Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is the most famous and important temple in Chiang Mai and Thailand every visitor must pay a visit.
Teddy Bear Museum is the first and only teddy museum in Southeast Asia. It offers difference happy and impression not the same as anywhere else in the world for all who visit.
Erawan Falls undoubtedly is a must-see attraction at Erawan National Park. In Hindu mythology the erawan is the three headed elephant. The Falls have seven tiers and many see the resemblance between the falls and the creature from mythology.
National Gallery Museum housing both contemporary and traditional Thai art, is home to the best public collection in Thailand.
Wat Pho is one of the largest and oldest temples in Bangkok, constructed nearly 200 years before Bangkok became Thailand’s capital.
Prasat Hin Phimai is a largest Khmer temple in Thailand featuring an unique Khmer architecture.
Ayuthaya Historical Park is the ancient capital of Siam which is famous for many temple ruins and historical sites.
Ko Nang Yuan is a small island located in the Central Gulf Coast of Southern Thailand where is considered as one of the best snorkelling and driving spots in Thailand.
Sukhothai Historical Park in Thailand covers about 27 square miles (70 sq km) and is divided into five zones. The central area alone contains 21 temples enclosed by a moat, the greatest of which has 200 pagodas.
Death Railway or Burma Railway is not only have transportation function but also is tourist attraction where visitors can learn more about Thailand's history.