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Thailand: Land of Smiles

Whether you're keen on backpacking for a month, spending a well-earned annual holiday somewhere exotic and fun, or simply looking for a romantic tropical island getaway, the Kingdom of Thailand is hard to beat.

The country’s generous culture, dazzling temples, tropical beaches, lush interiors and great food (don’t forget the food) have earned Thailand its spot as travellers’ favourite Southeast Asian destination, and it’s surprisingly affordable too.

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When to go to Thailand

The best months for a visit to Thailand are November to the end of February, but don’t be put off in the other months either.

The rainy season lasts from June to October. During these months, expect far fewer tourists and lower prices. More often than not, you’ll be rewarded with beautifully clear mornings and evenings, with refreshing monsoon downpours in the afternoons.


The capital is a great place to start your trip in Thailand. It includes plenty of historic temples and opulent palaces to explore, and is famous for its street markets, where you can buy exotic food, inexpensive clothing and souvenirs. Bangkok comes to life at night with a host of cabaret shows, live music, nightclubs, bars and restaurants to choose from.


Located in the south, Phuket is famous for its gorgeous beaches. The area is also home to some magnificent waterfalls, situated in virgin tropical forest. Tourist activities include swimming, snorkelling, diving, jet-skiing, parasailing, windsurfing and yachting. There are several spectacular islands around Phuket, such as Phi Phi Island, Khai Island and Racha Island, and these can all be visited by boat.

Patong is the largest beach resort on the island of Phuket, and is known as the party capital of Asia. You’ll find a wealth of bars, nightclubs, world-class restaurants and other attractions in and around its famed Bangla Road.

Chiang Mai

The north of Thailand is known for its cultural and historical sights. Chiang Mai, in particular, is popular for its temples and proximity to mountainous areas settled by indigenous hill tribes, approaching the border of Myanmar (Burma). Surrounded by scenic mountains and countryside, Chiang Mai is a great place for hiking, elephant riding, water-rafting and mountain biking. Chiang Mai is also known for its vibrant nightlife and extensive night market.

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Thailand highlights not to miss
Among the many highlights of a trip to Thailand are:

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    Exploring Bangkok's canals and The Chao Phraya River on a “river taxi” - a great way to see the sights the city has to offer. Many major tourist attractions, such as Wat Arun, are easily accessible by boat.

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    Muay Thai. Attend a Thai boxing match in any of the major cities. This combat sport combines stand-up striking with clinching techniques.

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    An elephant ride through the jungle in Ko Chang. There are six elephant camps in the area where you can ride, feed and swim with the elephants.

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    Shopping at a floating market in Bangkok in a long-tail boat. This is a great way to sample local dishes and delicacies. Those who are brave can taste deep-fried insects such as grasshoppers, silk worms and crickets.

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    A trip to Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai or Tiger Temple in Bangkok, where you can interact with these majestic cats.

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    Sunbathing and swimming at Maya Bay, Ko Phi Phi, one of the most famous beaches in Thailand. The bay is sheltered by high cliffs on three sides and its crystal-clear waters are home to colourful coral reefs and exotic fish.

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    A trip to the majestic Thi Lo Su Waterfall – claimed to be the largest and highest waterfall in Thailand. These falls can be found in Tak Province in the north of Thailand.