Thailand is a large country, so don't expect to be able to see it all on a bicycle in two or three days. Taxis, tuk tuks, motor scooters, bicycles, songthaews, trains, buses and planes, even hire cars are all great options for getting around in Thailand.
Doi Suithep is one of those places you just have to go to or you can't really say you've been to Chiang Mai. On top of the mountain is Wat Phra That, a Buddist monastery built originally in the 1300s and still in use.
The River Kwai at Kanchanaburi is one of those iconic "must visit" places in Thailand. It was here that literally thousands of Allied prisoners of war lost their lives in the 1940s at the hands of the Japanese Imperial Army while building and maintaining the rail line from Thailand to Burma
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