The main city of Siam, Bangkok, is one town that's always ready to enchant anybody who comes to see. Unlike another smaller locations, Bangkok is definitely more vibrant and has plenty to shock any first time traveller. From the golden palace to the weekend market. I'm especially impressed with the Chatuchak weekend market. You can find nearly every culinary delights found in some other parts of Thailand and also the exquisite handicrafts which are so uniquely Siam. Subsequently there's the tuk-tuk experience that's unlike any other.
Phuket is the next most renowned destination after Bangkok. Geographically located at the outermost stretch of the peninsula, the coastal line of Phuket is one of the best on earth. But it is likely the catastrophic Tsunami that happened in 2006 that brought Phuket to the world period. I have gone to Phuket a few times but luckily, I was not there when the Tsunami hit. To me, what I recall the most about Phuket is the seashore massage that I had there. The expertise of seeing the sun evaporating slowly out of your horizon as you enjoy a soothing Thai massage is really one sort of its own.
It handles such places as Krabi and Koh Samui and they're undoubtedly places that you must not miss when you are planning your vacation itinerary to the state. What leaves me astonished is the still pristine beaches it is possible to see in these places despite the substantial tourism existence which usually have led to over-commercialisation. You can scarcely find such areas anymore nowadays. Do not forget to check the calendar to make sure that the time of your visit does not coincide with the monsoon season when you would discover many sights to be closed.