It's no secret that Thailand has some pretty wonderful spots because it's one of the most well-liked tourist destinations in the world. Many people think of Thailand as having white sand beaches and palm palms, but it also has tropical rainforest, mist-covered mountains, and impressive historic monuments.



Thailand's capital, Bangkok, is a sizable city distinguished by elaborate shrines and a bustling street scene. Flowing past the Rattanakosin royal area, home to the sumptuous Grand Palace and its sacred Wat Phra Kaew Temple, the boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals. Both Wat Pho Temple, with its large reclining Buddha, and Wat Arun Temple, with its steep steps and spire in the Khmer style, are nearby.

The city is well-known for its red-light districts, as well as for its street bustle and cultural attractions. Other tourist sites include the nightlife scenes of Khaosan Road and Patpong contrast with the Grand Palace and Buddhist temples like Wat Arun and Wat Pho. Travelers can feel mostly safe in Bangkok. Even while some areas of the city have a seedy vibe (Patpong and Soi Cowboy come to mind), tourists in Bangkok will have a nice, trouble-free stay unless they deliberately go looking for it. A vibrant, colorful, cheerful, supercharged trip to a place where you can enjoy with a blooming mind. Then, the 'City of Angel' is welcoming you. Bangkok, the capital of Thailand widely known as ‘City of Angels' is the place I’m mentioning about. Bangkok offers you a quick stay where you can loiter, guzzle and this attracts more than 22.8 million tourists and thus became the most visited city in the world for four consecutive years. It’s surprising that this city holds the Guinness world record of having the longest city name with 169 characters. But the city is commonly referred to as Krungthep by the natives. This city populated with 8 million people has the largest Chinatown and is known for its flaring crimson-colored streets, Bizarre landmarks, marvelous architecture, etc. This article is a tour guide to Bangkok-most visited city in the world.


How to reach and when to visit?

If you’re coming from India, then it’s the quickest and better to reach from any major city of India to Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok. It is one of the two international airports of Bangkok and the shortest flight may take 4 hours and 15 minutes.

The best time to visit Bangkok is in late November and early December, when the city is drying up from the rainy season and enjoying a mild cool down and the Christmas throngs haven't yet arrived, though it won't make much of a difference. Thailand's beaches and islands experience their greatest weather from December to March. November to March is the top season for tourist visits with the mildness of the tropical climate. It’s better to avert the visit during the rainy season as it may cause related problems and insecurities. The summer season is so burning even though the Thai New year (Songkran) attracts flocks of visitors. June-August can be the ideal time for the ones who have craving for shopping as the ‘Amazing Grand Sale’ is carried out at that time.


Destinations in Bangkok

Wat pho locating in Phra Nakhon district is the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok. It is also known as the ‘Reclining Buddhist Temple' where temple houses are crowded with Buddha images. The enormous lying statue of Buddha is the main attraction out there and also the alluring artworks enhance the spirituality aired around there.

Grand Palace is another destination on Rattanakosin island where the King of the late 17th century resided.  It is known as the heart of Thailand's kingdom that carries numerous buildings and architectural elements on vast grounds. The splendid sight rendered by the palace is noteworthy as it exposes the culture and history of Thailand.

 SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World, which is the largest aquarium in Bangkok city is the most preferred spot for family trips. The experience of exploring the glass-bottom boats, underwater tunnels, rain forests, pure depiction of marine life, and the presence of aquatic creatures can be spine-tingling for you.

Some beautiful places to visit in Bangkok

1. Cheow Lan Lake

You can visit Khao Sok National Park as part of Culture Trip's 10-day small-group Southern Thailand trip. It is a jungle reserve deep in Southern Thailand and is rumoured to be the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, with some sources claiming it offers comparable biodiversity to the Amazon rainforest. Elephants, tigers, hornbills, and pythons are among the many species of fauna that call its 185 square kilometre centre lake home. Kayaking through the early mist, hiking around the edges, or taking part in a variety of guided activities like exploring its caves or climbing to find unique vistas are all excellent ways for visitors to soak in its splendour.

2. Elephant Nature Park

This animal sanctuary, which has its main office on the outskirts of Chiang Mai and new branches in Phuket and Koh Samui, is home to a number of joyful, playful elephants who were all rescued from prior lives spent in captivity in the forestry or tourism industries. Desire a visit? It is a part of the thrilling 10-day Northern Thailand adventure offered by Culture Trip. The center's knowledgeable staff provides visitors with information on the lesser-known debates around the use and care of the most respected animal in the kingdom while providing opportunity for interaction with the local elephants when they are bathing, playing, and, of course, eating a lot.

3. Tham Lot Cave

Archaeologists have uncovered prehistoric clay ceramics and intricately carved teak coffins all across this vast cave system in Northern Thailand, which was previously inhabited by the Lawa tribe. Visitors can explore the cave's underground magic among the naturally occurring stalactite and stalagmite formations and huge, haunting rooms by taking a bamboo raft along the flowing Nam Lang River.

4. Thi Lo Su Waterfall

Thi Lo Su, the tallest and biggest waterfall in Thailand, soars 300 meters over the Mae Klong River and spans 500 meters of a naturally carved limestone ridge. The largest of several nearby waterfalls, Thi Lo Su is hidden away in Tak Province's remote Um Phang Wildlife Sanctuary, a Unesco World Heritage site. Depending on the time of year, each waterfall can be reached on foot or by boat.

5. Khao Ngon Nak

This amazing walk, known as Dragon Crest Mountain, is situated about 30 minutes north of Ao Nang in Krabi Province. The Hang Nak Hill nature route extends for about 3.7 kilometres, passing various vistas and waterfalls along the way through a thick forest, before reaching its highest point at 565 metres above sea level, where visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and seascapes.

Bangkok-most visited city in the world never failed in alluring its cool visitors and rendering all its flaring marvels.