The Diversity of Locations to Explore
Whether you are looking for culture, history, incredible beaches, endless nights of partying or exploring off the beaten path locations, Thailand has such a diverse variety of places to visit. From the mountains in the northern region to the islands down south, there is something for everyone.
If you have been following our adventures then you will know that food is a big part of travel for us. Thailand much like most countries in South East Asia has an incredible food scene. From street food stalls, to quirky coffee shops and up market restaurants – Thailand has it all.
Whether your slurping on a bowel of Khao So in Northern Thailand or chowing down a plate of pad Thai on the beach – Thailand will definitely excite your taste buds.
South East Asia is home to so many amazing beaches. If you love the beach then you will be spoilt for choice in Thailand. From island hopping adventures, party strips or a chilled out vibe Thailand has something for every beach lover.
If you love water sports then Thailand is certainly the destination for you. Go scuba diving off the coast of Koh Tao or kite surfing in Koh Phangan. Thailand offers affordable water sports experiences so even if you are on a budget you will find something within your price range.
Thailand is a country rich in culture and traditions. Form stunning temples to bustling local markets and local villages there is so much to experience in Thailand. So as much as you may be tempted to sit by the beach all day, make your you take the time to explore and learn about the culture, history and local way of life.
Whether you are watching the sun go down behind the mountains in northern Thailand or sitting on the beach watching as it slowly sinks into the ocean – Thailand has some of the most amazing sunsets we have ever seen.
It’s Budget Friendly!
One of our favourite things about living and traveling in Thailand is how affordable it is. No matter your budget there is something for everyone here. Thailand has many cheap hostels, affordable hotels and if your looking to splash the cash they also have excellent 5 star resorts too. Domestic travel is also very affordable whether you travel via plane, bus or train. So what are you waiting for? When are you planning to visitThailand?
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