Discover Thailand's Heart with Trip Thai Tour

Experience the magic of Thailand with Trip Thai Tour, where we blend heartfelt, authentic experiences with exceptional affordability. Journey from vibrant cities to tranquil beaches, immersed in Thai culture and guided by our expert team. Our personalized, budget-friendly packages offer unparalleled value, turning travel dreams into unforgettable realities. With us, you're not just a tourist, but a part of the Thai story. Discover Thailand, discover yourself with Trip Thai Tour.

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Embark on a personalized journey like never before with our uniquely designed package tours, crafted just for you. Immerse yourself in a world of customization, where we curate the perfect blend of the finest accommodations and handpicked experiences in every city.

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Thailand things to do

Things to do in Thailand

Embark on a journey through the heart of Thailand with our meticulously curated guide, ensuring you don't miss a single extraordinary moment in each city. From enchanting sightseeing to immersive cultural tours, and even the unmissable gems like elephant sanctuaries and pristine beaches with crystal-clear turquoise waters—our guide has it all!

Thailand Hotels, Transport, and English Guides

Hotels, Transport, and English Guides

Experience seamless travel in Thailand with our one-stop service! From accommodations and transportation to English-speaking guides, we've got you covered, ensuring a hassle-free and enjoyable vacation.

Discover Thailand: Must-See Sights and Unmissable Activities

Bangkok City

Bangkok Tour

A city of endless wonders. Don't miss the stunning temples, grand palaces, and vibrant street life in this must-visit cultural hub

Bangkok Tour
Pattaya City

Pattaya Tour

A tropical paradise. From its bustling night markets to serene temples and stunning beaches, it's a treasure trove of experiences not to be missed.

Pattaya Tour
Koh Samui

Koh Samui Tour

An island dream. From its picturesque beaches to vibrant nightlife and tranquil spas, it's a must-visit oasis of unforgettable experiences.

Koh Samui Tour
Phuket Thailand

Phuket Tour

A jewel of the Andaman. With its crystal-clear waters, stunning beaches, and vibrant nightlife, it's an unmissable tropical adventure.

Phuket Tour

Chiang Mai Tour

A cultural wonderland. Its ancient temples, vibrant markets, and lush mountains make it an unskippable stop on every Thai adventure.

Chiang Mai Tour

Ayutthaya Tour

A historical masterpiece. Its ancient ruins, majestic temples, and rich heritage make it a must-visit destination for every history lover.

Ayutthaya Tour

Some of our most popular tour options in Thailand include:

  • Thailand Cultural Tours: Experience the rich history and traditions of Thailand by visiting ancient temples, palaces, and monuments. Learn about Buddhism, Thai cuisine, and traditional dances.
  • Adventure Tours: Get your adrenaline pumping with activities like rock climbing, bungee jumping, elephant trekking, and white-water rafting. Explore the lush jungles and rugged mountains of Northern Thailand.
  • Beach Tours: Relax on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Snorkel, dive, or swim in crystal-clear waters. Enjoy island hopping, sunset cruises, and beach parties.
  • Food Tours: Taste your way through the delicious street food and local specialties of Thailand. Learn about the ingredients and cooking techniques used in Thai cuisine.
  • Safari world tour : a unique park that combines a drive-through safari park with a marine park and a bird park. You can see animals from all over the world, including tigers, lions, zebras, giraffes, and elephants, from the comfort of your car or on a guided tour. The marine park features exciting shows with dolphins, seals, and other sea creatures, while the bird park is home to a wide variety of exotic and colorful birds.
  • tailor-made tours, honeymoon packages, and group tours. No matter what type of tour you choose, you can be sure that Trip Thai Tour will provide an unforgettable experience.

Thailand Tourism Updates

Thailand extends 30-day visa exemption for Indian and Taiwanese tourists until 11 November 2024

The Thai cabinet has approved a temporary visa exemption for visitors from India and Taiwan not exceeding 30 days, effective from 11 May 2024 to 11 November 2024. The current visa-exemption scheme for Indians and Taiwanese has been in effect since 10 November 2023 and will be valid until 10 May 2024. The visa-free extension aims to boost tourism and make it easier for Indian and Taiwanese tourists to travel to Thailand.

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Thailand extends visa exemption for Russian tourists until 31 July 2024

Holders of Russian passports or travel documents will be entitled to a tourist visa exemption for a 60-day stay in Thailand, down from the previous 90-day visa-free stay.

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Thailand boasts a variety of attractions catering to different interests. Some top destinations include the Grand Palace and Wat Pho in Bangkok, the ancient temples of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai, the beaches of Phuket, Koh Samui, and Krabi, the mountainous landscapes of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, and the nightlife and entertainment areas of Pattaya.

Additionally, the Phi Phi Islands, Similan Islands, and national parks like Khao Sok are among the country's natural wonders.

Thailand generally has three main seasons: the cool season (November to February), the hot season (March to May), and the rainy season (June to October). The cool season is popular among tourists for pleasant weather and festivals like Loy Krathong.

However, the best time might vary based on regions and personal preferences. For instance, diving enthusiasts might prefer the months when visibility is best on specific islands.

Thailand is a popular tourist destination known for its welcoming populace. Generally, it's safe for travelers, but it's essential to be cautious, especially in crowded places and during nighttime.

Be aware of common scams, and always keep personal belongings secure. Like any other destination, it's vital to be informed about local norms and any travel advisories before your trip.

While no vaccinations are mandatory to enter Thailand, it's recommended to be updated with routine vaccinations like MMR, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, and varicella. Travelers might also consider vaccines for Hepatitis A & B, Typhoid, Yellow Fever (based on region), and Japanese Encephalitis based on the areas they're visiting and planned activities.

It's always a good practice to consult with a travel clinic or your physician before your trip.

Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities, tourist areas, and at most hotels and upscale restaurants. However, smaller establishments, local markets, and street vendors might only accept cash.

It's advisable to carry some Thai Baht in cash for convenience. There are numerous ATMs available, but be mindful of transaction fees.

Thai cuisine is celebrated worldwide for its bold flavors, combining spicy, sweet, sour, and umami. Popular dishes include Pad Thai, Green Curry, Tom Yum Goong, Som Tum, and Mango Sticky Rice.

The country also offers a vast array of street food options, which are both delicious and affordable.

Tipping is not a traditional practice in Thailand, but it's becoming more common, especially in tourist areas. While not obligatory, a small tip is appreciated in restaurants, hotels, and for services like massages.

For exceptional service, a gratuity of around 10% is customary in higher-end establishments.

When visiting temples in Thailand, it's important to dress modestly. This typically means covering your shoulders and knees. Sleeveless tops, short skirts, and shorts are generally not appropriate. Many temples provide sarongs or scarves for visitors to cover up if needed.

Additionally, removing shoes before entering temple buildings is a standard practice.

The official language of Thailand is Thai. While English is commonly spoken in tourist areas, major hotels, and attractions, it might not be widely understood in more rural areas.

Learning a few basic Thai phrases can be beneficial and is often appreciated by the locals.

Bargaining is common in local markets and some smaller shops. However, it's essential to do so politely and with a smile. In malls and established stores, prices are usually fixed.

A general rule is to start by offering half the asking price and then negotiate from there. If both parties reach a price that's agreeable, it's a successful bargain!