Travel Guide – Things to do in Thailand

Thailand is an exotic Asian country that is visited by more than 20 million tourists every year. One of the main reasons why there are so many tourists that want to visit this country is the variety of things that you can do while you are there. In fact, there are so many things that you can do there that you will definitely travel to Thailand at least one more time after your first stay there.
What every tourist in Thailand finds attractive are the beautiful islands mostly located in the Andaman Sea. There are several hundred islands all over Thailand and they are in different size and some of them are inhabited while others have thousands of people living on them. The biggest island in Thailand, and the most popular tourist destination in the same time, is Phuket Island. This well-established tourist destination will simply enchant you with its mesmerizing beaches and rich wildlife. While you are there you can also visit some of the island’s architectural attractions (like many Buddhist temples for example). Smaller islands are beautiful too and you can find many islands where a lot of popular movies like James Bond or The Beach were filmed. We also recommend visiting some uninhabited island if you want to explore the nature in peace.


Thailand is also known for the big cities, especially for its capital Bangkok. This city is a real center of Thailand where you can find some amazing historical buildings, modern shopping center offering products at low prices, floating markets, Buddhist temples and much more. Bangkok is also known for its amazing night life so make sure to visit some of the clubs or bars while you are there. Foreigners are always welcomed! If you are interested in exploring the exotic nature of Thailand visit the city of Chang Mai in the north.
Those who love sport and want to improve their physical shape while they are on their vacation should join a Muay Thai training camp. This is the national sport of Thailand and it is a great way for improving your strength and shape no matter if you are a professional athlete or a recreationist.

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