What To See In Thailand

Thailand is an impressive country where you can get lost to visit its temples or its beaches, among other possibilities to live all the experiences that this country offers you. For this reason, in this article, we are going to tell you everything you can visit in Thailand.

1. The Ko Hong Islands

It is one of the most spectacular places in Thailand. It has a large number of paradisiacal beaches with crystal clear waters that you can calmly enjoy all surrounded by mangroves. You can go on an organized excursion, or on your own, this is to suit the consumer.

2. The capital of the country, Bangkok

It is the essential city to visit in this country since when you arrive, you will enter through it. Among what to see is undoubtedly the Grand Palace of Bangkok, the temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Khaosan road or the market, along with the reclining Buddha, among other possibilities.

3. The Chiang Mai Elephant Nature Park

It is the only place where you can interact with the elephants in a very good environment without being mistreated and being very respectful with the animals and the environment in which they are. The experience you have with these animals is impressive.

4. Damnoen Saduak’s floating marking

As we say, it is a market in which you have to visit each stall in a boat. It is possible to do an organized tour, but it will always be cheaper to go it alone.

5. Ayutthaya

It is the ancient capital of Thailand. You can visit it without problems by train, where the experience will be very good. It is recommended that to visit the city, business with a tuk-tuk, you may be attacked as soon as you arrive. You must haggle the prices as much as possible, although you can do it for free, also in an organized way. Of course, you must bear in mind that some things to visit in this city are on the outskirts.

6. Railay Beach

To visit these beautiful beaches, you can leave from the municipality of Ao Nang, where small boats leave that take you to Railay. Within this island, you can visit the fertility cave and all kinds of paradisiacal beaches.

7. Koh Samui

It is an island where divers have their paradise. Or if you love seabeds and do not have the PADI certificate, it is a good opportunity to get it, since Thailand is one of the cheapest countries for it.

8. Mae Klong Train

Mae Klong is a market, which when the train passes you have to withdraw, it is something striking. It is possible to travel with an organized tour or free tour without problems.

9. Phi Phi Islands

In these islands the beach of Maya Bay stands out, now closed due to the constant mistreatment that it has suffered over the years with the overcrowding of people. In these islands, you can visit more places such as its vegetation or the Pileh Bay lagoon and its Phi Phi Don viewpoint where you can enjoy spectacular views.

10. Temples of Chiang Rai

The most famous is the White Temple. It is constructed of ivory. There is also the Blue Temple or Wat Ming Muang. The best thing is to see it for free because you can focus on what interests you calmly.…

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Top Attractions In Switzerland

Switzerland is considered as one of the most beautiful countries in the world and it is no wonder why people include this in their places to visit before they die. This country is known for having breathtaking scenery, but aside from that it also has many more things to offer tourists such as various cultural attractions giving it a very unique sophistication and vibe.

One attraction that Switzerland has to offer is Matterhorn, which is considered as one of the highest mountains in the Alps and can be found on the border of Italy. Its peaks has a total height of 4,478 meters, and the amazing thing about it is that the four faces of its of its steep lie directly in the direction of the different compass points. For tourists who are not into climbing, they will still be able to enjoy a trip to this mountain because at the foot is a village called Zermatt, which is an international resort that offers carriages drawn by horses along with high quality hotels and restaurants. The peaceful ambiance of this village is primarily brought about by the fact that motorized vehicles are not allowed to enter. 

Another very popular attraction in Switzerland is called Jungfraujoch, or more famously known as “Top of Europe;” tourists look forward to experiencing the train ride that they need to take to be able to reach the observation deck that is 3,454 meters above the ground. This is also a very popular attraction because it houses amazing features as well such as the Great Aletsch Glacier which is considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Interlaken is considered as one of the favorite holiday resorts in Switzerland primarily because of its uncommon location – having Lake Brienz in the East and Lake Thun in the West. The center of town is a place called Höhematte and it is a land that reaches up to 35 acres; it is a place for amazing flower gardens, cafes, hotels, along with breathtaking view of the mountains. These different attractions are enough to entertain the tourists who want to visit and enjoy different activities like kayaking, abseiling, climbing, and even hiking. Aside from these, there are also different ways to enjoy the views from a higher point such as ski lifts, chairlifts, cable cars, and even mountain railways. 

Lucerne is also one of the best spots for tourists who want to experience a taste of nature and city because it is surrounded by a blue lake and mountains, bridges, historic buildings, and fountains. The most famous landmark in this city is the Chapel Bridge which also stands a historical landmark since it was built up during the 14th century. Aside from this, there is also a park that houses one of the most famous structures which is the Lion Monument that was built to honor the death and heroism of Swiss Guards during the time of the French Revolution. 

With all these different and diverse attractions, Switzerland is justifiably one of the destinations that people shouldn’t miss if they want to explore a very unique country.…

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Unforgettable Trip to Madagascar

Do you love nature? 

If yes, get on board for a ride to the fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar. This island is one of the last areas to be inhabited by a human being. Madagascar, which is located on the eastern coast of East Africa, still retains her natural beauty. 90% of the world creatures are here, of which 12% are unavailable elsewhere. This diversity of flora and fauna has earned this island its nickname, The Eight Continent. 

To the water lovers, fantastic white-sand beaches welcome you, and to my wildlife fellas, the rain forest hosts fantastic creatures in the animal kingdom. Once you reach Madagascar, give yourself around 14 days to explore the major tourist attractions, which include; 

  1. Antananarivo

It’s the capital city of the world’s fourth-largest island. The city lies on two magical-like mountains which make the whole experience of visiting here unforgettable to visitors who like visiting the place again and again. Not forgetting the fairytale-like castles that inhabit the city, the most famous one being The Rova, of Queen Ranavalona, who was viewed as a mad queen. It’s a magical experience which you will never forget once you visit the place. Just magical! 

If entertainment is one of your favorite moments, the famous Hira Gasy Theater is a place you need to go to at the end of the day. You will find dancers (traditional and modern), competing for your attention and trying to win the best performance prices. The whole experience is just hilarious!

  1. Andasibe-Mantadia

This national park is only 3 hours 50 min drive from the country’s capital Antananarivo. This national park is the home to the famous Lemur baboons, which can only be found in Madagascar and nowhere else in the world. This park also happens to be the home of the world’s largest Lemur, known as The Idri. The animal kingdom isn’t complete without Andasibe-Mantadia.

  1. Baobab Avenue

About an hour’s drive from Antananarivo, you will be amazed by fabulous giants, which seems like they were turned upside down by their creator, root facing to the sky, commonly known as Baobab trees. The scenery is magical! As far as the eyes can see, strange-looking giants stand alongside the road in natural confusion, captivating the viewer. They are locally known as Renala, which means Queen of the forest. In the soft light of the afternoon sun, the giants seem to be even more beautiful; but if you wait for the sunset, believe me, the feeling is unforgettable!

  1. Ile Sainte Marie

It’s located on the East coast of Madagascar. Due to its safe and protected inlets, Ile Sainte Marie attracted pirates in the late 17th and 18th centuries, of which some of their shipwrecks are still viewable through the water shadows of Antongil Bay. The Bay’s warm sheltered waters are ideal for mammals to mate and reproduce. During June and September, humpback whales dwell here 

Ile Sainte Marie is ideal for kayaking and scuba diving. Marine enthusiasts will not be disappointed. Besides whales and sea cows, sea cucumbers, sea turtles, and nearly a hundred fish spices are waiting for them.

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