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Thailand Things To Do

Holidays to Thailand are not the same without a stopover at most of the following landmarks and tourist attractions:

Grand Palace – A must-see for everyone on Thailand holidays. Built in 1782, this famous palace features numerous wonderful buildings including Temple of the Emerald Buddha, housing a stunning 14th century Emerald Buddha.

Patara Elephant Farm – An experience of a lifetime for an elephant lover going on holidays to Thailand. A chance to bathe, feed, play and ride on an elephant bareback.

Discovery Dive Centre – Ultimate diving experience with fantastic dives and great instructors to help you take a memorable dive on your Thailand holidays.

Happy Home Thai Cooking School – Travellers on holidays to Thailand can get real hands on experience to learn the beauty and delight of Thai cooking.

Suan Nanachaat – Considered to be one of the best spas in Thailand, it offers an outstanding range of treatments and a well-trained staff to help you rejuvenate on your Thailand holidays.

Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya – Built in 1374, this relic is a favourite for world-tourists on holidays to Thailand, lined with several antique relics and its renowned Stupa.

Wat Rong Khun – Thailand holidays can never be complete without seeing this white temple sparkling in the sunshine. It will take your breath away. Located in Chiang rai province, it was designed by one of the greatest artists of Thailand, Chalermchai Kositpipat.

Mojito Bar – A refreshing stop on your holidays to Thailand, this bar serves sensational cocktails to be enjoyed watching a breathtaking sunset or the stunning scenery all around.

Wat Phra Si Ratana Temple – Built in 1357 and now a monastery, tourists must visit this temple on their holidays to Thailand to see Phitsanulok’s most sacred statues of Lord Buddha.

Jim Thompson House – An oasis of tranquillity, this lush property houses interesting exhibits of Asian art along with many other unique displays. The guided tour should be a part of all Thailand holidays.

Temple of the Reclining Buddha - If there is only one temple you ca make it to on your holiday to Thailand, then make sure it is this one. It houses famous 150 metres long Reclining Buddha, the largest in Thailand.

Temple of the Dawn – Featuring a 70-metre high sprite decorated with Chinese porcelain and tiny coloured glass pieces, Wat Arun is considered to be the most famous temple by travellers from their experiences of Thailand holidays.

Chatuchak Market – For all bargain hunters planning holidays to Thailand, this market offers world-class bargains along with the crowds and heat. So, if bargaining is what you do plan to on your Thailand holidays, then this is the place to be.

Wang Na Palace – If you look forward to learn history during your Thailand holidays, then there’s nothing better than Bangkok's National Museum with an extraordinary collection of relics and artefacts.

Golden Buddha - Wat Traimitr is a major tourist attraction owing to a 12 ft cast of Buddha made from 5.5 tons of solid gold. The fable behind the origin of this statue has made this temple a part of many Thailand holiday packages.

Giant Swing – One of Bangkok’s most eye-catching structures, this 88-foot high teak ‘Giant Swing’ was a part of all tourist itineraries for holidays in Thailand due to the dangerous ‘Swing to heaven’ contests but fatal accidents led to the contest being banned in 1932.

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – Tourists planning to experience this unique floating market are recommended to visit early morning to avoid the crowds and maybe take a long-tail boat through the canal.

Sunflower fields – Travellers on holidays to Thailand between November and January can experience the stunning spectacle of 50,000 acres of sunflowers fields. A sight to behold.

Chao Phraya River – This beautiful river flows through the heart of Bangkok, offering great sightseeing cruises of major attractions for the ease of travellers on their Thailand holidays.

Erawan Shrine – Located near the Central World Plaza in Bangkok, it is a small but important shrine for followers of Buddha and the hectic yet soothing atmosphere draws many tourists on their holidays to Thailand.

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