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Weekend Trips in Bangkok

1. Hua Hin, Bangkok

Hua Hin - View

Hua Hin is a coastal district about a four hour train ride south of Bangkok. Alongside some premier beaches, there is a large cave, a fun night market, and a waterpark. The area is also known for its wine production.

2. Koh Chang, Bangkok

Ko Chang - View 1

Thailand's third-largest island and located near the Cambodian border. Visited for its forested peaks, waterfalls, expansive bays, and coral reefs. Koh Chang is a hub for recreation and adventure - from hiking to diving.

3. Ayutthaya, Bangkok

Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

The ancient capital of the Ayutthaya province - sometimes referred to as the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Located about 50 miles north of Bangkok, the city harbors a plethora of ancient ruins - the historical park is recognised as a UNESCO site.

4. Phuket, Bangkok

Phuket Thailand

Phuket is probably Thailand's best known island, containing some of the country's most famous beaches. The island has something for everyone, whether it's party-hungry backpackers, luxury seekers, or a adventure enthusiasts.

5. Krabi, Bangkok

Krabi Province - View

A staple on the Thailand circuit, Krabi boasts impressive beaches, island archipelagos, limestone karsts, and an abundance of nature. Many areas have succumbed to overtourism, but many refuges are left to be found.

6. Ko Lanta, Bangkok

Krabi - Ko Lanta - View

Ko Lanta is an island located just off the coast of Krabi. Expect amazing beaches, rainforest hikes, and mangrove forests. There is also less of a party scene here than on other nearby islands.

7. Phi Phi Islands, Bangkok

Krabi - Ko Phi Phi - Lagoon

The Phi Phi Islands are an epicenter for tourism, which has arguably clouded the locale's beauty. The smaller of the two islands is undeveloped and only allows for day visits. Activities and parties are aplenty, but visit with caution.

8. Khao Yai National Park, Bangkok

Khao Yai National Park - Waterfall 1

The Khao Yai National Park - Thailand's third largest - is located just 200 kilometers from Bangkok and is accessible by both train and bus. The park offers hiking and biking trails, campsites, waterfalls, and an abundance of native fauna.