Thailand is the second most-visited country in Southeast Asia (guess who is first?). Strategically located in the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand is an appropriate starting place to explore the greater region, such as neighbouring Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia. More importantly, Thailand offers a well-developed tourist infrastructure, such as a well-connected transportation network, an extensive range of accommodation options and beautifully-paved roads (most countries in the region do not have them).
As you dive into the things you can do in Thailand, take a look at the map of where I have been and what I did. There are many interesting places in Thailand that you do not usually find in tourist guides, and surely you will not want to miss any of them!
Do also check out some of my articles about travelling in Thailand:
After Bangkok, Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second most-visited city. There is a lot to see in Chiang Mai, especially if ...Read More
You have seen many temples, but I am sure never something like Wat Pha Sorn Kaew. Wat Pha Sorn Kaew ...Read More
Sam Phan Bok is on my list of the wonders of the world. Literally translated as “three thousand holes”, Sam ...Read More
Mae Hong Son is a stop in the famous Mae Hong Son loop that starts and ends in Chiang Mai ...Read More
Like 33 million other people, you too will be spending some time in Bangkok as you explore what Thailand has ...Read More
The Bang Pa-in Summer Palace was a surprising find for me. While most people skip it for a direct transfer ...Read More
For many, Vientiane is a starting point for other more exotic locations such as Luang Prabang and Vang Vieng. Before ...Read More
Going to Chiang Mai from Bangkok or vice versa? The 13-hour overnight train is a great way to experience sleeping ...Read More
Step aside Bangkok, it is time for your neighbours to shine! We love Bangkok for her historical charms, Khao San ...Read More
Do check out my destinations page to see where else have I written about! Also, find out where I have been so far through my travel footprints page.