Tours & activities

Bangkok:

The capital city of Thailand, Bangkok, also known as City of Angels, is a place of contrasts and transformations. On the one hand it will enchant you with its historical monuments and on the other with its ultra-modern architecture. The ancient royal city is the historical heart of Bangkok has beautiful and original historical buildings, temples and palaces (Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Wat Mahathat, Wat Arun and others). Chinatown with its narrow streets, full of different shops is the busiest and most colorful part of Bangkok.

Pattaya:

Pattaya is the most famous seaside city in Thailand on the shore of the Gulf of Siam, located two hours drive south of Bangkok. Pattaya offers long beaches with fine sand, water sports, original Thai massages, cheap shopping and food in wealth. You can take countless trips to exotic nearby islands and attractions. Pattaya doesn’t sleep until the early hours of the morning. It guarantees that pulsating nightlife that you will remember for a long time.

Mimosa Pattaya:

The town of love Mimosa is a mini city inspired by a mix of different types of architectures (Dutch, French, British, Italian) and it is full of different shops and restaurants. This place has a very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. You must not miss the popular Thai transvestite (Ladyboy) show where the performers are absolutely perfect and beautiful.

Silverlake:

One of the most popular places to visit near Pattaya is the only winery in the eastern part of Thailand called Silveralke. You can spend a very pleasant afternoon here, enjoying beautiful views of the wonderfully manicured landscape and you’ll be amazed by the beauty of silver lake. The Golden Buddha on the rock is itself a work of art. In a local restaurant you won’t be able to resist the delicious food and wine from the Thai winery.

Nong Nooch tropical garden:

The famous Nong Nooch Tropical Garden is one of the biggest and most beautiful botanical gardens in Asia full of exotic plants and orchids. It shows amazing performances of Thai traditional dances from all over Thailand, the Thai martial arts and also has an elephant show.

Floating markets (Damnoen Saduak):

Previously floating markets were a normal part of Thai life, but today they are mainly entertainment for tourists and a chaotic experience for all the senses. Take a ride on a boat along the canals and visit the famous floating markets, where merchants offer their goods on small boats and prepare a variety of culinary specialties, which you simply must try.

Monkey island:

If you want to enjoy some fun and you love animals, do not miss a visit to Monkey Island. You can decide whether you go on a trip on a local private barge yourselves with the natives as an adventurous trip or a comfortable trip with other tourists on the boat. Do not forget to bring bananas to feed the cute monkeys, there area lot of them, so bring a decent supply.

Elephant village:

Get on the back of an elephant from the boarding island and enjoy the beautiful nature walk among meadows and forests. It is literally alive „off-road“, where you see from the back of an elephant how he easily overcomes mud and other obstacles. Behind the elephant’s neck sits Mahúd, the driver who leads the elephant all the time around the park. To compliment the elephant then feed it with bananas.

Dolphin show:

A show is guaranteed to be great fun for children and also adults. You will burst with enthusiasm as you watch dolphins fetching willing to greet the audience at the back or how the whole body emerge and jump over the water and onto the platform. Their trainers make them perform truly cinematic pieces. If you fancy, you can enjoy swimming with the dolphins too.

Crocodile farm:

The Million Years Stone Park is a crocodile farm in the large territory that includes rock gardens, a variety of botanical rare plants and beautiful parks. Noteworthy are the million years old fossils of plants, 200 years old bonsai Thai-style trees, tanks with crocodiles and many other animals. From the breathtaking crocodile show you will get goose bumps and you can even try to feed the crocodiles here.

Tiger ZOO:

Dozens of tigers live with monks in a monastery in Thailand and every day hundreds of tourists arrive to watch them. Perhaps everyone in life at least once dreams about having a pet a tiger and here you can fulfill your dream and experience the adrenaline and unforgettable experience. Tiger show is undoubtedly impressive!

Thai boxing:

Muay Thai or Thai boxing has gained enormous popularity here. Originally the fights were in markets and gradually moved into the ring. It is one of the toughest martial arts where the fighters are allowed to use elbow and knees strikes and they don’t use almost any protection or padding. The match begin with a traditional ceremony – “dance with prayer” and makes the game a truly memorable experience.

Aqua park:

Thailand has several water parks (in Bangkok, Pattaya, Pukhet, etc.) where you and your children can play around, take a ride on the water slides and spend a day full of fun and games.

Underwater world:

In Pattaya you will find one of the largest, longest and most beautiful marine aquariums in Asia. While you walking through the 100 m long, 4 m high and 6.4 cm thick acrylic tunnel you can admire more than 4,500 marine animals.

Kiteboarding:

Kiting is a relatively new water adrenaline sport and in Thailand there are several suitable areas where you can go kiting at full blast: Pattaya, Hua Hin, Chumphon, Phuket or Ko Samui. All these areas have suitable weather and wind conditions, but you just need to keep an eye on any strong ebbs and exposed coral. There are also equipment rentals places and training courses.

Windsurfing & Surfing:

Thailand offers a variety of options for water sports, it is ideal for windsurfing and surfing. If you want to ride on the sea waves and enjoy this exciting sport to the fullest extent then, Thailand is the place for it. There are many rental places and training schools where they will be happy to train you, if you are just starting with this sport.

Jet ski:

Thailand has become so popular thanks to the most beautiful waters of the Far East which is paradise for beach lovers. If you get tired of sunbathing, you can choose from many activities and sports. On the local beaches you can rent jet skis, boats, and surfboards and chase the sea waves.

Thai massages:

Thai massages are a healing art dating back thousands of years. If you visit Thailand, you must try a genuine local Thai massage, whether for muscle relaxation, regeneration of your body or just relaxation for your mind.

Golf:

Golf in Thailand is a very popular sport. There are hundreds of world-class golf courses designed by the best designers in the world. And for fractional green fees compared to other international courses. Golf here is a great experience for golfers of all levels. The World Organization “World Golf Travel Agents Association”, which deals with golf tourism, has declared Thailand as the best destination in the world for an exotic golfing vacation.

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