Three Days in Thailand
What To Do In Thailand
Traveling is one of the best activities that you can do in order to grow as a person. There is nothing better than stepping out of your home, stepping into a plane and going on an adventure. By doing so, you will become a better human being with a global mindset as oppose to a narrow minded one. Traveling can help you to become much more grounded, see the world and help you to become more open minded. One of the best places to visit is Thailand and we will now take a closer look at some of the activities you can enjoy there.
First of all, Thailand has numerous islands and you should definitely go island hopping. There are tons of guides, so simply choose one and get going. These small islands often have amazing beaches that you can spend days on. There is nothing more relaxing than drinking a beer or sipping on a tropical drink on the beach. There are also lots of water sports you can take part in such as kite surfing, underwater photography, snorkeling, fishing etc. It is all a matter of what suits your vacation style.
Another great experience is to take a step back from the usual tourist trail and spend time with a local family. There are numerous tribes such as the Karen, Hisu, Hmong and Akha who take in foreigners and show them their way of life. This can be quite the enlightening experience and help you to understand how other people view and experience life.
Thailand is an extremely cheap place when it comes to buying food and you may find yourself fascinated by the local cuisine. Unfortunately, many foreigners stick to what they know and frequent food spots that serve Western food. You should definitely avoid doing so as you won’t get the full experience of being in Thailand. Be sure to eat a variety of Thai foods as well as visit their famous floating market. These floating markets consist of wooden boats that are piled high with various fruits and vegetables. It is definitely a sight to behold, so don’t forget to walk with your camera.
This country has a wide range of landscapes and there are lots of ancient ruins and national parks for you to visit and explore. Some of these include the Phimai Historical Park, Khao Yai National Park, Doi Inthanon National Park, Prasat Hin Phimai Historical Park etc.
Lastly, if you love shopping, then you can do so anytime you want at the local markets and street stalls. These are always bustling and are open seven days per week. You can find a variety of silks, furniture, handcrafts, silverware etc.
In closing, Thailand is truly a diverse country with much to offer. You definitely won’t run out of things to do and see and it truly requires at least a few weeks to experience it all. This is a country that may seem strange at first, but once you understand the culture, you will find yourself wanting to visit it every chance you get.