Hidden Gems of Thailand

 Krabi Province, Thailand. Photo: depositphotos.com

Krabi Province, Thailand. Photo: depositphotos.com

One of the most exotic and popular countries in Southeast Asia is Thailand. It is on the list of many tourists’ favorite destinations.  It is one of the most beautiful and diverse vacation destinations in the world. Thailand is a perfect place to enjoy fantastic local food, breathtaking scenery, getaway beaches, unspoiled mountains and modern, bustling cities. It has gorgeous landscapes and plenty of tourist spots – everything that helps you relax on your vacation. Thailand consistently has a large influx of tourists, along with the one of the most welcoming atmospheres. Here it is all about tourists.  

It’s hard to find anyone who wouldn’t want to visit this beautiful country and see The Grand Palace in Bangkok, Khao Yai National Park, the Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya, Watt Saket in Bangkok and many other famous sites in this beautiful country.

Rent a motorbike

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Photo: depositphotos.com

Locals are just crazy about motorbikes. This is one of the most comfortable and popular ways to get around the country. With a pleasant climate and decent roads (and lots of urban traffic), a motorbike is a perfect way to see the country, and it can save you a lot of time, especially in busy cities.  Renting a motorbike is easy and accessible to any tourist. You can use it not only in urban areas, but also in getaway locations to get to more distant mountains, rivers, forests, beaches and jungles.

Discover the island of Koh Yao

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Photo: depositphotos.com

Thailand is famous for its numerous paradise beaches and resorts. Tourists come here both for quiet holidays and action-packed adventures.

Some of Thailand’s islands are lined with beach bars and resorts, with busy nightlife and lots of fun daily entertainment. But what if you are searching for a quiet destination far from noisy tourists, loud music and crowded beaches? For a more peaceful spot, choose the islands of Koh Yao, a hidden paradise for any traveler who wants to get away from it all. Enjoy incredible limestone cliffs at Phang Nga Bay, just a 30 boat ride from Phuket. Colorful fishing villages are a must-see for relaxing after exploring the country.

Go North

The narrow path on a steep slope in Pai Canyon - Thailand. Photo: depositphotos.com

The narrow path on a steep slope in Pai Canyon – Thailand. Photo: depositphotos.com

Remember that the large number of tourists is the reason for a lot of investment and development in the country. That means that by visiting the more popular south of the country, you witness cosmopolitan cities, but you won’t get the full picture of Thailand. For true cultural and historical places, go north. It is well-known that the northeast region of Thailand is the least touristy area and is perfect for those who are searching for charm and a different perspective of the country. The locals hardly speak English, the cities are less urban and developed, the food isn’t watered-down for tourists and there is natural beauty everywhere. Issan is for those who enjoy life off the beaten track.

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Published: 09/03/2017

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