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Sailing Thailand

6 Things Everyone Must See While Sailing Thailand

Sailing Thailand is a great way to see the entire country without having to worry about where to lie down and sleep at night. The boat becomes both a hotel and mode of transportation as people explore the temples, beaches, and hundreds if not thousands of Buddha statues.

Here are 6 things everyone must-see while sailing Thailand:

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  1. The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is the most popular attraction in the entire country and for one hundred and fifty years, the King and his court plus the Royal government called it their home. The walls that surround the palace were not constructed until 1782, but they added some more ambiance to the place.

  1. Mahawangchang Elephant Camp

This elephant camp is quite far from Bangkok, but anyone sailing Thailand will want to take the time to drive out there so that they can see the elephants in their natural habitat. Visitors can ride bareback on the elephants and even swim next to them in the river.

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  1. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

This floating market is the largest one in the country and anyone sailing Thailand will want to shop at any of the numerous boats that go up and down the canals. The boats sell all types of fruits and other food items and visitors get to capture a glimpse of how life was many years ago.

 

  1. Koh Phi Phi

No sailing Thailand adventure is complete without a stop at Koh Phi Phi. The two main beaches on the island is where all the action is, but people will need to be prepared to walk between them since there are no roads.

rocks and sea in Krabi Thsiland
rocks and sea in Krabi Thsiland
  1. Khao Yai National Park

This was the first national park in the country and people will see a large variety of animals that live amongst the grasslands and rainforests. The waterfalls inside the park are worth the visit and as a bonus, they can be reached by car.

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  1. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Beginning at dusk, the Chang Klan Road turns into an amazing night bazaar that is open until midnight. Stalls are erected and everything that a person can think of is for sale. Bartering is expected at this bazaar, no matter what time of the night or day of the year that a person visits.

Sailing Thailand can turn a holiday into a fun filled adventure in so many ways. A person on one of these boats would not need to stay in any one place for too long, yet they could still choose to delay their departure, so that they can experience some of the attractions like the nighttime bazaars.

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