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Best Road Trips In Thailand

If you plan to do more sightseeing on the road, we’ve got lots of road trip inspiration for you! But before you jet off to the Land of Smiles.

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Take a Thailand road trip, buckle up, and prepare to be mesmerized by the breathtaking scenery of the Land of Smiles. Thailand is home to stunning mountains, revered temples, immaculate wildlife sanctuaries, and enchanting coastlines, in addition to the busy districts of Bangkok and the white sand beaches of Phuket. And each one is eagerly awaiting your exploration!

Ayutthaya to Chiang Mai
Are you up for a historical road trip in Thailand? Travel to the northern capital of Chiang Mai from the historic Ayutthaya! The seven-hour road trip offers glimpses of the kingdom’s former splendour through the enormous monasteries of Ayutthaya and the ornate temples of Chiang Mai.

 

Bangkok to Phetchabun
The scenic countryside views on the five-hour trip from Bangkok to Phetchabun are breathtaking. Leave the busy capital behind and travel through only the mountains, farms, and a few gas stations. Don’t worry about the dangerous parts found elsewhere because the journey is not windy or steep. When you get there, go to Wat Pha Sorn Kaew, a temple that is nearly entirely constructed of vibrant mosaic tiles.

Take a hire car and go from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai in four hours. There are a few remarkable rest places along the journey in the mountainous region of northern Thailand, such as hot springs where you can boil an egg. Wat Rong Khun, often known as the White Temple, is one of Chiang Rai’s most well-known tourist destinations.

Chiang Mai to Pai

The road seems to twist and curve the whole four-hour trip, making it one of the most hazardous. This means you¬†should only go during the day if you feel confident using tight, uphill roads. Pai, which has a laid-back atmosphere, a tonne of things to see and do, and fantastic restaurants, is what’s left, though.

 

Rayong to Pattaya, Bangkok and Hua Hin
Spend a night on Walking Street before travelling to Bangkok; it just takes approximately an hour to get from Rayong to Pattaya. The trip to the capital takes just over two hours; spend the day there and visit the temples, see a Muay Thai match, or have a traditional massage. Travellers can end their adventure in Hua Hin, a beach city three hours southwest of Bangkok.

Bangkok to Kanchanaburi
Just a short while in Thailand? Once you arrive in Kanchanaburi, there is a lot to do, even though the trip from Bangkok should only take a few hours. Visit the city’s centre to the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and the Khwae Yai River Bridge. The Erawan National Park, one of Thailand’s most renowned waterfalls, is located about 40 minutes outside the city. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, which is nearby the city.Just a short while in Thailand? Once you arrive in Kanchanaburi, there is a lot to do, even though the trip from Bangkok should only take a few hours. Visit the city’s centre to the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and the Khwae Yai River Bridge. The Erawan National Park, one of Thailand’s most renowned waterfalls, is located about 40 minutes outside the city. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, which is nearby the city.

Bangkok to Mae Sot, Sukhothai, Phetchabun and Lopburi
Start your journey in the capital and drive for six to seven hours to Mae Sot in the west, one of Thailand’s least frequented cities. Spend some time in the city with Burmese influences swimming in waterfalls and exploring hot springs before travStart your journey in the capital and drive for six to seven hours to Mae Sot in the west, one of Thailand’s least frequented cities. Spend some time in the city with Burmese influences swimming in waterfalls and exploring hot springs before travelling to ancient Sukhothai, a little more than two hours away.

From there, travel to Lopburi in the southeast through Phetchabun. Impressive ruins, such as Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat and the Lopburi Palace of King Narai, may be found here. Thousands of crab-eating macaques live in the city; come on the final Sunday in November to see the Lopburi Monkey Festival. You’ll need roughly two hours to return to Bangkok.

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