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There’s so much to see and do in Thailand that planning a short trip there can be quite intimidating. Do you want to relax on the beach and have an island vacation? Or perhaps you’d rather go on an adventure in the jungle. Some may choose to spend a good chunk of time taking in all that Bangkok has to offer. Others are focused on seeing temples and historical sites. Here are three different ideas for how to spend two weeks in Thailand to help you in your travel planning.
A 2-week trip focused on culture starts out with 3 days in Bangkok for museums, temples, and lots of food. It then moves on to the ruins of ancient kingdoms before finishing up in the north with the amazing White Temple and more. If you can time it right, try to be there during a Buddhist holiday for an extra cultural experience.
If you think temples and museums are fine but get boring, this adventure-filled itinerary is for you. Go trekking through the jungle, or fly through it on a zipline. Visit an elephant camp and learn to be a mahout, and then tackle the 1,864 curves of the Mae Hong Son loop on a motorbike. Finish up in the south with some kayaking, climbing, hiking, and more.
Culture and adventure are great, but sometimes you just want to lounge on a beach during the day and party at night. This 2-week party in Thailand allows you to do just that and then some. In addition to the Full Moon Party, you’ll want to spend a few nights taking in the crazy nightlife of Bangkok. Good times are also on tap in Chiang Mai and Pai up north.
With just two weeks, you’ll definitely be left wanting more. That means you’ll just have to start planning your return trip and use one of the itineraries that you skipped the first time!