Thailand, the cheapest International destination.
So get lost in their tempting street food, a jungle trek, book a hotel in its
many islands, feel the devotion in their ancient temples and witness the
overpowering martial Arts.
Without further chatter, let us get started
2 to 3 days )
The backdrop of rain forests, a mountainous island located in the vast Andaman
Sea, features Thailandís popular beaches, mainly along the clear waters
of the western shore. The island is dotted with many seaside resorts, spas and
restaurants. Phuket City features old shop cum houses and busy markets. Pa
Tong, the celebrated main resort town, has vibrant nightclubs, bars and discos.
on Thailandís west coast, has been characterized by craggy, sheer limestone
high cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and hundreds of offshore islands. Topmost
popular beach destinations include the Ko Ngai which juts like a giant rainforest with boulders, can be reached only by boat and rock-climbing.
Best known for its diving and long white beaches.
is to the eastern Gulf coast
Shout out to its beaches.
A quiet fishing village as recently is now lined with resort hotels, high-end
condos, shopping complex, cabaret bars and
24-hour clubs. The hillside Wat Phra Yai Temple highlights an outstanding 18m-tall
golden Buddha. The area is known for several golf courses, with views of
Phi Phi Islands are an island group situated Thailand and part of Krabi
Nicknamed as the "Superstar beach."
As it stands out beautifully from time to time, does not disappoint with all
the hype it is a large chunk of Beauty.
Backdropped by Sheer cliffs tower overhead, then giving away to the
Travellers Perks include world-class snorkelling and diving sites.
Rock climbing and hiking at Koh Phi Phi Don, do not forget to indulge in Free
sunbathing and luxurious massages.
is Thailandís second-largest island
Famous for its palm-fringed beaches, backdrop featuring coconut groves and
dense, mountainous rainforest
Bathe in luxury resorts and posh spas. The landmark celebrates the 12m-tall
golden Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai this Temple is on a tiny island
connected by a causeway.