There is more for the tourist to do in Thailand than can be expressed in a short article, but here are the seven best attractionsâ€” one for each day of the week.
Doi Inthanon National Park is located on the countryâ€™s highest mountain of the same name; it consists of acres of tropical rain forest and is home to over 300 bird species.
The country is full of caves, of which one of the most charming is Chiang Dao, outside the town of that name; its stalactites and stalagmites are spectacular.I was looking for more information and found it here.
The Grand Palace in Bangkok is a complex of buildings which tourists love visiting. All Thai monarchs since 1782 have lived here. The Emerald Buddha Temple is part of this complex.
Bangkok Art & Culture Center is full of interactive museums with exhibitions on Thai and foreign artists.
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Historical Park is a UN World Heritage Site located in Thailandâ€™s second capital. The ruins of Buddha statues and temples are located here.
Sukhothai, Thailandâ€™s first capital, also has a UN World Heritage Site park with religious shrines.
Phanom Rung Historical Park, with its Khmer temples, is in the southernmost part of the country.