Exploring Thailand: Unique Attractions to Visit

Thailand is a cultured and historic place that has a number of stunning temples and captivating, tropical beaches that attract tourists from all over the world on a yearly basis.

The country of Thailand is an incredibly large place to visit, with cities such as Bangkok, Pattaya City and Chiang Mai offering a number of things to do during your holiday.

The Heritage Trail looks at a few unique experiences you have to do whilst you visit this beautiful, Asian country.

An Elephant Sanctuary

The elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai is a beautiful conversation area that enables you to interact and understand more about elephants.

Maeklang Elephant offers tourists a fantastic experience that allows you to get closer to these magnificent animals. You can interact with them, feed them, watch them with their families and have a growing appreciation for the work achieved by the elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai.

The Grand Palace

A series of complex buildings at the very heart of Bangkok, The Grand Place remains one of the most popular attractions in Thailand.

A historic site that’s been standing since the 1700s, The Grand Palace is the centre of ceremonies held within Thailand as well as operating as a museum too. If you visit Bangkok than visit this beautiful site right next to the Chao Phraya River. Visit at the right time.

The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle is a point in northern Thailand that connects the country with Laos and Burma. It’s a natural landscape filled with lush jungles, historical tribe villages and beautiful mountains that loom over the borders of these countries.

There are a number of camps that offer hospitality and beds to sleep once travelling to this beautiful area in Thailand. There are a number of traveller’s guides available when it comes to visiting The Golden Triangle.