Our trip to Thailand was the longest we have taken thus far. And therefore, coming up with a Thailand budget was more difficult for us. Especially taking into account how much was on our bucket list for the country! Seriously guys, you could spend months here and still not see all of the attractions or participate in all of the adventurous activities they have to offer. To see what we did you can check out our adventures page here. Taking into account that we had activities such as visiting elephants, tigers, going rock climbing, scuba diving and zip lining, we had an idea that if we set our Thailand budget for under $5,000 we would be doing really well and it would give us plenty of leeway for all of the activities the country had to offer. So you can imagine our surprise (and excitement) when we came in way under budget! As with every trip, tickets are always the top determining factor of the budget. Luckily for us, they’re not too outrageous from Korea. You can book tickets to Thailand here.
The Thailand budget below is for 13 nights and 14 days and reflects the price for both my husband and I.