Consisting of some hugely popular destinations like Bangkok, Hua Hin, Pattaya, Phuket, Koh Samui & Krabi, Thailand is the ideal holiday destination for couples to spend a romantic holiday. Beaches have always been major attractions for travellers on Thailand holidays. However, there is more to Thailand than just its spectacular beaches.
The country spoils its visitors with choice and makes it one of the best destination for those who are seeking historical and traditional pursuits. The charming heritage of the country is displayed in its numerous historical buildings and monuments that dot the city’s landscape. Places like the Grand Palace and Golden Mount are well-known for their royal and historic importance as well as impressive architecture. Those who want to experience some peace and tranquility can visit the Lumpini and Santichaiprakarn Parks that astound visitors with their picturesque beauty and charm.
Thailand is a land that is famous for its riotous and psychedelic nightlife. In no other place is it as evident as in Pattaya given the sheer multitude of options it provides to those looking for some adult entertainment. For those looking for some outdoor excitement, there is no dearth of entertainment options in Thailand which include parasailing, banana rides, snorkelling, and water scooter rides etc. Sailing on board a glass-bottomed boat to explore the vivid coral formations is one activity that you shouldn’t miss at any cost in Thailand.
No Asian destination is bereft of spirituality and Thailand has its grand share of Buddhist temples resonating with spirituality. The spiritually minded can explore scores of Buddhist shrines to transcend beyond the boundaries of the physical and material world. You must visit Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) and Wat Pho when you travel to Thailand. Wat Phra Kaew houses the highly revered holy Buddha, popularly known as Emerald Buddha which is carved out of green jasper and dressed in gold. Wat Pho, the largest and oldest Buddhist temple displays a unique statue of Buddha plated in gold. The statue of Buddha here is popularly known as the Reclining Buddha due to of its posture.