Her TOP 5 activities for two in Thailand
Written by Lea
Thailand is full of opportunities, you can spend your time on a white-sand beach, snorkeling in the ocean or riding an elephant. Here is my TOP 5 what to do together with your partner in this amazing exotic peace of land.
1.RENT A SCOOTER AND HAVE FUN
It’s so simple. You will find scooter renting houses on every corner in Thailand, especially in more touristic places. You can choose blue, pink, green, with or without stickers, bigger, smaller…We chose the middle one with Hello Kitty design. I was happy, my hubby was a bit less excited. But only until he started the engine.
You’ll get two helmets and hopefully, full tank, and the keys. Pay 250-400 THB per day and explore the country in your own way. No preplanned itineraries, easy access with light scooter and wind in your hair! What a feeling!
(THAILAND, near KRABI)
2. SWIMMING HALF-NAKED IN RAINY LAGOON
You will need your bikini/or not, your partner and one boat to get you there from the land. When you’re lucky and it’s raining, swimming in that warm ocean surrounded by cliffs you will feel like pure happiness is falling from the sky.
3. RIDE AN ELEPHANT
Firstly, we were worried to visit elephant sanctuary and actually thinking about skupping this attraction, but than we found a nice place near Tiger cave close to Bangkok. Elephants seemed well fed and living in good conditions. We chat with the owner and after that we choosed the one. One hour on the back of the elephant walking in the jungle, trying not to fall off when it was tearing the leaves of the tree or refreshing itself in the lake. Amazing!
4. SAIL ON THE BOAT
When you get board on the boat, first, find your place on the tip of the boat. Now, enjoy the speed and endless ocean view in front of you with small green islands around you.
5. PATTAYA ON BICYCLE
Ranting a bicycle is as easy as renting a scooter. Only cheaper. We could explore Pattaya, popular hostorical place near Bangkok, with guided group or plan our trip by ourselves. People in hostel recommended us to take a train, get off at Pattaya station, book a bikeon the spot instead of traveling in a bus or renting a car. Go for it!