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10 Inspiring Places You Must Visit in Thailand

Thailand is a famous holiday destination that lures people with its white sand beaches, mist-covered mountains, tropical forests, ancient monuments and party atmosphere. Thailand tourism always remains on the top because travellers keep visiting this beautiful country time and again!

Thailand has a plethora of beautiful and inspiring places. Among these, choosing a few to visit is very difficult. So, we have shortlisted the 10 best inspiring places of Thailand that every tourist must visit on their Thailand trip.


  1. Koh Tao:

Koh Tao is situated nearby the famous islands of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. Most of the tourist chooses these more popular islands for their visiting, but we suggest you should skip them and go for Koh Tao instead.

Yes, because Koh Tao offers more tranquillity than these popular islands and it is no lesser in beauty. The spotless white beaches and turquoise water of this island attract many divers as well.

You can also hike to the coastal jungles of Koh Tao to explore the lush greenery of Thailand here.

  1. Chiang Mai:

Chiang Mai is a must-visit place in Thailand as it is the most popular cultural hub of the country. Thailand tourism promotes this place because it presents the best of its culture. Chiang Mai houses a plethora of temples and ancient sites.

You can also enjoy several outdoor activities like rafting, trekking, and elephant camping here. You can find lots of vegetarian and Thai restaurants in Chiang Mai. The city has a lot to offer, including tourist places, temples, natural sites, shopping hubs etc.

  1. Chiang Rai:

Chiang Rai is counted among the top cities of Northern Thailand. It is visited by many tourists, and you should also not miss visiting Chiang Rai. This mountainous city holds a great cultural significance as it was the first capital of the Lanna Kingdom.

There are many ancient shrines and ruins. The mountains of Chiang Rai house many hill tribes which you can explore through hiking. You will understand a lot about the culture and lifestyle of Northern Thailand by visiting this place.

  1. Koh Mak:

Koh Mak is one of the last remaining authentic places in Thailand. So it should be on your travel list. This secluded island is situated 40 km away from the mainland and features 10,000 palm trees, a fishing village and stunning temples.

It is an offbeat destination; so you won’t find many resorts and restaurants here. This island is best for a relaxing Thailand vacation as you can chill on serene beaches, try fishing and hike in the unblemished forests here.

  1. Koh Jum:

Koh Jum is one of the most secluded islands of Thailand with only 3000 around inhabitants. It is nestled between two famous islands, namely Krabi and Ko Lanta Tai. Most of the pristine beaches have rocky shores here.

But some beaches also have plain spaces for sunbathing and swimming. There are only a few bars and restaurants, and people have a very low key lifestyle on this island. Well, all of these features make it a perfect island for a serene escapade.

So, if you love nature more than anything else and want to spend time on an island with less human intervention, then Koh Jum should be on your Thailand itinerary.


  1. Pai:

Pai is a quaint mountainous village of Thailand which is widely famous among the backpackers. This beautiful place is situated around 100 km away from the popular city, Chiang Mai.

The place offers cheap accommodation options, lots of spas and laid-back atmosphere; which is necessary for any vacation. You can enjoy trekking and biking on the thrilling paths of this village. There are a plethora of waterfalls and hot springs as well.

Pai Village is also famous for yoga and meditation. So, you can unwind your mind amidst the rustic surroundings in Pai!

  1. Ayutthaya:

Ayutthaya is one of the most inspiring cities in Thailand. It is situated just 50 km away from the capital city Bangkok. In the 16th century, Ayutthaya used to be the capital of the Thai empire. This was a great kingdom featuring more than 400 temples and other marvellous architectural pieces.

But, unfortunately, the kingdom of Ayutthaya was destroyed by Burmese invaders in 1767. The whole glorious place turned into ruins afterwards. However, it still retains the beauty and grandeur of historic times.

The place has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site, and several history enthusiasts come here to see the ruins. You should also go there to understand the historical prominence of Thailand.

  1. Phetchaburi:

Phetchaburi is one of the ancient settlements of Thailand, and it is easily accessible via Bangkok. It is a cultural place that houses several historic structures of the 12th century, the Royal Palace of Khao Wang and beautiful temples.

Nature-lovers should surely head to Phetchaburi as you can find dense tropical forests plus amazing cave shrines here. Most of the majestic architectural wonders are still intact here. That’s why this place is also named as “living Ayutthaya” by many people.


  1. Railay:

Railay is a serene island that houses only stunning beaches and lots of rocks. It gives the best opportunities for rock climbing to the adventure enthusiasts due to the presence of varied types of rock formations.

It is located very close to Krabi and has a laid back atmosphere which attracts solitude seekers and backpackers. Most of the people come here to enjoy some peaceful time or explore the tropical forests of the area.

10.Phanom Rung:

Phanom Rung is an impressive Khmer Temple of Thailand. We have mentioned it in the list because it is one of the most prominent religious sites of Thailand. It is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Built between the 10th and 13th centuries, this sandstone and laterite structure reflects Angkor architectural style. If you are visiting in April, then you can also become part of Phanom Rung festival celebrations here.

So, start planning your Thailand trip now!

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