Thailand – Things to do

Thailand Attractions

Thailand offers a riveting introduction to south east Asia and as your friends may tell you, it has an infectious energy about it. The city streets of Bangkok – a city of more than 8 million people, throngs with activity. You’ll want to explore the exotic gulf of Thailand afterwards, it's emerald islands play home to some of the most beautiful hotels you’ve ever seen.

Ancient Ayutthaya by river cruise

Once the proud and powerful ancient capital of Siam - this is a wonderful opportunity to visit this magnificent site.

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Kanchanaburi - River Kwai Float House tour

With a variety of activities and excursions, this is a great option for visitors who want to know more about the history of this fascinating area.

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Floating market

This is an exciting and fun way to see the local life and to go bargain hunting.

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Wat Doi Suthep

Chiang Mai's temples

Chiang Mai is home to around 300 Buddhist temples, some of which are older than the 700-year-old city itself.

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Snorkelling in Koh Talu

Fabulous opportunity to enjoy swimming and snorkelling at Yai bay.

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Local life experience - Khao Lak

Take half a day to see how local Thai people live.

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Similan Island by speedboat

Experience some of the world’s finest beaches for snorkelling.

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Phi Phi Island by speedboat

Visit Maya beach (known famously as the location of film ‘The Beach’) monkey beach and viking cave.

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Cooking class - Koh Samui

Learn all the skills you need to cook one of Asia’s most varied and fascinating cuisines with Thai expert chefs.

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Thai food

Street food stalls are dotted throughout Thailand's streets in every city and town and offer a great way to taste authentic Thai.

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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.

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Thailand festivals

Immerse yourself in the Thai culture by planning your visit to Thailand around one of the many exciting festival.

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Thailand island hopping

Thailand is home to some amazing islands so why restrict yourself to just one?

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Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island

Explore the natural beauty of Thailand's picturesque limestone cliffs on our Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island tour.

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Thai Elephant Care Center

Situated about 25 kilometres northwest of Chiang Mai, this small elephant sanctuary is home to a number of elderly elephants – retired from active work in the entertainment and logging industries – as well as pregnant and ill elephants which need special care. You'll enjoy a variety of hands-on activities, including feeding and bathing these amazing gentle giants.

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