Phang Nga Bay
One of Thailand's most stunning tourist locations is Phang Nga Bay, a sensuous and heavenly bay that is bounded by the islands of Phuket, Phang Nga, and Krabi. Here, diving into the emerald-green sea is the only thing you'll want to do. The distance between the aforementioned destinations and Phang Nga Bay, which has the well-known island of Khao Phing Kan, also known as James Bond Island, is only 95 kilometers (as some part of the Bond movie, The Man with the Golden Gun was shot here).
One of the movie's most notable sequences gave viewers a look at Ko Tapu, a sea stack that is today well-known among tourists. Aquatic grottoes and limestone caves, where you may even kayak and explore the ceilings of clastic rock, are some of the other sights to view at the bay.
Bangkok is lit by the golden pagodas as darkness sets. A visit to the Thai capital would be incomplete without seeing the Grand Palace, similar to ignoring the Taj Mahal when in Agra. Within the walled-in complex that draws tourists from all around the world, the Grand Palace is a well-known landmark.
The complex's halls, pavilions, wats, and other buildings are situated along the banks of the River Chao Phraya and are encircled by vast lawns, impressive courtyards, and lush gardens. For capturing stunning pictures, it offers a lovely backdrop. When you enter through the main Visetchaisri Gate, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, a well-known monument nearby, is immediately to your left.
The Similan Islands, a collection of nine upwellings created by hot magma, are situated off the coast of Phang Nga Province in southern Thailand and are a picture-perfect getaway. Every year, the island is visited by a diverse group of tourists and adventurers who come from all around to engage in activities like diving and island hopping.
These islands are renowned for their abundant coral reefs and interesting underwater rock formations for divers. The East of Eden and Elephant Head Rock are two dive destinations that are frequently visited. The greatest time to visit the Similan Islands is in March when the weather is calm and the water is clear. At this time, you may see a variety of colorful fish species wiggling their fins in the turquoise seas that surround the Similan Islands.
Erawan National Park
Erawan National Park provides itself as an attractive destination to visit because it is surrounded by mixed deciduous forests. This tourist destination is situated in western Thailand and offers a variety of intriguing places to keep visitors busy. The Erawan waterfalls, which are a well-known sight in addition to getting a close-up look at some of the wild creatures, reptiles, and birds, are named after the three-headed white elephant from Hindu mythology.
It is located on the park's eastern edge. Ta Duang Cave, Phartat Cave, Ta Duang Cave, Mi Cave, Wang Bah Dan Cave, and Reua Cave are some of the additional attractions in this area. The park also offers a number of hiking paths, including the Khao Hin Lan Pee and Mong Lay Dry Evergreen Forest Nature Trails.