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About Thailand

Thailand's must-see attractions include the majestic Grand Palace in Bangkok, the historic Ayutthaya ruins, and Chiang Rai's mesmerizing White Temple (Wat Rong Khun). Natural wonders like the Phi Phi Islands in Phuket and Erawan Falls in Kanchanaburi also top the list of Thailand tourist attractions that are not to be missed.
Families with children can explore the interactive Art in Paradise museum in Bangkok, have fun at Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark, or enjoy an enriching experience at the Chiang Mai Zoo. Thailand activities for kids also include educational visits to the SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World and thrilling times at Phuket's Splash Jungle Water Park.
Thailand boasts an array of outdoor activities, from trekking in Doi Inthanon National Park and rock climbing in Krabi's Railay Beaches & Caves, to snorkeling in the clear waters of the Similan Islands. Adventurous spirits will also cherish elephant experiences in Northern Thailand and kayaking through the mangroves of Ao Thalane.
Indoor adventurers can enjoy the Bangkok Escape Room challenge, take Thai cooking classes, or marvel at the Siam Niramit Cultural Show. For a serene retreat, spas in Bangkok and Chiang Mai offer traditional Thai massages and wellness treatments—perfect Thailand activities for rejuvenation.
The best tours in Thailand offer experiences like city tours in Tuk Tuks in Bangkok, cultural explorations in Sukhothai Historical Park, and night market food tours in Chiang Mai. Culinary enthusiasts can also join street food tours, while nature lovers can opt for guided jungle treks.
Popular museums in Thailand include the Bangkok National Museum, the Museum of Siam, and the Jim Thompson House for art and history buffs. The unique Erawan Museum is also a favorite, along with MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) for modern art lovers.
For rainy days, visitors can take shelter in Bangkok's many shopping malls while enjoying a shopping and food tour, visit the interactive exhibits at the Museum of Siam, or engage with the arts at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. Guided museum tours and cooking classes are also excellent rainy-day Thailand activities.