When To Visit

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Off season, but travel still possible


Thailand is generally very hot and humid with distinct dry and rainy seasons. The best time to visit most resorts is between November and March when there is less rain, it is not as humid and temperatures are cooler. Koh Samui is best visited from December to August.


11 ¼ hours to Bangkok

Colourful riverboat markets, smiling faces and breath taking landscapes encapsulate Thailand holidays. With miles of sun drenched tropical beach paradises, tantalising cuisine and the exhilarating metropolis of Bangkok, Thailand holidays have something to offer everyone. Renowned for the hospitality of its people, the ‘Land of Smiles’ is a country to which you will want to return to.

Thailand offers a wealth of multi-centre combinations, we can create bespoke itineraries which combine the cultural highlights, natural attractions and beach resorts. Alternatively, Thailand is also the main gateway for travel into Indochina, for those who also want to explore Cambodia, Vietnam or Laos during a Far East holiday.


Best Experiences:

  • Elephant Hills Beach & Rainforest SafariExperience the beauty of Thailand’s rainforest from the comfort of a luxury tent at Elephant Hills for 2 nights. Cruise Cheo Larn Lake, visit the local people, trek through the jungle and canoe along the Sok River on this magical journey.
  • The Float House River Kwai – Combine beautiful scenery, interesting museums and legendary historical sights whilst relaxing in luxurious accommodation ‘floating’ on the River Kwai.
  • The Golden Triangle and Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand – Explore Thiland’s culture in this 2 night tour which takes you to the far north, close to borders of Laos and Myanamr (Burma). Meet elephants and hill tribes and take a boat trip along the mighty Mekong River.
  • In Khao Lak take a trip into the nearby Khao Sok National Park for elephant riding, kayaking and jungle trekking.
  • See birds and monkeys in their natural habitat as you take to the jungle canopy for a fun and safe zip-wire adventure during your visit to Chiang Mai
  • Explore the bustling city of Bangkok and take the efficient skytrain, hop on a river taxi and hail a tuk tuk for an exciting and different way of touring the city. Enjoy a short river cruise to Ayuthaya on a converted rice barge.
  • Experience the iconic Eastern & Oriental Express train from Singapore to Bangkok, with opportunities to disembark for special excursions to the Malaysian Island of Penang or take a boat ride beneath the bridge on the River Kwai.
  • Along the Thai coast, pristine beaches beckon – Koh Samui, Phuket, Krabi, Koh Yao Noi and more – with the opportunity to snorkel and dive deep in the coral reefs.

Some of our favourite hotels…

Banyan Tree Bangkok

Stay in one of the tallest and most innovative spa hotels in the city, the Banyan Tree Bangkok. Here you can dine al fresco at the stylish and sophisticated roof top open-air grill and bar while you enjoy the breathtaking and panoramic views of the city – the first of its kind in Asia.

Andaman White Beach Resort

Perfect for honeymooners, the Andaman White Beach Resort is a tranquil oasis, far from the madding crowd, yet within easy reach of shopping and the nightlife of Phuket.

For a small supplement here you can upgrade to a Sea view deluxe room with outdoor Jacuzzi to make your honeymoon extra special.

A favourite with our customers, Andaman White Beach’s stunning location was showcased in both movies, The Beach and The Quest.


Rayavadee in Krabi is situated between 3 pristine National Marine Park beaches with a backdrop of limestone cliffs. Stay in aromantic Hydro-Pool Pavilion which features your own hydro pool!

The Library

Unwind by The Library’s signature red swimming pool. Selected as one of the world’s most spectacular hotel pools by both Tripadvisor and CNN, The Red Pool, with its mosaic tiles of orange, yellow and deep red, presents a dazzling spectacle of brilliant colour and sophisticated style. A member of ‘Design Hotels’, the Library is just a few steps away from the white sandy beach of Chaweng in Koh Samui.

The Sarojin

An Exceptional Boutique Beach Resort The Sarojin , Khao Lak Bordering five spectacular jungle National Parks and the world famous dive sanctuaries of the Similian and Surin Islands, tailor-made adventures await – A private charter on a luxury boat; A jungle adventure complete with champagne; Thai cooking classes and lunch by a waterfall, a romantic private BBQ on the beach; whatever your imagination desires.

Banyan Tree Phuket

Banyan Tree Phuket with its 3 distinct resort offerings will meet every holiday desire. Beach buffs, spa lovers, sanctuary seekers and those looking for seclusion and privacy can choose from one of the best range of pool villas in Thailand. The Banyan Tree Samui in Koh Samui offers Hillcrest Pool Villas which sit high up on the hillside and enjoy fabulous ocean views.

The Soneva Kiri Resort

Dining Pods, Private Jets, Speedboats & buggies… The Soneva Kiri Resort on the island of Koh Hood. To get to this exclusive address you will be collected from Bangkok Airport by the resort’s own luxurious 8 seater private jet for the 1 hour flight to the Soneva Kiri airfield. Upon landing you will be greeted and escorted on the 5 minute luxury speed boat crossing from the airfield. Upon on stepping ashore, a short electric buggy ride will take you to your oversized pool villa.

For an unforgettable experience try “The Dining Pod” You will be winched 16 feet into the air above the shoreline in the dining pod which is not unlike a cocoon with an open air panoramic window. You will be served by a flying waiter harnessed to a zip-line!


Weddings in Thailand…

* To marry in Thailand you will need to register your wedding in Bangkok which requires a four night stay (Monday to Thursday) and costs approx. £1000 per couple (excl. accommodation). A stay in Bangkok is a great way to start your Thailand experience.

  • In Thailand you can choose between a traditional western affair or a more exotic Thai ceremony with Buddhist monks.
  • Most packages can be utilised as Renewal of Vows ceremonies, simply exclude the Bangkok registration fee.
  • Wedding ceremonies can take place in and around your hotel resort including by the beach, in the hotel gardens or in your own villa.
  • Hold your wedding on a deserted sandbar, this is a belt of flour-soft sand not far from the mainland, arrive by speedboat for a barefoot affair.
  • After a wedding in a Buddhist temple, robed Monks will bless you both with water and ancient chants.
  • Hold your ceremony at the charming Chapel on the Lagoon, this chapel floats on stilts above the tropical waterways of the Laguna Phuket resort complex in southern Thailand.
  • As a special touch, the Chapel can be accessed by private vessel, allowing arrival to the reception area and departure from the Chapel deck, which provides the perfect setting for post ceremony photos and champagne.