Thailand is the right place for those who seek the pleasure for life, as it offers rich and varied activities: rainforests, beautiful beaches, scuba diving, wonderful temples tours, and etc. … Whether you are an experienced adventurer, a tranquil one or a cultural person, no doubt Thailand meets each of your personalities!
Meet at Khao Yai National Park. Full of waterfalls and rivers, this park is a real natural reserve. More than a hike, this is an opportunity to experience a safari. Its rich fauna includes those with more than 800 species. Among them, 112 species of mammals make their home there, including two species of gibbon. With a little patience, perseverance and silence, you will have the pleasure to meet the elephants, deer, bears … and admire the magnificent birds on your way.
How to get there? From Bangkok, we recommend you to rent a car, or take a mini van from Victory Monument.
Bang Kachao: Dive into the heart of the jungle, found just 10 minutes from Bangkok. This lush area is an attractive location to bike around, and it only costs you 100 baht/day. Indeed, the size of the park requires your great energy. In a beautiful day of sport immersed in tropical vegetation, you will discover the joy of small houses built on stilts, the exotic character that blends into the decoration.
How to get there? Once you arrive at the MRT Khlong Toei, take a taxi to Klong Toey temple. When you cross the temple you will find the pier, a boat will take you to the park for only 10 baht!
The Curious One
Discover the Amphawa floating market, more than a market town that will take you to the heart of Asian culture. These small boats carrying foods, are also where the vendors cook their freshly delicious dishes. The colours, smells and just the bustling life of this market will leave a memory of Thailand. The curious ones may satisfy their curiosity by tasting these Thai dishes.
How to get there? Take the BTS to the Victory Monument station and ask the minivan to head to Amphawa market, only 1 hour 30 minutes ride for 90 baht.
*The markets with the boat ride are only available on weekends (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday).
Towards a turquoise paradise, Bangkok to Phuket would take approximately 13 hours on bus. Known as the “Pearl of the South”, Phuket can better bear his name. Idyllic beaches, lush vegetation, and rich seabed; this gem located on the west coast of Thailand is a must! Kayaking, golf, fishing, water skiing, bungee jumping, or the park of dinosaurs, all the tourist activities are presented.
How to get there? Take a taxi and ask the Southern Terminal Center of Bangkok, you will be taken to the bus station, counting between 600 and 800 baht.
Once one of the greatest capitals of the world, that of Siam from 1350 to 1767, Ayutthaya shone a thousand lights. Today the lights of this city radiate through its history. Getting to Ayutthaya is not only approaching an exceptional historical heritage but is also another way of traveling towards the past!
How to get there? Take the BTS to Victory Monument (160 baht round trip). Once the bus has deposited, walk 10 minutes towards the first temples. Along the way you will find bikes for rent.
Once you’re in Thailand, anything is possible.