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Thailand Holidays in 2020

A holiday to Thailand in 2020 will transport you to the pure magic of Southeast Asia – a mystical destination with utterly captivating culture and history, golden beaches on idyllic islands, and a fascinating culinary scene. 

Weather-wise, the best time to go to Thailand is December, especially if you'd like to escape the cold.

What type of holiday does Thailand offer?

Thailand’s vibrant capital, Bangkok, is famed for its street food and chaotic but exciting atmosphere. It’s a must visit on any trip to Thailand, but there is so much more to see in the land of smiles.

The captivating ancient city of Chiang Mai offers a different experience, with its luscious elephant sanctuaries and small traditional villages. 

But if you’d rather have an island escape and absorb the tranquil surroundings of Phuket or Koh Samui, you’ll see Thailand’s turquoise ocean and powdery golden sands.

Thailand is great for:

  • All inclusive holidays - There are some real gems for all inclusive holidays in Thailand, including Baumanburi in Phuket and the Kalima Resort & Villas Khao Lak.
  • Last minute holidays - If you can’t decide between a city break and a beach holiday, Thailand is a great option for last minute plans, as you’ll get both!
  • Cheap holidays - In terms of spending money when you are there, Thailand will be a lot easier on your wallet than a lot of other destinations. You can get lots for your cash!

 

Thailand at a glance

Must-visit historical sites

Don't miss out on impressive sites like the Sukhothai Historical Park

Sample the local food

From fine dining in Bangkok to Phuket's street food markets

Discover the best beaches

Long coastline, numerous islands & azure waters to match

Cultural hotspot not to miss

We love the gleaming temples & meditation retreats

Lush natural wonders

Explore the rainforest in one of the national parks

Explore the local markets

The best way to find authentic Thai foods

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Things to do in Thailand

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Things to do in Thailand

Things to do in Thailand

Thailand holidays offer a wide range of hotels and destinations. There are plenty of things to do in Pattaya – a picturesque area with many white, sandy beaches; there's big city life in bustling Bangkok, and remote hideaways from coast-to-coast.

  • A singular cultural experience awaits when you book your Thailand trip. The country is full of captivating temples and ancient sites that take you back to a bygone era full of mystery and vibrant colour.
  • Those who love ancient temples are in for a treat, especially in Bangkok and Chiang Mai. The cities are full of temples and palaces. Wat Arun and Wat Pho are among the most breathtaking sights in the capital.
  • When you’re in Chiang Mai, you won’t want to miss Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep – try saying that after a Thai whiskey or two! It’s also definitely worth visiting one of the country’s ancient ruins in the capital.
  • The two most famous and impressive sites are Sukhothai and Ayutthaya – the former is best explored by bike. Heading to the river town of Kanchanaburi takes you to one of the focal points of WWII; the town is home to the bridge over the River Kwai and the Commonwealth cemeteries.
  • Thailand’s wildlife is another captivating lure, with elephants, tigers and monkeys lurking in the beautiful and diverse landscapes that make up this wonderful country. There are so many things to do in Bangkok!
Thai culture

Thai culture

Theravada Buddhism is the most prominent religion in the country, and its culture and customs are a very important part of Thai culture and values. There are many peaceful places of worship you can visit and serene places to explore, including Wat Arun and Wat Chedi Luang.

History buffs can also bask in the beauty of the ancient ruins of Sukhothai or Ayutthaya.

Conversely, the bustle of city life is just around the corner, with nightclubs, partying and commerce everywhere. Thailand is a spicy nation that’s teeming with opposites.

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Most popular hotels in Thailand

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Thailand weather

Thailand weather
Jan
29°C
Avg. Dry Days 8
Feb
30°C
Avg. Dry Days 10
Mar
30°C
Avg. Dry Days 8
Apr
30°C
Avg. Dry Days 2
Nov
29°C
Avg. Dry Days 4
Dec
29°C
Avg. Dry Days 5

Your Thailand questions answered

What is the best month to go to Thailand?

The best months to visit Thailand would be November through to April. This is when it’s in its prime of cool season, meaning the temperatures are just right. But due to Thailand’s varied climate, you can visit at any point all year-round.

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