Google brings some of Thailand’s best destinations to Street View


From today you can now visit some of Thailand’s most popular destinations and must see sights from the comfort of your own armchair.

Google has announced it has added some of the country’s most iconic and beautiful sights to Street View.


“From ancient temples, to tropical beaches, to strawberry plantations and rice terraces, this new Street View collection showcases the beauty and diversity of The Kingdom”, Google announced on Monday.

The new images let you virtually visit places such as the Chai Watthanaram Temple ruins in Ayutthaya or get up close to the magnificent Buddhists and Hindu Sculptures at The Sanctuary of Truth near Bangkok.

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Head north and you can visit the 2000 Tea Plantation in Chiang Mai, as well as the strawberry fields of Ban Nor Lae Village.

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If beaches are more your thing, head down to Koh Samui and explore the lagoons and cliffs of  the island’s popular Hin Ta Hin Yai or use the new images to help plan your next island getaway.

Whether you continue your journey in Google Maps or are inspired to visit in person, we invite you to enjoy exploring the wonders of Thailand. We hope that visiting The Kingdom with Google Maps (available on iOS and Android) will inspire a deeper appreciation for the beauty and history of this beautiful country”, read Google’s post on its Asia Pacific blog.

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