Take a look at our 6 top pick backpacks for traveling in Thailand in 2020. These backpacks are high quality, medium sized, durable options, that you can rely on for your trip.

Incase Icon Pack

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Incase Icon Pack is made from patented “Woolenex,” abrasion-resistant fabric that’s woven from two different thicknesses of polyester fiber.


Timbuk2 the Authority Pack

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

The Authority Pack has plenty of room to accommodate your laptop and lots of extra items with ease.


Thule Subterra Daypack 25L

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Thule Subterra Daypack 25L is perfect for those who want to want to combine the sporting life with the everyday commute.


SwissGear 1900 ScanSmart TSA Laptop Backpack

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

Swiss Gear Travel Gear 1900 Scansmart TSA Laptop Backpack is made from superior quality, durable, and weather-resistant 1200D ballistic polyester, the Scansmart from Swiss Gear offers lay-flat technology to protect up to 17-inch laptops when traveling.


OXA Duffel Bag Travel Canvas Backpack for Men

This product was recommended by Maxwell Kamlongera from Hubpages

Thailand is a country where you do a lot of moving as you try to see the sites. As a canvas backpack the product is durable, doesn’t dirty as easily, and is stylistically easy on the eyes. The product is also versatile in that it can be worn on your back, over the shoulder, or held to your side so you have a variety of options if you don’t want to get sore or have body aches across certain regions. Lastly, the space it offers is good for carrying electronics alongside clothes and other gears, without appearing like a laptop bag and alerting opportunistic thieves.


Outlander Water-Resistant Ultra-Light Backpack

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from CompareLifeInsurance

This pack is water-resistant, so your belongings will remain dry in a drizzle or light rain. It’s very lightweight to ease the strain on your shoulders. Because it’s so packable, you can easily fit it in your suitcase and then when you arrive at your destination, you can take it out and use it for day trips.


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