Thailand as a holiday destination is a land of tropical white powder beaches, warm clear seas, gleaming buddhist temples, lush jungles, mouth watering food, friendly people, energetic markets, opulent accommodation and service with a genuine smile.
From bustling Bangkok to the legendary beaches of the south. From trekking in the northern hills to world class diving off the southern coasts. From the sanctuary of the spa to the vibrancy of the nightlife. From gourmet tasting menus to spicy fresh street food. From roof top cocktail bars to beach bars with fire shows. This south east asian superstar really does have it all. And more.
Introducing our Thailand
The focus for our boutique hotels is on southern Thailand, home to some of the most amazing beaches in the world. Featured destinations include big islands directly accessible by air, small islands requiring boat transfers and mainland coastal resorts reachable by a combination of road, air and sea.
The resort areas are divided between the western Andaman coast and the eastern Gulf coast. With different weather patterns and levels of tourist infrastructure there is something for everybody all year round. Not only this but we also feature city and rural add on options.
Gulf (East) Coast: Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Hua Hin
City: Bangkok, Chiang Mai
Rural: Kanchanaburi, Khao Sok, Chiang Rai
These are our favourites but there are many other destinations available – just ask and we will find the right one for you.
Thailand is generally a very safe place to visit – just take normal precautions regarding securing valuable items and check for any health specific requirements at least two months prior to departure.
English is widely spoken in all tourist areas although the translation of Thai names can result in a variety of different spellings. And in case you were wondering, koh means island and hat means beach.
Full Name: Kingdom of Thailand
Capital City: Bangkok
Currency: Thai Baht
Religion: Buddhism (95%)
Language: Thai (English is widely spoken in tourist areas)
Time Difference: GMT +7 (there is no daylight saving)
Driving: On the left side of the road
Colonial influence? No – Thailand has always been independent.
Visa Required? Not for stays up to 30 days when arriving by air