What to do in Thailand?
November cues the beginning of high season for Thailand. The crowds don’t really arrive until Christmas, so you can enjoy the beaches all to yourself at this time of the year. What’s to love about Thailand? You’ll quickly come to love the road-side noodle stands, eating rice for breakfast, the beaches, the jungle, the chaos of the cities, the markets that are packed to the brim with people and exotic produce.
Split your time in Thailand between the islands and Bangkok. Dive with whale sharks in Ko Tao, scale the sea cliffs at Krabi, party all night long on Ko Phi Phi and rejuvenate your body and spirit at a spa in Ko Samui. As for Bangkok, this urban paradise will certainly excite! Eat up, the street food here is out of this world. Get lost in Chinatown and catch a ferry to a temple across the river. This city will always keep you on your toes; it’s what we love about it.
November cues the beginning of high season for Thailand. The cool and dry season arrives after the monsoon, leaving behind it a lush landscape but with cooler temperatures.