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Trips to Thailand

Pristine beaches, dense jungle, surprising cities – it’s easy to see why Thailand charms travellers

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Thailand Holidays

Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Angkor Wat
14 Days from £ 2,545
£ 2,165

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle through 3 countries from Thailand to Vietnam

Cycling

South East Asia Adventure Family Holiday

Cambodia
14 Days from £ 1,799
£ 1,649

Experience an action-packed journey across Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand

Family

Cycle Indochina & Angkor – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

Thailand
14 Days from £ 3,999

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Multi-country Asian cycling adventure – Extra meals and hand-picked leaders

Cycling
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Treasures of Northern Thailand

Thailand
10 Days from £ 1,675

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Bangkok and beyond: Discover a cultural heavyweight of Southeast Asia

Culture

Thai Indochina Explorer

Bayon, Siem Reap, Cambodia
14 Days from £ 1,695

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Travel from Vietnam's Saigon to Thailand's Bangkok

Culture
New

Thailand Family Adventure

Thailand
13 Days from £ 1,849

Take your clan to the Land of Smiles, one of the world’s great family destinations

Family
New

Southeast Asia Express

Thailand
11 Days from £ 1,245
£ 1,065

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover South East Asia from Ho Chi Minh City to Bangkok

Culture

What is the best time to visit Thailand?

Thailand’s tropical climate is characterised by three seasons: hot, cool and wet. The best time to visit depends on personal preferences and what you plan to do on Thailand holidays. The cool season, from November to February has mild temperatures and lower humidity and is often considered the most favourable to visit. However, the wet season (June to October) offers lush landscapes and fewer crowds, but you’ll need to be prepared for downpours.

What are the best places to visit on Thailand holidays?

Thailand boasts a wide range of natural, cultural and historical sights. Some of the best places to visit include Bangkok, the bustling capital city with its grand temples and vibrant markets; Chiang Mai, renowned for its beautiful landscapes and ancient temples; and the riverside town of Phrae. History lovers will be in their element at the UNESCO-listed Sukhothai Historical Park, which houses fascinating relics and ancient temples and palaces. Erawan National Park is also worth visiting to see the stunning waterfalls that cascade down seven tiers.

FAQs on Thailand Holidays

Do I need a visa to go to Thailand?

Many travellers are eligible for a visa-free entry into Thailand for up to 30 days. However, it is essential to check the visa regulations specific to your country of residence. You will also require a passport with a validity of at least six months, be able to provide proof of return or onward travel and have sufficient funds for your stay. It is advisable to consult the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate for accurate and up-to-date visa information. We have provided some useful links below.

What is the cultural etiquette in Thailand?

Thai culture places great emphasis on respect and politeness and observing a few cultural etiquettes can enhance your Thailand holidays. It is customary to dress modestly, particularly when visiting temples or religious sites. Removing footwear before entering sacred places is also essential. Thai people greet with a “wai,” a slight bow with the palms pressed together, and it is polite to reciprocate. Showing respect to monks, refraining from touching someone’s head and avoiding public displays of affection are also important. Familiarising yourself with local customs before your trip will only enhance your experiences in Thailand.

Is it safe to travel to Thailand?

Thailand is generally safe for travellers, but like any destination, it is crucial to exercise caution and common sense. Petty theft, scams and incidents of pickpocketing can occur, particularly in crowded tourist areas. It is advisable to keep valuables secure, avoid displaying expensive items and remain vigilant throughout your trip. Familiarise yourself with travel advisories from your home country and follow any government-related recommendations to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip.

What are some popular Thai dishes to try?

Thai cuisine is renowned worldwide for its vibrant flavours and diversity and it is one of the many highlights of Thailand holidays. Some popular Thai dishes to try include Pad Thai (stir-fried noodles), Tom Yum Goong (spicy shrimp soup), Green Curry (gaeng keow wan) and Mango Sticky Rice (khao niew mamuang). Much of the regional cuisines are made using aromatic herbs and spices, with a dash of lemon and chilli to give them an extra kick. In the bustling cities, such as Bangkok, you’ll find an array of street food stalls selling local delicacies which give you a taste of the real Thai culture.

What are some unique experiences to have in Thailand?

Wherever you visit in Thailand, there are unique experiences to be had around every corner. Whether you choose to have a traditional Thai massage in Bangkok or visit one of the colourful floating markets, you’ll gain a much deeper insight into the culture and traditions. If you want to enjoy a spiritual experience, visit the incredible Grand Palace or for a thrilling adventure, jump onto a tuk tuk to see the city’s sights and immerse yourself in the frenetic atmosphere. To explore old Bangkok from a different perspective, ride on a longtail boat along the famous khlongs (canals).

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