Top 5 Off-the-Round Places to Travel in Thailand for 2022

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With entry requirements in Thailand now much easier than they were at this time last year, the country is now receiving tourists in much greater numbers than during the past two years of the pandemic. However, while travelers may kick themselves at the idea that they have missed out on the opportunity to explore the beaches and streets of Thailand Without other tourists, this is not necessarily the case.

Of the 77 provinces in Thailand, many remain relatively untouched by most travelers to land of smiles Although there is a lot to offer such as Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi. From stunning countryside views to ancient Buddhist temples – and all the stunning beaches, islands, and forests in between – here’s a look at five of the most must-visit destinations for travelers in Thailand this year.


Thailand’s beaches capture much of the country’s travel liking, but the countryside is just as stunning – and nowhere is this more evident than in the province.

A rural province east of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai and located near the border with Laos, Nan is full of natural pleasures such as streams, waterfalls, and dramatic green hills that roll into the horizon. Traveling the county’s windy national park roads on a motorbike through thick morning mists is a transformative experience, while the frescoes of Wat Phumin provide a window into the region’s past. You mix fragrant and fiery northern Thai cuisine, and you’re unlikely to regret heading there.


It is located in the Isan region of Thailand – the region from which the favorite Thai food Som Tam (papaya salad) originates – Buriram It is a must-visit county just down to the amazing Phanom Rung temple complex.

Perched on the edge of a dormant volcano, Phanom Rung was originally built between the 10th and 13th centuries and bears a distinct Khmer influence allowing comparisons to be made with Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Away from the temple, Buriram is also home to one of the most successful football teams in the country, Buriram United, and several events such as MotoGP.

It also serves as a starting point for a visit to the wider Isan region – known as Thailand’s “rice bowl” – which offers a glimpse into rural life in the country.


Southern Thailand has some of the most famous beaches in the country, but few are ever mentioned chumphon – And for the regulars of this county, they’d rather keep it that way. Thailand’s best kept secret when it comes to beach holidays, Chumphon offers 200 kilometers of pristine coastline which is a welcome change from Patong’s wildly underdeveloped beaches.

The mainland offers some of the country’s softest sand and purest water, and the mainland may lack what other provinces have in terms of nightlife clubs and shopping centers – but it’s all the better for it, providing the perfect opportunity to unwind and unwind. If snorkeling, kayaking, and paragliding don’t tempt you, the opportunity to explore the 40-island archipelago might just be the chance.

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While there are the likes of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao The second surahsThe county has more to offer than just the islands. It is also home to Khao Sok, one of the best national parks in the country, famous for its incredibly diverse array of flora and fauna and the stunning Chiu Lan Lake.

Waking up at one of the many rainforest accommodations to the sound of gibbons reverberating around the valley is the perfect way to start the day, while trekking through the rainforest – home to wild elephants, leopards and bears – offers a chance to be with nature. For the less active, tubes downstream may be more of a cup of tea.

Happy young female traveler enjoying a long tail boat in Thailand

Mae Hong-sun

Located in northern Thailand near the border with Myanmar, Mae Hong Son is a remote province that offers travelers the opportunity to learn how different hill tribes live in the country.

Staying with local Hmong tribes is a great way to get an authentic travel experience, and trips along the county’s many landmarks offer the opportunity to meet friendly locals and hill tribe members alike. Other popular activities in the area include rafting, visiting hot springs, and participating in the Mae Hong Son Motorcycle Ring, while Pai Village is known for its welcoming and laid-back atmosphere.

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