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FROM ISLAND PARADISE TO ANCIENT CULTURE, THAILAND HAS EVERYTHING

Best known for beautiful beaches, the culture is the real jewel of a Thailand holiday. Both ancient and ever-present, it lives on in daily life, from glittering temples in bustling Bangkok to the well-preserved traditions of remote hill tribes.

The incredible natural landscapes, from beaches and rivers to mountains and jungle, are jaw-dropping in their beauty and the flavoursome cuisine is one of the most loved in all of Asia.

Whatever your passion, Thailand is sure to please. There are cooking classes for foodies, world-class shopping for some retail therapy, war remnants and ancient ruins for history buffs, pristine landscapes for nature-lovers and boundless beaches for some well-deserved rest and relaxation.

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thailand highlights

  • Enjoy local hospitality at a homestay in Ayutthaya

    Experience real life in Thailand by staying in the home of welcoming locals and enjoying authentic Thai home cooking at its finest.

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  • Discover local crafts near Sukhothai

    Admire the array of colours on show at a community-run textiles project, and unleash your creative side by trying your hand at ceramic painting and cotton weaving at a class near Sukhothai.

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  • Taste Thailand

    Discover the best of Thai street food on a foodie walking tour, and get to know the mouthwatering flavours of Thailand’s regional cuisine by learning the secrets of Thai cooking at a class in Chiang Mai, Sukhothai or Bangkok.

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  • Stay in a tented camp on the banks of the River Kwai

    Plunge yourself into rural Thailand in a comfortable camp in the jungle, right next to the river made famous by the Second World War bridge.

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  • Get amongst the action in buzzing Bangkok

    Discover the different sides to bustling Bangkok with a walking tour that introduces you to the many treasures between the skyscrapers, from the majesty of the Grand Palace to its smaller temples and shrines.

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  • Elephant Hills in Khao Sok National Park

    Witness elephant conservation at work and spend a unique night in a luxury floating tent at the rainforest camp of Elephant Hills in Khao Sok National Park.

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  • Pink dolphins in Khanom

    A local long-tail boat takes you gliding across the waters of Khanom, where you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the endangered pink dolphin, a rare and striking albino breed.

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  • Get hands-on on Koh Klang Island

    Throw yourself into local life on picturesque Koh Klang Island, where friendly locals show you how to take part in community arts and crafts such as batik painting.

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  • Visit Mae Klang Luang Ecotourism Community

    At this community-based project, get a taste of traditional rural life in Thailand by experiencing what it’s like to work in the famous terraced rice fields.

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  • A luxe stay on a pristine beach

    No Thailand holiday would be complete without indulging in a stay at a luxury beach resort, such as the peaceful Aava Resort and Spa on Nadan Beach.

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Thailand reviews verified by Reevoo

Sights / Places to go
8.3
Cuisine
8.7
Overall rating
8.5
Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 10 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
9 out of 10

John

Gold Coast, Australia Couple
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Elephants World - wonderful day
Hellfire Pass - brilliant
Due to our age and level of fitness we opted out of the trek to the village out of Chiang Mai and spent a wonderful day relaxing in the superb Ratilanna Hotel
We didn't think very highly of the local guide in Northern Thailand - Nui. Very difficult to hear her briefings in the noisy tuk-tuk taxis, and not very informative on bus journeys when she could have given so much more information about the countryside, vegetation, etc. The other guides were SO good she paled in comparison.
Confirmed traveller: 25 October 2015
Published on: 13 November 2015
8 out of 10

Susan

Wellington Friends
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Hintok tented village
Hill tribes
Hellfire pass
All pretty good.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed traveller: 25 October 2015
Published on: 10 November 2015
10 out of 10

Christine

Wellington, New Zealand Friends
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Loved the street food and the friendly people
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed traveller: 25 October 2015
Published on: 10 November 2015