Escape to Paradise: Discovering Thailand's Must-See Destinations

The Grand Palace

The Siam kings used to live in this building complex in the 18th century. The palace continues to hold several royal rituals every year, making it significant even today.

Mu Ko Ang Thong

In the Gulf of Thailand, there is a marine park. It spans 102 km and has 42 islands.

The Big Buddha

The Buddha statue in Phuket is 45 m long and 25 m wide. It is made of white marble and concrete and is positioned on the top of Nakkerd Hill.

Railay Beach

Railay is a must-see location in Thailand. It's a peaceful beach on a peninsula between Ao Nang and Krabi.

White Temple

A stunning art show complex with a temple-like style is privately held, known as Wat Rong Khun, or White Temple, and constructed as a location for study and meditation.

Ko Lipe

Ko Lipe is a tiny, captivating island that may be found in the stunning Adang Rawl archipelago. Its original purpose was as a home for sea gipsies. credit:wikimedia

Similan Islands

This Thai location is famous for diving, attracting thousands of tourists during the diving season from October to May. You can spot different marine life here.

Khao Phing Kan

Khao Phing Kan Island, located in Phang Nga Bay, is unique because of its extraordinary beauty. The James Bond film - 'The Man with the Golden Gun' also included this islet.

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