If you're looking for an exciting vacation, go no further than Thailand

Thailand is the ideal destination for excitement and party. The country offers a wide range of activities, such as sightseeing, nature adventures, relaxing by the beach or exploring the city streets at night.


Thailand is the ideal destination for excitement and party. The country offers a wide range of activities, such as sightseeing, nature adventures, relaxing by the beach or exploring the city streets at night.

There are many temples in Bangkok and other cities that you can visit. These include Wat Pho Temple (the largest) and Wat Arun Temple (the most beautiful). You will also find famous museums such as National Museum, which houses Thai art pieces from ancient times until now. Don't miss the opportunity to see some great things at Chatuchak Weekend Market.

Get your adrenaline pumping in Thailand.

If you're looking for a place to get your adrenaline pumping, Thailand should be on your list. It's home to some of Southeast Asia's most popular adventure activities, and it offers an almost endless number of possibilities for thrill seekers.

If you love water sports and activities that involve getting out on or under the waves, then Thailand is definitely the place for you! There are excellent scuba diving spots throughout the country, including where you'll find sea turtles and manta rays. The same goes for surfing fans: if prime surf conditions are what you're after, head straight to Khao Lak (about two hours from Phuket).

Go zip lining in the North of Thailand.

Zip lining, or canopy walking as it's also known, is an exciting activity for thrill seekers of all ages. It involves walking between platforms above the forest floor on a cable suspended from tree to tree. You can choose between zip lines with a short run (50m) or long runs (600m).

Safety precautions are taken very seriously in Thailand, and there are several safety measures in place to ensure your safety during the zip line experience:

  • Each rider must wear a helmet provided by the operator
  • Riders must be over 30kg (or 10 years old) to participate
  • Double harnesses are worn at all times during the ride

The best time of year for this activity is from November to January, when temperatures are more relaxed; however, you should avoid going during monsoon season. The best location where you can enjoy this fun-filled adventure would be Chiang Mai province due north of Bangkok, often referred to as "The Rose of the North". 

Zip lining costs approximately 1200 Baht per person, but many tour operators offer group discounts if you book online well in advance!

Take a bike tour to see Bangkok.

Bangkok is a great place to explore by bike. Many different tour companies offer guided bike tours in Bangkok, and each gives you a different perspective on the city. Most tours take you through old parts of town, where you'll have plenty of time to soak up the sights and sounds of this unique culture. 

If you're looking for something more adventurous, try an overnight trip where you camp out under the stars while enjoying views of Bangkok from afar or participate in water sports on the Chao Phraya River. The experience will give you an intimate look at Thailand's culture and help you make friends with other travellers who share your passion for adventure!

Stay overnight at a Muay Thai Camp.

Muay Thai is one of the most popular martial arts in Thailand and worldwide. Since it originated as a combat sport, Muay Thai fighters must have a good understanding of their personal and opponent's body strength.

Muay Thai camps are available in many parts of Thailand, including Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya. There are also several other provinces, such as Chonburi, Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), Sukhothai, Ubon Ratchathani and Sisaket, where you can find Muay Thai camps to train yourself with these kickboxing techniques. Moreover, if you want to learn how to do this fantastic combat sport, we recommend Hua Hin Muay Thai Camp, Tiger Muay Thai, Singpatong Sitnumnoi Muay Thai Gym or Sumalee Boxing Gym & Sitmonchai Muay Thai Gym (source: CultureTrip).

Glass skywalk in Chonburi

From bungee jumping to white water rafting, plenty of activities will keep you on your toes! 

One of these is the glass skywalk at the Chonburi temple. It is 50 metres long. It is part of a 226-meter walkway between a hill and a Buddhist monument 25 metres above the ground on 15 rai of land at the temple of Wat Khao Tabaek in the Si Racha district.

It is said that the glass is safe, is 50 mm thick, and can hold 1,200 kilogrammes per square metre. Every 30 minutes, only 100 people can go and spend time there, and Bangkok is a two-hour drive from this place.

Explore some of the country's beautiful national parks and enjoy a hike.

At the national parks, you will have the chance to go on a hike. Hiking is one of the best ways to explore nature and get some exercise at the same time. 

Some of the best places to hike.
  • Krabi's Tiger Cave Temple
  • Khao Yai National Park
  • Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail
  • Khao Sok national park
  • Phanom Rung
  • Phu Kradueng National Park

For more information about the hikes, visit the link on Lonely Planet.