10. Thailand is home to more than 40,000 temples, which decides on exactly where to visit that much more difficult.  

9. This is what the kingdom is likely most known for its dramatic, green-speckled islands and celadon waters. 

8. Thailand has several markets, from morning fruit markets to weekend artisan markets to noisy night markets and even all-night markets, since Thais love to shop.

7. If you loved to splash around in fountains as a kid, then Thailand’s many, many waterfalls will surely delight your inner child – or even your actual child. 

6. Although there are a large number of museums in Thailand, some of them are far less disappointing than others.  

5. In spite of its reputation as a classic fly-and-flop destination, Thailand also manages to be generously laden with hiking trails tailored to all levels of experience. 

4. Before becoming a traffic center, Bangkok was known as the "Venice of the East," with canals flowing from the Chao Phraya River, the kingdom's main commercial and diplomatic waterway. 

3. Bangkok's Old Town, Charoen Krung Road, Bantadthong Road, and Victory Monument street food culture is thriving after COVID-19's financial crisis. Yaowarat (Chinatown) started Thai street food.  

2. Before Bangkok was even a gleam in King Rama I’s eye, the country’s capitals lived further up from the Chao Phraya River, first in Sukhothai and then in Ayuthaya.  

1. Marine life lovers or even avowed “water babies” will find all that they desire under the Andaman Sea or Gulf of Thailand