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Thailand Biggest Cities



Thailand Biggest Cities

Thailand biggest cities are: Si Racha, Rayong, Bangkok, Lampang, Samut Prakan, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Nonthaburi, Korat, Surat Thani, Nakhon Pathom, Udon Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Ubon Ratchathani, Khon Kaen and Chonburi.


Nonthaburi is situated in the North of the capital Bangkok; from here you can take a boat with long tail to go to Wat Chalerm Phra Kiat, situated in the Nonthaburi’s North-West.


Before becoming king, Rama IV used to spend his time here.

A romantic picnic can be taken on the temple’s ground after which you ca go see the remaining evidences of the King Mongkut’s reign.


Lampang is one of the others Thailand biggest cities, whose origins dates from the 7th century. Many Burmese, Western and Chinese traders came to Lampang to work in the teak industry. The influence of these people can be seen in numerous buildings’ architecture, with art objects and houses made of teak. Lampang is known for the horse-drawn carriages, very coloured, a famous transport form. Some strong influence of the Burmese can be seen at the Wat Phra Kaeo Don Tao, which used to house the emerald Buddha.


Thailand Biggest Cities

This city has numerous forest accommodations, camping areas, waterfalls, parks but the most famous attraction is the Elephant Training School with the elephant hospital and sanctuary;


here you can enjoys shows, take classes to become a mahout and assist to the khan toke dinner for elephants, which happens every year.


Chonburi is also on the list of the Thailand biggest cities;

is situated in the Bangkok’s East, at one hour of Ekamai, with the bus. Almost all the buses from Ekamai have a stop in Chonburi for passengers.


If you intend to visit Chonburi, you should go when the Water Buffalo Market and Races; it is an annual huge event, with breeders and farmers coming from the entire Thailand to join the year’s biggest khwai market (water buffalo).


In two days, the period of the market, auctions and direct sales take place with lots of visitors. Hat Yai, also one of the Thailand biggest cities, is situated at 947 kilometres away of Bangkok. It is an important entertaining, shopping and commercial centre. Here you can find and buy dried foods, cotton products, leather puppets, sportswear, preserved Thai fruits and many more. At Hat Yai you can dine at many restaurants with Thailand, Muslim and Chinese cuisines. The nightlife is also rich with many nightclubs and attractions. Si Racha is situated at 120 kilometres away of the Bangkok’s South-East.

Biggest Cities in Thailand

This city is popular for the seafood, very spicy and with chilli sauces. The Wat Ko Loi Temple is placed in the North of the city and has both Chinese and Buddhist worship icons as well as a footprint of Buddha. The two Zoos Si Racha Tiger Zoo and Khao Khew Open Zoo- represent the biggest attractions of Si Racha. The Open Zoo is a wonderful mix of wild animals, forests and birds and has a very responsible management. There are over 8.000 animals and 300 species including 6 white tigers.



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