Thailand is known for its endless miles of white sandy tropical paradise, but throughout the country, you’ll also find adventures; such as, hiking, sailing, ziplining, and rock climbing. Feel the adrenaline rush through your body as you glide through the forest on a zipline in Phuket. Cycle through the “Lung of Bangkok” while admiring vibrant flora and fauna. Witness one of Thailand’s most striking cascading waterfalls up close. Read on to learn more about the adventure-filled experiences in Thailand.
Ton Sai Beach
Within the dreamy province of Krabi is an adventure paradise called Ton Sai Beach located between Ao Sane and Railay Beach. Dotting the Beach are towering rock formations and stalagmites perfect for rock climbing. While Railay Beach is well-known for its climbing adventures, Ton Sai Beach is lesser-known to tourists, which is why climbers flock to this beach.
While there are many advanced climbing routes, Ton Sai Beach is also a great climbing destination for beginners. There are a couple of rock-climbing courses to take on the Beach, where guides will give you rented climbing gear and guide you along the way.
Experience Ton Sai Beach in a whole new light while you’re miles in the sky attached to towering limestone cliffs. Gaze over the blue waters of Krabi and white sandy beaches that stretch for miles.
The Flying Hanuman in Phuket is not only famous for its exhilarating zipline, but also for the way the zipline was constructed to preserve the jungle without impacting the natural balance of the environment and its inhabitants. Locals who live on the hillside harvest the natural rubber trees that you will witness during your adventure. During green season, you’ll find a small creek running through the forest.
Across 80,000 square metres are a wide variety of lush trees and small animals for you to discover on this thrill ride. Fly in the sky in the middle of the tropical rainforest with wildlife, vegetation, and unmatched views. Phuket’s hillsides are waiting to be explored by adventure lovers. Make memories with the Flying Hanuman Phuket.
Known as the “Lung of Bangkok,” Bang Kachao is a large green oasis on the periphery of Bangkok and one of the country’s most important oxygen producers. The artificial island is formed by the bend of the Chao Phraya River and a canal.
While Bangkok is more known for its towering skyscrapers and concrete buildings, this lesser-known jungle is off the beaten path and gets its nickname from its surrounding green spaces. Bang Kachao is a perfect getaway from the hustle of the city where you can connect with nature amid the beautiful city of Bangkok.
Throughout Bang Kachao are bike trails that wind through the lush mangroves and jungles. Cycle through this green gem and witness the vibrant vegetation around you. During your adventure, you’ll pass through Sri Nakhon Khuen Khan Park and the Botanical Gardens.
Khlong Sang Ne
Khlong Sang Ne, known as the Little Amazon, is a short canal from Khao Bang Tao to the Takua Pa River. Biological diversity inhabits this small mangrove forest with rare and fascinating plants along the riverside.
Visitors can hop in an inflatable kayak and paddle through Khlong Sang Ne to see the hundred-year-old Banyan trees spreading their branches, creating a great tunnel. While floating along the river, you can witness diverse wildlife; such as, macaque monkeys, pythons slumbering on the branches, collared kingfishers, and more.
Thi Lo Su Waterfall
Journeying through the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary will not disappoint as you’re met with lush greenery and powerful cascading falls. Rising 300 metres high with a width of about 500 metres, Thi Lo Su Waterfall is one of Thailand’s most incredible and gorgeous waterfalls.
As you’re hiking up to the falls, you’ll hear the rumbling sounds of the Waterfall get louder and more powerful as you get closer. It’s truly a sight to behold, so don’t forget your camera!
Experience the adventure of Thailand for yourself by travelling to various destinations. From its lush vegetation to cascading falls, you’ll find something new every way you turn.