Destinations in Thailand

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Thailand

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.6, 501 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Bangkok! Vera Nidhra is a boutique bed and breakfast located in a local residential area close to the river. Krung Thonburi ...

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.3, 6 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Bangkok – and a guest favourite. The luxurious Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn is connected to Surasak BTS Skytrain Station via t ...

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.3, 750 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Bangkok – and a guest favourite. Located right next to Ploenchit BTS Skytrain Station, The Okura Prestige Bangkok offers sty ...

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.3, 162 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Bangkok! A former royal residence situated by the Chao Phraya River, Chakrabongse Villas offers stunning views of Wat Arun f ...

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.3, 586 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Bangkok – and a guest favourite. Located in a convenient area of Bangkok, just a 5-minute walk to Thong Lo BTS Station and a ...

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.3, 820 reviews)
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Located along the bank of Chao Phraya River, The Peninsula Bangkok features luxury guest rooms with full facilities and views of the Chao Phraya River ...

— Bangkok, Thailand

(Rated 9.2, 1 reviews)
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Offering views of the Chao Phraya River, Avani Plus Riverside Bangkok Hotel features rooms with a blend of contemporary and modern styles. Guests can ...

Thailand - The Rite Of Passage

Dive into a world of white sandy beaches, crystal clear seas and intimate wildlife encounters. Thailand is also known for budget-friendly experiences and is a rite of passage for many travellers. One experience most people would say you can’t miss in Thailand, is an elephant encounter. For an unforgettable (and ethical) elephant experience, head along to the Elephant Rescue Park in Chiang Mai, where you can feed, bathe and take a stroll with your new 3 tonne friend. Another thing you must do while in Chiang is take a hot air balloon ride. Rides usually take off around 6am, but it’s well worth getting up for the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and temples. Speaking of temples, Thailand has over 40 thousand of them. One of the most popular is the Wat Phra Yai in Koh Samui. You’ll instantly recognise this amazing temple, as it features an imposing 18m golden Buddha statue at the top of a long flight of stairs. Finally, how would you like to be part of the world’s largest water fight? The Songkran Festival is held every year as part of Thailand’s New Year celebrations, and is known as the biggest water fight in the world. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting around mid April make sure you pack your water guns, balloons and buckets for this exciting tradition.

Travel Thailand

Walk Along The Shores Of Railay Beach

Railay Beach in the province of Krabi is Thailand’s cream of the crop when it comes to beaches. Along with the crystal clear waters and sandy beaches, visitors can also go elephant trekking, whitewater rafting and snorkeling. Or if you're looking for more relaxed activities, there’s also cooking classes and massages available.

See The Elephants At Khao Yai National Park

Thailand is well known for its coveted elephant experiences. Khao Yai National Park is especially amazing, as it offers visitors a chance to see these majestic animals in their natural habitat. Witness the elephants roaming near the waterfalls and hanging out with a number of other creatures this stunning park is home to.

Holiday Shop At The Floating Markets

Visiting one of Thailand’s famous floating markets is a great way to do your holiday shopping, while at the same time experiencing Thai culture and supporting the local vendors. Just be sure to get up early, as the vendors are usually out first thing in the morning selling fruit, vegetables, spices and other tasty dishes. You’ll find plenty of floating markets in popular cities like Bangkok.

Tips And Travel Information For Thailand

Money The currency is Thailand is the Thai baht (THB). Most debit cards will charge a currency conversion fee if you use your card to make a purchase or withdraw in Thai baht. However, a Charles Schwab account card can wave these fees and allow you to use ATMs without being charged. Getting Around Transportation in Thailand can be chaotic at times. Motorbikes and bicycles are the main forms of transport in rural areas. Travelling by bus is usually preferred in Bangkok and for travelling long distances. In most cities you can also travel via Thailand’s famous “Tuk-tuks.” Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Nov - Mar) Moderate (Apr & June, Sept & Oct) Quiet Season (Jul - Oct) High Season in Thailand is between the months of November and March. During this time the landscape is at its scenic best and temperatures are comfortable. Low season is between July and October when Monsoon season hits, meaning some islands will actually shut down.

Find Boutique Hotels In Thailand

For a stay just as exquisite as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Thailand.