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There are so many tourist attractions in Thailand to see, and places to visit, that it would be impossible to list them all on this web site. So below you will find some of the most popular and not to be missed ones. Should you require any further information on any specific attractions, please click on the contact us page to send a message.


City of Ayutthaya

Tourist Attractions In Thailand - Ayutthaya City Ruins The ancient city of Ayutthaya is 72 kilometres north of Bangkok. This city used to be the capital of Thailand and is now one of the major tourist attractions in Thailand. Many ancient ruins and art works can be seen here.You can visit this city by taxi or bus, or you can take a boat trip and see the city from the waterways. Which ever method you choose, you will find a visit to the city of Ayutthaya is well worth the visit.

The Grand Palace

Tourist Attractions In Thailand - Grand Palace Bangkok A visit to The Grand Palace in Bangkok is an absolute must for anyone visiting Thailand’s capital city. This spectacular Palace is undoubtedly the city’s most famous landmark, and used to be the home of the Thai King, the Royal court and entire Thai government. Housed within its walls were also the Thai war ministry, state departments, and even the Royal mint. Today the complex remains the spiritual heart of the Thai Kingdom, and a extremely popular tourist attraction.

Chao Phraya River

Take a boat trip along the Chao Phraya River and you will see the Temple of Dawn, along with many other temples and landmarks. Alternatively you may wish to take a dinner cruise along the River in the evening, and take in the spectacular sights of Bangkok at night.


Phuket FantaSea

Tourist Attractions In Thailand - Palace of Elephants at Phuket Fantasea This extremely popular animal and leisure park is the ultimate in night time entertainment for families and visitors of all ages. Based on Phuket this stunning 140-acre theme complex is packed with a multitude of activities and entertainment. Ancient Thai traditions meet with the wonder of cutting edge modern technology and special effects. The amazing Palace of the elephants is a state-of-the-art theatre that creates a show combining culture and illusion that is almost beyond belief.


Bridge on the River Kwai

Tourist Attractions In Thailand - Bridge on River KwaiThe Bridge on the River Kwai and the famous death railway is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Thailand. Constructed by prisoners of war, this bridge and the 2 war cemeteries nearby are a reminder of the events that occurred, during the Second World War. You will now find many hotels in Kanchanaburi, most of which are based around the River Kwai, making this an ideal place to spend a relaxing afternoon bamboo rafting along the river. Or another popular tourist activity is elephant trekking, and there is no better place than the surrounding jungles.

Erawan Waterfalls

Tourist Attractions In Thailand - Erawan Water Fall ThailandThe Erawan waterfalls are located in the Erawan National Park, just outside Kanchanaburi, and while there are many waterfalls in Thailand, by far this has to be one of the most beautiful in Southeast Asia. This 7 tiered waterfall is surrounded by dense jungle and is very popular with tourists. You can walk along the footpaths to each of the 7 tiers of this magnificent waterfall, and you can even enjoy a swim in some of the pools at the bases of the waterfalls.

Tiger Temple

Within Kanchanaburi there is a Buddhist temple, like most temples this is home to Monks who spend their time in prayer and meditation. But unlike most temples this has also become a sanctuary for tigers. Another tourist attraction in Thailand not to be missed.

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