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Top 3 Things to See in Thailand

Top 3 Things to See in Thailand
1. Phi Phi Islands
There is a reason why the Phi Phi islands are one of Thailand's top tourist attractions, with pristine turquoise waters, white sands and spectacular rock formations the view looks like something straight from a travel magazine. A 90 minute boat ride from Phuket will take you straight to this paradise where you can kayak, snorkel or just lay by the beach and enjoy the relaxed, tropical atmosphere. 

2. Khoa Yai National Park
Khoa Yai National Park is Thailand's second largest, but most visited national park. Located 3 hours out of Bangkok, Khoa Yai boasts breathtaking views of the lush, mountainous jungle and magnificent waterfalls. It is home to 100's of native plants and animals including monkeys, elephants and exotic birds. 

3. Ayutthaya 
This historic city was once the country's bustling capital, Ayutthaya now provides tourists with a glimpse in to the past. The ruins of elaborate temples, statues and fascinating architecture serve as a reminder of a dark time in Thailand's history. Ayutthaya is only a short bus ride from Bangkok, making it the perfect location for a day trip to immerse yourself in Thai history and culture.

To bring the taste of Thailand home to you, try out our Thai curry paste, available in red, yellow or green. With dishes like our Thai Spicy Basil Stir Fry and Pad Thai Noodles, you'll be transported to Thailand without ever having to leave your kitchen.

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