1. The Pretty Phi Phi Islands - Visit the Phi Phi Islands, an island you can easily get to on a boat from Phuket. From snorkeling and diving in the clear blue waters to just chilling by the beautiful beach, a visit to the Phi Phi Islands is a must! You can also choose to go island hopping if the blues are all that you’re in Thailand for!
2. Beautiful Buddhist Temples - With around 94% of the population following Buddism, Thailand is home to some beautiful Buddhist temples across the country. Right from the gorgeous White Temple in Chiang Rai, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai to the Wat Chaiwatthanaram in the capital and Wat Arun in Bangkok, amongst many others.
3. The Glorious Grand Palace - Go back in time and visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok, where the Emerald Buddha is housed. It is the one place that completely defines Thai Culture & History.
4. The Divine Thai Food - Who doesn’t love Thai food? Whether you’ve tried it earlier or not, Thai food is best experienced on the streets and of course all the local restaurants. If you like, you could even attend a cooking class or two!
5. Thrilling Adventure Sports & Treks - If you’re into adventure sports, Thailand has a lot to offer! Right from the famous Flight of Gibbon- a ziplining adventure across the rainforest in Pattaya, to scuba diving, kayaking and snorkeling at any of the islands- especially Phi Phi. You can also go on various treks and hiking trails famous across Phuket, Ching Mai and the Sri Phang Nga National Park in Khao Lak.
6. Float & Shop - Experience the ultimate floating and shopping at the Saduak market, about 100 kms southwest of Bangkok. Apart from that, Bangkok too is famous for its shopping, especially those looking for fashionable and affordable clothing!
7. Party in Patong - A popular tourist destination, if you’re someone who enjoys partying and dining across a variety of beach restaurants and cafes, then the Patong beach is for you!
8. Pull an All Nighter at a Full Moon Party - If you’re someone who loves to party, pull an all nighter at the Koh Pha Ngan Island, and experience the full moon party – one of Thailand’s most famous beach party that takes place every month, before or after the full moon.
9. Explore Local Villages - Take the road less travelled and go on a little hike to explore the villages of North Thailand. Akha, Lisu, Hmong and Karen are the tribes you’ll probably come across. Interact with them and learn more about Thailand’s culture upfront!
10. The Famous Thai Massage - After all the island hopping, shopping, wandering, treks, beaches, and water sports- you might just want to unwind and relax with a therapeutic Thai massage. However, do avoid the famous red-light areas where a Thai massage might just mean something else altogether!