Presenting a mesmerizing portrait, Thailand is South East Asia’s most popular travel destination. It’s not hard to see why. The bustling country is forever active and full of life. Its gorgeous landscape boast not just the countryside comprising of traditional farms but beautiful ancient ruins and clean, pristine beaches along the coastlines. You can find Buddhist temples all over the places and monks draped with orange robes tending to them. You will also see tribal people selling their unique hand made crafts.
For tourists who wish to explore a tropical island country to the fullest, Thailand with its crowded cities full of busting energy, the natural beauty of mountains, it’s ethnicity and beautiful sights, is your places to go.
The main tourist attractions are Its majestic pagodas and scented temples. However, the floating markets and numerous islands are a sirens call for an experience like no other. There are a plethora of places to be visited here. Some are brimming with people, others are quiet and peaceful.
But here is a list of all the things to do and experience in such a beautiful place.
1. Long Neck Villages of Thailand:
As the name suggests, the Long Neck Villages are occupied by a tribal group named Karen who are famous for their long necks. This unique experience will let you witness women of the tribe wearing traditional brass rings that are so heavy. They weigh down the shoulders that gives the appearance of an elongated neck. It is believed that the brass rings protect the ladies wearing the neck piece if a tiger attacks
2. Full Moon Party at Haad Rin:
The best night of your life will take place here! Every full moon night on the beaches of Koh Phangan a vibrant mix of travellers from all over the world dance barefoot to a wide spectrum of music ranging from reggae to trance and drum to bass
3. Floating Market:
Filled with utter confusion and mayhem, sellers wearing a traditional mo hom shirt and a straw hat sell their wares ranging from delicious street food to traditional clothes and handmade ornaments, to buyers in boat taxies navigating through narrow canals.