Thailand remains one of top choices among most shopaholics and party lovers planning to board flights to the Far East. But, travellers seeking natural pursuits also prefer the destination. Followings are the dynamic duos promising absolute tranquillity.
The eye catching sights of dramatic landscapes, majestic aura of holy wats in Chaing Rai, multi cultural harmony, busy shopping streets of Bangkok, a ride on tuk tuk or a long-tail boat, the aroma of mouth watering Asian cuisines and loads of smiling faces – this is the montage one’s mind creates when thinking about Thailand. However, for many tourists, who are seeking isolation from the daily monotony of hectic lifestyle, the pristine beaches and secluded islands of this archipelago remains the best choice to head to! There are umpteen isolated yet exotic destinations scattered along the serene coastline of Thailand which offers ultimate tranquillity to travellers planning a trip to the Far East and spending money on travel tickets. The article discusses about few of them. Take a look!
Khao Sok National Park
Though Phuket is beautiful, the province has become a bit commercialised over the period. If you are reserving tickets aboard flights heading to Thailand with a desire to spend a holiday at a less crowded place, Khao Sok National Park can be considered as your next destination. This 160 million years old nature reserve is just two hour’s drive from Phuket and believed to be the wettest place in Thailand. This place features amazing geological formations of limestone as well as natural streams flowing through moist copses. Moreover, the park is home to various species of cold blooded crawly and creepy creatures. Tourists planning to book tickets to visit here should come during the dry season, i.e. between December and April. During wet season, trails can be really slippery and chances of flash flooding are common, and boarding flights is best avoided.
Wish to spend time amidst the nature? Ko Tarutao is one of the ideal places to make your wish come true. This is the largest isle of the archipelago in the southern Andaman Sea and located in southern part of Thailand. Featuring a wide variety of rare flora and fauna in the dense rainforest, this destination also impresses visitors with limestone cliff circle and long stretches of white sandy beaches. One needs to buy entry tickets to explore the natural treasure. Apart from the natural marvels, the isle houses remnants of historic incidents. Ko Tarutao was the shelter for many soldiers during the World War II and many say that between 1938 and 1948, more than three thousand Thai criminals and political prisoners were imprisoned here. Many history lovers disembarking flights at Thailand are often found on a quest for ferry tickets to this province.