Holidays to Thailand

Holiday to Thailand and explore a country where tradition and the modern sit comfortably side-by-side. Drive through the bustling metropolis of Bangkok in a tuk tuk, passing towering sky scrapers and ancient temples. Shop at floating markets and high end boutiques or visit sacred spaces from cave shrines and gleaming golden temples to giant Buddha statues. Mix relaxation with adventure, sunning yourself on the sands of golden beaches of Phuket and Koh Samui before surfing, diving and snorkelling in the waters and climbing impressive limestone cliffs. Browse our Thailand hotel and holiday offers or speak to our Thailand travel specialists about creating the perfect Thailand holiday just for you.

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Thailand Travel Information

Suvarnabhumi Airport is Thailand's main air travel gateway. 

  • Currency: Thai Baht 
  • Time difference: (GMT+7) 
  • Flight from UK: Between 11 & 13 hours 
  • VisaNo – Stay up to 30 days  
  • Language: Thai, Karen, Malay & Khmer. 
  • National drink:Thai beer 
  • National dish: Pad Thai 
Most international flights land at the Thai capital's airport.
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Thailand Activities


Holidays to Thailand have become known as great for sunbathing by the pool or on the beach, which is true, however, there's so much more to do here. Water sports are thriving at destinations such as Phuket and Samui. Visitors can also choose from excellent golfing facilities and spa treatments. There are magnificent palaces and temples - the Grand Palace in Bangkok is very ornate; Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, gleams in the sunset making for glittering, glowing photographs.

Thailand Food & Drink


Delicious Thai dishes featuring freshly prepared ingredients are often adapted to suit the Western palate in tourist outlets - they can be particularly hot and spicy. Pad Thai has rice noodles and Gong Yen Pet is a hot red curry with chilli, shrimp paste and garlic. If you fancy a local whisky try Mekong, or if rum's your tipple choose SamSong. Much-prized local beers include Singha and Singha Gold. Milk straight from the coconut shell is deemed particularly refreshing.

Thailand Attractions


Khao Yai National Park is a World Heritage Site and the wildlife includes tigers and elephants. Here you can camp out, hike or climb the watchtowers in the evenings to see nocturnal species out and about. Ti Lor Su Waterfall is an almost-hidden yet spectacular sight in the forest of "Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary."  The highest and largest in Thailand, the name means "loud waterfall" and is particularly apt for the powerful, roaring cascades you hear and their majestic natural beauty.

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