Thailand beautiful landscapes…

I think Sabrina would agree with me if I say that it is hard to choose only one place in the world to visit since I would really love to see it all in my life, but if I had to choose one particular and which has a different culture from our, I would choose Thailand. Thailand is many times forgotten when you think where to go on vacation but it has a lot to offer!

The Kingdom of Thailand is situated in the centre of Southeast Asia and borders Myanmar and Laos to the north, Cambodia to the south-east and Malaysia to the south. The country has an area fractionally less than 200,000 square miles, four times the size of England.

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Thailand is home to some truly spectacular places. White sand beaches and palm trees are the first images that come to mind for many, but Thailand also encompasses tropical forests, mist-covered mountains and compelling ancient monuments. Here are the top six places we would love to visit.

  1. Ao Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park:

Ao Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park comprises a group of more than 40 islands and spectacular limestone cliffs that can only be reached by boat. thailand national park

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2.  Grand Palace: 

The Grand Palace is among the most important and most visited sites in the country. Home to generations of Thai kings, the palace is now only used for special ceremonies and the grounds are open to visitors.

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3. Ko Phi Phi:

Ko Phi Phi is actually composed of six islands. The island’s white sand beaches caress clear, calm bays, which are perfect for snorkeling, swimming, and scuba diving. Divers can expect to see sea horses, leopard sharks, turtles, and a variety of other underwater life.

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4. Phanom Rung:

Phanom Rung is a gorgeous Khmer temple set on the summit of a dormant volcano. Built between the 11th and 13th centuries. Located in line with Angkor and Phimai, Phanom Rung was eventually used as a rest point for pilgrims en route to these other temples.

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5. Khao San Road in Bangkok: 

This road in Bangkok is where you’ll find endless bars, shops, street food, international restaurants, vendors, locals, and activity all day and all night.

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6. the floating market: 

And, last but not least, the floating market could surprise anyone with his many different smells and seasoning. Here you can buy every type of traditional Thai food.

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