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Thailand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world intertwined with its deep rooted cultures and rich historical, natural and architectural places to discover. You can always enjoy trying out a great variety of activities that you have never done before in any other places.
Your Tour Desk is an expert in Southeast Asian tour operations based in Bangkok, Thailand. Our focus is to provide the best tours, transfers, one day trips and excursions all around Thailand geared around our members safety and cost efficient budgets. Our support teams are readily available during the tours in case of any emergencies or to answer any questions that may arise. Our website is easy and simple to use to make any future booking.
What to Do in Thailand
Now you may be wondering what you can do in Thailand? Let’s start with Bangkok: the capital city of Thailand. Bangkok is a city that you can see old foundations mixed in with modern styles and ideas all in the same place.
For instance, you can spend the morning visiting and paying your respects at their many beautiful temples each rich with their own great and ancient history; in the afternoon you can take a stroll to taste many of Thailand’s street foods all over but especially in Chinatown; and then finally you can enjoy experiencing the nightlife visiting one of their most famous places: Khao San Road.
There, many foreigners from all around the world gather and celebrate what this great city has to offer.
If you’ve already experienced all that you would like in Bangkok and would like to explore other areas we recommend heading to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market which is only a 2 hour car ride SouthWest of the city. There you can taste the local foods and see how they still live and maintain their traditions along the river which they have learned through generations.
Beaches, Botanical Garden & Museums
Now if you wanted to relax and get some sun then you should head SouthEast to the beautiful beaches of Pattaya which is also only 2 hours away by car. Pattaya is an absolute must while visiting Thailand because of its very beautiful beaches and many inspiring places such as Nong Nooch Botanical Garden and The Sanctuary of Truth Museum. One being one of Thailand’s largest beautiful garden and the other being covered entirely of wooden sculptures.
Burma-Thai Railway – Kanchanaburi
Another option that we highly recommend for you to visit is Kanchanaburi, which is well known historically with its connections concerning how the Japanese planned build a railway between Thailand and Burma during World War II. You can take the Line Railway for a ride and see its vast countryside and historical meaning.
Kanchanaburi is not only famous for its World War II history but also for its beauty and green nature as well. You can also be adventurous and go rafting or kayaking through the Kwai River if that is more your style.
Hikes, Boat Rides & Water Activities
Further South Thailand also has many famous islands to explore such as Phuket, Krabi and Samui to name a few. You can also choose to visit these shores while going on daily hikes, boat rides or water activities such as kayaking, snorkeling or swimming day trips.
Venturing to the Northern region of Thailand you will find its ancient cities constructed with their infamous Thai styled architectures as in Chiang Mai. To get there you can take a sleeper train and view the large countryside enjoying a panoramic view the entire way there. Another city that you shouldn’t miss if you visit the Northern region of Thailand is Chiang Rai. Chaing Rai is not far away from Chaing Mai only about 191.9 km. which is 3 hours by car. There you will visit Wat Rong Khun, a white temple which was designed and built by one of Thailand’s greatest artist: Ajarn Chalermchai Kositpipat.