The land of smiles can be anything you want it to be, whether you dream of distant paradise islands reached only by long tail boats, ancient temples high in the misty mountains, or wandering night markets for the some of the best food in Asia; Thailand will always amaze and never disappoint.
With international flights arriving directly into Bangkok everyday, it’s never been easier to visit Thailand. This incredible country is rich in culture and strikingly diverse, with golden glittering sands lining the beaches and crystal clear waters of Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui, tropical jungles teeming with elephant sanctuaries characterising the northern regions like Chiang Mai, and 5-star luxury resorts in Hua Hin. And then there’s the food, which deserves it’s own paragraph, but let’s just say if you’re a foodie, you’ll feel like you’ve arrived in a flavourful, spice-driven heaven.
Go on a luxury honeymoon to Thailand and fill your days with scuba diving adventures into mesmerising coral gardens, hikes to waterfalls deep in the national parks, and cultural excursions to beautiful temples. Thailand's welcoming culture and warm climate also makes this the perfect getaway for a family holiday, its all-inclusive hotels and thrilling water parks meaning the whole family will be entertained.
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Thailand is a year-round destination as there are various regional climates. The most popular time to visit is between November and early April, as temperatures are cooler and the weather is largely dry. There are differences in conditions between the east and west coasts: the winter months are better when travelling to the west coast, while the east coast has higher rainfall in November, and is therefore more favourable in January and February.
If white sand beaches, emerald-hued waters and mind-blowing landscapes appeal to you, then Phang Nga Bay is a must-see for your trip to Thailand.
Sail the beautiful sea, kayak through wondrous caves, see first-hand the hundreds of restaurants and houses in the village of Koh Panyee, which was ingeniously built on stilts above the waters. This scenic paradise will have you questioning reality, wondering how such astonishing beauty could exist in the middle of the vast ocean. End the day with a front row seat to one of the most breath-taking sunsets the world has to offer from the Samet Nangshe Viewpoint – an ideal view for some honeymoon romance.
Boasting stunning intricate architecture and mesmerising artefacts and monuments dripping in luxurious gold, there is certainly no shortage of royalty to be found at the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. Built in 1782, the palace is every bit as opulent as it was when it was the home of Kings.
Teeming with an almost overwhelming selection of cultural, historical, artistic and architectural wonders, as well as exquisite gardens, it’s not hard to understand why this is Bangkok’s most visited attraction. Within the complex are a number of extraordinary buildings, including the world-famous Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Explore the palace by itself or as part of an exciting city tour.
Journey just 80km outside of Bangkok in Thailand and you will find yourself confronted with a historic city, bursting at the seams with wonder and untold stories.
Discover the enthralling tale of Ayutthaya, including how it came to be and how it came to end, at this breath-taking UNESCO World Heritage Centre. It is a truly mesmerising sight to behold, comprised of stone monuments and complexes that defy expectation, this illustrious city offers a doorway to the past, and gives visitors an insight into the previous societies that inhabited this culturally rich nation.
Dance lovers and party goers prepare for a life-changing experience and learn just why it is Thailand is thought of as a party destination.
When the sun goes down and the moon appears, the night owls come out to play - and so do the hard-core partyers. Make your way to Koh Phangan and experience the world-renowned party that shakes the island once every month. What started as a small seaside shindig has now become an epidemic, with between 10,000 and 30,000 people attending each full moon party, and a wild selection of MCs and DJs playing sets to the massive crowds. One thing is for sure: this is a party like no other you’ve been to before.
Thailand is home to many wondrous and vibrant attractions, but none quite compare to the spectacle of the notorious floating markets.
The most popular of Thailand's floating markets is located around an hour's drive from Bangkok. But jump on a boat and venture out to any one of the many exciting markets, all of which are teeming with vendors and authentic Thai products, and you'll be mesmerised by what you see. From jewellery to sweets, fruits and other produce, you'll enjoy browsing the wide range of trinkets. This is a perfect opportunity to shop for any souvenirs that you need to take home!
Koh Samui, which is Thailand's second largest island, is a dream-like island paradise, inhabited by an astonishing range of creatures and littered with spectacular attractions, you'll leave wondering how such a place could possibly be real.
Venture to Koh Samui for a day of sightseeing that'll blow your mind. From the idyllic Chaweng Beach to the illustrious Wat Phra Yai and stunning Wat Plai Laem, there is no shortage beauty to be found on this mesmerising island. Spend the afternoon having the hiking experience of a lifetime through lush landscapes and past fantastical waterfalls – you'll think you've been transported to an alternate dream world.
Best Time To Travel:
November - April
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