The tranquil nature of dazzling beaches and pristine mountains contrast with the vibrant, colorful lights of the Bangkok city streets, and the food markets perfectly capture the beautiful charms of Thailand. The breathtaking sceneries that are unique to Thailand make it one of the main filming locations for Hollywood movies. If you do not know, legendary celebrities such as Bruce Lee, Sylvester Stallone, and Leonardo di Caprio have been in Thailand to play one of their most famous movies!

Starting from the legendary James Bond series, the Man with the Golden Gun film has used the famous Phang Nga Bay in Phuket to film. The blue jade color of the ocean of the Phang Nga Bay area is surrounded by beautiful islands including Khao Ta Pu and Khao Phing Kan, which is also called the James Bond island. Being able to go visit this place will bring back your nostalgic memories of the great James Bond movies along with getting to experience the breathtaking beach sceneries of Phang Nga bay. Moving on to Ko Phi Phi Le in Maya Bay of the Krabi province, Thailand is where the legendary actor, Leonardo di Caprio has filmed the Beach movie in 2000. Famously described as “paradise-like”, the beach has recently opened after 4 years of closing down. Getting a chance to come here will definitely give you a rejuvenating and refreshing feeling from its beyond beautiful scenery. Next up is the Northern part of Thailand in Chiang Mai. Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep temple is used as a filming location in the iconic action thriller movie, Rambo III. Sylvester Stallone has been to the beautiful Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, one of the famous landmarks of Chiang Mai, to film as well! With its beautiful traditional temple designs and the stunning views from the mountain top where the temple is located, you will surely be mesmerized by this location, even Rambo stayed here! For anyone who loves martial arts, the all-time legend, Bruce Lee, has shot the film The Big Boss in Pak Chong district in Nakhon Ratchasima of Thailand. The local and easy-going vibes of the Northeastern streets are the charms of the location. Most importantly, the martial arts legend, Bruce Lee has also been there before! If anyone is looking for a magnificent city view of central Thailand, Bangkok, head to Lebua Hotel for its rooftop bar that has been filmed in Hangover II. As one of the highest rooftop bars in the world, you can see all parts of Bangkok city with a riverview of the Chao Phraya river clearly.

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