Backpacking across a foreign land is both an incredibly exciting adventure – and a terrifying prospect! You might not know anyone, you might be unfamiliar with the customs, and you might even get lost a few times. Here at Camp Thailand, we think getting lost is just part of the adventure!
With that in mind, here are our five must-see best sights when you backpack across Thailand.
The Best Five Backpacking Attractions in Thailand!
Without further ado, let’s examine some of the top-rated sights you can enjoy when you choose to backpack with Camp Thailand!
1 – Full Bangkok!
Bangkok is one of the most breathtaking cities in the world, and what better way to see it than with a full Bangkok tour. Of the many locations we will encompass, you will dine at the fabulous Rooftop Skybar, a Tuk Tuk ride around the city with your very own local driver; explore the mysteries of the Temple of the Golden Mountain – and so much more.
With the full tour of Bangkok, you have time to immerse yourself in the culture of this bustling, thriving city. If you want to know how the real Taiwanese live, then this is the backpack stop you cannot live without.
2 – All About Elephants!
No trip to Thailand is complete without making friends with the locals – and that includes the gargantuan ones! We advise any backpacker to Thailand to stop by Camp Elephant. This Elephant sanctuary is found in the historical city of Kanchanaburi, …and once you visit it will remain in your heart, forever.
3 – Island Tours!
Thailand has several gorgeous tropical islands you can peruse at your leisure. We recommend you go and visit the stunning sandy beaches of Koh Phangan. No trip would be complete without a little scuba diving off Koh Tao (or ‘turtle island’), or without testing the aquamarine waters of Koh Nang Yuan island.
Whatever islands you visit, you are sure to have a backpacking blast when you travel to Camp Thailand!
4 – Spiritual Sing Buri
Off the beaten track and away from the hub of activity in Bangkok, you will find the spiritual Province of Sing Buri. This mostly rural area gives all explorers a glimpse into how the Taiwanese live. This is the real religious centre of the country, filled with Temples, worshippers, and traditional markets held under the watchful eye of moonlight. Sing Buri presents an opportunity to create unforgettable memories… are you ready to visit?
5 – Pranburi National Park
Found in the Klongkao-klongkob National Reserve Forest; The Pranburi National Park winds its way around the mouth of the Pranburi River. Here you will find dense mangrove forests that are scattered with wildlife. You will find long stretches of beach and miles of natural woodland. Choose the Beach Route for a coastal path, or choose the Woods route to get lost in the forest… whatever you do – bring marshmallows! A night spent under the stars has never looked so heavenly!
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