The mystery and mystique of Thailand has drawn visitors to these utopian shores for centuries. From crystal clear turquoise ocean waters to soft sugar sands and all the amenities you could ever want, you'll find the perfect holiday travel experience in this gem of Southeast Asia. The best part is there are a variety of Thailand resorts to offer all the comfort and amenities you want from spa massages to pools, fitness facilities, fine dining, live entertainment and more. Whether you're a couple on a romantic holiday, a family, or just travelling alone, it's all waiting right here.
Choeng Thale offers beaches, sanctuaries, golf, and fun
Beach resorts in the province of Choeng Thale offer a wide range of attractions and points of interest to enjoy. Here you'll find breathtaking traditional Thai architecture in a historic style dating back hundreds of years. You can visit an elephant sanctuary, or shoot 18 holes of golf on a championship-level course. You can shop at one of the country's famed night markets or go on a nature hike in a national park for wildlife viewing and tranquil green surroundings. Dozens of beaches are at your disposal, both rocky and sandy, for swimming, snorkelling, surfing, and memory-making.
Experience the glitz and glam of Patong beach resorts
Patong is a beach resort town on the shores of the Andaman Sea, and its crescent-shaped beach is dotted with all the excitement and adventure you could want. This town features all of the glitz and glam for which Thailand is known. Not only are there cafes and fine dining on every corner, but it's also known for its raucous nightlife. Here you'll find hopping nightclubs, massage parlours, cabaret theatres, craft breweries, night markets, and shopping as well as beaches with soft sand and warm sun to offset the gorgeous deep blue ocean waters. Romance, adventure, and excitement are all here in your Patong beach resorts.
Get immersed in culture at a Karon beach resort
If you're interested in historical adventures, you can find a window into Thailand's cultural past with a visit to the resort town of Karon. Here you'll discover a traditional temple complex, Wat Suwan Khirikhet, which is guarded by 2 massive and elaborate serpent statues. Twice weekly, the temple hosts the Karon Temple Market, where you'll find jewelry, street food, sarongs, and handmade arts and crafts made by local artisans. You can also take a hike up to the marble Big Buddha statue and experience stunning panoramic views of the island's lush green forests, white sands, and dark blue waters.
Explore a traditional fishing village at Rawai
Located on the southeast coast of Phuket Island, Rawai village is a traditional fishing village with scenic ports filled with long-tailed boats. If you're a seafood fan, this is definitely a place to explore from your Thailand resort. Here you can buy fresh seafood at Gypsies Fish Market, or head to any of the many seafood restaurants in town. You can also check out the Phuket Seashell Museum for a fascinating look at rare shells. Just a short distance away you can see a historic lighthouse, go snorkelling among coral reefs, and relax under a shady palm tree.
Hua Hin offers a slice of all things Thai
If you're looking to travel just a short distance from your beach resort to experience a taste of everything Thailand has to offer, Hua Hin may be just what the doctor ordered. You'll want to start your trip by relaxing on Hua Hin Beach, but you can also find historic palaces that have served as summer homes to royalty. In the evenings you can visit several Night Markets which serve as cultural hubs of the community, and during the day, you can head to a quirky art museum with interactive exhibits. History, culture, nightlife, and more are all waiting in Hua Hin.
One night (or week) in Bangkok offers exciting adventure
If there's 1 city that is iconic to Thailand's culture, nightlife, history, and spirit of adventure, it has to be Bangkok. The capital of Thailand is a vibrant metropolis with a deep history and culture, and unforgettable street life. You can visit the opulent Grand Palace or take a cultural journey to the Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Visit the sacred shrine at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Go shopping along Khaosan Road, and find fine dining, takeaway, or street food to experience local delicacies. Numerous Thailand beach resorts are just minutes away from all of this at the city centre.