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Top Activities in Thailand

With so much to see and do in Thailand, it really is hard to pick the top experiences. However, to truly appreciate Thailand, you need to plan to do these five activities during your visit.

Scuba Diving

Thailand is the place to get scuba certified. The courses are among the cheapest in the world, and the trainers are highly qualified. If you are already certified, dives are affordable and plentiful.

Yoga Retreats

Thailand caters to those looking for a place to recharge their minds and bodies. With many affordable options, a retreat should be on your must-do list.

Thai Cooking Classes

Thai food is delicious, so why not learn to cook it yourself? There are many cooking classes available throughout the country.

Island Hopping

Thailand offers some of the most spectacular beaches in the world, many of which are on islands only accessible by boat. Fortunately, transport is cheap and easy, so get out and find your favourite beach!

Temples and Culture

Buddhism is an essential and vibrant part of Thai life, and temples are all over the country. To learn more, respectfully engage in conversation with monks. At some temples, you can learn meditation for the day or have a meal for a small donation.

Planning Your Trip

While planning is essential, leave room for spontaneity. Unexpected discoveries often become cherished memories. Don’t over-plan every minute; leave space to embrace the unexpected – that’s where some of the best experiences occur! Crafting a Thailand itinerary involves understanding your preferences, making informed choices, and allowing for flexibility. By embracing the country’s diversity and weaving in your interests, you’ll create a personalized and unforgettable Thai experience.

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What to do

Rock climb. Krabi is known for many things, rock climbing among them. Railay Beach is the most popular place to give the sport a try. Get a Sak Yant tattoo. Sak Tant tattoos are sacred and blessed tattoos inscribed by monks using traditional bamboo tattoo methods. Definitely a permanent memory from your time in Thailand. Ride a tuk-tuk. These three-wheeled vehicles are the most common way to navigate the busy streets in most Thai cities. You’d be hard-pressed not to find them convenient and affordable during your travels. Visit a floating market. Bangkok has the most famous floating markets. But you can tour others throughout the country for a uniquely Thai feel. Eat Pad Thai. Sure you’ve probably had Pad Thai at your favourite Thai restaurant back home. But you’ve never had it as you will in Thailand itself. Watch a Ladyboy show. Seemingly peculiar yet incredibly popular and well respected in Thai culture, the Ladyboy Cabaret’s will leave you entertained for sure. Walk on the Bridge Over the River Kwai. Famous in its own right, the bridge is worth a stroll when you are visiting Kanchanaburi. Visit the Golden Triangle. Thailand, Laos and Myanmar come together at what is called the Golden Triangle. Visit here to take in all 3 countries at once. Visit the Bangkok Airplane Graveyard. It’s never good to think of planes and graveyards in the same thought. Unless you can explore the ruins of massive and historic planes. Catch a sunset at the Phi Phi viewpoint. Sure there are plenty of amazing places to end your day in Thailand. But Koh Phi Phi boasts just about the best sunsets as anywhere else in the country. Watch Muay Thai fights. You can watch Muay Thai at any number of venues around Thailand. Or take a lesson in Bangkok if you’re up for the challenge. See the Big Buddha. Buddhism is big in Thailand. And nothing demonstrates this more than the Big Buddha in Phuket.

When you should go

The best time to visit Thailand is between November and March when the weather is cool and dry. This is also the peak tourist season, so prices for hotels and flights may be higher. March offers the lowest rates for accommodation and airfares. May to October is a good time to enjoy low rates, but it is also the rainy season. The climate varies throughout the country, so you can visit all year round. Understanding Thailand’s climate seasons helps plan a trip to make the most of favorable weather conditions and avoid travel inconveniences during the wet season.

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