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Hotels in Thailand come in quite literally every shape and size imaginable. Walk from your personal beach bungalow to the shores of one of hundreds of tiny islands, or survey the Bangkok skyline from the 40th floor. You’ll find that you’ll get much more for your money and can enjoy 5 star luxury for a fraction of the cost. Service is also very highly regarded in Thailand and you’ll find you are very well looked after wherever you stay. With the whole of Thailand at your disposal it is hard to decide where first to lay your head. The north has jungle, ancient tribes and a glimpse of a Thailand that once was, while the centre is dominated by Bangkok with its monolithic skyscrapers and shopping malls. Down south things are a little calmer, the waves barely even lap at the shores where beach huts rule and life takes a relaxing pace.
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Thailand Key Facts
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The most commonly spoken language is Thai.
Did you know that in Thailand it's illegal to leave your house without wearing underwear?
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Frequently Asked Questions
When to go to Thailand?
Sitting within the tropics Thailand has just two types of weather for the most part. These are wet and dry and although accompanied by fluctuations in temperature, they’re nothing like that of Europe or America. The things to note are that by and large temperature remains constant around Bangkok and the Islands, cooling off at times in the north. The wettest period runs from July to October, at this time it is best to avoid the north.
Where to stay in Thailand?
For family hotels in Thailand, <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-365-1-0/hotels-in-chiang-mai' title='head to Chiang Mai' target='_blank'>head to Chiang Mai</a> in the north. This mountainous region is relaxed and peaceful, but there are still plenty of activities for the whole family. Children especially will love the interactive museums, cookery schools, and 200-acre zoo and aquarium. In the beautiful countryside surrounding Chiang Mai, you can visit the elephant sanctuaries, and those with an adventurous streak can try rafting and zip-lining.There are some great hotels for couples on <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-626-1-0/hotels-in-koh-samui' title='Koh Samui' target='_blank'>Koh Samui</a>, the second largest island in Thailand. Palm trees adorn the beautiful white-sand beaches, and inland you can find stunning waterfalls amidst the rocky outcrops. For relaxation, there are luxury spas offering a variety of treatments. Enjoy a cocktail watching the sun go down at one of the many beach bars, before heading for a romantic meal for two.If you’re looking for a buzzing nightlife, stay in a <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-629-1-0/hotels-in-pattaya' title='hotel in Pattaya' target='_blank'>hotel in Pattaya</a> to experience the famous beach parties that happen here. Alternatively, a <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-369-1-0/hotels-in-koh-phangan' title='hotel in Koh Phangan' target='_blank'>hotel in Koh Phangan</a> is the place to be for the monthly Full Moon Party at Hat Rin beach. <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-368-1-0/hotels-in-phuket-and-khao-lak' title='Hotels in Phuket' target='_blank'>Hotels in Phuket</a> are another safe bet, where the beaches of Kata and Karon are well known for hosting vibrant parties that go on till dawn.A <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-364-1-0/hotels-in-bangkok' title='hotel in Bangkok' target='_blank'>hotel in Bangkok</a> will give you the opportunity to explore the multiple treats of Thailand’s capital. For some culture, visit the impressive Grand Palace and Wat Prakaew, the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand. Pick out some fresh produce at the unique Bangkok Floating Markets, or head to Khoa San Road to meet a range of international travellers chilling in a cocktail bar.
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