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With its bustling cities, gorgeous beaches, and rich cultural history, Thailand is a hot spot for tourists. In 2014, more than 24 million visitors traveled there to experience its unique sites first-hand.

Photo-sharing app EyeEm recently hosted a Thailand-centric contest that asked photographers to submit their best shots from the streets of this photogenic country.

The results were stunning images that provide a glimpse into what Thailand has to offer.

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The months of November through March are Thailand’s cooler, dryer season, and it’s generally the best time to visit.




There are more than 30 airports across the country, but Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport serves the most international travelers.




On May 11, 1949, the country was officially renamed Thailand, which means “land of the free”. The country was formerly known as Siam.

Source: History Today



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With its bustling cities, gorgeous beaches, and rich cultural history, Thailand is a hot spot for tourists. In 2014, more than 24 million visitors traveled there to experience its unique sites first-hand. Photo-sharing app EyeEm recently hosted a Thailand-centric contest that asked photographers to submit their best shots from the streets of this...