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Bangkok Tour Guide - Tom J.

Ladies & Gentlemen, Please feel free to call me "Tom". Being a native Bangkokian, I was born, has grown up and worked in longer than 30 years. The capital city of Thailand, Bangkok is mixed together between new and old, modern and traditional. No matter what kind of tourists you are, people watching lovers, history/culture learners, shopping paradise, gourmet tasty foods…, Bangkok is for sure the right spot for you to land and enjoy it, then I’m pleased to show you around and guide through it, sharing its background story not only its well-known attractions but also off the beaten paths and hidden gems. If you need to find something unique, I’m ready in taking you to its suburb and vicinity, for example, Ayutthaya, Samut Prakan and many more. Come with me and let’s marvel at the world famous Thai temples or wander among world heritage sites, breathe the fresh air along the white-sandy beach, view Thai local ways of life or visit charming old china town- or scary museum in the hospital. Whether you’re a solo traveler or in a group and any other criteria possibly have is based on what you informed me. If this is your first visit, Bangkok certainly will log you in with its magic spell and I’ll try every ways possible to let you want to come back, so let me be a part of your great journey in my hometown today. Drop me your words in need and I’ll generate a tailor-made tour according to your own interests and conditions. Thanks a lot and see you soon, Tom, ………………………………………………………………………… Credentials; - Certified and Licensed Tour Guide from The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) : A qualified tour guide, who’s legally able leading tours in Bangkok and all over Thailand since 2013. - Master Degree in Communicative English from the public university in Thailand since 2005.                                                                                                                                  

Bangkok Tour Guide - Worawut K.

We have 12 years of experience in food guiding tour in Bangkok. Our tour only conduct in English and our clients are mainly from English speaking countries. We bring our customers to taste 7 different kind of dishes.                                                                                                                                  

Chiang Mai Tour Guide - Chatthabhol J.

Chatthabhol J.

Sawadee everyone. i'm petch, and i am a local guide from chiang mai, north thailand. i am fluent in english and also have a tour guide license. i really enjoyed traveling and making new friends. while i travel.  i was born in ching mai, and i got to experience the tourist attractions in chiang mai and chiang rai provinces: exp, temples, national parks, local restaurants,local people, hill tribe villages, coffee shops, etc. i would love to travel to new places in thailand, explore the world, and share my experiences to help others make the right decision or schedule when they want to visit a new place. thank you so much                                                                                                                                   .

Bangkok Tour Guide - Pattaranin P.

Pattaranin P.

I love to drive because i want to travelling and see what it waitting for me at the destination but i will be cool to have someone share great moment together                                                                                                                                  , new thailand tour guides.

Bangkok Tour Guide - Nusara R.

Well, here is Tour Guide Nusara speaking. I welcome you all to the beautiful land of smiles Thailand. I live in Bangkok and I love to share the Thai culture with the visitors, visiting to Thailand. My hobbies are playing sports (Badminton, Swimming, etc), reading books, and playing with my pet, as I'm a cat lover! I can also cook! I like to cook Thai food such as the Papaya salad!. The strong points that set me apart from others would be that I'm friendly and I'm very flexible! My passion is traveling. so I would love to take everyone to enjoy and see how the beautiful Thailand is! Please, join me!                                                                                                                                  

Bangkok Tour Guide - Chawanwit (kay) K.

Chawanwit (kay) K.

My name is chawanwit or “kay”. i was born, raised, and educated in bangkok, thailand. i’ve been working as a licensed professional tour guide since 1984 and also escorted tours overseas. i worked for chris rowthorn the lonely planet’s author for 8 years. i started my tour company in november 2019, i am running a business base on my entire tourism experience, and knowledge and i do have a small team of professional tour guides incorporated. we know the city of bangkok and nearby attractions like the back of our hand. in addition to knowing the famous places, we know the secret and rarely visited places. most importantly, we know how to get you around bangkok comfortably and efficiently. and we know the best local restaurants where you can enjoy the food that we locals enjoy. so, please contact me and let us help you get the best out of your visit to thailand.                                                                                                                                  .

Bangkok Tour Guide - Chob P.

We would like to share our knowledge & experience with visitors and make them feel comfortable with the city. Of course, we love our job!                                                                                                                                  

Chiang Mai Tour Guide - Pannathat  C.

Pannathat C.

I am a professional english speaking tour guide who is a local in chiang mai and has been involved in thailand tourism for 20 years. my strong experience can ensure your satisfaction and fun during travel. i am truely cares about sustainable tourism that environment and local community must be protected. my personal funny character and all-time smile on face will make your day brighter.                                                                                                                                  , popular thailand private tours.

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Bangkok Full Day Tour of Three Most Magnificent Temples

If you have been in bangkok but never visited the thai temples before, you should do it to truly understand what the thai way of life is about. with this tour, you will visit three of the most magnificent thai temples, a must-see that travellers should not miss for whatever reasons. are you ready for a tour that you will remember for the rest of your life these marvelous structures will make you life long memorable because wherever one turns you will be amazed how worthwhile it is..

Thailand Tour Guide - Tom J.

Phuket Private Tour as-you-like

This tour cover my favorite places in phuket island. please choose 4-6 places from the list of more than 20 places in phuket, than i will make an itinerary according to your interests. if you have some question, please feel free to talk with me..

Thailand Tour Guide - Vatin J.

A Full Day Trip Pattaya Tour

According this trip, we are going to enjoy what pattaya, located on the east coast of the gulf of thailand and far away from bangkok 160 kms , has to offer. nowadays, pattaya is very famous all over the world which not only its beauty of natural settings like pattaya beach lies parallel to the city center about 2.7 km long but also the magnificent man-made things, for example, the sanctuary of truth, the tropical nongnuch garden and many more..

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Phuket elephant camp, Tiger Kingdom and View Point

In this tour, i will take you to do my favorite activity in phuket. you will excite at the elephant camp that you can do many activities here. the most popular is elephant trekking. and then you will be close up with tiger like never before at tiger kingdom. the last stop point will be the view point that you can see 3 beaches from here., new thailand private tours.

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A Full Day Trip Bangkok-Pattaya

Regarding this trip, we are going to explore and enjoy what pattaya has to offer. it is on the east coast of the gulf of thailand and far away from bangkok 160 kms approximately. nowadays, pattaya is very famous all over the world which not only its beauty of natural settings like pattaya beach lies parallel to the city center about 2.7 km long but also the magnificent man-made things, for example, the sanctuary of truth, the tropical nongnuch garden and many more..

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A Full Day Tour Bangkok Suburb

Regarding this trip, you all will admire the biggest and tallest stupa of thailand called phrapathom chedi in nakhon pathom province. other than that, the human imagery museum is an attraction very interesting for you to prove that how life like they are. also, at jesada technik museum will let you enjoy a lot of old and classic vehicles and life along the waterways at mahasawas canal which we ride you immerse the peaceful and tranquil atmosphere..

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Bangkok Chinatown Half Day Tour

Bangkok's chinatown is one of the most authentic and original spots in bangkok, when i was quite young, yaowarat is one of my favorite areas for strolling. there are a lot of tiny lanes and narrow alleyways which have its own charming for exploration. moreover, yaowarat road at night time, with abundance of tasty food stalls and restaurants opening up and electric neon lights shining the air until the wee hours..

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A Personal Shopper

Take you on a shopping spree tailored to your own tastes, assist you find what you want & save your time, negotiate a good price, the best place to buy thai silk, thai arts & crafts, thai hand-made jewelry, international & local designer clothing boutiques , genuine wholesalers and chatuchak weekend market: where to buy a thousand local products.

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Chiang Mai Cultural & Natural Tour

Chiang mai is a place where you can find mountains, winter mist, and vibrant hill tribes. in 1296, the city was established as the capital of the ancient lanna kingdom. our first stop at tha phae gate. a landmark that is well-known and must be photographed. head to the mountains, roughly 17 km from the city, to view wat phra that doi suthep & wat pha lat in the jungle. after that, go to long neck village & have lunch at dan thewada. take pleasure in the shady scenery & waterfalls at the end..

Thailand Tour Guide - Chatthabhol J.

Chiang Mai Night Temple Tour

Wat umong suan phutthatham to explore the tunnels, pagoda, marvel at the natural surroundings or for a meditation retreat, you will leave with a sense of peace and appreciation for the quiet, buddhist way of life. after that, go to the famous temple. this sacred temple was built in the 14th century and has a long and colorful history to learn about. the temple grounds had a variety of stunning statues, a golden pagoda, murals, a view point, and other artwork that showcased and honored buddhism..

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Chiang Rai Day Tour ( From Chiang Mai )

Begin our journey in chiang mai and move towards chiang rai city.take a day to visit the most popular places in northern thailand. visit wat rong khun (white temple), wat rong seur ten (blue temple), baan dam(black museum), and then meet the karen long neck tribe village.reach the golden triangle, where thailand, laos, and myanmar come together at the common border of 3 countries. our itinerary includes a boat trip along the renowned mekong river and a visit to the laos market near the border..

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Bangkok Big Buddha and The Old Community

Visiting wat paknam bhasicharoen (big buddha)by boat . traveling to attractions that are unique and memorable in the heart of thai people such as a museum(baan kudichin).learning how to cook thai food using fresh and local ingredients. i'm telling this stories about way of life and waiting for you to see with your owns eyes..

Thailand Tour Guide - Pattaranin P.

Thailand Tour Reviews

Estefania R.

HALF DAY TOUR FROM BANGKOK TO FLOATING MARKET

“ Very nice trip with an amazing guide! ”

Nusara was very nice with us! She was very attentive and was explaining us everything, giving many details about what we were visiting, live style, history... we were very comfortable with her. 100% recomended!

Estefania R.

Thank you so much for your review. I had a really good time with you both. And really hope to see you again with your baby. Have a nice day ever. Miss you. Nusara R.

Alexander D.

“ worst guide ever ”

only a glorified taxi driver. took us to a paddle boat center that charged us $125 for two hours and he would not even get in the boat with us. we later learned the place charged twice the going rate too! no tour guide info hardly at all all day! stay away

DAY TRIP TO AYUTTHAYA FROM BANGKOK

stay away from this guide. he is a glorified taxi driver who does not care about his customers except to make money

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Thailand is an idyllic paradise, where jungle-covered karsts plunge into aquamarine waters and the sand is sugar white.

But no matter how clichéd the fantasy, Thailand delivers in spades. The water around Krabi and Ko Tao really is that deep, cool shade of blue. Phi Phi’s limestone karsts really do look like some alien world. And the food? Let’s just say your local Pad Thai has nothing on Chiang Mai’s street stalls or the floating markets of Amphawa, where little old ladies do things with fish sauce and chili you never thought possible. From the waterfalls of Erawan to a homestay with the hill tribes of the Golden Triangle, these adventures go beyond the tourist traps. Buckle up.

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Best time to visit thailand.

Thailand's climate is generally hot, humid, and at times (like other South East Asian countries) monsoonal. The seasons differ from coast to coast, so depending on which areas you're visiting, the weather can vary.

Thailand's mainland region is great to visit from November to February when the weather is cooler and dryer.

If you are planning on visiting the Gulf Coast (east), avoid the northeast monsoon that brings rain from October to January. For destinations like Phuket on the west side of the peninsula, the best time is November to April to avoid the other monsoon which causes Thailand's wet season from May to October.

Read more about the best time to visit Thailand

Culture and customs

Often considered the epicenter of Buddhism, religion permeates daily life in Thailand. Sprinkled throughout the country are thousands of golden temples, where you’ll find Buddhist monks in orange robes walking the streets. Young men are expected to spend some time as a monk as it bestows honor on their families. Visitors should be respectful of monks and dress modestly when visiting a temple (cover your knees and shoulders and remove your shoes).

Like other Asian nations, the concept of ‘saving face’ is important. This means avoiding conflict or embarrassment in order to preserve social standing, dignity, and honor. Thai people will go out of their way to avoid ‘losing face’. Losing your temper or raising your voice are surefire ways to lose face and can be perceived as volatile or rude.

Eating and drinking

Thai food has everything from spicy dishes packed with chilis to milder coconut-based curries. With street stalls and night markets all over the country, it's really easy to pick up a snack wherever you are in Thailand. On many Intrepid trips, you'll be given the opportunity to have dinner with a local family – this offers a great chance to see how meals are prepared and learn more about the local culture. Go a step further on our 8-day Thailand Read Food Adventure to watch, eat, prepare, and present tasty and traditional Thai cuisine.

Things to try in Thailand

1. Pad Thai (Phat Thai)

A well-known dish but for good reason. This delicious plate of stir-fried rice noodles garnished with peanuts is full of flavor and can be served with fresh prawns, chicken, tofu, or vegetables.

2. Tom Yum (Tom Yam)

Usually prepared with stock, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, and chili, this soup is widely available in Thailand and has been popularised around the world. 

3. Green curry

One of many curries that Thais do so well. Green curry consists of chicken, Thai eggplant, and chilies bathed in a coconut milk-based sauce.

4. Som tam (green papaya salad)

This northern dish of shredded raw papaya, cherry tomatoes, and green beans is a tantalizing mix of sweet, spicy, and sour flavors.

5. Coconut water

For a super fresh thirst quencher, try coconut water straight from the husk.

6. Tropical fruit

Fruit shakes and fresh fruit juices are widely available from markets and restaurants – make the most of all the tropical fruits of Thailand.

Geography and environment

Sharing borders with South East Asian neighbors  Cambodia ,   Laos ,   Malaysia   , and   Myanmar   (Burma), Thailand's natural environment varies greatly from region to region. From the steamy jungles and misty highlands in the north to the white sand beaches and picturesque islands of the south, Thailand's everchanging landscape has been fascinating and entertaining travelers for centuries. 

The capital, Bangkok, is a heaving, urban jungle with skyscrapers, street vendors, markets, cars, tuk-tuks, bicycles, and masses of people all competing for space. Despite this, there are pockets of quiet beauty to be found with parks, temples, and traditional shop fronts scattered throughout the city. 

Rural areas in the north are typically quieter, with locals living a more traditional way of life; the frenetic pace of the city giving way to a more slow-paced, agricultural-based lifestyle. Houses are simple, there's more space and less of the modern conveniences. Jungles, rivers, bamboo huts, and teak houses are more commonly seen here, and birds and other animal life are more abundant.

History and government

Early history.

Communities based on agriculture (such as rice growing) inhabited Siam (Thailand) as early as the 6th century. In the following centuries, Siam came under the influence of the Khmer, Dvaravati, and Malay cultures, with some temples and monuments in modern-day Thailand showing evidence of this influence. In the 13th century, the city of Sukhothai in northern Thailand became an important capital. The ruins of the Sukhothai Historical Park (a UNESCO World Heritage site) feature remnants of the royal palace, temples, and other buildings and highlight the artistic and architectural features of the era. 

Ayutthaya rose to prominence as the new capital in the 14th century and was considered a powerhouse of South East Asia as one of the most important centers of trade in the world. Enduring many battles, invasions, overthrows, and coups, Ayutthaya's far-reaching trade with other regions ensured a flourishing influence of art, weaponry, religion, and cuisine. Much wealth was generated by this enormous empire, with grand palaces, ornate buildings, and huge temples featured throughout the city. All this came to an end when the Burmese invaded in the 18th century, bringing the kingdom to ruin and resulting in the loss of many artistic and cultural treasures. Despite this, the ruins of the city are still standing, have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, and are a great day trip from Bangkok. See the sights of ancient and recent Thai history during a 3 day River Kwai and Ancient Thai Kingdoms tour.

Recent history

Thonburi was established as the capital of Siam by General Taksin in the late 18th century, yet this didn't last long with Taksim being deposed and executed not long after. Bangkok was then named capital by General Chakri, who became Rama I - the first king of the Rama Dynasty.

Over the years, Siam (Thailand) remained the only South East Asian country to remain free from European colonization. In 1932, the Siamese Revolution resulted in a constitutional monarchy being formed, and in 1941, Thailand invaded French Indochina, overpowered the French, and claimed Laos.

In the last thirty years, Thailand has seen political power change hands many times, often due to coups, revolutions, and protests. Despite this, Thailand’s economy continues to grow due to its strong tourist industry. Enduring all this, the much-loved King Rama IX has reigned as the Head of State since 1946 - claiming the title of the longest-reigning monarch in the world and providing Thai people with a stable figure to rely upon.

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Whether you're traveling by tuk-tuk through the crazy streets, cycling along backroads, or taking a longtail through the khlongs, the journey in Bangkok is definitely half the fun. Drop into the stunning Grand Palace, see the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, and wind your way through floating markets.

Start and finish an incredible 30 day South East Asia Loop in the exciting epicenter that is Bangkok.

2. Chiang Mai

This northern capital is overflowing with experiences. Temple-hop through some - or all - of its 300 temples, take a cooking class to learn the secrets of Thai cuisine, and explore the Night Bazaar for delicious food, designer goods, and a foot massage to die for.

Experience the magic of Chiang Mai on our 4 day Chiang Mai Adventure

If you ever wondered what was below Thailand's turquoise waters, this is the place to look. Learn to dive or pull on snorkeling gear to discover the fish and reefs that call this coastline home. Shark Island is close by for adrenaline seekers.

Choose your Ko Tao adventure on a 10 day Thailand Beaches: Bangkok to Ko Samui tour.

4. Hilltribe Country

Thailand's north is home to many of the country's minority groups. A hike along buffalo tracks will take you through colorful H'mong, Karen, and Lisu villages. Spend a night as their guest for a unique insight into their life.

Spend a night as their guest for a unique insight into their life on our 5 day Thailand Hilltribe Trek.

5. Ayuthaya

Modern meets ancient in Ayuthaya. The current city intertwines itself with the remnants of what was once one of Asia's great capitals. Walk the streets in search of clues to its imperial past and hire a bike to ride through the countryside, exploring the area's ruins.

Enjoy this historical park for yourself during a 10 day Highlights of Thailand tour.

6. Sukhothai

This former capital is a history buff's heaven. Nicknamed the 'Dawn of Happiness', Sukhothai still recalls Siam's golden age with its superb statues, marvelous monuments, and lotus flowers in full bloom. A trip to the night market is a real eye-opener; try everything from fried rice to fried bugs.

Stop by Sukhothai on our 8 day Explore Northern Thailand adventure.

The waters surrounding Krabi are dotted with hundreds of limestone karst islands. Kayakers and rock climbers will love exploring them, while others can travel to the nearby floating villages or just relax on one of the region's perfect beaches.

We've made sure to stop by Krabi on our incredible 28 day Bangkok to Bali adventure - you'll thank us later.

8. Golden Triangle

The area where the Thai, Laotian, and Burmese borders meet has long been associated with colorful cultures and illicit opium trade. The opium may have gone but the color hasn't and the markets offer all sorts of amazing local handicrafts.

Set your sights on this incredible part of the world on a 3 days Chiang Mai and Golden Triangle.

9. Khao Sok National Park

For a real jungle experience, spend a couple of days in Khao Sok National Park. Thick rainforests, limestone cliffs, waterfalls, and mountains make a wild playground.

Hike, swim, explore caves, and sleep to the sounds of exotic birds and animals during our 8 days Essential Southern Thailand trip.

10. Kanchanaburi

This tranquil town is the jumping-off point for visits to the infamous Hell Fire Pass and River Kwai. Be sure to take a ride along the tracks of the Death Railway and reflect on the atrocities of war at the Jeath War Museum.

Take a reflective walk through the history of Kanchanaburi on a 15 day Beautiful Northern Thailand tour.

Top places to visit in Thailand

1. chiang mai.

Visit a park that provides a sanctuary for elephants – many of which have been rescued from the cruel practices of the elephant riding industry.

Add our 3 day Chiang Mai & Elephant Experience to your Thailand trip to learn about these incredible animals.

Spot schools of colorful tropical fish as you snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of Ao Nang.

Finish off a 9 day Cycle Southern Thailand tour on the stunning limestone cliff beaches of Krabi.

Dive into the warm waters of Phuket and experience a little bit of paradise.

Spend a couple of days exploring all that Phuket has to offer on a 9 day Thailand Beaches: Bangkok to Phuket adventure.

4. Erawan National Park

Cool off in the waters of Erawan National Park or simply stand back and watch the idyllic waterfalls.

Enjoy the beauty of Erawan National Park on our 12 day Premium Northern Thailand tour .

Follow the scent of chili and lemongrass to one of Bangkok’s many delicious food markets.

This city is the perfect place to start an incredible 22 day Epic Bangkok to Singapore tour.

Pedal around ancient temples and ruins built as early as the 13th century at the World Heritage-listed Sukhothai Historic Park.

Walk through one of Thailand's first capital cities on our 17 day Classic Thailand East Coast adventure.

7. Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay is perhaps one of Thailand's most recognizable gems. Kayak around the green waters, admiring the sheer limestone karsts that jut dramatically out of the sea.

Coast through the must-see sights of Phang Nga Bay on our 8 day Phuket Sailing Adventure.

Bustling street markets filled with colorful vendors selling an assortment of goods can be found in small villages and large towns throughout the country. Luxurious, multi-level shopping malls that rival those in European cities are increasingly popping up. 

The Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok is perhaps the largest and most extensive market in the world. Here vendors sell everything you can think of, from ceramics to Thai silk to vintage clothing. Bartering is expected at markets and most small vendors. As a rule of thumb, if the price isn’t listed, it’s negotiable. But remember, Thais appreciate friendliness and a sense of humor. The more aggressive you are in trying to get a deal, the less likely you are to get one.

Things to buy in Thailand

  • Vibrant fabric cushions, tablecloths, and hammocks
  • Silver jewelry (look for reputable stores) 
  • Handcrafted umbrellas or parasols
  • Thai silk scarves, ties, wraps, and clothing
  • Colorful Celadon ceramics
  • Tailor-made clothing

Festival and events

Loy krathong (festival of lights).

During the 12th lunar month, people across the country gather around lakes, rivers, and canals to symbolically let their worries float away in the most magical way – by releasing colorful lotus-shaped rafts holding candles, incense, and flowers onto the water.

Yee Peng (or Yi Peng)

At the same time that Loy Krathong is taking place, Chiang Mai also celebrates Yee Peng. Religious events, cultural activities, and street parades all mark this Buddhist tradition. But what makes this festival truly spectacular is the release of thousands of sky lanterns that illuminate the sky.  

Songkran (Thai New Year)

What happens when New Year’s Day falls during the height of summer? It morphs into a giant water fight. Some towns celebrate just on the day (April 13), while others stretch it out for several days of concerts, ceremonies, and other wet festivities.

Chiang Mai Flower Festival

Flowers are used in ways you never thought imaginable at this colorful three-day event in February. Come for the parade of impressive floral floats, and stay for the tasty Thai street food, music, and performances.

Public holidays that may impact travel include:

  • Makha Bucha Day

Songkran Festival (Thai New Year)

H.M. King's Coronation

Visakha Bucha Day

Queen Suthida's Birthday

King Vajiralongkorn's Birthday

Buddhist Lent Day

Queen’s Birthday

Anniversary of the Death of King Bhumibol

Chulalongkorn Day

King’s Birthday

Constitution Day

Please note dates of  Thai public holidays may vary.

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We have a variety of similar destinations, trips, and routes that you could consider! Tie another trip into your holiday, or see how we can help you get from A to B.

We have tours departing from a variety of locations around Thailand. The option below may be of interest:

  • Tours from Phuket
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  • Tours to Bangkok
  • Bangkok to Phuket

Further reading

Thailand travel faqs, do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.

Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

Do I need a visa to visit Thailand?

Travelers with passports from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States are exempt from a tourist visa if they are traveling for 30 days or less. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from entry to Thailand.

If you plan on staying longer as a tourist, or if you are traveling for a reason, such as study or business, you may need a visa.

The page is for general information only and may be subject to change. It is your responsibility to obtain relevant visa and travel information required for entry, departure and travel to each country or region you visit on your trip. You should confirm these with the relevant embassies and/or consulates. 

Last updated: 02/11/2023

Is tipping customary in Thailand?

Tipping isn’t customary in Thailand, but feel free to leave restaurants, drivers or service workers a small tip if the service has been particularly good. It’s always appreciated.

What is internet access like in Thailand?

The Internet can be accessed at hotels and internet cafes in large cities and tourist areas but is limited in rural and remote areas.

Can I use my cell phone while in Thailand?

Cell phone coverage is generally good in Thailand’s urban areas, but may not be available on some of the islands and in more remote areas. Ensure global roaming is activated with your service provider before leaving home.

What are the toilets like in Thailand?

Squat toilets are most common in Thailand, although western-style flushable toilets can be found in larger hotels and some tourist areas. It’s a good idea to carry your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer, as they are not always provided.

Can I drink the tap water in Thailand?

Drinking tap water isn’t recommended in Thailand. Avoid drinks with ice and make sure to peel fruit before eating it. Help the environment and try to avoid buying bottled water. Instead, fill a reusable water bottle with filtered water. Your leader or hotel can tell you where to find filtered water.

Are credit cards widely accepted in Thailand?

Credit cards are usually accepted by hotels, large retailers and tourist sites but are less commonly accepted by smaller vendors and family-run restaurants in rural areas. Market stalls and street vendors will not accept credit cards. Always carry enough cash for smaller purchases in case credit cards are not an option.

What is ATM access like in Thailand?

ATMs are widely available in larger cities but are less common in small villages or rural areas. Make sure you have enough cash before leaving urban areas.

Do I need any vaccinations before visiting Thailand?

No vaccines are required in order to enter Thailand but some are recommended for protection against disease. Visit your doctor or travel clinic for advice and make sure to schedule vaccinations 4-6 weeks before your departure date, as some require time to become effective.

Is Thailand a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers?

As a whole, Thailand is a hassle-free destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers. Bangkok, Pattaya, and Phuket all have fairly prominent gay scenes. Be aware that Thais typically do not engage in public displays of affection, regardless of sexual orientation.

For more detailed and up-to-date advice, we recommend visiting Equaldex or ILGA before you travel.

What's the transport like in Thailand?

Intrepid believes half the fun of experiencing a new country is getting there, and getting around once there! Where possible, Intrepid uses local transport options and traditional modes of transport - which usually carry less of an environmental impact, support small local operators, and are more fun.

Depending on which trip you're on while in Thailand, you may find yourself traveling by Songthaew.

Get to know the locals as you share a ride in these converted pick-up trucks. Snagging a seat on the ‘two benches’ (the literal meaning of songthaew) is a popular way of getting around South East Asia.

See Thailand from the ground level on a Saamlaw, the three-wheeled wonder. Sometimes motorized but usually pedal-powered by a local, it’s a fun way to get from A to B or see a new city's sights.

What's the accommodation like in Thailand?

Traveling with Intrepid is a little bit different. We endeavor to provide travelers with an authentic experience to remember, so we try to keep accommodations as unique and traditional as possible.

When traveling with us in Thailand you may find yourself staying in a Homestay.

Experience friendly Thai hospitality while staying with a local family living a traditional way of life. Make new friends, pick up some local lingo and leave smiling.

The ultimate room with a view - spend the night on a floating bamboo raft house. Enjoy the seclusion, soak up the serenity and leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Does my trip to Thailand support The Intrepid Foundation?

Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. In fact, we make a donation on behalf of every traveler. Trips to Thailand directly support our foundation partner, EcoThailand Foundation . 

EcoThailand Foundation is on a mission to educate and empower local communities, on the tourist Islands of Koh Phangan and Koh Paluay, about environmental issues like climate change, waste management, nature appreciation, conservation and sustainable lifestyles. Donations from our trips help EcoThailand's environmental guardianship education program for children in local state schools.

Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before traveling?

Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance

How do I stay safe and healthy while traveling?

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The World Health Organisation also provides useful health information.

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"North Thailand journey was excited and joyful for us, with a truly professional tour agency."  Cool Jeans & Lebeau Pascal, BELGIUM  

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"The Japanese speaking guide is very lovely. The Ayutthaya tour was accommodating conducted for our senior group." Sakaguchi Kazuo, JAPAN 

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"We were here all together 3 generations family, a local guide led us for fantastic Thailand tour." Wong Sui Ming, HONG KONG

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"Our 9 friends were in joyful time to explore the Royal Grand Palace and Chaophraya river. Friendly tour guide service" Jose Alberto Torres  & Saro, SPAIN

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"A-day tour Bangkok Temples and Street Food were perfectly carried out on our demand by the excellent tour guide." Juan A. León & Jessica, COSTA RICA 

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"We were most impressed by the tour guide. The Spanish and Portuguese speaking guide is also keen on history and temple detail architecture."  Fernado Mello Jr., BRASIL 

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"My family has a wonderful experience 2 days & nights traveling with the best service of Thai local guide." Arvin Van, MALAYSIA

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"Warm welcoming and hospitality care of our Pitsanulok tour, we then always come back to our second home Thailand." Sherry Ng Yun, SINGAPORE

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"Our journey to  the Ayutthaya World Heritage and Lopburi Naraya Palace was great with your guide. We were enjoying a river tour too." Gul Ikers, HOLLAND 

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"The guide led us to Ayutthaya Japanese village, an interesting history. The Chaophraya River Cruise lunch was enjoyable." Toshitaka Matsukawa, JAPAN

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"Grundfos representative team from 21 countries were happy and appreciated on services for our incentive Bangkok tour." Gunna Englehardt, AUSTRIA

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"Night Market dinner at the end of the all-day Bangkok city-tour. Sincerely thanks for our friendly lady tour guide."  Hua Bao Yen, VIETNAM

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"Thai Boxing, Floating Market, Railway Market, Temples, and etc. within a day Bangkok tour,  we did a-day all destinations" Pete & Jackie Creighton, ZIMBABWE

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"With a very helpful tour guide, he has delivered a technical public work excursion and sightseeing for our local government officers" Rubel Rahman, BANGLADESH

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"Our company tour in Bangkok could be accomplished even the busy traffic, a local tour guide is an expert for the shortcut and bypass route." Narendranath B Kambli, INDIA

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"By Thai Local Guide, amazing learning and great honor for Universitas Esa Unggul students to visit Banpheaw Hospital." Airo S. Dhanaris, INDONESIA

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"Thank you so much for taking good care of my family traveling to the Khao Kho and Phu Thap Berk national parks." Sandra Toh, PHILIPPINES

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Why Thailand?

Thailand is a land of contrasts and excitement, offering a wealth of experiences for all types of travelers. Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or a little bit of both, Thailand has something to offer. With its stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, and delicious cuisine, Thailand is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to explore Southeast Asia.

At Custom Asia Travel, we've serviced almost 1,000 trips to Thailand, and we're committed to providing you with the best possible vacation experience. From the bustling streets of Bangkok to the tranquil temples of Chiang Mai, our sample itineraries will help you discover the very best of this amazing country.

But Thailand isn't just about the sights and sounds. It's also about the people, who are known for their warm hospitality and friendly nature. And with its affordability, Thailand is the perfect choice for all types of travelers.

So why should you visit Thailand? From its natural wonders to its cultural treasures, there's no shortage of reasons. And with Custom Asia Travel, you'll have the opportunity to discover them all, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

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We had a great day in Ninh Binh! The customer service rep (Molly) was very helpful organising a custom tour so we could see the major sights. Our guide, Thu, was very friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating. We saw Bai Dinh temple, Hoa Lu ancient city, Bich Dong pagoda, and Tam Coc boat tour. We would recommend this company to others!

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I cannot say enough positives about Custom Asia Travel! We visited Vietnam in December/January 2023 and had an amazing trip with our 3 teens. The itinerary exceeded our expectations! We travelled to Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, and Nha Trang. We had no issues with any of our transportation around the country - our drivers and guides were always there on time (early, actually), friendly and helpful. The accommodations were excellent and our guides were fantastic (Tanh, Tanh, and Viet - they were awesome!). Every place we stayed put our rooms right next to each other, often adjoining, and the kids’ room always had two twin beds and a cot, while my husband and I had a king bed. This was perfect as our teenagers did not want to share beds, lol! The activities were super fun and appealed to all of us. So many highlights - the kids loved the rice farm tour (riding the water Buffalo elicited the biggest smile we’ve ever seen from our 16 year old!), seeing the caves in Ninh Binh, the cooking class in Hoi An, and Ha Long Bay. I really appreciated that some of our itinerary was focused on less crowded activities - a couple of the temples we saw were practically empty, allowing us to enjoy and experience these beautiful sites on our own. We did a couple of bike rides which were also highlights, such a great way to explore and see the area! Minh was available and responsive while planning the trip and while we were there. I agree with others reviews about whether she ever sleeps! She was able to coordinate our luggage getting dropped off as it did not arrive with us, and contacted one of the hotels about a ring that had been left, and arranged for us to pick it up. She was warm, friendly, knowledgeable, and so helpful. We truly had a relaxing and stress free trip because of the excellent customer service from Minh and our guides. With only having 12 days to visit we were so grateful to be able to enjoy the travel and know that Minh and her team were there if and when needed. I highly recommend using this company, you will not regret it! Now I am dreaming of how quickly we can make it back!! Thank you thank you to Minh and the team, our trip was unforgettable!

Best Thailand Tours & Vacations 2024/2025

Our expert travel specialists have created a selection of sample itineraries that showcase the best of what the country has to offer. Browse our top Thailand tours below, and contact us to customize a trip that perfectly fits your interests and preferences.

Ayuthaya Temples

Bangkok (4 nights) - Northern Thailand (3 nights)

Get insight into the northern Thailand on a trip packed with unforgettable experiences. Discover the ancient stone stupas and radiating palaces of Ayutthaya Historical Park; then venture to Chiang Mai, where you'll stroll along small streets, learning about the local religious practices...

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Northern Thailand: Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Chiang Saen (7 nights)

Northern Thailand is a must-see destination for one visiting Thailand as it is filled with glittering temples, ancient ruins, exotic markets and sumptuous foods. The tour starts off and end in Chiang Mai, a land of...

maeklong train market

Bangkok & Surroundings  (4 nights)

Central Thailand is an area rich in history with the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the Death Railway in Kanchanaburi, Royal Palaces and Nakhon Pathom and the bustle capital of Bangkok. Pay a visit their highlight sites to learn more about Thai history...

koh chang island beach

Northern Thailand  (5 nights) - Central Thailand   (4 nights) - Southern Thailand   (3 nights)

14-day expedition through Thailand's captivating landscapes; From the vibrant cityscape of Bangkok to the enchanting beauty of Northern Thailand, the journey culminates with a relaxing time on the pristine shores of Koh Chang Island...

khao Lak Sand Beach

Bangkok (3 nights) - Norhern Thailand (3 nights) - Southern Beach (3 nights)

Discover the incredible diversity of Thailand's finest destinations on this well-arranged itinerary. From experiencing the timeless grandeur of Thailand’s cities, temples, and landscapes on a cross-country adventure, to your...

the Karen

Northern Thailand  (8 nights) - Central Thailand   (4 nights) - Southern Thailand   (3 nights)

Discover Thailand in 16 days: from Bangkok's vibrancy to Northern cultural gems, concluding with serene beaches on Ko Lanta. A journey blending city excitement, cultural depth, and island tranquility awaits...

Thailand and Beyond

Discover the Land of Smiles and Beyond: A Curated Collection of Unforgettable Experiences in Thailand and its Neighboring Countries. From stunning beaches and lush jungles to ancient temples and vibrant cities, explore the best of Southeast Asia with our handpicked selection of tours and activities.

Royal Palace

Arrival in Bangkok - Ayutthaya - Fly to Hanoi - Halong Bay - Ho Chi Minh City  - Mekong Delta - Phu Quoc Island - Departure from Ho Chi Minh City

Start from Bangkok, one of the must-see city in Southeast Asia, your trip then continues to Vietnam for the featured destinations that you can not miss: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Ho Chi Minh City, and the lush Mekong Delta. This tour is totally the best choice for Thailand and Vietnam in 2 week time.

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Arrival in Vietnam: Hanoi - Bac Ha Sunday Market - Hoang Su Phi Rice Terraced Fields - Hanoi - Halong Bay - Bangkok - Krabi - Departure

This 14-day trip is a colorful mix of soft adventure and relaxation that Thailand and Vietnam have to offer. The scenic landscapes in Hoang Su Phi and Halong Bay will make you go Wow when trekking on stunning rice terraces and cruising between hundreds of limestone cliffs. Ending...

World heritages Ha Long Bay

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  • Is Cambodia safe for travelers? Yes, Cambodia is generally considered safe for travelers, but it is important to exercise caution and common sense while traveling. Like any destination, there are risks associated with travel, such as pickpocketing, scams, and occasional reports of violent crime. However, these incidents are relatively rare, and most visitors to Cambodia do not encounter any safety issues. It is also advisable to check travel advisories and stay informed about any potential risks or security concerns in the country. Overall, with necessary precautions, Cambodia is a safe and welcoming destination for travelers.
  • What is the best time of year to visit Cambodia? The best time to visit Cambodia is during the dry season, which extends from November to April. The weather is generally warm and sunny, making it an excellent time for sightseeing and outdoor activities. The peak tourist season is from December to February, so expect larger crowds and higher prices during this time. The shoulder seasons of November and April can be a good option if you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy lower prices. The rainy season, which runs from May to October, can bring heavy rains and floods, making some areas inaccessible. However, the countryside is lush and green during this time, and it can be a good option for those who don't mind the rain and want to experience a quieter Cambodia.
  • Do you need a visa to visit Cambodia? Cambodia is a popular tourist destination that requires a visa for most foreign visitors. Visitors can obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport or border checkpoint, or apply for an electronic visa online prior to their trip. It is important to check the visa requirements before planning your trip to Cambodia as they may vary depending on your nationality and the duration of your stay. If you have any questions or need assistance in obtaining a visa, you can contact Custom Asia Travel at [email protected].
  • What should I pack for a trip to Cambodia? When packing for a trip to Cambodia, keep in mind that the climate can be hot and humid year-round, with a monsoon season from May to October. Here are some essential items to consider: Lightweight and breathable clothing: Pack light, loose-fitting clothes that will keep you cool and comfortable in the heat. Sun protection: Bring a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the intense sun. Insect repellent: Mosquitoes are present in Cambodia, so it's wise to bring insect repellent. Comfortable walking shoes: You'll likely do a lot of walking, so make sure to have comfortable shoes that can handle uneven terrain. Swimwear: Don't forget to pack swimwear if you plan to visit beaches or swim in a pool. Lightweight rain jacket or poncho: If you're visiting during the rainy season, it's advisable to bring a lightweight rain jacket or poncho. Medications: If you take prescription medications, make sure to bring enough for the duration of your trip. It's also advisable to pack basic over-the-counter medications such as pain relievers, stomach remedies, and antihistamines. Travel documents: Bring your passport, visa (if required), and any other important travel documents. You can contact Custom Asia Travel at [email protected] for assistance with your trip to Cambodia.
  • What are the must-visit destinations in Cambodia? Cambodia has many must-visit destinations that showcase the country's history, culture, and natural beauty. Here are some of the top destinations to visit in Cambodia: Angkor Wat: This iconic temple complex located in Siem Reap is one of the largest religious monuments in the world and is a must-see for any traveler in Cambodia. Phnom Penh: The capital city of Cambodia offers a blend of modern and traditional attractions, including the Royal Palace, the National Museum of Cambodia, and the Killing Fields. Siem Reap: In addition to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap offers many other ancient temples to explore, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene and lively night market. Kampot: This peaceful riverside town in southern Cambodia is known for its beautiful landscapes, including Bokor Mountain National Park and nearby pepper farms. Sihanoukville: This coastal city in southern Cambodia is renowned for its white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, making it a popular beach destination. Koh Rong: This idyllic island off the coast of Sihanoukville offers a secluded retreat with pristine beaches and abundant marine life for snorkeling and scuba diving. These are just a few of the many must-visit destinations in Cambodia. At Custom Asia Travel, we can help you create a personalized itinerary based on your preferences and interests, to make the most out of your journey in this fascinating country.
  • What is Cambodian cuisine like? Cambodian cuisine is known for its flavorful and aromatic dishes that reflect the country's history and cultural influences. Food in Cambodia is a blend of flavors from Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, and French cuisine. Here are some popular dishes to try: fish amok, a steamed fish curry with coconut milk and spices; lok lak, a stir-fried beef dish with peppers and onions; and kuy teav, a noodle soup with pork or beef. Street food is also a must-try in Cambodia, with vendors offering a variety of delicious snacks such as fried noodles, spring rolls, and grilled meats. Vegetarians will find plenty of options in Cambodia as many dishes highlight fresh vegetables and herbs. It's also worth sampling some tropical fruits from Cambodia, such as mangoes, pineapples, and dragon fruit, which are widely available in markets.
  • What are the customs and cultural norms in Cambodia? Cambodia has a rich culture and history, and it is important for travelers to be aware of the customs and cultural norms in order to avoid offending the locals. Here are some key points to keep in mind: Dress modestly, especially when visiting temples or religious sites. This means covering your shoulders and knees. Remove your shoes before entering a temple or someone's home. Use your right hand to pass or receive objects, as the left hand is considered impure. Avoid touching people's heads, as it is considered disrespectful. When greeting someone, it is polite to use the Sampeah gesture, which involves placing your hands together in a prayer-like position in front of your chest and slightly bowing your head. It is customary to remove hats and sunglasses when entering a temple or religious site. Public displays of affection are not common in Cambodia and may be seen as inappropriate. Tipping is not common in Cambodia, but it is becoming more prevalent in tourist areas. If you decide to give a tip, a small amount is appreciated. When giving or receiving something, use both hands as a sign of respect. Lastly, respect the tragic history of Cambodia and the impact it still has on many Cambodians. Avoid making insensitive comments about the Khmer Rouge or the country's political situation. For more information on customs and cultural norms in Cambodia, it is always wise to consult a local travel agency like Custom Asia Travel, which can provide additional advice and support.
  • Are there any specific health concerns I should be aware of before traveling to Cambodia? Yes, there are some health concerns that travelers should be aware of before visiting Cambodia. Malaria is present in certain regions of the country, so it's important to take preventive measures such as using mosquito nets and repellents. Dengue, another mosquito-borne disease, is also a risk. Travelers should also be cautious about what they eat and drink to avoid food and waterborne illnesses such as traveler's diarrhea. It is recommended to drink bottled water, avoid ice in beverages, and consume only thoroughly cooked food. Vaccinations against hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and tetanus are also recommended. It is best to consult a healthcare professional or travel medicine clinic before traveling to Cambodia to discuss any specific health concerns and the necessary vaccinations or medications.
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Thailand Tours and Trips 2024/2025

Thailand is the perfect destination for those who love to spend time outdoors. You can soak up the sunshine on the beautiful beaches of Phuket , or head to the North of the country to Chiang Mai for adventure and outdoor activities like water rafting and trekking. Of course, not to be missed is Bangkok , where you can tour its floating markets or lavish Grand Palace.

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Bangkok To Chiang Mai Express Tour

  • Starts Bangkok, Thailand
  • Ends Chiang Mai, Thailand

Bangkok to Chiang Mai Express

  • Best price guaranteed
  • No booking fees
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Active and outdoor & Cultural, religious and historic sites
  • Accommodation Hotel, Sleeper Train, Guest House & Resort
  • Transport Boat, Bus, Sleeper Train, Private Vehicle & Train
  • Age Range 12-95 yrs
  • Operated in English
  • Brochure Price: US$ 1,299
  • Special Deal (30%): - US$ 390
  • Total Price from: US$ 909
  • Jun 01 Only 7 seats left
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Thailand Island Hopper Tour

  • Ends Bangkok, Thailand

Thailand Island Hopper

  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Beach & Chill out Beach , Chill out & Sailing, yachting and motor boating 'data-more-tripid='37249'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Bungalow, Hotel & Sleeper Train
  • Transport Boat, Private Vehicle, Train, Sleeper Train, Ferry & Minibus
  • Age Range 18-40 yrs
  • May 28 Only 2 seats left
  • Jun 07 10+ seats left

Highlights Of Thailand Tour

Highlights of Thailand

  • Activities Cultural, religious and historic sites
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge & Resort
  • Transport Train, Boat, Bus, Private Vehicle & Minibus
  • Age Range 15-99 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,305
  • Special Deal (20%): - US$ 461
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,844
  • Jul 12 Only 7 seats left
  • Jul 26 Only 7 seats left

Southern Thailand Sojourn: Nightlife & National Parks Tour

  • Ends Ko Tao, Thailand

Southern Thailand Sojourn: Nightlife & National Parks

  • Activities Wildlife & Kayaking and canoeing Wildlife , Kayaking and canoeing , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Explorer & Safari 'data-more-tripid='4563'>+3 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Sleeper Train, Bungalow, Resort & Villa
  • Transport Boat, Ferry, Bus, Sleeper Train, Taxi, Train & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 18-39 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 849
  • Special Deal (35%): - US$ 298
  • Total Price from: US$ 551
  • May 30 Only 7 seats left
  • Jun 06 Only 2 seats left

Phuket Sailing Adventure Tour

  • Starts Phuket, Thailand
  • Ends Phuket, Thailand

Phuket Sailing Adventure

  • Activities Sailing, yachting and motor boating
  • Accommodation Hotel & Yacht Cabin
  • Transport Boat & Yacht
  • Nov 10 Only 2 seats left
  • Nov 17 Only 7 seats left

Thailand Beaches: Bangkok To Phuket Tour

Thailand Beaches: Bangkok to Phuket

  • Activities Beach & Chill out
  • Accommodation Resort, Sleeper Train, Bungalow & Hotel
  • Transport Train, Boat, Bus, Minibus, Sleeper Train & Taxi
  • Oct 13 Only 9 seats left
  • Oct 20 Only 10 seats left

Thailand: Night Markets & Blue Waters Tour

Thailand: Night Markets & Blue Waters

  • Activities Wildlife & Trekking and Hiking Wildlife , Trekking and Hiking , Kayaking and canoeing , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Explorer & Safari 'data-more-tripid='4557'>+4 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Sleeper Train, Hut, Bungalow, Resort & Villa
  • Transport Boat, Train, Bus, Ferry & Private Vehicle
  • Brochure Price: US$ 1,449
  • Special Deal (30%): - US$ 435
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,014
  • May 30 Only 1 seat left
  • Jun 15 Only 9 seats left

THAILAND DISCOVERY TOUR

  • Ends Takuapa, Thailand

THAILAND DISCOVERY TOUR

  • Trip customizable
  • Activities Cultural, religious and historic sites & Beach Cultural, religious and historic sites , Beach & Natural landmarks sightseeing 'data-more-tripid='34520'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Hut & Resort
  • Transport Boat, Bus, Flight, Minibus, Private Vehicle, Rickshaw & Train
  • Age Range 35-79 yrs
  • Jul 11 Only 10 seats left
  • Sep 11 Only 10 seats left

Explore Northern Thailand Tour

Explore Northern Thailand

  • Accommodation Home-stay, Hotel & Resort
  • Transport Train, Bus, Boat, Minibus & Taxi
  • Brochure Price: US$ 1,320
  • Special Deal (20%): - US$ 264
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,056
  • Jun 09 Only 4 seats left
  • Jul 07 Only 8 seats left

Beautiful Northern Thailand Tour

Beautiful Northern Thailand

  • Activities Local culture & City sightseeing Local culture , City sightseeing & Cultural, religious and historic sites 'data-more-tripid='3603'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Sleeper Train, Guest House & Hotel
  • Transport Train, Boat, Bus, Private Vehicle, Minibus, Sleeper Train & Taxi
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,065
  • Special Deal (10%): - US$ 207
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,858
  • Jun 16 Only 4 seats left
  • Jul 07 Only 6 seats left

Northern Thailand Hilltribes Trek

  • Starts Chiang Mai, Thailand

Northern Thailand Hilltribes Trek

  • Activities Wildlife & Trekking and Hiking Wildlife , Trekking and Hiking , Cultural, religious and historic sites , Explorer & Safari 'data-more-tripid='4542'>+3 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Hut & Home-stay
  • Transport Bus
  • Brochure Price: US$ 399
  • Special Deal (30%): - US$ 120
  • Total Price from: US$ 279
  • Jun 06 Only 7 seats left
  • Jun 13 Only 10 seats left

Thai Experience 13 Day Tour

Thai Experience 13 Day

  • Activities Chill out & Beach
  • Accommodation Hotel, Bungalow & Resort
  • Transport Boat, Train, Ferry & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 17-55 yrs
  • May 26 Only 9 seats left
  • Jun 01 Only 6 seats left

Thai Intro 9 Day Tour

  • Ends Koh Phangan, Thailand

Thai Intro 9 Day

  • Activities Adventure & Snorkeling Adventure , Snorkeling , Cooking classes , Chill out , Tubing & River canal tour 'data-more-tripid='23571'>+4 more
  • Accommodation Bungalow, Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Train, Boat & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 17-45 yrs
  • May 28 Only 1 seat left
  • May 31 10+ seats left

South East Asia Loop Tour

South East Asia Loop

  • Activities Cultural, religious and historic sites & City sightseeing Cultural, religious and historic sites , City sightseeing & Local culture 'data-more-tripid='3605'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Sleeper Train & Guest House
  • Transport Boat, Train, Bus, Flight, Private Vehicle, Minibus, Sleeper Train & Taxi
  • Brochure Price: US$ 5,060
  • Special Deal (5%): - US$ 253
  • Total Price from: US$ 4,807
  • Jun 15 Only 2 seats left
  • Jul 10 Only 5 seats left

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The beaches make it worth visiting Thailand

Exotic, amazing, enchanting. Mere words cannot describe the joy of visiting one of the beautiful and exciting countries in Asia. The presence of numerous islands and two coastlines ensures a holiday in Thailand to be filled with various beaches. From crowded cosmopolitan beaches to secluded tropical getaways, you can really satiate your desires for the perfect beach holiday here.  Thailand is a country that has something for everyone. Whether you’re traveling alone, as a couple or with your family, a trip to Thailand will have all the right options to customize your itinerary and add attractions that suit your tastes and preferences.

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary just outside Chiang Mai
  • Snorkel with the fish in Maya Bay
  • Take a boat ride from Phuket to the Phi Phi Islands and Monkey Beach
  • Climb the 300 intricately carved steps to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple
  • Take in panoramic views from the seat of Big Buddha in Kron, Phuket
  • Float from vendor to vendor at Bangkok’ s floating markets
  • Swim beneath the waterfalls of Erawan National Park
  • Thailand’s glittery beaches are one of its biggest charms, but those golden temples are equally worthy of your time. 

Travel Tips

  • The most fun way to get around Thailand is by tuk-tuk, which offers fantastic views along the way. Most of these open-air ‘taxis’ are blue and have three wheels, except for the red tuk-tuks of Phuket (some of which have sound systems and neon lights).
  • When visiting holy sites, be sure to bring a shawl so you can cover up your shoulders and knees. Also be prepared to remove your shoes before entering a temple or person’s home.
  • The most common greeting in Thailand is to bring your hands together in a prayer-like fashion and bow, accompanied with a “Sawatdee-kah” for males or a “Sawatdee-krap” for females. Be sure to return this gesture as a show of respect.
  • Thai people are extremely friendly and generous. Don’t be surprised if a local starts to strike up a random conversation, particularly in the markets.
  • Make your visit to Thailand is an ethical one. Research whether a tour company’s practices are socially responsible, particularly if visiting elephants or hill tribes.

Thailand has seasonal weather so please do check up on best time to visit Thailand before planning your tour.

Tours in Thailand - Questions and Answers

With a laid-back way of life and extraordinary cultural heritages, the shortest amount of time you should plan for any trip to Thailand is one week . In seven days, you can admire the golden pagodas of Bangkok and Ayutthaya, and choose to either kick back on the tropical beaches of the country’s south or head out to discover its northern tribal villages. However, if you were to ask us how long to spend in Thailand , we would recommend staying in the country for two weeks , since this gives you the chance to tick off most of the country’s bucket-list destinations at a leisurely pace. If you cannot make your stay last that long, then ten days make for a good compromise. If you're looking for the best Thailand tours and trips, you can find them here .

The best time to visit Thailand is between the months of November and March, which also coincides with the country’s high season. The weather is comparatively colder during this time of year, making it ideal to explore the country. If you want to avoid crowds, then make sure that you head for the country  in October. Please bear in mind that although the official monsoon season peaks in August and September, parts of the country continue receiving rainfall all through October, which puts most people off from visiting the country during this month. You can find more information here .

A western European or North American visitor to Thailand will find it one of the best countries in the world to visit on a budget . With street food and budget accommodation both keenly priced, USD 40 per person per day should cover accommodation and meal costs for frugal travelers. However, book organized tours and stay in middle to higher-range hotels and you will be looking at a daily budget of around USD 60 to USD 120 per person, per day. ATMs are widespread and operate exactly as they would at home – with English-language options.

Most western visitors do not require a visa to visit Thailand for a short term as tourists. Stays cannot be more than 30 days in one go and a total of 90 days within a six-month period. You will require a passport with at least six months remaining from your date of entry, alongside a return air ticket and proof that you have the equivalent of just over USD 600 to fund your stay. These details can be requested by customs officials on entry into the country.

The most widely spoken language in the country is Thai (Siamese), which also has its own alphabet. This can make it difficult for western travelers to communicate with the locals in the beginning. However, many Thai people also speak or understand a good amount of English, especially those living in large cities such as Bangkok, because of the language’s international importance. Few in the country expect visitors to speak any Thai, although any attempt to do so will bring smiles on the faces of those you are talking to.

The heart and soul of Thailand, Bangkok is an unmissable destination and makes for a logical first stop as it is also home to the country’s main international airport. Among the top things to do in Bangkok are visiting the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho and exploring the royal palace in the city. Beach lovers will not want to miss a trip to Ko Samui and the Phi Phi Islands, while a tour to Chiang Mai is a must for anyone interested in history and culture. For ancient wonders, look no further than the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ayutthaya . Head for Krabi if you are looking for a great mix of beach vibes and snorkeling adventures.

The memories of drifting down the muddy waters of the Mekong is sure to stay with you for years to come, while island hopping from Phuket or Krabi is another must while in the country. The tropical islands that pepper the Gulf of Thailand have been used as a shooting spot for everything from James Bond movies to ‘The Beach’. For a completely different perspective of the country, head to the north, where traditional tribal villages are located amid deep jungle and towering hills that are worth exploring. For history lovers, there are Khmer ruins waiting to be explored at Phanom Rung Historical Park along with the famous bridge on the River Kwai.

Thailand’s road network is well developed and the country’s public transport will take you almost anywhere at an inexpensive price. This is another reason why budget travelers love this country. Thailand also has more than 2,500 miles of railway, running from the border with Malaysia in the south to destinations like Chiang Mai in the north. Both are a great value for money, although neither buses nor trains are the fastest or the most comfortable means of travel. For this, you are better off organizing a car and a driver to take you from one destination to another.

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Karen N. reviews Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng

Karen N. reviews Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng

Two guides, both amazing!

I had two free days in Bangkok. One day I had guide “Nina” and the other day I had guide “Yuut”.

Nina was like a best friend I’d not met yet; she was super friendly and personable and took great care to ensure I was happy with our day together.

Yuut was very knowledge about temple and Buddhism, given that he was a monk for 10 years.

I enjoyed both days with both guides immensely. Also, communications from Num at the office were great.

Highly recommend!

Hector I. reviews Charinee ‘Oil’ Jitburus

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My day started with the tour guide being on time and telling me about our plan for the day, as we arrived to the tiger zoo it was great since I was the first one there.

We then went to go eat and had a great lunch meal.

Our driver was great as well.

I would like to give thanks to both my guide and driver for making my day great.

Provided excellent service.

Dan D. reviews Pudtipong ‘Jean’ Nawasornyuttana

We booked Jean using the website. This was very easy to do and emails were answered is a reasonable timeframe.

Jean met us at our hotel and we headed out to see the sights we had previously mentioned we wanted to see. Jean’s English was very good. He had lots of interesting things to tell us about Bangkok, the culture and the history as we made our way around Bangkok during the day, he also picked out a good place for lunch.

I am really pleased we used a guide for visiting the sites, not knowing much about the history or culture it made it much more interesting than if we had gone on our own. Also as first time visitors it was much easier to get to all the places we wanted to visit than trying to work it out ourselves.

Andrew C. reviews Prapaiporn ‘Peach’ Honghem

We had a wonderful day and Peach our guide showed us the highlights of Bangkok using the trains, boats, Tuk Tuk’s and walking.

She was very knowledgeable and friendly and tailored the tour to meet our needs.

We would highly recommend Peach and this tour.

Abbie M. reviews Waree ‘Apple’ Singhanart

I’m impressed, elated, and honored to leave my first impression feedback for Apple today. Apple is a special young lady, she has an amazing soul and the ability to connect with people on an intellectual and spiritual level.

I believe I was analyzed by Apple about 30 minutes into us meeting and she quickly discerned my personality and was able to recommend places that I never would have thought to go.

Prior to that I had an idea of the things I wanted to see and was accommodated but I am glad that I also had enough faith in my friend Apple to lead the way to hidden gems in Bangkok not in any tourist handbook.

Hanging out with Apple all day was like hanging out with a long lost friend! She really made me feel very special and was intuitively attentive to my needs.

My tour guide the day prior was Joker who was also exceptional and amazing, and provided wonderful information.

Again, I really appreciate meeting the amazing tour guides because they reflect wonderfully on this company.

I will definitely not only recommend this company to anybody I know coming to Bangkok but would most certainly call when I am back in Thailand in March next year.

I hope to secure Apple for my tour guide again, she is that amazing!!

Juliette W. reviews Charinee ‘Oil’ Jitburus

We thoroughly enjoyed our day with Oil. She was warm, friendly and very engaging with both us and our two daughters.

Oil not only guided us around the city, she also spent time educating us about Thai traditions and cultures which we all loved.

Thank you Oil!

Standlay B. reviews Waree ‘Apple’ Singhanart

Our day in Bangkok with Apple was far beyond any of our high expectations. Easy arrangements and excellent follow through and confirmations made the booking procedure painless.

Most importantly, our guide was exceptional! Apple’s amazing knowledge and enthusiastic willingness to share that knowledge with my husband and I (first time visitors to Bangkok) made our day with her one that will not be forgotten.

Bangkok is an amazing city, and I cannot think of a better way to get a wonderful taste of what it has to offer than with Apple…we could not have asked for more. And just to add one more thing… in addition to knowing the city like the back of her hand and speaking Thai (which was invaluable in our dealings with locals during our day), her English is SUPERB!

Apple is the best.

Jisel G. reviews Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng

My guide was Yuut.

He was very kind, helpful, and knowledgeable and was able to give me and my son a lot of insight about the culture and religious beliefs in Thailand.

Thank you so much!

Bryan J. reviews Prapaiporn ‘Peach’ Honghem

With my guide, Peach, a great day , amazing temple and palace, the lovely house of Jim Thompson, traveling along the river.

I recommend this guide which name is Peach for her happiness, kindness and knowledge.

Faye A. reviews Pudtipong ‘Jean’ Nawasornyuttana

We booked three days of touring with “Your Thai Guide” at the last minute and they were able to accommodate us. Our guides were Jean and Natt. Both very knowledgeable, reliable and friendly. They were always there when they said they would be. They arranged a driver and events outside the city for us as well as getting us last minute tickets to Thai kickboxing which was great.

They took us around using public transportation which worked out great. We were there during the protests and we felt very comfortable. Using public transportation made us more comfortable getting around on our own too.

They were always willing to make any changes to the day that we requested. They made our stay in Bangkok fun, productive and diverse. I would use them again any day! 5 stars from Fay

Allen L. reviews Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng

I was very fortunate to be able to book Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng at the last minute as a guide to Ayutthaya.

His knowledge of the history of the old capital of Ayutthaya is great, and he is able to offer insight that no other guide can, thanks to his 10 years as a Buddhist monk.

Yuut would be an excellent guide for anyone who plans on visiting any of the hundreds of temples in and around Bangkok due to his deep understanding of Buddhism, and I plan on hiring him again on my next visit to Bangkok!

Naomi W. reviews Pudtipong ‘Jean’ Nawasornyuttana

My husband and I used Guide Jean, who made our Thailand tour one to remember.

He was very knowledgeable and was flexible when we changed our initial itinerary.

I would highly recommend.

Colin H. reviews Prapaiporn ‘Peach’ Honghem

Peach was such an excellent guide for the perfect day in Bangkok.

She made sure I was able to fit in all the activities I wanted, and she was so knowledgeable about Bangkok history and culture.

It truly was like having a local best friend for a day.

I would highly recommend this tour for anyone, especially if they only have a short time in the city.

Carlotta P. reviews Waree ‘Apple’ Singhanart

We would like to thank APPLE, our private guide in Bangkok, for the lovely tour we got last week.

She had been able to accommodate every our single request, from the places we would like to visit to the food and refreshing beverages we needed on our way and in managing the time.

APPLE got a degree in history and it made her the best guide we could desire in visiting the National Museum and temples.

Apple is nice, gracious and very professional, we felt in good hands and pampered.

Next time we will go back to Bangkok we will going to ask for her again even to visit the historical sites around Bangkok.

Jelena K. reviews Charinee ‘Oil’ Jitburus

We had an absolutely brilliant tour, tailor made just for us with fantastic tour guide named Oil. She was very helpful, knowledgeable and pleasant overall. We had no problems getting the tickets, taxi, lunch or anything whatsoever, as she would take care of it.

Would definitely recommend her to anyone who wants to have great time and learn something new! Thank you Oil!

Rajanikanth M. reviews Waree ‘Apple’ Singhanart

Our guide who goes by the lovely name of Apple, was absolutely amazing. Post booking the trip, a mail was sent to me asking about the places I wished to see. While the trip organizers will organize the itinerary, it will be good to have your own view as well.

The tour was very well organised. We started the day with taking a river cruise to visit the Lad Mayom Floating Market. The cruise was filled with lovely sights of old houses, riverian lifestyle, farms and even a little episode of feeding huge fish that live in the river. The Lad Mayom market itself is a fabulous feast to the eyes with its food stalls, souvenir shops and bargain stores

Post this visit, we paid a visit to the Wat Pho and the Wat Arun temples. Apple made this trip very special and I must mention her especially. She chose a great place for us to savour authentic and lip-smacking Thai food.

While we aren’t avid shoppers, the trip ended with shopping at the MBK shopping mall. A day very well spent, filled with highlights

I would highly recommend this.

And thanks again, Apple.

Annie C. reviews Charinee ‘Oil’ Jitburus

annie enjoying her day tour in bangkok with her private guide

My guide, Oil was exactly what I needed for this trip. Oil was very accommodating, and able to answer any questions someone like me who knew very little about Thailand’s culture and history. She was extremely attentive, and very personable. She seemed to understand my need intuitively – Never push too much, but never failed to mention what is possible. Oil helped many details without much fuss, so that each day was quite memorable in its own. We become so close, we have exchanged many fun facts about our background. In my options, this is the best possible cultural exchange anyone can share!

From my traveling experience, I understand the tour guide’s importance:  It can influence visitor’s perception and attitude towards the country. If that is reasonable assumption, then Oil had done a wonderful job of helping me to see Thai as a rich heritages of cultures, history as well most hospitable people nation I’ve ever visited. And how about the Thai cuisine? I had so much fun tasting various food with Oil! For that I thank Oil!

She was most professional, and knowledgeable, always on time. She was always very clear about the daily itinerary. Knew a way to save time and cost and she made an extra consideration to make me comfortable at all time.

I would highly recommend your company to anyone traveling to Thailand. As a matter of fact, I am already started to plan something this year or next, and definitely call you back.

Sarah J. reviews Pudtipong ‘Jean’ Nawasornyuttana

I would definitely recommend Guide Jean.

He was polite, knowledgeable, and friendly. Especially good if you’re trying to see and do a lot of things in a short period of time.

Delphine W. reviews Prapaiporn ‘Peach’ Honghem

For our first day in Bangkok, we booked a full day tour with our tour guide, Mrs. Peach. She picked us up at the hotel and during this amazing day she showed us the Grand Palace and the main temples of Bangkok.

Beside the historical locations, Peach gave us an excellent insight into the Thai way of living and the Thai culture. For lunch we visited a typical Thai restaurant with live music. And during the day we used all kind of transportation which are typical for this town, such as boat and tuc-tuc.

During the walks, there was plenty of time for asking questions about Bangkok, its history and the way of living of the “normal people”.

Christie S. reviews Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng

We just wanted to say thank you for a fantastic day with Yuut on December 31st, he was a fantastic guide and a great person.

We’ve learned so much from him and could not imagine going through the temples without him and his knowledge… it was a wonderful day.

Victoria O. reviews Pudtipong ‘Jean’ Nawasornyuttana

We had three days in Bangkok and YTG really helped us to make the most of them. From the first they were incredibly quick and helpful with the booking – I did most of it on my phone in Dubai airport using wifi! They sent us details and pictures of our guides in advance so we knew who we were meeting and when, really useful.

Over three days we saw everything we wanted to at a sensible relaxed pace – impressive given how much was on our list. All of the guides we used had great English and with their differing styles put us at ease instantly and built quick rapports.

Joker was incredibly knowledgeable and clearly a very experienced guide – very considerate of the heat and the fact that Bangkok was completely unknown to us. He was a fantastic guide, everything we could have hoped for and his photos are amongst our favorites from the trip.

Jean was really easy going and took us to the best Pad Thai restaurant we’ve ever been to. His knowledge was great and he was fabulous at answering all our questions.

Nettie was a delight – so full of enthusiasm and just what we needed on our last day. She was very helpful and seemed to take as much enjoyment in visiting the sites as we did which was a joy.

Regula H. reviews Prapaiporn ‘Peach’ Honghem

Absolutely worthwhile!

We had a great day with our guide Peach who was just excellent. She took us to the grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun.

The longboat trip on the channel was superb.

Peach had lots of nice ideas and surprises in between- we were happy to spend a day with here.

Thanks again, Peach !!!

Gregg C. reviews Waree ‘Apple’ Singhanart

Spent two days with Apple in Bangkok.

She was very receptive to what we wanted to see and put together a fantastic itinerary. She made sure we got,to spend as much time as we wanted at the locations we had outlined and added some great sights we weren’t aware of. The experience exceeded our expectations and it was clear she wanted to do everything she could to make our time in Bangkok a great experience.

She definitely succeeded. She was very knowledgeable about the sights we were seeing. She made traveling around Bangkok easy to navigate. She spoke exceptional English. We wanted to go off the beaten path to visit a shop where they make hand made metal bowls for monks.

It’s a Thai craft that is slowly disappearing. She helped translate the experience as the man in the workshop described his process. We mentioned wanting to purchase some authentic Thai silk. To our surprise she took us to a silk weaver who actually had worked with Jim Thompson and again translated his explanations of the weaving process as well as his experience with the silk industry when Jim Thompson had lived across the canal.

It was an amazing surprise and experience of a life time. We visited the markets and Apple did all the haggling for us getting us the Thai discount lol. It was a ton of fun. Couldn’t have asked for a better time.

Thanks Apple!

Dean E. reviews Prayut ‘Yuut’ Rueangsaeng

The only Thai guides to hire!

What can I say? Your Thai Guide provided me three days of absolutely spectacular service. It feels like you’re spending a day with an old friend.

I thoroughly recommend the services of Apple, Nina and Yuut. Each of them made me smile and laugh throughout the day and they clearly love the city they live in.

My time in Bangkok has been made so much better by Your Thai Guide.

Kap khun krap to Apple, Nina and Yuut. You are the best!

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Practice your skills at a traditional Thai cooking class

Discover the secrets of traditional Thai cooking in a teak wooden house surrounded by beautiful gardens and an organic farm in Chiang Mai. You’ll visit a market to sample some local delicacies, pick fresh herbs from the garden, then learn how to cook your own Thai food, including Northern Thai cuisine and classic Thai favorites.

Stroll through Pak Klong Talad market in Bangkok

Pak Klong Talad is one of the world’s most incredible flower markets, with flower species of every shape and color from all over Thailand. It’s open 24 hours and the busiest time is just after midnight, when trucks full of fresh flowers arrive and the florists begin trading to find the best bouquets for their stalls.

Meet a local monk and learn about Buddhism

Our Local Specialists will take you to Wat Suan Dok, a royal temple in Chiang Mai, where we'll meet a local Buddhist monk. It’s an incredible opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of Buddhism and you’ll learn about the monk’s sacred traditions against the backdrop of the temple's striking golden chedi.

Join the locals for a graceful T'ai Chi practice

Live like a local and rise early for a peaceful T’ai Chi session in Lumpini Park. The park is a green haven with shaded lawns to practice the ancient art of T’ai Chi, and it’s a great way to ease into your day and the bustle of Bangkok.

Relax at the beachfront in Phuket

With long stretches of powdery white sands and turquoise waters, the beaches of Phuket are one of the most beautiful sights in Thailand. Relax under palm trees, go swimming or kayaking on the ocean, or dive below the water to discover brilliant sea life in protected marine parks.

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Our Thailand vacation packages will reveal every side of Thailand, from the Buddhist temples of Chiang Mai to the glittering beaches of Phuket.

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The Grand Palace is one of the most iconic sights in Bangkok and we’ll take you on a journey through this dazzling complex. See the impressive Royal Reception Halls and the revered Emerald Buddha, a Buddha image carved from a single block of jade, dating back to the 14th century.

Jim Thompson House

Located in Bangkok, the Jim Thompson House is the former home of James Thompson, an American businessman and architect. He dedicated his life to the revival of Thai silk and designed the house in 1958, with six traditional Thai-styled houses to showcase his large art collection of Thai paintings and historical Buddhist statues.

Wat Doi Suthep

Perched at the top of Doi Suthep mountain at an elevation of 3,520 feet, Wat Doi Suthep is one of the most sacred Buddhist sites in Thailand. We’ll take you up the 309 steps to find glittering shrines and statues, the holy gold plated chedi, and a sweeping view over the city of Chiang Mai.

Best museums in Thailand

Our guided trips to Thailand take you the country’s most incredible museums, from the former house of a Thai silk trader, to a sacred golden temple at the top of a mountain.

A delicious stir-fried noodle dish, Pad Thai is one of the most classic foods found in Thai street stalls. It’s a combination of egg, fish sauce, tamarind, and your choice of chicken, tofu and prawns. Top with bean sprouts and peanuts for crunch and chilli and lime juice for a zesty kick.

The most famous salad in Thailand, Som Tam is a fiery dish of shredded green papaya, tomatoes and green beans. The vegetables are mixed with fish sauce, lime juice, palm sugar and a healthy dose of chilli, and you can tailor the dish to your taste for extra sweetness or spiciness.

Green Curry

You’ll find the beloved green curry all over Thailand and our Local Specialists will show you the best spots to try this spicy coconut milk curry. Green chillies give the curry its color, and it’s filled with beans, Thai aubergines, the meat of your choice and served with steamed rice.

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The Thai cuisine is one of the best parts of a trip to Thailand and our Thai vacation packages will show you all the best places to try these beloved dishes.

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In Thailand the standard voltage is 220 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type A, B, C, F and O. The standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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Protect yourself from the harsh Thai sun with SPF 30 or higher and protect the coral reefs with reef-safe sunscreen. You’ll also need to pack plenty of DEET insect repellent.

In Thai culture, it’s required to remove your shoes before entering houses, temples and some shops and restaurants. Bring a comfortable pair of sandals so you can easily slip them off all day.

With plenty of islands ringed with golden shorelines and turquoise waters, you’ll definitely need a swimsuit for snorkelling, diving and blissful beach days in Thailand.

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Our Thailand tour guide services offer a diverse and personalized exploration of Bangkok and beyond. With a focus on private tours, we ensure that each traveler or group receives a tailored experience, allowing for flexibility in itineraries based on specific interests and preferences.

In Bangkok, our guided tours cover iconic landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun, providing insights into the city’s rich cultural and historical tapestry. Moving beyond the bustling capital, our island tours showcase the beauty of renowned destinations like Phuket, Koh Samui, and Koh Phi Phi, offering opportunities for water activities and beach relaxation. For those seeking an evening adventure, our nightlife tours in Bangkok unveil the vibrant entertainment scene, including visits to popular bars, nightclubs, and culinary hotspots.

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Embark on a captivating journey through Bangkok with our specialized tour guide services, meticulously designed to explore the city’s popular tourist attractions. Our expert guides ensure an immersive experience, providing historical context and local insights at every stop. Delve into the cultural heart of Bangkok with a visit to the Grand Palace, a majestic complex that houses the revered Emerald Buddha. Wander through the intricate architecture of Wat Pho, home to the giant reclining Buddha, and marvel at the ornate design of Wat Arun, an iconic riverside temple. Stroll through the bustling markets of Chinatown, where vibrant street life and delectable street food await. Discover the spiritual ambiance of Wat Saket, also known as the Golden Mount, offering panoramic views of the city. Cruise along the Chao Phraya River to witness the juxtaposition of traditional and modern Bangkok. Embrace the local way of life at the bustling flower and vegetable markets. With our Bangkok tour guide services, your exploration extends beyond surface attractions, creating a profound connection with the city’s rich heritage and vibrant culture. Safety, comfort, and enjoyment are paramount, and our seasoned guide’s meticulous planning ensures a smooth and enriching journey.

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Set off on a spiritual and cultural journey with our Bangkok Temple Tour Guide services, crafted to explore the city’s renowned and sacred temple attractions. Our knowledgeable guides provide in-depth insights into the religious significance and historical context of each site. Begin your exploration with the iconic Grand Palace, a sprawling complex that houses Wat Phra Kaew, home to the revered Emerald Buddha. Marvel at the intricate architecture and elaborate murals that depict Thai mythology and history. Continue your journey to Wat Pho, famous for its massive reclining Buddha statue and a tranquil atmosphere conducive to reflection. Admire the intricate details of the temple’s architecture, showcasing Thai craftsmanship at its finest. Another highlight is Wat Arun, situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, known for its stunning spires and intricate porcelain embellishments. Explore the spiritual ambiance of Wat Saket, also known as the Golden Mount, and climb to its summit for panoramic views of the city. Our temple tour services extend to include lesser-known gems, ensuring a comprehensive exploration of Bangkok’s religious heritage. Immerse yourself in the spiritual tranquility of these temples, gaining a profound understanding of Thai culture and traditions.

  • Island Tour Guide

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Go on a tropical adventure with our Thailand Island Tour Guide services, meticulously crafted to explore some of the most popular and breathtaking islands that attract tourists from around the world. Our expert guides ensure a seamless and enriching experience as you discover the natural beauty and unique charm of Thailand’s islands. Begin your island exploration with a visit to Phuket, the largest island in Thailand, renowned for its stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, and water activities. Immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters of Koh Phi Phi, a paradise for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts, surrounded by dramatic limestone cliffs. Traverse the pristine shores of Koh Samui, known for its palm-fringed beaches, lush jungles, and lively entertainment scene. Explore the serene and picture-perfect landscapes of Koh Tao, a haven for divers seeking vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life. For a tranquil escape, venture to the Phi Phi Islands, where turquoise waters and white sandy beaches await. Our island tour services extend to the scenic Railay Beach, accessible only by boat and famed for its towering limestone cliffs. Whether it’s the laid-back vibes of Koh Lanta or the hidden gems of the Similan Islands, our guides ensure that your island-hopping experience in Thailand is filled with exploration, relaxation, and unforgettable memories.

Nightlife Guide

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Experience an unforgettable journey through Thailand’s dynamic nightlife and cultural attractions with our specialized tour guide services. Explore the pulsating nightlife of Bangkok’s Sukhumvit Road, where renowned clubs like Levels and Insanity Nightclub promise an electrifying experience. In Phuket, discover the vibrant atmosphere of Patong’s Bangla Road, home to clubs like Illuzion and Seduction Discotheque. For a taste of cultural richness, our street market tours take you to iconic destinations such as Asiatique the Riverfront in Bangkok, offering a blend of shopping, dining, and entertainment, or the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar with its diverse crafts and local flavors. Dive into the lively street life of Yaowarat Chinatown in Bangkok, or explore the unique finds and culinary delights at the Rot Fai Night Market. While we acknowledge the existence of areas like Pattaya Walking Street and Nana Plaza, our Sex Life Tours are conducted with cultural sensitivity and respect, providing information in a responsible manner. Our tour guides prioritize safety and ensure that every traveler enjoys a well-rounded, immersive, and respectful exploration of Thailand’s diverse nightlife and cultural scenes.

Walking Tour

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Take off on an enriching and immersive journey through Bangkok’s cultural and commercial gems with our specialized Bangkok Walking Tours. Our expert tour guides are dedicated to providing a unique experience as you explore the city’s vibrant neighborhoods on foot, offering insights into its rich history and contemporary allure. Begin your walking adventure with visits to iconic temples, such as the awe-inspiring Wat Phra Kaew within the Grand Palace complex, and the serene Wat Pho, home to the magnificent reclining Buddha. Stroll through the historic district of Rattanakosin Island, where each step unveils architectural wonders and tales of Thai royalty. Transition into the bustling commercial areas as you wander through the vibrant markets of Chinatown, a sensory delight with its lively street scenes, diverse street food, and colorful stalls.  Venture into the modern commercial hub of Bangkok with a walk through the vibrant Sukhumvit Road. Marvel at the towering skyscrapers, luxury shopping centers, and bustling street markets. Our Bangkok Walking Tours are designed to provide a comprehensive and intimate exploration of the city’s diverse attractions, all while enjoying the pace and charm that can only be experienced on foot.

  • Private Tour Guide

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Indulge in a seamless and personalized exploration of Bangkok and other popular destinations in Thailand with our Full-Service Private Tour Guide offerings. Tailored for the discerning traveler, our comprehensive services ensure a hassle-free and enriching experience from start to finish. Our expert guides are dedicated to crafting a customized itinerary based on your preferences and interests, offering a unique blend of cultural immersion, historical insights, and leisurely exploration. Venture beyond the capital to experience the pristine beaches of Phuket, where private guides will curate a day of relaxation or exhilarating water activities based on your desires. Discover the cultural tapestry of Chiang Mai, exploring the ancient temples, such as Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Phra Singh, with the guidance of our knowledgeable experts. Explore the picturesque landscapes of the Phi Phi Islands, where turquoise waters and white sandy beaches create a tropical paradise. Uncover the lush jungles and vibrant nightlife of Koh Samui or indulge in the underwater wonders of Koh Tao. Our Full-Service Private Tour Guide services extend to the historical richness of Ayutthaya, the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak, and the cultural treasures of Sukhothai.

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Our Thailand tour guide services offer a comprehensive range of experiences for travelers exploring Bangkok and other parts of Thailand. Here’s a breakdown of (but not limited to) the services we provide:

  • Customized Experiences: Your services offer private tour guides, indicating a personalized and tailored experience for each traveler or group.
  • Flexibility: Private guides allow flexibility in the itinerary, accommodating specific interests, preferences, and pacing.
  • City Exploration: Guided tours of Bangkok, likely covering popular attractions such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun, and other culturally significant sites.
  • Local Insights: Your guides may provide insights into local culture, history, and traditions, enhancing the overall experience for visitors.
  • Beach Destinations: Explore the beautiful islands of Thailand, which may include famous ones like Phuket, Koh Samui, Koh Phi Phi, or others.
  • Water Activities: Provide opportunities for water-related activities such as snorkeling, diving, or simply relaxing on pristine beaches.
  • Entertainment Venues: Guided tours of Bangkok’s vibrant nightlife scene, including visits to popular bars, nightclubs, or cultural shows.
  • Local Cuisine: Showcase the diverse range of Thai cuisine available during the evening, offering a culinary experience for travelers.
  • Cultural Immersion: Explore the rich cultural and religious heritage of Thailand through guided temple tours.
  • Historical Context: Provide historical context and stories behind each temple, fostering a deeper understanding of Thai spirituality and history.
  • Comprehensive Services: Your tour guide services extend beyond Bangkok to cover various regions and attractions throughout Thailand.
  • Diverse Experiences: Cater to diverse interests, ensuring that travelers can explore not only urban environments but also the natural beauty and cultural richness present in different parts of the country.
  • Customer Satisfaction: Prioritize customer satisfaction by offering high-quality, personalized services.
  • Local Expertise: Leverage the knowledge and expertise of your local guides to provide an authentic and enriching experience for travelers.

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Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Thailand with Chonticha “Akino” our exceptional female local guide,  boasting over two decades of experience as a private tour guide. Our seasoned guide possesses an intimate knowledge of the country’s cultural nuances, historical significance, and hidden gems, ensuring a personalized and insightful journey for every traveler. With her 41 years of life experience in Thailand, she provides a unique perspective that goes beyond the standard tourist trail.

Her expertise extends to the bustling cityscape of Bangkok, where she navigates visitors through iconic landmarks like the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and the vibrant street markets of Chinatown. Beyond the capital, her in-depth understanding of Thailand’s diverse regions ensures an enriching exploration of popular destinations such as Phuket, Chiang Mai, and the tropical islands.

This experienced guide excels in creating bespoke itineraries, catering to individual preferences and interests. Whether you’re seeking cultural immersion, historical insights, or off-the-beaten-path adventures, her wealth of knowledge and warm demeanor ensures an unforgettable experience.

Navigating the intricacies of Thai cuisine, she introduces visitors to delectable street food, hidden culinary gems, and upscale dining establishments. Her cultural sensitivity and fluency in English facilitate seamless communication, allowing travelers to connect authentically with the local way of life.

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Find the right sightseeing tour for you in Thailand. There are 43 trips to choose from, that range from 4 days in length, up to 21 days. The month with the most departures is September, making it the most popular time to visit Thailand.

43 Sightseeing tour packages in Thailand with 305 reviews

Thai Island Hopper West (Standard, 8 Days) Tour

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Thai Island Hopper West (Standard, 8 Days)

Aaron was instrumental in making our trip awesome , was stern when needed to be especially to the travellers who were late on their timings. Overall an amazing professional and human being as well
  • €100 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Fantastic Thailand - 9 Days Tour

Fantastic Thailand - 9 Days

The tour was impeccably organized, Bravo offer PRIVATE SERVICES in some day with a perfect balance of sightseeing and leisure time. We never felt rushed, allowing us to savor each moment.
  • 10% deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Essential Southern Thailand Tour

Essential Southern Thailand

Amazing Thailand Discovery in 12 Days Tour

Amazing Thailand Discovery in 12 Days

My overall experience was excellent. I highly recommend this tour for first-time visitors to Thailand like myself. I saw diverse parts of Thailand, from the capital to the northern region and southern islands. I enjoyed visiting the elephant sanctuary and canoeing in the bay filled with limestones. The private tour guides for my trip were excellent; they were very personable and friendly. I like the direct communication with the tour company via Whatsapp. I didn't have to worry about much during my trip because they organized everything for me from when I landed in Bangkok to the end of my tour. The only thing I didn't like was some of the hotels that were selected for my trip. They weren't my style. I mentioned it to the tour company, who quickly made changes to accommodate me. Thailand is a beautiful country to visit, and I recommend this tour.

Tailor-Made Best Thailand Tour with Phuket, Daily Departure Tour

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Tailor-Made Best Thailand Tour with Phuket, Daily Departure

This was a fantastic value. The guides were fantastic and so was the itinerary. The hotels were so so. Two were terrific and two not so great. However excellent trip and tour radar service was top notch. Definitely recommend
  • Book With Flexibility This operator allows you to rebook your dates or tours with them for free, waiving change fees.

Classic Thailand & Island Hopping - East Coast Tour

Classic Thailand & Island Hopping - East Coast

Experience real Bangkok and Chiang mai , Small Group Tour

Experience real Bangkok and Chiang mai , Small Group

That was a great experience I took 8 days trip in Thailand. I've seen all of Highlights, No worry how to get around, Also had a chance to relax. There were many activites that I try. Great Tour, great Guide and within my budget and small group. Thank you Gigi and Pan you guys were great. Hightly recommend this tour to any one.

Trails and Gems of Siam, Private Tour Tour

Trails and Gems of Siam, Private Tour

15+ Bangkok highlight  Beach, River wai, Biking, Kayak Tour

15+ Bangkok highlight Beach, River wai, Biking, Kayak

It's a wonderful trip. I impress about explore Thai culture, history, and Natural Attraction. the guide was very friendly and good service. cool!

Thai Lanna Highlight Tour Tour

Thai Lanna Highlight Tour

Real Thailand (from Bangkok to Phuket) Tour

Real Thailand (from Bangkok to Phuket)

Northern Thai Highlights (8 Days) Tour

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Northern Thai Highlights (8 Days)

6-Day Thailand Discovery Tour

6-Day Thailand Discovery

Tailor-Made 2-Weeks Private Thailand Tour with Beaches Vacation, Daily Departure Tour

Tailor-Made 2-Weeks Private Thailand Tour with Beaches Vacation, Daily Departure

Bangkok Essentials 5 Days - Private Tour Tour

Bangkok Essentials 5 Days - Private Tour

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This tour was unforgettable. Met some great people and visited great places. The islands visited were amazing and the nights out were good fun. Angus was a great tour guide who was very helpful aswell as making the trip more fun for all of us. Definitely recommend!!
It was a fantastic vacation that lives up to the name of the tour. It was a very complete trip because it had cultural, historical content, adventures and beautiful beaches. We had the opportunity to move around the country and visit wonderful places and learn more about a culture very different from ours and we are very happy with the Tour Operator because everything flowed perfectly, we did not have any type of problem, I can say that I recommend this tour 100%.
I had an amazing time on my Thailand tour with Bravo Indochina Tours! It was an ideal blend of cultural immersion and relaxation. The tour guides were not only informative but also friendly, making me feel like I was traveling with friends. Whether it was visiting the Grand Palace in Bangkok or enjoying the serene beauty of Phuket ‘s beaches, this tour operator exceeded my expectations

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Northern Thailand: The Ultimate 2-week Itinerary

Northern Thailand: The Ultimate 2-week Itinerary

Welcome to the enchanting realm of Northern Thailand, a timeless favorite and perfect example of the vibrant spirit of the ‘Land of Smiles’. Embark on a two-week journey, immersing yourself in the region’s breathtaking beauty and rich culture as you explore its lively cities, natural wonders, and ornate temples. The country is famously known as the jewel of Asia, making the luscious north an irresistible and must-visit destination. From peaceful nature hikes to lively night markets, here’s everything you need to know for the perfect itinerary through the north of Thailand.

2 Weeks in Northern Thailand

Different than the famous pristine beaches in the south and the bustling capital of Bangkok , northern Thailand is renowned for its forested mountains, lush rice paddies, and powerful falls. Explore the vibrant city of Chiang Mai with its ancient temples and lively night markets before journeying on to the picturesque towns of Pai and Chiang Rai .

Also read: Complete 7-Day Thailand Itinerary

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Two weeks is the ideal amount of time to soak up the beautiful landscapes, from tall canyons to luscious jungles and peaceful hot springs. Discover our Northern Thailand itinerary in this complete guide.

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Day 1 + 2: Arrival in Chiang Mai

Welcome to the vibrant city and ancient capital of Northern Thailand! Chiang Mai makes the perfect destination to start your 2-week journey through the lush landscapes of the north, filled with many hidden gems. The international airport has many connections worldwide and is only a 10-minute ride from the center. 

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Century-old temples, bustling night markets, and some of the best coffee shops in the world – that’s what you can expect from the first few days of your north-of-Thailand itinerary. Although Chiang Mai is one of the largest cities in the country, it has a cozy atmosphere, allowing you to soak up the rich culture and surroundings at a slower pace.

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In the early hours, visit one of the most stunning temples in the area, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which sits high atop Doi Suthep mountain. Then, explore the old center and city walls of Chiang Mai (the city is believed to date back all the way to 1294 A.D.!).

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The Old Town is the beating heart of Chiang Mai, home to charming streets, sacred temples, and many hidden coffee shops. By night, delve into the delicious Thai cuisine by visiting the incredible street markets or joining a fun cooking class. 

Read more: The best things to do in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Doi Inthanon National Park

For stunning mountain views, thundering waterfalls, and beautiful sunrises, spend your next day in Doi Inthanon National Park. Located only 1.5 hours from Chiang Mai, this incredible park is home to the highest mountain in Thailand and many beautiful trails, making it a must-do when visiting the north.

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Trek through the lush jungles and across flat grasslands, always with incredible views over the green surroundings. The trails in Doi Inthanon are especially stunning in the winter mornings when a blanket of clouds swirls over the mountain ridges into the valleys. 

Read all you need to know about visiting Doi Inthanon National Park .

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Where to Stay in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai has various accommodation options for every budget, from backpacker hostels and mid-range guesthouses to luxury apartments.

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If it’s your first time in Thailand, the best place to stay is in the Old Town, where most hotels and hostels are located.

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Day 3: Chiang Mai to Pai

High up in the mountains of northern Thailand lies Pai , a beautiful village known for its stunning landscapes and relaxed vibe. It’s a popular backpacking destination, with many visitors arriving on the Mae Hong Son Loop. From Chiang Mai, it’s about a 3-hour journey north to Pai. Wind your way past brightly-colored rice paddies and take in some of Thailand’s most breathtaking views. 

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From bamboo bridges tucked between lush green and yellow rice fields to the forested mountains and bright blue sky – everything here looks as if it could come straight off a painting.

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Climb up to the majestic Big Buddha (Wat Phra That Mae Yen) that lies nestled in the green hills, overlooking the village and surrounding paddies below. After dark, visit the bustling hub of the Pai Night Market, where stalls line the streets, and live music drifts out the bars.

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How to Get from Chiang Mai to Pai

Pai lies about 3-4 hours from Chiang Mai and makes a great destination to add to your North of Thailand itinerary. You can get to the mountain village in a few different ways.

The easiest way to get to Pai is by renting a car. The roads in Thailand are becoming more and more developed, making it easier to drive between destinations. Having your own transportation also gives you more freedom on your trip. 

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By Shared Van

The cheapest way to get to Pai is to book a shared van from Chiang Mai (about 280 THB/8 USD per person). However, this is a very popular option, so we recommend booking a few days in advance during the high season.

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By Motorbike 

Another, more exhilarating, way to travel to Pai is by motorcycle. This is a great way to see the incredible nature of the north of Thailand as you zigzag your way up into the hills. However, only do this if you feel confident driving, as this is a busy itinerary with many (762!) corners and usually takes a bit longer than Google Maps tells you. 

Tip: Don’t want to carry your luggage? There are companies in Chiang Mai who’ll take your bags for you to your next destination.

Motorbike rental starts around 150-400 THB (4.30 – 11.60 USD) per day, depending on the model you choose. There are many rental companies in Chiang Mai, but remember that you’ll always need to leave your passport or a deposit of 3.000 THB (87 USD).

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Day 4 – 6: Pai

Spend the next few days of your north-of-Thailand itinerary exploring the village of Pai and its surroundings. Though small, there are plenty of things to do in and around the mountain settlement. From marveling at the stunning Pai Canyon around sunrise to visiting one of the most beautiful temples (Wat Si Don Chai), intricately decorated with gorgeous details. Explore the region by bike, stopping at every viewpoint and looking out over the stunning cloud-covered mountains. 

Read more: best things to do in Pai, Thailand

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One of the best things to do in Pai is to go rafting or tubing on the river! See the beautiful surrounding nature from a different perspective and meet new friends while you make your way down the waters. Normally, tours drop you a few km upstream, allowing you to float back down (usually 1-2 hours). During the rainy season, when the river level is high, you can go for adrenaline-pumping white water rafting instead. 

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Where to Stay in Pai

Depending on your budget, there are lots of accommodation options in Pai, from backpacker hostels to pool-side villas or traditional wooden bungalows.

Hotels in Pai 😴

Pai Village Boutique Resort

Day 7: Tham Lod Cave

Motorcycle around the cloud-covered mountains as you pass buffalos grazing in the luscious rice fields and people swimming in the river – the perfect way to see local life in Northern Thailand. From Pai, make your way to the hot springs and the nearby Tham Lod Cave. The Pai region has hundreds of caves, but Tham Lod is easily the most impressive. 

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This 1.5 KM cave network is mind-blowing, with three enormous chambers to explore on foot. Climb the bamboo stairs into caves full of stalactites as a guide helps you navigate through the dark. The most spectacular sight happens just before the sun sets when 250.000 birds fly back into the cave for the night. Afterward, stay overnight at Resort Kanlaya’s Eyrie . 

Entry Fee & Opening Times: 500 THB (14.40 USD) for a guided tour of all three caves + raft boat that you split with three other people. It’s mandatory to hire a guide. The caves are open from 9 AM – 6 PM. Read more about Tham Lod in our complete Pai travel guide .

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How to Get to the Tham Lod Cave

To explore the nature around Pai, you’ll want to rent a motorcycle or book an organized tour. A motorcycle costs around 150-400 THB (4.30 – 11.60 USD) per day, depending on the model you choose. There are a few companies in town, but keep in mind that you’ll need to leave your passport or put down a deposit of 3,000 THB (87 USD).

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Day 8: Pai to Chiang Mai

After your small break from the city, head back to Chiang Mai. On your way, make a stop at the Elephant Nature Park , an incredible nature reserve that’s an ethical and responsible sanctuary for animals. This is the only place in Thailand to experience elephants (or another sanctuary recommended by the park’s staff). Watch as the majestic animals interact with one another, happy and healthy as they would in the wild. However, make sure to book ahead, as this experience sells out quickly, especially during peak season. 

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Once you return to Chiang Mai, head to the Old Town for live music at places like North Gate Jazz Co-op or hunt for colorful street art.

Here are all your hotel options in Chiang Mai.

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Day 9: Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai

From the ancient capital, head up north towards the mountainous Chiang Rai , full of thundering falls, green valleys, and beautiful flower fields. This unique destination is often missed in favor of more popular destinations but makes a must-visit on any trip through the north of Thailand. Explore the incredible temples perched between the lush greenery, and dive into the many jungle trails, taking in all the beautiful surrounding nature.

Read more: Best things to do in Chiang Rai, Thailand

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How to get from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai lies about a 3.5-hour drive from Chiang Mai, making it a popular destination for tours. The easiest way to get to Chiang Rai is by hiring a car. The roads in Northern Thailand are becoming more developed, making it easier to travel between destinations. 

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Alternatively, you can book a tour up to Chiang Rai from Chiang Mai, including transportation, a guide, and entry to all the most important sites around town.

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Where to Stay in Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai has many budget-friendly hostels in the center, as well as more scenic options along the river. Here, you’ll find more upmarket options, including some high-end resorts and boutique hotels.

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Baan Ga Cha Villa

We stayed at Baan Ga-Cha Villa , which is great for a bigger group! Although, you do need a motorcycle to get there as it’s a little out of the center.

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Day 10 + 11: Chiang Rai

Spend your mornings sipping delicious coffee in one of the many cafes around the area. Discover the highest waterfall (70 meters!) by going on a beautiful jungle hike, passing through the greenery to the falls. Make sure to visit the detailed hilltop temples and the Big Buddha around sunset, when lovely colors light up the buildings and the valleys below. End your days at the night market in Chiang Rai, full of delicious food, live music, and a great atmosphere. 

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Day 12: Phu Langka Viewpoint

Leave in the morning and head out to Phu Langka to discover some of the most incredible views in Chiang Rai. This stunning region in Northern Thailand is known for its protected forest and limestone peaks towering out between a blanket of low-hanging clouds. En route, stop at great coffee spots like Paragraph Cafe or Cafe’ine before heading to the Phayao viewpoint . 

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This large platform atop the high mountain ridge looks over the beautiful valley below. We recommend staying the night here if you can, so you’ll wake up to an incredible sunrise view over the surrounding. (Read all about Phu Langka viewpoint in Phayao, Thailand )

Remember that not many people speak English in this region. Because of this, it’s best to download the Thai language offline on Google Translate. Although, typically, 4G connections do work in this area.

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Getting to Phu Langka

It’s a 3-hour drive to get to the viewpoint. However, this journey is an experience in itself, leading you through beautiful rice paddies, farm fields, and stunning mountain roads. There are a few different routes to get to Phu Langka viewpoint , with the most direct being 2 hours on the highway. However, traffic is much busier here, so we recommend taking one of the alternative roads. 

Tip: Bring layers! It’s slightly cooler up in the mountains, so you’ll likely want to add/remove a layer while making your way up through the winding roads.

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Renting your own transport means you can explore at your own pace and make up your own itinerary. We rented scooters from B-Rider, and another good option is Nice Rental. You can also opt to rent a car, as many of Thailand’s roads are improving. 

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Where to Stay in Phu Langka

You can stay in the tiny village where you’ll find the viewpoint. All the houses line one street, with a few cafes and restaurants serving food in the morning and evening. There are currently barely any accommodations on any hotel booking sites. We booked ours by looking on Google Maps and messaging them via FB.

Read: All about Phu Langka viewpoint in Phayao, Thailand .

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Day 13: Back to Chiang Rai

On day 13 of your north-of-Thailand itinerary, head back to Chiang Rai and spend your last day strolling through the laidback city. Marvel at the golden clock tower if you haven’t seen this centerpiece yet, and relax at one of the many cafes in town. This region of the country is home to the best coffee plantations, so Chiang Rai has fantastic locally-sourced coffee. Some of our favorites: 

  • Chivit Thamma Da Coffee House
  • Doi Chang Coffee
  • Akha Ama Coffee
  • Ban Mai Chay Nam
  • Norn Nung Len Cafe

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Day 14: Fly out from Chiang Rai

After an amazing two weeks in Northern Thailand, it’s time to say goodbye to this beautiful part of the country. Whether heading home or traveling elsewhere, you’ll have plenty of incredible memories of your journey here. It’s only a 15-minute drive from central Chiang Rai to the Mae Fah Luang – Chiang Rai International Airport, which has many domestic and international connections. 

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How to Visit Northern Thailand

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The north of Thailand’s biggest airport is Chiang Mai International Airport, with many connections, particularly within Asia, and is only a short 10-minute taxi drive from the center.

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Getting Around the North of Thailand

Depending on your preferences, there are a few different ways of getting around the region. In Thailand, getting around by taxi is the most convenient. For example, we mostly used the Grab taxi app to get around Chiang Rai . 

Alternatively, you can also hop on a Tuk-Tuk or Songthaew to get around the cities. These are both cheap and convenient options for getting around and can be hailed from the street. Songthaews are the red shared taxis that are more affordable than tuk-tuks but can be a bit slower.

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An easy way to get around on your route through the north of Thailand is by renting a car. The roads in Thailand are becoming more and more developed, making it easier to drive between destinations.

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Renting a motorbike

Scooter/motorbike rental starts at around 150-400 THB (4.30 – 11.60 USD) per day, depending on the model you choose. There are lots of rental companies in the cities and towns of Northern Thailand, but keep in mind that you need to leave your passport or put down a deposit of 3,000 THB (87 USD).

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Our Favorite Accommodations

There are many fantastic options when it comes to accommodation in northern Thailand, whether it’s a jungle bungalow high up in the mountains or a lively hostel in downtown Chiang Mai. Below are our favorites for each destination on this 2-week itinerary.

  • Chiang Mai:  18 In Town Homestay , Makkachiva , POR Thapae Gate
  • Pai:  Village Boutique Resort , Family House Pai , Resort Kanlaya’s Eyrie (Nam Lod Cave)
  • Doi Inthanon: Father’s Garden , Monsonkeang Camping View
  • Chiang Rai: Baan Ga Cha Villa , MORA Boutique Hotel , Sleepy House

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How Much Do 2 Weeks in Thailand Cost?

Overall, Thailand is very affordable, particularly if you’re staying in hostels and eating out at local restaurants or street vendors. The biggest expense on your north-of-Thailand itinerary will be transport, such as for the tuk-tuks downtown, car rental, or scooter hire. 

Costs of Traveling in Northern Thailand

Travel on a budget in Northern Thailand, from $180 − $360 USD weekly per person, mid-range $450 − $860 USD, and high-end from $860 − $1180 USD. However, costs depend on factors like accommodation, transportation, and activities. We did not include flights. Check flight prices here

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Best Time to Visit Northern Thailand

Thailand is generally hot and humid. However, the weather depends on the region and time of year you visit. The country sees three seasons, with the cool season being the most pleasant time to visit. This period runs from October to February in Northern Thailand, bringing cool air up into the mountains. Due to its elevated position, Pai sees the coolest temperatures in the north.

However, this is also considered the high season in Thailand, so expect bigger crowds and higher prices. For that reason, the perfect months for your north of Thailand itinerary are October – November, just at the end of the rainy season. 

Read more: The best time to visit Thailand

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Do I Need a Visa for Thailand?

Most passport holders do not require a visa to enter Thailand. However, you will need a valid passport and an onward plane ticket to prove you will exit the country within 30 days. You can check the national Thai embassy website to see if your country is exempt from needing a visa and how to apply for a Visa on Arrival instead.

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The PERFECT 3 Days in Krabi Itinerary (2024 Guide)

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  • Last Updated: January 17, 2024

If you’re planning a trip to Thailand, be sure to consider this awesome three days in Krabi itinerary. 

Krabi is a coastal town located on the west coast of Thailand that is surrounded by craggy limestone hills and pristine islands. It has a spot on the bucket list of countless travellers. 

Vibrant bustling streets in Ao Nang Beach and the gorgeous view of Railay Beach, dining by the river in Chao Fah Night Market, dipping in Emerald Pool, panoramic view of Krabi city – it’s not exaggerating to say that Krabi truly has something for everyone . 

Did I mention the Krabi island hopping tours? There are plenty of those to go around!

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Hiking in Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint

Shell cemetery (susan hoi), pay a visit to wat kaew korawaram, sunset & nightlife in ao nang beach, walking along the pier, go for an island-hopping tour, have a drink in a bar in krabi town, hiking in wat tham sua or tiger cave temple , ride to emerald pool in krabi, dip into klong thom hot springs in krabi, dinner in chao fah night market, best time to visit krabi, getting to krabi, thailand, getting around in krabi, where to stay in krabi – baan to guesthouse , wrapping up your krabi itinerary, the perfect 3 days in krabi itinerary for every traveller.

If you’re planning a trip to Krabi, Thailand, here is the perfect 3 days in Krabi itinerary to ease up your travel planning!

We’ll include island tours in the Andaman Sea, the famous Railay Beach, Krabi night market, hikes through the jungle, views over the stunning Krabi province, and more. There is so much to do when you visit Krabi town and the surrounding areas!

Ma Tang Ming Island In Krabi

Day 1 – Hikes and Nightlife

Let’s get the first morning of your Krabi itinerary started with some hiking. You’ll end the day exploring Ao Nang, a vibrant town for nightlife.

What’s a better way to start your trip in a new city than enjoying the panoramic view over the surrounding wilderness after an exhausting hike?

Everyone has their way of fighting the fatigue of flying. In my case, I always prefer hiking, which guarantees a good night’s sleep at the end of the day.

The hike to Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint is not a difficult one, but it does take some time – around 2-3 hours for a return trip. 

And the next stop on our Krabi itinerary is on the way back from Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint, so plan for a long day out. 

There are plenty of free motorcycle parking lots at the entrance in front of the luxurious resorts. Don’t ride past the gate, if not, you’ll be charged a parking fee for a distance of 5 minutes’ walk.

There is no entrance fee to this hike, but the ranger at the counter will repeatedly remind you to tip them before and after you do the hike.

The Surreal View Of Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint Over The Vast Rainforest In Krabi.

Like other hikes, there are steep and plain parts on the trail. For some steeper parts, they’ve built staircases to make your hike easier. 

It’s all dirt trail on the hike, and wearing a sandal is no doubt a bad idea. The dense jungle blocks off any winds that could be cooling you off, so make sure you bring plenty of water to hydrate yourself!

When you’re approaching the peak, there are signboards pointing to a waterfall and a lake. You may want to avoid these as they are not all that attractive.

At the peak, you’ll be rewarded with a breathtaking view at a few hundred meters above sea level. Just make sure you don’t stand on the dangerous cliffs barred off from visitors. 

Never risk your life for a photo, just enjoy the view from the vantage point.

If you have the time, stop at Tubkaek Beach , located right just after leaving Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint. This is a very quiet, long beach with amazing views on the limestone hills budding from the sea surface in distance. 

READ MORE: Plan your trip to Thailand with our comprehensive Thailand Travel Guide! Click here to check it out .

The Krabi Shell Cemetery is located 17 kilometres from Krabi town centre, which makes a great detour on your way back from the Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint. That’s if you’re staying in Krabi town. 

The road leading to the entrance of Susan Hoi is intercepted at the main road connecting Ao Nang Beach and Krabi Town. 

With the shell fossils dating back to 25-40 million years, it’s a great place for those who’re interested. But if you’re not into these things, you’ll probably want to pass on this attraction and head straight back into Krabi town. 

The entrance fee to Susan Hoi is 200 Baht per entry.

On your way to the next point, don’t forget to grab some snacks or drinks from the Family Mart or 7-Eleven. They’re spread out across the town like mushrooms, you find them literally everywhere.

Wat Kaew Korawaram is absolutely the most elegant temple in Krabi. Located right inside Krabi town centre, the temple is easily accessible to visitors staying near the pier. 

The staircases leading to the temple from the main road are decorated with naga sculptures, giving it a classic Thailand Buddhist temple appearance. 

Upon reaching the temple, you’ll notice several dozens of information boards depicting the stories of Buddha – the birth of Buddha, how Buddha achieved enlightenment , and more. 

The only downside is that some of the details and explanations are in the Thai language only.

While you’re there, take a moment and appreciate the architecture of the majestic temple. The entrance to Wat Kaew Korawaram is free of charge!

Wat Kaew Korawaram

Now we’re talking about one of the most popular beaches in Thailand – Ao Nang Beach. This well-trodden beach is often the spot to be for sunset views.

And despite the crowds, there’s no reason to miss Ao Nang on your Krabi itinerary.

On your way to Ao Nang Beach, you’ll pass by dozens of vibrant stores before reaching the parking lot.

While the beach is always filled during evening hours, it’s totally possible to find a spot for yourself on the massive stretch of beach.

Head into the bustling streets and alleys of Ao Nang when the sun goes down as this is when the nightlife begins. 

Hundreds of restaurants serve cuisines from all around the world on the wide budget range. Need cheap eats? Head over to the night market. 

Bars, pubs, and souvenir stores are spread throughout Ao Nang, so you’ll surely enjoy your night there!

Ao Nang Beach!

Day 2 – Island Hopping

After a fun night in Ao Nang, get ready for an epic day. Your second day in your Krabi itinerary will be an unforgettable one.

Today, we’re going island-hopping! You’ll get to see some gorgeous islands, and even pay a visit to the infamous Railay Beach.

Walking along the Krabi pier is a great way to start your day. Facing east, you could catch the sunrise from the mangrove forest on the opposite side.

The famous crab sculptures and several decorations were placed along the pier and every morning, it welcomes dozens of morning runners.

On your way back to your hotel, grab a sandwich from the Family Mart nearby or quickly stop at a cafe or restaurant of your choice in the area.

It’s going to be a busy day so load up on coffee and grab that bite to eat and let’s get started!

The Famous Crab Sculptures In Krabi.

A trip to Krabi wouldn’t be complete without an island-hopping tour. This very coast is surrounded by dozens of breathtaking uninhabited islands, crystal-clear waters and limestone hills. 

It’s extremely easy to book a tour in Krabi. The easiest way would be booking with your accommodation manager, who usually has some discounts.

Most tours you will find will either be for 4 islands or 7 islands.

While I was staying in Baan To Guesthouse in Krabi, I went on the 7 Islands Sunset Tour for 900 Baht (discounted from 1,500 Baht).

There are also different tours like the 4 Islands Tour (which is more well-known to visitors), kayaking tours, rainforest discovery tour, and more. 

There is honestly not much difference between the 7 Islands and 4 Islands tours.

BONUS –  Booking ahead of time ensures you won’t miss out on the tour, and get the best price too! And just for NOMADasaurus readers, if you use the Klook discount code  “NOMADS10”  on the website when checking out, you’ll get $10 off your first booking!

Both are going to provide you with a full-day tour. The 4 islands tours will allow you to spend more time on each island. But you get to see more on the 7 islands tour. 

It’s all up to you whether you want to spend more time racing around between the different islands or relaxing on the beach!

For the 7 Islands Sunset Tour you can expect an itinerary similar to this: 

The tuk-tuk will pick you up at 12 pm and bring you to Ao Nam Mao Pier. There, you will register yourself and collect the snorkelling mask. 

Snorkeling With The Fish In Chicken Island.

You’ll then be directed onboard the longtail boat to start your day.

Throughout the day you will be visiting Tup Island, Thap Island, Chicken Island, Poda Island, Ma Tang Ming Island, Si Island, Phra Nang Beach, and Railay Beach (which technically isn’t an island).

You will get to walk between Tup Island and Thap Island , which is connected by the shallow beach on foot. You’ll also get to snorkel with the fish near Chicken Island , chill on Poda Island , visit Phra Nang Cave Beach and finally feast on a buffet dinner while watching the sunset in Railay Beach . 

Railay Beach is one of Thailand’s most famous. Framed by limestone cliffs and dense jungle, Railay Beach is popular among rock climbers and photographers.

For some tours on your Krabi itinerary, you may also get to go night snorkelling to see the phytoplankton before heading back for the fire show at the pier at around 8 pm. 

Sounds cool, right!? Book a 4-Island tour here!

An alternative option is booking a day tour to Koh Phi Phi . Koh Phi Phi is a great day trip, as it includes all the highlights like Viking Cave, Monkey Beach, and Maya Bay.

We would recommend spending a few days in Koh Phi Phi and taking your time seeing Maya Bay and the Koh Phi Phi town center.

But if you’re short on time and you’d rather visit Koh Phi Phi as a day trip from Krabi, you can do that. Any Krabi island hopping trip should include Koh Phi Phi for sure!

The View You Get From Tup Island, Surrounded By Nothing But Pristine Beaches And Crystal-Clear Seawater. Well, And Boats And Other Visitors, Of Course.

After returning back to the Krabi province after a busy day exploring the islands you will find the nightlife is starting to pick up. 

Krabi is home to countless bars, swarmed by foreign visitors every night to spend the last few hours of the day. If you’re staying in Ao Nang Beach, then, of course, you should spend the night there.

I never visited all of the bars in Krabi Town, but there’s one particular bar that I highly recommend – Booze Bar . The staff are friendly and they have live music and lovely vibes, all you could ask for in a perfect bar. 

READ MORE: Be sure to spend some time visiting Koh Phi Phi after your Krabi itinerary

Day 3 – Caves and the Emerald Pool

Most of the accommodations in Krabi do include breakfast in your stay, but if they don’t, they probably have a café to fill your morning tummy.

Today, we’re gonna rent a motorcycle to have fun around the outskirts of Krabi. If it’s not your thing, it’s pretty easy to get a tuk-tuk in Krabi to get to wherever you want!

You can also save a bunch of time by booking today’s activities as part of an all-inclusive tour ! Perfect if you’d rather not run the risk of riding a motorcycle without insurance or a license when you visit Krabi.

You might want to know that this is way more physically demanding compared to Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint. 

I’m not trying to scare you. But trust me, you’ll be thanking yourself after reaching the top, enjoying the magnificent view of the temple sitting upon the ragged limestone hill.

At the base, there are several attractions like an artificial waterfall, cafeteria, and temples.

But the main attraction lies on the top connected by the 1,200-step staircases (Note: due to its physical demand this is not for all travellers.)  

Visiting in the morning is a better idea as the weather is usually cooler and the sunlight isn’t as harsh as the scorching tropical sun in the afternoon.

It takes around 20-40 minutes to get to the temple on top.

If you’re worried about dehydration, bring a water bottle with you. But note that there is a water station at the temple on top to refill your bottle. 

You’ll have to take off your shoes to visit around the temple, and you could easily spend 30 minutes up there on the view alone.

Also, be extra careful of the aggressive monkeys. Don’t touch them, and don’t go near a mom with babies. And definitely don’t feed them.

Limestone Views Krabi

Over the years, Emerald Pool has become one of the must-visits in Krabi for no other reasons than it’s simply wonderful. Minerals in the water make the colour absolutely spectacular!

Located inside Thung Teao Forest Natural Park , there are several hiking trails surrounding the emerald pool too. But for now, let’s go straight for the pool.

Due to the tourist crowds, it’s wiser to pay this attraction a visit in the morning. So, it’s all up to you if you want to interchange this with Tiger Cave Temple.

With an entrance fee of 200 Baht, you are allowed to soak yourself in the crystal pond for as long as you want. The entrance closes at 4.30 pm.

Next up, Klong Thom Hot Springs is located near Emerald Pool, so I highly recommend you arrange both of these attractions on the same day on your Krabi itinerary.

The hot spring itself is extremely small and difficult to accommodate the number of visitors daily.

So, the authorities have decided to build an artificial pool near the hot spring and drain part of the water there for more people to enjoy.

The artificial pool is located before the authentic hot spring. So, if you’re visiting in the non-peak hours you could possibly enjoy the hot springs surrounded by gigantic tree roots.

It’s advised that you shouldn’t soak yourself in the hot springs for more than 20 minutes at a time.

The entrance fee to Klong Thom Hot Springs is 160 Baht, plus 10 Baht for your motorbike parking.

Chao Fah Night Market is one of the most enjoyable night markets in all of Thailand. Hundreds of tables and chairs are arranged by the pier, fenced by dozens of hawker stalls.

You can go over all the menus of every stall, but you won’t notice much difference other than the design. Choose the one you like, and order whatever you want, and they’ll arrange a seat for you. 

There are milkshake stalls there, which I recommend. (Krabi has much better milkshakes compared to Phi Phi Islands and Phuket, honestly.)

The highlights here are, of course, seafood, since Krabi is a coastal town. And they’re surprisingly affordable here too. You can get a big plate of clams for under 200 Baht!

You could also choose to attend the Blue Dragon Cabaret show , which is one of the more popular and most famous attractions in all of Thailand. 

There are other Ladyboy shows throughout Thailand but this is worth a watch on the last of your 3 days in Krabi itinerary.

READ MORE: Check out these great things to do when you are in nearby Phuket !

Krabi Thailand City Guide

Now that you have a pretty good idea about what you’re going to do with your 3 days in Krabi itinerary, let’s help you travel to and around Krabi and find the best accommodation and food! 

The best time to visit Krabi and the rest of Southern Thailand is generally during the dry season, which spans from November to April.

During these months, Krabi experiences pleasant weather with clear skies, warm temperatures, and lower humidity. Travel guides would recommend these months for exploring the region’s renowned limestone cliffs, pristine beaches, and vibrant marine life.

While the peak tourist season occurs from December to February, offering optimal conditions for various outdoor activities like rock climbing, island hopping, and snorkeling, visitors can still enjoy nice weather in the shoulder months of November and April.

However, you should always check the local weather and be mindful of potential variations in weather patterns, as occasional brief rain showers can occur even during the dry season.

If Krabi is your first destination in Thailand, then there’s good news – there is an international airport in Krabi.

Inside the Krabi Airport, you’ll have to choose between taking the shared van or private transfer to your accommodation.

In my case, I took the shared van, which is surprisingly comfortable with leather seats and a well-air-conditioned interior.

It took around 30 minutes to reach our hostel, and yes, they drop you right at the doorstep. The price? Only 90 Baht!

In some cases where you’re travelling in Phuket first, then consider taking the shared van from the bus terminals to Krabi. There are two bus terminals in Phuket. 

It takes 3 hours to reach Krabi by bus. The only downside is that the bus terminal is rather far from most accommodations.

You might need a cab to get to your hotel, or you could walk, which I did! The shared van costs 140 Baht.

What if you’re staying in Ao Nang? Well, it’s pretty similar.

From the airport, catch the shared van to Ao Nang, which costs slightly more at 110 Baht. From Phuket, just tell the receptionist that you’re going to Ao Nang. It’s pretty straightforward as Ao Nang and Krabi are so close.

For travellers, the most popular place to stay would be near the Chao Fah Park Pier. There are plenty of shops, marts, hostels, and hotels – and of course, night markets.

Since there are not that many attractions inside Krabi Town, renting a motorcycle is the easiest way to visit the nearest attractions like the Emerald Pool, Ao Nang, Khao Ngon Nak Viewpoint, and more.

Renting a motorcycle when you visit Krabi is almost effortless and is reasonably priced at around 200-250 Baht per day.

This price excludes petrol, which is pretty cheap as well. Chances are, you can rent a motorcycle from your hotel or hostel.

If a motorcycle is not your thing, then your options would be either private cabs, tours or GrabCar.

Tours are pretty common when you visit Krabi due to its popularity among Chinese, Russian and Korean tourists. So booking a tour is trouble-free.

Baan To Guesthouse definitely has one of the most strategic locations for those who visit Krabi. Within a 5-minutes’ walk, you’ll get to Chao Fah Night Market, the pier, and plenty of amazing cafes and restaurants, like 89 Café . 

I highly recommend this café, even though it’s a little pricey, the foods are top-notch and will never disappoint you.

They have one of the cheapest prices for double rooms in Krabi, and the on-site restaurant is perfect for breakfast. The host was extremely friendly as well, and we gladly rented her motorcycle for 250 Baht per day.

The rooms were basic, a little bit warm, so I suggest getting an air-conditioned room.

I hope you enjoyed reading this 3 days Krabi itinerary. Krabi Thailand is a wonderland for those who love nightlife. But it’s also perfect for those who enjoy travelling at a slower pace. 

In short, Krabi Thailand has something for everyone. Three days in Krabi are enough for most people to take in the essential attractions.

But if you’re opting to stay longer, Krabi is a great spot to sit back and relax!

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Very useful thank you for this!!

Hi! Is late October (20-30th) a good time for Krabi? or it is going to be rainy?

Is mid June a good time to visit Krabi for our babymoon? Do you recommend? All we need is a calm and cool place to relax and enjoy nature.

Thank for ur recommendation, me n my husband will go to krabi next month for 3 days. Its perfect itinerary for us ❤️

Hi, Thank you for the wonderful Itienary. Is it safe to hire motor bike or scooters in krabi? No frauds with the tourist?

Good day Thank you for the intinerary. Do you have one for Railay and Phiphi as well

Hi Johan, so glad you found the article helpful. We unfortunately do not have itinerary for these places. We have visited them but a long time ago. Both were great destinations.

Have you heard of Tonsai? It is right next door to Railey. We do have an article on that destination. https://www.nomadasaurus.com/taking-easy-ton-sai-bay/

Happy travels.

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<p><strong>Thailand, with its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and renowned hospitality, offers a plethora of experiences for every traveler. From the bustling streets of Bangkok to the serene beaches of the south and the lush mountains of the north, this guide will take you through the diverse facets of Thailand, ensuring a journey filled with discovery and wonder.</strong></p>

Thailand, with its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and renowned hospitality, offers a plethora of experiences for every traveler. From the bustling streets of Bangkok to the serene beaches of the south and the lush mountains of the north, this guide will take you through the diverse facets of Thailand, ensuring a journey filled with discovery and wonder.

<p><span>Bangkok, a city where ancient traditions seamlessly blend with modernity, offers an experience like no other. As you navigate its bustling streets, you’ll encounter magnificent temples such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Arun, standing as serene sanctuaries amidst the urban chaos. The Grand Palace, a former royal residence, highlights the city’s rich history and architectural grandeur.</span></p> <p><span>For shopping enthusiasts, the sprawling Chatuchak Weekend Market presents a labyrinth of stalls selling everything from vintage clothing to local handicrafts. Don’t miss the opportunity to indulge in Bangkok’s renowned street food, where dishes like Pad Thai and Som Tam are served with authentic flavors.</span></p> <p><span>The city’s vibrant nightlife, from rooftop bars to lively street markets, pulsates with energy, offering a glimpse into the contemporary lifestyle of Bangkok’s residents. Navigating Bangkok explores contrasts, where each turn presents a new facet of this dynamic city.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Visit the lesser-known but equally impressive Wat Benchamabophit for a more tranquil temple experience.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Bangkok is accessible by its two main airports, Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang. The city has an extensive public transport system, including the BTS Skytrain and MRT.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season from November to February is ideal, with pleasant weather and numerous festivals.</span></p>

Bangkok, a city where ancient traditions seamlessly blend with modernity, offers an experience like no other. As you navigate its bustling streets, you’ll encounter magnificent temples such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Arun, standing as serene sanctuaries amidst the urban chaos. The Grand Palace, a former royal residence, highlights the city’s rich history and architectural grandeur.

For shopping enthusiasts, the sprawling Chatuchak Weekend Market presents a labyrinth of stalls selling everything from vintage clothing to local handicrafts. Don’t miss the opportunity to indulge in Bangkok’s renowned street food, where dishes like Pad Thai and Som Tam are served with authentic flavors.

The city’s vibrant nightlife, from rooftop bars to lively street markets, pulsates with energy, offering a glimpse into the contemporary lifestyle of Bangkok’s residents. Navigating Bangkok explores contrasts, where each turn presents a new facet of this dynamic city.

Insider’s Tip: Visit the lesser-known but equally impressive Wat Benchamabophit for a more tranquil temple experience.

How To Get There: Bangkok is accessible by its two main airports, Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang. The city has an extensive public transport system, including the BTS Skytrain and MRT.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season from November to February is ideal, with pleasant weather and numerous festivals.

<p>Known for its low cost of living and a vibrant expat community, Chiang Mai is a hub for digital nomads. The city combines modern amenities with rich cultural heritage and is surrounded by stunning natural beauty.</p>

2. Chiang Mai

In Chiang Mai, the cultural heart of Northern Thailand, you’ll find a more laid-back atmosphere than Bangkok’s frenetic energy. The city is replete with historic temples, the most famous being Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang, each offering a peaceful retreat and a look into the spiritual practices of the locals. The Night Bazaar and Sunday Walking Street Market are hubs for artisanal crafts and street food, reflecting the city’s artistic flair and culinary richness.

Just outside the city, the lush landscapes of Doi Inthanon National Park await, with trekking trails leading to waterfalls and hill tribe villages. Chiang Mai’s charm lies in its blend of history, culture, and nature, providing a holistic experience of Thailand’s northern region.

Whether you’re exploring its ancient temples, engaging in a traditional Thai cooking class, or wandering through its vibrant markets, Chiang Mai captivates with its serene beauty and rich cultural tapestry.

Insider’s Tip: Take a Thai cooking class to delve deeper into the region’s unique flavors.

How To Get There: Chiang Mai has an international airport and is also accessible by train or bus from Bangkok.

Best Time To Travel: Visit during the cool season, particularly in November, for the Yi Peng Lantern Festival.

<p><span>Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, is a blend of experiences catering to those seeking relaxation and adventure. The island’s beaches, like Patong, Kata, and Karon, offer a range of atmospheres, from bustling shores with water sports activities to more tranquil retreats. Beyond its stunning beaches, Phuket’s Old Town reveals a different side of the island, with Sino-Portuguese architecture and a burgeoning arts scene.</span></p> <p><span>A visit to the Big Buddha is a must for a panoramic view of the island. The surrounding waters of Phuket, particularly the Phi Phi Islands and Similan Islands, are a paradise for divers and snorkelers, boasting vibrant marine life and crystal-clear waters.</span></p> <p><span>Phuket’s nightlife, especially in Patong, pulsates with energy, offering many entertainment options. The island’s diversity, from its natural beauty to cultural richness, makes Phuket a microcosm of Thailand’s allure.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Take a day trip to the Phi Phi Islands for some of the best snorkeling and diving.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Phuket is accessible by its international airport or by bus and ferry from the mainland.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The best weather is from November to February, with calm seas and sunny skies.</span></p>

Phuket, Thailand’s largest island, is a blend of experiences catering to those seeking relaxation and adventure. The island’s beaches, like Patong, Kata, and Karon, offer a range of atmospheres, from bustling shores with water sports activities to more tranquil retreats. Beyond its stunning beaches, Phuket’s Old Town reveals a different side of the island, with Sino-Portuguese architecture and a burgeoning arts scene.

A visit to the Big Buddha is a must for a panoramic view of the island. The surrounding waters of Phuket, particularly the Phi Phi Islands and Similan Islands, are a paradise for divers and snorkelers, boasting vibrant marine life and crystal-clear waters.

Phuket’s nightlife, especially in Patong, pulsates with energy, offering many entertainment options. The island’s diversity, from its natural beauty to cultural richness, makes Phuket a microcosm of Thailand’s allure.

Insider’s Tip: Take a day trip to the Phi Phi Islands for some of the best snorkeling and diving.

How To Get There: Phuket is accessible by its international airport or by bus and ferry from the mainland.

Best Time To Travel: The best weather is from November to February, with calm seas and sunny skies.

<p><span>The ancient city of Ayutthaya, once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, stands today as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offering a journey through Thailand’s storied past. As you wander through the historical park, you’ll encounter the ruins of temples and palaces, each telling a tale of the city’s former glory and subsequent destruction.</span></p> <p><span>The site’s most iconic structures, such as Wat Mahathat and Wat Phra Si Sanphet, showcase the sophisticated art and architecture of the Ayutthaya period. Exploring Ayutthaya is not just a historical excursion; it’s an immersive experience that transports you back to when the city was a major trading hub of Asia.</span></p> <p><span>The juxtaposition of ancient ruins against a backdrop of modern life underscores the enduring legacy of Ayutthaya’s historical and cultural significance in Thailand.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Visit during the early morning or late afternoon to avoid the heat and crowds.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Ayutthaya is a short train or bus ride from Bangkok.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season, from November to February, offers comfortable exploring conditions.</span></p>

4. Ayutthaya

The ancient city of Ayutthaya, once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam, stands today as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offering a journey through Thailand’s storied past. As you wander through the historical park, you’ll encounter the ruins of temples and palaces, each telling a tale of the city’s former glory and subsequent destruction.

The site’s most iconic structures, such as Wat Mahathat and Wat Phra Si Sanphet, showcase the sophisticated art and architecture of the Ayutthaya period. Exploring Ayutthaya is not just a historical excursion; it’s an immersive experience that transports you back to when the city was a major trading hub of Asia.

The juxtaposition of ancient ruins against a backdrop of modern life underscores the enduring legacy of Ayutthaya’s historical and cultural significance in Thailand.

Insider’s Tip: Visit during the early morning or late afternoon to avoid the heat and crowds.

How To Get There: Ayutthaya is a short train or bus ride from Bangkok.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season, from November to February, offers comfortable exploring conditions.

<p><span>In Krabi Province, you’ll find yourself amidst some of Thailand’s most picturesque landscapes, marked by dramatic limestone cliffs, pristine beaches, and clear blue waters. The province is renowned for destinations like Railay Beach, which is accessible only by boat. It offers world-class rock climbing and stunning beachscapes.</span></p> <p><span>The Phi Phi Islands, with their iconic beaches and vibrant marine life, are perfect for day trips, offering opportunities for snorkeling and diving. For a more tranquil experience, the lesser-known Koh Lanta provides a laid-back atmosphere with its long, sandy beaches. </span><span>Krabi’s natural beauty extends beyond its coastline, with inland attractions like the Emerald Pool and the Tiger Cave Temple, each offering unique experiences.</span></p> <p><span>Whether you’re seeking adventure on the cliffs of Railay or tranquility on the beaches of Koh Lanta, Krabi presents a diverse array of natural wonders waiting to be explored.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Explore the mangroves and limestone caves by kayak for a unique perspective.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Krabi has an airport, and it’s also accessible by bus and boat from other parts of Thailand.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>Visit from November to March for the best beach weather.</span></p>

In Krabi Province, you’ll find yourself amidst some of Thailand’s most picturesque landscapes, marked by dramatic limestone cliffs, pristine beaches, and clear blue waters. The province is renowned for destinations like Railay Beach, which is accessible only by boat. It offers world-class rock climbing and stunning beachscapes.

The Phi Phi Islands, with their iconic beaches and vibrant marine life, are perfect for day trips, offering opportunities for snorkeling and diving. For a more tranquil experience, the lesser-known Koh Lanta provides a laid-back atmosphere with its long, sandy beaches. Krabi’s natural beauty extends beyond its coastline, with inland attractions like the Emerald Pool and the Tiger Cave Temple, each offering unique experiences.

Whether you’re seeking adventure on the cliffs of Railay or tranquility on the beaches of Koh Lanta, Krabi presents a diverse array of natural wonders waiting to be explored.

Insider’s Tip: Explore the mangroves and limestone caves by kayak for a unique perspective.

How To Get There: Krabi has an airport, and it’s also accessible by bus and boat from other parts of Thailand.

Best Time To Travel: Visit from November to March for the best beach weather.

<p><span>Pai, nestled in the mountains of Northern Thailand, is a haven for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty. With its relaxed atmosphere, this small town attracts travelers looking to escape the hustle of city life. Surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery, Pai is perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, visiting waterfalls, and exploring hot springs.</span></p> <p><span>The Pai Canyon offers stunning views, especially at sunset, and is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts. The town’s charming cafes, night markets, and art galleries reflect a unique blend of local Thai culture and bohemian influences.</span></p> <p><span>Renting a scooter to explore the surrounding countryside is a popular way to discover the area’s hidden gems, but be cautious on the winding roads. Pai’s natural beauty, laid-back vibe, and cultural richness make it a refreshing stop in your Thailand journey.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Rent a scooter to explore the surrounding countryside, but be cautious on the winding roads.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Pai is accessible by bus from Chiang Mai.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season, particularly from October to February, is ideal for comfortable temperatures.</span></p>

Pai, nestled in the mountains of Northern Thailand, is a haven for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty. With its relaxed atmosphere, this small town attracts travelers looking to escape the hustle of city life. Surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery, Pai is perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, visiting waterfalls, and exploring hot springs.

The Pai Canyon offers stunning views, especially at sunset, and is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts. The town’s charming cafes, night markets, and art galleries reflect a unique blend of local Thai culture and bohemian influences.

Renting a scooter to explore the surrounding countryside is a popular way to discover the area’s hidden gems, but be cautious on the winding roads. Pai’s natural beauty, laid-back vibe, and cultural richness make it a refreshing stop in your Thailand journey.

Insider’s Tip: Rent a scooter to explore the surrounding countryside, but be cautious on the winding roads.

How To Get There: Pai is accessible by bus from Chiang Mai.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season, particularly from October to February, is ideal for comfortable temperatures.

<p><span>Sukhothai, the first capital of Thailand, is where Thai art, architecture, and language began to develop and flourish. The Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an archaeological delight with well-preserved ruins and majestic Buddha statues set amidst scenic lakes and gardens.</span></p> <p><span>Exploring this ancient city on a bicycle offers a leisurely and intimate experience of the park’s vast grounds. Highlights include Wat Mahathat, with its impressive central stupa, and Wat Si Chum, known for its gigantic seated Buddha.</span></p> <p><span>The historical significance of Sukhothai, coupled with its serene and picturesque setting, provides a profound insight into the origins of Thai culture and the nation’s early history.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Visit during the Loy Krathong festival in November, when the park is beautifully lit with lanterns.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Sukhothai is accessible by bus or plane from Bangkok and Chiang Mai.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season is the best time to visit, especially around the Loy Krathong festival.</span></p>

7. Sukhothai

Sukhothai, the first capital of Thailand, is where Thai art, architecture, and language began to develop and flourish. The Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an archaeological delight with well-preserved ruins and majestic Buddha statues set amidst scenic lakes and gardens.

Exploring this ancient city on a bicycle offers a leisurely and intimate experience of the park’s vast grounds. Highlights include Wat Mahathat, with its impressive central stupa, and Wat Si Chum, known for its gigantic seated Buddha.

The historical significance of Sukhothai, coupled with its serene and picturesque setting, provides a profound insight into the origins of Thai culture and the nation’s early history.

Insider’s Tip: Visit during the Loy Krathong festival in November, when the park is beautifully lit with lanterns.

How To Get There: Sukhothai is accessible by bus or plane from Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season is the best time to visit, especially around the Loy Krathong festival.

<p><span>Hua Hin, once a quiet fishing village and now a popular beach resort town, offers a perfect blend of relaxation and cultural experiences. Known for its beautiful beaches, golf courses, and the summer palace of the Thai royal family, Hua Hin exudes an air of sophistication and tranquility.</span></p> <p><span>The night markets in Hua Hin, particularly the Cicada Market, are great for experiencing local crafts and cuisine. Nearby natural attractions like Sam Roi Yot National Park, with its limestone mountains and mangrove forests, provide opportunities for nature exploration.</span></p> <p><span>Hua Hin’s combination of beachside leisure, royal heritage, and natural beauty makes it an ideal destination for those seeking a more laid-back experience in Thailand.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Try the local seafood at the night market, known for its freshness and variety.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Hua Hin is about a three-hour drive from Bangkok and is also accessible by train.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>Visit from November to February for the best beach weather and fewer rain showers.</span></p>

Hua Hin, once a quiet fishing village and now a popular beach resort town, offers a perfect blend of relaxation and cultural experiences. Known for its beautiful beaches, golf courses, and the summer palace of the Thai royal family, Hua Hin exudes an air of sophistication and tranquility.

The night markets in Hua Hin, particularly the Cicada Market, are great for experiencing local crafts and cuisine. Nearby natural attractions like Sam Roi Yot National Park, with its limestone mountains and mangrove forests, provide opportunities for nature exploration.

Hua Hin’s combination of beachside leisure, royal heritage, and natural beauty makes it an ideal destination for those seeking a more laid-back experience in Thailand.

Insider’s Tip: Try the local seafood at the night market, known for its freshness and variety.

How To Get There: Hua Hin is about a three-hour drive from Bangkok and is also accessible by train.

Best Time To Travel: Visit from November to February for the best beach weather and fewer rain showers.

<p><span>As you ascend to Wat Tham Sua and Wat Tham Khao Noi, prepare for a spiritual and visual journey. These twin temples, perched atop hills, offer architectural beauty and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Wat Tham Sua is renowned for its imposing Buddha statue, while Wat Tham Khao Noi stands out with its striking Chinese-style pagoda.</span></p> <p><span>The climb to these temples is as rewarding as it is enlightening, offering a moment of tranquility and reflection. The serene atmosphere, combined with the breathtaking vistas, makes this a soul-stirring experience. These temples are sanctuaries where the spiritual and the earthly merge.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Climb the stairs early in the morning to enjoy cooler temperatures and fewer crowds. </span></p> <p><b>When To Travel: </b><span>Visit any time of year, but mornings are best for the climb. </span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Located about 15 km from Kanchanaburi, these temples are accessible by car or taxi.</span></p>

9. Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi, known for the Bridge over the River Kwai and its World War II history, offers a poignant reminder of the past, set against a backdrop of stunning natural scenery. The Death Railway, war cemeteries, and museums provide a deep understanding of the region’s wartime history.

Beyond its historical significance, Kanchanaburi is also home to beautiful national parks like Erawan and Sai Yok, offering trekking, waterfalls, and river rafting. The province’s blend of history and natural beauty provides a multifaceted experience, making it a destination that appeals to history buffs and nature lovers.

Insider’s Tip: Take a train ride on the Death Railway for a scenic and historical journey.

How To Get There: Kanchanaburi is accessible by bus or train from Bangkok.

Best Time To Travel: The cool and dry season from November to February is ideal for exploring and outdoor activities.

<p><span>The Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar converge, offers a unique cultural and geographical experience. This area, once notorious for its opium production, now provides insights into the region’s history with attractions like the Hall of Opium Museum.</span></p> <p><span>A boat ride on the Mekong River is a serene way to experience the beauty of this area and the confluence of the three countries. The ancient city of Chiang Saen nearby, with its ruins and temples, adds a historical dimension to your visit. The Golden Triangle’s cultural influences and stunning landscapes make it a fascinating destination in Northern Thailand.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>For a panoramic view of the three countries, visit the viewpoint at Wat Phra That Pu Khao.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>The Golden Triangle is accessible by bus or car from Chiang Rai.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season, from November to February, offers comfortable weather for exploring.</span></p>

10. The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar converge, offers a unique cultural and geographical experience. This area, once notorious for its opium production, now provides insights into the region’s history with attractions like the Hall of Opium Museum.

A boat ride on the Mekong River is a serene way to experience the beauty of this area and the confluence of the three countries. The ancient city of Chiang Saen nearby, with its ruins and temples, adds a historical dimension to your visit. The Golden Triangle’s cultural influences and stunning landscapes make it a fascinating destination in Northern Thailand.

Insider’s Tip: For a panoramic view of the three countries, visit the viewpoint at Wat Phra That Pu Khao.

How To Get There: The Golden Triangle is accessible by bus or car from Chiang Rai.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season, from November to February, offers comfortable weather for exploring.

<p><span>The Similan Islands in Thailand are known for their stunning underwater visibility and diverse marine life. The islands’ granite boulders create fascinating underwater landscapes teeming with life. Elephant Head Rock and Richelieu Rock are particularly notable for sightings of manta rays and whale sharks. The reefs here are vibrant and healthy, providing a home to a wide array of fish, from tiny clownfish to majestic leopard sharks. </span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Book a liveaboard trip for access to the more remote northern dive sites. </span></p> <p><b>When To Travel: </b><span>November to April for the best diving conditions. </span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Fly to Phuket or Khao Lak and join a liveaboard or day trip to the islands.</span></p>

11. Similan Islands

The Similan Islands in the Andaman Sea are a pristine archipelago renowned for their exceptional diving and snorkeling opportunities. These islands, part of a protected national park, boast some of the clearest waters in Thailand, with visibility often extending up to 30 meters.

The underwater landscape of coral reefs teeming with diverse marine life, including manta rays, whale sharks, and a myriad of colorful fish species. Above water, the islands are equally stunning, with powdery white sand beaches and lush tropical forests. The Similan Islands are perfect for a retreat for anyone seeking unspoiled natural beauty.

Whether you’re exploring the depths of the ocean or simply relaxing on a secluded beach, the Similans offer a tranquil escape from the world, where nature’s wonders are on full display.

Insider’s Tip: Book a liveaboard diving trip for an immersive experience in the islands’ underwater world.

How To Get There: The Similan Islands are accessible by boat from Khao Lak or Phuket.

Best Time To Travel: The diving season runs from November to April, with the best conditions from February to April.

<p><span>The Isaan region, located in northeastern Thailand, is a land steeped in tradition and history, offering a stark contrast to the country’s more tourist-centric areas. This region is the heartland of Thai culture, where ancient customs and lifestyles are preserved. Isaan’s rural landscapes, dotted with rice paddies and traditional villages, provide a glimpse into a simpler way of life.</span></p> <p><span>The region is also home to some of Thailand’s most significant archaeological sites, including the prehistoric Ban Chiang and the Khmer ruins of Phanom Rung. Isaan’s cuisine, known for its bold flavors and spiciness, is a highlight, with dishes like som tam (spicy papaya salad) and larb (minced meat salad) being local staples</span></p> <p><span> A journey through Isaan is a journey through the soul of Thailand, where the richness of the country’s heritage and the warmth of its people are palpable in every experience.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Try the local dishes like som tam (spicy papaya salad) and larb (minced meat salad) for an authentic taste of Isaan.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Isaan is accessible by bus or train from Bangkok, or by plane to regional airports like Udon Thani.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>Visit during the cool season, from November to February, for comfortable travel conditions.</span></p>

12. The Isaan Region

The Isaan region, located in northeastern Thailand, is a land steeped in tradition and history, offering a stark contrast to the country’s more tourist-centric areas. This region is the heartland of Thai culture, where ancient customs and lifestyles are preserved. Isaan’s rural landscapes, dotted with rice paddies and traditional villages, provide a glimpse into a simpler way of life.

The region is also home to some of Thailand’s most significant archaeological sites, including the prehistoric Ban Chiang and the Khmer ruins of Phanom Rung. Isaan’s cuisine, known for its bold flavors and spiciness, is a highlight, with dishes like som tam (spicy papaya salad) and larb (minced meat salad) being local staples

A journey through Isaan is a journey through the soul of Thailand, where the richness of the country’s heritage and the warmth of its people are palpable in every experience.

Insider’s Tip: Try the local dishes like som tam (spicy papaya salad) and larb (minced meat salad) for an authentic taste of Isaan.

How To Get There: Isaan is accessible by bus or train from Bangkok, or by plane to regional airports like Udon Thani.

Best Time To Travel: Visit during the cool season, from November to February, for comfortable travel conditions.

<p><span>Koh Samui, nestled in the Gulf of Thailand, is a tropical paradise combining natural beauty, luxury, and relaxation. The island is renowned for its idyllic beaches, such as Chaweng and Lamai, which offer crystal-clear waters and powdery white sands. Beyond its stunning coastline, Koh Samui has various attractions, from the majestic Big Buddha statue to the enchanting Na Muang Waterfalls.</span></p> <p><span>The island’s interior is a lush landscape of coconut groves and rainforests, offering opportunities for hiking and exploring. Koh Samui’s culinary scene is a blend of traditional Thai flavors and international cuisine, with a plethora of dining options ranging from beachside shacks to upscale restaurants.</span></p> <p><span>The island’s vibrant nightlife, centered around Chaweng Beach, provides entertainment well into the early hours. Koh Samui caters to all types of travelers seeking a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a luxurious retreat.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Explore the Ang Thong National Marine Park for stunning landscapes and snorkeling opportunities.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Koh Samui has an airport with flights from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and international destinations.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The best time to visit is from December to February, with dry weather and calm seas.</span></p>

13. Koh Samui

Koh Samui, nestled in the Gulf of Thailand, is a tropical paradise combining natural beauty, luxury, and relaxation. The island is renowned for its idyllic beaches, such as Chaweng and Lamai, which offer crystal-clear waters and powdery white sands. Beyond its stunning coastline, Koh Samui has various attractions, from the majestic Big Buddha statue to the enchanting Na Muang Waterfalls.

The island’s interior is a lush landscape of coconut groves and rainforests, offering opportunities for hiking and exploring. Koh Samui’s culinary scene is a blend of traditional Thai flavors and international cuisine, with a plethora of dining options ranging from beachside shacks to upscale restaurants.

The island’s vibrant nightlife, centered around Chaweng Beach, provides entertainment well into the early hours. Koh Samui caters to all types of travelers seeking a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a luxurious retreat.

Insider’s Tip: Explore the Ang Thong National Marine Park for stunning landscapes and snorkeling opportunities.

How To Get There: Koh Samui has an airport with flights from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and international destinations.

Best Time To Travel: The best time to visit is from December to February, with dry weather and calm seas.

<p><span>Soneva Kiri in Thailand offers eco-friendly luxury on one of the country’s best beaches. The resort’s pool villas, sustainable practices, and The Den for kids ensure a memorable family vacation. Discover local culture, enjoy gourmet dining, and relax in nature.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Visit Ao Salat fishing village for a glimpse into local life.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time to Visit: </b><span>November to April for the best beach weather.</span></p>

14. Railay Beach

Railay Beach, accessible only by boat, is a hidden gem offering a serene escape from the more crowded tourist spots. This peninsula, known for its stunning limestone cliffs and pristine beaches, is a haven for rock climbers and beachgoers.

The turquoise waters are perfect for swimming and kayaking, while the viewpoints and caves provide opportunities for exploration. Railay maintains a laid-back atmosphere, with a small selection of bars and restaurants, making it an ideal spot for adventure and relaxation in a tranquil setting.

Insider’s Tip: Take a rock climbing course if you’re a beginner to safely enjoy the sport under expert guidance.

How To Get There: Railay Beach is accessible by boat from Ao Nang or Krabi Town.

Best Time To Travel: Visit from November to April when the weather is dry, and the seas are calm.

<p><span>Udon Thani, a vibrant city in Thailand’s northeastern region, is the gateway to the mesmerizing Red Lotus Sea (Lake Nong Han). It’s best visited in the cool season, as it transforms into a breathtaking expanse of pink and red lotuses stretching as far as the eye can see. </span><span>A boat ride through the serene waters, dotted with these vibrant blooms, offers a truly unique and tranquil experience.</span></p> <p><span>Beyond the lake, Udon Thani boasts a rich cultural heritage, with various temples, museums, and markets reflecting the local Isan culture. </span><span>The Ban Chiang Archaeological Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site near Udon Thani, provides fascinating insights into the region’s ancient history.</span></p> <p><span>This area’s blend of natural beauty and cultural depth makes it a compelling destination for those exploring beyond Thailand’s typical tourist paths.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Visit early in the morning when the lotuses are fully bloomed and the lake is less crowded.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Udon Thani is accessible by plane from Bangkok, and the Red Lotus Sea is a short drive from the city.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The lotuses bloom from December to February, making it the ideal time to visit.</span></p>

15. Udon Thani and the Red Lotus Sea

Udon Thani, a vibrant city in Thailand’s northeastern region, is the gateway to the mesmerizing Red Lotus Sea (Lake Nong Han). It’s best visited in the cool season, as it transforms into a breathtaking expanse of pink and red lotuses stretching as far as the eye can see. A boat ride through the serene waters, dotted with these vibrant blooms, offers a truly unique and tranquil experience.

Beyond the lake, Udon Thani boasts a rich cultural heritage, with various temples, museums, and markets reflecting the local Isan culture. The Ban Chiang Archaeological Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site near Udon Thani, provides fascinating insights into the region’s ancient history.

This area’s blend of natural beauty and cultural depth makes it a compelling destination for those exploring beyond Thailand’s typical tourist paths.

Insider’s Tip: Visit early in the morning when the lotuses are fully bloomed and the lake is less crowded.

How To Get There: Udon Thani is accessible by plane from Bangkok, and the Red Lotus Sea is a short drive from the city.

Best Time To Travel: The lotuses bloom from December to February, making it the ideal time to visit.

<p><span>The ancient city of Sukhothai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a journey back in time to the roots of Thai civilization. As the first capital of Thailand, it holds a special place in the nation’s history. The Sukhothai Historical Park, with its well-preserved ruins set amidst lush greenery and tranquil ponds, offers a glimpse into the grandeur of the 13th-century Sukhothai Kingdom.</span></p> <p><span>Exploring the park, you’ll encounter majestic Buddha figures, towering stupas, and intricate carvings, all evocative of the city’s past splendor. Cycling through the park’s vast grounds allows for an intimate exploration of its numerous sites, including Wat Mahathat, the park’s largest temple, and Wat Si Chum, famous for its gigantic seated Buddha. </span><span>A visit to Sukhothai immerses ancient Thailand’s artistic and spiritual legacy.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Rent a bicycle to explore the extensive grounds of the historical park at your own pace.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Sukhothai is accessible by bus or plane from Bangkok, and the historical park is a short ride from the city center.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season from November to February offers pleasant weather for exploring the outdoor ruins.</span></p>

16. The Ancient City of Sukhothai

The ancient city of Sukhothai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a journey back in time to the roots of Thai civilization. As the first capital of Thailand, it holds a special place in the nation’s history. The Sukhothai Historical Park, with its well-preserved ruins set amidst lush greenery and tranquil ponds, offers a glimpse into the grandeur of the 13th-century Sukhothai Kingdom.

Exploring the park, you’ll encounter majestic Buddha figures, towering stupas, and intricate carvings, all evocative of the city’s past splendor. Cycling through the park’s vast grounds allows for an intimate exploration of its numerous sites, including Wat Mahathat, the park’s largest temple, and Wat Si Chum, famous for its gigantic seated Buddha. A visit to Sukhothai immerses ancient Thailand’s artistic and spiritual legacy.

Insider’s Tip: Rent a bicycle to explore the extensive grounds of the historical park at your own pace.

How To Get There: Sukhothai is accessible by bus or plane from Bangkok, and the historical park is a short ride from the city center.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season from November to February offers pleasant weather for exploring the outdoor ruins.

<p><span>The floating markets near Bangkok, such as Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa, offer a vibrant and colorful glimpse into traditional Thai life. These bustling waterways, lined with boats laden with fresh produce, local delicacies, and handicrafts, present a lively and picturesque scene.</span></p> <p><span>A visit to these markets is a sensory experience, with the sights, sounds, and smells of authentic Thai commerce and cuisine. Damnoen Saduak, the most famous of these markets, provides a more tourist-focused experience, while Amphawa offers a more local atmosphere and is primarily known for its evening seafood vendors.</span></p> <p><span>Exploring these floating markets by boat or along the canalside walkways is a unique way to experience the local culture and indulge in some of Thailand’s most delicious foods and charming souvenirs.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Take a boat tour to fully experience the market and try local snacks from the floating vendors.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>The floating markets are accessible by bus or organized tours from Bangkok.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>Visit early in the morning to avoid the crowds and the heat.</span></p>

17. The Floating Markets Near Bangkok

The floating markets near Bangkok, such as Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa, offer a vibrant and colorful glimpse into traditional Thai life. These bustling waterways, lined with boats laden with fresh produce, local delicacies, and handicrafts, present a lively and picturesque scene.

A visit to these markets is a sensory experience, with the sights, sounds, and smells of authentic Thai commerce and cuisine. Damnoen Saduak, the most famous of these markets, provides a more tourist-focused experience, while Amphawa offers a more local atmosphere and is primarily known for its evening seafood vendors.

Exploring these floating markets by boat or along the canalside walkways is a unique way to experience the local culture and indulge in some of Thailand’s most delicious foods and charming souvenirs.

Insider’s Tip: Take a boat tour to fully experience the market and try local snacks from the floating vendors.

How To Get There: The floating markets are accessible by bus or organized tours from Bangkok.

Best Time To Travel: Visit early in the morning to avoid the crowds and the heat.

<p><span>Discover the natural splendor of Erawan National Park, a jewel in Kanchanaburi’s crown. Famous for its seven-tiered waterfall, the park is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers alike. The hike through dense jungle foliage leads you to each level of the waterfall, with each tier offering a unique and picturesque natural pool.</span></p> <p><span>The turquoise waters invite you for a refreshing swim, a welcome respite after the trek. The park’s diverse flora and fauna add to the magic, making it a perfect spot for relaxation and exploration. Whether you’re a photographer, a hiker, or simply needing tranquility, Erawan National Park delivers an unforgettable experience.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Wear sturdy shoes for the hike and bring swimwear for the pools. </span></p> <p><b>When To Travel: </b><span>The best time is during the rainy season (May to October) when the waterfalls are at their fullest. </span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>The park is about an hour’s drive from Kanchanaburi town, with public buses and tours available.</span></p>

18. Erawan National Park and Waterfalls

Erawan National Park, located in the Kanchanaburi Province, is a natural oasis known for its stunning seven-tiered Erawan Waterfall, named after the three-headed elephant of Hindu mythology. Each tier of the waterfall offers a different shape and character, with natural pools perfect for swimming and relaxation.

The park’s lush forests are home to plentiful wildlife and provide numerous hiking trails for nature enthusiasts. Beyond the waterfalls, the park’s caves, such as Tham Phra That and Tham Ta Duang, offer further exploration opportunities.

Visiting Erawan National Park is a chance to witness one of Thailand’s most beautiful waterfalls and connect with the country’s rich natural landscapes.

Insider’s Tip: Bring swimwear and trek to the upper tiers of the waterfall for a more secluded and serene experience.

How To Get There: The park is located in Kanchanaburi Province and is accessible by bus or car from Bangkok.

Best Time To Travel: Visit from November to April when the water levels are ideal for swimming and the trails are dry.

<p><span>Pattaya, once a quiet fishing village and now a bustling coastal city, is known for its vibrant nightlife, sandy beaches, and many tourist attractions. While Pattaya’s reputation is often tied to its entertainment and nightlife, the city offers much more. The Sanctuary of Truth, a stunning all-wood structure filled with intricate carvings, highlights traditional Thai craftsmanship.</span></p> <p><span>For nature lovers, Pattaya offers the Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, a beautifully landscaped park with themed gardens and cultural shows. The nearby Coral Island (Koh Larn) provides a quick escape to quieter beaches and clear waters, ideal for snorkeling and water sports. </span><span>Pattaya’s diverse offerings make it a destination that caters to various interests, from cultural exploration to beachside relaxation.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Explore the Pattaya Floating Market for a cultural experience and to sample local Thai dishes.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Pattaya is a two-hour drive from Bangkok and is also accessible by bus or taxi.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>Visit from November to February for pleasant weather and to avoid the rainy season.</span></p>

19. Pattaya

Pattaya, once a quiet fishing village and now a bustling coastal city, is known for its vibrant nightlife, sandy beaches, and many tourist attractions. While Pattaya’s reputation is often tied to its entertainment and nightlife, the city offers much more. The Sanctuary of Truth, a stunning all-wood structure filled with intricate carvings, highlights traditional Thai craftsmanship.

For nature lovers, Pattaya offers the Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, a beautifully landscaped park with themed gardens and cultural shows. The nearby Coral Island (Koh Larn) provides a quick escape to quieter beaches and clear waters, ideal for snorkeling and water sports. Pattaya’s diverse offerings make it a destination that caters to various interests, from cultural exploration to beachside relaxation.

Insider’s Tip: Explore the Pattaya Floating Market for a cultural experience and to sample local Thai dishes.

How To Get There: Pattaya is a two-hour drive from Bangkok and is also accessible by bus or taxi.

Best Time To Travel: Visit from November to February for pleasant weather and to avoid the rainy season.

<p><span>Northern Thailand’s hill tribes offer a unique cultural experience, distinct from the rest of the country. These ethnic groups, including the Karen, Hmong, Akha, and Lisu, each have their own customs, languages, and traditional dress. Visiting these hill tribe villages, often nestled in the picturesque mountains and valleys of the region, provides insight into their traditional ways of life, which remain largely untouched by modernization.</span></p> <p><span>Responsible and respectful tourism is key when visiting these communities. Many villages welcome visitors to learn about their culture, participate in traditional crafts, and even stay overnight for a more immersive experience. Engaging with the hill tribes of Northern Thailand offers a deeper understanding of the country’s ethnic diversity and rich cultural tapestry.</span></p> <p><b>Insider’s Tip: </b><span>Choose a community-based tourism program that benefits the tribes directly and respects their culture.</span></p> <p><b>How To Get There: </b><span>Hill tribe villages are accessible from Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, often as part of guided tours.</span></p> <p><b>Best Time To Travel: </b><span>The cool season, from November to February, is comfortable for visiting the highland areas.</span></p>

20. The Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand

Northern Thailand’s hill tribes offer a unique cultural experience, distinct from the rest of the country. These ethnic groups, including the Karen, Hmong, Akha, and Lisu, each have their own customs, languages, and traditional dress. Visiting these hill tribe villages, often nestled in the picturesque mountains and valleys of the region, provides insight into their traditional ways of life, which remain largely untouched by modernization.

Responsible and respectful tourism is key when visiting these communities. Many villages welcome visitors to learn about their culture, participate in traditional crafts, and even stay overnight for a more immersive experience. Engaging with the hill tribes of Northern Thailand offers a deeper understanding of the country’s ethnic diversity and rich cultural tapestry.

Insider’s Tip: Choose a community-based tourism program that benefits the tribes directly and respects their culture.

How To Get There: Hill tribe villages are accessible from Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, often as part of guided tours.

Best Time To Travel: The cool season, from November to February, is comfortable for visiting the highland areas.

<p><span>You encounter a world distinctly different from Thailand’s urban landscapes in Khao Yai. Here, the tranquil rhythm of nature sets the pace, offering a respite from the hustle of city life. Each experience in Khao Yai is a revelation, from its national parks’ dense, green expanses to the orderly vineyards that dot its terrain. This region is an immersive journey into a diverse range of experiences. The air, fresh with natural scents, and the sights, a blend of verdant forests and colorful wildlife, offer a unique sensory experience.</span></p> <p><span>Khao Yai combines adventure, relaxation, and cultural exploration in a way that appeals to a variety of interests. Your time in Khao Yai leaves lasting memories of the places you’ve seen and the feelings they evoked. It’s a reminder of the peace and beauty found in Thailand’s countryside, a contrast to the dynamic energy of its cities. As you leave Khao Yai, you have a sense of serenity and a renewed appreciation for the quieter yet equally captivating parts of the world.</span></p> <p><span>More Articles Like This…</span></p> <p><a href="https://thegreenvoyage.com/barcelona-discover-the-top-10-beach-clubs/"><span>Barcelona: Discover the Top 10 Beach Clubs</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://thegreenvoyage.com/top-destination-cities-to-visit/"><span>2024 Global City Travel Guide – Your Passport to the World’s Top Destination Cities</span></a></p> <p><a href="https://thegreenvoyage.com/exploring-khao-yai-a-hidden-gem-of-thailand/"><span>Exploring Khao Yai 2024 – A Hidden Gem of Thailand</span></a></p> <p><span>The post <a href="https://passingthru.com/exploring-khao-yai/">Exploring Khao Yai – A Hidden Gem of Thailand</a> republished on </span><a href="https://passingthru.com/"><span>Passing Thru</span></a><span> with permission from </span><a href="https://thegreenvoyage.com/"><span>The Green Voyage</span></a><span>.</span></p> <p><span>Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock / Songsak Pandet.</span></p> <p><span>For transparency, this content was partly developed with AI assistance and carefully curated by an experienced editor to be informative and ensure accuracy.</span></p>

The Bottom Line

Thailand’s magic lies in its diversity – from bustling cities and ancient ruins to serene beaches and lush jungles. As you explore this enchanting country, embrace its history, indulge in its culinary delights, and immerse yourself in its natural beauty. Remember, Thailand offers an experience beyond the ordinary, leaving you with memories that will last a lifetime.

While exploring Thailand, take the time to learn a few phrases in Thai. A simple “hello” (sawasdee) or “thank you” (khob khun) can go a long way in showing respect for the local culture and enhancing your travel experience.

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