Phuket, Koh Samui, Bankok, Chiang Mai … the land of Siam, also known as Thailand, is a loved tourist destination with both well known and lesser-known bustling cities and remote regions.
It’s a country made of a wood-filled North and to the south a plateau that leads to a long peninsula with hundreds of islands surrounding it.
The blue skies and white sandy beaches are what these breathtaking Southern regions are mainly known for.
But there’s more. A little south of Chiang Mai, the ruins of Sukhothai’s temples and monuments provide historical relief for those who like to dream away in awe at the region’s past.
Nakhon Province’s Khao Yai National Park is the place to go for nature fans who’d rather get lost between the lush greenery of the jungle.
For city-lovers, fast-changing Bangkok offers a sensory explosion in its local bazaars and markets, the fragrant street food and the lively party scene.
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