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Bangkok :

One of the most famous tourist sites in Southeast Asia. With skyscrapers dominating the skyline, vast markets line the streets. You should visit the Grand Palace and the impressive temple of Wat Pho with its giant reclining Buddha. The lively nightlife and sumptuous Thai cuisine attract visitors. So whether you are planning a vacation or going on an international internship, go for it!

Chiang Mai :

With over 300 temples in the city, there are many interesting places to explore! Chiang Mai is a charming city that is the perfect place to relax after a long period of travel in the country. Why not get a massage or satisfy your taste buds with some delicious street food?

Ayutthaya :

Not far from Bangkok is Ayutthaya, which was the largest city in the world in 1700! Although much of the city remains, it is amazing and the ruins hint at Ayutthaya’s glorious past. Exploring ancient sites like Wat Si Sanphet and Wat Phu Khao Thong is an exhilarating experience.

Chiang Rai :

Chiang Rai is located in the northernmost part of the country, famous for its beautiful white temple that glistens in the sun. Many people use the town itself as a base to explore the area, including the beautiful landscape. Then head to the beautiful Khun Korn Waterfall to refresh and recharge for the rest of your trip!

Kanchanaburi :

Located on the banks of the Kwai Noi and Yai Rivers, the city is best known for its bridge over the River Kwai. The museums are well worth a visit, as are the temples that dot the city. Sai Yok Noi and Erawan Falls, located in Erawan National Park, are nearby.

Pattaya :

Pattaya is certainly not for everyone, with hawker bars, massage parlors and tourist attractions being its main draw. Despite its reputation, there is now a wide range of water sports, shopping centers and entertainment facilities.

Nakhon Ratchasima :

This large, bustling city has vast markets and hawker stalls for you to wander through. As a result, many visitors to the city use it as a base to explore places like Khao Yai National Park. Asian elephants, lizards, gibbons and more beautiful views and hiking trails and for that alone, Korat is worthy of this large, bustling city.

Surat Thani :

Stretching along the coast facing the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao are the most popular destinations while Ang Thong National Park is another excellent destination. Be sure to visit the many lively night markets to soak up its authentic atmosphere, making it an ideal stopover before venturing out to the tourist sites.

Hua Hin :

Over the years, this has become a city on the sand and many Bangkokians look forward to spending their weekends enjoying the golf courses, water parks and day trips. Hua Hin is a great place to relax for a short while and there are several waterfalls and caves nearby that are worth exploring. Perfect for watching the sun go down.

Ubon Ratchathani :

Located on the banks of the Mun River, Ubon has a number of beautiful temples worth a visit, with the distinctive Wat Nong Bua being a particular highlight. The best time of year to visit is in July, when the town holds its fascinating candle festival. So take some fire with you and admire.

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