January 1, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Whenever in Thailand, do not miss out on these 7 destinations

Pa pong pieng rice terraces One of Chiang Mai’s best kept secrets – Ban Pa Pong Piang Rice terraces, one of the most photogenic spots in Thailand. Ban Pa Pong Piang (sometimes spelt as Pa Pong Pieng)

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Doi Inthanon National Park Doi Inthanon, one of the most popular national parks in Thailand. It is famous waterfalls, viewpoints, few trails, remote villages, sunrise/sunset watching, birdwatching.

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Doi Tung can be a good choice to visit. The area is home to beautiful scenery, an abundance of wildlife, and a variety of activities such as trekking, bird watching, and visiting local village.

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Khao Rang Hill, a viewpoint at the top of a famous hill in Phuket town. It's not strikingly beautiful and not very high either, but it’s a pleasant stop.

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Phi Phi long beach Bungalow (Had Yao), surrounded by two of the most beautiful beaches in Ko Phi Phi, Thailand - Long Beach and Loh Moo Dee Beach. Long Beach, one of the most popular beaches.

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The highest point of Phi Pan Nam Range in the eastern half of Thai highlands, Phu Chi Fa rises high at 1,628 metres above sea level. To reach its sky-pointing cliff landmark, a trek about 700 metres.

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Red Lotus Lake, lake’s popular Thai name ‘Talay Bua Daeng’. Actually, a more accurate and direct translation is ‘Red Lotus Sea’. The Red Lotus Lake, is magical during the winter months of November.

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