As Thailand is shifting from pandemic to endemic, it is time to plan a well-deserved vacation to Thailand. Here are the 10 best activities in Thailand.
1. Thai Cooking Class in Phuket
A small-group cooking class will teach you how to make real Thai curry in a relaxing setting. If you choose the morning trip, pick up fresh ingredients in a local traditional market, which is filled with color and strange scents. Your local teacher teaches culinary secrets handed down through generations as you utilize the mortar and pestle. The menu can be changed to fit any dietary needs upon request.
2. Full day snorkeling adventure around Koh Tao
Explore the coral reefs of Koh Tao aboard the greatest snorkeling boat on the islands. Water slide, diving board, climbing wall, floating sun beds, air-conditioned cabin, and multilingual tour operators are all available onboard. Visit all of the top sites on Koh Tao, including the incredible Nag Yuan viewpoint, which is one of Thailand’s most famous vistas.
3. Evening Cooking Course in Chiang Mai
The greatest Thai culinary school is 13 kilometers from the bustling city of Chiang Mai, in tranquil and soothing environs, where we produce many of the herbs and spices used in our workshops. We provide an open air kitchen in a rural setting where you will have your own cooking station, knives wok, and meticulously clean tools to make all of your own fantastic sauces and traditional Thai foods.
4. Bangkok’s Most Famous Spots Tour
Bangkok is unlike any other city in the world. On our one-of-a-kind Bangkok Instagram Tour, we’ll show you why! When you come with us, forget all you think you know about guided tours. This tour is unique!
The all-inclusive Bangkok day trip will begin with a pick-up from your hotel by one of our fantastic local tour guides who are eager to show you around their city. Furthermore, because all of the guides are fluent in English, nothing will be lost in translation!
5. Rescue P.A.W.S. Day Visit (Day Volunteering with Puppies)
Rescue P.A.W.S. is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and lowering the number of street (soi) dogs in Hua Hin and the surrounding regions.
The day visits will provide you with not just hands-on experience, but also an amazing interaction that may result in you walking away with adoption paperwork in hand.
Drive through the Hua Hin suburbs’ back roads, passing through lush pineapple farms, take in panoramic views from gorgeous temple grounds, and, of course, dip your toes in the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand with our four-legged companions.
We are really excited to meet you and welcome you into our pack!
6. Private Excursion to Maeklong Railway and Floating Markets
On your canal tour to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, have a personalized look at this renowned location by sightseeing by private long-tail boat. First, you’ll be escorted from Bangkok to the MaeKlong Railway Market by a professional guide. Enjoy Thai fruits, snacks, sweets, and beverages, as well as free time to shop.
7. Thai and Akha Cooking Class in Chiang Mai
The greatest way to learn about a country’s culture is to sample its cuisine. During a cooking lesson in Chiang Mai, delve further into Thai cuisine and the culture of the Akha hill tribe, which is ideal for foodies and first-time tourists. You’ll get a peek of local life at a fresh food market in addition to learning to master traditional cuisine.
8. Care Pride Elephants: Full Day Tour
Visit the family-owned Elephant Pride Sanctuary to get up close and personal with the world’s biggest land animal. The elephants here used to work on logging crews to clear the protected forest, but now they are free to roam. A Thai lunch, water, skip-the-line admission to the sanctuary, and round-trip transfers from Chiang Mai hotels are included in this small-group tour, which is restricted to just nine people.
9. Krabi Sunset Cruises
On a sunset tour that explores the Andaman Sea at dusk, sail to five beautiful islands off the coast of Krabi. This experience includes a Thai supper buffet, as well as the use of kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and snorkeling equipment, in addition to a safe guided ride on a century-old wooden junk boat. Also, swim in the bioluminescent ocean near Pranang Beach after dark.
10. Phuket Old Town Food Tour
A small-group food tour shows local-style places you would otherwise miss, allowing you to sample the full range of Phuket’s gastronomic offerings. This trip is perfect for first-time tourists and foodies, since it includes a variety of sweet and savory tastes and guarantees customized attention from your guide by keeping the group size to only eight people.