Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Top Tourist Attractions In Thailand

Thailand is a South East Asian country. It is known for Tropical beaches, Lavish Royal Palaces, Ancient Ruins and Ornate Temples associated with Buddha. Bangkok is a capital of Thailand, and you can visit famous places there like Altamarden Cityscape, Shantin Canals, Wat Arun, Wat Pho and Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). 

Thailand is the world's famous tourist destination in Southeast Asia. You can enjoy crystal blue beaches, dense forests, luxurious cuisine, bungalows in front of the cheap beach and some of the finest luxury hotels in the world. Apart from this, there are hundreds of years of ruins in Thailand and despite huge crowds of people, Thailand has maintained its unique identity with its unique culture and history. In this article we are going to give you some special information about the major tourist destinations of Thailand.
Thailand Khao Yai
The third largest national park in Thailand, Khao Yai National Park is located in Nakhon Ratchasima province in the eastern part of the country. Here are some other wild animals available, including Asian Elephants and Black Bears. In this park you can also see the footprints of dinosaurs. Also Read Dainkund Peak Famous Tourist Attraction In Dalhousie

Erawan Falls is a major attraction of Eravan National Park in western Thailand, just a short distance from Kanchanburi. This waterfall was named after the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology. It is said that the seven-arrowed columns are made of Eravana. The park is open for visitors all year round.

Mu Ko Ang Thong literally means Bowl Of Gold, which is a popular national park in the Gulf of Thailand. There are 42 islands located here and the headquarter of this park is the Ko Wua Talap. The travelers can live in beautiful bungalows and can see the incredible views of nearby islands and quaint rock formations.

Sukhothai Historical Park located in northern Thailand and you can see ruins of Sukhothai there, which was the state capital of the same name during the 13th and 14th centuries. There are about 200 ruins, including 26 temples and the Royal Palace in this park. In addition to exploring many attractive walks and other ruins, visitors can learn more about Sukhothai culture at the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum.

Some Incredible Aspects About Thailand

  • Bumblebee Bat, world's smallest mammal is found in Thailand. The largest fish in the Thai waters, whale sharks are also found.
  • At one time in Thailand, all men were to become Buddhist monks before the age of 20, but this practice is now over.
  • A tenth of the entire population of Thailand lives in Bangkok. It is the capital of this great country, and of course, Thailand's largest city.
  • Thailand loves its king, and shows great respect for monarchy. The well-known Hollywood movie "The King and I" was never shown in Thai theaters because it was considered insulting to the king.
  • There are about 35,000 temples in Thailand. Thailand is actually a country of temples. Minor clothing is required to see them.
  • Other people are respected by bowing their heads down in Thailand. Head is considered to be the most important part of the body, and therefore it is forbidden to touch the head of any person or child in Thai culture.

How To Reach Thailand ?
Flights are available from Thailand to the world's top international airports. Bangkok's busiest airport is in Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang, Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi in Bangkok, from which all public and private transport services are available. Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main center of Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways and Orient Thai Airlines.

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