If you ask someone to pick a destination for their next trip, they’ll probably chew up all their nails and go berserk but will come out with no tangible choice. We have all been there, haven’t we? All of us deserve a getaway that beats all the previous trips ever taken and yet the whole process of planning becomes a major mood buster. However, you do not have to worry because we have picked one of the most perfect places for you in the Thailand bucket list. I am sure everyone has thought of going to this land of wonders at least once in their life. There is no guessing game here, it is Thailand!

Popularly referred to as the ‘Land of Smiles’, Thailand is an extremely friendly and warm country. It has places that can suit all the moods that exist, from peaceful retreats to party nights.  It is one of the most visited countries in Southeast Asia, and why wouldn’t it be! The country is relatively small in size but it has so much to offer to the visitors as well as its own citizens. The place is filled with the world’s renowned beaches, its food, magnificent heritage, and its green lush forests. Not only that, lots of people choose to visit the country for the tremendous spiritual energy it offers. People often go there to attain a balance of mind and body, and this they do under the most affordable packages possible.  It does sound appealing, doesn’t it? Read on to know what else the ‘Land of Smiles’ has in store for you. Also if you are from another country and planning a drive in Thailand then you need to get an IDP on International Driver’s Association.

Here is a Thailand bucket list for you:

1. Floating market

Floating market Thailand

The Saduak Floating Market is one of the most famous markets on the Thailand bucket list.  Located a few hours away from the center of the city of Bangkok, you’d see what a vibrant attraction it is. A wide variety of products are available there. You’d get very tasty local food, fruits, and vegetables. Not only that, the place seems like a living painting, depicting the local lifestyle of the country. Visiting the place early in the morning would simply be cherry on top. This is also one of the best places on the Thailand bucket list which every tourist should know.

2. Sathorn Unique Tower

The Sathorn Unique Tower is a great place to do unimaginable sightseeing for the entire city. This place will allow you to get a grasp of the magnificent beauty of the city, which is simply jaw-dropping. You only have to pay a nominal fee and as you go on the top the view of the river and the building would just leave you spellbound. This is also a great destination to watch the sunrise or the sunset.

3. Krabi

Situated on the west coast of Thailand, this province has a great number of national parks and tropical islands. If you are looking for adventures, you can go on a beautiful boat trip, rock climbing or diving and caving. It is also extremely famous for its Koh Phi Phi islands where a lot of people come for snorkeling. You can also just relax on the beach and sunbathe with your favorite book in your hand.

4. Seminal Islands

This island is one of the most beautiful places in the country. It is situated entirely within a marine national park and therefore is extremely raw and natural. There are nine main islands with clear blue water. The diving here is a must-do.

5. Kho Yai National Park

Established in 1962, Kho Yai National Park is hands down one of the best national parks in Thailand. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It covers 5 protected areas and has a wide range of flora and fauna for you to see. The main attractions are a little farther away from the center and so it gives a great opportunity for hitchhiking. You can also rent a bicycle to go around the park. There are various wildlife tours to guide you if you need assistance.

6. The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle

Around the confluence of the rivers Ruak and Mekong the golden triangle marks where the three countries of Myanmar, Thailand, and Laos, meet. It is called Sop Ruak by the locals while for the world it is the Golden Triangle. The river banks have a great number of market stalls and Statues of Buddha. As you set your foot on the riverbank, you will be able to see the three countries, the feeling will be magical.

7. The Grand Palace

It is one of the most blissful and serene structures situated in Bangkok. The fortified complex has its own story to tell from the grandeur and charm that it has. There are many golden structures and is also believed to have one of the most spectacular images of Buddha.  It was constructed in the late 18th century and attracts a great number of tourists every year.

8. Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay thailand

A visit to this place will make you have an experience of a lifetime. It is filled with numerous limestone formations, islands, and cliffs. You can explore the bay through a boat trip. The scenery will be filled with various shades of blue and green and will fill you with a feeling of calmness and spirituality. It is a great place to rejuvenate your mind.

9. Thailand Yoga Retreats

We have previously talked about how naturally serene Thailand is, in the Thailand bucket list. It is a great place to explore yourself, your mind, and your soul. To help you do that, the country has a lot of Yoga retreats that will assist you in your search for yourself. They offer yoga, meditation, and wellness retreats in settings that facilitate a kind of peaceful reflection. They have very comfortable arrangements for your stay and the people there are extremely warm who will make you feel at home. A yoga retreat will also be a great way to meet new people from across the globe. However, the packages are extremely reasonable and very wallet-friendly!

So then, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets today.

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Om Singh

Om Singh is a blogger at Retreat Kula, a website that offers the best platform to book yoga retreats and yoga teacher training for yogis around the world. He is always on the lookout for interesting places to visit. It took him 25 years of his life to realize where his true calling lies, but once that was done, there’s been no looking back.

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