Thailand Package Holidays

Package Holidays to Thailand

Thailand has so much for visitors to see and do, including the Golden Triangle with an elephant ride through the jungle, temple ruins at Wiang Kum Kam, or the 700 year old city and temples around Chiang Mai.

Thailand travel packages usually include return flights and airport taxes, as well as transfers to the resorts from the airport, or between resorts for island hopping packages. They also include accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis. Packages will often include complimentary Thai massages or spa treatments but do not include travel insurance or items of a personal nature.

Most popular areas in Thailand

Thailand offers visitors a wide choice of destinations depending on what you are looking for.
Phuket is the most developed island with an International airport. It offers many luxury resorts, but is overly popular.
Ko Phi Phi is almost completely rebuilt after the Tsunami. It has a popular singles scene, very good diving and snorkelling.
Ko Lanta’s sedate water makes it a family favourite and boasts good value budget guesthouses. Not particularly scenic although it is good for snorkelling and diving.
Ko Jum is a small island with traditional Muslim village and a handful of bungalows.
Ko Ngai is popular for its fine snorkelling and pretty beaches. It is a good base for day-trips to the other islands.
Ko Muk is home to the infamous Emerald Cave. It boasts lovely sunsets, good swimming and is also a good base for day-trips to other islands.
Ko Samui is Thailand’s second most developed island. It offers everything from deserted beaches to supermarkets and is very popular with tourists.
Ko Pha Ngan is home to the world renowned Full Moon Party and boasts over a dozen bays and beaches, some developed, others deserted.

Info about Thailand

Thailand lies in the heart of Southeast Asia. The local climate is tropical and characterized by monsoons. The north of the country is mountainous with the centre of the country dominated by the flat Chao Phraya river valley. The south consists of the narrow Kra Isthmus that widens into the Malay Peninsula. The Andaman Sea is Thailand’s most precious natural resource as it hosts the most popular and luxurious resorts in Asia. Thai culture has been shaped by many influences, including Chinese, Lao, Burmese, Cambodian, and Indian and makes it a fascinating cultural experience. Thai cuisine blends five tastes: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty and is an ideal destination for gastronomic travellers.

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