Must Try Experiences In Thailand


Thailand is famous for its sun-soaked beaches, hospitality, wondrous temples, exquisite cuisine, welcoming street food, and…

You get the idea; Thailand’s got a lot going for it. If you’re looking to travel there, that might make having to find your destination a bit overwhelming. Sure enjoying your time with a yacht from is great, but it’s not the only thing in Thailand that’s worthwhile. There’s a lot of great places to visit, but certain experiences are simply must try. Here are a few recommendations to help narrow down your lists.

Make your favourite Thai dishes

Thailand is known for its food as much as its sights. Even street food is considered news-worthy here. The Suwannee Thai in Chian Rai is a great place to visit for the gastronomically-inclined, as it has classes that teach attendees how to cook authentic Thai dishes with ingredients supplied by local farmers, with classes for different levels and interests. If you’re in the capital, then you can go to Bangkok’s Blue Elephant Cooking School, or you can opt for the Oriental Cooking School.

Head for the beaches

Thailand has a lot of pristine beaches, marine national parks, and clear, azure waters. There’s a reason businesses like are in business in the country. The Similan and Surin Islands on the West Coast are a great place to visit, while Phuket has a lot of events happening in the surrounding waters.

Visit the temples

As a country with a rich history and tradition, it’s no surprise that Thailand has a lot of temples, or wats, strewn across the country. The capital alone has around 400 of them, perfect for those that want more than shopping centres and restaurants to visit in Bangkok. Of course, no one has 400 days to spare in a trip, so the ones that take priority are the Wat Phra Kaew; the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Wat Pho; the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, and Wat Arun, the most iconic temple in the capital.

Enjoy festivals with the locals

For those that want rich culture and tradition, but livelier, Thailand has plenty of festivals to enjoy. The Loi Krathong, or Yi Peng, for example, is a ritual symbolic of moving forward and letting go of past ills and misfortunes, represented by letting thousands of candle-lit paper lanterns being sent skyward by locals.



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