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4 Essential Experiences in Thailand

The crown jewel of Southeast Asia, Thailand is the adventure the rest of your private jet travels have prepared you for. It’s a place where coconut palms line soft-sand beaches, tigers still roam the jungles, and pulsating cities host world-class restaurants and golden palaces. Here are a few experiences that should top your Thailand private jet travel list.

1. Relax on Southeast Asia’s Most Famous Islands

Our pick: One of Thailand’s largest islands, Koh Kood (or Ko Kut) is a short private jet flight southeast from Bangkok, but it might as well be on a different planet. No zipping cars or throbbing nightlife here — just cerulean swimming coves, plunging waterfalls, and all the blindingly white beaches you can imagine. Take a dip in under the waterfall at Nam Tok Khlong Chao; cast a line for sailfish; or sip a coconut while wiggling your toes in the sand.

Worthwhile side trips:

  • Phang Nga Bay: Gaze up at limestone karsts from the cockpit of a kayak.
  • Koi Samui: Hit this low-key island’s nightlife and sprawling beaches.

(Phang Nga; photo credit: lawmurray via Flickr)

2. Eat the Best Pad Thai of Your Life

Our pick: Along with French and Italian, Thai cuisine ranks among the best in the world. For just a few baht, taste knockout tom yum and pad thai, affordable and ubiquitous hallmarks of Bangkok’s street food scene. And don’t beeline out of Thailand’s largest city before sampling a few of its top restaurants. Favorites include curry at Bo.lan and seafood at Nahm at the Metropolitan. Or become a master at combining Thai staples like garlic, chilies, lemongrass, and lime at Baipai Thai Cooking School.

Worthwhile side trips:
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market: Arrive early (like 6am) to watch vendors barter piled-high produce from sampans and speedboats.
Aw Taw Kaw Market: Relish satay while strolling aisles of traditional foods.

(Pad thai; photo credit: winn* via Flickr)

3. Explore Siam’s Ancient Civilization

Our pick: A former capital of Siam, the astounding southern city of Ayutthaya was founded in 1350. The historic complex is now one of Thailand’s five UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Archeology buffs will be amazed by its serene buddhas, massive palaces, and tranquil monasteries, not to mention the city’s most iconic feature — dozens of pointed stone prang, or reliquary towers.

Worthwhile side trips:

  • Bangkok’s Grand Palace: Stroll the Thai monarchy’s dazzling 230-year-old home.
  • Sa Kaeo: Discover ancient Khmer archeology in this wild province bordering Cambodia.

(Ayutthaya; photo credit: thanapan via Flickr)

4. Spot the World’s Rarest Wildlife

Our pick: For true underwater amazement, head to the Andaman Sea and Mu Ko Surin National Park. Rays and sea turtles populate this archipelago, which also encompasses Thailand’s most famous dive site, Richelieu Rock, or Hin Plo Naam. There is also quality snorkeling to be had at Thailand’s easternmost islands.

Worthwhile side trips:

  • Elephant Nature Park: Walk right up to an Asian elephant in this rehabilitation center outside Chiang Mai.
  • Khao Sok National Park: If you want to see a tiger in the wild, your best bet is to visit this southern rainforest.

(Sea Turtle; photo credit: taso.viglas via Flickr)

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