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Thailand Holidays

Thailand is an expansive, amazing country, full of history and featuring a wealth of attractions both old and new. The capital, Bangkok, offers a mixture of bustling modern skyscrapers and city life together with beautiful countryside and intriguing culture. Boasting a temperate climate and stunning coastline, Thailand is both ideal for a beach holiday and perfect for exploring and discovering one of the world's most diverse and interesting countries.


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Population - 67 million
Capital - Bangkok
Currency - Thai baht
Time Difference - GMT + 7 hours
Average flight time from London - 11-13 hours
Language - Thai
Religion - Buddhism
Telephone - International Dial - 00 66

When To Go

With its climate controlled by the tropical monsoons, Thailand is hot and humid throughout the year. The northern, central and north-eastern areas are affected by three seasons; cool season, hot season and rainy season. The southern coastal regions of Thailand, however, are only affected by two, rainy season and dry season.

In the north, the dry season spans from November to May, with November to February known as the cool season and March through to May the hot season. Northern Thailand experiences the majority of its rainfall between May and November when it is dominated by the southwest monsoon.

The southern coastal area of Thailand can be split into southwest and southeast. The west, including areas such as Krabi, Phi Phi Island and Phuket, experiences intense storms from April to October, while the eastern areas like Koh Phangan and Koh Samui are wettest between September and December. This combination ensures that, with a little planning, visitors wishing to enjoy the beautiful beaches can do so without having to deal with the rain.

What To See


Thailand is a vast, diverse nation that offers a plethora of attractions for families and adults alike, with vibrant festivals, spectacular national parks and exciting recreational activities.

Northern Thailand is known for its stunning scenery, culture and elephants. In Chiang Mai you have the opportunity to bathe with these magnificent creatures, while many visitors go trekking through the hills to the Golden Triangle and witness the traditional lives of the hill tribes.

Central Thailand offers a range of different attractions, from the impressive modern structures in the heart of Bangkok to the Grand Palace and Khao Yai, the oldest national park in Thailand. You can explore the ancient cities of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai and float down the River Kwai in a floating hut.

Southern Thailand offers a combination of gorgeous beaches and stunning tropical rainforest. Visitors can enjoy water sports or snorkelling and diving around beautiful coral reefs and discovering secret islands, while many choose to relax on the pristine beaches with cocktails as they admire the views.

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