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.
Are you looking for your next big adventure? Do you long to see the world off the beaten track? Are you searching for a place full of culture, beautiful temples, amazing beaches, and wonderful food? If the answer to these questions is yes, it’s time to look at Cambodia.
Laem Singh Beach, one of the best beaches in Phuket, is located on the west coast of the island between the beaches of Kamala and Surin. The beach is located within a small bay, which is dotted with palm trees and sprinkled with boulders, making it a great place for taking photographs as well as relaxing.
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.
Thailand is an amazing country, as everything from its culture to food and vistas is one of a kind. If you really want to immerse yourself into an extraordinary place…
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.
Bangkok is a place where the ancient and modern collide. There are not many cities in the world where you can visit an ancient temple in the morning and enjoy lunch in a sparkling new sky-bar overlooking the metropolis. Bangkok is one of the most vibrant cities in the world for travelers, and its history makes it special.
Pattaya is a world-renowned beach resort that has long attracted visitors from across Thailand and beyond. While Pattaya was once known only for its nightlife and exotic entertainment, it has broadened its appeal and you´ll find plenty of attractions here in Pattaya for all tastes.
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.
Bangkok is a bustling, busy and fascinating place but many people don’t have a lot of time to explore it in much detail. Maybe you are passing through on your way to the beach? Or heading into the mountains? No matter that you only have a few days; Bangkok is worth exploring even in super-quick time. Here’s what we suggest for a two-day trip to Bangkok.
When you only have vacation time in the summer months like July and August, and you want to come to Phuket, should you do it? July is in the rainy season, so is it good to come to Phuket in July? Phuket is an all-year vacation destination and it is true that there is a dry season which tends to be more popular. But you can get good weather at any time, and score excellent value accommodation outside of peak season. Here is our guide to what’s good about Phuket in every month of the year.
Bangkok is one of the best places in the world for wonderful, varied, tasty food. No matter where you go, restaurants, cafes and stalls offer unique Thai tastes at bargain prices. And the best place to visit when you’re a food lover is the street. Bangkok street food is plentiful and great quality. Street food is available pretty much anywhere in the city but some areas are better than others. Here’s where to visit when you want insanely tasty Thai food fast.
Koh Samui is the second largest island in Thailand, after Phuket, and encompasses a whole host of treasures waiting to be explored. Not only is there a big backpacker scene thanks to cheap accommodation and great nightlife, Koh Samui also caters to the luxury crowd with gorgeous boutique hotels and spa resorts. It takes around an hour to drive around the entire island and there’s a lot packed into its small size. There are plenty of reasons to choose Koh Samui for your next vacation – here are just a few.
The smart, stylish and family-friendly resort town of Hua Hin in Thailand has much to offer. Not only is Hua Hin blessed with some gorgeous beaches but you can also do as little or as much as you like, from trips to national parks to snorkeling and beach sports, temple trips to royal palace sightseeing. Check out the best of Hua Hin with this quick guide.
Everyone’s different, and we won’t tell you how to spend your hard-earned vacation time, but there are some things in Phuket you just can’t miss. If you try out a couple of these Phuket experiences you’re sure to enjoy a fun-filled time – put them on your to-do list, and then do some exploring of your own to find your individual Phuket gems.
The riverside in Bangkok is one of the most interesting areas of the city and perfect for exploring. You get a taste of “traditional” Bangkok as well as a view of some of the most stunning attractions the city has to offer. Plus, nothing beats a cruise down the Chao Phraya River checking out the sights of Bangkok from a different angle, like the famous Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), the Grand Palace, and the amazing Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew).
Are you planning a trip to Thailand this month? March is an ideal time to visit this varied and inspiring country. Thousands of people from around the world travel to Thailand in March.
If you only have a few short days in Bangkok and you want to see the major sights and attractions, here is a suggested itinerary.
Where do you go next? It depends on the time you have, your personality, and the kind of vacation you are looking for. Here are some fun ideas for where to go after Bangkok.
There are some special spots in Bangkok where you can relax under the trees away from the hectic cityscape. Here are a few of our favorite outdoor spaces in Bangkok.