Inviting. Intriguing. Dynamic. Thailand confidently conflates modern and ancient.
Peppered with idyllic islands and known for being home to the world’s most photographed beaches, Thailand is also crammed with ancient palaces and breathtaking temples. The dynamic metropolis of Bangkok offers world-class art, culture, and cuisine. Head north to virgin countryside with tranquil green rice paddies and small villages set against mystical mountains.
Have an authentic ‘Sangkatan Ceremony’, a blessing your journey ahead by a monk in a private chamber at Bangkok’s oldest temple Wat Pho; discover Bangkok by long-tail boat (James-Bond style, of course) accompanied by a charismatic local who will effortlessly relate the most engaging aspects of Thai history; enjoy exclusive access, alongside a palace historian, to the inner chambers of the Grand Palace; visit the finest antiques dealers and jewellers in Thailand, before accompanying your chef to select a handful of mouthwatering local delicacies to cook up in a private lesson in Thai cuisine; settle in to a sunset dinner on a private luxury barge on the Chao Phraya River, laid on by the royal catering team; experience Thailand’s world-class nightlife and entertainment after dinner at one of Bangkok’s signature restaurants; take a seaplane in Phuket to rendezvous with your traditional rustic wooden ketch; explore Phang Nga Bay and snorkel around the limestone karsts; take a scenic helicopter flight above the rock formations, island mountains, and limestone pinnacles of Phang Nga Bay before a private royal Thai celebration with a host of elephants, fire dancers, spectacular musicians, and a feast on the beach; head into jungle-clad hills and trek through dense rainforests to encounter remote tribes; head up the Mekong River.
Where to Stay
Luxurious spa retreats; beach villas; luxury tented camps; palaces.
When to Go
Thailand is an all-year-round destination, although the weather is best from November to February.