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With white sand beaches, thriving nightlife, opulent palaces, gilded temples and modern skylines, Thailand offers something for everyone. With our Thailand travel guide you will discover the secrets of the vibrant Thai capital, Bangkok, ethereal Koh Samui and the idyllic seaside resort of Pattaya. Maximize your Thailand travel planning with our comprehensive guide to Thai food, beaches and people that truly live up to the Land of Smiles reputation.



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Best Time to Visit Thailand

The best time to visit Thailand is during spring when the country celebrates its New Year, Songkran. Held in April every year the week-long extravaganza of water battles, prayers and feasts, attracts tourists from across the world. November is when Thailand celebrates the Festival of Lights, Loi Krathong. Thais float little boats made of banana leaves filled with flowers, candles and incense stick

Weather in Thailand

Clear
Clear
27oC
33oC Max
26oC Min
Humidity : 80 %
Visibility : 10 km
Wind
Chill : 80
Direction : 203
speed : 4.97

Pressure 29.83
Weather Forecast
DateDayWeatherMaxMin
17-Nov-2019 Mon Scattered ThunderstormsScattered Thunderstorms 33oC 26oC
18-Nov-2019 Tue Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy 34oC 25oC
19-Nov-2019 Wed SunnySunny 33oC 24oC
20-Nov-2019 Thu Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy 33oC 23oC
21-Nov-2019 Fri SunnySunny 33oC 22oC
22-Nov-2019 Sat SunnySunny 34oC 24oC
23-Nov-2019 Sun Mostly SunnyMostly Sunny 35oC 25oC
24-Nov-2019 Mon SunnySunny 34oC 25oC
25-Nov-2019 Tue SunnySunny 34oC 23oC
26-Nov-2019 Wed Partly CloudyPartly Cloudy 34oC 23oC

Thailand experience typically tropical weather split into two seasons, wet and dry. The dry season sees the most tourists because of largely sunny and pleasant weather while the wet season with its thunderstorms and rough seas can dampen beach days.

Places To Visit in Thailand

  • Ko Samui
    Ko Samui

    Your Thailand Travel Planning will be incomplete without Ko Samui. Often described as a slice of paradise on Earth, Ko Samui is one of the largest islands in Thailand. Famed for its stunning natural beauty, magnificent Buddhist temples and mummified monks, the island offers a respite from the hurried pace of the larger cities and resort towns. Our Thailand travel guide recommends trips to the Big Buddha shrine, the diving haven Turtle Island with its clear blue water and corals, and a trek through the jungle up to the breathtaking Na Muang Waterfalls.

    Beaches
    Nature

    Phi Phi Islands
    Phi Phi Islands

    Not far from the bustling town of Phuket, the Phi Phi Archipelago is one of the most popular on the Andaman Coast. A white sand isthmus joining two karst cliffs, the islands host some of the craziest night spots and loveliest coral reefs in all of Thailand. Popular on nearly every Thailand travel guide, Maya Bay is a must visit. The sandy white beach made famous by the Leonardo DiCaprio starrer “The Beach” is perhaps the most picturesque of the islands that make up the archipelago.

    Beaches
    Nature

    Bangkok
    Bangkok

    Built on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and its largest city. A fascinating mix of tradition and modernity, the city is home to gilded Buddhist temples, floating markets, quaint museums and sprawling malls. A Thailand travel guide favourite is the Wat Pra Kaew and the Grand Palace Complex. Home to the iconic Emerald Buddha, Wat Pra Kaew is decorated with murals of the Ramayana. Other attractions in the city include the Reclining Buddha of Wat Po, the National Museum and the spectacular 19th century Wat Arun, a temple dedicated to the rising sun. While you are in Bangkok, indulge in some retail therapy. Shop till the wee hours of the morning in Bangkok’s famed night markets that sell everything from quirky art pieces and handicraft to lip smacking str

    City
    Culture

    Pattaya
    Pattaya

    The quintessential Thai resort town, Pattaya is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world and with good reason; a sleepy fishing village till the 50s, Pattaya saw a transformation during the Vietnam War when it saw an influx of American GIs making it the hottest holiday destination in Asia. Families should add the Pattaya Elephant Village and the Million-Year Stone Park and Crocodile Farm to their Thailand travel planning. Other attractions in Pattaya besides its pretty beaches include the Alcazar Show, Ripley’s Believe It or Not and the sprawling Nong Nooch Tropical Garden with its French-style parks, topiary displays and orchid nurseries.

    Beaches
    Nature

Things To Do in Thailand

  • Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise
    Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise

    Add a cruise to your Thailand travel planning for a delightful evening in Bangkok. The cruise takes you down the Chao Phraya River past Bangkok’s landmarks and monuments. Enjoy an authentic Thai dinner, live entertainment and beautiful nighttime views of the Bangkok skyline. The dinner cruise is the perfect way the experience the Thai capital by night and highly recommended on our Thailand travel guide.

    Cruise
    Sightseeing

    Water Sports at Coral Island
    Water Sports at Coral Island

    A Thailand travel guide favourite, Coral Island is a hotbed of water sports in Thailand. A popular day trip destination from Pattaya, the powdery sand and turquoise blue waters attracts travellers from across the globe. Be sure to try your hand at scuba diving, snorkelling, jet skiing, and sea walking. The more adventurous could even hop on a jet ski or banana boat and ride the waves.

    Beaches
    Water Sports

    Alcazar Cabaret Show
    Alcazar Cabaret Show

    A popular recommendation in most Thailand travel guides is then Alcazar Cabaret Show. A spectacle of song, dance and stunning visuals, the show is much like a Bollywood Musical with themes that range from K-Pop to Rock n Roll. Enjoy the larger than life performances with elaborate costumes, music and stage design that’s sure to make it your best night in Thailand.

    Culture

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