Thailand Tourism – Best Hotels, Attractions and Sightseeing

Friendly and fun-loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic holiday destination. Thailand radiates a golden hue from its glittering temples and tropical beaches to the ever-comforting Thai smile. Exotic and alluring, Thailand is synonymous with romance for many love-struck travelers. Idyllic beaches, cosmopolitan cities and remote jungle treks mean there’s plenty of variety for those planning a honeymoon.


Best times to visit Thailand

High Season (Nov–Mar)

  • A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.
  • Western Christmas and New Year’s holidays bring crowds and inflated rates.

Moderate Season (Apr–Jun, Sep & Oct)

  • April–June is generally very hot and dry, with an average Bangkok temperature of 30°C. Sea breezes in coastal areas provide natural air-con.
  • September and October are ideal for the north and the gulf coast.

Off-Season (Jul–Oct)

  • Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding.
  • Some islands shut down; boat service is limited during stormy weather.
  • Be flexible with travel plans.
  • Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

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Best Luxury Hotels
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Best Standard Hotels
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Best Budget Hotels
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Things not to miss in Thailand

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  • Ko Kood
  • Ayutthaya
  • Vegetarian Festivals, Phuket
  • Khmer ruins
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market
  • Wat Pho
  • Nakhon Si Thammarat
  • Khao Yai National Park
  • Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai
  • The Mae Hong Son loop

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  • The Grand Palace
  • Thai cookery classes in Chiang Mai
  • Nan
  • Traditional massage
  • Full moon party at Hat Rin, Ko Pha Ngan
  • Ko Lanta
  • Trekking
  • Riding the Death Railway, River Kwai
  • Rock-climbing
  • Sukhothai


 How to reach Thailand


By plane

The main international airports in Thailand are at Bangkok and Phuket, and both are well-served by intercontinental flights. Practically every airline that flies to Asia also flies into Bangkok, this means there are plenty of services and the competition on the routes helps to keep the ticket prices down.

International airports are also located at Hat Yai, Krabi, Ko Samui and Chiang Mai, though these largely restricted to flights from other Southeast Asian countries. Kuala Lumpur and Singapore make excellent places to catch flights into these smaller Thai cities, meaning you can skip the ever-present touts and queues at Bangkok.

The national carrier is the well-regarded Thai Airways, with Bangkok Airways filling in some gaps in the nearby region. Bangkok Airways offers free Internet access while you wait for boarding to start at your gate.

Chartered flights from and to Thailand from international destinations are operated by Hi Flying Group. They fly to Bangkok, Phuket, Ko Samui, and Udon Thani.

Many low-cost carriers serve Thailand including [Nok Air], Thai Air Asia and Thai Lion Air. See Discount airlines in Asia for an up to date list.

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