5 Ultimate-Fun Experiences for Every Millennial to Explore in Thailand

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Thailand is surely a go-to place for every young explorer, with a bucket list of adventures and experiences to take delight in. The Land of smiles has a bit of everything- from lush mountains in the north, to exotic beach life in the south, with quite some exciting activities across the land for millennials.

Along with getting hordes of tourists across age groups and interests, the country significantly hooks adventure lovers for activities like cycling, kayaking, snorkeling and much more. Needless to say, it also steals the show for its accessible and affordable luxurious stays, high-end culinary treats and exotic getaways. While Bangkok will give you a taste of the high-energy life, Chiang Mai will take you back in time through its culture.

Ultimate-Fun Experiences in Thailand

  • The Floating Football Pitch at Koh Panyee
  • UNESCO Protected Waterfalls of Thi Lor Su
  • Koh Lipe
  • Ride to Mae Hong Son
  • Cycling in Bangkok

If you’re looking for a one-stop destination to satisfy your thirst to explore everything fun and thrilling with a dash of luxury, this is it.

Here’s list of fun activities to do in Thailand that you can surely add to your bucket list:

The Floating Football Pitch at Koh Panyee

Tired of playing football in a normal fashion? Instead, build a floating pitch for the kick! No-kidding. At Koh Panyee, the young lot first came up with a pitch made out of wood and fishing rafts. Eventually, it was transformed into what it is today – the most unique football pitch to have existed. A day of football under-the-sky, with the ocean around you, is there anything better to entertain your inner sports enthusiast with? We bet you wouldn’t have experienced a more stunning ambience like this before.

UNESCO Protected Waterfalls of Thi Lor Su

There is nothing better at the end of a long hike than a spectacular waterfall. Witnessing the Thi Lor Su falls will leave you in awe of natural beauty in Thailand. To get there, you can take the  guided trail through the forest and set up a camp near the fall for night stays. In addition, exploring the caves behind the waterfall and swimming in the nearby pools is something people can enjoy. The best time to visit is between October to December.

Also known as Namtok Thi Lor Su, the waterfall situated in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, is a UNESCO protected site and holds the crown as the biggest waterfall in Thailand and the sixth biggest in the world.

Koh Lipe

If you love to sunbathe on white sand beaches and crystal blue oceans for the view – Koh Lipe is the place for you. You get the best of coastal life, coral waters and popular beaches like Pattaya and Hat Chao Lee. Part of the Tarutao National Marine Park, the island is a perfect weekend getaway for those who like laid-back vacations at less crowded places

There’s plenty here for adventure lovers too with activities like Kayaking at Sunrise beach or Snorkeling and diving to explore the corals. All to give you the best sight of colourful marine life on the island and corals in the clear ocean water. A scenic mix of luxury and adventure, Koh Lipe offers you a treat for photo sessions too!

Ride to Mae Hong Son

Situated near the stunning city of Chiang Mai, Mae Hong Son is a celebrated tourist destination known for local culture and abundant natural beauty. The Mae Hong Son loop is popular amongst cyclists and motorists, as it covers mountains, waterfalls, rivers and forests throughout the stretch. The loop is a four-to-five-day long journey. However, the more time you spend here, the better.

Scooter or bike tours give you the freedom to travel the country at your own pace and explore the unseen roads besides the recommended attractions. When you are planning to tour the Mae Hong Son area, carry a light backpack with just the essentials you might require on the way and you are good to go!

Cycling in Bangkok

When you think about exploring Bangkok, count on our suggestion for cycling to be the best way to do so! Benefit? See more of the city in your own sweet time. Bangkok is filled with hidden passageways and winding cycling trails with such greenery so close to the heart of the bustling city. Pedal through the wooded areas, along tree lined canals and visit ancient temples overgrown and twisted by the roots of trees. Safe to say, If you like biking on trails and backroads this is the tour for you.

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