This is a list of my 5 top sites to visit in Southeast Asia. Have a look, there are also some places I recommend to stay.
World heritage-listed Luang Prabang may be the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia. Don't miss the Kuang Si falls
Koh Phayam, another top site in So
utheast Asia, is the second largest Andaman Sea island off the coast of Ranong Province. This beautiful island has no roads suitable for cars.
Koh Tao is the scuba diving destination of choice in Thailand.
The perfect white-sand beaches which ring the hilly 21 km² island are surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Thailand. The vibrant coral reefs there are home to a wide range of exciting and colourful sea creatures.
The Surin Islands are a group of islands in the Phang Nga Province, close to the popular tourist hub of Phuket. Popular for its coral gardens and white beaches, Surin Islands are one of the most famous diving and marine life viewing sites in the world, no doubt the best in Thailand
Chiang Mai is most famous for its beautiful ancient temples, though there is much more to see and do. The striking mountainous landscape around the city provides a lot of wonderful natural attractions and is home to two tribal villages.
Enjoy a thrilled evening at Patong Box Stadium full of crowd to watch authentic Muay Thai matches on the biggest Muay Thai ring in southern, Thailand. Get to Both male and female Thai boxers battle it out using their feet, elbows and knees in this intense combat sports. You will have an option to seats position according to your budget.
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