1. Bangkok’s Tumultuous Nature
The capital of Thailand, Bangkok, is an insane city that moves at lightning speed. I could have done without it when I originally visited: the clamor, swarms, intensity, contamination, and apparently unending number of individuals—it was quite a lot. Yet, in the wake of living there, I perceived how superb the city truly is.
Bangkok resembles an onion. There are loads of layers, and the best are a long way from the torment of the tourists. They are the small towns you might come across if you live there (or read this blog!).In Bangkok, in every case, some occasion is being held; the food is unbelievable, whether it’s from a roadside slowdown, a drifting business sector, or a top-of-the-line café; the gatherings… All things considered, one night in Bangkok is on a level that is truly unheard of; local people are cordial; and, in light of the relative multitude of explorers and ex-pats living here, it’s an exceptionally worldwide city. You won’t ever be worn out here.
2. Astounding Sea Shores
Thailand’s beaches and islands are among the best, most photographed, and most beautiful on the planet. An image is worth 1,000 words, and this photograph demonstrates why you ought to visit Thailand better than any words I could say.
There are islands for all necessities: party islands, resort islands, plunge islands, chill islands, void islands loaded up with a couple of cabins and not much else, islands with resorts, yoga retreats, or cascades, and some that blend a tad of everything!
With over 1,000 islands to choose from, you will find something that meets your needs.
3. Legendary Tropical Wildernesses
Thailand is flooded with tropical wildernesses loaded up with natural life, extraordinary perspectives, and unbelievable scenes. These wilderness areas make for fantastic road trips or multi-day journeying outings that will give you a sense of the country’s rich biodiversity. Nothing beats traveling through a tropical wilderness to support your internal voyager!
Probably the best trekking can be found up north, close to Chiang Rai, in Khao Yai Park (where you can see wild elephants), and in Khao Sok, which is renowned for its caverns and limestone.
4. Chipping in with elephants
The vast majority visit Thailand to go jumping and see the brilliantly hued fish and lovely submerged sights, yet there are a lot of astonishing animals to see ashore, including elephants!
Elephants have been used in the tourism industry for a long time in Thailand, with many elephants experiencing them all the while. Elephant riding has prompted a great deal of misuse and double-dealing. Luckily, there are various well-disposed safe havens where you can see the elephants very close, feed them, and deal with them in a way that is successful for all interested parties. There is a protection park close to Chiang Mai where you can help these great animals during a solitary day or multi-day volunteer stint.
5. Delectable Thai Food
Thai food is known all over the planet to be delectable, and you can wager it’s far and away superior in Thailand. The best food comes from roadside vendors, who present the most delicious and spicy food in the country. Simply find the slowdown where local people are swarming around to outwit the best.
Thailand without the food would be like France without the wine or Italy without pasta. I strongly suggest attempting some pork noodle soup. It’s one of a handful of Thai dishes you won’t find anywhere else on the planet (however, I found it at Berlin’s Thaipark market, which has the best Thai food beyond Thailand).
Other wonderful dishes to attempt: are khao soi, cushion kra par, som hat, laab, and vast measures of mango sticky rice. To put it plainly, you can’t exactly turn out badly with the road food here. It’s delicious, and it’s modest!