The “Land of Smiles” is one of the jewels of Southeast Asia.
- Railay Beach
- Koh Phi Phi
- The Grand Palace, Bangkok
- Sunday Walking Street, Chiang Mai
- Wild Elephants at Khao Yai National Park
- Sukhothai Old City
- Historic City of Ayutthaya
- Doi Suthep
- Floating Markets
- Climbing at Tonsai Beach
- Kanchanaburi Bridge
- Waterfalls at Erawan National Park
- Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
- Khao Sok National Park
Because of the thriving tourism industry, Thailand is well-developed and provides all types of recent comforts—yet it is also still wild enough to supply off-the-beaten-path adventure and once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences. Whether you’re here for the world-class beaches within the south or the mountain villages within the north, Thailand won’t disappoint.
Cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai are bustling hives of activity and commerce, but you haven’t really seen the country until you’ve trekked within the mountains or enjoyed some face-time with elephants or the bold monkeys always able to steal your lunch (or your camera, if you are not careful). Thailand’s attractions are diverse, and every provides a rewarding and memorable experience in its own way.
For some inspiration when planning your trip, here’s our list of top tourist attractions in Thailand.