Thailand

You can find everything in Thailand: romance, a varied nightlife, hidden treasures and peaceful islands surrounded by pristine, clear waters. One of the most gay-friendly places in Asia, you’ll find incredible open, accepting and welcoming place, its world-renowned floating markets will have you not knowing where to look first, and the Grand Palace is a photographer’s dream.

The extent of its intricate detailing will have you feeling somewhat inferior to the Thai craftsmen. An abundance of blue water can be found in the islands of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao as well as some of the best diving in the world. Soak up the sunshine in the south and experience the culture of the north in Chiang Mai and the cosmopolitan capital Bangkok.

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Cycling: Explore Northwest Thailand by Bike

If you enjoy cycling then this itinerary is a great way to explore Thailand. Staying in a combination of three and four-star hotels – as well as experiencing a more traditional homestay – the peaceful regions of northern Thailand where...

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Cycling: Bangkok to Siem Reap Adventure

Saddle up and cycle between Southeast Asia’s most ancient and modern of cities – Angkor and Bangkok. From the Thai capital, you’ll head out into the verdant countryside, past fruit orchards, mountains and beaches. After crossing the border into Cambodia,...

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Bridge Over the River Kwai

Immerse yourself in the bright lights of Bangkok, the hustle and bustle of Khao San Road and the LGBT scene in Silom Soi. The Banyan Tree in Bangkok boasts one of the best rooftop bars and restaurants in the city....

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Bangkok and Ko Samet

Combining the city of Bangkok with the nearby island retreat of Ko Samet is the ideal way to enjoy both city and beach in Thailand without flying down to the south of the island. Just three hours from Bangkok, Ko...

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Gay Group Trip: Tremendous Thailand Cruise

This cruise is perfect for all those that are looking for some winter sun, on this cruise you’ll be voyaging to many of the idyllic islands in Thailand including Phuket, Phi Phi islands and Patong. With the opportunity to soak...

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Gay Group Trip: Sailing Thailand (Patong, Koh Hong And Phuket)

This gay group trip is the definition of a great escape. With an unforgettable new year’s eve celebration at Patong’s gay beach and the chance to sail to some of Thailand’s most beautiful islands including the peaceful bay at Nai Harn,...

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Gay Group Trip: Thailand Explorer And Adventure

This 15-day adventure starts and finishes in the metropolis of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand and home to Asia’s best food, nightlife, and shopping. It has been designed to maximise your experience of Thailand. Instead of rushing around in a...

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Gay Group Trip: Thailand Explorer

Thailand is the most LGBT-friendly country in Asia. This 12-day trip will maximise your experience of one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. Instead of rushing around from one place to another, you’ll see four specific locations you’ll fall in love...

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Getting to Thailand

Bangkok has two airports. It is easy to travel around the country and most of the country's major destinations have their own airports close by. You can also fly directly to Phuket from London in certain seasons as well as via the Middle East.

General Information

The perfect destination if you’re looking for a combination of culture and idyllic beaches.

Relax and unwind on the beautiful beaches of Koh Samui, Ko Phi Phi and Phuket. With stretches of sand that meet blue waters, Thailand has some of the best beach resorts in the world. Perhaps a room with its own private pool is up your street or a villa in the hills.

For culture, look to the north of Thailand. The capital city Bangkok not only has abundant nightlife but many temples and markets to explore. Head up to Chiang Mai to visit elephant sanctuaries and experience incredible trekking.

Further north in Chiang Rai you’ll discover more temples and the Golden Triangle – which is where the hilly landscape of Thailand meets Myanmar and Laos. Don’t forget to try your hand at a traditional Thai cooking class whilst in the country.

What Everyone Does In Thailand

Much like our Thailand Honeymoon and Wedding itinerary, start in Bangkok and spend 3 nights there exploring the city. Visit the Royal Palace and the floating markets, then head over to Phuket for a week or two of sun and sea! We can arrange a private boat tour of the Phi Phi islands for you where your driver will take you to some of the most exclusive bays and beaches.

What Some People Do In Thailand

Why not pair Thailand with another country? Our suggestions would be Cambodia and Thailand, Vietnam and Thailand or if you want to see it all, then check out our Indochina Heritage itinerary which takes you through Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia.

What No One Does In Thailand

Explore Northern Thailand and visit the Bridge over the River Kwai. We think the best way to experience is up close! Board your intimate cruise ship at Kanchanaburi and sail up the river Kwai to Muang Singh. Here you will explore the national park followed by a scenic train journey to Saphan Tham Krasae.

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