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Excellent - Ms.Felicitas Bazaldua
Budget Bangkok Family Trip 7 Days | 04/09/2023
hank you for everything!

I do want to mention the tour lady and the driver were amazing, very knowledgeable in the history of Thailand. Me and my friend enjoyed our trip very much. Thank you for everything!

Excellent - Ms.Michelle Mills
Highlights of Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand 3 Weeks | 28/07/2023
21 day tour - Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia - a must do!

We tour abroad every summer, planning the destinations and tours ourselves, but this year I ran across BPT while looking at SE Asia. Their itinerary was impressive with 21 days packed with everything we wanted to see. Our agent, Tansy, was remarkable. I wanted to tweak some things (mainly adding some… More

Excellent - Ms. Michelle Mills
Highlights of Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand 3 Weeks | 20/07/2023

We are sending you a few more before we get out of Vietnam. Feel free to use them for anything you want. We are having a fantastic time, and Bach is notable.

Excellent - Mr.Werner Mahu
Land of Smile Explorer in Budget 9 days | 19/07/2023
Very relaxing

Great package, flexibly adjusted with 2 extra days, very nice balance between cultural highlights and fun activities for kids (rice planting, elephant riding, canoeing, speed boat trips), great support before and during trip.

Excellent - Ms.Andrew Laiho
Thailand at a Glance 7 days | 06/06/2023
Highly recommended

Hang Moon and the BestPrice staff planned a fantastic weekend vacation for me to Bangkok. I don't pay her much attention, nonetheless, she always arranges everything flawlessly. Excellent guide, wonderful mode of transport, and, obviously, excellent services and hospitability at all times.

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Thailand at a Glance

Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia that wasn’t colonized by Europe, which was named Siam during the colonial time. Usually referred to as ‘The Land of Smiles’, the country has many things for adventure seekers to discover, from marvelous natural landscapes to rich culture, delicious cuisine, pristine beaches, and warm hospitality.

Deeply rooted in Buddhism, Thailand also offers countless ancient yet majestic Buddhist temples throughout the country, such as the Historic City of Ayutthaya, and the first Kingdom of Siam’s capital - Sukhothai. Whether you're a culture lover, a nature goer, or a foodie, Thailand will be an amazing destination that leaves you captivated and desiring to discover more!

Capital City
71.6 million
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Thai Baht (THB)
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Top things to do

Regarding Thailand, people usually think of its majestic ancient temples first; however, the country has more to offer. Besides glorious temples and palaces, Bangkok also provides you with its vibrant atmosphere of local floating markets and night markets. For culture lovers, you can head to the historical sites of Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, and Chiang Mai, which are home to ancient ruins, to catch a glimpse of Thailand’s history.

Also suitable for nature goers, the country has a plethora of places to discover: from interacting with lovely elephants at Elephant Sanctuaries to enjoying the lush wilderness of Khao Sok National Park, and chilling on stunning beaches in Krabi and Phuket.


With its developed transportation system, Thailand has many available transfer options for travelers to get around the city:


  • 6 international and 23 domestic airports 
  • Fast but a more expensive choice than other means of transportation

Train (RST)

  • An interesting way to travel like a local
  • Limited routes as the system does not cover all of the country


  • A great way to view Thailand’s streets yet quite expensive
  • Should negotiate with the driver before a ride

Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)

and Skytrain (BTS)

  • BTS Skytrain is a reasonable yet fast transfer choice with 2 lines - The Sukhumvit Line & The Silom Line
  • MRT subway is an underground railway network in Bangkok with 2 lines - The Blue Line & The Purple Line

Map & Itinerary

Depending on your interest and available time, you can customize your own itinerary whether you are a first-timer, a nature goer, or a gourmet. Check out our recommended Thailand itinerary here:

Top Thailand Package Price Per Pax
Highlight of Thailand 12 days From US $1920 /pax
Thailand Tropical Nature & Beach Holiday 10 days From US $1158 /pax
Thailand Family Travel With Kids 10 days From US $1398 /pax

Highlight of Thailand 12 days

Combining both nature and culture, this classic tour is a must for any traveler who comes to Thailand first time. Visitors can have a glance at the country from its bustling capital to historic heritages and spotless beaches:

  • Day 1 - 4: Bangkok - Exciting exploration in the ‘City of Angels’ with exquisite Buddhist temples and a boat tour along Chao Phraya River
  • Day 5 - 8: Chiang Mai & Chiang Rai - Fascinating venture to the magnetic nature of Doi Inthanon National Park and hill tribe villages
  • Day 9 - 12: Hua Hin - Amazing relaxation on the fine, soft sand of Hua Hin Beach


Thailand Tropical Nature & Beach Holiday 10 days

Concentrating on nature and beaches, this package will take nature lovers to immerse themselves in the attractiveness of Thailand’s natural sceneries, as well as the peaceful vibe of beautiful beaches in Krabi and Phuket:

  • Day 1 - 3: Bangkok - Experience the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Day 4 - 5: Khao Sok National Park - Have an adventurous hiking tour into the forest and enjoy kayaking in Cheow Lan Lake
  • Day 6 - 10: Krabi & Phuket - Unwind on the most stunning beaches of Thailand and take part in various aquatic activities


Thailand Family Travel With Kids 10 days

Suitable for families with kids, the package is designed with stimulating activities that are suited for both adults and children. From Bangkok, Chiang Mai, to Koh Samui, you will have countless memorable moments together with your family:

  • Day 1 - 4: Bangkok - Have a look at the vibrant city on a boat through the famous Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, and witness exquisite ancient Thai temples
  • Day 5 - 7: Chiang Mai - Have a chance to see and play with elephants in Elephant Nature Park and experience Thai culinary at Thai Farm Cooking School
  • Day 8 - 10: Koh Samui - Participate in a thrilling adventure to Angthong Marine Park with myriad activities awaiting
Top destinations

As a top tourist destination in South East area, Thailand offers numerous places to explore. Each spot has its own unique charm and different cultural experiences: the hustle and bustle in Bangkok, lush wilderness in Doi Inthanon, distinctive customs of the Long Neck Karen tribe, as well as the most enchanting beaches in the world - Koh Samui, Phuket, Pattaya, and Krabi.

Chiang Mai is famous for its sacred ancient temples, while Ayutthaya will allow you to uncover the mysteries of Thailand's past by witnessing the historical ruins of temples and palaces.

Weather & Best time to go

Located in South East Asia, Thailand features a tropical climate with hot weather and high humidity. There are 2 main seasons in the country:

  • Dry Season (November - April): Traveling during this time, you can experience sunny and dry weather, which is very suitable for joining outdoor activities. It’s no doubt that dry season is the best time to travel to Thailand, as the temperature is relatively cool, ranging from 25 - 32°C (77 - 90°F)
  • Wet season (May - October): Called the monsoon season, this time of year witnesses a high amount of rainfall. The atmosphere is hot and humid, with a temperature of 28 - 36°C (82 - 97°F)

As a tourist country, Thailand is quite easy to enter for tourism purposes. Up to now, there are many countries’ citizens who are eligible to travel without a visa. First of all, you should know whether you are visa-free or not - let’s take a look at the list HERE.

If your nationality isn’t on the exemption list, you can apply for a visa in 3 ways below:

1. Visa On Arrival (VOA): Not all travelers are able to gain VOA, please check out the list of countries that are entitled to apply for VOA:



Papua New Guinea






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  1. Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate
  2. E-Visa: You can access the official website of the Thailand government to apply for e-Visa -

You have to prepare the following documents before applying for your visa (you should check the relevant embassy for details):

  • Passport with NOT less than 6-month validity
  • Completely filled visa application form
  • Evidence of travel from Thailand (full paid airline ticket)
  • Your recent photograph of 4x6 cm
  • Evidence of flight itinerary to and from Thailand
  • Evidence of adequate finance (20,000 Baht /person or 40,000 Baht /family)

The visa processing fee is 1000 Baht per entry (~ US $28.6), however, the fee also depends on each circumstance.

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The best time to visit Thailand for awesome weather is from January to April, when the atmosphere is pleasant, cool, and dry with the average temperature at around 30°C.

If you cannot travel at this time, it’s still possible to see this country in the remaining months, however, be prepared for the high chance of encountering heavy rains and high temperatures.

  • January - April: Best weather conditions (dry season with nice sunny weather and dry atmosphere), and also the peak season - quite crowded with higher travel costs.
  • November - April (West Coast) & May - August (East Coast): Best for diving, since the sea is calm and visible.
  • November - February: Great for sightseeing, as Thailand will experience the coolest, most enjoyable atmosphere, suitable for all kinds of outdoor activities.
  • May - October: Though the weather this time isn’t good (rainy season with high rainfall), the low season offers lower prices and less-crowded attractions.

The average cost to Thailand ranges from US $100 - 300 /person /day, based on which class you choose.

Whether you want to travel on a tight budget, mid-range budget, or high budget, our suggestions below will help you estimate how much to prepare for the trip (per person /day):

  • Superior (3* Hotels): US $110 - 140 (For budget travelers)
  • First Class (4* Hotels): US $150 - 180 (For mid-level travelers)
  • Luxury (5* Hotels): US $220 - 350 (For luxury travelers)

7 - 15 days are ideal for a journey to Thailand, since you will have enough time to take a quick glance at the ‘Land of Smiles’. However, depending on your available time, you can have a deeper knowledge of Thailand’s nature, history, and culture with a longer expedition: 

  • 4 - 6 days: Suitable for exploring one specific region of Thailand.
  • 7 - 10 days: Enable travelers to discover the North & Central of Thailand, or one region and extend to the beach.
  • Over 12 days: Have more time to learn about different aspects of the country, as well as combine with beach relaxation.

Our Highlight of Thailand 12 days (From US $1636 /pax) can be the best choice for every explorer who wants to grasp an overview of the country, with diverse adventures from the North, Central, and beautiful beaches in the Gulf of Thailand:

Travel Day Highlights
Day 1 - 4

North Thailand:

  • Have a sight of the vibrant Bangkok city, with majestic ornate shrines and the glorious royal Grand Place.
  • Take a boat tour through the Chao Phraya River to enjoy the quieter side of the capital
Day 5 - 9

Central Thailand:

  • Join a trekking tour to the highest mountain in Thailand, where you can immerse yourself in the lush scenery at Doi Inthanon National Park.
  • Witness the Thai communities’ life in hill tribe villages and have a chance to interact with locals
Day 10 - 12

Gulf of Thailand:

  • Spend some free days in Hua Hin, where visitors take part in many adventurous tours to unspoiled caves and relax on the pristine beaches

Wanna see more options? Have a look at our alternatives below:

Thailand Tours Route

Thailand Tropical Nature & Beach Holiday 10 days

  • From US $1489 /pax
  • Suitable for nature goers

Bangkok - Surat Thani (Khao Sok National Park) - Krabi (Phi Phi Island)

Thailand Beach Vacation 9 days

  • From US $1039 /pax
  • Suitable for beach lovers

Bangkok - Krabi (Phi Phi Island) - Phuket

Thailand Family Travel With Kids 10 days

  • From US $1699 /pax
  • Suitable for families with children

Bangkok - Chiang Mai (Elephant Nature Park) - Koh Samui (Ang Thong National Marine Park)

Impressive Luxury Thailand Honeymoon Package 9 days

  • From US $1194 /pax
  • Suitable for couples

Bangkok - Ayutthaya - Chiang Mai (Wat Phra That Doi Suthep) - Koh Samui

Thailand Culinary Tours 9 days

  • From US $1328 /pax
  • Suitable for foodies

Bangkok (Damnoen Saduak Floating Market) - Pattaya (Coral Island) - Chiang Mai (Doi Suthep Temple)

  • North Thailand: Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai

If you are a history lover who loves ancient beauty, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai is the best choice for you, since it’s very convenient to visit famous historical temples and admire the old vestiges of walls and moats that still remained.

  • Central Thailand: Bangkok

As the most developed city in Thailand, it’s no doubt that Bangkok is a perfect spot for every first-time traveler. Not only features a lively and modern side, but the capital also attracts countless tourists due to its splendid temples and royal palace.

  • Andaman Sea: Phuket, Krabi

If you are looking for a beach holiday, opt for Phuket and Krabi, where you can chill among its pristine beaches thoroughly with various beachside resorts and overnight parties. The best time to stay here is from November - April

  • Gulf of Thailand: Koh Samui, Hua Hin

Suitable for all traveler types, Koh Samui and Hua Hin are the places you should stay, as these destinations will allow you to participate in numerous experiences, from nature explorations to adventurous activities such as snorkeling and kayaking.

Yes, Thailand is quite safe to travel. As one of the safest countries in Southeast Asia, the country is an ideal destination for families with kids, even female solo travelers:

  • Politics: Generally, some famous parts of Thailand, such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, etc., are safe to travel. However, you need to reconsider visiting less famous areas, especially Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat, and Songkhla, due to civil unrest.
  • Crime rate: The rate of violent crimes against foreigners is relatively low, but you should notice the crimes of opportunity, including pick-pocketing and bag-snatching.
  • People: Being called the ‘Lands Of Smiles’, most Thai people are very kind, friendly, and welcoming. They are always willing to help without needing anything in return.

Covid-19: From October 1 2022 onwards, foreigners won’t be required COVID-19 related documents to enter Thailand (vaccination certificates & COVID-19 test results).

For tourists, entering Thailand is easy since citizens from 64 countries can enter Thailand without a visa (for a 30 or 45-day stay, depending on each country).

See the following Thailand Visa exemption list 2023:

Africa Mauritius, South Africa
Asia Bahrain, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Mongolia, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Singapore, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam
Europe Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, San Marino, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom
North America Canada, United States
Oceania Australia, New Zealand
South America Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru

Tourists who are not eligible to enter Thailand under the Visa Exemption rule will have to apply for a visa through

Tipping is not customary in Thailand, however, it’s certainly appreciated if you want to tip them as a thank you for excellent services.

Take a look at our suggestions for tipping in the country:

Tour guide

Private Tours: US $10 - 15 /day

Group Tours: US $5 - 8 /day

Taxi driver

Tuk-tuk driver

Motorbike Taxis

Let the driver keep the change

  • About US $1
Bellman US $0.5 - 1
Housekeeper US $0.5 - 1
Waiter /Waitress

High-end restaurants:

  • ~10% of total amount

Small stalls: Let the staff keep the change 

  • US $0.15 - 0.3
Therapists US $3 - 5

Absolutely. You can find WiFi at most coffee shops, restaurants, and hotels in Thailand - usually free.

If you want to use the Internet everywhere with high-speed access, consider buying a data plan:

  • Purchasing a SIM card in local stores /airports
  • Purchasing an eSIM for Thailand
SIM Card Providers Avg Price (Per SIM /8days)
AIS From US $9
Dtac From US $9
Truemove From US $13

The voltage in Thailand is 220 Volts at 50Hz. Commonly, most electrical outlets in Thailand have two slots with a grounding hole, suitable for 5 types of plugs below:

  • Type A: 2 vertical pins
  • Type C & F: 2 round pins
  • Type B: 2 vertical pins with an earth pin (3 pins)
  • Type O: 3 round pins

If the specifications of your devices don’t match the initial voltage, you will need a converter, and mismatch plugs can be solved with an adapter. In Thailand, they can be found in convenience stores and electronics stores (at about US $26 - 36).

Tips: You can ask the concierge at your hotels/ resorts to borrow a power plug adapter.

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I’m planning a trip to Thailand this december, do you have package that cover Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, chiang mai & chiang rai.. my arrival at Bangkok Airport Departure- chiang rai


Yes we have that package and will send you detail through email with quotation and price

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hi, just wondering which places in Thailand are suitable for family with small kids? we prefer less touristic spots


If you want less touristic spots there will be note suitable for family. You should visit Bangkok, Phuket will suitable with your family

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Where do I find available tour dates on the website?

@Lori Baker:

Our tour mainly is private so you can start any date.

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My family will arrive in Thailand on the 19th of this month. Originally, we had planned to spend 8 days in Phuket but it seems very boring. So, maybe we will go for the 4-day tour in Phuket and the remainder to other places. Do you have any recommended spots?


You can go for Chiang Mai, Bangkok is also popular for you to travel. Also Koh Samui is also very famous if you want to travel

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I am planning to book for 4 people, we are family. Wife myself and 2 children (3,8). Could u suggest to me a tour of Thailand including activities that are suitable for small kids?


I suggest tour Best of Thailand will be very suitable with your family. They have less activities and easy with family

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