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[ 2023-01-23 ]

Thailand Among 23 Best Places to Visit in the World this Year

Thailand is one of the top 23 travel destinations in the globe according to Insider.com for this year.

Alesandra Dubin, the website's news and lifestyle editor, did not place these 23 locations in a "best of" category, but she did describe what each had to offer in an article that was published on January 1.

After Bhutan, Western Australia, the Cayman Islands, Dubai, France's Loire Valley, Japan, Las Vegas, Bali in Indonesia, Merida in Mexico, Canouan Island in the Caribbean, and Turkey, Thailand was the 12th place cited location.

The American hip-hop music festival Rolling Loud, which will take place at the Legend Siam Amusement Park in Pattaya in April 2023, will make its debut in Thailand. The festival of Songkran is occurring concurrently.

"I'm also always amazed by how many five-star hotels there are in Bangkok, and Rosewood Bangkok recently reopened in the upscale Ploenchit business and shopping district, which is, in my opinion, the perfect place for foodies and shoppers."


The premier is thrilled that Thailand has caught the attention of American web media, according to government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri, who made the statement on Sunday.


He cited Prayut Chan-o-cha as saying that Thailand has been a well-liked tourist destination and complimented Thai people for being kind and helpful hosts to visitors.

According to Anucha, "The PM thinks Thailand might draw up to 20 million tourists this year." This will help the Thai economy grow more sustainably and deliver money to the countryside.

Author: Patrick Lusted