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Reviews for Top 10 Things to Do in Thailand

  • Jessica Jessica

    Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise Bangkok by Loy Nava Dinner Cruise

    Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise Bangkok by Loy Nava Dinner Cruise Booking on the Voyagin website was quick and easy. The pickup was timely and convenient especially in a big city like Bangkok! The cruise was really refreshing as we could lay back, enjoy the views, and watch some traditional Thai dances by the cruise performers. The food was a bit disappointing (we had a set course meal). Although the variety of dishes was large, the food was subpar compared to other food we had eaten during our 1 month trip. The waiters were quick and helpful though so getting your drinks were no problem!

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    Bangkok Night Lights Tuk Tuk Tour

    Bangkok Night Lights Tuk Tuk Tour My boyfriend and I had been traveling SE Asia for about 1 month and had our fair-share of tuk-tuk rides, but the drivers for this tour were definitely the safest relative to tuk-tuk standards! The tour guide spoke great English and gave good insight into basic Thai traditions. I really enjoyed the flower market and a visit to a local prayer room in an off-the-beaten path market (see picture). We were fed snacks, a delicious pad thai meal, and a refreshingly mango and sticky rice throughout the tour so we were stuffed by the end. Would recommend!

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    40% OFF James Bond Island & Phang Nga Bay Tour by Speed Boat

    40% OFF James Bond Island & Phang Nga Bay Tour by Speed Boat Booking over the Voyagin website was smooth and we received the confirmation details within a day. The pickup from our hotel was convenient and timely. My boyfriend particularly noted how well-organized the tour was - it was as expected based on the description, and the tour organizers and guides were extremely friendly and helpful throughout the day. We had endless water, fruit juices, and coca-cola during the day (much needed as you really run out of energy island hopping and snorkeling). One of the highlights was kayaking throughout some low caves around a really picturesque island. The tour organizers also had a photographer take videos and pictures of the day trip which can be purchased for an additional fee on the day, and my boyfriend and I had some good laughs watching everything when we came back home.

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From jungles in the north to crystal blue waters in the south to some of the best tasting food to the ancient temples to Bangkok’s vibrant business hub, Thailand has something for everyone. To the North, there’s the Chiang Rai, part of the Golden Triangle where Loas, Myanmar, and Thailand intersect, as well as the lush green Chiang Mai with its historic temples and elephant sanctuaries. To the East, we find Issan, where you can get lost in the gorgeous Thai countryside and explore Khmer ruins. Central Thailand consists of some of the most historic regions from the Bridge over the River Kwai at Kanchanaburi to Nakhon Pathom - Thailand’s oldest city and the site of the world’s tallest stupa, as well as many floating and weekend markets. In it’s center is Bangkok - a cosmopolitan city full of magnificent temples, waterways, outdoor markets, and some of the most (in)famous nightlife. The south has everything for the beachgoer with some of the world’s most famous beach spots from the natural beauty of Krabi to the kayaking and snorkeling paradise of Ko Samui to the diving haven of Ko Tao to the tourist mecca of Phuket. It’s exotic, it’s cheap, but most of all, Thailand is truly amazing.