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Luxury Thailand Holidays
One of the top tourist destinations, Thailand in Southeast Asia is a beautiful country to visit. It doesn’t fail to provide incredible attractions from golden beaches, tropical rainforests, rocky jungle-topped islands, remarkable temples, ancient monasteries, and exceptionally fascinating culture. Above all, the people of Thailand are greatly hospitable and kind-hearted, which is why it has inherited the nickname of ‘The Land of Smiles’. The perfect combination for a luxury holiday to Thailand.
Bangkok, Thailand’s exuberant capital city is at the top of the list to visit. Being the most visited city in the world, with rich culture, delicious Thai cuisine, and spectacular sights, the urban city is a tourist’s dream. Don’t let the speculation and reputation for busy traffic put you off, getting around is not too difficult if you avoid rush hour. We recommend seeing the city by canoe or boat, not only are you escaping the traffic but allowing yourself to see the quiet and serene side of Bangkok, taking you back to its traditional roots.
To get the best experience from your luxury Thailand holiday, we suggest viewing Bangkok’s dazzling Royal Grand Palace, Thailand’s official royal residence for 150 years and the city’s most famous landmark. With its breath-taking architecture and intricate details visitors always leave the palace in complete awe. The city also has many beautifully traditional temples, such as the Wat Arun or Wat Chaeng (Temple of the Dawn) on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Don’t forget to add Bangkok’s colourful floating markets to your list, with delicate wooden boats piled high with tropical produce, and local food cooked in floating kitchens, you won’t want to miss out on experiencing the culture of Bangkok’s famous floating markets.
Thailand’s largest island Phuket is a wonderful place with stretches of beautiful beaches and impressive mountains, 70% of Phuket is covered in mountains. Thailand without a doubt has the most divine and unspoiled beaches in the world, with sparkling clear waters, golden palm-fringed sands, and abundant in marine life, the beaches of Phuket are no exception, and it makes for a perfect luxurious Thailand holiday. A tropical getaway would not be complete without a beach, not only are Thailand’s beaches for relaxing during the day they are also transformed into all-night beach parties in the evening. There is something about dancing by the sea that makes you feel alive. As well as relaxing and partying on its beautiful beaches, Phuket has a fantastic array of attractions and activities including the Khao Phra Thaeo National Park, the Naka Weekend Market, the Big Buddha, and visiting the Green Elephant Sanctuary Park.
Thailand’s beaches are very diverse so whatever your preference, you can find your ideal spot. The south of the country has the pick of the beaches, where there is a cluster of islands in the Gulf of Thailand, known as Koh Samui Archipelago. The island of Koh Samui is one of the islands in the cluster: beautifully palm-fringed beaches, a diverse and dense rainforest, and a variety of cultural attractions making it one of the favourites among tourists. For the foodies, the most popular seaside towns, Lamai, Chaweng and Maenam have many amazing restaurants which not only serve traditional Thai cuisine but also have steakhouses, American, Italian, French, and Lebanese restaurants. To get the most out of your exclusive holiday to Thailand, we suggest eating at the Samui Seaford Grill & Restaurant and Jahn, a Thai fusion restaurant with gorgeous views.
An uncrowded tourist destination, Khao Lak is located on Thailand’s southwest coast in the Phang-Nga region. A perfect getaway for people who like the quiet life, this dreamy paradise is fantastic for those looking for a luxury experience. The laid-back island is host to untouched beaches looking upon waters that are favoured for swimming, diving, and snorkelling. Shopping is plentiful with two main shopping centres: Bang La on and Bang Niang, both filled with delights and local treasures to purchase. To take note, the best way to get around is by taxi and tuk-tuks.
Thailand is an outstanding and beautifully diverse cultural country, for both adventure and relaxation. For an exclusive holiday to Thailand, there are plenty of hotels in Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui, and Khao Lak to suit your needs with all-inclusive packages.
When is the best time to go to Thailand?
Thailand’s weather is typically warm and humid, however, there are dry and wet seasons. The best time to visit Thailand is between November and March due to its warm but comfortable weather. April to May has the hottest temperatures so bare this in mind if you prefer a cooler climate. From July to November is monsoon season, so expect rain and lots of it if you travel to Thailand in these months. Some activities and islands may be closed due to this, so keep this in mind before you travel. At Luxury Holidays we have an impressive range of hotels open all year round for you to stay at on your luxury Thailand holiday.
Luxury Multi-Centre Holidays
Thailand has immense potential for a multi-centre holiday even within its own borders, combining the city of Bangkok, and the southern beaches with the exciting north. Apart from this, the great thing about Thailand is its central location in Asia, it's only two hours from Singapore, three hours from Hong Kong, and four hours from Bali, making it really easy for your luxury Thai holiday to become a luxury multi-destination holiday. Thailand is also an excellent stopover option for those traveling to Australia and New Zealand. Enquire today to get a quote for your next luxury Thai holiday.
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Luxury Multi Centre Holidays
Thailand has immense potential for a twin-centre holiday even within its own borders, combining Bangkok and beach, or the southern beaches with the exciting north. Apart from this, the great thing about Thailand is its central location in Asia -- it's only two hours from Singapore, three hours from Hong Kong and four hours from Bali, so all of these would combine perfectly with Thailand for a two-centre holiday. It's also an excellent stopover option for those travelling to Australia and New Zealand.