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About Thailand

Thailand attracts travelers from around the world with its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and tasty cuisine. Bangkok is the region’s transportation hub and boasts rich tourist attractions such as the Thai royal palaces, temples, floating markets, and phenomenal street food. Chiang Mai to the north is full of ancient temples and one of the world’s best night markets. Thailand’s southern islands host several world class resorts. Phuket is great for tourists, Hua Hin is elegant, Pattaya has a vibrancy, and Ko Tao is the place for diving enthusiasts. There definitely something for everyone in Thailand.

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Wat Phra Mahathat
4.7/5
224 Reviews
Temple
Wat Phra Mahathat is located in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Walking into the temple feels like entering a vast forest, which cools down all the heat. Here you can find the famous Buddha Head which is entwined by tentacle-like banyan roots. Wrapped around by the roots, the Buddha Head appears to have grown from the tree itself, and become part of the tree.
Chao Phraya Wichayen House
4.1/5
8 Reviews
Historical Site
Grand Palace
4.4/5
9,851 Reviews
Palace
Located in the heart of Bangkok, the Grand Palace is close to the Chao Phraya River and is a symbol of the Bangkok dynasty. It is also the first choice for tourists to go to Thailand. It is the royal palace of the first to eighth Thai emperors of the Bangkok dynasty and still used for ceremonies such as coronation and celebration. The Grand Palace comprises intermingled building groups totaling 22. The main building group has 4 distinctive palaces and the Jade Buddha Temple. Buildings are in Siamese style and bring together the best of Thai painting, sculpture and decorative art.
Khao Yai National Park
4.3/5
66 Reviews
National Park
Forest
Highway 2090, Tambon Hin Tung, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Nayok, Chang Wat Nakhon Nayok 26000

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TangBohu   
Posted: 23 Mar, 2017

Travelogue

Songkran: Thailand’s Wet and Wild Festival
Thailand
Festivals
Bangkok
Chiang Mai
Phuket
For most people, New Years evokes memories of large celebrations. Perhaps it’s watching the ball drop in New York’s Times Square, perhaps it’s the fireworks from Sydney Harbour Bridge. In Thailand and other places throughout Southeast Asia, New Years is an excuse to have a massive water fight. Thailand’s traditional New Years festival, known as Songkran, is observed every year from April 13-15. To understand Songkran is to gain an appreciation of Thailand and Thai culture. In this travelogue, we explore the traditions around Songkran and delve into some recommendations for great places to participate in the festivities. Make sure you’ve got a change of clothes, because we’re going to get wet.
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