Thailand draws an ever-increasing number of visitors, who seek out its long stretches of beach, ancient Siamese kingdoms, bustling city life and excellent cuisine, all of which feature in our escorted tours. Travel through the ancient kingdoms of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai, sail beneath the famous 'Bridge on the River Kwai', visit the elephants of Chiang Mai or take in the highlights of the lively capital of Bangkok. An escorted Thailand tour offers an easy and secure way to experience the sights and sounds of this vibrant country.
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Bangkok is the capital and largest city in Thailand. The Thai capital sinceBangkok was once a village situated on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Because of its ideal location near the mouth of the river, Bangkok served as a customs outpost on both sides of the river, and gradually expanded economically through international trade.
Travel from Bangkok to Singapore on a voyage of discovery, soaking up culture and revelling in the flavours of the region. With golden temples, soft white beaches and bright blue skies, tantalising seafood and a host of shopping spots, our journey from Thailand down to the Malay Peninsula is sure to delight. Discover a different side of Kuala Lumpur away from the highrises on a half day street food tour through the backstreets, uncovering flavours you need to be a local to know.
Bangkok, Thailand 's capital, offers something for everyone. It is a huge city full of great shopping, nightlife, good food and tourist attractions. You can admire Buddhist temples, get a Thai massage, shop in some of the best shopping malls in Asia or visit floating markets.
If you're flying to Thailand from the UK, you'll almost certainly land in Bangkok. Emirates, Qatar Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines all operate frequent flights to Suvarnabhumi Airport commonly known as Bangkok International which lies about 30km west of the city centre. If you're flying into Bangkok from elsewhere in Asia, you're likely to arrive in Don Mueng International, which is around 25km north of Bangkok's centre.
I am thinking of doing a package tour of Thailand later this year. I am travelling alone so this seems a good option. I have seen several companies with deals out of Australia that include airfares.
We will use your email address only to give you more information about this trip. Take a tour of Malaysia's lush tea plantations in the Cameron Highlands. See Kuala Lumpur's hotspots including the Petronas Towers on a guided city tour.