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Cheap tickets to Thailand

Thailand’s fantastic blend of stunning natural beauty, vibrant nightlife and historical attractions has made it one of the world’s foremost travel destinations with something to offer for people of all tastes. Many choose to visit Thailand to enjoys its many sandy beaches, undisturbed natural landscape and exciting outdoor activities, while its many unique heritage sites and cultural events each year make it an ideal destination for the discerning traveler.

Top Things to Do in Thailand

One of Thailand’s most attractive appeals is its great natural beauty, whether it is soaking up the excellent weather on one of its beaches or enjoying the scenery on one of its secluded islands such as Ko Phi Phi. The beach resorts of Ko Samui and Phuket are particularly popular coastal getaways offering a lot for people of all ages with their busy nightlife scene and stretches of beaches. Outdoor activities such as hiking, jet skiing and scuba diving are also immensely rewarding experiences and appeal particularly to adventure seekers and active travelers.

Within the bustling city of Bangkok there is much to do in terms of shopping, dining and cultural attractions. As well as its busy marketplaces and authentic street cuisine, Bangkok is home to many important historical sites such as the Grand Palace temple and Wat Phra Kaew temple, home to the sacred Emeral Buddha. Many interesting cultural events happen in Bangkok each year including the Siam Niramit traditional Thai performance which explores the entire history of the country.

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Flights to Thailand

Thai Airways is the national carrier of the country and provide cheap flights to Thailand from many destinations around the world. The busiest airport in Thailand is Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok which serves over 52 million passengers annually, while Phuket Airport is a popular entry point to the country’s southern coast. Nationals from many countries around the globe including United States, UAE and many European nations do not require a visa to enter Thailand for a stay of up to 30 days which can then be extended for a further 30 days.

When to Visit Thailand

The busiest season for travelers to Thailand is between November and February when the weather is at its most pleasant. The period between June and October is when most of the country experiences the most rainfall. The climate in the south tends to remain consistently warm all year round, although it becomes more varied as you go more inland.

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