Thailand is an exotic blend of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and modern amenities. It is a must-visit destination for tourists looking for a unique blend of adventure, relaxation, and cultural experiences.
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand is the ancient city of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its historical temples, palaces, and monuments. Another must-visit place is the Chiang Mai province, known for its stunning mountains, lush jungles, and historic temples. The Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is also a popular attraction, offering a lively mix of street food, traditional Thai handicrafts, and entertainment.
For those seeking adventure, Thailand has much to offer, from trekking and rafting in the northern hills to scuba diving and snorkelling in the south. Tourists can also take part in traditional Thai activities such as Muay Thai boxing, cooking classes, and Buddhist meditation.
For a unique and memorable experience, tourists can visit the famous Floating Markets of Bangkok and taste fresh fruits, vegetables, and seafood directly from the boats. The Wat Phra Kaew temple and the Grand Palace, located in the heart of Bangkok, are also must-visits for their stunning architecture and rich cultural heritage.
In conclusion, Thailand is a diverse and exciting destination, offering a rich blend of adventure, relaxation, and cultural experiences. With its stunning natural beauty, rich heritage, and modern amenities, it is the perfect place to escape and recharge.
Best time to visit
November to early April
Must Try Food
Pad Thai, Tom Yum, Pad Kra Pao
Thai Baht (THB)
Indochina Time (GMT +7)
9D | 8N
Best of Bangkok and Northern Thailand
Visit 3 different cities unique in their own way. Food and entertainment opportunities in Bangkok are endless with excellent choice of eating options, from international style restaurants to roadside.
Chiang Rai, the northernmost province of Thailand reaching the Mekong River to the north and borders on both Myanmar and Laos. And Chiang Mai, the rose of the North is a cultural and natural fairytale city with ethnic diversity, a variety of attractions, and welcoming hospitality.
from SGD $2,662.00
8D | 7N
Essential Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai
This will include a visit to 3 essential provinces of Thailand. To fully enhance your experience we will leave a most days free time in which you can optional tours with us. From The City of Angels, Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, a vibrant city, a national treasure house and Thailand’s spiritual, cultural, political, commercial, educational and diplomatic enter with endless choice of sightseeing and entertainment opportunities.
We fly northward to the next province Chiang Rai, the ancient capital of Lanna Kingdom and home to many ethnic hill tribes and a splendid White Temple; there are plenty of things to do from sipping tea amidst the misty mountain to taking a long tail boat ride on the mighty Mekong River.
Last but not least - Chiang Mai, the main attraction of the north with wide range of activities and things to do; it’s rich in culture and has an abundance of temples and fascinating architecture, which are a fusion of Lanna, Mon, and Burmese styles. Here you will get an introduction to Lanna cuisine and explore the old town in rickshaw.
from SGD $1,190.00
5D | 4N
Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai
Explore the Northern Thailand's amazing highlights and the most authentic sides with starting from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai. Enjoy the delights of the 600-year-old temple of Doi Suthep and the great views from Doi Mae Salong.
Visit the home of various ethnic hill tribes hill tribe villages to witness the fascinating lifestyles of these ethnic groups who make a living from the land, followed by Mae Sai town; a major border crossing between Thailand and Myanmar which has unique local flea markets offering Thai handicrafts and many liquors at a reasonable price.
Wrap up the package with a visit to infamous Golden Triangle giving a view of the splendor of the mighty Mekong River joining forces with the Ruak River and forming the actual “Triangle” with Laos, Myanmar (Burma), and Thailand border.
from SGD $1,300.00
4D | 3N
Samui Beach Break
Samui sits in the Gulf of Thailand and is the second largest island in the country. Every year, Samui attracts thousands of travelers, from backpackers staying at a simple beachside bungalow, to the wealthiest vacationers staying a couple of days in the most luxurious villa on the many paradisiac beaches that the island has to offer.
While the island is small enough to be driven or biked through in a couple of hours, it has so many different beaches to enjoy and activities to do that it would be impossible to experience them all in a single visit. Some of the most well-known beaches are Chaweng, Lamai, Taling Ngam, and Natien, to name a few.
As for activities, travelers can take cooking classes, do yoga, learn Muay Thai, scuba dive and even golf. Apart from what the island itself has to offer - plentiful nature, history and culture -one the visits that cannot be missed when traveling to Samui is a day-trip to Ang Thong National Park, a natural wonder composed of 42 islands.
from SGD $335.00
4D | 3N
Phuket Beach Break
One of Asia’s most popular resort destinations, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island located off its southern coast in the Andaman Sea. This tropical island is renowned for its many superb beaches, rocky capes, mountains, and forest hills as well as lush farmlands cultivating crops such as rubber, pineapple, and tapioca.
Phuket has excellent infrastructure, internationally famous restaurants, small local eateries, shopping centers, excellent nightlife, health spas and a wide choice of recreational activities. The island is also a good base for exploring the nearby islands and must-see attractions including the world-famous places like Phang Nga Bay and the Phi Phi Islands.
from SGD $1,634.00
4D | 3N
Krabi Beach Break
Unlike Phuket, Krabi is not as crowded and more laid back than Koh Samui. It is said that there are around 150 islands and islets along the Krabi coastline, many are just a small rocky outcrop erupt vertically out of the sea without landing access, creating picturesque scenery when looking out from mainland. Besides beautiful beaches and islands, the inland have natural hot springs, emerald pool, magnificent viewpoint and sea caves.
from SGD $2,977.00
4D | 3N
The City of Angels, Krungthepmahanakorn (Bangkok) is the present capital city and the focal point for Thailand. It is a vibrant city; a national treasure house and Thailand’s spiritual, cultural, political, commercial, educational, and diplomatic enter with endless choice of sightseeing and entertainment opportunities.
In addition to the many temples and historic buildings, such as The Grand Palace and Wat Arun, the list of interesting places to visit is endless. There are numerous canal (klong) networks, the Chaophraya River, giving it the name of “Venice of the East”. In Bangkok, are also bustling markets, Jim Thompson’s House, Chatuchak Weekend Market, Wat Po, Wat Benjamorpit and MBK Shopping Center.
Bangkok has a wide variety of accommodation options and at various locations. Food and entertainment opportunities in Bangkok are endless with excellent choice of eating options, from international style restaurants to roadside stalls almost 24 hours a day. Bangkok is home to many excellent Spa facilities, both in large hotels and privately run.
from SGD $1,010.00
4D | 3N
Northern Highlight Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai
Immerse yourself in the fascinating culture, heritage and scenery of Northern Thailand with this magical round-trip from Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai. This region is bursting with historic monuments, dreamlike landscapes, and gastronomic delights.
Discover the main and most unique temples in the kingdom, come face to face with the Akha and Yao hilltribes and learn about their fascinating lifestyle and the history of the notorious Golden Triangle, where the border of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand meet. This tour misses none of the fascinating sights, culture and stunning scenery of Northern Thailand whilst giving you enough time at leisure to relax, do your own thing or discover even further
from SGD $1,173.00
3D | 2N
Essential Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai, known as “the Rose of the North”, is one of the most interesting cities in the Kingdom of Thailand. As the former capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai is culturally very rich and has an abundance of temples and fascinating architecture, which are a
fusion of Lanna, Mon, and Burmese styles.
Nowadays it is very modern city, similar to Bangkok. Our package has compiled a hand-picked list of Chiang Mai’s highlights that you can choose to your preference and ensure that you have the very best possible experience within three days.
from SGD $1,264.00
3D | 2N
Chiang Rai Highlights
Chiang Rai, known for its misty mountainous region and most recently from the incident Tham Luang Cave rescue, is the northernmost province of Thailand whose border shared with Myanmar and Laos. The town might not be as big as her sister Chiang Mai but never lack of amiable charm and the relaxed atmosphere.
It is also a home to various ethnic hill tribes and pristine natural beauty. If you feel adventurous you can travel up the river by long- tailed speedboat to the Golden Triangle where the borders of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos meet, and was once one of the largest opium-producing areas of the world, but now famous for its beautiful scenery.
from SGD $247.00