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Tailor-made family holidays in Thailand. In Thailand a great transport infrastructure means the length and breadth of the country is easily accessible for families and it is malaria free in almost all regions.
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Thais have a deep affection for children, which is embedded in their culture
Although it takes the best part of twelve hours to reach Bangkok, your patience will be rewarded as the Thais have a deep affection for children which is embedded in their culture.
The Thai people are very public in their affection for youngsters so be prepared for lots of attention from the locals who will want to interact with your children and show their affection. You might even find yourself being beckoned to the front of queues such is their respect of the family unit. Crime is very low in Thai cities and you will feel safe wherever you choose to travel.
A great transportation infrastructure means the length and breadth of the country is easily accessible and malaria free in almost all regions. If you wish to avoid internal flights the train is a wonderfully relaxing and fun way to travel.
Although the peak season runs from November to the end of March, you can travel to Thailand any time of the year and benefit from the various microclimates which means it is possible to escape the heat of the south if you so desire.
In Bangkok, a cycle ride will let children see a greener more traditional side of Bangkok while a tour of the city using a combination of sky train and tuk tuk(a local motorised form of transportation) is a thrilling way to explore. In the north there are elephant rides and hill tribes to be discovered, while in the south, where the sun shines virtually all year around, there are a fantastic selection of beach properties for all budgets. Swimming off most beaches is safe and the sea is wonderfully temperate.
A relaxing, comfortable hotel perfectly positioned to capture the unique atmosphere of this mysterious mountain area or a stepping stone to Myanmar and Laos.
With the night bazaar only a mere 10-minute walk, this is by far the best centrally located hotel in Chiang Mai.
This opulent resort is designed in a classical Thai style and maintains a countryside ambience despite being just minutes away from central Chiang Mai.
The Ramada has been designed in a contemporary yet unobtrusive style and offers a quiet and peaceful retreat on a more scenic stretch of the Andaman coastline. It has 116 rooms.
A good value resort with a wide appeal to couples and families alike situated on one of the island's better beaches. The property is within walking distance of a wide range of restaurants and Fisherman's Village.
The Chatrium Suites has an enviable views over the city and the enormous pool has stunning river views so you can swim a few lengths while watching bustling river life unfold in front of you, a truly unique experience.
The best place to stay in Khao Sok National Park is undoubtedly the Elephant Hills camp, where 20 well-appointed tents have been erected in a small clearing in the park.
Soneva Kiri is the first resort of its kind on Koh Kood and it is a stunning addition to the collection. Set in 41 hectares of natural grounds the resort is made up of 42 pool villas.
Lanjia Lodge is an eco-friendly, community-based lodge in northern Thailand looking out over the Mekong and into Laos. A percentage of revenue from guests' stays is used to support community projects.
A super place to experience local hospitality in the hills of northern Thailand. Friendly staff and a range of activities make it a great base from which to explore the area.
A great option with stylish rooms and excellent facilities ideal for couples and families who want to be in the heart of the city close to some of the best shopping in Bangkok and the convenient sky-train system.
Explore this beautiful area, full of small villages, temples and tropical flora by bicycle, which is just across the Chao Praya River in Bangkok.
Uncover the pristine beauty of Phuket by day and night as you explore the limestone cliffs and turquoise waters of Phang Nga Bay.
The park offers visitors a rare experience to get involved with the elephants from an educational perspective.
13 days from £1,870pp
Spend time in the busy city of Bangkok, before heading to Khao Sok National Park for some outdoor activities. End the trip with some time to relax on the beach.
15 days from £2,175pp
Singapore is one of the great Asian hubs and a fantastic place to start your journey. From Singapore you will fly direct to Chiang Mai to soak up the atmosphere here and enjoy some of the cultural experiences the region is famous for. End with some time to relax on one of Thailand's beaches.
12 days from £2,565pp
Discover the less developed and unexplored parts of Thailand in 12 days including Bangkok on a city safari, the stunning Khao Sok national park and the quiet beaches of Khao Lak.
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