Exclusive Thailand Vacation Spots

Thailand,  known as “the Land of Smiles”, is one of Asia’s most beautiful countries. When you want a luxury tour or vacation in Thailand, book your reservations with an expert specialist travel agent. The advantage of luxury tours is that you’ll visit the most fashionable places, reserved for the privileged few who want to avoid the crowds, delight in the culture, and meet the friendly people.

Boat on river, Khlong Sok National Park, Thailand

Exclusive Thailand  Vacation Spots

Kon Munnork is the only Thai beach resort located on a private island. The resort is only three hours from Bangkok. The unspoiled setting is enveloped by lush forest with immaculate, sandy beaches and is accessed by private boat. Soneva Kiri on Koh Kut Island is one of the most luxurious resorts Thailand has to offer. The stylish resort features bungalows with wraparound pools, excellent food and service, an outdoor cinema, and a club just for kids. The stunning Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle in Chiang Rai is ideal for honeymoon couples (or anyone who wants a romantic vacation).  The jungle resort has isolated villages, spectacular views, a spa, private jacuzzis, and a bar that’s perfect for enjoying drinks at sunset. One of the most sheltered beaches in Thailand is on Koh Kradan. Most of the island is part of Hat Chao Mai National Park and is a lovely spot for a quiet day trip

Thai food and cooking class

Thai Food, Dining and Cooking Classes

For years, travelers were accustomed to Thailand’s vendors who sold food on city streets and the many shophouse restaurants. Very few high-end restaurants existed, even in Bangkok. Today, dining is a more refined experience and features more international and regional cuisine. Thai Loh Yeh is one of Bangkok’s trendiest restaurants and features a fusion of traditional Siamese cuisine and Thai street food. The restaurant is an excellent choice for an elegant evening out.

The Dhara Devi offers more dining selections than any hotel in Chiang Mai with Akaligo, Le Grand Lanna, and Farang Ses. In Phuket, the Diavolo Restaurant at the Paresa Resort is excellent. Those who love Thailand’s tasty cuisine can go home with more than a memory of the delicious meals they enjoyed while visiting the country. There are a number of excellent Thai cooking classes available depending on whether you want a one day course or a two-week immersion in the art of cooking Thai.

Things to do in Thailand

Snorkeling and Scuba-diving in Thailand

Watersports and Aerial Adventures

Adventurous and sporty holidaymakers might like to  charter a private yacht to sail around Thailand’s islands. Go kayaking, fishing, snorkeling, scuba-diving, windsurfing, and paragliding while exploring beaches, coral reefs and sea caves.

Or go inland and experience the thrill of one of Thailand’s several exciting zipline and aerial adventure parks.

doi inthanon

Temples and Scenery

Thailand is famous for its elaborate temples, monasteries, and floating markets. There are countless temples in Bangkok alone. However for a truly enlightening experience, a private, guided tour of one of the temples deep in the forest is fascinating and the scenery does not get better than that from the top of Thailand’s highest mountain, Doi Inthanon

Paragon Complex Bangkok

Elephant Sanctuary Stay

Elephants are intelligent and fascinating. While many tourists might experience a brief jungle ride, only a few will spend time actually interacting with them in their natural habitat.

Walk with the elephants, bathe them in the river, observe them at night and help their carers, called mahouts, feed and care for them.

Luxury resorts in Thailand

Luxury Resorts in Thailand

One experience you must not miss on a trip to Thailand is a stay at one of the luxury resorts.

Many of the resorts are in remote areas and feature jacuzzis to relax in after a busy day of sightseeing, and delectable Thai cuisine. Some are on secluded islands, away from the crowds of tourists with pristine beaches and crystal clear water.

Planning a Trip To Thailand

Thailand is a large and diverse country. The beaches are stunning, the mountains magnificent. There are verdant jungles and hilltop villages hidden in cloud. All of these are easy enough to find in tourist guides but to get to the heart of this fascinating destination, you will want to go beyond the typical tourist trail and discover the hidden corners that require a more intimate knowledge of the country and its people.

An expert Thailand travel planner can show you hidden corners of Thailand that you would never find on your own. Instead of the typical Thailand elephant ride, go and live in an elephant sanctuary. Instead of a busy beach, find yourself on the shore of a private island. Instead of joining a hundred other sightseers trekking around the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, enjoy a private guided tour of the most magnificent temples and palaces in Thailand. Trekerie offers a free travel expert match-making service. You tell us what you would like to do when in Thailand and we will invite two Thailand travel experts to compete to design your custom luxury trip. Within a day or two you will receive two travel outlines based on your own preferences. Luxury and experiential travel has never been so easy to organize!


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Thailand Fast Facts

Capital: Bangkok
Population: 68.8 million
Number of Islands: 1,430
Best Thailand islands to visit
Koh Lipe Islands
Koh Chang
Koh Kut
Koh Lanta
Koh Yao

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