Thailand Tours & Vacations

Small Group Tours & Tailor-Made Vacations


Unlike her near neighbours, Thailand enjoys the distinction of never having been colonised by a European power. This affords it the enviable reputation of being the most culturally untouched of all the South East Asian countries. ‘The Land of the White Elephant’, Siam, as it used to be known, takes pride in its long tradition of independence, a tradition that has seen it relish its other name as the country of the Muang Thai (the free). Today, this enchanting country offers up an ...

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Whether you want to travel on one of our award-winning itineraries or build your own journey from scratch, our expert consultants will help create the perfect tour for your tastes and budget. Below are a few suggestions of the kind of trips we can offer, all of which can be tailored to you.




Feast on Chinatown street food

Feast on Chinatown street food

Visit Bangkok's culinary hotspot - Chinatown - a paradise for those who want a taste of authentic street food. Get lost in an exotic labyrinth of colourful shops and aromatic spice markets, before enjoying a sumptuous dinner at one of the many fine eateries.

Experience Muay Thai Boxing

Experience Muay Thai Boxing

Travel to Ratchadamnern Stadium for the first boxing match of the evening. This traditional Thai boxing competition, named Muay, allows fighters to use hands, shins, elbows, and knees as weapons. Join the locals, cheering on matches from your VIP seats.

Learn about Buddhism

Learn about Buddhism

At Wat Suan Dok you will have the opportunity to sit and chat with a monk about Buddhism, meditation and his everyday life. The monk will discuss with you the importance of meditation and then lead you in a brief mediation practice.

Visit Chiang Rai Hill Tribes

Visit Chiang Rai Hill Tribes

Pick up a long-tail boat at Mae Kok River to visit the largest hill-tribe population in Thailand at Karen Ruammitr village. Enjoy a local lunch before meeting Yao and Akha hill-tribe villagers and learn about the daily lives of these ethnic minorities.

Kayak through mysterious sea caves

Kayak through mysterious sea caves

Explore by kayak various ‘hongs’ and caves, enjoying some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Enjoy an evening seafood meal and beautiful sunset on board, before floating your own krathong for good luck. Return by boat gazing at the stars above.

Sleep on the River Kwai

Sleep on the River Kwai

Take a lazy bamboo raft trip down stream and spot water buffalo and elephants bathing along the banks. Spend the afternoon relaxing at your memorable floating accommodation, before enjoying dinner and a traditional Mon Dance performance.



Bangkok, or Krung Thep to the locals, is a vast city blending modern day sophistication with centuries old culture. The Siamese Capital was built 223 years ago as a small trading centre and port community ...

Chiang Mai

Situated up in the north of Thailand Chiang Mai has long been eagerly sought as a cool refuge from the heat and noise of Bangkok due to its elevation of 300 m. Lying amongst some of the highest mountains ...

Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is the most northern province of Thailand, a province of mountainous landscape covered in tropical rain forests. This stunning backdrop is rich in cultural diversity, being home to many different ...


Kanchanaburi is a small town in western Thailand where the Khwae Noi and Khwae Yai rivers converge into the Mae Klong River. It was here, in 1942, under Japanese control, that the infamous 'Bridge over ...

Koh Samui

Lying on the country's east coast, with white sand beaches and clear emerald waters, Koh Samui is Thailand's third largest island and has long been one of the preferred Gulf islands for tourists looking ...


Thailand’s largest island and also its wealthiest province, Phuket is an excellent destination for those who want some variety in their holiday and the island boasts some of the best water sports ...


Luxury | Boutique Hotel

137 Pillars House Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai

137 Pillars House is a beautiful boutique hotel ideally situated in Nawarat, one of the city's most popular locales. Surrounded by lush peaceful gardens, the stunning teak wood building evokes its19th…
Luxury | Resort

Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort, Koh Samui

Thai-inspired quality and design meets naturally pristine white sand beaches at the Anantara Koh Samui. Even the gardens have been manicured to perfection at this exceptional hotel, where you can watch…
Premium | Boutique Hotel

Ariyasom Villa, Bangkok

Located close to the centre of Bangkok yet in the tranquillity of a quiet lane, the Ariyasom Villa has been in the same family since it was built in 1942. The hotel comprises of deluxe rooms and…
Luxury | Hotel

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Bangkok

The Oriental five-star hotel opened in 1876 and has a great location on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The majority of the rooms have river views and they are all exquisitely furnished and…
Premium | Boutique Hotel

Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort, Chiang Mai

The Na Nirand is a charming, romantic getaway nestled in the heart of Chiang Mai. The area is historically important as the first Royal Forestry Department was created here, preserving the forest from…
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Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, Bangkok

The Novotel Airport Bangkok has 612 rooms and suites and offers 24 Hours Flexi" with no set check-in time, so can arrive anytime and check-out 24 hours later. Conveniently located right next to the…
Luxury | Resort

Pimalai Resort & Spa, Koh Lanta

Set amongst 100 acres of lush paradise and with a 900-metre beachfront overlooking the Andaman Sea, the Pimalai Resort and Spa is considered one of Koh Lanta’s most serene settings. Winner of the World…
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Riva Surya Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok

The modern Riva Surya Bangkok is set on the banks of the Chao Phraya River surrounded by many of the city's top heritage sites, making it an ideal base from which to explore this exciting city. Many…
Superior | Hotel

The Boathouse Phuket, Phuket

Only an hour from Phuket airport, Boathouse Resort is a gorgeous beachside property on the coast of the Andaman Sea. See the blue hues of the azure waters from your guestroom featuring four star…
Premium | Boutique Hotel

The Float House River Kwai, Kanchanaburi

The unique Kwai River floating hotel offers a truly extraordinary experience. Rated as a four-star accommodation, the ‘floatel’ provides a rustic luxury adventure, starting with your arrival boat…
Superior | Boutique Hotel

The Legend Chiang Rai, Chiang Rai

The Legend Boutique River Resort & Spa enjoys an outstanding location by the Mae Kok River, offering panoramic views of the nearby hills yet only a few minutes by car or tuk-tuk from the city centre.…
Luxury | Boutique Hotel

The Sarojin, Khao Lak

A favourite for a romantic getaway, The Sarojin is a gorgeous boutique luxury property set on a 7 mile secluded white sand beach in the remote north of Phuket in Khao Lak. Designed in a contemporary…
Luxury | Boutique Hotel

The Siam, Bangkok

A private, luxury, urban sanctuary, The Siam is hidden within 3 acres of gardens along the Chao Phraya River. The Suites all feature a king sized bed and a large Italian bathtub within an art deco…

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Thailand has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and high humidity levels throughout the year. Temperatures in the capital range between 20°Cin December and 35°C in April. January and February are normally dry, March to May is the hottest time of year, June to October tends to be the wettest season (with 90% of the country's rainfall occurring in this period), and November and December are the coolest months. 

LGBTQIA+ Guidance

When planning to travel as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, there may be additional things you wish to consider doing, such as:

  • Speaking to one of our travel experts for information about travelling in your chosen destination and local attitudes towards members of the LGBTQIA+ community
  • Checking the Human Dignity Trust map of countries that criminalise LGBTQIA+ people, which highlights potentially dangerous regions and countries
  • Checking the ‘Local laws and customs’ section of your country's official foreign travel advice page
  • Looking for any updates for your desired destination on the Human Rights Watch LGBTQIA+ rights page
  • Buying a recommended guidebook, as many include an LGBTQIA+ section and advice for LGBTQIA+ travellers