Most loved heavenly places in Thailand
Tourist destinations are always filled with fun, but not like, Thailand. There is something unique in this adventurous place that makes you stay here forever. If you are taking a trip to The Land of Smiles, check out all the heavenly places in Thailand.
Heavenly Places to Explore in Thailand
Below is the list of all heavenly places in Thailand that you should experience with your loved ones.
The Lotus Lake is a constellation of lotuses, which is located in Tambon Chiang Halo, Thailand. Floating on crystal-clear water, it is a wetland ablaze with flamingo-pink lotus flowers that allow you to experience heaven. Moreover, it is hidden by tall elephant grass, where a lot of villagers use to come and collect lotus stalks and snails for their meals.
Erawan Cascading Waterfalls and Caves
The Erawan Waterfalls are a series of seven waterfalls, splashing over limestone terraces that offer an amazing view of the surroundings. Located in the Erawan National Park in Tha Kradan, this park has several caves, such as Phartat, Bahdan, Mi, Wang, and Rua. If you are willing to visit this park, then ensure you carry an extra pair of clothes and hiking boots as well.
Bo Sang Umbrella Village
It is popularly known as ‘craft village’, where everybody in the village is involved in crafting beautiful umbrellas. I would like to advise you to go in January, as a famous ‘Bo Sang Umbrella Festival’ held here every year.
Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew—the Temple of a Million Beers
Built with over 1.5 million discarded beer bottles, the temple is one of the major destinations in the country. Situated in Si Kaeo, it has been established in 1984, where a lot of monks decided to promote recycling, turned into a full-scale building plan with colored beer bottles lining the walls of the temple, even sleeping quarters and water towers as well.
This popular resort has 100 accommodations shaped like fruits, plants, and vegetables that allow you to live in style inside a fruit. Moreover, it is an exotic fruit native to Thailand, which is a fun abode for any botany enthusiast. This 80-acre property is covered with mist-covered mountains that offer you a heavenly experience.
If you are a shopaholic, the amulet market in Bangkok has something special for you. With a great number of trinkets and talismans spread out for buyers to pick from, locals move to the market in search of amulets to bring good health, bless their new homes, boost their harvest, and even for their protection. Moreover, it is a fascinating place to walk around with your family and friends.
Wat Pha Sorn Kaew
Popularly known as Temple on the Glass Cliff, it is a place that combines unusual architecture and modern design perfectly. Located in Pha Sing, the place is a sanctuary for Buddhists and has a peaceful vibe, with a preaching hall and gardens set on the top of a mountain. Moreover, there is a snow-white temple with five Buddhas nested together which makes it a stunning feature of the temple complex.
Wat Samphran Temple
Located in Khlong Mai, it is a 17-story temple that has a gigantic dragon wrapped around it. With stunning statues, including a mammoth bronze Buddha, the temple is a fascinating place to visit for those who want to witness whimsical architecture.