The Country That's Both a Buzz and a Breeze



In Bangkok, Thailand’s bustling capital, you’ll find a mix of old and new. One moment you’re navigating the crowded aisles of Chatuchak Market, and the next you’re standing in front of the Grand Palace, a relic of Thailand’s storied past. As day turns to night, the city’s modern skyline comes alive, offering a different kind of allure.

Head north to Chiang Mai and the atmosphere changes. The city is quieter, framed by mountains and dotted with temples. If you’re more inclined toward natural beauty, Thailand’s islands like Phuket and Koh Lipe offer a serene escape with their beaches and clear waters. Each destination in Thailand offers a unique experience, making it a country that caters to a wide range of interests.

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Thailand: Essential Information and Fun Facts

Visa requirements for Thailand depend on your nationality and intended duration of stay. Many travelers can enter visa-free for short visits, while others may need a visa in advance. Contact our dedicated visa team for expert guidance
Thailand has a tropical climate with a hot season, a cool season, and a rainy season. The best time to visit depends on your preferences. However, the cool and dry season, from November to February, is generally favourable for most travellers.
Did you know it’s considered disrespectful to touch someone’s head, as it’s considered the most sacred part of the body? Or that the world’s largest gold Buddha statue resides in Thailand, weighing a staggering 5.5 tons? Thailand is also famous for its delicious street food, and it’s one of the few places where you can enjoy a Michelin-star meal from a roadside vendor. With its unique cultural customs, impressive landmarks, and a culinary scene that ranges from Michelin-star spots to humble street vendors, Thailand never ceases to amaze with its intriguing facts and experiences.
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