3 Most Exciting Attractions in Thailand

Thailand is on every traveller’s bucket list, a beautiful country in Southeast Asia, also lovingly called the Land of Smiles. With mesmerising beaches in the south mountainous villages in the north, Thailand is a backpacker’s dream.

If you are an Indian citizen, you don’t need a visa to travel to Thailand. You can stay there for up to 90 days. If you have to stay longer, you’ll need to apply for a visa.

Here are the three most exciting attractions in Thailand you should visit:

1. The Grand Palace

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Located in Bangkok, the Grand Palace is a precious attraction in Thailand. It is of great historical, artistic, and cultural importance to the country.

The palaces complex contains numerous royal halls, gardens, and the famous Wat Phra Kaeo, Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Since it is in Bangkok, where your flight will land, covering this attraction first will be a great start to your Thai trip.

2. Chiang Mai’s Sunday Night Walking Street

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There isn’t a single person who doesn’t love eating delicious food at very low prices. Thailand’s Chiang Mai’s Sunday Night Walking Street is famous for its tasty food. You’ll get to see the best foods of Thailand in the market, right from chicken satay to sweet rotis.

You can buy souvenirs for family and friends back home from here. They barely cost more than INR 130. Other than that, you will also find natural soaps, essential oils, hand-dyed textiles, and wall hangings.

3. Khao Yai National Park

Elephants are highly regarded in Thailand. Spend a day at Khao Yai National Park with the majestic creatures, bathe them, and ride them too. You will also come across an exciting range of rare birds. There are a lot of monkeys at the Khao Yai National Park. You can stay at the park for a one-night camp.

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