Thailand has one of the most diverse and beautiful dining experiences available. So, it is really hard to create a list of things to do in Thailand for yourself. However, there are some endearing characteristics that make Thailand so attractive. First, Thailand has warm and generous people who are in love with food. The Thai work ethic is also one of their appeals. They are down to earth and quickly understand the importance of food and table manners.

Bangkok, Patong, Silom, Pattaya, and Phuket are the main dining destinations in Thailand.


The main thing that brings about the fast-paced life in Bangkok is frenetic commercialism. However, the people are too accustomed to this way of living and do not really have an adverse reaction to it.

The metropolitan city is divided into 70 suburbs or khet but they are really too divided to create an impression of a unified city. The divisions are more like useful ideas than actual divisions.

The Central Business District is the center of the theBangkokmophere. World-famous companies like Thai Visa, Best Western, USD, Kotak Bank, Morgan Stanley, and Unisa find refuge here. It is also home to the Ista hotel which is one of the world’s best value hotels.

Surin beach is the most popular beach in Bangkok and Patong is its heart. There are a lot of nightclubs and bars right on Surin beach. It is a paradise for party-goers and the occupancy rate in hotels like emerald Suites, Choice Hotels, Safari Suites and much more are never enough.


Phuket has yet another tropical variation. The island is divided into 40 islands. Each island is unique with its own nature and tourist attractions.

The biggest town in Phuket is Patong. It is just a few minutes away from the heart of the city. Patong is just packed with things to do. It has some great beaches and the turquoise sea is good for swimming.

Anae beach is the beaches’ heart: the Pad Thai, Thailand’s most famous flower-shaped eating rice bowl, is beautifully built up, and the restaurant serving it has just been given a makeover. The Aromatic Cafe, Mae West, and The Coffee Shop are other popular places to visit.

Koh Samui

Koh Samui is the biggest and oldest island in Thailand. Its capital, Freedom Bay, is a world-famous snorkeling and diving spot. Choo Choa Yai, on the south-westernmost island, is regarded as the Yaciforesta. It is the fruit bowl of Koh Samui.


Hanoi is one of the most developed cities in northern Thailand. Its capital, Hanoi, is a world heritage site for its historic buildings, parks, gardens, and museums.

In the city, you can see the Temple of Literature, the Presidential Palace, the Ho Chi Minh Complex, and many other iconic buildings contributing to the liability of Hanoi.

Phi Lang

Phi Lang, on the island of Rhodes, is a fantastic place to stay after having explored the main city. The island is full of traditional Thai crafts and houses. Perhaps, most amazing of all is the temple of the Silver Buddha, the Ngoc Son temple of the Golden Buddha, and of course, the infamous floating market.


Pattaya is one of the most popular places in Thailand for a weekend break. Here, you can go to the Wear-Blue Water Park, Aqualand Parks, Water Schettoram Waterfall, Thai Culture, and Buddhist temples. You can also go to Pattaya Elephant Town and Elephant Village, touring the limestone thickets of the island and getting to know the elephants well.

Sipadan Island

Sipadan Island is an uninhabited island in the Gulf of Thailand. Since there was an oil emergency in the late 1980s, security has been beefed up in order to stop any threats to the safety of the fraters. As a result, the number of boats entering the bay has noticeably dropped.

This alone would be a reason to visit the island, but there are other interesting reasons that pull many people to the island. First of all, it is the perfect getaway for those who like the seclusion and quiet of the island. Second, you can see the full glory of what the island has to offer in a single day. It is a sightseeing and leisurely break. Third, you can swim with the dolphins and swim with the penguins. Fourth, the cuisine is excellent. The traditional dishes served in the island restaurants are exquisite. fifth, there are many excellent pubs serving great local beer.