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Even the most adventurous traveller will struggle to cover Thailand in one visit, with its breadth of activities and a myriad of must-see destinations. So a twin or multi-centre holiday to Thailand is the perfect way to see more for less. From the stunning beaches in the south, to the urban excitement of Bangkok, to the rolling hills in the north, the ‘Land of Smiles’ has something for everyone.

On a Thailand multi-centre holiday, you can combine many of the country's most spectacular locations into one unforgettable trip. Design your trip to include Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Hua Hin, or go beach-hopping between Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui. Whether you’re looking for cultural sites, natural wonders or some quality beach time – or all of the above – Thailand multi-centre holidays tick all the boxes. By travelling around, you’ll be able to uncover the country’s multiple personalities, all in one unforgettable trip.

If you want to go one step further, why not supplement your Thailand holiday with a visit to another country? City-lovers could consider stopping off in Dubai on the way, or spending a few days in Kuala Lumpur on the way home. But if you prefer culture to concrete jungles, Thailand’s neighbours offer all kinds of exciting experiences. Hop across the border to Cambodia or Vietnam, where you’ll notice familiar similarities and fascinating differences between these adjoining countries.

Beyond Bangkok

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Multiple countries

Best time to go

Bangkok and beyond

Multi-centre holidays in Northern Thailand are all about diversity. You can discover everything from action-packed cities to traditional villages and tropical beaches. Starting in bustling Bangkok – the pulsing capital which attracts 22 million visitors a year – you’ll be surrounded by street-food stalls, soaring skyscrapers and grand palaces. But head further north to Chiang Mai and you can expect a very different pace of life. This lush area of Northern Thailand is all about traditional tribes, elephant sanctuaries and hilltop temples. Or, if fancy some beach time, why not head to the coastal cities of Pattaya or Hua Hin? On opposite sides of the Gulf of Thailand, these popular spots boast powdery sands and plenty of bars and restaurants.

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Phuket and other islands

For some travellers, a Thailand multi-centre holiday means only one thing – island-hopping. And Thailand certainly has lots to choose from.

As the country’s biggest island, Phuket is a popular place to start. You can take your pick from 30 beaches, ranging from romantic coves to party hotspots. Once you’ve acclimatised to the heat and the time difference, there are many more islands for you to explore. You could hop on a ferry and spend a few days on the world-famous Koh Phi Phi, relaxing in the beautiful bays and snorkelling among tropical corals. 

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Or fly over to the Gulf of Thailand, where you’ll find the sister isles of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. The largest, Samui, is known for its long beaches and luxury resorts, while neighbouring Koh Phangan is filled with mountains and rich rainforests. The smallest of the trio, Koh Tao boasts fantastic snorkelling and some of the best diving spots in the whole of Thailand.

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Two countries, one trip

Who says your multi-centre holiday has to be limited to one country? There are so many more options out there, and our experts will help you pick the best one for you.

If you want to break up the journey, consider stopping off in Dubai or Abu Dhabi for a few days. You can browse the gigantic malls, admire the grand architecture, and head into the desert on a 4x4 safari. Or, on your way back to the UK, you could tick another country off your list with a city break in Singapore, Hong Kong or Kuala Lumpur.

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Alternatively, after travelling around Thailand, pop over to Cambodia for a few days. Learn about the country’s history in Phnom Penh, and visit Siem Reap to see impressive Angkor Wat – one of the world’s most famous temples. Or you could travel east to Vietnam. Southeast Asia’s rising star, this welcoming country has all the exotic appeal of Thailand, but the beaches and lantern-lined towns have fewer crowds.

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Best time to visit Thailand

Each region of Thailand has its own micro-climate but, generally speaking, it’s best to visit Thailand during the British winter, between November and March. At this time of year, most of Thailand is experiencing its dry season, meaning you can expect warm weather and lower humidity levels.

 

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But the best time to go very much depends upon what you’re looking for from your Thailand trip. If you’re seeking beaches and sunshine, it’s best to go during the winter months – but this is also the most popular time to go. So if you’re travelling on a budget, consider booking your Thailand multi-centre holiday for April or May, when the humidity levels rise and the prices drop.

September and October are often the wettest months. This is obviously no good for sunbathing but, for keen hikers, this is a great time to go to Thailand – the rainforests will be lush and leafy, while the full rivers make for spectacular waterfalls.

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Beyond Bangkok

Bangkok and beyond

Multi-centre holidays in Northern Thailand are all about diversity. You can discover everything from action-packed cities to traditional villages and tropical beaches. Starting in bustling Bangkok – the pulsing capital which attracts 22 million visitors a year – you’ll be surrounded by street-food stalls, soaring skyscrapers and grand palaces. But head further north to Chiang Mai and you can expect a very different pace of life. This lush area of Northern Thailand is all about traditional tribes, elephant sanctuaries and hilltop temples. Or, if fancy some beach time, why not head to the coastal cities of Pattaya or Hua Hin? On opposite sides of the Gulf of Thailand, these popular spots boast powdery sands and plenty of bars and restaurants.

Show More
Show Less

Phuket plus

Phuket and other islands

For some travellers, a Thailand multi-centre holiday means only one thing – island-hopping. And Thailand certainly has lots to choose from.

As the country’s biggest island, Phuket is a popular place to start. You can take your pick from 30 beaches, ranging from romantic coves to party hotspots. Once you’ve acclimatised to the heat and the time difference, there are many more islands for you to explore. You could hop on a ferry and spend a few days on the world-famous Koh Phi Phi, relaxing in the beautiful bays and snorkelling among tropical corals. 

Show More
Show Less

Or fly over to the Gulf of Thailand, where you’ll find the sister isles of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. The largest, Samui, is known for its long beaches and luxury resorts, while neighbouring Koh Phangan is filled with mountains and rich rainforests. The smallest of the trio, Koh Tao boasts fantastic snorkelling and some of the best diving spots in the whole of Thailand.

Show More
Show Less

Multiple countries

Two countries, one trip

Who says your multi-centre holiday has to be limited to one country? There are so many more options out there, and our experts will help you pick the best one for you.

If you want to break up the journey, consider stopping off in Dubai or Abu Dhabi for a few days. You can browse the gigantic malls, admire the grand architecture, and head into the desert on a 4x4 safari. Or, on your way back to the UK, you could tick another country off your list with a city break in Singapore, Hong Kong or Kuala Lumpur.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, after travelling around Thailand, pop over to Cambodia for a few days. Learn about the country’s history in Phnom Penh, and visit Siem Reap to see impressive Angkor Wat – one of the world’s most famous temples. Or you could travel east to Vietnam. Southeast Asia’s rising star, this welcoming country has all the exotic appeal of Thailand, but the beaches and lantern-lined towns have fewer crowds.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Thailand

Each region of Thailand has its own micro-climate but, generally speaking, it’s best to visit Thailand during the British winter, between November and March. At this time of year, most of Thailand is experiencing its dry season, meaning you can expect warm weather and lower humidity levels.

 

Show More
Show Less

But the best time to go very much depends upon what you’re looking for from your Thailand trip. If you’re seeking beaches and sunshine, it’s best to go during the winter months – but this is also the most popular time to go. So if you’re travelling on a budget, consider booking your Thailand multi-centre holiday for April or May, when the humidity levels rise and the prices drop.

September and October are often the wettest months. This is obviously no good for sunbathing but, for keen hikers, this is a great time to go to Thailand – the rainforests will be lush and leafy, while the full rivers make for spectacular waterfalls.

Show More
Show Less

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