was successfully added to your cart.


Thailand is incredibly diverse and has so much to offer. Just take a look at the pictures below, with some of the most unique and magical places in Thailand. Enjoy and dream about everything that Thailand has to offer!

1. Try and decipher the rock paintings in Pha Taem National Park in Isan.

Rock Paintings in Pha Taem National Park

2. Honor the rain gods by launching handmade bamboo rockets during the Yasothon Rocket Festival in the Isan.

Yasothon Rocket Festival

Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

3. Explore Sam Phan Bok, Thailand’s Grand Canyon in Isan.

View of Sam Phan Bok Canyon

4. Catch the first rays of sunlight in the magical cave of Phraya Nakhon near Hua Hin.

Small temple shrine inside the Phraya Nakhon Cave

5. Be like Spiderman and climb the ‘Sticky’ Bua Thong Waterfalls north of Chiang Mai.

Bua Thong Waterfalls in Chiang Mai

Photo credit: Jeffery Beggerly

6. Have a look at the one and a half million beer bottles at the Million Bottle Beer Temple, or Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew, in Sisaket Province.

The Million Bottle Temple, Wat Lan Kuad

Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

7. Experience the peaceful calm around Chiang Rai’s tea plantations.

Choui Fong Tea Plantation in Chiang Rai

8. Hop on the slow boat from Thailand to Laos – along the mystic Mekong River.

The Mekong River

Photo credit: Reisjunk.nl

9. Explore the unique Lod Cave near Pai on a bamboo raft or by kayak.

Tham Lod Cave

10. Cross Lake Nong Han in Udon Thani by boat, covered in red lotus flowers.

Lotus flowers at Lake Nong Han

Photo credit: Susornpol Joe Watanachote

11. Visit the magical mountain temple of Doi Suthep under the moonlight.

Doi Suthep and Chiang Mai at night

Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

12. Stay the night on the former island prison of Koh Tarutao in Thailand’s deep south.

Koh Tarutao

Photo by: Alix Cazenave

13. Explore the many unique mountain temples around Lampang.

Wat Phrabat Pu Pha Daeng in Lampang

Photo credit: Thanate Tan

14. Visit Snow Mountain in Chonburi; only a two hour drive north of Bangkok.

Snow Mountain in Chonburi

Photo credit: Nuttakit Kotcha

15. Release sky lanterns during Chiang Mai’s Yee Peng Festival.

Yee Peng in Chiang Mai

Photo credit: John Shedrick

16. Find hundreds of Buddha statues in Khao Luang Cave near Phetchaburi.

Khao Luang Cave in Phetchaburi

17. Cross Songkla Lake by long tail boat at sunset.

18. Go on a ride along Kanchanaburi’s Death Railway.

Large parts of the original Burma Railway, or the Death Railway, are still in use

19. Just outside Krabi, brave the Tiger Cave Temple’s 1,237 punishing steps.

Shrine of the Tiger Cave Temple in Krabi

20. Enjoy the jungle sounds at the unique Blue Pool, 40 kilometers from Krabi Town.

Blue Pool in Krabi

21. Check out the sunrise at the Ban Santichon Viewpoint in Pai.

Yun Lai Viewpoint in Pai

22. Celebrate the Thai New Year, Songkran, like a local: with a water gun and a colorful Hawaii shirt.

23. Enjoy the Mango Viewpoint’s amazing view over Koh Tao, beer in hand.

Mango Viewpoint, Koh Tao

Photo credit: Flydango.net

24. A once in a lifetime sunrise from the Phu Chi Fah Viewpoint with a view of Laos.

Phu Chi Fa

Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

25. Street food with a 7-Eleven in the background.

Som Tam streetfood

Photo credit: Alpha

Wacky hotel tip: stay at a Fruit Resort near Kanchanaburi

Fuit Hotel in Kanchanaburi

More information: http://www.banphasawan.com/

What did you think? As amazed as we are at all that Thailand has to offer?


Author Sander

Former elementary school teacher, storyteller, sports enthusiast, and adventurer. Love to do the "impossible", which is usually the exact opposite of what’s expected.

More posts by Sander

Leave a Reply