1. Phi Phi Islands
Good base for snorkeling and diving trips. Excursions include the infamous Maya Bay where the DiCaprio movie The Beach was filmed.
From here you can also get to Phuket, Koh Chang, and Koh Lanta.
The Grand Palace is a must see sight and the grounds are home to numerous temples and wonders. The bustling Bangkok, too is the hub of any tour to Thailand.
3. Chiang Mai
Famous for the Sunday night markets, with hundreds of stalls selling food and artistic souvenirs. Visit the nearby Elephant Conservation Center.
Khao Yai National Park
There are a few wild elephants and not too many tourists. An excellent park to hike and swim.
Khao Sok National Park
One of the best parks for trekking, with a beautiful lake and wildlife to see.
The island that pulls the biggest tourist crowds. Host to a vegetarian festival.
Erawan National Park
Hike up to see this waterfall in seven tiers.
Visit the impressive Pai canyon, amid mountainous jungle, with nearby temples and waterfalls.
Thailand’s second largest island, with sleepy beaches and coconut groves. The landmark 12m-tall golden Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai Temple is located on a tiny island connected to Ko Samui by a causeway.
Explore the ruins in Thailand's 13th century capital.
White sand beaches and clear blue water make this one of the best beaches in the country
Nakhon Si Thammarat
Historic city with jungle, beautiful beaches and waterfalls.
Phimai Historical Park
Magnificent Khmer temple ruins.
Historic city a short ride from Bangkok.