Frequently Asked questions

Thailand looks forward to welcoming you. To help you plan your trip, we have put together this list of useful resources.

Useful Links

Useful Telephone Numbers

  • Tourist Hotline: 1672
  • Tourist Police Hotline: 1155

Travel responsibly in Thailand and help support eco-friendly initiatives, community-based tourism projects, and ethical experiences.

No trip to Thailand is complete without trying the mouth-watering variety of Thai food on offer. From simple street food stalls to Michelin-rated restaurants, Thailand is food heaven.

Any month is a good month to visit Thailand with temperatures around the country remaining warm all year round. And with different weather patterns affecting the Gulf Coast and Andaman Coast, you can still find a sunny beach to relax on whatever time of year you travel.

With so many Thai islands to choose from, you should have no trouble finding one perfect for you. From popular islands like Phuket and Ko Samui to the undiscovered delights of Ko Sukorn and Ko Libong.

Part of the enjoyment of any holiday is experiencing local life. Thai people have a well-deserved reputation for their friendliness and taking time to learn more about Thai culture and the local way of life will make for an even more rewarding visit to the ‘Land of Smiles’. 

There is hardly a month goes by without some colourful festival taking place in Thailand. Be prepared to get a good-natured soaking during the Songkran New Year Water Festival and take time to reflect during the beautiful Loy Krathong Festival. Look out for a whole host of local festivals that take place throughout the year.

From the scenic mountains and jungles of the North to the delightful beaches and islands in the South, Thailand is a land of natural wonders and magical landscapes.

We believe diversity is amazing and it is this diversity that helps make Thailand such a fantastic holiday destination. A country that welcomes all visitors regardless of your age, colour, identity, or who you love.  

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