Friday, 1 March 2019

Thailand Tour: Few Top Activities to Do in Thailand

Thailand has been able to establish itself as one of the more desirable destinations to explore on a vacation. Whether you are looking to trek the mountain, relax on the perfect beaches, or explore the city, you are certain to be able to investigate a countless number of popular attractions. Here are some of the more desirable activities and attractions:

The Grand Palace: If you are looking to include a touch of culture into the visit to Thailand, a visit to the 200-year-old Grand Palace is likely to be a highly desirable destination. This intricate and beautiful building is one of the most popular attractions in the capital city of Thailand. Other local attractions in Bangkok include the nearby Wat Pho, Emerald Buddha and the Wat Arun.

Elephant trekking: In Thailand the elephant is a revered animal and a national symbol. If you would like to get close and learn about the elephants there is a number of camps to visit, including the Lampang Anantara Resort and Chiang Mai Elephant Conservation Centre. If you would like to get fully involved with these magnificent animals, a visit to Elephant Hills in the southern region of Thailand, is certain to offer an enjoyable safari experience.

Island hopping: With an estimated 5000 miles of magnificent coastline, Thailand is able to offer a range of destinations to explore when able to travel in a local longtail boat. Some of the popular destinations along the coastline to explore include the limestone rocks located off the West Coast and Phang Nga Bay. An island hopping adventure in the Andaman Sea near Krabi and Phuket is likely to offer an abundance of pristine white beaches, while a visit to Ko Phi Phi Don is able to offer a quality choice of snorkeling trips.

Floating market: A more unique shopping experience can be found at one of the many floating markets that are located in Bangkok and other regions of the country. Some of the most recognized of the floating markets are those in Amphawa Floating Market in Samut Songkhram and Damnoen Saduak in Ratchaburi. If you are wishing to avoid the larger crowds when exploring these markets you might wish to attempt to visit in the early morning and try some of the local foods, including pungent durian, yellow longan, and custard apples. Many of these markets are frequented by locals and therefore able to give the complete authentic feel and experience.


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