When to visit
|Jan||Good||'Green Season' with rain but beautiful landscapes|
|Feb||Good||'Green Season' with rain but beautiful landscapes|
|Mar||Good||'Green Season' with rain but beautiful landscapes|
|Apr||Best||Generally dry days and cool nights. Large wildlife concentrations|
|May||Best||Generally dry days and cool nights. Large wildlife concentrations|
|Jun||Best||Warm, dry days but cool nights|
|Jul||Best||Great game viewing in Okavango, Chobe and Linyanti and warm, dry days but cool nights|
|Aug||Best||Elephant herds in Chobe and warm, dry days but cool nights|
|Sep||Best||Great game viewing in Okavango, Chobe and Linyanti. Warm, dry days|
|Oct||Best||Hottest of the 'dry' season and animals gather around watering holes|
|Nov||Best||Warm, dry weather with animals gathering around watering holes|
|Dec||Good||High day time temperatures but regular rainfall|
Discover all that Thailand has to offer – The bustling metropolis of Bangkok, where the rich Thai heritage meets cutting edge technology, skyscrapers and colourful vibrant markets and nightlife – To the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya.
Thailand has some of the most attractive and enviable beaches and islands, boasting turquoise shimmering waters, pristine natural beauty, untouched limestone islands and stretches of sun-soaked white sandy beaches. Thailand has over 100 national parks that are rich in exotic wildlife including elephants, bears and exotic birds. Surreal lush rainforests with spectacular waterfalls, cascading mountains and hidden gems like Emerald Lake awaits here.
Travel Thailand and discover the wonders of this Southern Asian paradise for yourself.
AyutthayaLocated a couple hours north of Bangkok, The Ayutthaya Historical Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and feature some of the most breathtaking Buddhist monasteries, sacred temples, palaces and statues dating back hundreds of years.
Situated off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea, is among the world’s finest beach destinations, with fine white sands, nodding palm trees, glittering seas, and lively towns. With over 30 beaches around the island, there is a wide variety of atmospheres, scenery, and attractions. For partygoers or those wanting to experience Phuket’s energetic and lively nightlife head down to Bangala Road in Patong. With the biggest collection of nightclubs, bars, and shows you are sure to be entertained.
Ko Phi Phi
A beautiful archipelago located in the Krabi Province famous for being the filming location for the 2000 movie “The Beach”. Travelers go here enjoy the beaches, snorkelling, scuba diving and kayaking.
Phang Nga Bay
Located off the coast of Phuket, Phang Nga Bay is one of Thailand’s top tourist destinations. Comprising beautiful caves, aquatic grottoes and limestone islands, Phang Nga Bay is home to a famous island called Ko Ping Kan (more commonly known as James Bond Island) which was featured in the James Bond movie “The Man with the Golden Gun.”
The most famous attraction in Bangkok, the Grand Palace is the official residence of the kings of Siam. Today, this former royal residence is only used on ceremonial occasions.
Islands of every definition are found in this tropical country, each offering something unique – from secluded stretches with only the most basic amenities, sprawling luxury resorts, enchanting scenery, spectacular natural wonders or bar-lined party destinations that embrace the local nightlife scene.
Thailand is a nation that boasts breathtaking diversity of amazing national parks with unspoiled wilderness and wildlife. Amongst one of these is the awe-inspiring Emerald Lake in Ang Thong Marine National Park, a sinkhole in the jungle, full of crystal-clear emerald water. Formed in the crater of a dead volcano, the lake is surrounded by majestic rainforest and limestone cliffs.
Explore Thailand’s iconic floating markets with bristle with scrumptious food. The most popular floating market for tourists is Damnoen Saduak while the locals favour the Amphawa Floating Market.
Scuba Diving and Snorkelling
Thailand is blessed with an abundant marine life, colourful coral gardens and reefs in both the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea, which makes it a world-class snorkelling destination.