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Often ranked among the world’s happiest nations, Thailand is known as the ‘Land of Smiles,’ but it not only offers exceptional hospitality. A foodie haven, on city streets you’ll find delectable food stalls with plates that burst with delicious flavors, combining spicy and sweet with ingredients like kaffir lime leaves.

A cooking class may be the highlight of your trip – the perfect useful souvenir so that you an prepare authentic Thai dishes at home. Bangkok boasts an impressive mix of old and new, with countless shopping opportunities along with a wealth of Buddhist temples to explore. In Chiang Mai, the more laid-back capital of the north, you’ll discover just as much history and culture, with over 300 temples, some dating back to the 13th century.

Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep is a stunning mountaintop temple that overlooks the city, glittering under the sun with its gold details. Chiang Mail also hosts the Elephant Nature Park, a sanctuary where you can spend the day with the animals, feeding, bathing and playing with them.

Thailand offers plenty for nature lovers too. There are more than 1,400 tropical islands to choose from, making it easy to find your own slice of paradise, whether you’re looking for an isle with lots of luxuries like Phuket with celebrity-chef restaurants and five-star resorts or a place like Krabi, renowned for its breathtaking karst landscape.

No matter which you choose, there will be lots of lush greenery and incredibly clear turquoise waters, ideal for long days of relaxation and fun.

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Where to visit in Thailand

Our travel experts have collated their top recommendations of where to visit in Thailand.

  • Bangkok


    Thailand’s capital is sometimes described as a place that’s caught between the past and present with modern shopping malls, galleries and spas, ancient temples, Buddhist monks adorned in saffron-hued robes, and a red-light district all sharing the city streets. It’s a cacophony of sights that make it fun to get lost in the nonstop action while sampling some of the world’s best cheap eats along the way. When in need of tranquility, head to Lumphini Park, Bangkok’s answer to New York’s Central Park with a large lake inhabited by monitor lizards.

  • Chang Mai

    Chang Mai

    The largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand Chiang Mai is renowned for its majestic temples, with more than 300 of them, and it’s also home to lively markets, elephant sanctuaries and breathtaking natural beauty, including lush rainforests with magnificent waterfalls. Its higher elevation means it enjoys a cooler climate than Bangkok, and it has a more laid-back atmosphere too, with more of a sleepy town feel than a bustling capital. There are lots of cooking schools and creative people, so it’s no surprise you’ll find plenty of delicious foods, including an abundance of vegetarian eateries and international fare.

  • Chang Rai

    Chang Rai

    Chang Rai is often overlooked, but it’s worth getting to know, with a wide array of attractions, delicious food, and relaxed atmosphere. This northernmost province is a true hidden gem, tucked among lush hills just a few miles south of the “Golden Triangle” where the borders of Burma, Laos and Thailand all meet. Thanks to its isolated location, it boasts its own distinct cuisine, culture and architecture. A highlight is its stunning Wat Rong Khun, the “White Temple,” with pristine white stone that features thousands of tiny fragments of mirrored glass, which makes it sparkle in the sunlight.

  • Ko Samui

    Ko Samui

    Thailand’s second largest island caters to all sorts of travelers, with everything from family-friendly hotels to exclusive villas. Its famous for its unspoiled, palm-fringed beaches, mountainous rain forests and coconut groves. Visitors will discover some of the world’s most beautiful white sands, along with secluded lagoons in Ang Thong National Marine Park. Ko Samui also entices many yoga enthusiasts who come for relaxing yoga retreats, while boasting a fabulous food scene, with casual eateries and Michelin-star restaurants serving a diverse array of cuisine, including fresh seafood, traditional Thai and burgers.

  • Krabi


    Located on the west coast of southern Thailand, Krabi offers extraordinary beauty with unspoiled white sand beaches that stretch for miles, edged by crystal-clear azure waters, while natural hot springs can be found in lush rainforest for an unforgettable soak. It’s also known for its dense mangrove forests and craggy sheer limestone cliffs, with more than 100 offshore islands. Island hopping is popular here – the Phi Phi Islands, spotlighted in the film “The Beach,” are just a 45-minte speedboat ride away, while popular Koh Poda can be reached by a longtail boat.

  • Phuket


    The largest island is Thailand is also home to some of the country’s most breathtaking beaches, with over 30 along its shores, all with soft white sands and an aquamarine sea. It offers lots of tourists with luxurious facilities, opportunities to indulge in famous Thai massages and dine on fresh-caught seafood. Hiking through its tropical forests bring opportunities to watch for all sorts of wildlife, including elephants, Malayan tapirs, black and sun bears, and monitor lizards. There are history museums, golf courses and a variety of day trips on offer, with longtail boats that can bring you to James Bond Island.

  • Ko Phi Phi

    Ko Phi Phi

    Sometimes referred to as a “hedonistic paradise,” Ko Phi Phi is actually a small island archipelago, made up of six islands, with Koh Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Leh the two main islands, some are just limestone rocks that rise out of the sea. One of the most popular destinations in Thailand, many come to feed the wild monkeys and see the spot where Leonardo DiCaprio’s movie “The Beach” was filmed. Ko Phi Phi attracts a young, energetic crowd who enjoy bar hopping, sunbathing and swimming off the curvy white sands backed by a stunning jungle interior.

  • Ko Phan Ngan

    Ko Phan Ngan

    Primarily made up of granite, fringed with long, postcard-perfect white sandy beaches while boasting a lush, hilly jungle interior, Ko Phan Ngan offers dramatic, nearly unspoiled beauty. Popular among diving enthusiasts, offshore there are nearly 20 dive sites. It may best be known for its Full Moon and Black Moon parties that attract thousands, but if you come in between you’ll enjoy a more tranquil atmosphere. Open from 4 p.m. until late at night, the Thong Sala Night Market is a must-visit for tasting a variety of traditional foods and more.

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