73 destinations to explore in Thailand
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Destinations in Thailand
Amnat Charoen (also called Isan) is one of the four newest provinces of Thailand that lies in the central northeastern region of Thailand.
The name "Ang Thong" means 'gold basin', thought to have derived from the basin-like geography of the area, and the golden color of the rice grown in the region
Bangkok is among the world's top tourist destinations, and has been named the world's most visited city consistently in several international rankings. It has emerged as a centre for the arts, fashion, and entertainment. The city is known for its street life and cultural landmarks, as well as its red-light districts.
It is a newly established province but contains lots of interesting places including natural, historical, art, and cultural places.
Buriram is at the south end of the Khorat Plateau, with several extinct volcanoes around the province.
Chachoengsao or Paet Riu ('eight stripes') is a province in eastern Thailand. The provincial seal shows the main hall of the Sothornvararamvoraviharn Temple. In this hall is the most important Buddha image of the province, known as Luangpho Phutthasothon.
Chai Nat is on the flat river plain of central Thailand's Chao Phraya River valley. Chai Nat was first established during the Ayutthaya period and was used as a successful base of operations for confronting the Burmese army. As the Burmese were defeated every time, the area earned the name Chai Nat, 'place of victory'.
The name of the province literally means 'land of victory'. Four national parks are in the province: Tat Ton National Park is in the northwest, Sai Thong National Park in the west Pa Hin Ngam National Park in the southwest, Phu Laenkha National Park in the northwest of Chaiyaphum city.
Chanthaburi is a province located in eastern Thailand. The southern part of the province is on the shore of the Gulf of Thailand and the interior of the province is mountainous.
Chiang Mai Province is the tourist hub of the north of Thailand. It is considered one of the most scenic provinces in the country due to its mountain ranges, valleys, flora, and fauna.
Northernmost province of Thailand. The north of the province is part of the so-called Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Burma converge.
Chonburi is home to Thailand's largest tourist-oriented city, Pattaya, as well as Thailand's largest and primary seaport, Laem Chabang.
Chumphon also regarded as "Gateway to the South", is a southern province of Thailand located on the Gulf of Thailand. Chumphon has waterfalls, peaceful beaches, green forests, mangroves, and rivers.
Kalasin is a province that lies in upper northeastern Thailand. Kalasin is known for the dinosaur fossils found at Phu Kum Khao (Sahatsakhan District), the largest dinosaur site in Thailand. Most of the fossils are sauropods from 120 million years ago.
The name Kamphaeng Phet means 'wall as hard as diamond'. One of the province's best-known products is bananas, especially the kluai khai, a small, round, sweet banana. Banana festivals are held every year to thank the spirits for the harvest.
Kanchanaburi is well known for the history of its ancient civilization and the World War II Bridge over the River Kwai. In 1942 more than 100,000 people died from horrific working conditions to build the Thailand-Burma railway bridge over the River Kwai.
Khon Kaen is the commercial and political center of Northeastern Thailand and is well known for the high-quality silk that is produced in the province.
The area is dotted with solitary limestone peaks, both on land and in the sea. Krabi's limestone hills contain many caves, most having stalactites and stalagmites. Some even contain prehistoric rock-paintings depicting humans, animals, and geometrical shapes.
Lampang is a province in the upper northern part of Thailand consisting of mountains and forests. Lampang is the only town in Thailand where horse carts are available that are exclusively used for entertaining the tourists.
Lamphun is regarded as the smallest province of the northern region of Thailand. Lamphun is rich in its history and temples.
Loei province is a less populated province in Thailand and the majority of its area composed of mountains. Phu Thap Buek, the highest mountain, and The Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary are the main attractions of this province.
Lopburi is a significant province historically, where many historical structures, artifacts, and prehistoric settlements have been discovered. King Narai Reign Fair is an Event held annually, it is considered the greatest fair of the province.
Mae Hong Son's nickname is "the city of three mists". It is hemmed in by the high mountain ranges of the Shan Hills and is the most mountainous province in Thailand. The province is often covered with mist.
Maha Sarakham province is located in the Northeast region of Thailand. It is also called as “Takka Sila of North-East”. Maha Sarakham is home to Mahasarakham University, the largest university in northeast Thailand with about 40,000 students, and Rajabhat Mahasarakham University. There is no wonder how the name "Takka Sila of Northeast" came.
The province is in the Mekong valley. Mukdahan has many attractions like Skyscraping Ho Kaeo Tower, Phu Pha Thoep and Kaeng Kabao, Famous Sweet Tamarind, Large Ancient Kettledrum, Origin of Lam Phaya, Stunning View of the Mekong River, Gateway to Indochina.
Nakhon Nayok is known for its waterfalls and fruit varieties Nakhon Nayokn also features refreshing natural beauty, including parks, renowned Historical sites, and a number of soft adventure activities.
It is claimed as one of the oldest cities and the center of civilization in the ancient Dvaravati Kingdom. The province features an ancient religious structure called Phra Pathom Chedi, the first religious Landmark that signified the introduction of Buddhism into Thailand. The province itself is known for its many fruit orchards.
Nakhon Phanom, which literally means “city of hills” is an area with great natural beauty and which features a number of opportunities for visitors to participate in outdoor activities. It is one of the provinces in Thailand with unique and interesting Cultures and traditions.
Nakhon Ratchasima, generally known as Khorat, is Thailand’s largest province. Situated on northeastern plateau of Thailand’s.
Nakhon Si Thammarat is an ancient city of great importance to Thai history. It was once the center of art, culture, and marine trading of the region. The province is home to beaches, two national parks, beautiful waterfalls, and exotic wildlife.
Nan features six national parks, including the stunning Doi Phukha National Park, which contains mountains nearly 2,000 m high. Nan is rich in its diverse ethnic groups and culture.
Narathiwat is one of the southern provinces of Thailand that share a national border with Malaysia. Seventy-five percent of Narathiwat is covered with forest and mountains. It has many beaches, and a number of magnificent temples to visit.
Nong Khai province lies in upper northeastern Thailand on the side of the Mekong River. The province features many tourist sites that include beaches, historical and cultural attractions.
Nonthaburi is situated in the bank of the Chao Phraya River, where many orchards and a number of Historical temples are found. Nonthaburi is the most densely populated province after Bangkok.
Pathum Thani is one of the old and central provinces of Thailand. It is the location of a number of important Buddhist temples, museums, and an amusement park.
Pattani is one of the southern provinces of Thailand. Attractions in modern-day Pattani include unspoiled nature, historical sites, and traditional culture, which has benefited from the integration of Thai, Chinese and Islam settlers.
The province is on the west side of the Malay Peninsula, and includes the many islands of the Phang Nga Bay. The most famous one is the so-called James Bond Island, a needle formed limestone rock in the sea. The Similan Islands and Surin Islands, two of Thailand's main diving destinations, are also part of Phang Nga Province.
Phatthalung is one of the provinces in southern Thailand. Phatthalung has a large Lake called Talay Noi with many local plants, migratory birds, and indigenous birds.
Phayao is one of Thailand's seventy-six provinces lies in upper northern Thailand. Phayao was once an independent kingdom nearly 1000 years ago. The province has great natural beauty with fascinating religious sites.
The province lies in the broad fertile river valley of the Pa Sak River, with mountains to the east and west. Phetchabun especially Khao Kho national park is a place with good weather and cold all year round. Therefore it received the nickname "Switzerland of Thailand".
Petchaburi is situated on the northwestern shores of the Gulf of Thailand. Phetchaburi province is famous for its beautiful beaches and mountains. It features Thailand's largest national park the Kaeng Krachan National Park.
Phichit is a province located in lower northern Thailand. The town of Phichit was established in 1058 by Phraya Kotabongthevaraja, and was first part of the Sukhothai Kingdom, and later of Ayutthaya.
Phitsanulok is a province in Thailand with beautiful landscapes. Phitsanulok was the birthplace of King Naresuan the Great the legendary King who declared Ayutthaya’s independence from Burma in 1584. Phitsanulok encompasses parts of Five national parks with beautiful scenery.
Ayutthaya is one of Thailand’s historical and majestic highlights of Thailand. Ayutthaya was the capital of Thailand for 417 years. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya features numerous attractions such as the Ayutthaya Historical Park(UNESCO World Heritage site.) and many old ruins.
Phrae is a province located in the valley of Yom River, upper northern Thailand. Phrae is filled with numerous attractions such as National Parks, waterfalls, caves, temples, etc.
Consist of Thailand's largest island- Phuket island and 32 smaller islands all combined creating one of the most beautiful beach destination in the planet.
The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian border in eastern Thailand. Prachin Buri province is famous for its largest protected area of land in Thailand that contains Khao Yai, Thap Lan, and Pang Sida National Parks, which together cover over 3,000 square kilometers.
Prachuap Khiri Khan is one of the western provinces of Thailand with long white sandy beaches. Tourists can find fun in snorkeling, bathing, swimming, etc. Besides the beach experience, Prachuap Khiri Khan offers stunning other attractions such as golf, spas, caves, peaks, waterfalls, shops, and national parks.
Ranong is the least populated province. Eighty percent of its area is covered by forests, and 67 percent is mountainous. Ranong is known for its hot springs and unspoiled mangrove forests.
"Ratchaburi" means 'the land of the king'. It was an important city during the Dvaravati period over 1,000 years ago. The Ratchaburi provincial area is famous for its natural attractions, historical sites, and culture.
Rayong is a province on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. It is one of the country’s major agricultural and industrial provinces. The city is a center of Seafood and various kinds of fruits.
Sa Kaeo is situated in Eastern Thailand and borders with Cambodia to the east. Sa Kaeo also possesses abundant natural resources such as Pang Sida national park and Ta Phraya National Park.
Sakon Nakhon is in the upper northeast of Thailand’s Isan region. It lies within the Phu Phan mountain range. Sakon Nakhon has a beautiful nature surround by forests, mountains, and rivers and also possesses a rich history and tradition.
The province was created during the era of the Ayutthaya Kingdom and is located in central Thailand at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River. It is also called Muang Pak Nam which means “The mouth of a river”.
Samut Sakhon is one of the well-known coastal provinces along the line of Thailand bay. The main industries of this province are fishery and large scale production of Sea salt.
Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So
Saraburi, a province filled with historical sites, also features a 17th century temple with the holy “footprint” of the Buddha. Saraburi province contains two national parks, wth scenic waterfall, Forest, and rivers.
The province is on the Malay Peninsula, on the shore of the Andaman Sea. It possesses almost 100 islands with beautiful beaches.
Si Sa Ket province is located in the lower northeastern portion of Thailand. As Si Sa Ket borders Cambodia, there are several Khmer ruins throughout the region, and the history of the provincial capital is believed to date back to the Angkorian era.
Sing Buri is one of the central provinces of Thailand. Sing Buri is well known for the lively annual Boat races for the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy.
The province is located in southern Thailand. Songkhla is blessed with natural resources, such as fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake.
Sukhothai province was once the kingdom and the first capital of Thailand founded by King Ramkhamhaeng. The province's temples and monuments have been well restored and Sukhothai Historical Park is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Suphan Buri is a province near the Tha Chin River with its geographic features of mountains, forest, and plain fields. The name Suphan Buri means the City of Gold.
Surat Thani means 'city of good people', a title given to the city by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI).
Surin is a large province in the Mun River Basin of Thailand’s Northeastern Isan region. Surin is known as a city of elephants because in the past, elephants were the main vehicles of Surin people and their unique skill to taming the elephants.
Tak was a historical kingdom built over 2,000 years ago, even before the Sukhothai period. The Bhumibol Dam in the northern part of Tak is its most popular tourist attraction.
Trang was formerly a port involved in foreign trade. It was the first place where rubber was planted in Thailand, which is now an important export of Thailand.
Trat is Thailand’s eastern-most province, located about 315 kilometers from Bangkok. Trat is famous for gemstone mining and its trading.
Ubon Ratchathan often shortened to Ubon, is one of Thailand's provinces that lies in lower northeastern Thailand also called Isan. To the north and east, it shares international borders Salavan and Champasak of Laos, to the south Preah Vihear of Cambodia.
Udon Thani Province is a province located in upper northeastern Thailand. The province has been named as the locale of a US CIA "black site" used to interrogate suspected terrorists by the United States in the Vietnam war period.
Uthai Thani is a province is rich in its natural resources, such as forests and wildlife. The Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Reserve here is listed in Natural World Heritage Site because of its forests, streams, and a number of rare and endangered animals.
The province is located in the Nan River valley. Uttaradit means the "port of the north" or "northern landing", as it was formerly a trade center on the Nan River.
Map of destinations in Thailand