The most visited destination in Thailand is Bangkok, the capital. It is home to over 8.4 million people, and vibrant streets, shopping centers, and a wide array of food.
Known for being the largest island in all of Thailand, Phuket has almost everything you need. Far from being dense like Bangkok, Phuket has different both city like areas and beaches
Chiang Mai is home to the most active Buddhist temples in Thailand with 300+ ancient temples. Those who prefer a laid-back city will appreciate Chiang Mai. National parks and beautiful mountains surround it.
The Krabi Province is located in the Southern part of Thailand, along the Andaman sea. Overall, the province is known for being home to over 200 islands and remote, movie-like beaches.
Koh Samui, Thailand’s second-largest Island, over the years the island has become popular. Especially for those on a honeymoon, today Koh Samui is home to many 5 star hotels.
Ko Pha Nganas has very much a relaxing, Bali-like laidback atmosphere. Backpackers and yogis love Ko Pha Ngan making hostels abundant here; the island is known for its jungle retreats.
Pattaya, located just two hours from Bangkok, is a popular weekend getaway. If you’re visiting Bangkok, visiting Pattaya City is your closest choice.
Backpackers and tourist visit Chiang Rai as a starting point for continuing their travels exploring The Golden Triangle that lies ahead, consisting of Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand.