Thailand is one of Asia’s top travel destinations; familiar to all, yet, lying just below the surface, a touch of wonder awaits. This land of color and relaxed easygoing charm has become firmly established as a favorite travel destination. The local knowledge of Backyard Travel allows us to give you unrivaled, insider access to the authentic Thailand travel experience, the ‘Land of Smiles’.

Formally known as Siam, a Thailand holiday has something for everyone. Buzzing Bangkok, the ‘City of Angles’, is one of the liveliest cities in Asia. It is drenched in temples, vibrant floating markets, lively river life and brimming with world renowned cuisine at every corner.

The north of Thailand boasts archeological marvels such as the the ancient Royal Capital of Sukhothai, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Soak in the venerable atmosphere by cycling through the ruins. For a rich cultural experience head further north into the mountains, where the welcoming hill tribe villages of Chiang Mai, surrounded by lush green rice terraces, continue their traditional lifestyle. 

Thailand travel and cuisine go hand in hand and the country’s food choice from street side stalls to top-notch restaurants is a reason in itself to visit the country. Taste your way through regional flavors and maybe pick up a few cooking tips in the process.

No Thailand holiday would be complete without a stay at one of the country’s stunning tropical islands where pure white sand beaches and luscious palm trees fringe the crystal clear waters.

Our Thailand travel specialists give you the best advice on where to visit and when, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for with our unparalleled experience and knowledge gained from living and breathing this diverse country.


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Until 1939 Thailand was known as Siam.
River Kwai Bridge, Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Discover the beauty of rural Thailand through the picturesque landscapes of Kanchanaburi and visit the legendary River Kwai, made famous by the iconic bridge built by Allied POW’s.

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