Thailand Elephant Sanctuary, 1 week
Get up close to Thailand's elephants in this amazing sanctuary where they can freely roam. Here at the elephant sanctuary, retired and rescued elephants (due to age, ill health, disability, abuse or illegal ownership) now find a forever home. The elephants can freely roam around the sanctuary by ...
Travel Dates: 1 July 2020 - 30 June 2022
Southern Thai Highlights (Apr to Sept)(Twin Room,Start Phuket, End Koh Samui)
This one touches down in Phuket before exploring the palm-studded beach paradise that is the south of Thailand. Experience riverside cottages in the...
Travel Dates: From 26/04/2021 to 20/09/2021
There's more to Thailand than cocktails by the pool
One holiday in Thailand is never really enough. With an interior that blends peaks, plains, limestone crags, jungles, Buddhist temples and breath taking beaches, there's plenty to see and plenty you'll want to see again and again. Natural assets aside, Thailand's unique culture is also worth exploring. As the only South East Asian country never to have been colonised by Europeans, Thailand has been a constitutional monarchy since the mid 1300s. Temples and markets in particular offer a fantastic way to experience the country's culture, while the locals are renowned for their smiling hospitality.
Thailand's capital Bangkok is commonly regarded as an assault on the senses - an old and modern world of cosmopolitan chaos. Within its bounds you'll find everything and anything from palaces and hidden markets, monks in meditation and slick rooftop restaurants serving the city's stylish. For a quintessential Bangkok holiday, don't miss the Grand Palace in the Old City and haggling for bargains and the city's markets.