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THAILAND

The land of smiles.Abundant tranquil beaches, exotic cuisine, magnificent temples, scenery, colourful history and culture.

Thailand Attractions

Sanctuary of Truth

Sanctuary of Truth

The Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum) is a unique cultural and religious landmark located in Pattaya, Thailand. It is a massive wooden temple that serves as both an architectural masterpiece and a tribute to traditional Thai craftsmanship, art, and philosophy.

Temple of Emerald Buddha

Temple of Emerald Buddha

The power of the Emerald Buddha gives legitimacy to the king and protection to the nation. The image's significance is built upon its long history and symbolism as an object of power for those able to possess it. During the Bangkok period not all who desired the Emerald Buddha were of royal lineage.

Krabi

Krabi

The Krabi province has some of the most beautiful islands in Thailand, including big names such as Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta where you may want to spend a few days or longer. Among the 150-odd islands and islets you'll also find lesser-known pristine gems that are great for day trips or quick stop-offs.

Koh Samui

Koh Samui

Koh Samui is the largest island in the Gulf of Thailand. Diving, snorkeling, swimming, and basking on the picturesque jungle-backed beaches are popular things to do here, as well as boat tours around the sublime seascape of Ang Thong National Marine Park.

Visit Chiang Mai

Visit Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is a flourishing tourist and resort centre. Phu Ping Palace, the summer home of the Thai royal family, is nearby. The city is renowned as a centre of Thai handicrafts. Small villages nearby specialize in crafts such as silverwork, wood carving, and making pottery, umbrellas, and lacquerware.

Pattaya - Alcazar Show

Pattaya - Alcazar Show

Enjoy the world-famous Alcazar Cabaret Show – a spectacular dance show. This approximately 70-minute dance show by a team of around 400 crew members present wonderful performances in a wide range of themed songs and dances. You will take in hi-tech lighting and effects, with elaborate sets and colourful costumes.

4 Islands Tour by Longtail Boat

4 Islands Tour by Longtail Boat

Explore four of Krabi's islands as you sail in a traditional long-tail boat. Visit Tup Island, Chicken Island, Poda Island and Railay Phra Nang Cave and Beach. At each island, you'll get to swim in crystal clear waters, go snorkelling, relax on the beach and take photos as well.

Phi Phi Islands

Phi Phi Islands

The Phi Phi archipelago is a must-visit while in Phuket, and this speedboat trip whisks you around the islands in one day. Swim over the coral reefs of Pileh Lagoon, have lunch at Phi Phi Leh, snorkel at Bamboo Island, and visit Monkey Beach and Maya Bay, immortalized in "The Beach."

Floating Market - Bangkok

Floating Market - Bangkok

The 100-year-old markets are now essentially a floating souvenir stand filled with package tourists. Visiting floating markets is one of the best things to do in Thailand. Floating Markets are one of the most famous tourist spots in Bangkok.

Safari World Zoo, Bangkok

Safari World Zoo, Bangkok

Safari World is a popular zoo and entertainment complex located in Bangkok, Thailand. It is divided into two main areas: the Safari Park and the Marine Park. Safari World offers visitors the opportunity to observe a wide variety of animals from around the world in settings that mimic their natural habitats, as well as enjoy animal shows, marine life exhibits, and other attractions.

Bangkok by night in a Tuk-Tuk

Bangkok by night in a Tuk-Tuk

Experience the magic of Bangkok at night on this after dark temples, markets, and food tuk-tuk tour. Your adventure begins with a tuk-tuk ride around Bangkok, seeing the way the city lights illuminate ancient temples and modern skyscrapers against the night sky. Along the way, you'll visit markets and palaces, explore the bustling streets of Chinatown, and feast on street food.

Walking Street - Pattaya

Walking Street - Pattaya

When it comes to nightlife, Pattaya Walking Street is king. The street has venues, bars, nightclubs, and go-go bars to suit every taste. You'll see flashy neon signs advertising bars everywhere. Women holding placards, displaying the rates of beer, will invite you to their nightclubs.

Phuket City Tour

Phuket City Tour

Explore Phuket’s natural beauty and culture. Visit top attractions like the massive Big Buddha statue and sacred Wat Chalong temple.

Pattaya - Coral Island

Pattaya - Coral Island

Take a speedboat ride to Coral Island. Here, you'll have a few hours to stroll along the powder-sand beaches, swim in the turquoise waters and explore the tropical island. You'll then return to the mainland to visit the popular Pattaya Viewpoint. From here, you'll have the chance to snap aerial photos of Pattaya's cityscape and crescent coastline.

Nong Nooch Village

Nong Nooch Village

Nong Nooch Village, also known as Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, is a popular tourist attraction located in Pattaya, Thailand. It is renowned for its beautifully landscaped gardens, cultural shows, and diverse range of activities.

Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya is a historical city located in central Thailand, approximately 80 kilometres north of Bangkok. It was once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam (now Thailand) and is renowned for its impressive archaeological sites, ancient ruins, and historical significance.

Risky Market and Amphawa Floating Market Tour

Risky Market and Amphawa Floating Market Tour

Visit the Risky Market, one of the most interesting places to visit in Thailand. Here, you will see a train periodically push through a busy market while shopkeepers rush to pull up their vegetables and meat out of the way. Then head to the Amphawa Floating Market, where you will notice hundreds of paddle boats selling Thai traditional food by the river.

Tiffany's Show

Tiffany's Show

One of the most famous transvestite or transgender cabaret shows in Thailand is the "Tiffany's Show" in Pattaya. Tiffany's Show is renowned for its spectacular performances featuring talented transgender performers who present a lively and colourful showcase of dance, music, and entertainment.

Tiger Kingdom - Phuket

Tiger Kingdom - Phuket

Get up close and personal with several Indochinese tigers of varying ages and sizes that have been raised by hand in captivity since birth. The vicinity also boasts facilities to camp for the night with several amenities.

Grand Palace Tour

Grand Palace Tour

Explore an official royal residence and one of Thailand’s most important Buddhists sites. Visit many of the temple’s public buildings, including the Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall and the Phra Maha Monthien residence. Also visit the Wat Phra Kaew temple to see the Emerald Buddha statue, one of Thailand’s most revered palladiums.

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Best Time To travel

Cool Season - November to February

This is generally considered the best time to visit Thailand. The weather is cooler and more comfortable, making it ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. The northern regions, like Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, experience pleasant temperatures, while the southern islands and beaches are dry and sunny. This is the peak tourist season, so popular destinations can be more crowded.

Hot Season - March to May

The hot season in Thailand is characterised by high temperatures and humidity. While it can be hot, it's also a great time to visit if you're looking to enjoy the beach and water activities. The islands and coastal areas are popular during this time, and you can find some relief in the ocean. Be prepared for occasional short rain showers.

Rainy Season - June to October

The rainy season in Thailand brings more frequent and heavy rainfall, especially from July to September. While some areas can experience flooding, the rain is often in the form of short, intense showers. The lush landscapes and fewer tourists can make this a unique and budget-friendly time to visit. The Andaman Sea and Gulf of Thailand coasts have different rainy patterns, so you might choose one over the other based on their conditions.

Songkran Festival (April)

If you're interested in experiencing Thailand's famous water festival, Songkran, which marks the Thai New Year, you'll want to plan your visit for mid-April.

Currency

Thai Baht (THB)

Tip:

When exchanging money, it is best to do so at authorised money changers or banks to avoid counterfeit bills.

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+7)

 

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