Thailand reopens to fully vaccinated foreign visitors, including returning Thais and foreign residents, from the approved countries to enter the Kingdom by air with no quarantine requirements from 1st November 2021.
What are the Off the beaten track islands in Thailand?
Koh Lanta is located in the south of Krabi, about 70km away from Krabi, and consists of two islands, Koh Lanta Yai and Koh Lanta Noi.
The beaches on Koh Lanta are concentrated on the west coast, and the further south you go, the clearer the water, the finer the beach, and the fewer the tourists.
At the southernmost point of the island is Murang'a National Park, where a lighthouse stands on the south cape of the park, a bit of the grandeur of the end of the world. A variety of small animals can often be seen in the park.
The mangrove park on Lanta Island is also worth a visit. The most amazing thing is the mangrove monkeys, they are not afraid of people, they will swim to the boat and reach out to you for food.
There are only six or seven accommodations can be booked on the island, concentrated on the eastern beaches. Because of the isolation, the island's facilities are not complete and prices are high.
Although the prices are expensive, Koh Ngai attracts people to visit here, simply because of its blinding-white sandy beach, especially on a sunny day.
Snorkeling is the most attractive program in Koh Ngai. The whole island is surrounded by coral reefs, and the underwater scenery of swaying corals and colorful fish can be seen in the shallow sea.
Every day at noon, island hopping tourists and Trang locals come to Koh Ngai to snorkel.
What are the niche attractions in Thailand?
Khao Sok National Park
Khao Sok National Park is located in the western region of Surat Province in southern Thailand. It is home to Thailand's largest tropical rainforest, the oldest pristine jungle and the largest water karst peak forest environment in Thailand.
Experts say the vast rainforest is older than the Amazon rainforest, at 1.6 million years old, and the park has a huge lake.
Visitors usually stay in floating houses on the water near the lake.
Most visitors to Lake Qiulan come for elephant rainforest rides, jungle treks, or canoeing or kayaking across the Sok River. It is also possible to charter a boat and have a particularly spectacular view of the water karst peaks on the lake.
The 17-story pink tower with a giant dragon wrapped around it is not a PS masterpiece of netizens, but a real one in the Samphran district, about 50 kilometers west of Bangkok, both from a distance and up close.
Sam Phan Bok Grand Canyon
Thailand also has a Grand Canyon, as if on the moon! It can be easily reached by 2 hours drive from Ubon Province.
The island was developed late in the year and maintains its pristine natural beauty.
Pang Ung Lake
Watch the warm light of dawn break through the morning fog on the shore of the lake and the swans swimming deep in the jungle - this is not Europe, but Pang Ung Lake in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. You can spend the night in a tent or stay at a lakeside B&B to experience the tranquil beauty of the forest.
Chiang Rai Province
As Thailand's northernmost province, Chiang Rai has all the flavors of northern Thailand: some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the country.