In love with Amazing Thailand

Thailand is a beautiful country located in South East Asia and is now one of the most popular tourist destination in the world. Its capital city Bangkok has made record of most visited city in the world for last few consecutive years. According to Mastercard’s 2019 Global Destination Cities Index, Bangkok welcomed 22.7 million International visitors in 2019 and was ranked as the top destination for global travelers. This is a promising reason for everyone to include Thailand in our bucket list. So I was really excited and eventually planned a trip to Thailand to witness this amazing destination.

Thailand is also known as “The Land of Smiles”. It has everything to offer to its tourists, from its welcoming culture to breathtaking nature, from its sublime beaches to decorated innumerable Buddhist temples, from natural wonders to ancient archaeological sites, from interesting history to exciting wildlife, from city buzz to unmissable nightlife. Here in this travel article I will share my story of Thailand trip through best pictures that must excite everyone to make a visit to this amazing land soon.

Here on Day 01 in Thailand, I start my tour with Bangkok temple tour. Lets first visit Wat Traimit in Bangkok
In Wat Traimit I saw 700 years old statue of Golden Buddha. It is made of pure Gold and weighs 5.5 tonnes
At Wat Pho in Bangkok
The statue of reclining Budhha in Wat Pho
A visit to The Grand Palace in Bangkok which is the official residence of Kings of Thailand
Its time to take a boat ride on famous Damnoen Saduak floating market
The famous Death Railway in Kanchanaburi that passes over River Kwai
The Bridge over River Kwai in Kanchanaburi
Life on quiet and peaceful River Kwai
Named after Ayodhya of India, this ancient Thai capital prospered culturally, economically and socially for around 400 years before its collapse in 18th century. At Ayutthaya Historical Park, you can find its ancient temples, civilization, walls, royal palaces and remains…….Its an archaeologists’ paradise
With more than 90% of Thailand’s population as Buddhists, you are blessed and witnessed to innumerable Wat (Temple) and Buddha idols
Lets climb the stairs and visit this Chedi
With innumerable Buddha idols at Wat Phu Khao Thong, Ayutthaya
And I visited Reclining Buddha of Wat Lokaya Sutha in Ayutthaya
This is such an interesting and sacred spot in Ayutthaya. Buddha head embedded in a Banyan tree
My stay at Royal Cliff Grand Hotel in Pattaya. What a gorgeous view of Gulf of Thailand from my balcony
Swimming Pool and Sea in the background. Its time to dive into i
Its time for Sun, Sand and Sea
Time to spend evening and sunset on the beach
Cheers and time for my favorite thing – a glass of Red Wine
Live Thai cultural performance on stage
Welcome to Chiang Mai in North Thailand….I can not express my joy in words how much fun it is to walk on the streets of Chiang Mai
I love these street lined open restaurants in Chiang Mai
A beautiful Buddha statue under Bodhi tree in Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
With cute Thai kids
I made a visit to Thai Elephant Care centre. Its my turn to feed these gentle giants of Chiang Mai
With the national animal of Thailand – Elephant
Its time for an exciting boat trip from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai
A visit to Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai that is also called as “White Temple”
A visit to nearby monastery in Chiang Rai on my birthday was really special. Thanks to my guide Vishnu for taking me
In Chiang Sean I visited famous Golden Triangle that is the meeting point of three countries – Thailand, Myanmar and Laos
And I made a boat trip to Laos from Thailand…So happy and excited I am to meet kids of Laos. It was such an amazing moment for me and brings smile on my face whenever I look at this picture
The lush rice fields of Thai countryside
Here I see Myanmar from Thailand….Mae Sai River – a natural boundary between these two countries

Hope you guys loved these pictures of my exciting Thailand trip.

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