Cities To Visit On Your Thailand Vacation

Thailand is the only country in colonial history that has never been captivated by any European power. Thailand means land of freedom and true to its name it always had a free past. Thailand is the favorite location of many travelers. It is a land for all, you can be a solo traveler or plan your bachelors here. It is mostly famous for its nightlife, however, it has more to it. You can find solace in the cultural trip or plan a spiritual trip here. There are many famous temples and shrines in Thailand. The beaches are splendid and attract lots of tourists.

You can plan your vacation to the following provinces or states of Thailand to enjoy your trip to full. 

  • Bangkok

  • Pattaya

  • Phuket 

  • Ayutthaya

  • Chiang Mai

  • Kanchanaburi

  • Sukhothai

  • Krabi

  • Koh Samui

  • Hua Hin

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It is the national capital of Thailand and the most happening and famous tourist destination. Most people choose this for their bachelor's. The nightlife of Bangkok is one of the best you can have. It is also known as the 'City of Angels'. The other name of Bangkok is Krung Thep amongst the locals. It is one of the most populated cities of Thailand and the travelers on Bangkok vacations add more to its crowd. One can take a break from the party life and visit the famous two temples Wat Arun and Wat Phra Prakew. If you want to get a feel of Hinduism or India you can take a walk to Great swing and the Erawan Shrine.


It is the second most famous destination for parties after Thailand. Its vibrant nightlife and the sandy beaches attract major tourism. Most of the crowd is of adventure lovers and you can take up many adventure sports here. You can enjoy paragliding, sail boating, and jet skiing too. Pattaya has many wonderful beaches in its kitty and you can enjoy a relaxing sunbath here. Sip your favorite drink when you relax by the beachside. You can visit the underwater world Pattaya to experience the underwater flora and fauna of the Pattaya. You can also visit the crocodile farm and the Thai Alangkarn theatre.


Keep your excitement level high as the adventure takes another level here. Thai boxing is a very old and famous sport that is usually played by many locals. You can take part in the Phuket FantaSea show which is a mix of fantasy and humor. In these festivals locals and professional artists perform myths and folklore live on Kamala Beach. You can enjoy this gala while you relish the seafood on the beach. This city also holds the 45-meter high statue of Lord Buddha.


It is now a UNESCO world heritage site as it holds a very glorious past. Once it used to dazzle with gold and gems and the glittering could be seen from miles away. Now the remains of the palaces and temples are left. The archaeologists are on their way to restore the remains of the structures. You can visit here to witness the cosmopolitan and wealthiest part of Thailand. It was the ancient capital of Siam from 1350 to 1767. Take a walk around this city to see the remains and fossils.

Chiang Mai

It is the hub of 300 temples and is the heart of Lanna culture. The locals hold pride in the holiness here. You can have a spiritual Thailand vacation here and explore the ancient temples here. There are many fine-dining restaurants along with some yummy street food. It is located in northern Thailand and you can take a road trip around this city. If you want to shop for some designer clothes then be ready to get amazed by some traditional and modern design mixes. You can visit Wat Phra Sing and the Chiang Mai National museum that are very famous tourist attractions.


It holds a very special value in Thailand as the Buddhist monk Phrabhavanaviriyakhun was born here. You can spend some leisure time at the Kwai river and the bridge over it. It has the remnants of World War II in the form of many museums that narrate the story of the war back then. This city has its Indian roots as it was founded by King Rama I during the 19th century. The explorer in you would love this city as it has many lovely caves that you can spend time wandering into. As you walk around this place you will find some amazing waterfalls and lakes where you can spend some time from the hustle of your life.


Sukhothai is located on the outskirts of the Khmer empire. It was the first capital of Thailand during the 13th century and has many historical architectures. There are many religious temples here where you can seek blessings for further life. It also has the renowned Sukhothai Historical Park which is a UNESCO world heritage site. There are many royal Palaces here that you can visit.

If you want to know about its historical past you can visit the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum. Also, you can visit  Sri Satchanalai National Park and Ramkhamhaeng National Park for a small picnic.


Most of the national parks in Thailand are located at Krabi. It is made up of 80 small islands and there is no dearth of water activities here. Phuket is a crowded area but Krabi is a small wonder of Thailand. You can visit the Koh Phi Phi National Park for a picnic and for some fun time do pay a visit to tourist attractions like Railay, Ao Nang, etc. You can enjoy the fun and adventure activities like sailing, kayaking and other water sports here. Also, if you want some idle time you can visit the Hat Noppharat Thara for bird watching.

Koh Samui

It is the main island of Thailand with dreamy white sand beaches and coral reefs. You can notice many coconut trees here while you lay your eyes around the surroundings. It also hosts the famous Ten Star Samui Art Party which is attended by many local and international artists. Koh Samui hosts many cultural events like Buffalo fighting festival. This festival attracts many tourists from around the world.

Hua Hin

This island was founded by King Rama VII, during the start of 1920 as one of his escape routes. After his reign ended it was converted into a royal resort. It has been serving as the famous tourist attraction since 70 years and has gained worldwide fame.


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