Bagkok is a cosmopolitan town with a lively nightlife and tons of vibrancy to keep you amused throughout the day. Places to visit includes the Grand Palace and Wat Prakeaw, a complex of temples built in 1782. The Damnoen Saduak, or Floating Market, is just another interesting attraction.
Phuket is known for its beaches worldwide, Apart from that it is also popular for its vibrant nightlife,tons of drinking bars, cabaret shows and songs.
Pattaya is notoriously famous for its bars . The beach in Pattaya isn’t quite as impressive as the ones from the southwest, but it is still worth a trip. The city is also home to a distinctive attractions, like the Bottle Art Museum, the Pattaya Floating Market & Mini Siam.
Krabi have few of the very impressive seaside shore in Thailand. The Phi Phi islands and attract snorkelers, scuba divers, boaters and kayakers. Krabi has big coral reefs and fantastic water which makes it a fantastic destination for all types of water sports.
You cant miss Kanchanburi, The “Death Railway” was constructed here by prisoners of war under Japanese leadership through World War II. Now, its a major attraction to the visitors who can cross over the bridge, go to abandoned trains and half-built railroad tracks.