10 Landmark in Thailand that we recommend

When you want to travel to Thailand Where do you start?

with 10 tourist attractions in Thailand

If you want to travel to Thailand, but you don’t know how to start. Today, Jo Sea Sa will introduce you to travel in Thailand, so you have the way for traveling.

  1. Bangkok

Bangkok or the capital city of Thailand provides you with a wide range of food, including Brand Name Fashion or Michelin Stars dishes such as Kai Jaew Poo Jay Fai (Chef Fai’s Crab Omelet). Bangkok also has many popular landmarks such as Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram (Wat Phra Kaew) where a temple has been with Thai people for a long time. All year round, this is a place where the Emerald Buddha statue is enshrined and has excellent architecture. Siam Paragon is a center for both Thai people and foreigners, and is complete with delicious food and brand-name products waiting for you to own.

  1. Pattaya

Thailand’s major tourist destination, Pattaya, is famous for its seaside towns with diverse attractions such as Prasat Thaksin Temple, Pattaya Walk Road, Four Region Water Market, and The Cabaret Shows unlike any other. Pattaya was a community and industry. The main occupation is fishing that was described in the life and  house in the past. The simple life of the villagers makes it possible for them to enjoy fresh and clean seafood at affordable prices.

  1. Phuket

Phuket is another major tourist destination in Thailand and the world. The 10th best tourist destination in the world received a majority of votes from tourist attractions, culture, food, and travel convenience. Phuket was given as one of life’s once-in-a-lifetime destinations. This place has been nicknamed “Andaman Pearls” because of the beautiful sea beaches of nature, the old town, architecture, food, eating, and accommodation are interesting.

  1. Koh Samet (Island)

Popular tourist islands are easy to travel to because it’s near Bangkok. It is a small island located on the Gulf of Thailand’s east coast. Rayong has an island with beautiful sandy beaches, clear seawater, a shady atmosphere, and inexpensive fresh seafood.

  1. Koh Samui (Island)

The island is famous all over the world. It is Thailand’s second largest island after Phuket Island. It is located in the Gulf of Thailand and has been nicknamed “Heaven in the middle of the Gulf of Thailand” because Samui Island is rich in unique tourism resources and  beautiful natural attractions such as white sand beaches with coconut trees at beachside, waterfalls with clear, and cool water most of the year.

  1. Koh Lan (Island)

Koh Larn is another tourist island of Pattaya. It is 7 kilometers from Pattaya. The island has many beautiful beaches. Most of the time, this place is full of tourists who come to play in the water, see coral reefs, and play water sports such as ski boats and parachute boats. Moreover, Koh Larn has an important selling point with beautiful beaches, for example, Tawaen Beach, Thonglang Beach, Nuan Beach and Tien Beach.

  1. Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is a province in the North of Thailand. It’s the second largest in Thailand. Chiang Mai has a long history, but in ancient times, it was the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. There is a beautiful and famous history and tradition of local culture of Thailand. There are also many delicious local foods such as Khao Soi.

  1. Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta is a large island where people have lived for a long time. There is a beautiful nature of sandy beaches and clean sea water that is full of abundance. Koh Lanta has a unique identity in that it is private, quiet, not crowded, which is suitable for relaxing, recharging your batteries, and you will find a pure atmosphere.

  1. Kanchanaburi

This place is located in the biggest area at Western region of Thailand.  Most of the area is forest, mountain, and the beautiful canal that is suitable for nature lovers and tourists.

  1. Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya or another name is PhraNakhonsriAyutthaya. It is a former capital of Thailand. There is evidence of being a city in the Chao Phraya River Basin from about the 16th – 18th centuries with traces of the city’s location, ancient sites, antiques, and stories of events in the form of legends, chronicles, and stone inscriptions, which are considered contemporary evidence. Ayutthaya is suitable for tourists that like to study Thai history in the past.