Thailand features numerous cultural, natural, and historical attractions. Select from the following categories to learn more about Thailand’s fascinating sites and attractions or browse the highlighted attractions and select those you wish to add to your travel planner by clicking the link with the green circle.
Thailand is a kingdom of wonder, filled with spectacular natural, cultural, and historical attractions. Which Thailand attractions are you looking forward to discovering on your Thailand holiday?
As the political, economic, cultural, culinary, and spiritual capital of Thailand, Bangkok features both old-world charm and modern convenience, at times served up in an apparently chaotic manner, but always with a gracious smile.
Phuket Island is 50km long and you're never far from the sea at any given point. The basic information, listed below, should be studied in advance of a stay on the island. Listed are business hours, practical advice and essential information to make your Phuket stay an optimal one.
One of the hottest beach-resort destinations in Thailand, Pattaya may not be idyllic but it certainly makes up for it with a wide variety of activities, accommodation and nightlife venues.
Thailand's "Rose of the North" is a cultural and natural wonderland with ethnic diversity, a multitude of attractions and welcoming hospitality.
Hua Hin, one of Thailand's premier beach resort towns on the Gulf of Thailand, is less than 200 km south of Bangkok, making it one of the most popular weekend getaway destinations for city residents.
Koh Samui is the premier island destination in the Gulf of Thailand. Samui is easily accessible, features beautiful beaches and a variety of activities, and caters to visitors on any budget.
Krabi, a province on southern Thailand's Andaman coast, is an almost otherworldly region of labyrinthine archipelagos, where islands seem to erupt vertically out of the sea and secluded beaches are only accessible by colorfully adorned long tail boats.
One of the most unique and attractive clusters of islands in the world, Koh Phi Phi is an idyllic island retreat that features a number of beaches that feature a variety of accommodation options and many outdoor activities.
With no less than 50 offshore isles, Koh Chang boasts the finest red gems, sweet Rakam fruits, indigenous dogs, the historic Koh Chang Naval engagement, and is the eastern-most province in Thailand.
Amphoe Pai is small district in the north east of the province of Mae Hongson, Thailand. Pai is very famous for Thai and foreign visitors. There are many important rivers flowing through the district.
Blessed with some of Thailand�s most spectacular beaches and a still unspoiled interior, Koh Phangan is an ideal destination for those looking to party, relax, or engage in wellness programs, such as a yoga or meditation retreat.
Koh Samet is a small island in Rayong province, around 200 km Southeast of Bangkok, along the way to Trat province and the island of Koh Chang. Technically part of Khao Laem Ya - Koh Samet National Park, Koh Samet is a popular weekend getaway for Thais and foreigners living in Bangkok
Khao Lak Seaside is located 32 kilometres from Amphoe Takua Pa and offers another popular seaside attraction. There is a wide sandy beach with rocks of different sizes. The atmosphere is relaxing and suitable for swimming.
Koh Lanta is a 25 km-long island off the Andaman coast of Thailand, south of Phuket and Krabi. Renowned for its long beaches, quiet seclusion, and natural beauty both above and below the water, Koh Lanta is a beach lover�s and scuba diver�s paradise.
Tiny �turtle island� Koh Tao is a top destination for scuba divers though even non divers are easily drawn in by the island�s beauty and its inhabitants charm.The tiny island of Koh Tao Turtle Isla
Koh Lipe is immediately south of Koh Adang and is inhabited by about 500 chao naam who are said to have originated on Koh Lanta in Krabi Province. They subsist on fishing and some cultivation of vegetables and rice on the flatter parts of the island.