Discover the Beauty of Thailand

Thailand is a tourist paradise for everyone. There are many attractions here from white sandy beaches to temples, diverse street food and an interesting array of cultural heritage. In addition, visitors must definitely try the bustling nightlife streets. Thailand is one of the favorite countries of tourists in Southeast Asia because it has many places to play. Besides, the price is not too high and it is very suitable for backpacking for a few days to relieve stress.

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A day trip is an excellent way to visit some of your desired destinations

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Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai - Hua Hin - Khao Yai - Pattaya - Bangkok

Bangkok Go North Thailand Package – 8 Days 7 Nights

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Hidden Corner of Paradise Package – 7 Days 6 Nights

Rejuvenating Thailand – 6 Days 5 Nights

Romantic Wellness Package – 10 Days 9 Nights

Secret Sanctuary Package – Koh Lanta 6 Days 5 Nights

Thailand Discovery Package – 10 Days 9 Nights

Bangkok Connect Package – 4 Days 3 Nights

Elephant Nature Park In 2 Days

4 Days Phuket Stopover

4 Days Pattaya Stopover Package

4 Days Krabi Stopover Package

3 Days 2 Nights Homestay At Mae Kampong

3 Days Empire Khmer In Thailand

Day tours & Excursions

A day trip is an excellent way to visit some of your desired destinations

Amazing Thailand tour

Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai - Hua Hin - Khao Yai - Pattaya - Bangkok

Bangkok Go North Thailand Package – 8 Days 7 Nights

Central Connex Package – 5 Days 4 Nights

Hidden Corner of Paradise Package – 7 Days 6 Nights

Rejuvenating Thailand – 6 Days 5 Nights

Romantic Wellness Package – 10 Days 9 Nights

Secret Sanctuary Package – Koh Lanta 6 Days 5 Nights

Thailand Discovery Package – 10 Days 9 Nights

Bangkok Connect Package – 4 Days 3 Nights

Elephant Nature Park In 2 Days

4 Days Phuket Stopover

4 Days Pattaya Stopover Package

4 Days Krabi Stopover Package

3 Days 2 Nights Homestay At Mae Kampong

3 Days Empire Khmer In Thailand

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Best Place To Visit In Thailand

Must-try in Thailand

Some activities you should experience when traveling to Thailand: 

  • Enjoy Thai street food
  • Experience Thai massage
  • See and learn about Muay Thai
  • Visit many of Thailand’s temples
  • Discover floating markets
  • Explore beautiful islands
  • Visit elephant sanctuaries
 

FAQ

The best time of year to take a Thailand tour is between November to early April during the cool and dry season. Around this time, the temperatures are about 29 to 34 Celsius degrees. 

The climate differs between the eastern and western coasts of South Thailand. During winter, the west coast is highly recommended due to its favorable weather for swimming, snorkelling and diving.

High season 

High season lasts from November to March. The climate is cool and dry with Bangkok being the coolest city. However, the temperature ranges from 29 – 34 Celsius degrees. It is the driest season of Thailand.
If you want to do a North Thailand tour, remember that temperatures can drop really quickly after sunset. Don’t forget to pack some warm clothes.

Shoulder season

Shoulder season begins in April and ends in June. Needless to say: The weather is really hot. For some travelers who come from temperate climates, the extreme heat can truly drain you out. 

In the northern region of Thailand, the monsoon begins at the end of May. From July to October is the rainy season and is also the low season. Rainfall is quite unpredictable. Sometimes it is just a light shower. Other times it can cause terrible flooding. June and August often suffer the heaviest rainfalls, but October will cool down most of the things. 

October is also a good choice if you want to enjoy the cool weather with few showers.

Within Thailand 

As there are 6 international airports and 23 domestic ones, travelling by air is very popular in Thailand. Some airlines include Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, Nok Air, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways and Thai Vietjet Air. 

Although domestic air travel is more expensive than trains and busses, it is still a quick way to get around the country.

Besides, trains are also recommended. The day train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is a lot cheaper than a flight. This is also a much better way to enjoy the scenery of Thailand countryside in daylight. Some might prefer to take a night train in which you can save time by sleeping. But it will bring unique experiences to see the scenery along the railway in daylight.

Every stop, there will be vendors coming on and off selling food for around 15 THB (0.45 USD). 

Within the city 

Tuk tuk, taxi, motorbike taxi, songthaew and busses are common ways of getting around the city. In Bangkok, you can take advantage of the Bangkok BTS Skytrain or Bangkok MRT Subway.

  1. The Grand Palace 

The city that every traveler to Thailand should visit is likely Bangkok. Visitors should start their exploration of the city’s capital, Bangkok, at the Royal Palace, which is the most important landmark. The Royal Palace has developed into one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations thanks to its distinctive architecture and historical significance.

The Royal Palace is divided into 3 areas: the Royal Palace, the Royal Office and the temples. The typical architecture of this place is golden towers, curved roofs, and pointed peaks. At sunset, the whole palace seemed to shine, sparkling in the sky of the city. Not only beautiful and impressive, exploring the Royal Palace also helps visitors gain a fair amount of historical knowledge.

  • Open daily from 08:30 a.m – 15:30 p.m
  • Address: Na Phra Lan Road, Old City (Rattanakosin)
  • Ticket: 500 baht/person (This ticket includes entrance ticket to Vimanmek Palace).
  1. Bangkok Shopping District

Bangkok is famous as the best shopping paradise in Southeast Asia. If visitors still wonder where to go to Thailand, just visit the shopping places in Bangkok. Bangkok shopping areas not only have a variety of goods, but also have unique architecture and attractive dining and coffee areas.

Four major commercial centers in Siam area include Siam Center – Siam Discovery – Siam Paragon – Siam Square One. Besides, visitors should also visit MBK, Central World, Gaysorn, Terminal 21 or Pantip Plaza.

  1. Khao Sok National Park 

Located in Southern Thailand, Khao Sok National Park is situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui. The national park owns the oldest evergreen rainforest in the World with massive limestone mountains standing tall up in the air, deep valleys, magnificent lakes, mysterious caves and wild animals.

Flora

A part of the Khao Sok National Park is tropical evergreen forest and tropical rainforest. There are around 200 different floral species per hectare in Khao Sok. Compared to forests in Europe and North America where there are only 10 tree species per hectare, this number makes Khao Sok one of the most bio-diverse areas. 

Fauna 

The national park is home to many beautiful, impressive and truly amazing animals. There are 48 mammal species, 311 bird species and more than 30 species of bats and numberless reptiles and insects in this Khao Sok’s animal kingdom. Take your opportunity to discover this diverse fauna. 

Fees

With 200 THB (~6 USD) of the entrance ticket, you can freely discover the Khao Sok National Park by trekking, camping or hiking with many incredible walking paths. 

  1. Tropical islands 

Thailand is famous for its millions of beautiful tropical islands. Some of them are packed with people while others have nothing but trees. You will have endless choices of tropical islands in Thailand. 

Here are some recommended islands that you might have heard: Phuket, Ko Phi Phi, the Similan Islands, Ko Samui, Ko Tao, Ko Chang, Ko Lanta, Ko Jum, Koh Lipe, Ko Samet, Ko Taruato. 

Phuket 

Phuket is one of the must-visit destinations in Thailand. This is the biggest island in this country. That is why some parts of it are overdeveloped with flocks of tourists. Besides, Phuket has more than 30 beaches to offer good sunbathing, swimming and diving. As a result, this is the World’s top beach destinations with fine white sands, big palm trees, glittering seas and lively towns.

The most popular destinations in Phuket are Promthep Cape, Phuket Old Town, Racha Island, Patong Beach and Big Budha. 

Ko Phi Phi

Ko Phi Phi was destroyed by a brutal tsunami in 2004. Now, it has been rebuilt and become more attractive than ever. 

The beauty of Ko Phi Phi simply can’t be resisted. Here is a list of things you can explore on this island: go diving and sunbathing at the famous Maya Bay, getting to know the naughty monkeys on the Monkey beach, enjoying the restless nightlife.

Koh Lipe

This semi-off the map island is located in Southern Thailand. This beautiful island has the best seafood of all with the friendly locals keeping you company whenever you feel lonely. The water is warm and perfect for daily swim. This L-shaped island is situated on the outskirts of the Tarutao National Marine Park. 

The three main beaches of Koh Lipe are Sunset Beach, Sunrise Beach and Pattaya Beach. The island is famous for snorkelling and scuba diving. The coral reefs of Ko Lipe are easy to reach as well. Koh Lipe has been through rapid development to satisfy the demand of tourism. 

  1. Floating markets in Bangkok

Floating markets are great attractions in Bangkok. Any Thailand travellers has visited a floating market at least one time during their trip. What is special about the floating markets is the chaos, flavours, colors and atmosphere of this common space. Imagine how refreshing it is to buy some fruits from a passing boat. 

Some of the famous floating markets are Damnoen Saduak, Taling Chan Weekend Floating Market, Amphawa Floating Market, Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market.

For a long time, the street food of Thailand has always left an unforgettable impression in the hearts of tourists not only because of its deliciousness and diversity according to each city, but also because of its affordable prices and the people who are always warm. Below are some typical food visitors have to try:

Tomyum  

Spicy shrimp soup is considered the national dish in Thailand. With a distinct sour and spicy taste, a rich broth of lemongrass and other herbs that are seasoned in harmony, Tomyum is a dish that any visitor to Thailand must try. Tomyum prices range from 30,000 to 60,000 VND

Some delicious Tomyum restaurants in Thailand

  • T&K Seafood (Address: 49 – 51 Phadung Dao Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok; Opening hours: 4:00 p.m to 2:00 a.m)
  • Rung Reung Pork Noodles (Address: 103 Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok; Opening hours: 08:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m)
  • Tom Yum Kung Restaurant (Address: 9 Khaosan Rd, Taladyod Phra Nakhon, Bangkok; Opening hours: 11:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m)
  • Laem Charoen Seafood (Address: 991 Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan district, Bangkok; Opening hours: 10:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m)
  • Tom Yum Kung Banglamphu (Address: Soi Kraisi, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok; Opening hours: 9:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m)

Pad Thai 

Stir-fried dry noodle with shrimp, peanuts, bean sprouts and fried egg. This dish is sold in all the streets of Thailand because they are cheap and easy to find. The sour taste of lemon mixed with the rich taste of chicken, pork and shrimp will give visitors a lingering taste that is hard to leave. Pad Thai Prices range from 40,000 to 60,000 VND

Some delicious Pad Thai restaurants in Thailand

  • Pad Thai Thip Samai (Address: 313 – 315 Maha Chai Road, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Thailand; Opening hours: 4:00 p.m to 1:00 a.m)
  • Pad Thai Ekamai (Address: 303/4 Soi Sukhumvit 63, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand; Opening hours: 10:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m)
  • Pad Thai Mae Am (Address: 5 2253/5 Rama IV Road, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand; Opening hours: 11:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m from monday to friday and 02:00 p.m to 10 p.m on sunday)
  • Baan Phadthai (Address: 21-23 Đường Charoen Krung 44, đường Bắc Sathorn, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand; Opening hours 11:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m)
  • Nara (Address: 494 Rama I Road, Khwaeng Lumphini, quận Lumphini, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand; Opening hours: 10:00 a.m to 09:30 p.m)

Somtam

Papaya salad is one of the street specialties in Thailand that visitors must try. The salad is made from shredded green papaya, mixed with raw crab, and spicy sauce, creating a sweet taste that is not fishy. Somtam prices range from 20,000 to 70,000 VND

Some delicious Somtam restaurants in Thailand

  • Som Tam Nua (Address: 392/14 Siam Square Soi 5, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok; Opening hours: 10:45 a.m to 09:30 p.m)
  • Somtum Der (Address: 5/5 đường SalaDaeng, Silom and 351/2 Sukhumvit 55; Opening hours: 11:00 a.m to 2:30 p.m and 04:30 p.m to 10:30 p.m)

Khao Niew Ma Muang

Mango sticky rice is also a famous street food dish in the land of the Golden Temple. Sticky rice seeds are very flexible, white and fragrant, eaten with pieces of ripe and sweet mango, combined with fatty coconut milk, is the perfect dessert in the heat of this country. The Khao Niew Ma Muang prices range from 50,000 to 110,000 VND

Some delicious Khao Niew Ma Muang restaurants in Thailand

  • Kor Panich (Address: 431 – 433 Tanao Road, Bangkok, Thailand; Opening hours: 07:00 a.m to 06:00 p.m)
  • Boonsap Thai Desserts (Address: 1478 Charoen Krung Road, Bangkok, Thailand; Opening hours: 07:00 a.m to 05:00 p.m)
  • Muhammad Roddee (Address: Sukhumvit Soi 77 & Phatthanakan Road intersection, Bangkok, Thailand)
  • Je Meaw Sukhumvit 38 (Address: Street Food Court, Sukhumvit Soi 38, Thonglor, Bangkok; Opening hours: 05:00 p.m to 01:00 a.m)
  • Yod Thong (Address: Thanon Sena Nikhom 1, Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230; Opening hours: 07:00 a.m to 09:00 p.m)

Most foreign visitors arriving by air are granted a 30-day visa-free entry to Thailand, while those arriving by land may only receive a 15-day visa-free entry. However, visitors from some countries may require a visa in advance. It’s recommended to check with the Thai embassy or consulate in your home country for specific visa requirements.

Thailand has good internet and mobile phone service, with many cafes, restaurants, and hotels offering free Wi-Fi. It’s recommended to purchase a local SIM card for your mobile phone upon arrival to get affordable data and call services.

The official language of Thailand is Thai, but English is also widely spoken in many tourist areas

Credit cards are widely accepted in major tourist areas in Thailand, but it’s recommended to carry cash for smaller purchases or when traveling to more remote areas.

Thailand is in the Indochina Time Zone (ICT), which is 7 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+7).

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About Bangkok

Tom Yum Noodle Soup: Tom Yum Noodle Soup has become a beloved staple in Bangkok’s culinary landscape with its invigorating combination of spicy, sour, and fragrant elements.  

  • Recommended restaurant: ThePlace168 Restaurant – 1st floor JuldisManshion Soi Phetchaburi 19, Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, Thailand 

Boat Noodles: Boat Noodles feature tender and thin rice noodles that soak up the rich broth, creating a comforting texture. Common meat options include succulent beef or pork, which is thinly sliced and added to the soup. 

  • Recommended restaurant:  Pranakorn Noodle Restaurant – Ratchawithi Road, Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, Thailand 

Wanton Noodles: Wanton Noodle is a popular dish in Bangkok that showcases the delightful fusion of Thai and Chinese culinary influences. This food combines egg noodles, succulent wantons, slices of char siu (barbecue pork), leafy vegetables, and spring onions.

  • Recommended restaurant: Gokfayuen Restaurant – 161/7 Soi Thong Lo 9, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand 

Som Tum Thai: Som Tum Thai is renowned for its harmonious blend of flavors. The dressing typically combines tangy lime juice, fish sauce, palm sugar, and crushed peanuts, creating a delicate balance of sweet, sour, and salty notes.  

  • Recommended restaurant: Somtam Nua Restaurant – 1031 Phloen Chit Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, Thailand 

Pad Thai: With its combination of rice noodles, savory sauce, and an array of toppings, Pad Thai has become a global favorite and a quintessential part of Bangkok’s culinary landscape.

  • Recommended restaurant: Thipsamai Restaurant – 313 315 Maha Chai Road, Samran Rat, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand 

Pad Woon Sen: Pad Woon Sen is a delightful Thai stir-fry dish showcasing light and translucent glass noodles and a medley of flavorsome ingredients. It’s a balance of sweet, savory, and tangy flavors. 

  • Recommended restaurant: Tamnak Isan Ekkamai Restaurant – 86/1Sukhumvit Road Prakhanong Nue, Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand  

Oyster And Mussel Omelette: Oyster and Mussel Omelette combines the salty goodness of oysters and mussels with a fluffy egg omelette. This food is sure to satisfy seafood lovers’ cravings.

  • Recommended restaurant: Nai Mong Hoi Thod Restaurant – 539 Phlap Phla Chai Road, Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok, Thailand

Check In the famous tourist attractions in Bangkok

  • Visit the Grand Palace Royal Palace

Visiting the Grand Palace is one of the things to do in Bangkok. Located right in the city center, Grand Palace is a famous tourist destination, built by King Rama 1 in 1782, the Grand Palace served as the residence of the Thai royal family for over 100 years. The complex primarily serves as a tourist attraction these days, but it’s definitely one you shouldn’t miss.

Since the Grand Palace is an iconic sight in Bangkok, it is always extremely busy. Come early in the morning if you don’t want to be jostled. While it’s possible to explore the Grand Palace on your own, a guided tour is even better to learn a little more about the site’s history.

  • Visiting the Temple of the Emerald Buddha

The next thing you need to do in your list of things to do in Bangkok is visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha

This is one of the most famous temples in Thailand. Besides the unique architecture, the temple is also famous for owning a giant jade statue. It is not wrong to say that for Thai people, this statue is like a national treasure.

Thai people believe that anyone who visits this temple will encounter good luck and good things in life. So if you have a trip to Thailand, come here to pray for your loved ones and friends!

  • Immerse yourself in the rhythm of Chinese life in Chinatown

An indispensable experience of the things to do in Bangkok is to immerse yourself in Chinese life. Chinatown is like a miniature Chinatown in the heart of Bangkok. Chinatown has always been an attractive destination for tourists because of its uniqueness and characteristics. Coming here, you will be surprised by its excitement and bustle. From culture to architecture, they are boldly Chinese.

More than that, you will have the opportunity to enjoy Chinese dishes. The street corners and roads here are also the ultimate check-in points for young people. If you have the opportunity to visit Bangkok, do not miss Chinatown.

  • Shopping on the floating market Damnoen Saduak

One of the locations that tourists adore greatly is the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. One of the first floating marketplaces to emerge in the Golden Temple region is this one. The variety of things available here is comparable to those in markets on the ground.

You can freely shop for the necessary items. Coming here, you will have the opportunity to see boats filled with goods of all colors. Even these boats sell food.

  • Visit Safari World Bangkok

The next destination that should not be missed in the things to do when traveling to Bangkok is Safari World Bangkok. This is a very large wildlife park. When you come here, you will feel like you are immersed in nature. Wild animals have never been so close to you.

The two sections of Safari World Bangkok are separated. As mentioned earlier, one portion is an open zoo. The other place is Marine Park, a marine park filled with adorably adorable marine life.

The performances with the animals here will make you feel relaxed and happy. You can explore the park all day long without getting tired. Along with that, there are more very special photos. Visiting Safari World Bangkok is one of the things to do in Bangkok.

  • Try Bangkok’s signature dishes

 

Talad Rod Fai – Train Market

  • Location: Srinakarin Road, Soi 51 (behind Seacon Square).
  • Opening hours: 17:00 to midnight, every Thursday to Sunday

The Rot Fai market, now known as the Train Market (also known as Talad Rod Fai), was formerly situated near to the defunct railroad tracks. This outdoor market offers a wide range of goods, including electrical equipment, motorcycle components, vintage and hippy design clothing, souvenirs, and collectibles. The market is painted in vivid hues thanks to the store stall roofs. The products that sell the best here are antiques or imitations of antiques. Additionally, you can choose from a variety of Thai-inspired foods like Pad Thai, Thai milk tea, skewers, and grilled sausages. Talad Rod Fai Night Market will definitely bring you interesting experiences

Pratunam Market

  • Location: Crossroads of Ratchaprarop and Petchburi
  • Opening hours: 24/24

It is impossible to discuss Bangkok’s well-known night markets without mentioning the extremely well-known Pratunam. Many tourists in Thailand are aware of the sizable market known as Pratunam. The majority of the things sold in this sector are fashion-related, including socks, shoes, and accessories in a range of materials and styles, especially branded goods for streetwear. A fashion item costs only between 100 and 500 baht, which is really affordable.

This market often sells cheap goods, so you have to understand that it is “sida” goods, but anyway, buying and wearing them a few times is ok because the price is so cheap but the design is beautiful. Just note that there are a lot of fake goods here, so don’t see a genuine brand but be happy, don’t be disappointed.

Patpong Market

  • Location: About 5 minutes walk from Sala Daeng BTS station
  • Opening hours: 18:00 – 01:00, from Tuesday to Sunday.

Patpong – one of Bangkok’s night markets is busy with customers until 1 a.m. This is a familiar dating spot for young Thai people, when it converges to countless bars and restaurants “lemon and lemon”. Tourists just immerse themselves in music, while shopping, what’s more interesting than that! You can also find a lot of food stalls with affordable prices. Get ready to recharge your batteries through the night.

Chatuchak Market

  • Location: Mo Chit BTS station or Kamphaeng Phet MRT station
  • Opening hours: every Friday night from 21:00 – 03:00

Chatuchak Friday night market is likened to a student night market in Thu Duc University village, because the guests here are mainly young people. The market sells all kinds of goods, from handicrafts to technology items, ornamental plants, food and drink… Coming to Chatuchak weekend market, you can find everything you need, so if you want to buy some Thai gifts as a gift, just come here.

Khao San Night Market

  • Location: Located at KhaoSan Road.
  • Opening hours: Open 24/7, after 23:00, there are less customers.

Khao San is a famous neighborhood in Bangkok, which is familiar to both domestic and foreign tourists. This is not only an ideal place to enjoy Thai street food, but also a place where you will easily find a lot of interesting things, from souvenirs, to dresses, shoes, jewelry… with a very attractive price. Spending an evening walking in Khao San is sure to bring back many delicious-healthy-cheap items.

Saphan Phut Night Market

  • Location: Memorial Bridge or Saphan Phut Pier on Chao Phraya River.
  • Opening hours: From 17:30 to 00:00 every day of the week except Sunday

Trading occurs frequently in the Saphan Phut neighborhood, which is close to Memorial Bridge. This location has grown over time to be a well-known night market in Bangkok. Here, you can purchase things for yourself such as shirts, pants, and trendy accessories… There are many counterfeit fashion goods from well-known companies available for purchase. As a result, there are many students and students in this location.

Khlong Lod Market

  • Address: Ratchadamnoen Klang Road
  • Opening hours: 18:00 – 00:00 the same day

It would be a mistake to visit Bangkok’s night market without going to Khlong Lod Market. Because there are many intriguing items in this market that you can discover. Here are the food stalls and stalls selling second-hand items that are the easiest to view. You can try to decide which of the many new and excellently used products to acquire. Since there are many people coming and going to buy and sell items at this market right now, its space is steadily expanding to a larger extent.

Talad Neon Night Market

  • Location: Petchburi Road, Pratunam
  • Opening hours: 17:00 – 00:00, Thursday – Sunday

Talad Neon night market is located right in the Pratunam area, next to Platinum Fashion Mall, so you can easily come here from the center. Talad Neon Night Market is also easily identifiable through its colorful huts. Not inferior to the Rot Fai night market, Talad Neon is also a culinary paradise with all the interesting dishes in the world, cute “lost” items and many great games.

Changchui Bangkok Plane Market

  • Location: 462 Sirindhorn Rd, Bangkok
  • Opening hours: 17:00 – 23:00

The reason the market is called Changchui Bangkok Plane Market is because right in the middle of the night market is an old Airbus plane used as a decoration. This is also the highlight of Chang Chui night market with the message: “Nothing is too old to throw away”.

The clothing shops at Chang Chui night market seem to be perfect for those of you who are passionate about hip hop or street fashion. There are undoubtedly innumerable virtual living nooks here, and the more you explore, the more you will notice really well-designed bars and restaurants. Along with serving traditional Thai cuisine, Chang Chui Night Market also houses upscale eateries, tea shops, and bars. Occasionally a band performance will take place during the weekend as well.

Bangkok Asiatique the Riverfront Night Market

  • Location: 2194 Charoen Krung Rd, Khwaeng Wat Phraya Krai, Khet Bang Kho Laem
  • Opening hours: 16:00 – 00:00, daily.

This is a complex of dining, shopping and entertainment. Asiatique the Riverfront is more luxurious than the usual night market because the whole area is clean and tidy. Asiatique the Riverfront is mostly a restaurant serving from international to Thai cuisine, and there is no shortage of cute little shops with desserts that just look craving.

In terms of shopping, Asiatique the Riverfront is full of fashion items, souvenirs, accessories, jewelry… However, the prices here are quite higher than other night markets. The item is mainly for tourists to choose quality souvenirs.

  • Mandarin Oriental Bangkok: This iconic 5-star hotel is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and offers luxurious rooms, world-class dining, and a relaxing spa.
  • The Okura Prestige Bangkok: This modern 5-star hotel is located in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district and offers stunning views of the city, a rooftop pool, and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
  • The Siam: This 5-star boutique hotel is located in the historic Dusit district and offers a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city, with luxurious rooms, a spa, and a private pier for riverboat tours.
  • Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel: This 5-star hotel is located in the upscale Rajadamri neighborhood and offers luxurious rooms, a relaxing spa, and easy access to Bangkok’s best shopping and dining.
  • Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok: This 5-star hotel is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River and offers stunning views of the city, luxurious rooms, and world-class dining.

About Chiang Rai

Admire the White Temple – Wat Rong Khun

The White Temple, also known as Wat Rong Khun, is located 13 km south of Chiang Rai. This temple is so famous that you might see it on almost postcards. The white buildings are built with plaster and shards of glass that shine brilliantly under the sunlight. 

In fact, the amazing architecture and artsy objects really make the temple look like something out of a fairy tale. Also, it is believed that when you cross the bridge entering the White Temple, happiness remains and temptation is left behind.

The White Temple also features a Buddha statue, a golden temple, a 2nd museum and a souvenir shop selling souvenirs. 

  • Location: 13 km south of Chiang Rai, Thailand
  • Entrance fee: 50 Baths
  • How to go: by car, bus,  songtaew (collective taxi)
  • Best time to visit: morning

 

Visit The Blue Temple – Wat Rong Suea Ten

A more modern temple that is highly recommended by many tourists is the Bule Temple aka Wat Rong Suea Ten. This temple officially opened in 2016 and beckons with its vibrant colors. It is almost blue, inside and outside. 

The place is about 3 kilometers from the Clock Tower in the center of Chiang Rai. Inside the temple stands a big white-sitting Buhda statue and the wall is filled with intricate paintings depicting the life of Buddha. Outside, you can see numerous blue statues including dragons and guards. 

Even though the Blue Temple is in progress, it is free for tourists to admire, which is a real bonus. To escape the tourist hordes, you should visit there in the early morning or in the late afternoon. 

  • Location: 3 kilometers from the Clock Tower in the center of Chiang Rai
  • Entrance fee: Free
  • How to go: by car, tuk-tuk, or taxi
  • Best time to visit: early morning or late afternoon. 

 

Visit Wat Phra Kaew

If you want to fully soak up the religious feeling, Wat Phra Kaew is the right place for you. Unlike the White Temple and The Blue Temple which attracts tourists by their outstanding architecture, Wat Phra Kaew is a favorite haunt of local people. 

Established in 1782 by King Rama I, the Buddhist temple houses the Emerald Buddha statue which is a potent religiopolitical symbol of Thai society. Today, the real Emerald Buddha is moved to the Grand Palace, in Bangkok and that in Wat Phra Kaew is actually a copy. 

When visiting Wat Phra Kaew, remember to dress formally. Men must wear long pants and shirts with sleeves. Women must wear long skirts or long pants to cover up their knees, but no tight leggings are allowed. Shoulders should be kept covered and no see-through clothes, sleeveless tops can be worn. 

  • Location:  19, Area1, Trairat Road, Wiang District, Muang County, Chiang Rai 
  • Entrance fee: Free
  • Opening hours: 8 am until 5 pm Daily
  • How to go: by car, tuk-tuk

 

Explore the Tham Luong Cave

In 2018, a Thai soccer team trapped inside the Tham Luong Cave captured the world’s attention. At that time, the soccer team and their assistant coach got stuck there for almost two weeks. Torrential rains blocked their exit and the rescue operation was complicated. After making great efforts, the event came at a more or less happy ending when all 12 boys and the coach are successfully rescued, but a diver died. 

Now, tourists are only allowed to enter a small section of the cave due to safety regulations. However, you can get more details about the deeply moving story by looking at detailed maps, a memorial statue and a recreated tunnel section around the cave. 

  • Location: Tham Luang–Khun Nam Nang Non-Forest Park, Mae Sai, Chiang Rai Province, Thailand
  • Entrance fee: Free
  • How to go: by walking, shuttle
  • Best time to visit: in the daytime. 

 

Tour Around Singha Park

Singha Park is situated on the outskirts of the city, about 6 km from the White Temple. It is a great place for total relaxation and a laid-back atmosphere. 

Interestingly, Singha Park is owned by one of Thailand’s prime beer providers – the Singha Beer Company. Entering the park, you will be stunned by a huge Golden Lion monument where tourists always pause to snap some photos.

Inside the park, you can easily find a food court with cafes and shops. Walking around, you can find a lot of cycling routes, lakes, an educational farm, a mini zoo, fruit orchards, tea plantations and sports centers. Singha Park is quite large, so you may have to rent a car, tuk-tuk, or take small tourist trains to fully explore the park. 

  • Location: situated on the outskirts of the city, about 6 km from the White Temple
  • Entrance fee: Free entrance, but zip lines, bikes and trains are charged. 
  • How to go: by car, tuk-tuk or tourist train

 

Hike To Khun Korn’s waterfall

Khun Korn’s Waterfall is the highest and most magnificent waterfall in Chiang Rai. This place is a paradise for those who want to be close to nature during their trip. 

It is located 15 km west of Singha Park and 30 kilometers to the West of Chiang Rai City. After parking your car, it will take you 30 minutes to trek through a bamboo grove. The path is quite slippery, so remember to wear sturdy shoes and be careful at every step. 

At 70 meters high, the waterfall offers an adventurous experience for visitors with vigorous water flow. You are allowed to swim there. Let’s dive into the waves to let the cool water refresh your mind. Remember that the site closes at 4:30 pm. 

  • Location: 15 km west of Singha Park and 30 km to the West of Chiang Rai City
  • Entrance fee: Free entrance and parking
  • How to go: by car, then hiking 
  • Recommended spending time:  2 hours

 

Experience Saturday Night Market

If you visit Chiang Rai at the weekends, the “Saturday or Sunday Walking Street” is a must-visit spot. Especially, on Saturday nights, Thanalai Road is packed with hundreds of stalls offering street food, handicrafts, and souvenirs. The street food is so great that 

What’s more, sometimes you can enjoy live music performances as well as beautiful art displays of light and flowers along the street. This is a good opportunity for tourists to mingle with locals and grasp a better understanding of the local lifestyle. 

  • Location: Thanalai Road
  • Opening time: every night
  • Best time to visit: on weekends

 

Eat at Chiang Rai’s Night Bazaar

The Night Bazaar is located right in the heart of Chiang Rai City. It is highly recommended that you should come here to taste the food in wooden restaurants and grab something you like for souvenirs or mementos. 

“Hot pot” is considered a delicacy that has a characteristic spicy flavor. The dish is cooked in a steaming metal pot and served with soups and baskets of meats, seafood, vegetables and herbs. You are able to mix these ingredients yourself in the boiling soup. 

  • Location: in the heart of Chiang Rai City
  • Opening hours: 6 pm to midnight
  • Highlights: “hot pot” and other street food

 

Go to Baan Dam Museum – The Black House

Another popular destination on this list is the Baan Dam Museum, which is about 15 kilometers north of Chiang Rai. This museum is commonly known as the Black House or Black Temple owing to the fact that it consists of forty small black houses. 

Originally, the Baan Dam Museum is created by a well-known Thai artist, named  Thawan Duchanee. His works often deal with objects like death and agony. Inside the building, you can find a collection of sculptures, animal bones, paintings, horns and even gold items. In fact, the artwork is displayed in a messy way and could make you feel uneasy. But it’s still worth your visit for its feature as an art gallery and combination museum. 

  • Location: 15 kilometers north of Chiang Rai
  • Entrance fee: 80 Baths
  • How to go: by car, songtaew, tuk-tuk

 

Visit Elephant Steps Sanctuary

The Elephant Steps Sanctuary is a perfect place for animal lovers, particularly those who enjoy playing with elephants. The sanctuary is designed as a semi-freedom place providing conditions that are as close as possible to their natural habitats. 

For adults, there is a charge of about 2500 baths, and that for children is cheaper. The fee includes lunch, insurance, travel and drinks. At Elephant Steps Sanctuary, visitors will have a chance to follow elephants through the jungle, bathing and feeding them. You will also watch them behave as they should, and laugh with them. 

  • Location: close to Chiang Rai
  • Entrance fee: 2500 baths/ adults
  • Best for: animal lovers 

 

If you have more time to spend in and around Chiang Rai, these are other recommended places for you to pay a visit: 

  • Wat Huay Pla Kung: admire the statue of Guanyin who is known as “the one who hears the cries of the world.”
  • The Golden Triangle: a major opium cultivation and heroin production center
  • Pong Phrabat Hot Springs: come here for total relaxation and try cooking eggs in hot water

Mae Salong: immerse yourself in numerous tea plantations

Ran Lab Sanam Keela  

Number one on this list is Lab Sanam Keela, a local restaurant serving the best taste of Northern Thai dishes. Flipping through the picture menu, you will be impressed that many Thai meals are meat-heavy and packed with baskets of colorful vegetables and herbs. 

Lab Sanam Keela is locals’ old haunt as it is the go-to restaurant for authentic northern flavor. When you visit there, remember to try Yang Ruam (pork meat served with liver and nam jim – a kind of dipping sauce), Jeen Neung (steamed beef), and Tom sab moo (pork soup with fatty broth and aromatic coriander).

  • Location: Naarsanarmkeera Road Rop Wiang, Chiang Rai, Thailand
  • Opening hours: 10 am – 9 pm daily.

 

Chivit Thamma Da Coffee House, Bistro & Bar

Chivit Thamma Da is a small family-run Café and Bistro located right on the banks of the beautiful Kok River in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand. Food and drinks here are locally produced, which brings a fresh taste of northern Thai food to customers and greatly supports the Chiang Rai community. 

The food menu has both local Thai and European options, so there is something for everyone and this restaurant is also known for its bakery and the options of a range of cakes after the meal. You will definitely be stuck with savory dishes here and fully soak up the stunning view of the river nearby. 

  • Location: 179 Moo 2 Rim Kok, Chiang Rai 57000 Thailand
  • Opening hours: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM daily

 

Lu Lum Restaurant Chiangrai

Another restaurant offering a great view of the river is Lu Lum Restaurant. It is located in a charming wooden house and features a spacious and cozy dining room.

The menu at Lulum is extensive with many dishes that showcase the chef’s innovative approach to Thai cooking. There are options for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike, and the ingredients are all fresh and locally sourced. Lulum Restaurant is also a perfect place for family and friend get-togethers. 

Must-try dishes at Lu Lum Restaurant include Gaeng hang lay ( Northern Thai pork belly curry), Nam prik nam boo (Thai spicy chili sauce typical of Thai cuisine), chicken tom yum and steamed beef in chili, and Gaeng naw mai pla haeng (curry with bamboo shoots and dried fish). 

There is a warning that Lu Lum Restaurant is always crowded in the evening and you cannot make a reservation. 

  • Location: Kwai Wai Road, Rob Wiang Subdistrict, Mueang Chiang Rai District, Chiang Rai
  • Opening hours: 10:30 AM–9 PM daily

 

De Lanna Riverfront Café & Restaurant

If you want to enjoy a laid-back atmosphere during your meal, head to De Lanna Riverfront Cafe’ & Restaurant.  It may take you a 5-minute tuk-tuk ride from the Chiang Rai Clock Tower to get to this spot. The restaurant offers authentic flavors of Italian and Thai cuisine. Some standouts are Yum Hoi Nam Rong (spicy clam salad), the Yum Tua Plu Kung Sot (wing bean salad), pizzas, pasta, salads and stir-fries. 

In addition to an extensive menu, De Lanna Riverfront Café & Restaurant offers spacious outdoor seating which is suitable for group eating. Reservation for a table and take-out is available. 

  • Location: 211/7 Moo 20, Kwae Wai Rd., Chiang Rai 57000 Thailand
  • Opening hours:  8 am to 10 pm daily

 

Favola at Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort

Favola is one of the best Italian restaurants in Chiang Rai. It lies on the Kok River, offering good scenery and fresh air along the river. The price is a little bit higher than other restaurants but you will be surprised by its varied menu and splendid service. Favola has Vegetarian- friendly dishes, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options. Also, this Italian restaurant is truly a paradise for wine lovers because there are several brands of wine served there. 

At Favola, people always eat pizza, lasagna, Caprese salad, minestrone, bruschetta, and cheesecake with passion fruit. Parma Burrata Salad, Seafood Stew, and Slow-cooked lamb shank are elaborate dishes that visitors cannot miss. 

  • Location:  221/2 Moo 20 Kwaewai Road, Robwieng Amphur Muang, Chiang Rai
  • Opening hours:  11:00 AM-10:00 PM daily

 

Melt in Your Mouth

Perched on the side of the Kok River, Melt in Your Mouth is elegantly decorated in a British style. The restaurant is white-based, and adorned by green houseplants, which improves air quality and levels up your mood to a great extent. 

The menu includes salty dishes, cakes and a variety of drinks. You can quickly order any dishes that you like, choose your favorite dining corners and enjoy your meals. 

  • Location: 268 Village No. 21, Wiang City, Amphoe Mueang, Chiang Rai
  • Opening hours: 9 am to 7 pm daily

 

Ribs & Co

Ribs & Co is a non-Thai restaurant that features Western cuisine, especially American dishes. You can go for the specialty pork ribs which are highly recommended by many tourists. The soft-shell crab salad is mouth-watering. To flavor your meal, you can take a sip of red wine or craft beer. 

Besides, Ribs & Co offers a wide variety of Western dishes such as potato chips, boiled salmon, spaghetti, and local beer. Both mains were prepared perfectly and had plenty of taste. It’s a nice dining option if you crave something other than Thai food and appreciate great service!

  • Location: 590/2 Phaholyothin Rd, Wiang City, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
  • Opening hours: 11 am to 10 pm daily

 

Roti Pa Yai

If you are searching for a restaurant offering delicious Thai Muslim cuisine, look no further than Roti Pa Yai Restaurant. Located on the east side of Chiang Rai, Roti Pa Yai has an open-air, clean and quiet dining setting. People often come here for breakfasts (from 6 am to 10 am) and dinners (from 4 pm to 10 pm). 

The owners are Muslims so you don’t have to bother about halal certifications. Also, the staff is attentive and every meal is beautifully decorated. Eaters highly recommend having Roti with chicken curry, Roti with bananas and especially the outstanding northern Thai sausage.  

  • Location:  Thanon Nasanamkila, Rimkok, Muaeng Chiang Rai
  • Opening hours: 6 am to 10 am breakfast; 4 pm to 10 pm dinner.

 

Give Green Farm House Restaurant

For those who want their meals to be gluten-free, head to Give Green Farm House Restaurant. The menu at Give Green Farm House focuses on using fresh, locally sourced ingredients to make nutritious and tasty dishes, catering to a wide range of dietary restrictions and preferences. It’s the perfect dining area for vegans, vegetarians and meat lovers.

  • Location: 300 Moo 13 Near Baan Dam Black House Museum Tombol Nang-Lea, Chiang Rai 
  • Opening hours: 9 am – 9 pm Daily

 

Kunda Vegan Vegetarian

Kunda Vegan Vegetarian is well known for its eye-catching setting and delectable vegan dishes. There is a big selection of attractive dishes such as salad, toasted bread, etc. and nutritious drinks like smoothies, coffee, and handmade saffron milk. 

Besides, Kunda still offers some kinds of Western cuisines such as Vegan Schmegan, Crepe, vegan brownies and beefsteak. Even if you are a picky eater, you will definitely fall in love with the elaborate dishes at Kunda Vegan Vegetarian. 

  • Location: 372 Trairat Rd, Tambon Wiang, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai

Opening hours: 11:00 – 16:00 Daily, closed on Monday

  • Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort: This 5-star resort is located on the banks of the Kok River and offers luxurious rooms, a relaxing spa, and a beautiful infinity pool. The resort also has a great location, just a short drive from the city center and many local attractions.
  • The Legend Chiang Rai Boutique River Resort & Spa: This boutique resort is situated on the Mae Kok River and offers stylish rooms, a serene spa, and a peaceful atmosphere. The resort also has a great restaurant and is just a short drive from the city center and the famous White Temple.
  • The Riverie by Katathani: This 5-star hotel is located on the banks of the Mae Kok River and offers luxurious rooms, a beautiful pool, and a variety of dining options. The hotel also has a great location, just a short walk from the city center and the famous Night Bazaar.
  • Laluna Hotel & Resort: This charming boutique hotel is situated in a peaceful area just outside the city center and offers stylish rooms, a relaxing pool, and a beautiful garden. The hotel also has a great restaurant and a friendly staff.

Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort: This luxurious resort is located in the beautiful Golden Triangle area and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and rivers. The resort also has an elephant camp on site, where guests can interact with the gentle giants and learn about their care and conservation.

  • Chiang Rai Night Bazaar: This is the largest and most well-known night market in Chiang Rai, located in the heart of the city. You can find a wide variety of food, clothing, handicrafts, and souvenirs. 

Open every night from around 6pm to midnight.

 

  • Saturday Night Walking Street: This popular night market takes place every Saturday on Thanalai Road, near the Old Bus Station. Here you can find a variety of food, live music, and handicrafts. 

Open from around 5pm to 10pm.

 

  • Sunday Night Walking Street: This night market takes place every Sunday on Jet Yod Road, near the King Mengrai Monument. Here you can find a variety of food, live music, and handicrafts. 

Open from around 5pm to 10pm.

 

  • Huay Pla Kang Cultural Night Market: This night market is located about 20 minutes outside of Chiang Rai and offers a unique cultural experience. Here you can find local food, handicrafts, and cultural performances.

Open every night from around 5pm to 10pm.

About Chiang Mai

  • Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai: This luxurious resort is located outside the city center and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and rice paddies. The resort also has a relaxing spa, infinity pool, and world-class dining.
  • Anantara Chiang Mai Resort: This 5-star resort is located in the heart of Chiang Mai, along the banks of the Mae Ping River. The resort offers luxurious rooms, a beautiful pool, and a relaxing spa. The resort also has a great location, just a short walk from the Night Bazaar and other local attractions.
  • Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai: This luxurious resort is located just outside the city center and offers a peaceful and serene atmosphere. The resort is designed in the style of a traditional Lanna kingdom and features stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, and luxurious rooms.
  • Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai: This 5-star resort is located in a peaceful area just outside the city center and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The resort has a beautiful infinity pool, relaxing spa, and spacious rooms with private balconies.
  • RatiLanna Riverside Spa Resort: This 5-star resort is located along the banks of the Mae Ping River and offers luxurious rooms, a beautiful pool, and a relaxing spa. The resort also has a great location, just a short drive from the city center and many local attractions.
  • Lila Thai Massage: This massage center is located in the Old City and offers traditional Thai massages as well as other spa treatments. The center also trains and employs blind masseurs in order to help create job opportunities for people with disabilities.
  • Fah Lanna Spa: This spa is located just outside the Old City and offers a variety of massages and spa treatments. The spa has a relaxing atmosphere and uses natural ingredients and essential oils in their treatments.
  • Green Bamboo Massage: This massage center is located in the Night Bazaar area and offers traditional Thai massages as well as other spa treatments. The center has a friendly and welcoming staff and reasonable prices.
  • Oasis Spa: This spa is located just outside the city center and offers a variety of massages and spa treatments. The spa has a beautiful garden setting and offers private outdoor rooms for couples massages.

Let’s Relax Spa: This spa is located in the Nimman area and offers a variety of massages and spa treatments. The spa has a modern and stylish atmosphere and offers reasonable prices

  • Phuket: Phuket is a popular tourist destination located about 1,000 km south of Chiang Mai. The island has many beautiful beaches, clear waters, and a variety of water activities.
  • Krabi: Krabi is a province in southern Thailand located about 1,200 km south of Chiang Mai. The province has many beautiful beaches, limestone cliffs, and tropical islands.
  • Koh Samui: Koh Samui is a popular island destination located about 1,000 km south of Chiang Mai. The island has many beautiful beaches, clear waters, and a variety of water activities.
  • Koh Tao: Koh Tao is a small island located about 1,100 km south of Chiang Mai. The island is known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and world-class diving and snorkeling.

Koh Chang: Koh Chang is an island located about 900 km south of Chiang Mai, near the border with Cambodia. The island has many beautiful beaches, waterfalls, and tropical forests.

  • Visit the Temples: Chiang Mai is home to many beautiful and historic temples, including Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Chedi Luang, and Wat Phra Singh. Make sure to take some time to explore these stunning temples and learn about their history and significance.
  • Explore the Old City: The Old City is the historic center of Chiang Mai and is surrounded by a moat and ancient walls. Here you can find many temples, museums, and shops, as well as a variety of street food and restaurants.
  • Night Bazaar: The Night Bazaar is a popular shopping destination in Chiang Mai, where you can find a variety of handicrafts, clothing, and souvenirs. The market also has a variety of food stalls and live performances.
  • Doi Suthep-Pui National Park: This beautiful national park is located just outside Chiang Mai and offers stunning views of the city and surrounding mountains. The park also has several hiking trails and waterfalls to explore.
  • Thai Cooking Class: Chiang Mai is known for its delicious cuisine, and taking a cooking class is a great way to learn how to make some of the local dishes. Many cooking classes include a trip to the local market to buy ingredients.
  • Elephant Sanctuary: There are several elephant sanctuaries in and around Chiang Mai where you can interact with elephants in an ethical and responsible way.
  • Night Safari: The Chiang Mai Night Safari is a unique experience where you can see a variety of animals, including tigers, elephants, and giraffes, in their natural habitats at night.

Muay Thai Boxing: Chiang Mai is a great place to watch a traditional Muay Thai boxing match and learn about the history and techniques of this martial art.

About Phuket

  • Visit Phuket’s beaches: Phuket is home to many beautiful beaches, including Patong Beach, Kata Beach, and Karon Beach. Spend a day lounging on the sand, swimming in the ocean, and soaking up the sun.
  • Island Hopping: Phuket is surrounded by many stunning islands, including Phi Phi Island, James Bond Island, and Similan Islands. Take a boat tour to explore these beautiful islands and their pristine beaches.
  • Visit Phuket’s temples: Phuket has several beautiful temples, including Wat Chalong and Big Buddha. Make sure to take some time to explore these stunning temples and learn about their history and significance.
  • Phuket Old Town: Phuket Old Town is the historic center of the city and is known for its colorful Sino-Portuguese architecture, street art, and local shops and restaurants.

 

  • Nightlife: Phuket has a vibrant nightlife scene, with many bars, nightclubs, and beach parties. Bangla Road in Patong is known for its lively atmosphere and entertainment.
  • Water Sports: Phuket is a great place to try a variety of water sports, including surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, and snorkeling.
  • Elephant Sanctuary: There are several elephant sanctuaries in and around Phuket where you can interact with elephants in an ethical and responsible way.
  • Phuket FantaSea: Phuket FantaSea is a popular theme park that offers a variety of attractions and shows, including cultural performances, carnival games, and a buffet dinner.
  • The Naka Island, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Phuket: Luxurious resort is located on a private island just off the coast of Phuket and offers stunning views of the Andaman Sea. The resort features a beautiful infinity pool, a world-class spa, and luxurious villas with private pools.
  • Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas: 5-star resort is located on Mai Khao Beach and offers luxurious villas with private pools and outdoor showers. The resort also features a beautiful infinity pool, a spa, and several restaurants and bars.
  • The Surin Phuket:  5-star resort is located on Pansea Beach and offers luxurious rooms and suites with stunning views of the Andaman Sea. The resort also features a beautiful infinity pool, several restaurants and bars, and a spa.
  • The Slate Hotel & Pub: 5-star resort is located on Nai Yang Beach and features a unique industrial design inspired by Phuket’s tin-mining history. The resort offers luxurious rooms and suites, several restaurants and bars, and a beautiful pool and spa.

Novotel Phuket Karon Beach Resort and Spa:  4-star resort is located on Karon Beach and offers comfortable rooms and suites, several restaurants and bars, and a beautiful pool and spa. The resort is also family-friendly and features a kids’ club and activities.

  • Baan Rim Pa Restaurant: Located in Patong and offers stunning views of the Andaman Sea. The restaurant specializes in Thai cuisine and seafood and is known for its elegant atmosphere and live music.
  • Blue Elephant Restaurant: Located in Phuket Town and offers traditional Thai cuisine in a beautiful colonial-style building. The restaurant also has a cooking school where you can learn how to make classic Thai dishes.
  • Raya Restaurant: Located in Phuket Town and offers classic Thai dishes made with fresh and local ingredients. The restaurant is known for its warm and friendly atmosphere and reasonable prices.
  • Kan Eang @ Pier Seafood Restaurant: Located on Chalong Bay and offers a variety of fresh seafood dishes in a beautiful waterfront setting. The restaurant also has a bar and live music.
  • Suay Restaurant: Located in Cherngtalay and offers modern Thai cuisine in a stylish and elegant setting. The restaurant also has a rooftop bar with stunning views of the surrounding area.

No. 9 Restaurant: Located in Patong and offers a variety of international and Thai dishes in a casual and comfortable setting. The restaurant is known for its reasonable prices and friendly service.

  • Patong Beach: The most popular and busiest beach in Phuket, known for its lively atmosphere, water sports, and nightlife.
  • Kata Beach: A family-friendly beach with soft sand and calm waters, perfect for swimming and sunbathing. The beach also has a variety of restaurants and shops nearby.
  • Karon Beach: A long and wide beach with beautiful views of the Andaman Sea and a variety of water activities available.
  • Nai Harn Beach: A quiet and secluded beach with crystal-clear waters and perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
  • Bang Tao Beach: A long and wide beach with soft sand and calm waters, perfect for swimming and sunbathing. The beach also has several beach clubs and restaurants nearby.
  • Surin Beach: A beautiful beach with soft white sand and clear blue waters, surrounded by lush greenery and luxury villas.

Mai Khao Beach: A long and quiet beach located in the north of Phuket, perfect for a peaceful and relaxing day.

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