The Kingdom of Thailand draws more visitors than any other country in South East Asia with its irresistible combination of breathtaking natural beauty, inspiring temples, renowned hospitality, robust cuisine and ruins of fabulous ancient kingdoms.

Another good reason to choose Thailand for your holiday is because it enjoys a unique blend of tropical and sub-tropical climates and has a stunning geographic diversity ranging from 2,600 kilometres of beaches to teak forested mountain peaks soaring over 2,000 metres above valleys and plains. From the stupa-studded mountains of Mae Hong Son and the verdant limestone islands of the Andaman Sea, to the pulse-pounding dance clubs of Bangkok and the tranquil villages moored along the Mekong River, Thailand offers something for every type of traveller.

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  • Bangkok

  • Bangkok, Thailand, has long been considered the focal point of Thai culture and is the political and financial centre of Thailand. In spite of Bangkok
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  • Koh Samui

  • Koh Samui is a tropical gem located in the warm blue waters off the country’s south eastern seaboard. It is the Kingdom’s third largest is
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  • Koh Phangan

  • Koh Phangan is a small island situated north of Koh Samui. The island is a relaxed oasis in the southern Gulf of Thailand and is a quieter alternative
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  • Phuket

  • Phuket is commonly referred to as the ‘Pearl of South’ and is a lush tropical island thickly forested in places, with rubber and coconut p
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  • Koh Phi Phi

  • Koh Phi Phi is actually an archipelago of six islands about 40km away from Krabi – Phi Phi Leh and Phi Phi Don being the main two. Phi Phi Don i
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  • Krabi

  • Krabi is a southern province on Thailand’s Andaman seaboard with perhaps the country’s oldest history of continued settlement. It is divid
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  • Koh Chang

  • Koh Chang (or Elephant Island as it is known) is the largest among the 52 islands of Trat and is also the nation’s second largest island, after
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  • Pattaya

  • Situated 147 kilometres south east of Bangkok and facing the Gulf of Thailand, Pattaya is Asia’s premier beach resort. Theme and amusement parks
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  • Hua Hin

  • Hua Hin was originally a small fishing town until it was ‘discovered’ by the Thai Royal family. Since then it has had a longstanding Royal
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  • Chiang Mai

  • Located 700 kilometres north west of Bangkok, Chiang Mai is often referred to as ‘Rose of the North’ not only for the masses of flowers th
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  • Chiang Rai

  • Chiang Rai is the northern-most province in Thailand and is one of the most rural areas in the country. The province covers some 11,678 square kilomet
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  • Koh Samet

  • Koh Samet is a small island around 200km south-east of Bangkok and just over 5 km off the coast of Rayong province. The island is part of the Khao Lae
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  • Khao Sok

  • Khao Sok National Park in Southern Thailand is covered by the oldest evergreen rainforest in the world, huge limestone mountains shooting straight up
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  • Koh Tao

  • Koh Tao is a small island located on the east side of the Surat Thani coast, close to the neighbouring islands of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan.  
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  • Khao Lak

  • Located 83 kilometres north of Phuket International Airport, Khao Lak is set against the coastline of Phang Nga bay. This area, famous for its beautif
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Fact File


LanguageThai (English widely spoken)

ClimateThailand’s climate is tropical, high both in temperature and humidity. April and May are the hottest months of the year. June sees the beginning of the South West Monsoon, and brings with it the rainy season, which continues intermittently until the end of October. From November to the end of February the climate is much less trying with a cooling north east breeze and a reduction in the humidity level. The north and north east are generally cooler than Bangkok in winter, and hotter in summer. In the far north, temperatures can occasionally drop as low as 2°C

CurrencyThai Baht (THB)

VisaRequired for stays exceeding 30 days

HealthAdvised immunisation against malaria, hepatitis, polio, typhoid, tetanus and cholera

PassportsMust be valid for more than six months after proposed date of departure from Thailand

Time ZoneGMT +7 hours