10 Unusual Places to Visit in Thailand that You Have to Go To

1. White Temple (Wat Rong Khun): Marvel at the unique and intricate architecture of this contemporary Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai. 

2. Maeklong Railway Market: Experience the fascinating market where vendors swiftly fold their stalls as the train passes through in Samut Songkhram.

3. The Death Railway (Kanchanaburi): Visit the historic railway built during World War II, offering scenic views and a poignant reminder of history.

4. Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Cave Temple): Climb the 1,237 steps to reach the temple's summit in Krabi, where you can admire panoramic views and encounter wild monkeys.

5. Hellfire Pass (Kanchanaburi): Explore the poignant museum and trek through the historic site, paying tribute to the POWs who built the infamous railway.

6. The Sanctuary of Truth: Discover the intricately carved wooden temple in Pattaya, showcasing a blend of religious and philosophical themes.

7. Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew (Temple of a Million Bottles): Witness the unique temple constructed using recycled glass bottles in Sisaket Province.

8. Pai Canyon: Traverse the narrow ridges and rocky cliffs of this breathtaking canyon in Pai, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

9. The Umbrella Making Village (Bo Sang): Experience the traditional craftsmanship of umbrella making in this charming village near Chiang Mai.

10. The Ancient City (Muang Boran): Wander through this outdoor museum near Bangkok, featuring replicas of Thailand's iconic landmarks and historical sites.

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