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Welcome to Thailand


Thailand Holidays & Flights

Home to the word’s most visited city, Thailand is a beautiful Southeast Asian nation that draws tourists in from all over the world. As well as the capital city of Bangkok, Thailand has many exotic and historic destinations to consider visiting. From the tropical holiday hub of Phuket to the ancient walls of Chiang Mai and the Tiger Cave in Krabi Town, Thailand honeymoons and holidays offer a range of incredible holiday destinations. Thailand is home to beautiful beaches, rich rainforests and magnificent Buddhist Temples. Holidays to Thailand are a great choice for a Southeast Asian adventure with such incredible sights and exciting activities. All inclusive Thailand holiday and honeymoon packages are a great choice for an Asian getaway and offer countless opportunities for fun and adventure.

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Attraction Overview
If you visit Bangkok, you must go and see the immaculate Grand Place. Built in 1782, this architectural marvel was home to the Thai war ministry, state departments and the mint. The palace consists of several buildings including the must see Temple of the Emerald Buddha. You could be visiting this remarkable destination yourself with Thailand holidays and honeymoons from Ireland. The floating markets of Bangkok are a truly unique experience, where you can buy fresh tropical fruit, vegetables and even hot food cooked on floating kitchens.
Patong, the party capital of Phuket is the place to visit for party animals with hundreds of go-go bars, pubs and clubs featuring entertainment from bands and international DJs. Phuket is also home to some of the world’s best scuba destinations in the Andaman Sea, where you can also go snorkelling, surfing and kayaking.
Thailand’s highest peak, Doi Inthanon can be climbed at Doi Inthanon National Park, situated in Chiang Mai Province of northern Thailand. The park also has various waterfalls, birds and wildlife. You could be visiting this this incredible nation soon with cheap Thailand honeymoon and holiday packages from Dublin.

High temperatures and humidity levels are experienced throughout the year. The country is hottest between March and May, and monsoon season runs from June to October. In September and October much of the country suffers from flooding, particularly in the north, north eastern and central regions. The cool season, most favoured by visitors, runs from November to February.


Thai is the official language, although English is widely spoken in tourist areas.


The unit of currency is the Baht (THB), which is divided into 100 satang. Currency can be exchanged at the airport, banks, hotels and bureaux de change. Banks are open Monday to Friday. ATMs are available in most cities and tourist resorts. Most large hotels and shops accept travellers cheques, but a better rate will be given at banks. Most major credit cards are accepted at hotels and larger businesses.


GMT +7.

Now a small city in southern Thailand, Sukhothai was once the seat of an ancient Siamese culture. The Sukhothai National Historic Park has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is dedicated to preserving the area's many temples, palaces and monuments, which date back to the 13th century. The old city covers roughly 27 square miles (70 sq km) and is divided into three zones, each of which charge separate admission. There are bicycle rentals available, and there is a tour by electric tram. New Sukhothai features a fresh market with great local food, and a few shops and restaurants.

Looking for something a bit different?  Check out our selection of cultural & adventure holidays or if you're looking to go it alone then see our selection of solo holidays.

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