Cities, temples, beaches and jungle in Thailand

Every year millions of tourists come to visit Thailand, its capital, its temples, historical ruins, natural parks and paradisiacal beaches. Its capital is effervescent, its coastline is dreamy and its thousand-year-old temples, sometimes hidden in the jungle, are beautiful. In this article we select some indispensable sites for your audiovisual project in this wonderful destination.

Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital of the country. It is a city full of contrasts where the historical and ancestral Thailand mixes with the modern and cosmopolitan Thailand. It has a wide variety of attractions, including the one everyone should see: the great complex of the Royal Palace. More than 218.400 km² on the banks of the Chao Phraya River for your photographic shooting or audiovisual production.

Bangkok

Among all the majestic and colorful buildings, spread across these immense gardens, the Wat Prhra Kaew, which houses the famous Emerald Buddha, and the Chakri Mahprasad Hall, a beautiful building of Italian Renaissance style, are the most prominent.

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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the second most important city in Thailand and the cultural capital of the country. It is the gateway to the northwest of the country, its mountains and its ethnic culture. Local and authentic environments for your audiovisual project.

The city is located 700 km northwest of Bangkok and is guarded by mountains and rice fields. It has more than 300 temples. The most revered is the Doi Suthep Temple, located on the top of a mountain with the city scattered at his feet.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is the capital of one of the most authentic regions of the country, the golden triangle, an area between Myanmar, Las and Thailand. The essentials of this city are the White Temple, famous for being all white with a roof covered with crystals, which glisten in the sunlight give it a ethereal aspect, and the Blue Temple, all blue, symbol of the Dharma and the moral of the Buddha, combined with gold, especially on the roof of the building. Beautiful locations for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Chiang Rai

Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is one of the most fascinating ancient cities in all of Asia. It was the capital of the kingdom of Siam, until it moved to the current capital of the country. It counts a great number of historical and impressive ruins for your audiovisual project.

The city is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1991, nowadays many buildings have been rebuilt. But there are still numerous ruins of lavish palaces, such as the Grand Palace, and temples with pagodas, such as the Wat Phra Sir Pan Phet, or the Wat Phra Ram, in addition to dozens of Buddha sculptures.

Ayutthaya

Kanchanaburi

In Kanchanaburi, located in the central part of Thailand, you will find, between natural parks, history and temples, a perfect mix of locations for your audiovisual productions or photographic shooting.

Kanchanaburi hosts one of the most important natural parks of the country, the Erawan Park, with its famous waterfalls, besides the famous bridge over the Kwai River, emblem of the dark Japanese occupation during the Second World War.

Kanchanaburi

Krabi

Krabi, located in the south of the country, is synonymous with beaches and world famous islands. Thanks to its characteristic rock formations the province of Krabi is another place that all travelers should know.

Here is it possible to enjoy the best beaches, the most incredible sunsets and an extraordinary number of different activities. Mountains, rivers, mangrove forests and paradisiacal beaches for your audiovisual project.

Krabi

Ko Phi Phi

These spectacular islands, bathed by the Andaman Sea, off the coast of Krabi, were well know already some time ago, but are now world famous since some of its beaches were used as set for the film “The Beach”, with Leonardo Di Caprio.

Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Lee, to name the two main ones, have extensive sandy beaches sheltered by lush vegetation and a turquoise sea in the background. Impressive locations for any photographic shooting or audiovisual production.

Ko Phi Phi

Khao Sok National Park

The Khao Sok National Park is a huge natural reserve of 739 km² located in the south of Thailand, between Suratthani and Khao Lak. It is one of the sanctuaries of the country’s wildlife and one of the oldest rainforests in the world. It can be divided into jungle and the Cheow Lan Lake, a huge artificial lake of 165 km² surrounded by huge limestone cliffs and jungle with abundant vegetation. Now you only have to choose which location you want for your audiovisual project.

Khao Sok

Khao Yai National Park

The Khao Yai National Park covers some 2.168 km² of forests, jungle and grasslands. It is an area of great beauty and life, with pines, ancient trees with thousands of lianas, mushrooms of all colors, rivers and waterfalls. A variety of wild animals such as tigers, bears, elephants, monkeys and many species of birds and butterflies will make your audiovisual production or photographic shooting incomparable.

Khao Yai

Koh Lipe

The island Koh Lipe is the pearl of southern Thailand, along with the archipelago it is considered as the Maldives of Thailand. Its three great beaches are real wonders, with white sand as fine as flour, turquoise waters and coral reefs where you can observe the marine life with only diving glasses and a snorkel. If you are looking for a transparent sea, happy atmosphere and romantic sunsets, this is your ideal location for your audiovisual project.

Koh Lipe

Koh Tao

This island has wonderful landscapes, beautiful beaches and hidden bays, together with stunning sunsets. Hiking, kayaking, climbing or yoga with spectacular views for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting. Koh Nang Yuan, a tiny idyllic and almost deserted island, is nearby.

Koh Tao

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