The Land of Smiles, Thailand is a spellbound country. Its hundreds islands and its metropolitan capital city makes it a unique destination to its visitors. Every traveler is pampered according to their budgets and wishes to explore this magnificent country. It possesses world best popular attractions. From delicious cuisine, shopping, leisure and sight-seeing, every traveler is spoiled. Break-taking beaches, gorgeous and impressive temples, to modern urban city, Thailand is a treasure where getting bored is not even an option. Prepare to be charmed by this exotic Thailand.
Float your way to the Market
Thailand’s floating markets are bustling, thrilling, and shows an insight of the local culture. The Damnoen Saduak floating market is the biggest and the most popular. The market is located about 100km outside of Bangkok. It is a good way to start your morning to explore this beautiful pearl of the country. The narrow canals and small wooden stilt houses are photogenic. A long-tail boat with food, gifts and souvenirs, clothes and fresh product are available. You may have breakfast at the market, a variety of food is at your service: noodle bowls, fresh fruits, stir fried rice, spring rolls, coconut pancakes and so on.
An escape to Koh Samui
Koh Samui is a charming destination with stunning beaches, great Big Buddha and various excursions. Chaweng is the most happening and famous beach with 5 km of golden sands. The island brags a range of night life and you have numerous entertainment options. From delicious street food to 5 star dining, you have a choice for your palates. Soak up in the local atmosphere to shop. Explore the particular charm of bargaining.
An experience of a Thai massage in Thailand is the most invigorating feeling. This style of massage is popular around the world and is unique. Thai massage focuses on pressure points, it boosts your body. The treatment starts with the feet and continuously moves upwards toward the head. Methods like rhythmic compressions and manoeuvres are employed to relax and realign the energies in the body. Different amounts of pressure are used to energy lines throughout the body with the Ayurvedic principles of balancing one’s energy. Every city and small town have numerous massage parlour and the prices are low-cost compared to what you will pay back home.
A trip to Koh Phi Phi
Koh Phi Phi is a sheer beauty tickling everyone’s fantasy. Stunning beach, amazing rock formation, tranquil, clear and turquoise waters tickling with exuberant marine life. It has a dynamic and vibrant night. It possesses world class diving and has rock climbing. The famous classic of Leonardo DiCaprio classic “The Beach” and James Bond were shot here.
Indulge in some street food
Gastronomical dream, Thai street food is a quintessential experience in Thailand. Wherever you go, there is ample food stalls. It’s heavenly to wander in the streets and it is safe. You can see what’s being cooked and it’s fresh. You interact with locals, an authentic touch. The food is delicious and low-costs. You can go to the same place every night and have different variety of meal. Street food is a unique and pure way to get in touch with the local culture.
White bits of Thailand
“Wat Rong Khun”, the White Temple is eye-catching. It is a unique, modern Buddhist Temple situated at 20 minutes of drive south of Chiang Mai. It was conceptualized and built by Thai artist, Ajarn Chalermchai Kositpipat. The artist showcased a surreal representation of what he thinks are obstacles to the path of enlightenment. The use of pieces of glasses in the plaster twinkles in the sun. The white colour represents the purity of Buddha, the glass conveys the Buddha’s wisdom and the Dhamma the Buddhist teachings. Its designs does not have the traditional style of other Buddhist Temples all along Thailand. It beholds the style of the Game of Thrones fortress.
The highlights of this stunning island are absolutely undeniable. From gorgeous beaches with powdered soft sand along to a dense jungle are the hat trick of the island. Koh Phangan is synonymous to party. Every month, more than thousands of people grace the Full Moon Party when the moon is full. The spiritual side of this island consist 20 temples and it has a small fishing village with a peaceful and unique air. The Island is full of adventure and outdoor pursuits: diving, snorkelling, Angthong Marine Park, kiteboarding and yoga.
Explore Sukhothai on bicycle
Sukhothai means the dawn of happiness. It is a UNESCO World Heritage City as it has a vast number of historical sites and temple ruins. The number one attraction is the Sukhothai Historical Park. While visiting the region, try to make some time at nearby Si Satchanalai Historical Park. The must-see temple ruins are Wat Mahathat and the giant seated Buddha at Wat Si Chum. At last, try the popular noodle fish named after the area Kuay thiao Sukhothai.