Thailand Tranquil Beaches and Exotic Cuisine
Thailand is sandwiched between other beautiful countries like Cambodia, Malaysia and Vietnam, it is definitely a landlocked country. Including the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea, there is a total of 2,815 kilometers of coastline to explore. The best way to discover the coast of Thailand is by chartering a yacht. Owning your own boat is a great way to combine tourism and travel, although these are not the only reasons to get around by chartering a boat. Thailand is rich in incredible water based on experience.
To ensure you can take advantage of all the water activities, boat rental is a must. After you have decided to travel by boat, the most difficult decision will be where to go. Each beach offers visitors something different, making it almost impossible to decide where to go first. Here are some of the best beaches in Thailand to help you plan your trip.
Best Beaches in Thailand
Get the most out of your BorrowaBoat rental by visiting some (or all!) of the following stunning beaches in Thailand:
This stunning, photogenic and Instagrammable beach is just one that Krabi has to offer. The beautiful sheer cliffs provide the perfect backdrop to sparkling, crystal clear waters. A white sandy beach awaits you here, which can only be reached by boat.
What’s special about Railay Beach is that as your boat gently rocks in the waves, you’ll hear the birds calling and see monkeys playing and swinging through the trees.
Oh Phangan has established itself as one of the top party spots in the world, renowned for the island’s exciting nightlife and full moon parties. But there is no denying that the island is home to one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand. Bottle Beach is secluded and only accessible by boat. The special thing about it is that it is not just a sandy beach. Surrounded by areas of jungle teeming with beautiful wildlife, the beach makes Koh Phangan an equally enjoyable destination for those not here to party.
Donald Duck Bay
If you’re looking for a little Disney magic, Donald Duck Bay has you covered. Named after one of the large rock formations resembling Donald Duck, this bay has some of the clearest water anywhere. Located on island 8 of the Similan Islands, Donald Duck Bay features warm, powder-white sand. The water provides the perfect spot for snorkeling as the bay is teeming with aquatic life. You can watch fish and other aquatic animals for hours.
A short walk on the sand and you will also be surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna. Really a bay that has a lot to offer.
Phuket is a destination that receives many visitors each year. While Freedom Beach in Phuket doesn’t offer the solitude of other beaches, it’s not overcrowded with tourists either. And for a very good reason: it’s not that easy to get to a beach. The best way to get to the beach is by boat or down a very steep path. But Freedom Beach is worth a visit.
One there you will find a quiet environment. That’s partly because the beach is surrounded by dense jungle and surrounded by hills. But with 1,000 feet of extra soft white sand, there’s plenty of room to prepare for a few hours of relaxation and disconnect from others struggling to get there.
Kata Noi is about 400 meters longer than Freedom Beach, making it a perfect beach for a stroll in the warm sun. Also easily accessible by car, Kata Noi Beach is located at the end of a road. other beaches accessible by car, you will not experience much traffic noise. As Kata Noi is located in Phuket, you can use your chartered boat to travel between here and Freedom Beach. There’s no reason not to maximize your visit to the site by visiting both beaches.
When we talk about spicy foods and snacks, the first thing that comes to mind is Thai cuisine. Thai cuisine is known for its refined spices that balance its rich flavors. However, not all Thai food is spicy by default. Take these rare exotic foods to snack on in Thailand, for example.
Ab Ong or (Roasted Pork Brain)
Pig Brain is native to the northern part of the country and is one of Thailand’s most traditional and exotic foods. Its salty flavor comes from dried chili peppers, lemongrass, lime leaves, shrimp paste (kapi) and Thai herbs. Locals believe that cooking pork brains on a piece of charcoal brings out its earthy flavor.
Baak Bpet (Fried Duck Beaks)
Have you ever enjoyed eating roast duck? In addition to the meaty breast covered in foie grass, locals also enjoy eating their beaks. Many people would find this odd, but this exotic food in Thailand is marinated in soy sauce and paired with a cold beer. Duckbills are packed with various health benefits like keeping your lungs and liver healthy. They are said to be a remedy for mouth ulcers, coughs, sore throats and toothaches. This delicacy is also believed to increase a person’s desire and performance.
You’ve probably seen fried scorpions being sold on the street and your first thought was if they’re safe to eat. Although they are known to be poisonous insects, scorpions in Thailand are eaten on a stick and taste healthier fries’ version. This is one among the wildest exotic foods in Asian country and is wealthy in nutrients as well as protein.
Hon Mhai (Deep-Fried Silkworms)
Hon mhai, a traditional exotic food in Thailand, are fat, oval-shaped worms seasoned with salt, pepper and a special sauce made by vendors. Fried silkworms are crispy with a slightly bitter taste. For most of their lives, these silkworms will consume mulberry leaves, making them a good source of protein and other health benefits.
Mang Da (Giant Waterbugs)
This exotic food in Thailand resembles large cockroaches that are two to three inches long. In addition to Thailand, it is also popular in Southeast Asian countries. Local vendors cook these giant water bugs by boiling or frying them. It is eaten with a little salt or a chili-based sauce. When eating, you must first remove the wings as they are not edible.
Cuts off its head to eat and sucks on the flesh. The taste is similar to wet scrambled eggs flavored with liquorice. Then swallow the head whole if you can. If not, you can scoop out the crab-like flesh with your finger.
Mok Huak (Frog Tadpoles)
Even before they grow legs, locals eat these cute little creatures. The Mok Hhuak is usually available during the rainy season when the frogs breed. One of Thailand’s favorite exotic dishes, this delicacy is eaten with rice and served with a fermented fish sauce called pla raa. To cook frog tadpoles, simply toss them in with basil leaves, chili pepper, dill, lemongrass, and other herbs and spices. Then wrap them all together in a banana leaf and prepare to grill over
charcoal. Its soft and smooth texture can be compared to the taste of minced meat.