Here in this article, I will show you what is the most worth seeing and doing in Thailand. After experiencing these, your trip would to much more worthy.

Top destinations and must-haves for your happy travel journey:

Thailand has a rich culture as well as a hectic nightlife that annually attracts more or less everyone. Tourists often visit the historical, natural and cultural destinations of the capital Bangkok and the north (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai), sandy beaches and tropical islands in the south such as Phuket, Krabi, Phi Phi Islands, Koh Samui, Koh Tao, Similan Islands, Koh Lipe, or experience trekking adventures with ethnic minority groups in the wooded mountains.

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Thailand has a tropical climate, the best time to travel is during the dry season between November and early April. You will enjoy many interesting activities if your trip coincides with special dates such as the Thai Songkran New Year festival in April, the lantern festival in November or the Rocket festival in May, among others.

Koh Lipe - A quiet island resort

Koh Lipe is a small tourist island located at the southern tip of Thailand, in the Andaman Sea, near the border with Malaysia. This boomerang-shaped island is part of the Tarutao National Marine Park, famous for its beautiful beaches, white sand, and crystal-clear waters such as Bulow, Pattaya, Sunrise, Sunset, and Sanom.

One of the best things to do in Koh Lipe is to take a boat to the small islands (Koh Usen, Koh Cha Bang, Koh Rockroy) to enjoy the beautiful coral reefs and marine life. Hotels are located along the beaches around the island, while restaurants, bars and shops are concentrated in the central area of the island.

Sukhothai - An Important Historical Site

Located in the north of Thailand, Sukhothai is a province with important historical sites, beautiful mountains and forests. Sukhothai Historical Park and Si Satchanalai Historical Park are two destinations not to be missed, belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage Site that preserves vestiges of the Sukhothai Kingdom from the 12th to 14th centuries: Wat Si Chum, Wat Maha That, Wat Si Sawai, Wat Chang Lom Si Satchanalai, Wat Traphang Thong.

If you want to hike in the forest or climb the peaks, go to Ramkhamhaeng National Park, about 30 km southwest of Thani and you will absolutely love it.

Similan Islands - An impressive marine park

Enjoy a game of sunny and salty kissing in the Similan Islands, a stunning marine park famous for scuba diving, snorkeling and picturesque beaches.

The 11 islands are located in the Andaman Sea, Phang Nga province, home to limestone mountains covered with the lush green of tropical plants, unspoiled beaches with fine white sands and transparent turquoise waters, a host of marine creatures and spectacular coral reefs. It's no wonder Similan is a haven for lovers of nature and water activities like swimming, diving and snorkeling.

Come see Donald Duck's Bay (Ao Kuerk Bucht) and Voile de Roche on island 8 (the largest island), for a boat tour of the smaller islands (Koh Miang, Koh Bangu, Koh Payang, Koh Hu Yon) and fully enjoy the beauty of the Similan Islands.

Koh Tao - A diving paradise

Experience the simplest moments in the snorkeling paradise of Koh Tao, in the western part of the Gulf of Thailand, pampering yourself on a memorable trip. The fatigue of the long journey to Koh Tao seems to fade on the spot as visitors glimpse the poetic beauty of the islets of Koh Nang Yuan. Around the island there are small and beautiful beaches such as Ao Tanote, Sai Ri, Sairee, June Juea Bay or Nang Yuan Island.

The Three Rocks, Tanote Bay and Hin Wong Bay are the best places to enjoy snorkeling. Chumphon Pinnacles is the best dive site, HTMS Sattakut dive site and White Rock dive site is excellent too. Have a panoramic view of the beauty of Koh Tao by reaching the top of the John-Suwan Lookout or the Koh Nang Yuan Lookout.

Ayutthaya - The Remains of the Kingdom of Siam

Built by King U-Thong in 1350, Phra Nakhon Si, Ayutthaya represents 400 years of the golden past of the Kingdom of Siam. It remained the capital of Thailand until 1767 when the Burmese neighbor invaded and destroyed the entire city.

Today, visitors can still admire the splendor of these historic ruins that are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on a day trip from Bangkok, which is only 80 km away. Visit Ayutthaya Historical Park and be sure to check out Wat Mahathat, Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Yai Chaimongkol, and Wat Phanan Choeng Worawihan during your time in Ayutthaya.

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Md Rasel is a professional blogger.