Travel by private long tailed boat to the Grand Palace
Start early with a visit to Bangkok’s flower market
Train to be a mahout in Chiang Rai
Treat yourself to a private cooking lesson
Choose from one of the amazing spa hotels
Sally Walters, our Thailand specialist, was brought up in Bangkok and still holds it as her favourite place to return to. She will tell you which market is best to visit, where to have a stylish dinner or where to find the best street food. Whether you want to learn to ride an elephant or while away a few days on one of the delightful beaches, she will be able to give you the best advice. Having visited the hotels and explored the sites it is well worth chatting through your ideas and preferences to make the perfect itinerary.
Thailand is one of the most popular traveler destinations in South East Asia as it appeals to a large assortment of travellers. Its pristine sandy beaches in the south and cultural tribes in the far north entice many from afar. Frequently dismissed as being overrun by foreigners, there are still large areas of Thailand that are a joy to travel through including Sukhothai, the old capital city steeped in history located north of Bangkok, and the golden triangle, where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet, there is also a good choice of beach resorts which are isolated from mass tourism. Alternatively for those who enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life the best place to visit is Bangkok, a thriving metropolis of stunning sights, smells and sounds complete with serene temples and hectic floating markets.
Activity travel is becoming more popular in Asia, especially walking and trekking holidays. In the northern regions of Thailand, it is possible to combine visits to some graceful Khmer temples with some leisurely trekking through rich paddy fields and dense forests, float down river on bamboo rafts or ride elephants in the national parks.
For many, the perfect Thailand holiday encompasses an opportunity for total relaxation and luxury on one of the country’s many stunning beaches. There are a growing amount of luxurious beach fronted resorts appearing in the southern regions of Phuket and the Thai islands including Ko Samet and Ko Chang which offer the upmost luxury and divine cuisine, a perfect combination for a romantic getaway or a pampering retreat.
Read some of our past clients reviews for holidays to Thailand.
Journey Ideas For Thailand
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- Classic Thailand
14 days Bangkok, Golden Triangle and beach from £2,450pp.
- Thailand Honeymoon
A first class honeymoon destination.
- The Sukhothai
The hotel takes its name from the capital of Thailand’s ancient Sukhothai Kingdom.
- Six Senses Yao Noi
Located on the beautiful Island of Yao Noi, situated midway between
Phuket and Krabi