My life is kinda like a movie.
I have enjoyed some of the most gorgeous places on earth.
Fiji, Bali, Costa Rica and New Zealand. Oman, Turkey and Peru. All eye-popping in their own right. I have lived a dream through blogging and blessings and by doing this gig full time.
Of course I can help you circle the globe with this simple, practical, motivational blogging audio course, which you can buy here. But if you want to live vicariously through me before booking your Thailand tickets simply enjoy these photos of 4 gorgeous places I have visited in Thailand.
Beautiful Places in Thailand
I have spent 2 years between multiple trips in the Land of Smiles. I lost count on how many trips a few years ago. Let’s just say….a lotta trips.
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On to the pictures.
1: Koh Lanta
Dazzling water, stunning beauty and genuine slow island living makes Koh Lanta my favorite Thailand island. Phuket rocks but Lanta has something extra in its tank.
Peep me above at the national park, at the southern tip of the island. We saw monkeys jumping to and fro behind the beach and also a rare dusky langur in the jungle. Overall, this was a fabulous tropical paradise begging to make any postcard.
Morning sunrises over the bay in Old Town capped off a fun, fascinating visit. Paradise.
Yep; it’s touristy. But many parts of Phuket are quite peaceful, quiet and serene.
Even Rawai provides you with a change up from Patong and its busy-ness, but Patong itself offers a pretty beach. Come to think of it; all Phuket beaches seem to rock.
Towering mountains make for captivating motorbike rides through the center of the island. If you are lucky you may get to see a big monitor lizard slink across the street, as we enjoyed by Nai Harn Beach. Keep an eye out for snakes; even the mighty King cobra is spotted around different parts of this jungle land mass.
3: Chiang Mai
Outside of burning season, my current location of Chiang Mai teases your senses.
Picture rolling hills leading down to quiet villages in a rustic Northern Thailand setting.
I love motorbiking through off the path villages well outside of town. Crops, soi dogs, and enough street stalls to feed all 7 billion human beings greet you.
Visit in December for crisp, clear, eye-popping, pollution-free views of town and the surrounding mountains.
4: Pak Nam Pran
Quiet and reserved, this retreat for the well-heeled Bangkok crowd is heavy on Thais and light on farangs.
One month is about right to soak up peaceful seas and a rural, inviting setting.
I loved observing farmers working the fields as exotic-looking birds watched on.
Thailand may be the ultimate travel spot for first time travelers. Natural beauty is definitely a check mark. The people are super friendly and warm. Culture shock? Minimum. Convenience? Especially in tourist spots, and around these spots, you got it. The food is among the best in the world.
Thailand has always been a dream location for me because it is so beautiful while offering a range of different vacation spots.
Chiang Mai is hills, plains and the center a bustling city with so much to enjoy. Koh Lanta is an island paradise. Ditto for Phuket. Hands down, Phuket is likely the most brilliant busy as can be tourist island on earth. I stand in awe at how the turquoise waters retain their hue despite being mass touristed. Pak Nam Pran is for lazing among Thai in a fun, freeing, chill setting.
Visit Thailand guys.
Add the Land of Smiles to your dream list.