Catching a show is one of the highlights of Phuket’s nightlife. Seeing a show in Phuket is also a great alternative to the area’s bar and club scene, as most of the shows are family-friendly. If you’re looking for a great night out, here are some of the best-loved shows in Phuket along with just what makes them so popular.
Once a quiet agricultural island, Koh Samui has since grown into a beachy haven popular with both families and backpackers alike. This Thai island is not only a place to laze on the beach with the waves lapping at your toes though – the adventurous traveler will find much to get their adrenaline pumping.
Cruising the Mae Ping River is one of the delights of visiting northern Thailand. The river itself flows through both Chiang Mai’s rural and urban areas, making for an interesting river cruise that takes in the diversity of Chiang Mai and its surrounds.
If you’re planning a trip to Thailand you’re likely conjuring images of paradise islands with stretches of white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. While you’d be right to expect some of the best beaches the world has to offer, they’re not the only natural beauty that Thailand has in store. Here are eight of the most beautiful places in Thailand, including those idyllic islands, but also a few places that are miles from the sea.
The idyllic island of Koh Larn sits tantalisingly in the Gulf of Thailand just west of Pattaya and makes for a perfect day trip from the mainland. Known as Coral Island, here you can spend the day swimming, snorkeling or indulging in a range of watersports.
Bangkok may be bustling, but for many the nightlife in Phuket rivals the capital as Thailand’s number one partying hotspot. The area of Patang, and in particular Bangla Road, has become synonymous with bar culture, cabaret acts, live bands and extravagant shows.