Join Thailand’s warm and radiant smiling locals in their love of the country’s way of life. From blissful beaches to religious monuments, contemporary comforts to traditional customs, Thailand is a colourful combination of character, cuisine and culture.
Absorb breathtaking scenery, from the lush jungles, misty mountains, hill-tribe villages and tranquil rice paddies, to the glistening coasts with waters lapping at the shores. Meander down the mighty Mekong River in a traditional long-tail boat, visit floating markets, take guided trips to the numerous national parks or witness amazing wildlife, including sighting elephants as they bathe in the river waters. Unrivalled for exotic getaways, Thailand’s islands and beaches of the south attract sun worshippers and watersports enthusiasts, while the dense jungles of the north are a natural playground for trekkers and wildlife spotters.
By contrast, venture into the urban centres, where streets are alive with rich multifaceted personality, from laid-back Chiang Rai on the banks of the Kok River to the thriving capital, Bangkok. Enduringly popular among travellers, Thailand’s diverse destinations, ancient ruins, ornate palaces and temples, not to mention mouth-watering food, all combine to make this a perfect multi-centre holiday destination.
Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok
Set along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this modern hotel is a welcome retreat from the bustle of the city. Thai-inspired rooms and suites are both comfortable and elegant, with views of the river or cityscape, while those [...]View Hotel
Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas
Encased in tropical beauty, this contemporary retreat offers guests high levels of privacy and tranquillity. Nestled beside Mai Khao Beach are 91 spacious and luxurious villas, all featuring decked outdoor areas and a private poo [...]View Hotel
Set in 43 acres of lush hillside along a stretch of idyllic beach in secluded Emerald Bay, this exciting new addition to Phuket’s collection of luxury properties is Rosewood Hotels & Resorts' first step into South East Asia. [...]View Hotel