Places to visit in Thailand based on your personality.

There is something for everyone in the land of smiles.

We get it; everyone is different. Everyone’s likes, dislikes can be different. You can be adventurous, whereas your BFF is an introvert and seems to thrive in nature, books and solitude. So, planning a group activity or, let’s say, vacation for this varied group of friends can be nothing less than a challenge. So, what is the solution? Is there any place where there is something for everyone? Presenting, the land of smiles, where warmth and radiance of people’s faces can light up not only your day but year. And the best part, it offers something for everyone. So, no matter what your preference and personality are, you would find something to see and do in Thailand.

The Beach lover: Koh Lanta.

If you are biased towards your love for beaches, sun and sand, then plan a trip to Koh Lanta. Even though Thailand is known for its exotic beaches, but Koh Lanta is in a different sphere altogether. It is a must-visit place for every beach lover. Just a couple of hours from Krabi, you can do beach hopping and enjoy the sun, sand on the turquoise sea and pristine white sand.

The adventurous soul: Chiang Mai.

If adventure keep gets your blood racing, then you must visit the province of Chiang Mai. It is full of things that can satisfy adrenaline junkies such as you, from hiking to zip-lining, even going in for jungle survival camps. If you love zip-lining, then try zip-lining in Flight of Gibbon in Chiang Mai. Trust us, and you won’t be disappointed.

The history enthusiast: Ayutthaya

You can travel back in the time with a visit to the ancient capital city of Ayutthaya. Just a few hours drive from the capital city of Bangkok, Ayutthaya is a step back in time. Witness the grandeur, rise and fall of the mighty Ayutthaya empire. The temples, museums, monasteries narrate the tale of the glorious past.

The shopaholic: Bangkok.  

For the ultimate shopaholic, Bangkok is the place to be. With malls, local markets, roadside stalls, there is something to buy. You could be easily baffled by the variety of clothes, make-up, jewellery and souvenirs. Hone your bargaining skills and lose yourself in the array of wonderful and unique things to take back home.

So, on your next trip to Thailand, where do you plan to visit first?

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