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. With so many hotels to choose from and stunning locations our traveller’s survey has come back with Thong Lor as the ulitimate hotel destination. Click here for offers.
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.
Bangkok ‘City of angels’
Bangkok is the first stop of tourists visiting Thailand. This city, which is also known as “the city of Angels” offers so much to do and see.
- Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn)
- Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw
- Floating Market
- Chinatown (Yaowarat)
- Wat Pho
- Chao Phraya River & Waterways
- Chatuchak Weekend Market
- Khao San Road
- Soi Cowboy
- Jim Thompson’s House