One of the most visited countries around the world, Thailand in Southeast Asia, has in store for you numerous beaches and water sports, ancient temples, palaces and more. This beautiful country was formerly called Siam and offers you an unforgettable holiday filled with relaxing, adventurous and cultural activities. Choose from one of Ajeya Enterprises’s fantastic travel packages to experience all of its wonders!

Home to islands and cities, Thailand allows you to explore places like Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Krabi, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai, and Surat Thani. Bangkok is the capital city and a mix of the traditional and modern, featuring ancient temples, palaces, museums, markets, wildlife enclosures etc. Here would find the 18th century Grand Palace where the royalty has resided for years.

Like all of Thailand, Bangkok is popular for its gorgeous Buddhist temples like the Wat Pho, Wat Arun, and Wat Suthat. Don’t miss out on a ferry ride across the Chao Phraya River or visit museums like the National Museum, Muangboran and Suan Pakkad Palace. Lumpini Park, Safari World and King Rama IX Park are green spaces with diverse flora and fauna that will surely relax you!

When you travel to Thailand, make sure to add Phuket to your itinerary, the largest island famous for spectacular beaches like Patong Beach, Kata Beach and Surin Beach. Featuring turquoise blue waters, they are ideal for swimming, scuba diving, sunbathing, parasailing, sunset watching, getting massages etc. It’s also home to the massive Big Buddha statue, Phuket Elephant Park, Jui Tui Shrine and picturesque Promthep Cape.

With Thailand tour packages, you can tour the historical city of Chiang Mai, frequently drawing massive crowds to its splendid monasteries and temples like Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang. What’s more, partake in the incredible Chiang Mai Night Safari, go ziplining with Flight of the Gibbon, interact with local tribes or hike along trails like Doi Suthep.

Koh Samui, another major island, is a must-visit destination on your trip to Thailand. A paradise for nature lovers, it’s known for the breathtaking Ang Thong National Marine Park, Lad Koh Viewpoint overlooking the coast, magnificent Hin Lad Waterfall and Bang Po Beach. Some other of its highlights include the Coconut Museum, Secret Buddha Garden and Guan Yu statue.

Shopping for souvenirs at renowned markets like Chatuchak Market and Walking Street is a must, as is hitting up Soi Cowboy or Soi Buakhao to experience Thailand’s vibrant nightlife. Have a delicious meal at Coco Tam’s and Moom Aroi. For a remarkable trip, whether you are alone or with friends and family, Ajeya Enterprises offers you a plethora of choices when it comes to Thailand tour packages that are fully customisable and reasonably priced!

Places to Visit in Thailand

1. Bangkok : A city that never sleeps, Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a modern-day melting pot of contrasting cultures and faiths. Here, towering skyscrapers stand in harmony next to temples and monasteries. The luxury malls and shopping centres compete with the street bazaars and floating markets. Cuisines – both Thai and from around the world are showcased in all their glory on the streets as well as in rooftop restaurants.

2. Pattaya : Popularly known as Thailand’s night capital and party hub, Pattaya is a coastal city in the Gulf of Thailand. The beaches and islands in Pattaya offer a wide variety of watersports, snorkelling options, restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops, making it ideal for families, friends and couples. The nightlife in Pattaya is quite famous for being loud, flashy and handsy. 

3. Phuket : Golden beaches, numerous offshore islands, upbeat markets, a high octane nightlife and thrilling watersports characterise Phuket in a nutshell. Those who shy away from dizzy bright lights and alcohol will find themselves at the Cabaret shows or even at the ever-popular street markets. The Phuket Walking Street or Phuket Weekend markets are places where one can spend hours sifting through various clothes, souvenirs and novelty items.

4. Phi Phi Islands: With their pristine waters and vibrant parties, these islands are a wonderful way to spend a few days in Thailand. With four other islands besides the large ones, Phi Phi houses Bida Nok, Bida Nai, Ko Mai Phai, is also known as Bamboo Island. Phi Phi Islands became famous after the 2000 Hollywood flick ‘The Beach’ that was shot in Ko Phi Phi Le. Ko Phi Phi Leh houses The “Viking Cave” which is a thriving industry that sells edible birds nests.

5. Krabi : Krabi, a popular Southern Thai beach destination, is gaining popularity and is adored by many. Not as popular as Bangkok or Phuket, Krabi has its own charm and can manage to sweep you off your feet if you give it a chance.

6. Chiang Mai : Unlike its southern counterparts, Chiang Mai is known for its laid back vibes, numerous temples and monasteries, crowded local markets, natural and historical sites and countryside with lush greenery. Catering to a large number of expats, young contemporary travellers and families alike, Chiang Mai is a backpacking haven where activities like hiking, cycling, rafting and a plethora of outdoor activities are popular.

7. Ayutthaya : Ayutthaya, short for Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, is a small city in Thailand containing archaeological sites like temples, monasteries, palaces, etc. It lies just 80 kilometres north of Bangkok and hence is an ideal destination for a day trip from Bangkok. It is a beautiful city oozing history and culture and a UNESCO world heritage site. It derives its name from the Sanskrit word for the place Ayodhya of Ramayana, the birthplace of Lord Ram.

8. Khao Sok National Park: Khao Sok National Park, in the Surat Thani province of Thailand, is the largest pristine forest in the area and is a small part of a rainforest that in yesteryears was bigger and denser than the Amazon rainforest. Rich and diverse in flora and fauna, the park is one of the best places to witness rare species such as Rafflesia flower, hornbill birds, gibbons and tigers. Punctuated by limestone cliffs, mountains, splendid sandstone and mudstone rocks, this is the wettest part of Thailand.

Things to Do in Thailand

1. Island Hopping Across Thailand : Thailand has over 300 islands, and most of them are tourist attractions. So if you are going to Thailand, make sure to visit some of the popular islands, finding new beaches and bays in longtail boats. You can also rent a Kayak and tour through the karst formations, coves and the beaches at your own pace, away from the masses of tourist boats and passenger ferries.

2. Get a Thai Massage : A trip to Thailand would be incomplete without getting a Thai massage. Thai massages are unique and famous all over the world for inculcating yogic and natural practices and elements for healing and rejuvenation.

3. Shop in the Floating Markets : The floating markets of Thailand, especially those in and around Bangkok, adorn many magazine covers and posters, regarded as an iconic representation of the country. These markets along canals are mostly jam-packed with slender boats brimming with fresh produce, fruits, souvenirs and even food.

4. Ride a TukTuk : Tuk-Tuk – Thailand’s very own automated rickshaw is another popular magazine cover staple. Found throughout the country, they are the cheaper mode of transport as compared to taxis. You can’t miss riding on one while getting from one place to another as it makes for great photographs, fun conversations with the driver and it saves money too!!

5. Enjoy a Full Moon Party : Approx 30000 travellers from all over the world travel to the beaches of Koh Phangan to celebrate the full moon with a blast. These parties are full of lights, colours, music, dance and nonstop alcohol. And if you’re tired of dancing, go for a swim in the warm water of the sea or relax in the surrounding bar.

6. Watch a Muay Thai Fight : An integral part of Thai culture, Muay Thai or Thai boxing is a form of martial art which emphasises on the use of punches and kicks. Be sure to watch an exhibition of traditional fighters have a go at each other, showcasing why this traditional art form is one of the deadliest and most refined in the world.

7. Get a Sak Yant Tattoo : Sak Yant Tattoos are traditional tattoos done by monks with heated metal rods. It is believed that the tattoos are blessed and protect their bearers from ill health, injuries and also bring forth spiritual well being and good luck.

8. Watch a Ladyboy Cabaret Show : Thailand’s cabaret shows stand out from regular cabaret shows around the world. The performers are ladyboys who are an accepted part of society and Thai culture. From elegant dances, songs and whirling acrobatics, these shows have it all.

9. Explore the Night Markets : Thailand is famous for its night markets. Almost all the cities in Thailand have night markets. These markets are a great place to get a glimpse of local culture, foods, live music, and souvenirs.

10. Interact with Elephants at Sanctuaries : Across the country, there are many sanctuaries and parks where these gentle giants are cared for and open to interaction with visitors. At these ethical sanctuaries and parks, visitors can choose to volunteer to bathe, feed and play with the elephants. Spreading awareness about elephant conversation is the primary cause which the sanctuaries work towards.

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