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Thailand Hotels and Flights

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Land of smiles

From wandering the busy Bangkok streets to exploring the lush jungle and relaxing on the picturesque beaches; Thailand offers an adventure that’s all about contrast.

Renowned for delicious food, warm hospitality and beautiful vistas, Thailand is also a snorkelling and diving paradise with crystal clear seas and kaleidoscopic marine life waiting to be discovered beneath the surface. Don’t just settle for one location: experience more of Thailand with some island hopping, with each island offering a brand new experience and unique sights; from Koh Samui for stunning temples and rainforest to Phuket for lazy days on palm-fringed beaches.

If you want to extend your travels, why not spend a few extra nights in buzzing Dubai for a spot of retail therapy and city culture? Hong Kong is also a stone’s throw away with its breathtaking skylines and colourful past, making it the perfect partner to your Thailand travels.

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Things to do in Thailand

Island Hopping

Why stick to one island when you can hop around to see even more of Thailand? Jump from hideaway paradise beaches to buzzing city breaks; whatever takes your fancy.

Go scuba diving and snorkelling

Marvel at coral and swim with stunning fish in Thailand, perfect for PADI divers and first-time snorkellers alike. We recommend Koh Tao for the best underwater experience.

Thailand festivals

From New Year festivities to springtime’s Songkran; Thailand is known for its festivals. Get ready to party and celebrate Thai culture during your stay.

Exploring Northern Thailand

Soak up authentic culture in Northern Thailand with its distinct food, language, landscape and architecture; offering quite the break from bustling Bangkok.

Grand Palace Bangkok

Perhaps Thailand’s most beautiful temple, the Grand Palace in Bangkok is a spectacular sight. The ornate palace and its beautiful grounds are sure to take your breath away.

Thai markets

For a shopping trip with a twist, head to Thailand’s buzzing markets, offering an authentic insight into local life. From street markets to those floating on the river, shop till you drop and bag yourself a bargain.

Wat Pho

Offering a unique combination of meditation and medicine, Wat Pho is a true sight to be seen. Culture vultures are sure to love this beautiful temple compound.

Thai Wildlife

Get up close to Thailand's wildlife; see majestic elephants in the wild, an experience like no other, and marvel at the country's beautiful bird life.

Thai Food

Thailand is known for its delicious cuisine, packed full of flavour and spice. From the famed green curry to more unusual dishes, Thai food is sure to satisfy your taste buds.
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Excursions in and around Thailand

The Bridge over the River Kwai

Visit one of Thailand’s most historic structures, built during World War II and teeming with history. With stunning views of the river, it’s a humble place to visit.
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Flight Information

There are a number of carriers offering flights to Thailand from the UK.

Direct Carriers: Thai Airways, Eva Air and British Airways offer a direct service from the UK.

Indirect Carriers: Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways, Qantas and Etihad all offer indirect services from the UK.


While some people may leave the small change from a large note, tipping isn’t generally expected and is in no way mandatory in Thailand. Many hotels and restaurants include a 10 percent service charge, but if you receive exceptional service then an additional gratuity would be appreciated. In taxis it is customary to just ‘round up’.


Hepatitis A, Polio and Typhoid immunisations and malaria tablets are recommended. All travellers should be up to date on routine immunisations. Yellow fever immunisation is required if arriving from an infected country or area. For full details, please contact your GP.

Visa Information

British Passport holders are not required a visa to enter Thailand for tourist stays up to 30 days only, more than sufficient for most holidays to Thailand. Your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay in Thailand. Please contact the Thai Embassy for up to date country and visa information on 0207 589 2944.


You can exchange your UK Pounds for the Thai Baht (pronounced Baaht) prior to leaving the UK, but you will generally save a few Baht if you wait and do it upon arrival. There are several currency exchanges at Bangkok's international airport. FOREX booths are sprinkled throughout the larger cities and post their daily exchange rates on electronic notice boards.

How to get your currency

Cash exchanges incur no commissions or fees, so cash is the easiest, and in most cases the cheapest way to go. However, this has obvious risks associated with it, so do be careful carrying excessive amounts. Traveller’s cheques are generally only accepted at banks or foreign exchange shops and you will incur a commission fee. Cash machines are plentiful throughout Thailand. Major credit cards are accepted by most hotels and restaurants. Smaller merchants may not accept cards or will add a fee.

Currency code

THB - Thai Baht