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Thailand is an exotic destination like no other. From vibrant temples and markets to serene, white-sand beaches and lush forests, the Land of Smiles offers something for everyone. Here are five must-see/do activities, along with Voyage Privé's handpicked options for a memorable trip to Thailand.

The top 5 things to see/do in Thailand

1. Go island hopping

With over 2,000 islands to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect one for you. The most popular islands include Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta and Koh Tao. Koh Phi Phi is known for its crystal-clear waters and stunning beaches. Koh Lanta is a great place to go if you want to relax and get away from the crowds. Koh Tao is famous for diving and snorkelling opportunities.

2. Go on a Chao Praya River Cruise

If you're in Bangkok, head to the Asiatique Riverfront area and hop on an evening dinner cruise for an unforgettable experience and incredible night views of Bangkok. Some of the highlights include the Temple of the Golden Dawn (Wat Arun) and other iconic architecture, which is lit up at night.

3. Learn some muay Thai

Muay Thai (Thai boxing) is a martial art that is widely practised in Thailand. It is also the national sport of Thailand. Muay Thai is known as the "art of eight limbs" because it uses punches, kicks, elbows and knee strikes. Muay Thai is a very effective form of self-defence, and it is also a great way to stay fit.

4. Explore the White Temple in Chiang Rai

The White Temple, officially known as Wat Rong Khun, is a Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand. It is a work of art, which was designed and constructed by Chalermchai Kositpipat. The temple is white due to the fact that Chalermchai used lime plaster instead of cement to cover the building.

5. Shop by boat at the floating market

The floating market in Amphawa is a great place to go if you want to see a different and unique side of life. The market is made up of a series of canals and boats that sell all sorts of things, from noodle soup to souvenirs. If you're there at the right time, you can also go on an evening boat ride to see the fireflies.

Our best hotels in Thailand

1. Chatrium Hotel Riverside 5* & Dusit Thani Hua Hin 5*

This hotel features luxurious, stylish and modern rooms and is situated in a prime location on the Chao Phraya River, with easy access to the most popular tourist attractions in Bangkok. Voyage Privé offers various all-inclusive double deals for this location, with a stay at the Chatrium Riverside, Bangkok followed by a beach stay at the Dusit Thani, Hua Hin.

2. The Vijitt Resort 5* with Optional Bangkok Pre-Extension

This resort on Rawai Beach, Phuket offers guests an iconic view of this beautiful part of Phuket. The hotel features luxurious accommodation that includes villas with private pools, suites with private plunge pools and rooms with garden terraces or sea views. This accommodation offer includes the option of a stay in Bangkok before retreating to enjoy tranquil island life.

3. Pullman Pattaya Hotel G 5*

The Pullman Pattaya offers a range of services and amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay on the beachfront of Pattaya, including watersports, a 24-hour fitness centre, an outdoor pool and a spa. Guests can enjoy Thai massage or reflexology treatments at the spa and dine at one of the onsite restaurants.

4. Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit & Six Senses Koh Samui 5*

Sofitel Sukhumvit Bangkok offers the best of Bangkok, with luxury amenities, including a rooftop bar that offers amazing city views. Enjoy two destinations with this offer to stay in Bangkok, and enjoy a retreat at The Six Senses Samui, which is a tranquil, all-villa resort offering beautiful sea views from a great vantage point on the northern tip of Koh Samui.

5. Aonang Cliff Beach Resort 4*

Aonang Cliff Beach Resort is a luxury resort in Krabi, which offers breath-taking views of the Andaman Sea. It features modern and contemporary furnishings to ensure that you enjoy a luxurious stay. There's also a Thai Spa, gym, Thai boxing, yoga and tai chi classes.

When is the best time to go on holiday in Thailand?

There is no definitive answer to this question since the various parts of Thailand have different rainy seasons. However, if you are looking for fewer crowds, then it is recommended to avoid travelling during the peak holiday season, which falls between Christmas and New Year and the Songkran Festival time during the middle of April. If you are looking to save money, then travelling during the low season (May to October) is a good option.

Going on holiday in Thailand

You can fly into Bangkok or one of the other international airports in Thailand. Bangkok has a Skytrain, with an airport link, an underground train system and plentiful taxis (green and yellow ones are recommended). There are also buses and trains and most luxury hotels provide shuttle services from the main airports or piers. Ferries and speedboats offer transport to islands, where you'll find pickups with benches in the back that act as taxis.

Enjoy your holiday in Thailand

Thailand is an unforgettable place to visit for solo travellers, family, friends or lovers. Its tantalisingly tasty cuisine, awesome attractions and stunning scenery are sure to leave a lasting impression. To get the most out of your trip to Thailand, a stay of at least 10 days is recommended. Voyage Privé offers great deals, with members-only discounts of up to 70%.

The Voyage Privé travel expert’s opinion on Thailand

Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations. With its rich, unique culture and stunning natural scenery, it’s easy to see why. Thai people are friendly and welcoming, and the country offers an amazing array of cultural experiences and natural wonders. If you are planning a trip to Thailand, be sure to check out our latest offers for the Thai trip of a lifetime!

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