If you are planning to visit Thailand, here are the bucket-list vacation spots for you. You must be thinking Why Thailand? So let me tell you that because of the epic tropical beauty, spirited nightlife, amazing foods, and ancient temples Thailand attracts people from all across the world. Thailand is also called the Land of Smiles as it never disappoints travellers. So here are the Best places to visit in Thailand and also the reason Why you should Plan your next vacation to Thailand.

Best places to visit in Thailand

Let’s check out some of the best places to visit in Thailand:-


:- Bangkok has attracted millions of visitors annually for years. It offers an incredible experience of tradition-meets-modernity culture to tourists. With world-class food, historical landmarks and the best hospitality in the world, it is among the best places to visit. 

          Bangkok is one of the best places to visit in Thailand. Above all The city of Bangkok has so much to offer along with the lines of history, culture and traditions.

Food:- If you are a street food lover then Patpong night market or Damnoen Saduak Floating Market will never disappoint you. Thai rice noodles, papaya salad, skewers of marinated and grilled meat and multiple Thai Desert are the foods with which you will fall in love. 

Shopping:- There are many options if you are a shopping lover. Although It’s your choice whether you would like to go to Open-Air markets, High-End Shopping plazas, or Floating markets.  You will see the merchants rowing their small wooden boats along the water if you would visit the Floating markets. 

Wild Nightlife:- If you are a night person then Bangkok is the best place for you to hang out and enjoy the evening, also you can capture some stylish photos with your personal photographer.

Chiang Mai:-

   Chiang Mai is loads of cool places to discover. It is charming and laidback. It is perfect for relaxing after a hectic time travelling around the country. The main draw to this city is its quaint old town in the centre of the city. It has peaceful narrow lanes to wander and explore. 

    Chiang Rai:-

It is located in the far north of the country. This city is famous for the jaw-droppingly beautiful White Temple that shines brightly in the sun. The incredible White Temples need to be seen to be believed. Many people visit this place to explore the surrounding area like stunning scenery and access to Golden Triangle. Lying at the point where Laos, Myanmar and Thailand meet. The best thing to see here is the Hall of Opium, which is a great museum. 

    4. Kanchanaburi:-

This city is located on the banks of the Kwai Yai rivers. The city is primarily known for the Bridge over the river Kwai. The Sai Yok Noi Falls are great to visit as is Erawan Falls which is located in the nearby Erawan National Park.

     5. Koh Samui:-

It with Home to some of the Best palm-fringed beaches in Thailand and plenty of luxury resorts. Koh Samui has a lot more to offer than sunbathing in heaven. Being one of the most popular holiday spots in Thailand, it is home to mountainous rainforests, postcard-worthy beaches, and breathtaking sunsets. Also, there are plenty of spas and temples to discover here, including the famous Wat Phra Yai.

      6. Phuket:-

The location of this place is the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman SeaPhuket is home to some of the country’s most visited beaches and is popular for a Beach vacation. Travellers can also go to Kata Noi Beach for amazing scenery, to Nai Harn Beach where you can find crystal clear waters under the shade of palm trees and to Surin Beach if they’re looking for luxury resorts and high-end cuisine overlooking the sea. 

       7. Krabi:-

Over 200 islands make up Krabi province, with a significant amount of land which is designated as a National Park. Krabi’s coast is also rugged, characterized by vertical steep limestone cliffs that are very popular with climbers. 

       8. Sukhothai:-

Sukhothai Thani is a small town better known for being home to the Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO site that houses the ruins of the 13th-century Sukhothai Kingdom. The most impressive temple on the grounds is Wat Mahathat, whose speciality is nine large stupas, a pillar pavilion, two nine-meter-royal palaces, and Wat Si Sawai. 

       9. Chiang Rai:-

Chiang Rai is famous not only for trekking in Lam Nam Kok National Park but also for the trails leading to stunning waterfalls such as the 70-meter-tall Khan Kon waterfall, lush forest and hilltop tribe villages. Like most of the other cities, temples are a huge attraction in Chiang Rai, with Wat Rong Khun(also known as White Temple) which is at the top of the list.

      10. Kao Sam Roi Yot National Park:-

Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is home to Thailand’s largest freshwater marsh also mangrove swamps, scenic beaches, limestone caves and lots of tropical jungles.