So you’ve decided to come to Pattaya – but you only have two days. Perhaps you are en-route to another Thailand destination, or maybe you just want a few days’ break from the big city. Pattaya in Thailand offers plenty to see and do. You’ll struggle to see it all in two days so you need to prioritize. Here are some ideas to show you where to go and what to do it Pattaya when you’re pressed for time.
Some select spots around Samui offer beautiful snorkeling and gentle swimming, where you can investigate an underwater landscape that’s just like swimming in an aquarium. Most of the best snorkeling spots in Samui are located in small coves off hidden beaches, so it may take a little time and effort to reach them. But your efforts will be rewarded. Find out more about Samui snorkeling here.
Thailand has traditionally been the best place to travel as a backpacker. It’s a wonderfully diverse country with plenty to see and do, with fantastic white-sand beaches, culture, heat, and the best bars to relax in at the end of the day. Plus, traveling in Thailand is cheap and simple. If you’ve never backpacked in Thailand, now is the time.
Bangkok may be more famous for its skyscrapers and cityscape, malls and restaurants, there are still places in the hectic city where you can enjoy the outdoors. You may have to travel a short distance to find some green space, but it is there for the taking. And you will also find spots to relax under the sun, or be active playing sports outdoors.
Looking for a vibrant, exciting location for your next city break vacation? It’s hard to beat Bangkok with all its breathtaking atmosphere and mix of ancient and modern. Bangkok is lively, chaotic, and completely individual – you won’t encounter a city like this anywhere in the world.
Hua Hin is the perfect place to be if you want to do more than lie on the beach on your trip to Thailand. While the beach is perfect in Hua Hin, sometimes you want to do more with your family. Luckily in Hua Hin you have a range of options for fun, exciting family activities.
The charming resort town of Hua Hin in Thailand is not very large, so it is certainly not difficult to get around. Exploring the center of the town is easy as it is compact and convenient, and getting further afield is also a simple matter. Here’s what you need to know about transport and getting around in Hua Hin.
You’ll want to stay close to the pool and the beach for most of the time you are on vacation in Koh Samui, but there are moments when you’ll want to explore a bit further. Koh Samui is not a huge island but you can’t walk everywhere – you’ll need a little extra help from some in-island transportation: public transport and privately hired choices. Whether you get around on a bike, in a car, by songthaew or bus, here’s what you need to know about transportation in Koh Samui.
We’re here to help with our quick guide to what to wear in Thailand. Get tips for what to wear at the beach, at the pool, and at the temples. Pack these essentials and you’ll be ready to enjoy your vacation, whatever the weather and whatever activities you take part in.
Do you only have one day in Bangkok? If you are passing through on your way to Phuket or Koh Samui, or you have a layover during your international flight, there’s plenty you can see and do in one day or even one evening. Bangkok is so busy and active; you’ll never be short of activities or things to see. The difficult thing is deciding what exactly to do. It would be a shame to miss out! Don’t panic – we are here to help with our pick of recommended quick activities in Bangkok when you don’t have much time to spare.