Thailand has it all: Pristine beaches, blissful islands, golden temples, lush mountains, ethnic minority villages, world-famous food, a charming culture and innovative hospitality. Thailand is exotic yet accessible. While steeped in tradition and deeply spiritual the country is also vibrant and modern. The landscape, people and experiences are so diverse that you could spend months exploring stunning beaches, bustling street markets and remote hill tribe villages.
We have travelled the length and breadth of Thailand. We have stayed in the most luxurious Thailand Villas and slept in bamboo huts in the jungle. We have taken the sleeper train to Chiang Mai, watched the sunset over Phang Nga Bay from the bow of a Chinese Junk ship and learnt to cook Thai Green Curry at Bai Pai Cookery School in Bangkok. We know where the deserted beaches are, which Thailand Villas get the best reviews and what time you can listen to the Buddhist monks chanting at Wat Po Temple.

Bangkok’s bustling capital began as a small trading centre at Chao Phraya River 200 years ago. Today, the city is well known for its great shopping possibilities, diverse nightlife and endless dining options. But, visitors can still find hints of its illustrious past and dazzling temples, glamorous palaces, and colourful markets.
Must-sees are, amongst others, the Grand Palace, the city’s countless canals offering views of the traditional Thai ways of life on the waterfront and the Buddhist temples Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun. Stroll through Chinatown to try delicious local eateries and immerse yourself in the charm of the local culture and colourful street life.
The surroundings of Bangkok are as spectacular as the city itself: Visit Kanchanaburi and the world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, explore Ayutthaya Historical Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site just a 2-hour drive from Bangkok or discover the town of Amphawa, home to a quaint floating market that cuts through a small but vibrant community of vintage shop-houses.

During a visit to Thailand’s picturesque North, you will discover Thailand’s spiritual side. Life is a lot slower and more traditional here. While Bangkok is cosmopolitan and modern, nature and animal lovers will find what they are looking for up North. We love the green hills and serene landscape of Northern Thailand, its rich heritage, the countless trekking possibilities, the elephant encounters, Chiang Mai’s spiritual side and the captivating history of the Golden Triangle.

Thailand is famous for its pristine sand beaches and stunning, clear blue seas. With over 3,000 kilometers of coastline and 8,000 tropical islands, it caters to all kinds of travel styles. Whether you are a party animal, a luxury lover, adventurer or a family with children, Thailand’s beaches and islands have you covered.
While we love Koh Samui, Krabi and Phuket for their fabulous boutique hotel options, we adore lesser known islands like Koh Lipe and Koh Kood where accommodation may be a bit more basic but beaches are still untouched and lifestyle is relaxed. Let us know your preferences and we will find the perfect Thai beach for you.

With its rich cultural charm and well-developed infrastructure, Thailand is a comfortable and pleasant destination to travel around and caters to all ages. The mix of cultural diversity and intriguing landscape makes Thailand a perfect destination for family holidays as well.
Every Fleewinter itinerary is individually crafted to ensure our guests can fully immerse themselves into the unique character of a place, connect with local people and find the authentic charm that makes Thailand so exceptional.

We have first-hand knowledge of the destination and a passion for authentic experiences and unique boutique hotels.

So come pick our brains, by emailing or calling on 0207 112 0019 for free advice on our favourite places to stay and how to make the most of your holiday in Thailand.

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