Hin

A former residence of the Thai aristocrats and the royals, Hua Hin poses an immensely opulent ambiance and pristine attraction that is worth exploring. Visit the amusing Hua hin beach and click pictures of the spotless white sand, turquoise sea and tall verdant canopies.

To get an insight into the royal life of Thai’s aristocats visit the Maruekhathaiyawan Palace and marvel at the wonderful architecture. The exotic Plearn Warn streets have famous street food vendors selling delicious food which you must try on your visit to the wonderful beach.

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03

Ko Samet

A serene island, clean surrounding, aesthetic environments and a myriad of intriguing activities make Ko Samet one of the best places to visit in Thailand in July. At a distance of 1 hour ride from Pattaya, this exclusive island is rather untouched by human activities.

Its clean white sand beaches and turquoise water, and popular local attractions, makes it one the most beautiful attractions in Thailand which is quite reasonable too. Visit Wat Koh Samet and offer prayers to the beautiful smiling statue of Buddha. Click fascinating pictures by the ethereal mermaid statues of Sai Kaew beach. Explore the night markets and relish upon some authentic seafood too.

Location - Rayong province

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04

Kanchanaburi

The verdant side of Thailand can be best uncovered at the pristine location of Kanchanaburi. Visit the famous landmark called Death Railway which stands today as an iconic world war II remnant. Made by the prisoners of war, this railway was constructed with an aim to minimise transportation across cities.

You can discover more about the prisoners of war and forced labour of world war II at the Thailand Burma railway centre, and learn about this artefacts, war cemetery, war war II souvenirs etc. The historical significance of Kanchanaburi makes it one of the best places to visit in Thailand in july.

Location: Mueang Kanchanaburi district

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05

Ko Pha Ngan

Soaking up the Southern stretch of Thailand is the scenic attraction of Ko Pha Ngan. Covering an area of 125 km. square, this magical island offers a variety of intriguing attractions to best feel the raw essence of Thailand.

When on this island, take a trip to the famous Thong Sala night market and relish in local seafood delicacies. You can also head to Amsterdam Bar in the evenings and have a fun time swimming in the pool with an awesome sunset as the backdrop. The special highlight of Kho Pha is its full moon parties, studded with seafront DJ nights, drinks and dances which attracts a lot of foreigners and locals alike

Location - Surat Thani, Thailand

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06

Koh Samui

Spotless white sand beaches, verdant lush palm trees lining up the shore and a very pleasant climate is what you will be greeted by at Koh Samui. At this exceptional island, tourists can find a plethora of intriguing activities at extremely charming beachfront places.

From splendid 5 star resorts, to rich local culture and excellent island food, tourists should definitely indulge in all of it. You can uncover vivid and vibrant marine life on a snorkelling expedition and don't forget to go on an elephant trek to the charming villages of this island.

Location: Island in Gulf of Thailand

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07

Nakhon Si Thammarat

Located in Southern Thailand, Nakhon Si Thammarat  is  an alluring Thai province that has still preserved the rich Thai culture at its best. Blessed with a variety of tranquil beaches, extravagant museums and historical landmarks, Nakhon Si Thammarat is one of the best places to visit in Thailand in july.

Take a trip to the underrated Khao Luang national park and take a bath in the clean and peaceful streams of this verdant rainforest. You can offer your prayers at Wat Phra temple and explore the splendid architecture of this marvellous temple.

Location: Malay Peninsula

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08

Phatthalung

Located in Southern Thailand, Phatthalung hosts a serene countryside ambiance of this island nation. At Thale Noi bird sanctuary you can discover the 200 species of birds such as great cormorants, jacanas, whistling ducks and waterhens in their natural habitats.

Don't forget to trek up to Khao Sok Tau and witness a gleaming sunset. Take a boat trip to Ban Lam Pam and indulge in a fishing expedition with the local farmers. The untouched and unpolluted countryside vibe that Phatthalung renders makes it one of the best places to visit in Thailand in july.

Location: Phatthalung province

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Songkhla

The exquisite Songkhla province of Thailand best depicts the rich and authentic countryside life of Thailand. This province like any other Thai attraction poses waterfalls, beachfront ethereal attractions and resorts along with heritage sites which are worth exploring.

This province boasts both rich history and cultural heritage which tourists should definitely explore. The local lifestyle and night markets are perfect places to explore Thailand’s rich cultural history. Discover the pristine golden mermaid statue standing on Samila beach and learn about its fun background story.

Location:  Mueang Songkhla, Songkhla province

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10

Pattaya

Famously known for its vibrant and active nightlife, Pattaya is a scenic island destination that possesses an enchanting charm. Visit the glamorous walking street post dinner and uncover lined up cabaret shows, night clubs and local vendors at the night markets.

Discover the rich heritage of Thailand on your visit to the sacred ‘Sanctuary of Truth’ and marvel at the architectural wonder that it is. The Pattaya floating market is another pleasant attraction to shop for exclusive souvenirs and artefacts from boat vendors. Pattaya and its charming lifestyle will keep you coming back for more.

Location -Bang Lamung

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People Also Ask About Thailand

  1. Which part of Thailand is best to visit in July?

    1. Koh Samui - A pleasant island with a myriad of beautiful attractions, pristine waterfalls and oceanfront resorts, Koh Samui is a perfect escape from the hot and humid Thailand weather. At Koh Samui, tourists can indulge in scuba diving, snorkelling and sea walking and other intriguing beach activities.

    2. Pattaya
    - Explore this glamorous island tourist attraction famous for its white spotless beaches, a myriad of botanical gardens like Nong Nooh tropical Garden, the fascinating Jomtien Beach and the sacred Sanctuary of Truth. Pattaya and its plethora of intriguing attractions make it one of the best places to visit in Thailand in july.

    3. Kho Pha Ngan
    - This island is the best escape from Thailand's Hot and humid ambiance. Explore its vibrant night market and shop for exclusive souvenirs, handicrafts and artefacts for your loved ones. The island’s charming and homely ambiance will definitely make you come back again

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  2. What are the best places to visit in Thailand in July at night?

    1. Bangkok - The capital of this hustling island destination, Bangkok with its myriad of attractive skyscrapers, shopping districts, splendid resorts and restaurants and charming nightlife remains one of the best places to visit in Thailand in July at night. The famous Chatuchak market of Thailand is the perfect place for a shopping experience. Discover Bangkok’s famous cabaret shows and breathtaking night clubs as well.

    2. Chaing Mai
    - To escape the Thailand humidity during July, tourists cam head onto Chiang Mai and explore the lavish mountainous terrain of Thailand. Uncover the grandiose beauty of Doi Inthanon national park, and don't forget to go trekking on the himalayan mountain ranges that bless this region.

    3. Koh Samui
    - Relax by the beach, and work on your tan under the hot tropical sun of Koh Samui. Explore the lavish resorts and indulge in a variety of water sports as well.

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  3. What is the weather of Thailand in july?

    The weather of Thailand in the month of July remains moderately humid and hot. The temperature is around 95 degrees Fahrenheit and allows tourists to best enjoy the beaches and typical tropical island side of the country.

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  4. What is there to do in Thailand in july?

    July is a good time to visit the extraordinary locations of Thailand such as Chiang mai and Koh Samui. You can explore the vivid Himlayan ranges at Chiang Mai or go participate in adventurous water activities at Koh Samui

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  5. Is July a good time to visit Koh Samui?

    Yes, July is a good time to visit Koh Samui. You can find ethereal beach shacks, intriguing water sports, hustling and cheerful ambiance at all times during your trip.
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