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1. Secret Buddha Garden/ Tarnim Magic garden

It’s not a temple but there are loads of Buddhist statues along with animals, birds and he even sculpted fish into the river ! There is a statue of him within the garden along with his parents. The whole place was so beautiful and there was something to see everywhere you turned, with a waterfall flowing through the whole area we found it to be very magical and well worth a visit

Also, the drive up to it is STUNNING 

From @jaynestravels_

2. Years go by, but the beauty and solitude of this place is still intact, just like years ago!

From withlaya

3. One of Bangkok’s most beautiful temples is the Wat Benchamabophit, also known as “the marble temple”

This place is a little far from the main touristic areas in Bangkok, but guess what? This is what makes it even prettier

When we got here, we had the whole place for ourselves and we had more time to appreciate the beauty of the temple

From @besteozmen

4. Dreaming sunset at Ko Lan Iland

From heybomb

5. Staying in Phi Phi Islands had been on my bucketlist and it was a realllly good experience

I would love to stay more and just chill and relax at the beach just swimming and admiring the beautiful view in front of me

Here are a few things that you MUST know before going there.
Also, almost all restaurants and cafés shut their kitchen around 10-11pm so I would suggest you all to have your dinner early as it’s difficult to find good food after that

And also, download the Maps offline as it becomes very difficult to navigate and ask for directions when most of the places shut early and you’ve to go back to your hotel after partying at the Loh Dalum Beach. ( That’s when we got lost cos our map wasn’t showing any way back to the hotel and we kept circling around the same place again and again. Plus it was very dark everywhere so it became difficult to navigate through the alley. But, luckily we found a local who helped us reach back)
Overall we had a very good experience and the only sad thing was we had to leave early and go back to Phuket so we couldn’t cover the view points and go island hopping.

If you have extra time go island hopping to Koh Lanta and maybe some other islands nearby since the Long Tail Boats take you everywhere easily.

From disha_chandreja

6. Sending good vibes from Koh Phi Phi island

From @dmitriy_gaidarov

7. Save this list for your trip with amazing locations to Bangkok

King Power Mahanakhon

Lumphini Park


Wat Saket

Wat Arun

Grand Palace

Wat Pho

Wat Ratchanatdaram

Wat Benchamabophit

Chatuchak Market


Jim Thompson House

Erawan Museum

Samut Prakan Ancient City

Wat Paknam

Jim Thompson House

From @besteozmen

8. Is your heart already melting? At Elephant Home Khao Lak, Thailand

When traveling I really enjoy spending time with animals so much . Thailand is home to many amazing Elephants. Unfortunately not all are treated as nice, that’s why it is really important to do a good research before.

This place in Khao Lak is a Elephant sanctuary, meaning they take care of all the sweet elephants that can not live in the wildness anymore. You can feed and help to wash them, no riding allowed and please never do this

From hilalstravelstories

9. Amazing view from above from Panak Island, Phuket

From saadalduaij

10. Set a love if you like this view

From  @missy.miguez

11. Here are reason why you should visit  Private Island Tour in Phi Phi Islands

How to Book?

Once you arrive in Phi Phi, there are plenty of tour stands and long tail boats who have the private tour option. You can compare a few options and book the one suitable as per your needs. The timings can be booked as per your choice and as early as 6-6:30 am.
How much does it cost?

For a private long tail boat it costs 1500 Baht for a 3 Hour tour and this can take up to 6 people and it’s inclusive of Snorkelling gear and Water. They also have the option of a 6 hour tour as well which you can opt for if you want to go to the Bamboo Island as well.
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From @disha_chandreja

12. Thailand’s highest observation deck offers 360 degree panoramic views from an indoor and outdoor viewing area

and is a must-see attraction to add to your Bangkok bucket list, at King Power Mahanakhon Skywalk

Mahanakhon SkyWalk

Daily from 10.00-19.00 hrs. (last admission 18.30 hrs.)

King Power Mahanakhon

Daily from 10:00 – 00:00 hrs.


Located in the heart of Bangkok, King Power Mahanakhon is conveniently accessible via public transportation and BTS Skytrain.

Address: 114 Narathiwas Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok

Things to not miss:

1. Sky rides

- A new and unforgettable experience! Come and experience the world’s 1st self-controlled ParadropVRTM City flyer. Choose your setting from City flyer, mountain or Moon base and let’s get flying!

2. Video Themes Elevators

- Step into one of Thailand’s fastest elevators and reach the 74th floor in less than 50 seconds! Enjoy a video-themed digital experience on your journey up the building.

3. Upside down BKK at the entrance

4. Sky deck

- A stunning 310 meter-high, 360-degree outdoor panoramic view on the very top of King Power Mahanakhon building. You’ll be exposed to the elements and sounds of the city below. From the glistening golden rooftops of Wat Pho and the Grand Palace to the luscious trees in Bangkrachao (the Green Lungs of Bangkok) along the banks of the Chao Phraya river, on a clear day you’ll be able to spot all the highlights of Bangkok for miles around including the Gulf of Thailand.

5. Glass Tray

- Perfect for adventure seekers, take a photo standing on Bangkok’s glass tray with a bird eye’s view of the beautiful skyline below. Visitors will be required to cover their shoes with a disposable shoe cover

6. Sunsets at the top

7. Eternalizing memories through photo album

8. BKK city view at night from the top is unmissable

From @adventures_and_us

13. 5 Hidden Gems in Chiang Mai. Save this post for your travels to Chiang Mai

1. Dantewada Land of Angels Waterfall Park

2. Wiang Kum Kam

3. Baan Kang Wat

4. Huay Tueng Thao Reservoir

5. I love flower farm


14. Wonderful around MAE YAO, Chiang Rai Province, Thailand

Randomly spotted this Buddha statue while riding a bike to explore Chiang Rai.

You can’t find it on Google Maps

From @createmoveinspire

15. Khun Dan Dam, Thailand. Have you been here before?


16. Jumping into the last weekend in Thailand be like, at Koh Lanta, Thailand

From joelle_regh

17. How to reach Phi Phi Islands? Here is how. Save and Share for later

The ferry option is the most convenient one since they have the option of the Open Ticket. Which gives you the liberty of going and coming back whenever you wish to. Just reach the Pier 30 mins prior to the departure and you’re good to go. While going from Phuket, inform the tour people when you wish to travel and they’ll come to pick you up and take you to the pier.

The cost of travelling : 1100 Baht ( Return Ferry and includes pick up and drop to/from the hotel as well ) which is very convenient and you don’t have to worry about anything.
The Speedboat tours are just a one day tour which pick you up from the hotel and take you for the tour directly. It’s a group tour and usually takes you to the main spots like Maya Bay, Pileh Lagoon, Snorkelling , Monkey beach and drops you back to the hotel. This is usually for people who have less time on their hands and only want to explore the touristy spots and not stay at the island.
We travelled from Phuket but even if you wish to travel from Krabi, there are plenty of options from there as well.
There are plenty of Tour stands near Patong beach and hence you can compare them and decide for yourself.

The stall that we booked from was beside the East Restaurant ( on the backside ) in the connected to the Roxanne Cafe. They have nice options for renting motorbike as well.


18. This is one of the most beautiful waterfalls I’ve ever seen in my life


Wachirathan waterfall is located on the way up to the Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai.


Located in the Chom Thong District of the Chiang Mai Province, this national park is a 90 km drive, which will take 1.5 hours to get there from the Old Town of Chiang Mai. The easiest way is driving yourself by car or motorbike to take route 108 towards Chomthong.


The entrance fee for the national park is 300 Thai Baht for foreigners. If you come by car it’s an extra 30 Thai Baht and for a motorbike it’s 20 Thai Baht.


When the sunlight hits the water droplets, a beautiful and colorful rainbow appears over the stream. There is also a steep cliff on the opposite called Pha Mor Kaew. Be aware that the path can be very slippery and muddy, so watch your steps and wear enclosed shoes.

From @jotti.soul.traveler

19. Iconsiam Bangkok - One of the best restaurants in Iconsiam if you fancy a good food and a view

From wander_soul_life_

20. Racha Island with the view from the drone


21. Sometimes we need to zoom out to see things more clearly, at Pullman at Naithon Beach, Phuket Thailand

And I was amazed when I saw this jungle from a different perspective. I love how you find a tropical jungle everywhere in Thailand, it’s truely so beautiful and you got it all: jungles, beaches, good food and culture

From hilalstravelstories

22. Chao Phraya Princess Dinner Cruise

I’m a bangkok night cruise lover!! I even arranged my pre-wedding party on a private speed boat! It’s a must-do activity in Thailand if you are new to bangkok!

Pick up the tickets at Icon siam before 7 first so you could go early to shop at Icon siam in the afternoon. Remember to reach the pier before 7:30 at latest.

Recommend the family tourist if you want to enjoy the view in a good price

From rw.bkk

23. Wonderful sunset here, at Railey Beach, Krabi, Thailand


24. Probably one of the most beautiful beach in Thailand, at Maya Bay

From adnokap

25. December is a magical month to visit Thailand


26. Explore with her new countries every year. And this 2022 she choose Thailand


27. My bucket list for Thailand next 2023

At the white temple there is a golden basin with lotus inside. There is a small tourist fairy tale, namely - you have to make a wish and throw a coin into the basin. If it lands in the upper part of the lotus, the wish will come true...

From @where_is_maara

28. Paradise has a name and it’s Thailand

From @thalys.comunello

29. A day in Koh Phangan Thailand

Malibu Beach (for free)

Phaeng Noi Waterfall ~2.71€

Scooter ~3.25€

Smoothie ~ 1.36€

Nightmarket  ~ 1.36€

From @travellovestorys

30. The magic of Krabi sunsets

From @worldpitou

28. Meet me on top of the mountain. Favorite view of the year on Dragon Crest Mountain in Krabi, Thailand

From @luke.outside

29. BKK, you stole my heart. Have you ever been to Bangkok and how did you like it? 

As much as I love island life I need to admit that this city became one of my favorites in the world.

From @sophiegoestropical

30. The pictures and videos don’t do justice to how beautiful this place was, at Kanchanaburi

To reach Kanchanaburi you can take a bus from Bangkok, Southern Terminal and it cost 120Baht per person and takes around 2.5-3 hours. After reaching here you’ll find a lot of Tuk Tuk Guys ready to take you for the day tours as per the places that you wanna cover and they’re very reasonable too. Don’t forget to Bargain.
The Erawan Waterfalls are located inside the Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi.
The entrance fee for the National park is around 250-300 Baht per person and an additional 30Baht for the vehicle entry fee.
If you can spend an entire day here, it’s totally worth it. The park closes around 5pm so you need to make sure that you reach there on time. I think 4-5 hours are more than enough for you to enjoy the place to the fullest


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