Overlanding in Thailand

Master the techniques of Martial Arts in the ‘land of smiles’ expecting your valuable glimpses to its heartthrob beaches, exotic resorts and the largely scattered islands.

Country Quick Facts


Regarded as one of the finest countries in the Asian Continent, Thailand is situated in the centre of the Southeast Asia’s mainland. The nation comprises of a majority of the natural vegetation incorporating the forested hilly areas as well as the rice fields from the central plains. The Indochinese Peninsula’s western half is occupied by Thailand with this country’s size being the same as that of France. It works under the supervision of the Constitutional monarchy.

Area: 513,120 km²
Population: 69,183,173
Capital: Bangkok

People & Language

Thailand has legally regarded ‘Thai’ as its official language and it is thus, spoken by more than 80 percent of the population. English is easily understood by majority of the population here that is mainly resided in the tourists’ areas and also some of the urban cities. Apart from this, varied smaller languages belonging to the southern China and northern Vietnam are also communicated here. People residing in Thailand are known as the ‘Thai people’ or the ‘Thais’. An ethnic group named as Tai is also present here which is the native to Southeast Asia.


The official currency of Thailand is none other than the ‘Thai baht’ that is symbolised as the ‘฿’. It is accessible in the form of coins and the banknotes. The banknotes are present in the denominations of 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000 baht, whereas the coins are available in the denominations of 1, 2, 5 and 10 baht, 25 and 50 satang. A single Baht is equivalent to 100 satang. In case there exists a dire need for you to get your money exchanged in Thailand, then you have to keep in mind the current exchange rates which might be sometimes too low and sometimes too high, totally depending upon the available banks there. ATMs are easily present in Thailand and you can thus facilitate the money withdrawal in multiple denominations.


The majority of the time in a whole year is witnessed as being humid and also a tropical one. The northern Part of Thailand experiences three distinct seasons whereas the peninsular region of Thailand has only two seasons. The climate of this place thus varies from one region to another. The country comes across the cool monsoon hailing from the northeast during the time period from November to February and thus, this is acknowledged as one of the best time for visiting this exotic place with a purpose of travelling majorly.


Time: Thailand adheres to the Standard Time Zone of Indochina Time (ICT) that is 14 hours of the Pacific Standard Time

Electricity: The standard voltage in Thailand is 220 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The Plugs here consist of two prong round or the flat sockets. If the electric appliance from your country cannot bear the voltage of Thailand, then there is a need for you to bring the voltage convertor.

Weight & Measurement: Thailand uses the Metric System for the purpose of weight and measurement.

Telecommunications: The telecommunication market of Thailand consists of a large number of cellular networks’ users as compared to the fixed lines and the broadband users. Apart from this, varied other communicators such as the radio, television and the Internet are also used extensively here.

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Food & Drink

Thailand’s cuisines which can also be called as the ‘Thai cuisine’ is reviewed as being the tastier one by many roamers. Majority of the dishes in this place consist of rice and noodles, this is what makes them unique. Also, it is really noteworthy that even the sweet things here are paired with rice. The palatable taste of this food is surely going to leave you awestruck by its delish aroma and a quick satisfaction.

Pad Thai

It is one of the cheapest dishes in Thailand. The dish comprises of eggs, bean sprouts mixed with the fishy sauce, and stirred fried noodles.

Spring Rolls

These are the noodles and also the vegetables covered inside a kind of a pastry and it is served alongside sour sauce.

Thai Pancakes

It is a Thailand’s dessert and can also be consumed during the breakfast. The dish has many variations and flavours for ex, banana and the Oreo.

Tom Yum Goong

This is a soup containing the broth and also majorly the sea food. The dish is a spicy version of a simple soup.

Khao Pad

It is none other than the fried rice served with the mixture of eggs and the freshly cooked vegetables. It can also be consumed with meat.

Cha Yen

It is the traditional tea in Thailand prepared with a mixture of milk, orange and ice. The price is easily affordable for this one.

Nom Yen

It is a colourful syrup made with milk along with ice. This is really a helpful element for beating the heat strokes.

Thai Beer

Singha and Chang are the two ‘must try Thai Beers’ for each and every person who visits this place. Their taste is out of this world.

Mango Sticky Rice

It is the most favoured deserts in Thailand. It has sticky rice having a sweet taste along with fresh mango and milk/coconut ice cream.

Our Driving Adventures in Thailand

Are you surely concerned equally about the journey too apart from the destination? In case your answer is a big YES, then self-drive trips are an apt decision for you. You can drive and that too endlessly with your own car and that too without even experiencing a single hustle in between.

Urban Adventures in Thailand

Deep Water Soloing, Tonsai and Railay

Once you indulge in this activity, it will feel like you are rock climbing on the steroids. Here, you need to scale the cliffs and peaks without making use of any kind of ropes, chalks or the anchor points. In order to climb and also coming down there exist two different ways which are not at all easy. This is a real adventurous activity to be true. Irrespective of the height you are in, whether 10 or 100 ft. you just have to jump into the water, thus, it is just you, water and the rocks together in a single place. You can use the rope ladders for a while but after then you will be just left with your own equipment at a considerable height.

White Water Rafting, Mae Taeng River

Not at all meant for the weak hearted persons as the fast waters here can scare anyone. If you have enough guts and want to have an experience of the amazing white water rafting in Thailand, then Mae Taeng River can prove to be a heartthrob for you. Engross your adventurous soul into the fast waters of this Wild River and experience the rocks and other obstacles on your way. No need to doubt on the safety things of this place as before getting on with the white water rafting activity, you are surely going to be equipped with a handful of safety belts, jackets and everything.

Scuba Diving, Khao Lak

This is recognized as one of the most popular water-sport activities in Thailand. If you are striving to complete your visit to this place by having an experience of all the adventures in this country, it can never get complete without experimenting on the Scuba Diving in the Khao Lak. It has a coastline of 2000 km and thus, while being underwater you can get some of the very rare glimpses of the coral, reefs, wrecks and also the caves. The scenes are very beautiful and breathtaking. The average temperature here remains at around 28 degrees and the water is crystal clear for you to have a ‘not-so-hazy’ view of the marine life.

Rock Climbing, Kio Lom Dam

Are you an adventure enthusiast and looking for some thrill? Well, Rock Climbing can be your cup of tea in this case then. Being counted in one of the dangerous activities of Thailand, Rock climbing is still managing to engrave its place among the top interests in the bucket list of the adventure seekers. This country has a bundle of the rock climbing activities rated as per the convenience and the age of their practitioners. Rock climbing will not only leave you with some satisfaction in case of some thrill or adventure but also in case of nature views. Once you are done with this activity, the point that you will reach will surely give you a scenic view of all the rugged mountains and also the low lying lands.

Kayaking, Mu Ko Ang Thong

Kayaking is one of the most thrilling activities in Thailand facilitating you with a crisp of joy, excitement as well as adventure. Here, you will witness a double experiencing of the kayaking as well as the inland touring. Explore the locales which were till now considered to be an untouched ones in the country while having an amazing experience of the Kayaking activity and the floating canoe. The activity is not at all responsible for harming the environment or causing any kind of pollution in the regions as it has eco-friendly services available for the occurrence of these activities.

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