If you tell me to give you one reason for visiting Thailand then I can’t. Want to know why? Because there are so many things to do there and each one so magnetic than the other that it will literally be impossible to just choose one. The exquisite cuisines, the exotic culture with the spectacular scenery and palaces, the combination of mesmerizing blue seas and pristine sand beaches, majestic mountains, the meandering rivers or the fascinating history and archaeological sites, there is no choosing because you simply cannot afford to miss any. Thailand will impress you from the very start with its warm people. Also known as the land of smiles, Thailand with its major religion as Buddhism has really welcoming and generous people. Alluded often is the King of Thailand as it has a constitutional monarchy which is why the country is called the Kingdom of Thailand.
Regarding the places to visit in Thailand, Bangkok city comes first with its teeming life and spirit with an abundance of temples side by side canals and markets. It is one of Asia’s highly cosmopolitan cities stuffed with beautiful temples and palaces, authentic canals, busy markets and an iridescent nightlife that never leaves anyone out. Some of the more important venues that simply cannot be left out are given hereafter. Known as The Grand Palace complex, it is the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782 which is situated right in the Chao Phraya River and the cruise too is something you really wouldn’t want to miss. You could opt to take a ferry for going up or down the river at your leisure time to any site. Some other sites along the bank are the Wat Pho temple with its Reclining Buddha, the WatPhraKaeo with its Emerald Buddha and the WatArun Temple also called the Temple of the dawn.
Furthermore, the Jim Thompson House and the VimanmekMansion which is the largest golden teakwood house would be something interesting. The Northern Thailand with a colossal history and the nearby Ayuthaya is another world heritage site. Close to Bangkok, Kanchanaburi and Damnoen are located where you can witness the floating hotel and the floating market. Chiang Mai is the principle city in the North that is surrounded by mountains and has an ambience better than that of Bankgok. The remaining premises of Chiang Mai hold more than 30 temples since the time of principality. The night bazar cannot be missed especially in November during the Loy Krathong Festival. This region is famous for elephants and the tribal people and their culture. Beach resort areas like Phuket, PhiPhi Islands KoSamui and many others will make your experience great.