5 Mind-Blowing Cities of Thailand That You Can’t Afford To Miss

Thailand is a tourist hub and it hasn’t earned this reputation for anything lesser frenzy. The continuously escalating numbers of tourist speak volumes about how unique and attractive this country is. There are very rare things that one should not miss out on and a visit to Thailand is one of them. There are so many destinations that you will find it hard to visit each of them on a short trip of 3-4 days.

Thailand not only has particular places of sightseeing but few of its entire cities are worth seeing. Many cities in Thailand are full of uniqueness and beauty that is hard to find anywhere else in the world. If you have a limited budget, you should try ส่วนลด klook for best deals.

You might go to places of sightseeing for a typical tour but I would recommend you to not miss out on these 5 cities if you can manage to get time for it.

Kanchanaburi

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This city is located in the western part of Thailand and situated at the edge of the Mountains. The small city resides on the banks of a Kwaithat river and you must not consider dropping this place from your visiting list for any reason whatsoever. The city has an infamous bridge known for its railway route to Myanmar. The railway track is named Death Railway as it was used by Japan during its occupation in second World War to carry thousands of poor Labourers and prisoners. The city also has the dazzling Srinakarind National Park where you can witness amazing waterfalls and ancient caves. The city is also a home of numerous Elephants.

Krabi

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The town of Krabi is located on the southwestern coastline and consist of pristine beaches. The sea water looks crystal clear on its beach. There are a few seaside cliffs here which attract many adventure seekers to try their hand at scuba diving or rock climbing etc. The city also includes waterfalls and temples. The railway beach located at a distance where you can only reach through the boat offers an astonishing view of the sunset and is highly recommended to experience it during your visit.

Phetchaburi

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This city is the capital of the province Phetchaburi. The city is located in the south-western direction of Bangkok and has a very rich history that dates back to ancient times. There are many architectural works which will leave you mesmerized. The city holds a number of ancient temples and a historical Royal Palace. The city also gives you an opportunity to explore the Tham Khao Luang Cave that is known for its Buddhist shrine. The city’s skyline looks really amazing and you wouldn’t be unable to resist yourself praising its beauty.

Nong Kai

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The city of Nong Kai oozes the charming culture of Thailand to perfection. It can give you an experience of living a compassionate life with other people. The friendliness of people over here is unbelievable. You can visit many brilliant places around. There is a place where there are few mysterious rocks formations which you must check out and visit some elegant temples in the region. It would be better to plan your journey in such a way that you could catch any one of the many famous festivals celebrated annually by the local population.

Sukhothai

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This city was once the proud capital of Thailand. Its Historical Parks are epic and will definitely keep you amazed. The ruins of what Thailand possessed in its capital are preserved very well so much so that you could relate to how their society would have been back in ancient time. The area is large therefore it is recommended that you rent a bike to go through the ruins entirely. Another marvel is the huge figures of Gautam Buddha which illuminate under the bright sun.

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