Now that we are seeing signs of a return to life the way it was, this might be the right time to begin planning your first post pandemic vacation. One thing that you will find is that the tourist areas all over the world are now in top condition, and the vendors are eager to make your visit memorable. Thailand has always been an important tourist destination, and this isn’t going to change any time soon. But the first people back will be seeing Thailand at the top of form. With that in mind, let’s have a look at some of Thailand’s most impressive features so that you can make the most of your visit.
Thailand has two coastlines, the Gulf of Thailand, and the Andaman Sea. Both have their advantages, but in terms of raw beauty the Andaman is the winner. The western coast is a treasure trove of beaches and postcard quality islands that never fail to impress. The best way to see it all is from the sea. A private yacht rental in Phuket will ensure you maximum access to all the marine beauty, and a portable luxury accommodation for the evenings. If you could only do one thing in Thailand, this would be it. But luckily you are not limited in any way, and there are many more things to see and do.
Thailand is a developing nation, and many places have modernized to the point where it is hard to identify the local charm. But the northern area of Thailand still has many places where you can get a feel for old Siam. The northern mountains are full of tribal villages that still do things the old way. You can step back in time and imagine a simpler world, there are plenty of natural attractions as well, and make sure you stop in at some of the many tea or coffee plantations. It will be great for your peace of mind. Or perhaps take in some of the national parks. Northern Thailand has something new around every corner, it would take you weeks to see it all.
This bustling city centre is a mixture of the old and the new. There are so many things to see, deciding what to do really depends on your tastes. There are ancient temple sites and high-end shopping centres. There are spas and markets, and there are the famous street food and the vibrant night life as well. Something for everyone and a perfect way to wind down your Thailand adventure, and don’t forget to pick up some souvenirs at the numerous stalls.
There is a lot more to Thailand than these three areas. If you are into motorcycling or biking, there is no better place to rent a bike and go for a tour. Just make sure you know how to change a bike tire in case you run into some touble.
There are numerous golf courses, ancient architecture everywhere, and elaborate temples too. And if that isn’t enough Thailand is also the hub for travel to other destinations in Southeast Asia, such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and more. It really is the perfect location to start an adventure.