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Thailand has in recent years become a highly preferred destination for family vacations, one of the top holiday destinations in the world. The demand for family trips in Thailand is growing and not for nothing, the unique experience for children to meet a different culture from what they knew. And the variety of attractions and activities that Thailand has to offer. From jeep tours in the north, riding and bathing with elephants in Kanchanaburi to a refreshing dip in the waterfalls, a tummy tuck on white sands in the islands, the most luxurious hotels, and in Bangkok where the meeting of east and west of a modern city is replete with huge canyons. A shopping dream where you can find everything and cheaply.
Amusement parks, a water park, and one of the largest aquariums in the world make the perfect experience for the whole family. No need to spend a fortune or break savings plans for a family trip to Thailand, everything is cheap, everything is available, and the prices of flights to Thailand that have been significantly reduced in recent years allow you to come to Thailand all year round. Do not worry in Thailand it is always hot and it is always the season to visit.
We at Thailand Holiday Group have been specialising for years in organising trips, especially for families, for a vacation of up to 28 days by prior arrangement. We build a route tailored to each family within your timeframe and budget.
By pre-booking, you are guaranteed a place at the cheapest prices, and you always have somewhere to turn for any problem. We are located in Bangkok, at the heart of the area for travelers and backpackers from all over the world. Also, many years of experience in organizing family trips in Thailand.
We are available in Thailand 24 hours a day to give you an answer and advice for any question or problem in order to fulfil your perfect vacation. So when there is not much time and you are in a country as vast as Thailand, let us do the hard work and your only task is to come and enjoy your holiday in peace when everything is already arranged for you and your family.
Most rooms in hotels in Thailand are built for a limited number of people so a family will need two and sometimes three separate rooms (Maybe even a suite of two or three rooms.) Only we at the Thailand Holiday Group can find you a reservation in advance and subject to availability a combination of adjoining rooms, the option of a connecting door and at cheaper prices than any other website.
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Family activities in Thailand come in all shapes and sizes. It’s a fantastic country for families to visit with so much to see and do.
Things to do in Thailand with kids include visiting an ethical elephant sanctuary to learn about these gentle giants and giving a baby elephant a mud bath or taking the Flight of the Gibbon zipline to experience a monkey’s viewpoint from the jungle canopy. Trekking some simple trails in various national parks scattered across the country to see native wildlife and beautiful waterfalls.
There are several world-class water parks designed for optimal family fun. In Hua Hin, Black Mountain Water Park has a wave pool, several water slides and lots of other water activities. Another thrilling water is Vana Nava Water Jungle. Set within 3.2 hectares of tropical jungle, the park features 19 waterslides and Thailand’s tallest and only thrilling vertical looping slide called the Aqualoop, and the heart-pounding Freefall.
Taking a long-boat cruise around the many islands off the coast of Phuket or Koh Samui and stop to snorkel in some incredibly scenic spots.
From Koh Samui, families can island-hop to Koh Phangan, Ko Tao and the lesser-known Ang Thong islands.
Nestled between Phuket and Krabi, Phang Nga Bay is a bay with breathtaking limestone rock formations, caves, beach havens and hidden lakes. Many tour operators can arrange trips but sea canoeing is a fun way to explore this spectacular region. As well as to the famous Phi Phi islands located off the mainland coast of Krabi.
Krabi province boasts impressive natural attractions and is home to Ko Lanta National Park with famous diving sites. Nearby Ko Lipe is known for its natural beauty and is an idyllic paradise featuring a marine park with impressive coral-rich snorkelling and diving spots. Further afield, Koh Lanta is developed and yet still uncrowded. After sundown, luminescent plankton can be found in the warm surrounding waters.
Khao Sok National Park
Covering a huge 739 square kilometres, it features rich rainforests, wildlife sanctuaries, limestone structures, and the scenic Cheow Larn Lake in the heart of the park where families can stay overnight in floating bungalows. Its climate and weather remain consistent throughout the year making it a must-see destination at any time. Take a local guide and hike through some of the most ancient and bio-diverse forests in Thailand.
To break up an urban trip, only two hours drive away from Bangkok you will reach the popular coastal area of Pattaya in Chonburi Province. Pattaya has a notorious reputation for nightlife, but there are lots of activities for families and kids to do. The Sanctuary of Truth, the curiosities at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, Khao Kheow Open Zoo and eco-adventure park at the Flight of the Gibbon, Botanical Gardens complete with an animal petting zoo and bird atrium, Underwater World Pattaya and a variety of water parks to splash about in will leave adults and their little ones happily exhausted from so much stimulation overload!
Tour Bangkok by River and Canal
You can sightsee around Bangkok by boat via the extensive river and canal system. Taking the Tourist boats of Bangkok is a picturesque and fun way for the whole family to see all the major attractions such as the famous Wat Arun or Temple of Dawn, Grand Palace, Ratchawongse pier in Chinatown, and Tha Maharaj in the old city. These boats fly blue flags and stop at many of the major piers along the Chao Phraya river. Another option is touring a traditional floating market in canoes and shopping like a local. Certainly, experience kids will never forget!
Bangkok has loads of fun activities for kids in places like Dream World, Safari World and SEA LIFE Ocean World Bangkok, Children’s Discovery Museum, Museum of Siam, Kidzania and Imaginia Playground.
Phuket is Thailand’s largest island with a myriad of activities for families with some beautiful beach spots where young kids can splash in the sea and play on the soft sand while the older ones can enjoy water sports like sea canoeing, wakeboarding, boogie boarding or Water Parks, Phuket Bird Park and Aquarium are great for kids of all ages to learn about the native wildlife.
Phuket is a mountainous and rainforested island province in Thailand and boasts some of the world’s popular beach destinations with its powdery fine white sands, palm trees, clear azure seas and lively towns. On the west coast where most of the stunning beaches lie are various luxury accommodation options of excellent value. There are spas and restaurants. In the capital of the same name, can be found old shophouses and thriving markets. The main resort town of Patong is home to nightclubs, bars and discos. All these have made Phuket the first internationally famous Thailand destination, second only to Bangkok.
Phuket’s amazing beaches number more than 30, the most popular being Patong, Kata, Karon and Kamala although the northern shore hides some gems for those seeking a more romantic, private environment.
Phuket has something to offer every taste and interest and budget, with hundreds of accommodation options, an eclectic collection of dining and partying options. Not only these are on Phuket’s plate for each visitor, whether solo, couple, family groups or friends and colleagues. And there are several nearby islands, equally beautiful, to visit and explore, or you can enjoy a leisurely cruise around Phang Nga Bay.
Take a long-boat cruise around the many islands off the coast of Phuket and stop to snorkel in some incredibly scenic spots.
Nestled between Phuket and Krabi, Phang Nga Bay is dotted with breathtaking limestone rock formations, caves, beach havens and hidden lakes. Many tour operators can arrange trips but sea canoeing is a fun way to explore this spectacular region. As well as the famous Phi Phi islands located off the mainland coast of Krabi.
Another group of islands near enough for day trips is Koh Similan in the Andaman Sea. There are boat trips leaving Phuket for the Similan Islands. This is one of the most interesting dive areas in the world, also a frequent destination for yachts and tour boats, for its hard coral of more than 200 species in the waters. The tours from Phuket offer different levels of luxury and accompanying facilities.
Some of the best nightlife in the world, so it’s said, is on Bangla Road in the Patong Beach area. After the sun sets the road is closed to all transport traffic and neon lights and blaring music emerge, entertainment venues open and the strip becomes one whole dance party street!
There is a wide selection of live entertainment venues with international acts and in-house DJs, thus any kind of partygoer will find a venue of their type – from full moon parties to beach clubs to sports bars to electronic dance parties, the Bangla Road nightlife is something you’ve never ever come across before!
Bangla Street Food is an open space with cooking stalls under colourful tents in the plaza centre and dining tables around. Night market dining seems to be trending in Thailand. The delectable food is cheap because you have to go to the cooking station yourself to order your food and take it back cooked, with a drink, to your table.
Talad Kaset Night Market
One of the largest night markets in downtown Phuket – to enjoy tasty street food from 3 different influences – Thai, Chinese and Muslim. The place starts to welcome customers in the early evening but by 8 pm it becomes a bustling hive of activity until late evening. Night-shift workers come to the place before getting to work, clubbers come for snacks to end their night.
Heaven Restaurant and Bar
Cited as one of the “10 Best Restaurants in Kata Beach” and “9 Great Phuket Restaurants with a View,” this is an enchanting bar and restaurant with a rooftop deck and main dining area that presents its guests with breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea. During late afternoons, you get a stunning panorama of the sunset over Kata Noi Beach, Kata Beach and Karon Beach towards the Andaman. All these while savouring an array of local seafood specialities done in the traditional, local way at a reasonable cost!
Thai cuisine is famed worldwide for its delectable flavours, especially for its Pad Thai and Tomyum. But Phuket’s claim to gastronomic delight is in its seafood, fresh and sumptuous, and not expensive!
However, there is a vast range of dining options available in Phuket, from your hotel’s restaurant to a street stall to a fine-dining restaurant, with so many choices of menus from Western to Asian.
There are other activities to occupy you and your partner or with your family during the day aside from watersports.
These are just some of the multitude of activity choices waiting for you in Phuket. You can arrange for these before your trip when planning your booking for your holidays with our travel specialists.
Phuket is Thailand’s biggest island so you can easily imagine a coastline of unspoiled pristine beaches to enjoy, somewhat setting the standard for a tropical island paradise. Here are some of the most popular.
Patong Beach is the most famous of Phuket’s beaches with its crescent stretch of fine white sand, for water sports enthusiasts, and it is the liveliest, for the party people and night adventurers. Most probably because it is near the vibrant and colourful Bangla Road. So it has the most to offer than the other beaches, insofar as activities and nightlife are concerned. It is famous for its nightlife, for the beer bars, karaoke bars, night clubs. This is the beach that would be specified in action-packed holiday packages of nightlife-cum-party people.
True to its name, Freedom Beach allows you to be free of hustle, bustle, crowds and accompanying noise. Reachable only by boat or through a jungle trek, it has remained a quiet and unspoiled 300m strip of clear blue sea with the dense foliage lining the shore.
Karon Beach attracts tourist seeking watersports – on the southern side is a rocky area to snorkel and do jet skiing. If you prefer scuba diving, there are some dive shops too. It’s a long beach so there’s a lot of room for everyone to enjoy the sandy beach, plus there are some bars for night entertainment. The monsoon season of the year is not the best time to stay here because the waves can get pretty rough.
Kata Beach is long and big to house shops displaying local crafts and resorts, a perfect area for families with its soft coral sand and palm trees lining the shore and a lot of nearby shops for eating and drinking. Its waters attract surfers aside from sun-worshippers.
South of Kata Beach is Kata Noi Beach, a smaller quieter version but with its own charm, including fancy dining spots and resorts, for those who just want to bask in the sand and relax. For adrenaline rush seekers, the sea is perfect to dive in for snorkelling and surfing.
Nai Harn Beach is on a bay south of Phuket. It has powdery soft sand and a sea that goes from calm to strong currents in the monsoon season, which draws in surfing and kiteboarding aficionados. There is a lake behind the beach and guests come to fish or glide on its water in swan-shaped pedalos.
Certainly, Phuket is a great destination for holidays with your family. You will discover a great number of choices for sightseeing, like shops with local crafts and cultural sites, fascinating night markets with great prices, miles of beaches for diving, island-hopping, snorkelling, other exciting water sports and a lot of kid-friendly activities.A Phuket family holiday is a rewarding experience but it will first need some planning and preparation. Phuket’s beaches are among the most stunning in the world but kids can get bored easily and would seek other things to do. There are a lot of holiday packages at excellent value that THG can give you booking advice on – flights, accommodation options, activities, especially child-friendly activities that would be interesting, exciting and adventurous for them.
Taking Phuket family holidays is a great idea for family rest and relaxation, and bonding. But the destination and location and type of hotel accommodation are both critical factors to having a blast of a holiday. If this holiday is going to be your first time in Phuket, or Thailand, visit our website for inquiries and basic information. Thailand Holiday Group (THG) is among the top-rated websites for Thailand holiday packages. Our edge is that we are based in Thailand! Our travel specialists can guide you on your choice of hotel or resort, plan with you on your itineraries and activities like if your kids would want to learn how to snorkel and dive, prepare packages for all your needs and get your the best value-for-money deals that ensure you get a truly memorable family holiday!
The whole Thai kingdom is generally safe. There are no threats on children or families that would harm their safety. So far, crimes on tourists are rare and limited to petty thefts like pick-pocketing or drunken fights in bars. Any other danger would be from the sea when the waves are high and some beaches have strong rip tides. Always heed warning signs, posted or announced by lifeguards and marker flags on safe and unsafe areas.As regards the pandemic, you don’t have to take any action for children’s vaccinations prior to your Phuket holiday. However, many medical organizations recommend doing so. Better still, consult your family doctor and discuss your plans.For other situational information, you can visit the Thailand tourism website and get updated.
There is a myriad of activities awaiting families in Phuket, whether you are seeking action and adventure or rest and relaxation. Here is a sample of the popular things families do in Phuket:Baan Teelanka. This is a three-storey upside-down house, with all the typical furnishings placed on the roof instead of on the floor. The backyard has a maze-like garden, too. It is open daily from 9:05 am to 6:15 pmTrickeye Museum. This is an interactive 3-D painting exhibit of around 100 painted and sculpted scenes using “trompe-l’oiel” (French phrase meaning “Optical Illusion”) techniques, creating unreal by lifelike situations, making for great photo ops for the kids and family. The museum is open every day from 10 am to 7 pm.Splash Jungle Water Park. One of the features of the Great West Sands Villa Phuket, this immense waterpark has a great many water slides, a 335-meter Lazy River, “Boomerango” rides, an amazing wave pool, with pools and gentler slides for toddlers and small kids. Access is free for hotel guest, outsiders pay an affordable ticket price. All of these activities are manned by trained lifeguards.Surf House Phuket. A chance for the family to ride the waves, every day, rain or shine, with spots for children and adults. Expert supervision is provided to kids, thus parents can relax in the adjacent restaurant and bar.Dino Park Mini Golf. Great family opportunity for fun together, in a prehistoric environment. With 18 holes, each having a theme, kids get different insights into the world in ancient times.These are just a few of those activities your family can do and enjoy together. Just among the reasons why Phuket is among the top holiday destinations!
Definitely! As you have been reading from above, there are numerous places to see, cultural attractions, coastlines full of white powdery-soft sands, enticing blue waters, kid-friendly or kid-focused activities and hotel accommodations featuring care and fun for kids big and small.
While the ideal selection of facilities will vary depending on the age of your children, we recommend looking for resorts that offer:Kids’ club or playgrounds (in most cases, this will be free)Children’s swimming poolBabysitting or childcare services upon requestCribs or baby cots Connecting rooms Alternatively, take a look at our recommendations of the best family resorts around Phuket.
Certainly, it is. Patong Beach is relatively safe for a lone traveller, a couple or a family. Reported crimes are petty like scams or pick-pocketing but these can happen anywhere. Discuss with the travel specialist or check out our website and the Thailand tourism website for safety tips and information.
A self-drive Thailand holiday is a great and comfortable way to explore the Kingdom, especially if you’re not staying in Bangkok. Renting a car allows you the freedom to tour the country at your own pace and get off the beaten track to discover new and interesting places to go in Thailand. Be aware that if you wish to drive on holidays, the law does require foreigners to have an “International Driving Permit” (IDP) issued from their home country.
International flights to and from Bangkok generally operate from Suvarnabhumi Airport, which is the newer international airport. Higher-end domestic airlines such as Bangkok Airways operate flights out of this airport too. But low-cost carriers generally use the older airport Don Mueang. From these two international airports, you can go to other destinations in the kingdom.
You will get our travel specialists to give you valuable advice on the huge variety of hotel accommodations available in destinations throughout the kingdom when booking deals for your holidays. These range from Thailand luxury escapes in exclusive resorts, to chain-brand hotels, boutique hotels, villas, budget hotels and guesthouses and hostels. You will find accommodation to suit all types of budgets.
Australian visitors to Thailand can get a free Visa on Arrival for up to 30 days if entering by aircraft or for 15 days if entering overland. This waiver only applies to those with a confirmed onward ticket and at least 6 months passport validity. For more than 30 days, you can apply for a visa in person or by mail to the Thai Embassy in your country. The type of visa will be issued in accordance with the applicant’s purpose of visit. Normally it takes around 3 days to process applications for visas.
If applying to stay in Thailand longer than 30 days, you can apply for a visa in person or by mail to the Thai Embassy in your country. The type of visa will be issued in accordance with the applicant’s purpose of visit. Visas are generally valid for 3 months, but in some cases may be granted for up to 6 months, 1 year or 3 years, depending on the type of visa. Normally it takes around 3 days to process applications for visas.
Booking Thailand holiday packages allow you to combine flights, accommodation, activities, transportation and transfers all into one bundle so it’s cheaper overall. It also takes the stress out of planning out an itinerary and all the details- leave the holiday packages preparations to the travel experts!
Whenever you are ready! Anytime is a good time to discover and book holiday packages to Thailand.
For comfortable holidays in Thailand, it’s recommended that travellers to Thailand ensure inoculations for Hepatitis A and Typhoid at a minimum and also Hepatitis B, Japanese encephalitis or Rabies depending on which regions they’re visiting and the activities they are planning to do.Malaria prevention tablets may be recommended for travel to remote areas. from the usual tourist areas. But these are unnecessary for popular tourist hubs like Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket or Koh Samui. Be aware of mosquitos in general because they can carry Dengue fever, especially common during the wet season but only around during the daytime.
Very good, it is indeed, a great country for a family vacation. Read on below and on the other pages to know more about what Thailand can give for the liveliest family holidays you can imagine. You just might sign booking deals for holiday packages with us after you do.
That is some of the best advice that you can get from our travel specialists. They will guide you through every step of the preparation for your trip and help ensure that you get the liveliest deals for all the fun to give you a most memorable family holiday to Thailand.
Yes, Thailand is one safe destination for families. If you read on to the rest of the page, and on the other pages, you can read for yourself. Of course, Thailand is a foreign country so standard travel protocols need to be applied, like common sense, awareness of surroundings and all.
First, decide on what kind of holiday you want your family to have – seaside (beaches) or countryside or forest and mountain or city/urban. Then you can look up the destinations some of which we have mentioned below. The best thing then is to contact our travel specialists to give you advice and guide you on your itineraries in the destinations you choose, booking your travel and hotel choices and travel entry requirements to Thailand. They can get you the best value for money Thailand holidays for the family when you sign up.
Oh yes, indeed! Chiang Mai is one of the great destinations for a family trip to Thailand. First, it is a safe place, with a relaxed atmosphere and not too big to get lost in. It has a range of family-friendly hotel choices for you to stay in. There is a myriad of exciting adventures and fun activities for the whole family, like the sanctuaries for rescued elephants and other animals from the wild, a zoo, local and night markets where famous Thai food and colourful crafts and souvenirs can be bought, amazing temples and museums to browse and learn about the culture and history of the place and its people, the indigenous hill tribes. In the countryside, you can have trekking and rafting activities too!
There are sleeper trains in Thailand with a second class shared compartment and a first-class private compartment. Children 3 years and below are free of charge, older kids up to 12 years old qualify for a discount.
Being popular destinations for families and other types of travellers you can find Thailand family holiday packages in these areas. There are family-friendly luxury hotel deals which our travel specialists can help you with when you sign booking deals for your holidays with us.
Thai food is usually prepared as spicy as you prefer, thus, it can be safe for children to eat and enjoy.
The tuk-tuk is not just a safe vehicle for children (toddlers, of course, still need help and attention) for sightseeing. It can seat up to 6 passengers comfortably and it is an outdoor ride, and it is in itself a cultural attraction to the children! Going around the city in the tuk-tuk is different from riding in a car, plus it is an adventure experience. The whole family can get to see more sights (and learn about each structure and monument) without the fatigue from walking in the tropical heat. It is safe because the tuk-tuk has a speed limit much slower than the motorized vehicles. It is environment-friendly! the family holiday will be made more fun because of the unique experience of riding the tuk-tuk together!
Thai is the main language spoken and the official language of Thailand. English has become the most common second language because of its popularity as a holiday destination. Many local Thai study English at school and practice with foreign friends too.
Chiang Mai: the northern hub of Thailand’s culture, with a calm atmosphere, so much fun and exciting adventures for big and small kids and adults, from museums to zoos, spectacular temples, local night markets and cooking schools. Events like trekking, rafting, ziplining, elephant sanctuaries, hill tribe communities. Pai, northern Thailand: easily accessible by car from Chiang Mai on a relaxed drive thru the northern scenic countryside. See a circus training school do jungle trekking and rafting, savour the healthy and delicious side of Thai food. with nearby caves to explore en route from Chiang Mai. Bangkok: The bustling capital city of the country has a wide array of offerings for family activities, theme parks, museums, indoor playgrounds, Pad Thai and other local Thai street food, temples and of course, the Grand Palace and the ancient city of Ayutthaya a couple of hours drive away. Krabi: The perfect destination for beach and sea lovers, for snorkelling and diving and gliding along Thailand’s underwater paradise. Take the family on adventure tours or day trips to national parks, waterfalls, rescued elephants in sanctuaries, rock climbing too. Krabi has the best climbing spots in the country. Phuket: Phuket has offerings of gorgeous beaches back-to-back with an interestingly charming old town. Many of the resorts have children’s pools and kids’ clubs and offer babysitting services for the adults to have their private time. Accessible from different parts of the country and with direct flights from other countries too. Koh Chang: Koh Chang has a more casual vibe than Phuket, popular among backpackers and families. Hotel options range from low-range beach bungalows to boutique resorts, the island offers family bonding fun activities of swimming, snorkelling, and exploring waterfalls. Koh Samui: One of the earliest destinations for Thailand family holidays, Koh Samui is very accessible with most things you’d need for a holiday in place. There are Thailand resorts for party people and there are some for a serene getaway too. Most resorts have kids programs and many family-friendly activities to do. Thailand family holiday packages will be convenient with the various accommodation options for all budget ranges and all types of travellers. With menus offering the best of international and local dishes. Where you can experience the warmth of Thai hospitality.
Thailand is among the best destinations for family holiday packages because of the many family-friendly resorts and hotels in popular destinations. The parks have diverse themes and fun offerings and activities. Family travel with small kids can be fun and safe even on beaches, day trips or educational tours for sightseeing and more. A trip with kids to the beaches or a resort town will lead you to water parks or water-based sports and activities. Here are some of the theme parks and water parks and their locations – just to give you some tips and guides in planning your family trip: Bangkok: Line Village, a digital theme park of three storeys with characters and animal attractions from the app.; Siam Park City, Asia’s largest water park and the biggest amusement park in Thailand; Pathum Thani (central Thailand): Dream World with thrill and gentle rides, shows and activities in your childhood dreams. Pattaya: Ramayana Water Park, the biggest water park in Thailand. With more than 50 rides, the fun in this park is not just for the kids, adults too can have their own fun at a pool bar and water volleyball; Cartoon Network Amazone, Water fun meets world-renowned fantasy. Fun rides and activities with Cartoon Network favourite characters. Hua Hin: Vana Nava Hua Hin – Wet N Wild in the Water Jungle. With 20 wild water adventures in a lush green setting in Hua Hin beach resort with 5 giant water slides too. Cha-am Town, Pehtchaburi: Santorini Park. a re-creation of the white and blue charming Greek town, for great family trips, boutiques, shops and fun rides and activities.
Thailand is popularized as the “Land of Smiles” where you encounter smiling people in a friendly atmosphere everywhere you go. World travellers say Thailand is one place where they are not as intimidated striking up a conversation with the locals as in other destinations. Thais are generally shy but they smile at you on the street, especially if your eyes meet, they smile back at you!
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