Thailand - A Land of Smiles

Whatever you want from a holiday, Thailand has got it.


Thailand is an incredibly diverse country that truly has something to offer everyone. It has vibrant culture, stunning scenery, spectacular beaches, luxurious spas, fantastic food, great nightlife and so much more that keeps people returning time and time again. Whether you want a city break in bustling Bangkok, to take in the lush landscapes of Chiang Mai, or to relax on the beautiful beaches of Koh Samui, you can be sure that your time spent in Thailand will be unforgettable. 

Our Thailand supplement with The Sunday Times offers advice on the very best beach resorts to give you the pick of everything from affordable retreats to luxury hideaways, the coolest new villas,  five-star spas that attract an A-list crowd and special experiences for your family holidays, as well as Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc's favourite food markets and restaurants that you really mustn’t miss. Explore our guide and discover exclusive offers carefully selected by our specialists for our clients. 

We hope you enjoy the supplement, and if you have any questions please do feel free to call one of our Travel Specialists on 020 3111 0807 or enquire here.


  • The elegant Grand Palace and the revered Temple of the Emerald Buddha
  • Elephant sanctuaries, national parks and the captivating Golden Triangle
  • Picturesque beaches on exclusive small island escapes such as Koh Samui, Koh Lanta and the Koh Yao islands. Discover paradise at Ko Phi Phi, the famous setting of the movie The Beach
  • The dazzling and exotic Night Bazaar market in Chiang Mai
  • World-famous and tasty cuisine
  • Take an exhilarating Tuk Tuk ride through the streets of Bangkok
  • Unforgettable experiences: discover the natural corals and marine life on a snorkelling or diving expedition, or fly over the breathtaking views of Chiang Mai



Passports & Visas: British passport holders do not require a visa.  Currency: Thai Baht (THB).  Flight Time:  Approx 12 hours to Bangkok and 14 hours to Phuket. Language:  English is widely spoken. 



November and March - temperatures are more comfortable. The east coast islands have good conditions from March to July, whilst October and November can be high in rainfall. April and October are transitional months, which see a switch in prevailing monsoons.



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