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Amazing Bucket List Destinations To Travel To This 2024 #22

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1. Here is a quick Thailand travel itinerary

Bangkok (2 days)
🏛️ wat arun (temple)
🛕wat phra kaew (temple)
⛩️ Wat Benchamabophit (temple)
🐉 Wat samphran (temple)
🛶 Damnoen Saduak (floating market)
🪭 Chinatown ( food market)
👘 chatuchack (market)
🔅 Tichuca (rooftop)
🏮Khao san road (street)

Phiphi islands (3 days)
🐒 monkey beach
🌴pileh lagoon
🌺 maya bay
👙 tom sai beach
🐚 koh dalum beach

Koh samui (2 days):
🪨overlap stone
💎 crystal bay beach
🏟️ Lamai night market
🎣 fisherman village night market
🐘 Elephant sanctuary
🐷 Pig island

koh tao (3days):
🥭 Mango Bay (beach)
🌸John suwan viewpoint
🪸freedom beach
🐳 shark bay (beach)
🗿Nang yuan island

From @andrechaica

2. Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of Dawn, is a famous Buddhist temple located in Bangkok, Thailand

along the Chao Phraya River. It is renowned for its stunning architecture, characterized by its central prang (tower) adorned with colorful porcelain tiles and seashells. Wat Arun is one of Bangkok’s most iconic landmarks and a popular tourist destination.

From @walidestinations

3. Happy Thai New Year 💙💦🍾🎉 Sawasdee Pee Mai 🔫Happy Songkran 2024

From @trunksupofficial

4. Send this to someone visiting thailand soon


1. La Litta Cafe Chiang Rai
2. Krabi Hot Springs
3. Wat Rong Suea Ten
4. Khao Lak Phangnga
5. Siam Beach Koh Kood
6. Hong Islands Krabi
7. Akha Farmville Chiang Rai

From @jennasilver_


6. Khao Sok will leave you speechless 😳

Stunning views of Lake Cheolan. One of the most beautiful places in the south of Thailand. Located 2 hours drive from Phuket. On the way to the lake we stop at interesting places.

From @christophe_travels

7. Morning sunrise from Samed Nangshee View Point

From @javicamonm

8. Wat Rong Suea Ten, the Blue Temple of Chiang Rai

From @movewithpauline

9. Sunset over North Point Beach in Koh Lipe 🏖

From @tobi.schoepflin

10. Find serenity as you hit the open road of Thailand

Let the wind guide you to beautiful destinations and immerse yourself in the vibes of exploration..🚗 🌄

From @koalamarty

11. Amazing views of Koh Phi Phi lagoon 💙

From @iamfabreezy

12. 7 places not to miss when visiting Thailand

From @2troubletravelers

13. Only the best view I need right now!

From @travelmonster.nl

14. The charm of Bangkok and its busy life

From @sillage.an

15. Amazing FPV Views from Railay Beach

From @iamfabreezy

16. Send this to someone who’s going to travel Thailand soon

From @reispackers

17. Morning Sea Fog Over The Mountains Of Phayao

From @onamon.photo

18. Dinner is served for everyone 🐶

From @wearehappydoggo and @niall.harbison

19. Sunset over the Golden Mount Temple in Bangkok

From @kerstenwenge

20. Can you guess where is this island? Watch until the end if you want to know the answer🏝️

From @iamfabreezy

21. Lost in the serenity of Phi Leh Lagoon, where crystal waters meet towering cliffs 💙

From @krataee03

22. The Maeklong Railway Market or the Bangkok train market is built on an active train track

The original Maeklong market opened in 1905, and when the new train line was planned a few years later, vendors refused to move from the location.

Thailand is packed full with markets scattered all of the country, and it’s no secret markets are where you’ll find the best Thai food and local Thai produce. But the Maeklong Railway Market has something that makes it unique compared to anywhere else.

This market is built on an active railway line with trains running right through!

One minute stalls are set up covering the tracks as both locals and tourists go about shopping. And the next minute a warning bell sounds and a train approaches. The market rapidly packs away allowing the train to pass by at a touching distance. Then mere seconds after the train has passed, the Maeklong market springs right back into action on the railway as if nothing has happened. There isn’t anywhere else in the world like it

From @niko_gaspa

23. Perhaps the most magical and well-known festival in the Land of Smiles is the Thai Lantern Festival

This festival, also known as the Yee Peng Festival (Yi Peng Festival), is marked by thousands of floating lanterns being released into the night sky. This festival is celebrated throughout northern Thailand, but one city, in particular, attracts many visitors from all over the world: Chiang Mai.

On the same day as the Yee Peng Festival, another similar but slightly different festival is celebrated by Thais throughout the country. This national Thai festival is known as Loy Krathong. It can be recognized by the candle-lit floats that float along the waterways and the fireworks that light up the night sky.

If you happen to be in Chiang Mai on the twelfth full moon of the lunar calendar, traditionally in November, you can celebrate both festivals together as one huge festival of lights that makes for an unforgettable vacation!

The Yi Peng Lantern Festival is a religious holiday celebrated in the northern region of Thailand. The traditions date back to the ancient times of the Lanna Kingdom. Once a year, people gather to honor Buddha and ask for good luck and wisdom before lighting the lanterns or “khom loy” and releasing them gently into the night sky. These floating lanterns create a magical landscape of soft, glowing lights as far as the eye can see.

From @jmspht

24. Koh Phangan Most Amazing View 🤸🏻

From @niko_gaspa

25. Tag Someone Who Loves Snakes 🐍

From @akr.p x @bigoceanworld

26. Magical Sunset from Phayao 😻

From @boboabeargirl

27. True Paradise can be found in Thailand

From @phuket_islands_tours

28. Good vibes 🔥Only at Thailand

From @crystal.film_

29. One Month in Thailand

From @your_passport

30. Magical sunset from Koh Chang

Situated discreetly between Kai Bae beach and a quaint fisherman village in Koh Chang, The Retreat Koh Chang presents breathtaking views of the Gulf of Thailand.

The resort is dedicated to cultivating a tropical Zen atmosphere, evident in every aspect, making it an ideal sanctuary for guests seeking relaxation and rejuvenation.

From @theretreatkohchang

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