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  1. THAILAND Thailand is an Asian country known for its tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying Buddha figures. Its capital, Bangkok which is an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canalside communities. You can really enjoy yourself at the beach resorts which include bustling Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.

  2. THAILAND TOP ATTRACTIONS TOP ATTRACTIONS NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA ERAWAN FALLS SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE FLOATING MARKET Many people visiting the capital normally take a day trip to one of the floating markets outside the city. The most popular floating market for foreign tourists is Damnoen Saduak. To enjoy the atmosphere without haggling over prices, you can try relaxing on a guided boat tour of Damneon Saduak market. Erawan Waterfall is One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. The waterfall was named after the Erawan, the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology.
 It is a seven-tiered falls which are said to resemble the Erawan. Macaques are very common around the falls. All the waterfalls typically fell over limestone cliffs resulting in beautiful colourful plunge pools as well as interestingly rounded rock formations reminiscent of something that would belong to a cave.

  3. THAILAND TOP ATTRACTIONS KOH LIPE SUKHOTAI PARK Koh Lipe is a tiny island near the Malaysian border. Small enough to be covered by foot within about an hour is very secluded and perfect for those looking to relax on the beach or undertake diving activities. 
 Located in northern Thailand, Sukhothai Historical Park contains the ruins of Sukhothai, which was the capital of the kingdom of the same name during the 13th and 14th centuries.
 It is called as “Dawn of Happiness,” the walled-in park contains nearly 200 sets of ruins, including 26 temples and the Royal Palace. In addition to exploring the many fascinating ruins, visitors can learn more about the Sukhothai culture at the Ramkhamhaeng National Museum. Koh Lipe boasts four gorgeous beaches whose waters are home to about 25 percent of the world’s fish species.