13 Mesmerizing Photos That Urge You To Pack Your Bags For Thailand Right Now

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8:00 pm 20 Oct, 2015


Everyone loves to travel. Travel changes you. In a flash of second, you are free from all your insecurities, doubts and gloominess. Your narrow-mindedness is replaced by enlightenment and your tarnished feet are ready to take the leap of freedom.

A Egyptian photographer Osama Mohamed Elsayed travelled to Thailand last year and captured some riveting pictures that will multiply your thirst for travelling the beautiful country.

Chiang Mai is the largest and most culturally significant city in Northern Thailand. Being a creative city, it has a really close relation with nature.





Elephant Nature Park is a sanctuary and rescue centre for elephants in Mae Taeng District. The park has rescued over 37 distressed elephants throughout the country.

The park’s current herd includes disabled, orphaned, blind, and rescued elephants of all ages




You can make your experience more enlivening by taking care of the elephants, learning about them, and bonding with them.




The Karen people live mostly in the hills bordering the eastern mountainous region of the Thai border with Burma. Their elongated necks and heavy brass rings around their necks, forearms is what makes them unique and intriguing.




They enjoy a simple lifestyle and make up approximately 7 per cent of the total Burmese population in Thailand, which is around 5 million people.




The Phi Phi Islands is located between the large island of Phuket and the west Strait of Malacca coast of the mainland. It’s the only reason to touchdown in Phuket.




It’s love at first sight of the islands as there is hustle-bustle, no human inhabitants and tranquility at its core. The beautiful Monkey Beach in Thailand is a great place to observe local wildlife.




Ayutthaya is a city in Thailand, about 80 kilometers north of Bangkok.



In 1991, a part of Ayutthaya Historical Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it is an excellent witness to the period of development of a true national Thai art.




This is the head of Buddha in Wat Mahathat. Wat Mahathat (Temple of Great Reliquary) is the common short name of several important Buddhist temples in Thailand.




The photographer did not miss to shoot Bangkok’s divine modern skyline from atop a highrise.




After a long day of sightseeing, you can loose yourself and enjoy concerts and shows in Chiang Mai.



The journey of Thailand is incomplete without Muay Thai shows. Muay Thai is a combat sport of Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques.





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