Exotic, amazing, enchanting. Mere words cannot describe the joy of visiting one of the beautiful and exciting countries in Asia. The presence of numerous islands and two coastlines ensures a holiday in Thailand to be filled with various beaches. From crowded cosmopolitan beaches to secluded tropical getaways, you can really ...
Travel adventurously just like the locals – an overnight sleeper train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai and then again from Hanoi to Hue, a two day boat journey down the Mekong River - pass incredible rural scenery and spend a night in the remote village of Pakbeng.
Discover the highlights of refined Luang Prabang with a guide, and enjoy free time to make your own explorations and discover why UNESCO rate this city so highly.
There are many chances to do good while you travel, like the Intrepid foundation supported COPE, dedicated to helping those injured by unexploded ordinance.
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“Tour was very good. Ticked off a lot of boxes! I saw a lot of SE Asia but wish we spent more time in Chiang Mai and Nah Trang. Would also be better if the travel arrangements saw that we get into the hotels at check in time.”
“This was my first tour and I had a great time. Everything was satisfactory or better and it included so many different areas of the country. It was a great first experience of Asia and makes me want to come back for more.”
“The tour was better than I could have imagined. The tour guides Joe and Aaron were great and went the extra mile for the group on many occasions. Everything went smoothly and I was totally relaxed throughout the trip. ”
“It's the people who you travel with that makes the trip a great trip! 4 countries in 29 days is a lot a lot of travelling in buses trains and boats. Good to get an impression of Asia but too much in short time. ”
“I had a thoroughly enjoyable time with Tucan on the Bangkok to Bangkok loop trip and met some great people in the process. I would absolutely recommend this type of tour if your time travelling is limited and you want to squeeze in as much as possible!”
“This trip was incredible and I would highly recommend it to everyone. I was very fortunate to get Laura as my tour leader she has so much passion for Cambodia and Vietnam and ensured everyone had the best trip possible.”
Exotic, amazing, enchanting. Mere words cannot describe the joy of visiting one of the beautiful and exciting countries in Asia. The presence of numerous islands and two coastlines ensures a holiday in Thailand to be filled with various beaches. From crowded cosmopolitan beaches to secluded tropical getaways, you can really satiate your desires for the perfect beach holiday here. Thailand is a country that has something for everyone. Whether you’re traveling alone, as a couple or with your family, a trip to Thailand will have all the right options to customize your itinerary and add attractions that suit your tastes and preferences.
Visit the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary just outside Chiang Mai
Snorkel with the fish in Maya Bay
Take a boat ride from Phuket to the Phi Phi Islands and Monkey Beach
Climb the 300 intricately carved steps to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple
Take in panoramic views from the seat of Big Buddha in Kron, Phuket
Float from vendor to vendor at Bangkok’s floating markets
Swim beneath the waterfalls of Erawan National Park
Thailand’s glittery beaches are one of its biggest charms, but those golden temples are equally worthy of your time.
The most fun way to get around Thailand is by tuk-tuk, which offers fantastic views along the way. Most of these open-air ‘taxis’ are blue and have three wheels, except for the red tuk-tuks of Phuket (some of which have sound systems and neon lights).
When visiting holy sites, be sure to bring a shawl so you can cover up your shoulders and knees. Also be prepared to remove your shoes before entering a temple or person’s home.
The most common greeting in Thailand is to bring your hands together in a prayer-like fashion and bow, accompanied with a “Sawatdee-kah” for males or a “Sawatdee-krap” for females. Be sure to return this gesture as a show of respect.
Thai people are extremely friendly and generous. Don’t be surprised if a local starts to strike up a random conversation, particularly in the markets.
Make your visit to Thailand is an ethical one. Research whether a tour company’s practices are socially responsible, particularly if visiting elephants or hill tribes.