THAILAND

THAILAND

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Miles of tropical, sun-drenched beaches, fascinating culture, exotic wildlife, and modern, bustling cities: we love Thailand because it offers a little bit of everything for everybody. Imagine strolling down a stretch of pristine, white sand beach amid a backdrop of lush, verdant jungles one day, then visiting the sumptuous Thai Buddhist wats (temples), resplendent with ornate, gold decor and ubiquitous, orange-robed monks the next. Thailand, land of friendly smiles, will entice you with its fascinating culture, sumptuous food, tropical climate, and stunning beaches.

Key information

Time difference
+7 hours
Local currency
Thai baht
KOH SAMUI

Koh Samui is Thailand's most dynamic chameleon, a cosmopolitan melting pot of experiences and sensations. Palm-fringed shorelines and granite peaks cloaked in virgin rainforest offset cultural sights and delicious, varied cuisine. From relaxing to active, spiritual to lively, we love the choice Koh Samui has to offer. Experience the serenity of Wat Khunaram, crowded beaches throbbing with activity, or isolated stretches of peaceful white sand; Koh Samui has a little something for everyone.

PATTAYA

Pattaya is now a world-class holiday destination, and Pattaya hotels have come a long way from the island's origins as a peaceful fishing village. With excellent water-sports facilities, Pattaya has plenty to keep you occupied, and if you fancy deep sea diving or snorkelling, just take a boat trip to the neighbouring islands. Once night falls, the nightlife heats up, with a host of bustling beach bars and clubs. With delicious local restaurants, buzzing markets and pristine beaches, Pattaya holidays are a great introduction to Thailand.

PHUKET

Phuket Town

There are a lot of threads in Phuket’s tourism tapestry. The island is just off Thailand’s southwest coast and its capital, Phuket Town, is an animated city of early-morning markets and beeping tuk tuks.

40-kilometre coast

The coastline, meanwhile, is home to a league of beaches – 40 kilometres’ worth to be exact. Some of the stretches of sand are pin-drop quiet. All 11 kilometres of Mai Khao Beach are protected as part of the Sirinat National Park, so there are hardly any signs of life along its breadth.

Kamala Beach

Kamala Beach is another one that keeps itself to itself. The unspoilt sand here is accompanied by a village with Thai tradition at its heart. This is the place to come to learn local cookery or to experience an authentic Thai massage.

Patong Beach

At the other end of the scale you’ve got Patong Beach. Like all good sandpits, this place was made for playtime – it’s just footsteps away from a directory’s worth of bars and restaurants. After sunset, the main strip is closed to vehicles, and human traffic fills the streets, making U-turns in and out of bars and discos.