Where to Go in Thailand

BangkokBangkok
The capital of Thailand, Bangkok is the largest city in the country with a population that totals over 11 million. Within the city there are many skyscrapers, heavy traffic, an active nightlife, and intense heat, but while these features may not sound instantly impressive, it is quite entertaining once you immerse yourself in the greater attributes of the city...
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PhuketPhuket
Thailand's largest island, Phuket is one of the country's top tourist draws for good reason. With a wide selection of world class beaches, some of the country's best restaurants and nightclubs, and incredible cultural sites within walking distance of its top hotels, it's no wonder this island hosts millions of visitors to Thailand every year...
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Chiang MaiChiang Mai
Surrounded by the lush mountains of Thailand's northern region, Chiang Mai is a city that offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok and the sun and fun of Southern Thailand. Culturally significant and economically important, the city is the fifth largest in Thailand, and the country’s largest hub in its northern region with a population of just over one million in total...
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PattayaPattaya
Just two hours from Bangkok on the Gulf of Thailand, the beachside city of Pattaya was once a small, relaxing escape for residents of the big city. However, thanks to decades of development, word of mouth, and a reputation for the seedier side of international tourism, this resort town has grown into one of Thailand's biggest attractions for visitors and residents alike...
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Koh SamuiKoh Samui
Hot, scenic, and easily accessible by boat or airplane, Koh Samui is one of Thailand's most popular islands. Home to some of the country's most remarkable beaches, relaxing small beach towns, and exciting adventure opportunities, it's a great destination for couples and families, backpackers and adventurers, and even individuals seeking a relaxing, interesting place to spend their time...
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KrabiKrabi
From the limestone cliffs of Rai Leh to the frantic shopping action of Krabi Town, Krabi is a small province that's big on variety. One of Thailand's most scenically impressive yet rarely visited beach resorts, this incredible coastal town is often passed over in favor of Phuket. Despite this, it offers a level of serene beauty and immense relaxation that can be hard to find elsewhere in Thailand...
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AyutthayaAyutthaya
Ayutthaya is a city located in the Ayutthaya province of Thailand that was founded in 1350, although it was attacked and destroyed in 1767 before being rebuilt in more modern times. For this reason, the city not only boasts many Thai tourist attractions, but is also now the home of a UNESCO World Heritage Site that honours the ruins of the former city within the Ayutthaya historical park. The new structure...
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Hua HinHua Hin
One of Thailand's most popular beach resort towns, Hua Hin has attracted visitors for the better part of a century. A popular vacation spot for Thailand's upper crest, including many of the Thai royal family, this beachside town is well known for its comfortable climate, gorgeous Gulf of Thailand beaches, and charming 'old town' feel. Just a few hours from Bangkok by road and less than an hour by plane, Hua Hin's close...
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Cha-AmCha-Am
Once a sleepy seaside town in Thailand's Southern-Central region, Cha-Am has grown into one of the area's most popular weekend vacation spots. Housing thousands of Thai holidaymakers from the nearby capital Bangkok during weekends and a significantly smaller gang of travelers during the week, this laid back resort town offers a pleasant break from Thailand's other crowded beaches...
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