Thailand tours, regardless of type and length, are destined to be fascinating. When the skyscrapers are soaring in Bangkok, the hill tribes in Chiang Rai still stick to their traditional life; you can trace a by-gone glory at Ayutthaya, visit an elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai, or just bathe in the sunshine on beaches in Phuket or Krabi. With so many things to see and do, travelers never get bored here. Get inspired by sample Thailand tours. All can be customized based on your specific travel needs.
When is the best time to visit Thailand?
From November to early April is the best time to visit Thailand. The eastern and western beaches of the south have different climates. In the winter, the west coast is more advantageous. The majority of the year is pleasant for travelers along Thailand's east coast. There, rainfall is least in January and February and most abundant in November.
What are the top places that you should not miss when taking a tour to Thailand?
Contrasting to the bright lights, swift pace, and loudness of certain Asian megacities, Bangkok's more laid-back feel and easily navigable public transit. Besides, the golden chedi of Buddhist temples and wats that provide seclusion around the city spring up among supermarkets and skyscraper structures.
Chiang Mai, Thailand's second-largest city, is the opposite of Bangkok. It is surrounded on all sides by rainforests and situated between the country's northern mountains. Visitors to Chiang Mai frequently spend learning about the region's rich cuisine, relaxing in the simple lodgings, and viewing the historic temple ruins.
Phuket Island, which is situated on the sea trading route between China and India, is a fusion of several civilizations that have left their imprints. Due to the attractiveness of its amiably wonderful beaches and crystal-clear oceans, it is not only still the wealthiest district in Thailand but also vibrant and raucous.
Krabi is the image of a longtail boat with vividly colorful sails moored in a blue sea that represents Thailand? The Andaman Sea, which is home to more than 150 limestone islands that are surrounded by marshes and covered in frothy patches of flora, makes visitors enjoy the peaceful time here.
The best itinerary for a Thailand tour?
Your journey will begin in Bangkok, the country's capital and largest city, which is renowned for its ornate shrines and active street culture. After spending two to three days here, you take a flight to Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, two mountainous northern cities with many tourist attractions. After that, you will take a flight to Phuket Island or Krabi to visit the stunning, gorgeous beaches with long, white shorelines and end your journey here.
How many days should I spend for a tour to Thailand
With a 6 – 8 days tour, you can visit Bangkok and Phuket/Krabi if you are a person who is keen on the beach & relaxation. And if you are a person who is keen in learning the local life as well as the culture and seeing the mountain place, Bangkok with Chiang Mai should be chosen. Besides, if you want to travel to both these 3 destinations, you can spend 9 – 14 days exploring all of them.