so many foreign visitors is the variety of things that you can do and see in Thailand. This country is interesting for all sorts of people. Adventurers, lazy beach goers, clubbers, shoppers…literally everyone can find more than one interesting thing about Thailand. Thailand is also well known for the beautiful places where people can engage in sport activities. Now let’s see which sport activities are on the top of this list.
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand. This is definitely the most popular sport in the country and Thais from youngest age start learning about this beautiful combat sport. There are hundreds of Muay Thai camps all over Thailand and people are free to join any of them regardless of their age, gender or nationality. If you are here just to watch some sport you won’t be disappointed. There are Muay Thai matches every day especially in Bangkok and Phuket Island where you can watch amateur, semi-pro and professional fighters showing their skills.
Thailand has access to water on every side of the country. Most of the places have crystal clear waters. Many windsurfers have confirmed that Thailand has some of the best terms when it comes to wind and windsurfing. Most of the year you can find ideal wind speed so you can practice windsurfing without problems. Pattaya is certainly the best place to go if you are interested in this sport.
Thailand is known for the rich underwater life. There are many exotic fish that live there and the bottom of the sea is magnificent – coral reefs, stones, caves etc. There are many marked scuba diving locations all over Thailand and some of them are considered to be the best in the world.
Besides the beautiful seaside, Thailand has a stunning mainland. Trekking routes can be found in both Northern and Southern Thailand. However, those who have some experience in this sport say that the best option for trekking is the Northern part of Thailand. The best period to be there is between October and February. The routes provide amazing sights, entering ancient villages, bird watching and it is no surprise if you encounter elephants.