Formerly known as Siam, Thailand is home to unique, natural beauties. Thailand is often called the Land of Smiles because of its breathtaking beauty and friendly people. Island hopping, scuba diving, and snorkeling are some of the most popular water activities in Thailand. With 120 natural parks, Thailand is perfect for jungle and hiking adventures. Take a dip in beautiful waterfalls in Erawan National Park. Have an exciting guest experience with one of the local tribes in Thung Yai Naresuan National Park. You can even enjoy the view atop the jungle through zip lining! Explore tropical forests, caves, and hot springs. Ride on a bamboo raft as you traverse the most famous cave in Thailand, Tham Lod Cave. You can soak in Sai Ngam Hot Spring’s crystal clear water and feel the breeze of the jungle. Try exotic fruits like durian, pomelo, and mangosteen. Visit fascinating temples like the Sanctuary of Truth in Chang Wat Chong. Witness its unusual and extraordinary architecture, made out of wood with intricate carvings on it. You can also set foot to the famous Thai Buddhist temple called Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew. Made out from an almost 1.5 million plastic bottles, this temple is also known to be the Temple of a Million Bottles. Connect with nature in a different way like treetop dining. Designed to feel as you’re sitting in a bird’s nest, diners hover in a basket in the trees while sipping tea and enjoying your meal. Noteworthy is the variety of Thai botanical gardens. Have a wellness getaway by finding retreat locations across the country. You can browse RetreatHub for retreat centers for hire in Thailand!