4 Best Things to See and Do in Thailand

Thailand, or “Land of Smiles”, is one of the most tourist-swarmed countries in the world. Thanks to the most intricately put hodgepodge of soul-soothing beaches, sumptuous monuments, vintage palaces, and temples.

But, which hot spots to choose out of a myriad? Don’t worry! To save you the trouble, we have compiled a list of the four best things to see and do in Thailand.

1. Take a Trip to Floating Market

Thai floating market features Venice-like canals bustling with boats selling foods and goods. At Thai floating markets, you can enmesh your time with absolute nuance by experiencing the most surreal riverside shopping.

Thai floating markets offer visitors a wide array of possibilities. Get a boat ride amid winding canals, gallop premium seafood, enjoy ambient views of temples, or have a brief Bangkok highlight tour.

A few must-see floating markets include:

  • Four Regions Floating Market, Pattaya
  • The Amphawa Floating Market, Bangkok
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Bangkok

2. Check Out the Grand Palace

Punctuated by its deluxe architecture, the Grand Palace is the beacon of allure to Bangkok.

The Grand Palace Bangkok is an exquisite repository to a plethora of important buildings that translate the outlook of Thailand’s history and culture. The best destination for all the history buffs!

Make sure you check out Emerald Buddha temple, Prasat Phra Debidorn, and Phra Mondop to understand why the Palace is always bustling with tourists.

3. Sample the Street Food 

The streets of Thailand are sprawled with local vendors and stalls that provide you a great opportunity to sample local Thai specialties, which also, at affordable prices.

If you’re one of those gourmets who always wants to be served with the “perfect” taste, hands down to the Bangkok food street.

The dishes topping the list of best Thai street food include Pad See Eiw, Kai Jeow, and Poh Pia Tod.

4. Chill Out at Railay Beach 

Flanked by skyscraper limestone cliffs, Railay beach is one of the most exotic (accessible-by-boat only) beaches of Krabi province.

The opportunities of rock-climbing, snorkeling, ocean rafting, and scuba diving would definitely escalate your trip to a whole new level of adventure.

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