Top 10 Best Things to Do in Thailand

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Thailand is a beautiful country to discover. Coming to Thailand, you can experience countless interesting activities, but the top 10 best things to do in Thailand below are the most typical.

If you are bored with the prosperity of large countries, Thailand will be a good choice for you to change the atmosphere. In Thailand, there are countless interesting things to do that every tourist should love. Among them, the top 10 best things to do in Thailand in the following article are still the most popular. What is that? Join us in this article now!

Explore Red Light District

There is a special thing in Thailand that other countries do not have. It is the Red Light District, which is allowed to operate in various forms by the government. Here, you can admire the eye-catching performances from sexy girls, boys, bustling bars and extremely unique shows.

If you want to explore new things, Red Light District is a must do in Thailand

When night falls, this neighborhood starts bustling. Light is equipped to attract as many people as possible. Only on a small road, you can admire pole dancing, karaoke, sexy performances, etc. However, if you have never been to these locations, please find out the services before coming and avoid encountering unexpected situations.

For more details: Great Bar Experiences in Bangkok, Thailand

Watch cabaret performance

Watching cabaret performances is one of the most interesting things that you cannot miss when coming to Thailand. These shows are mostly performed by girls who have beautiful and charming physique. Perhaps these unique shows are an important part, contributing to the attraction of Thailand.

These shows are also known as sex shows in Thailand. It includes 4 typical 90-minute shows: White Show, Black Show, Russian Show and Big Eyes Show - the main show. The show time takes place daily from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Perhaps because of the attraction of the sensitive topic, sex shows in Thailand always attract a lot of foreign guests. You can buy tickets easily but it will take a long time to admire this show.

Go shopping at local night markets

Thailand is known as the sleepless city because the bustling life here exists all day and night. In particular, Thailand's nightlife always has countless activities for you to explore. There are famous activities in Thailand we definitely have to mention. It's a visit to the night market and local markets, which are considered to be a feature of Thailand.

After exploring Thailand in the daytime, if you have no activity in the evening, try exploring the local markets and night markets. Here, you can not only buy fashionable items at extremely low prices but also fill your hungry stomach with a culinary paradise.

If you go to Thailand without visit the night market, your journey will be incomplete

You can refer to some night markets and local markets below:

  • Train Night Market - Ratchada (Talad Rot Fai)
  • Talad Neon Night Market
  • Chang Chui Bangkok Plane Market
  • Artbox Container Night Market
  • Bangkok Night Market Asiatique the Riverfront
  • Siam Square Night Market
  • Khaosan Road
  • Chinatown

Visit floating market

In addition to night markets and local markets, floating marketing is also very interesting and you must definitely visit when traveling to Thailand. Unlike the night market and the local market, here people buy and sell goods on boats. You easily feel comfortable and familiar. A colorful picture, from the color of the boats to the color of the fruit, blends together.

Floating markets are one of the top places to visit in Thailand

Floating markets are one of the top places to visit for the Thai locals. It is not only organized for tourism but also opened to meet the needs of the residents. Therefore, you will see that everything happens here naturally. Amphawa, Damnoen Saduak and Khlong Lat Mayom are the most famous floating markets. If you have the opportunity, visiting these floating markets is a must do in Thailand.

Have fun in Songkran festival

Songkran Festival is a famous water splash festival in Thailand, which takes place from April 13th to 15th annually. Maybe you do not know but Songkran is a New Year occasion in Thailand. According to the concept of Thailand, splashing water on others has a profound meaning. Water can help them wash away the bad things in the old year and receive fortune in the upcoming New Year.

In the past, scented water would be used on this holiday. Nowadays, water splashing activities are expanded into festivals. This festival is organized for domestic and foreign visitors. Splashing water on each other is a must-do activity to give people luck in the New Year.

Joining Songkran Festival is one of the best things to do in Thailand

To be able to attend the water splashing ceremony, you can go to some big cities like Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Khon Kaen, Phuket and Chiang Mai. However, you should go to Chiang Mai to join this festival. Because, in Chiang Mai, the practices in this festival such as the procession of the Buddha and the bathing of Buddha still apply.

Taste Thai street foods in Bangkok

Another top thing to do in Thailand is enjoying the taste of Thai street foods in Bangkok. It can be seen that Thai cuisine is a delicate blend of herbs, spices and fresh food. Each dish is full of taste such as spicy, sour, sweet and bitter, which gives flavorful and unique savor. Thai cuisine is not only expressed deeply in every tablespoon, but also expressed greatly in street food. Coming to Thailand, you absolutely must try amazing dishes such as Prata, Tom Yum Goong, Pad Thai, etc.

Prata is a simple type of pancake. Condensed milk and chocolate syrup are evenly spread on the surface of the cake, giving a sweet and aromatic flavor for you. In addition, banana flavor prata is also one of the popular and favorite cakes. Diners can easily find this cake at hundreds of cake stalls along the streets in Bangkok.

Besides, Tom Yum Goong is also one of the typical dishes in this country. In fact, this is a soup that is seasoned with all kinds of spices such as lemongrass, chili, galangal and lemon leaves.

The sour, spicy and sweet taste creates a special bowl of seafood soup

Pad Thai (also known as stir-fried noodles) is a traditional and familiar fried noodle of Thailand. Ingredients of this dish include fried rice noodles with eggs, tofu with a little red chili, tamarind powder, fish sauce and jaggery. After finishing, people often mix roasted peanuts with fresh or dried shrimp, garlic or shallots to enjoy. Diners also can add a little lemon juice to create a sour taste.

Apart from the traditional version, the chefs can add some other ingredients to this dish such as bean sprouts, shallots, turnips, crabs, squid or chicken. Don't forget to try many other street foods in Thailand and share them with us!

Visit the ancient city of Ayutthaya

Thailand is not only famous for the bustling Bangkok, romantic Chiang Mai but also well-known for the historic land of Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya was the ancient capital of Thailand for 400 years. It was recognized by UNESCO as a World Intangible Cultural Heritage in 1991. The ancient beauty of Ayutthaya attracts many visitors. Coming here, you can visit Wat Phra Mahathat, Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Chaiwatthanaram and Wat Lokaya Sutha.

You may also like: What to Expect for a Full Day Itinerary in Ayutthaya

Try zipline in Chiang Mai

There are many types of entertainment in Thailand that you can explore. Sliding a zipline through the forest is the best thing to do for adventurers. Chiang Mai is a wonderful place of beautiful mountains and jungles. Coming to Chiang Mai Zipline, you will be taken from this surprise to that surprise, bringing you from feeling scared to feeling excited. Let’s try ziplining from tall trees to get an overlook of gorgeous valleys and rock formations.

If you like adventurous, then Zipline is an interesting game for you

Visit elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai

There are many Elephant Sanctuaries in Chiang Mai that you can choose from. All natural elephant conservation areas have a common thing. All elephants live in a natural environment. Although elephants are not very rare animals, the uniqueness of Thailand's elephant sanctuaries still attracts a lot of visitors. In these reserves, you can not only watch but also play with elephants.

Experience One Day at the Ethical Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai

Enjoy beach holiday 

If you've discovered most of Thailand, it's time for you to relax and soak in the beautiful beaches of Thailand. In Thailand, there are many beautiful beaches. You can refer to some beaches in Phuket Island, Koh Samui, Hua Hin, Krabi, Pattaya... Soaking in the sea or basking in the sun will be a great experience.

Enjoy beach relaxation in Thailand is the top must do in summer

Thailand is a beautiful and friendly country to visit. With our suggested things to do, Thailand is a good choice for young people who love to move. Of course, after this article, you will definitely have a great and memorable trip!

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