THB: Thai baht
Stepping off the plane in Thailand, you’re transported to an idyllic paradise of luscious beaches, warm sunshine and rich green landscapes. If you’re looking for an exotic holiday with a touch of luxury in 2021, Thailand has it all.
A historic country with a diverse culture, welcoming people and multitude of wonderful attractions, Thailand is one of the most popular South-East Asian holiday destinations. From encounters with majestic elephants to exploring thick forests, Thailand boasts natural beauty that few places on earth can rival, and it has plenty of affordable, tourist-friendly attractions too. Whether you’re looking for the right destination for your family holidays, a romantic getaway with your significant other or are taking the plunge and looking to do some travelling, Thailand has something for everyone.
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Your guide to Thailand holidays
There’s an almost endless list of things to do on your Thailand holiday, owing to its status as a thriving tourist destination for holidaymakers from across the globe. Some of the top attractions in Thailand are the floating markets, which take place in Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa on boats. Here you’ll find vegetables, fruits and exotic local delicacies such as deep-fried sweet dough and squid. If you’re feeling adventurous, many vendors let you try a sample before you buy so you can expand your culinary horizon, as well as your cultural one.
You may have seen them in pictures, but nothing prepares you for the sight of the majestic limestone rock formations at Ao Phang Nga National Park. At the popular Elephant Hills attractions in Khao Sok National Park, you can make friends with Asian elephants in a safe environment with professional tour guides. At the grounds of the Grand Palace at Bangkok, you’ll find Wat Phra Kaew, the most renowned temple in Thailand. The temple is home to a stunning Emerald Buddha, named Kaew Morakot, which was painstakingly crafted from one piece of jade by hand. Thailand is of course renowned for its spirituality, so what better place to learn the art of meditation with Buddhist monks at the monastery of Chiang Mai?
A holiday in Thailand gives you the opportunity to explore two striking coastlines, both dotted with idyllic tropical islands and tranquil beaches. Thailand is a dream for those who like to travel between islands, with backpackers venturing here from all over the world to make their way around Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. To the west you’ll find Phi Phi Island and a series of picturesque inlets off Krabi. Krabi itself is famous for being home to a number of scenic beaches, but it’s not just beach-bums that are kept entertained here, as there’s also a bustling rock climbing scene.
On the western coast is Khao Lak, which was formerly a group of traditional fishing villages which have evolved into a beach haven for tourists. All in all, the diversity of beaches and resorts in Thailand makes it ideal for beach-lovers everywhere.
Prices last checked at 12:25 AM January 17, 2021