Are you planning a trip but rains are washing away your travelling plans? Most of the travelers do not count monsoon as a good time to travel but rains are indeed, magical. Here we bring you the best places to visit in Thailand during the monsoon where you can enjoy vacations for relaxing, sightseeing and adventure accompanied with the refreshing cold breeze and light rain shower!
1. Ko Samui
When it comes to visit places in the Upper Gulf Coast then Thailand comes first in mind. It is the best place to visit in August. Thailand’s second largest island, Ko Samui, is located in the Gulf of Thailand and this pictorial island is famous for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves and breathtaking dense forest.
2. Ko Tao
Ko Tao is an island and best known for its tropical coral reefs, the island also has many rare marine species including whale sharks and rays. Hawksbill and green turtles can also be seen here. Ko Toa is one of the amazing scuba diving locations in Thailand. Mae Haad, Sairee and Chalok Baan Kao are the three main villages and the most visited destinations. These villages have their own amazing beaches with tourist attractions like the turtle statue on Mae Haad Beach and Palm tree on Sairee Beach.
3. Ko Pha Ngan
Ko Pha Ngan is a wonderful island in Thailand and is popular for its monthly Full Moon Party. The night-long celebration attracts travelers from all around the world. Almost all the celebrations take place on Sunrise Beach, famous for its beach bungalows.
The white-sand beaches on the north coast including Hat Khuat and Hat Thian, are among the most peaceful destination to visit in Thailand. Ko Pha Ngan also has a fantastic National Park and some beautiful waterfalls that you can explore. Ko Pha Ngan is one of the best places to experience in Thailand during August.
Phetchaburi is an amazing place having ancient temples, palaces and century-old teak houses with narrow lanes. The Phetchaburi River that flows by town has many bridges with statues of Hindu mythological three-headed elephant, Erawan.
On the east bank of the River, there are vibrant markets. Phetburi has three beautiful palaces – Phra Nakhon Khiri Palace, Phra Ram Ratchaniwet Palace, and Mrigadayavan Palace, built in prominent architectural styles.
5. Hua Hin
Hua hin is one of the oldest beach destinations in Thailand. The places own old palaces like Wang Klai Kangwon and Phrarachanivet Mrigadayavan, built by the Thai Royal family. The second palace is open for the common public also. If you’re planning for Thailand holidays in August 2019, then certainly this is the place you must visit on your trip to Thailand.
Many of the vacant houses along the sea have been transformed in to hotels now. Hua Hin is popularly known for its high-end hotels, delicious seafood shacks, and kite surfing and water sports. This place attracts tourists around the world during the wet Thailand climate in August.
6. Sam Roi Yot
Sam Roi Yot is famous for its amazing Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park. The park has two main attractions – Phraya Nakhon Cave and Thung Sam Roi Yot (a freshwater wetland).
This place owns several caves, big sandalwood trees, stunning viewpoints, wildlife and immense natural beauty. Your Thailand holidays in August can be made better with this best place on your list.
Hope you have enjoyed reading the information about place to visit in Thailand during monsoon. So, pack your bags now and head off to these places to enjoy the refreshing drizzling!!!