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For five sabbaticals last year, I packed Thailand. Where to go, please give me some guidance! I go alone and I like the partiescene, the beach, the number of young travelers of my years, the equity....everything in Thailand..... Cambodia & Vietnam - Do you feel too near to Thailand, do you want to try something else?

Do you think there are no partiescene....and not so many people? There is not much fuss around the partyscene, just some night life etc.! I didn't know where to put the string.....

The Budget Travel Guide: In Thailand except Bangkok 10 alternative places

Bangkok is known and popular for its variety of shops, gold sanctuaries and swimming fairs, which you just shouldn't miss if you want to explore the Land of Smiles. But if you are longing for an exit from the ever overcrowded roads and tourist gadgetry, then perhaps it is safe to go on.

Thailand is so much more than its capitol and we are here to show it! If you have even more reason to discover the secret places of Thailand, how about a fantastic rebate that will help you get the most out of your time there? Klook in cooperation with the Tourism Authority of Thailand grants a rebate of 10 S$ with a minimal amount of 100 S$ for all Thai activites!

There are 10 other places you can see on your next journey to Thailand: It may be the biggest town in the north of Thailand, but it is still a relatively peaceful and peaceful place to move around. Chiang Mai is full of scenic scenery, welcoming mountain people and wildlife reserves and radiates a relaxing atmosphere that you can never find in Bangkok.

During your stay here, don't miss a trip to the elephants' reserves, where you can be up-close to this soft giant. Whilst shining and gold Buddhist monasteries are a matter of course in Thailand, Chiang Rai is home to the breathtaking Wat Rong Khun (or White Temple).

For the big trip, book the Chiang Rai & The Golden Triangle Trip, which takes you to the Golden Triangle (where Myanmar, Laos and Thailand meet) and other places of interest - includes a cruise on the Mekong River! When you want to discover the forest but are sick of the normal walks and bush tours, try the Flight of the Gibbon trip - which gives you a stunning look at the rain forest as you walk through the canopies!

Explore the countryside of Thailand and get an insight into the life of the local people as they gather tealeaves or train in the tobaccos or paddydyfields. Visiting Mae Kampong is definitely a fresh change from the lively city! The Underground Gibbon is a 2D1N adventurous journey that takes you from discovering the deep caverns to zippling through woodland screens and romping in glittering creeks.

Look pro tip: Make sure you are dressed right on your adventures. Choose a personal rental company that takes you where you need to go without the bother of having to work through bewildering rail cards or queuing to get a transport one.

The Klook even provides a charge for a Thai SIM to help you stay in touch while you're on the move! For even more fun for your money, don't miss to enter the promotional codes before you check out to get an additional S$10 from a minimal of S$100 for Thai activity when you make your booking with Klook!

YOU CAN GET $10 FROM YOUR THAILAND ACTIVITY HERE! Sá Keow and Buri Ram are counties situated just south of Bangkok, full of antique treasure that historians would love to let off steam over. When in Buri Ram, head to Phanom Rung Historical Park, where you will find the Thailand version of Angkor Wat, Prasat Hin Phanom Rung.

Today the visitor enters the city to admire the elaborately engraved ornaments and textures and to pass the bridge of the Nagas into the inner shrines, which symbolise the transition from the terrestrial realm to the realm of the deity! Look Pro Tip: Come and see Phanom Rung during the Phanom Rung Festival in April each year.

There' s definitely no better way to immerse yourself in cultural and atmospheric life than at a party, where there will also be lightshows and firework shows! Visit the Ta Phraya National Park in Sa Keow to discover other amazing geographic characteristics known as Lalu (unique floor structure rising from the ground).

These" Erdstalagmiten" arise from ground EDM and other nature phenomenon and provide for interesting pictures! Did you hear about Khao Yai, a small village just 3 hours from Bangkok by car? The tranquil escape is the ideal place to visit, especially if you are fed up with the hustle and bustle of cityscape.

Discover a small Italian town, a number of livestock ranches (where you can find enchanting alpacas) and even a chocolate factory. You can' t choose where and how you want to go to all your favorite places? A KhaoYaiustom tour from Bangkok with Klook is recommended. You will be picked up from the Bangkok International or your Bangkok hotels, which means you don't have to go through the tiresome processes of luggages and travel by local transportation (with two rail transfer and one bus/taxi ride).

Select from a variety of package deals, customize your journey, lean back and unwind while they do the work. In addition, these tailor-made trips are only S$54 per person for a group of 3 people, or even S$18 per person for a group of 10 people - for a fully tailor-made 12-hour group.

Look pro tip: Don't miss your stay in the sweet Lord of the Ring-inspired Hobbit homes of Ban Suan Noi while you're here! Lovers of historical facts will certainly appreciate a journey to Kanchanaburi, known for the Burma Railway built by prisoners of war during the Second World War. Spending twohrs on one of Thailand's most beloved rail trips will be a real adventure.

Look pro tip: Have small coins handy when you go to the swimming market and keep them in the right place.... We don't want your Baht Wad swimming in the city! What about a trip to Erawan National Park to discover the diversity of the caverns and the renowned Erawan Cases? Choose from the diversity of footpaths and marvel at the wildlife on your way through the luxuriant greenery to the waterfalls.

It is still one of Thailand's most beloved antique places, with many people here getting a glimpse of Thailand's old civilization and its rugged, untouched serenity. Attend Sukhothai Historical Park for a true tempellauf and don't miss the attractions of Wat Mahathat, Wat Si Chum and Wat Phra Pai Luang.

Pro-Tip: For a new kind of culture you can choose a host family with the Ban Na Ton Chan Family. If you want to get the most out of the outdoors, you should take the trips that take you to the famed Pala-U Falls or around a thousand-year-old wood in Kaeng Krachan National Park. Stroll in the Greek-inspired environment and enjoy the Santorini amusement park!

When you can't make up your mind where you want to go, book the Best of Hua Hin Day Tours that will help you make the most of your Hua Hin journey! From Bangkok, this route takes you to Santorini Park, Mrigadayavan Palace, Plearn Wan (an old commercial village), Hua Hin Railway Station, Horseback Hua Hin Beach before you return to Bangkok.

If you want to stay the whole evening, your tour leader can take you to Hua Hin after the day's outings. You can' t wait to book your Klook-activity and charter? Make sure and type before check out to get S$10 of all Thai activity with a minimal of S$100!

If you can't get enough of your Santorini Park shoppings, make sure you stop by Seenspace Hua Hin, Thailand's first seaside retail center for more shops and cafés! And, of course, what is Thailand without beautiful, unspoilt sands? Booking a personal shuttle direct from Bangkok to Koh Chang or saving cash with this combination coach and boat charters, which costs less than S$20!

It is not so hard to get to this beautiful country with a pick-up directly from the centre of Bangkok near the Khao San-Strait! Look Pro Tip: Instead of staying on Koh Chang's most beloved White Sand Beaches all the way, go to Klong Son Beaches or London Beaches to get a glimpse of the real blues of surf.

Tempting Phi Phi Phi is another amazing and heavenly excursion for those who simply want to spend the whole of their days, every single second. Think of diving into the tropics while lazing on the sand for a nap or paddling in crystalline water.

It also has great geographic characteristics, from lofty karstic scenery to mysterious caverns and lakes that you can gradually discover and discover. This Maya Bay & Phi Phi Speedboat Tour is for those who want a little more texture in their route. Prepare for a jump from Maya Bay to Monkey Isle and Pileh Cove and enjoy swimming and snorkelling.

Pshst..... make sure you use Klook's S$10 of all Thai activity with a minimal of S$100 when booking your activity; just enter the promotion codes before you pay and you're ready to go! Look pro tip: For sunny and good meteorological conditions, you should come to this sandy isle from December to March instead of during the rainy time.

Koh Lipe, another of Thailand's idyllic tropic isles, is embedded in the Andaman seas and close to the Malaysian border. Famous for its pristine beaches whirling in crystal clear, deep water, it is not surprising that this place is also known as the "Maldives of Thailand"!

It is recommended that you make a few snorkeling buddies and take the Koh Lipe Eco Morning or Eco Sunset snorkel trip, whatever you like. And as if there were not enough food and drink, the pack even contains a packed lunch so you can have a picknick on the sun! And if you want adventure on shore, there is also a jungles trek and snorkel trip that takes you on walks to astonishing vantage points high above and snorkeling for breathtaking outlooks.

The Full Scuba Diving Full Days is the right thing to do. You are in good safety with your own PADI 5 Star Dive Resort Instructor! It is not for nothing that they call Hat Yai the South Thai mall! Pamper your inner storeaholic or allow yourself a good Thai feetmassaging after a long enjoyable outing.

Pro-Tip Klook: Taxi and tuk-tuks are very inexpensive in Hat Yai (compared to Phuket and Koh Samui), so don't delay using these facilities to help you travel from one place to another! Thani Surat is a relatively secluded tourist resort that allows you to get away from the stress of contemporary living and re-connect with the outdoors.

Besides beach-jumping and celebrations in pristine sandy and emerald green water you can see sanctuaries and couples like Chaiya Chedi and Wat Khunaram. The Thale Nai Lake near Ko Mae Ko and the Jungfern Island lookouts in Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park! The Khao Sok National Park is another place that makes the heart of outdoor enthusiasts beat faster.

In addition to jungles and treks, Khao Sok National Park has many other interesting things to do, such as elephant watching and safariing. Pro-Tip: Surat Thani organizes a spectacular full-mond party on Koh Pha-ngan! Thailand has something for everyone, from beaches and historical fans to outdoor and adventurous people.

Booking your own personal auto rental, tailor-made trips and Klook activity before you go and you are ready to go. If you wonder why you should buy from Klook, here are some advantages: Featuring a wide range of cruise and rental deals to suit your needs, Klook takes care of the balance and you can be sure you're in good hands! All you need to do is make a booking!

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