Thailand Travel Doesn't Have To Be Hard. Read These 9 Tips

You'll pass a tobacco factory, a mosque and stilt houses.

The path starts at Benjakitti park lake and follows a canal, cutting through wooden homes that sit in the shadows of the huge buildings along Sukhumvit. Well, it's not so secret but is quiet and a great way of avoiding trudging alongside traffic. There's a secret walking route that parallels the capital's main east-west road, Sukhumvit.

You can't miss it for the giant piles of mangoes outside. It's by the corner of Thong Lor and Sukhumvit. I often skip dessert when taking out guests so we can head there later.

With your mouth burning from Thai-level spiciness at dinner, get some cooling mango with sticky rice and sweet coconut sauce. Although it's less kind on the eyes, some of the city's most tempting street food stalls can be found here (even if the local authorities are bizarrely trying to squash them). When visiting a friend in Bangkok, you'll likely be in the modern part of town far to the east of the Old City temples.

You have to take a boat to reach the island getaway, with services available from Krabi town and Ao Nang. Widely considered one of the best beaches in the country, Railay delivers on promises of white sand beaches, clear blue water, and a feeling that you've found a slice of paradise. Krabi province is home to some of Thailand's most famous beach destinations, and Railay is the cream of the crop.

In the above video and photos below, I share the most amazing active adventures you can have Hotel in Thailand the country for those wanting a combination of adventure, fitness and culture. In collaboration with GoPro, Adidas and Tourism Thailand , myself and 3 other YouTube creators spent ten days in the north and south of Thailand experiencing the most incredible activities Thailand has to offer for the #ThaiFitChallenge. Whether you are the eater, relaxr, partier or active one, this South East Asian country can offer you the type of experience you're looking for.

Thailand is also an incredible travel destination for every kind of traveller. What you choose will depend on the type of experience you want and budget you have to work with. Both are excellent options which I have experienced.

You can stay in a very simple beach front hut for $2 a night or a luxurious ocean view villa for $300 a night. One of the other great things about Thailand, is it caters to every budget. A 50 meter bungy jump , a jungle high ropes course , and an ATV safari are just some of the activities to entertain you.

Tachai Island, the Similan Islands and Raya Island all boast some of Thailand's most sublime snorkelling, all within an easy day trip from Phuket Heading inland, a world of adventure awaits ready to entice any restless souls. Instead explore some nearby but quieter bays like Hat Tri-Triang or better yet, take a day trip to a paradise isle.