Explore the beauty of Thailand
Thailand is a country that is rich in historic culture, stunning scenery, and amazing food. From their famed temples and religious monuments, all the way to their pristine beaches and mountainous jungles. In addition to a variety of top sights and attractions, Thailand is home to some of the most awe-inspiring and impressive scenes in the world. Here are 10 photos that will acquaint you with what the country has to offer and make you want to book a flight now.
Waterfall in autumn forest at Erawan waterfall National Park, Thailand
Two pagoda on the top of Inthanon mountain, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Depending on which month you’re visiting Chiang Mai, you might be lucky enough to attend one of the spectacular annual festivals.
Go to Thailand to see sunsets like this
Chiang mai cityscape at twilight
The city of Pai has some of the best views of Thailand’s jungle terrain.
James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay, Thailand
Limestone hills and cliffs dominate the crystal clear water in Krabi. Thailand is covered in national parks, including Tha Pom Khlong Song Nam just outside Krabi.
Wat arun under loy krathong day ,Thailand
Ancient architecture and rich history are reflected in the many temples and palaces found sporadically throughout the City of Angels, such as in the Grand Palace.
Bangkok is the number one visited city in the world, and it’s no wonder why with views like this one.
Explore the natural beauty of Thailand. Rice production in Thailand represents a significant portion of the Thai economy and labor force. In 2017, the value of all Thai rice traded was 174.5 billion baht, about 12.9 percent of all farm production. Of the 40 percent of Thais who work in agriculture, 16 million of them are rice farmers by one estimate.
Temples, or wats, are a definitive part of any trip to Thailand. The white structures with tall, golden stupas are literally everywhere you go in this country! As you approach the temples, you are sure to smell the fragrance of incense, exchange smiles with a golden-robed monk, and appreciate the detailed architectural design. Choosing a just few temples to visit is a great idea as it can get exhausting if you try to see too many of them during your trip.
The breathtaking scenery of northern Thailand offers plenty of opportunities for trekking. However, what makes this region all the more special are the colorful hill tribe communities that call it home.
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