The amazing day trips from Bangkok

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The amazing day trips from Bangkok
Even though Bangkok is one of the most exciting cities in Asia that is dotted with buzzing markets, stunning temples and modern malls, there are also plenty of adventures to be had just outside of the city. Located a short drive from Bangkok, there are memorable day trip destinations where you can explore dazzling islands, national parks and ancient ruins. Perfect when you need an escape from the bustle of the city, here are the best day trips from Bangkok.

 
  • Ayutthaya

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    History enthusiasts should put Ayutthaya at the top of their list, as up until 1767 it was actually Thailand’s capital city. The now UNESCO-listed city is a great place to explore impressive ruins, beautiful temples and learn about its ancient history. Make sure to check out the Viharn Phra Mongkol Bophit, where you can step inside to discover one of the largest sculptures of Buddha. If you want to see hundreds of Buddha statues wrapped in colorful fabrics, head to Wat Yai Chaya Mongkol.

  • Kanchanaburi

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    Famous for its historical bridge that stretches over the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi sits just 80 miles west of Bangkok and gives insight into its connection with World War II. You’ll find plenty to see and do in this city if you’re interested in history, with the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum and Death Railway Museum some of the most notable sites to explore. Pay respects at the Jeath War Museum, then see waterfalls, caves and lakes in Erawan National Park.

  • Koh Si Chang

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    Explore Thailand’s picturesque coastline on a day trip to Koh Si Chang. Ride out to Koh Loi Pier and cruise the waters on a local ferry to reach the idyllic landscapes at Koh Si Chang. Here you’ll have the opportunity to lounge on the sandy shores or stay active and explore some of its cultural attractions. Visit the Summer Palace and Wat Asdangkhanimitr, which features the sacred Sri Maha Bodhi tree.

  • Hua Hin

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    Many consider Hua Hin to be a more laid-back version of Pattaya, still only a short day trip away from Bangkok. It’s nestled on the Gulf of Thailand and lures sun-seekers in with its beautiful beach and easy access to Kaeng Krachan National Park nearby. Gain insight into the local culture by browsing the Cicada Market, which comes alive at night with vendors selling souvenirs and regional delicacies. Get out on the water with a day of kitesurfing and other water sports, or stop by the Mrigadayavan Palace to see its colorful garden and complex where the Thai royal family once chose as their beach retreat.

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