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Thailand Holidays

Vibrant, beautiful and completely unique

Offering everything from jaw-dropping scenery, fun-loving cities, silky beaches and wonderfully luxurious resorts, Thailand has it all.

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Explore the beauty of Thailand

It’s a commonly held belief that Thailand holidays are a backpacker’s dream but nothing more.  But the truth is that Thailand is a vast and wonderful country that caters to all holiday-makers. The powdery beaches are stunning and tranquil, and the cities are renowned for their flamboyance and fascinating cultural heritage. The capital Bangkok is world-famous, living on a racy reputation that it is very proud of. But behind the lurid surface it has much to offer in the way of historical sites and delicious spicy cuisine. There are also numerous beaches and resorts offering utter luxury to the discerning traveller.

Thailand is one of the gems of Southeast Asia, a burgeoning cultural colossus, famous for its friendliness, flamboyance and food.

It is one of the world’s most popular destinations, principally because it has just about everything you could ever want. Perfect for everyone from hostel lodgers to jet-setters, it simultaneously blends ultra-cheap with ultimate luxury.

Choose Thailand if you’re looking for a unique holiday, offering the world in one. You’ll find just about anything that you could be looking for, whether it’s the exuberant bustle of Bangkok, the party-animal instincts of Pattaya, the sugar-soft beaches of Krabi or the unspoiled seclusion of Koh Yao. Along the way you could meet anyone from Thailand’s mismatched cast of orange-clad monks, boozy backpackers, fluttering bargirls and misfit expats.

Because of the diverse nature of Thailand, twin and multi-centre holidays are extremely popular in this enchantingly varied country. Why not take in the exciting city life and countless monasteries and temples of Bangkok, before travelling to one of Thailand’s breath-taking beach destinations, such as the islands of Phuket or Koh Samui?

The population is 95% Buddhist and the country is famous for its highly friendly, highly tolerant people who are always smiling. If you ever find yourself lost or in need of assistance, you can be sure that locals will be around to help you out. The culture is also especially playful and fun-loving which only helps ensure you’ll have a great time.

Tropical Sky has some really great offers for Thailand holidays, particularly during our summer months, as this is Thailand’s low season.

Why visit Thailand?

  • The exotic culture and outlandish beauty combines with familiar amenities and well-trodden paths – it’s the perfect blend of excitement and comfort
  • You could travel Thailand for a year and only scratch the surface of the culture and cuisine on offer, this makes the country perfect for longer multi-centre holidays to different regions and islands
  • Out-of-this-world food – get ready for a treat for the tongue every time you eat, whether you’re fine dining or street snacking
  • Far from being just a backpacker’s destination, Thailand is actually home to some of the swankiest luxury hotels around. Try Rayavadee Krabi if you’re looking for a truly lavish experience
  • Some of the world’s most renowned beaches including Big Buddha Beach found on Koh Samui

Beaches and scenery

Koh Samui

The island of Koh Samui, situated in the Gulf of Thailand, offers something for everyone, no matter your passion. Proud of its laidback take on life, visitors to Koh Samui will find natural beauty at every turn.

The island’s west coast is perfect for young couples and families, thanks to its picturesque and secluded beaches – and our resorts offer outstanding service in a peaceful setting. If you want something a bit more vibrant, then visit the bustling resort centres of Chaweng on the east coast, or nearby Lamai.


In the south of Thailand, Krabi’s stunning limestone cliff formations provide awe-inspiring views of beautiful natural scenery. Hotels in this area are often a little more secluded, offering you the chance to experience true rest and relaxation. The area caters for the more adventurous too, however, with coral reefs waiting to be explored by divers, and rock climbing too.


Arguably Thailand’s most famous beach holiday destination, the island of Phuket is located in the Andaman Sea. As Thailand’s largest island, Phuket offers peaceful days on the beach followed by a vibrant nightlife – particularly in and around Patong beach. However, head away from Patong and you’ll find calmer, more tranquil beaches boasting luxurious accommodation.

Cultural history and events

As famous as it is for its gorgeous beaches and energetic city of Bangkok, Thailand is also home to a rich cultural history. Even in Bangkok, visitors can easily find ancient pagodas and temples and, of course, the fascinating Royal Palace.

The ancient walled city of Chiang Mai, in the north of Thailand, is a contrast to Bangkok. It boasts a whole host of religious landmarks and stunning temples, plus famous cooking schools, all set among a landscape of mountainous forests.

Or why not witness the spectacular Loi Krathong festival, which takes place every year on the full moon of the twelfth lunar month, which usually falls in November, and happens throughout Thailand. This festival of lights sees thousands of ornate decorations floating down rivers across the country – certainly a sight not to be missed.


Thai food is famous the world over for its delicious blend of flavours and fresh ingredients. Enjoy some of the world’s finest street food, authentic red and green or massaman curries, pad thai – the list goes on.

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Thailand Information

There is a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in Thailand. Here are some of the highlights, together with some essential information you may need during your holiday.

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Visits to resort destinations such as Cha Am, Hua Hin and Pattaya are ideal family resorts compromising between providing suitable amenities to keep children entertained while retaining an authentic Thai lifestyle.

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Varied and distinctive, Thailand houses some truly sensational attractions and regional delights.
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Thai cuisine is world renowned, but you really need to sample the real deal. The unique beverages here are well worth seeking out as well.

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Bangkok, Kanchanarburi and Hua Hin in photos

Bangkok, Kanchanarburi and Hua Hin in photos

I was recently fortunate enough to join a trip to Thailand to experience a week-long itinerary packed with activities, starting in the capital city Bangkok, then on to the rural province of Kanchanaburi and finally the beach region of Hua Hin. With so much to see and do, I would need to write a whole series of articles to do Thailand …

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5 do’s and don’ts for travelling in Thailand

5 do’s and don’ts for travelling in Thailand

Thailand is often called the “land of smiles” because of the country’s friendly people. Nevertheless, there are a few things you should avoid or the smile will freeze on the face of even the friendliest Thai. But first, we relish in some of the things you should do when frequenting Thailand. Do: 1. …Live it up at the Koh Phangan …

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A true taste of Thailand

A true taste of Thailand

Thai cuisine is made up of a truly fascinating blend of South East Asian culinary traditions, with a great focus on light dishes, characterised by complex ingredient lists and tempting aromas. Hot spices are regularly used to complement the fragrant qualities of the food, resulting in dishes which taste just as good as they smell. Like most other Asian cuisines, …

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Ko Phi Phi on a budget

Ko Phi Phi on a budget

Travelling around Thailand can start to become very expensive, very quickly. Due to the fact that the country has such a low cost of living it’s really easy to get lead into a false sense of security when it comes to spending – then, before you know it, you’re all outta dough! Throughout my time travelling around Thailand I’ve managed …

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Travel blogger interview – Matthew Barby

Travel blogger interview – Matthew Barby

There are few things that Matthew Barby loves more than lazing around on the beach with a cold beer – besides washing down elephants, dancing on tables and listening to Joy Division. Matt shares his travel trials and tribulations on the Melted Stories Travel Blog. Beach bum, culture vulture or adrenalin junkie? I’m a bit of all three really! Whilst I …

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Complete luxury at Conrad Koh Samui

Complete luxury at Conrad Koh Samui

I was fortunate enough to stay at Conrad Koh Samui as part of an work familiarisation trip with other holiday firm representatives in 2012. It was by far my favourite resort of the trip, and the most incredible hotel I have ever stayed in – complete luxury, relaxation, privacy and boasting stunning views of the sea and five small islands, what more could you ask …

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