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Highlights in Thailand
- Paradise and pristine beaches
- Nature and urban jungles
- The taste of Asia
- Country of Siamese cats
- Market of Damnoen Saduak
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Thailand is such a big country that cannot be travelled in a week, therefore, before planning your stay think of the type of holiday you are aiming for. For an adventurous and active holiday surrounded by nature go to Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai in the north of the country to find lettings in the middle of lush green landscapes. For urban lovers, we definitely recommend a rental in Bangkok, a vibrant city with its own charm, flair and multicultural society. To relax and unwind in heavenly beaches head to Krabi, Phuket, Ko Samui or Ko Tao. Also, on the famous island of Phi Phi, were “The Beach” was filmed, you can find cosy holiday rentals with all the amenities you deserve. Find the best holiday rentals in every part of Thailand and start enjoying your dream holiday.Unwind at the best holiday rentals
Travelling to Thailand is always a great experience! This is the perfect place to enjoy the charm of a holiday rental surrounded by nature, the most spectacular beaches or in the heart of its vibrant capital. From small urban rentals at affordable prices to luxury properties with lush green gardens, private swimming pools and lovely terraces where to spend those afternoons when you do not feel like leaving home. You can also enjoy the privilege of getting everything done for you at fully staffed lettings. Can you think of a better way to spend your holidays?
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The area and getting around
Thailand is one of the 49 countries that shape the Asian continent. This large country is very well known for its tropical beaches, ancient ruins of old civilisations, iconic temples and opulent royal palaces drawing in millions of tourists every year. Bangkok, its capital, is the centre of commercial and industrial activity with lots of markets to visit, delicious street food and a very busy commercial area. The mix of a modern cityscape and quiet communities by the canals is an exotic allure for any traveller.Enjoy a country full of variety
From majestic temples to paradisiacal beaches, jungles and ruins. The country offers great sights and experiences you will never forget together with an exquisite cuisine to indulge your senses. Take yourself to the islands and enjoy some time in the sun, diving and relaxing by the palm trees. Explore the jungle in Chiang Mai, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya or take a tour of the floating market of Damnoen Saduak. To know more about their culture heritage, admire the greatness of Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple. Choose Thailand for your next adventure and experience the magic of this Asian country. Start making memories now!
Travellers and activities
Thailand is a country rich in natural resources with a very diverse environment. There are more than 100 national parks, among which there are 20 marine parks. Each of them is inhabited by a unique local flora and fauna. From the lush forests of the northern mountains and the extensive plains of the center to the southern coast mangroves and the savannas to the northeast. Doi Inthanon National Park and Khao Sok National Park are both worthy of mention.Thailand for heavenly beaches seekers
One of the most touristic attractions of the country is the heavenly beaches both on the east and west coast. Crystal clear turquoise waters, long stretches of white sand and exotic palm trees by the shore, making it the most picture-perfect place to take your best shots. Unwind in a hammock, bask under the sun and have a fresh coconut at the beach bar. Start your holidays in a haven of peace that will make you forget about everything else. Lonely Beach, Railay Beach, Phi Phi Don or Phra Nang Beach are some of the beaches where your dream holiday will come true.
Did you know Thailand used to be known as Siam? It is the country where Siamese cats originated from.
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Thailand enjoys a really good climate throughout the year, although sometimes it can reach really high temperatures. The country is made up of 1.430 islands approximately. Some of them have allured directors from all over the world to set their films in those captivating surroundings. Picturesque strips of fine sand with dramatic rock cliffs as a backdrop washed with turquoise blue waters. Get on a boat and make your way to the most beautiful islands of the country. Besides Ko Tao and Ko Samui, the most popular ones amongst first-timers and honeymooners, Ko Lanta, Ko Phi Phi and Ko Samet will also provide excellent facilities and serene nooks.2. Shop around the floating market
Have you ever bought your good from a tiny canoe? Experience the most exciting way of going to the shops. Shop around the stalls lined around the canals of the famous floating market of Damnoen Saduak in Bangkok city. Full of life and action, you will be able to buy fruit from the lady on the boat next to you, some fried delicacies they cook at the moment like Hoy Tod or Kai Jeow Moo Saap or get yourself some crafts and original presents for friends and family. Mingle around like a local and happy shopping!3. The land of temples
As many other Asian countries, Thailand has thousands of temples scattered around the main provinces. Thi is truly a land of history and ancient culture with about 35.000 temples. Don’t miss the chance to visit Wat Rong Khun, Wat Phra Kao, Wat Arun and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple, they will take your breath away. Monks praying, locals making their offerings and curious tourist watching it in awe. Visit them at any time during the day taking into consideration their dressing rules for men and women alike, meaning no shorts or sleeveless shirts and tops.4. Pamper yourself with a good massage
Along the main streets in the city or at every corner of the villages you will find excellent salons to treat yourself with a relaxing massage, a Thai massage or a good reflexology treatment. If you have more time you might consider having a facial and your nails done. Considered now as a destination of beaches it is also well considered as a spa destination where to get your beauty and wellness treatments. Choose your beauty therapy centre o stop at one of the stalls in the streets to get a quick fix. Sit down and enjoy your spa time.5. It is shopping time!
Local markets with street food and clothing are quite popular all over the country. When you visit Bangkok, there is one large market you can not miss - the weekend market of Chatuchak. What once was a popular market amongst wholesalers and traders it is now a popular landmark and a must-visit place to visit for anyone visiting the capital. In here you can literally shop ‘til you drop in this 35-acre area with more than 8.000 stalls where to sift through the goods on offer. Have a nibble and local delicacies at any of the street food stalls and keep looking for the best bargains. You will not be disappointed.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Thailand
Thailand is one of the most expensive countries in Asia! An overnight stay here costs on average £173.38 per night.
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should travel to Thailand in June, November, and May which are the months that offer the best prices, with average prices of £128.1, £141.1, and £145.94 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Thailand, the highest prices are found in the month of January (with an average of £255.41 per night), followed by February (£254.39), and March (£207.04).
Here, last-minute travellers are welcome, because the average availability in Thailand is 61%, which is above the average for this country, according to data from 2020.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Thailand are, in order, January (with 38.5% of available rentals), February (44.4%), and March (57.5%).
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