We've gathered 6 amazing places where you can experience the coolest and most alternative locations that this beautiful and exotic country has to offer.
Located at southwest of Bangkok, Phechaburi is an ancient city filled with temples and the former Royal Palace. Inside of a cave named Tham Khao Luang, you can find and archaic Buddhist shrine with various chambers embellished with Budda’s sculptures and images. Beams of light pierce down from above and illuminate different sections of the cave providing the visitors a divine experience.
Ethereal is a word that can perfectly describe this viewing. Mostly sought out during Valentine’s season, the overflowing lake with thousands lotuses is a unique experience for any tourist. There is also a Red Lotus Sea Festival which is held in mid-January every year at the nearby Wat Bandiem.
If you are into eccentric and intriguing places, Siam@Siam Hotel is the perfect place for you. A mixture of Thailand’s folklore and traditional art with a coeval design and architecture, the hotel offers an informal atmosphere that suits those seeking accommodation with a twist. You can enjoy a extensive and a immersive experience with the hotel’s restaurant specialized on French gastronomy, or dance on the hotel’s floor party or have a relaxing view from the rooftop in an infinity pool while you admire the city.
Ekamai is where you will find the best chic boutique outlets in Bangkok. If you are looking for original and unique designer brands, you can start at Liberty Area One. From italian vintage leather shoes to vintage items from Japan this area is a variety of cultures. All mixed into a retro shop universe also merged with restaurants and bars around. Now if you fancy the usual brands, you can check the Gateway Mall which is the largest shopping complex in Ekamai, with tons of Japanese restaurants, IT shops, clothing, and just about anything you could ask for in a shopping mall.
Conrad Koh Samui is an award-winning luxury pool villa resort. Boasting a prime location nestled on a lush hillside overlooking the island’s southwestern tip. Surrounded by a verdant jungle and sparkling waters. The hotel is a paradise isle for a romantic getaway or a soothing spa break.
Doi Inthanon National Park is the highest point in Thailand. Visit the twin royal pagodas of Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon is a must while visiting the park. Located not far from the top of Doi Inthanon, the two amazing and beautiful pagodas were built to commemorate the King and Queen’s 60th birthdays. Gardens of Royal Twin Pagodas are also breathtaking, it’s a divine and lush green surroundings, where you can find a peaceful spot and enjoy the divine royal experience.
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