Visit Amazing Thailand: 10 Best Things To Do In Thailand
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Are you planning to visit Amazing Thailand soon? Thailand is a beautiful country that has so many incredible things to offer. It really depends on your preference and what part of the country you are traveling to. I compiled a list of my top 10 best things to do in Thailand based on my experiences from traveling to a couple different cities in the country. Visit Thailand and checkout these activities that you can do in this Asian Jewel:
1) Go To The Grand Palace
Arguably the #1 tourist attraction in all of Thailand. Beautiful and worth the trip. Just get there when it opens and drink a lot of water!
2) Floating Market
There are many floating markets in Thailand. This is one of my favorite things do to in the country. Eating Thai food and shopping for souvenirs on a boat.
3) Ride an Elephant
Riding an elephant is something you can’t do in most parts of the world and definitely worth making a day trip out of it where other cool activities can go along with it.
4) The Elephant Nature Park
After I went to Thailand and got on an elephant I have heard that some people are against it for various reasons. This is a fair opinion and why I’m giving an alternative of The Elephant Nature Park that is said to be a little different, but a lot of fun too.
5) Watch a Muay Thai Boxing Match
Muay Thai Boxing is very popular in Thailand and throughout the world. There are Great Events in Pattaya. There is an expression; “You haven’t experienced Thailand until you have experienced Muay Thai Boxing.”
6) Shopping in Bangkok
Walking in the main streets of Bangkok, shopping for souvenirs, eating food, interacting with locals, taking a ride in a tuk tuk are all great local experiences of the city.
7) Eat Street Food
Thailand is known for delicious street food and it does meet up to its expectation, however just be cautious when picking where to eat.
8) Go To The Beach
Thailand has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Hot tropical climate and clear blue water. There are many options depending on where you are traveling within the country.
9) Wat Suthat
This is a Buddhist temple in Bangkok. The royal temple is definitely worth the visit and very close to the Grand Palace. The Giant Swing is a famous religious structure located right in front of Wat Suthat that you can also see.
10) Wat Pho
Another royal Buddhist temple close to The Grand Palace worth checking out. You can see most of the temples after spending a couple hours at The Palace.
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