Thailand Tours

With beautiful beaches, remarkable culture, boundless adventures and delicious cuisine, Thailand tours will take you on a journey around a country that is sure to tick many items off your travel bucket-list. Located throughout Thailand are thousands of famous and remarkable temples and palaces not to be missed along with visiting the bustling city of Bangkok and the relaxed city of Chiang Mai. The beloved Thai cuisine will have your mouth watering with enough restaurants, stalls and markets to suit all budgets. From lively night markets, to the amazing wildlife, to experiencing the monks praying, a Thailand tour will be a trip of a lifetime. From the lively city of Bangkok to the resort town of Siem Reap, a Travel Talk Thailand and Cambodia tour provides plenty of experiences that are sure to please all travellers. Uncover the Kingdom of Thailand that offers an abundance of palaces, temples, vibrant towns and cities, an astounding past and adventurous activities before carrying on to Cambodia; a country full of secluded beaches, prehistoric temples, a tumultuous history, fascinating culture and home to Angkor Wat, the biggest religious monument ever constructed. A Thailand and Cambodia tour visits all the must-see sites, ideal for those travellers after a unique and captivating experience.

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Must See Sights from Thailand

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Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, is a large city known for ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals, flowing past the Rattanakosin royal district, home to opulent Grand Palace and its sacred Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Nearby is Wat Pho Temple with an enormous reclining Buddha and, on the opposite shore, Wat Arun Temple with its steep steps and Khmer-style spire.

Chiang Mai
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Chiang Mai is home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, including the 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.

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Founded in 1350 by King Uthong, the Siamese capital at Ayutthaya was one of Asia's grandest cities until Burmese forces overran it in 1767.

Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand overall, has tropical weather, is warm year-round and the climate can be divided into seasons; hot season (March to May), Rainy season (June to October) and cool season (November to February). The seasons tend to fluctuate from region to region so the weather can vary at times. The best time of year to visit Thailand is throughout the cool season. This time of year, is when the weather is ideal for sightseeing the country and visiting all the amazing sites, cities, towns and attractions. The rainy season or the monsoon season means that there can be a large amount of flooding with the weather unpleasantly hot and humid. The hot season sees temperature soar with cities such as Bangkok becoming almost unbearable.
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The Thai culture is greatly influenced by religion with around 95% of the population Theravada Buddhist. This has a large impact on their attitude with Buddhism values and beliefs playing a massive role in everyday life. Thai Theravada Buddhism is supported by the government, which means that the monks get a few assistances such as the free use of the public transportation system. Thai people are laid back, friendly, very hospitable and polite with family the foundation of society and often, family life is more closely bound than in western cultures. Westernisation of the larger cities has become more apparent over the years due to the internet and other types of media with the younger generation becoming more westernised thus, traditional ways of life seem to be disappearing.
Thai food is renowned worldwide however, nothing beats trying the cuisine in Thailand itself. Each region of Thailand tends to have its own cuisine and offers plenty of meat, seafood, vegetable, rice, noodle and soup dishes that burst with flavours that are identified with spiciness, sourness, bitterness, saltiness and sweetness. Thai food is cheap and satisfying and can be found at many restaurants, cafes, markets and street vendors. Food such as som tam (papaya salad), tom yum goong (hot and sour soup) and massaman curry are worth a try. Beer has become increasingly popular and furthermore, is very cheap in Thailand. The most popular local brands are Singha Beer and Beer Chang and you can expect to pay around B30 for a 330ml bottle.
Thailand is a shopaholics paradise full of silks, antiques, jewellery, ceramics and handcrafted souvenirs. With items, so cheap, and bartering a way of shopping life, it is easy to see why many people end up purchasing another suitcase. From luxury shopping malls, to traditional night markets, a shopping trip in Thailand is very much an adventure.
Songkran Festival: Occurring in the month of April, Songkran or the Thai New Year is the most significant date in the Thai calendar. It is celebrated throughout the country with plenty of exciting events, religious ceremonies and public festivities meaning that you can immerse yourself in traditional Thai culture. Expect to get wet as people splash, throw buckets of water and use water guns at each other throughout the festival in a spirit of fun and goodwill.

Chiang Mai Flower Festival: In February, the 3-day Chiang Mai Flower festival takes place where an abundance of flowering plants, floral displays, flower decorated floats and beauty pageants take place. Situated in the north of Thailand, Chiang Mai or the “Rose of the North” is known for its ample amounts of flowers which, burst into full bloom in the cool season making this an extremely beautiful and colourful festival.

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