Many of us enjoy the summer holiday and you might wonder where to spend the next journey. Or even prolong your summer vacation, Thailand will be a good choice for you and your loved ones. As you may know, Thailand is an all-year-round destination, here we gather some interesting tips and ideas on what to do in Thailand for your next vacation.
- Never too late for a Summer Holiday in Thailand
Many advantages of traveling to Thailand during the summer holiday include less tourists, and price-friendly hotels and flights. Travelers can easily book the flight and accommodations with no hassle or advance booking. Moreover, when it is less crowded you can enjoy the surroundings even more. Islands like Koh Samed in Rayong are perfect for families, couples, or even backpackers. Since different beaches in Koh Samed are unique, you can find calm and quiet beaches or a more vibrant and fun atmosphere. Phuket is surfing heaven in the summertime and Koh Mai Ton is still a summer-friendly island during August and September.
Bangkok is one of the world’s most vibrant cities. After the awakening of the pandemic, Bangkok came back to life with so many new things happening. This is definitely one of the reasons why Bangkok retains “The Best City”. Travelers are familiar with major tourist attractions in Bangkok including historical or religious sites but Bangkok has more new things to offer. Do you know that there’s a new street night bazaar, Jodd Fairs in town, and the city’s metro forest where you can stroll down the floating wooden walkway and learn about our native trees.
3. Thailand, the family paradise with all activities for all generation
Thailand is an ideal destination for families. Most destinations offer activities that are suitable for the whole family. While a father can go for an 18-hole round of golf, a mother can relax and pamper herself at Thai’s top wellness retreat. Children can learn Thai crafting or local Thai farming. One of the most popular destinations for families is Hua Hin, a beach resort town that is focused on food, fun, and relaxing family-oriented attractions. Take a foodie tour to sample all the native delicacies. Splash around at the Black Mountain Water Park. Stroll through the Cicada Market for a shopping experience unlike any other. The possibilities are endless.
4. Best time to visit Koh Samui – Koh Phangan – Koh Tao is summer!
These 3 islands on the Gulf of Thailand are the best during the summertime. The water is crystal clear and the sun always shines. Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao are neighboring islands that can be easily traveled to each other. In fact, these three islands are good to visit until the end of September. Koh Samui has everything you need from vibrant island life to wellness holidays. Koh Phangan has a more laid-back atmosphere and is a popular destination for some adventure and yoga retreats while Koh Tao is perfect for diving lovers. The popular national parks in the area such as Khao Sok, Mu Ko Ang Thong, and Khao Sok are also welcome to travelers.
5. Beach and more
Most travelers who visit Thailand plan their vacation because of the sun and ocean breeze. Though Thailand has more to offer than just beautiful beaches and islands, not to mention Thai’s delicious food. The country is filled with a long heritage and rich culture. We recommend combining both of the best worlds while visiting Thailand next time. Just an hour by plane from Bangkok or straight flight from Phuket, travelers can visit one of the most cultural cities, Chiang Mai. Not only the city has a deep root in its history but it is also filled with surprising modern twists. Thanks to the relaxed atmosphere and the recent development to become an eco-friendly city, Chiang Mai draws backpackers and travelers of all kinds, not to mention golfers, retirees, and ex-pats, and is regularly featured in lists of the world’s best cities to visit