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Thailand is one of the most famous and breathtaking destinations in South East Asia. It is known for its pristine and majestic beaches, Buddhism and Buddhist monasteries, its street food, sleek bars and nightlife activities. Culture, religion, food, nature, water, adventure, sports you name it, Thailand offers everything.

Thailand also has many tourism attractions such as sea and sand activities, trekking, mountain biking, zipline, rafting and water sports. Moreover it has developed a niche market as an ecotourism destination.

Besides Bangkok, there are other major places of interest including Phuket, Chiang Mai, Chon Buri, Phatthalung, Phra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya and Phetchaburi. Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, Mae Sariang, Phu Lang Ka, Sangkhlaburi, Phu Kradueng National Park, Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail, Phu Bak Dai Mountain are some of the popular sites if you would like to enjoy rainforests, wildlife and mountains.

Of late Thailand has also developed as a hub for medical and health tourism. State-of-the-art private and public hospitals like Bumrungrad International Hospital, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok Hospital, Samitivej, and Phyathai Hospital and Siriraj Hospital offer advanced treatment care facilities at affordable prices.

Suvarnabhumi (or Don Mueang) Airport opened recently is one of the biggest and most modern airports in the world. Every year millions of travellers travel to and via this airport. Thailand is well connected with all the major international airports by leading international airlines. Thailand Airlines flies thrice a week between Nepal and Thailand.

We operate Thailand tours in close cooperation and coordination with local Thai tour operators. Over the years we have established a reliable and trustworthy network with Thai tour operators, hoteliers and airline operators both in Nepal and Thailand.

We provide both popular and bespoke tour programs in Thailand. Whether you would like to go to Thailand for a weekend trip, weeklong vacation you can directly contact us. We also provide facilitate for visa preparation at Thailand embassy in Nepal.


The highlights of Thailand tour include beaches, nightlife and eco tourism. Railay Beach,

The Grand Palace, Trekking in Chiang Mai. Wild Elephants at Khao Yai National Park, Limestone mountains of Kanchanaburi, Sukhothai Old City, Historic City of Ayutthaya, backpacking in Khao San Road, cruising and nightlife in Bangkok are not to be missed.

Plenty of sea and sand activities, trekking, mountain biking, zipline, rafting and water sports await you in Thailand.


-> Visit the Grand Palace, Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, Phaya Thai Palace, Rattana Rangsan Palace to know about the royal history and legacy of Thailand

-> Learn about Thai Buddhism by touring Wat Pho temple, Golden Buddha Temple, Wat Arun Temple, Lumbini Park and Marble Temple

-> Try authentic Thai food in Khao San road, which is a backpackers’ paradise and visit Soi Cowboy and Neon Night Market.

-> Explore Bangkok Ocean World, Bangkok Art and Exhibition Center, Honey Bee Shop and Chatuchak Weekend Market.

-> Relax in the famous beaches across Thailand such as Koh Lan, Khao Kalok Beach, Tham Thong Beach, Tawan Chai Beach, Satun and Ko Man Nok.

-> Take up surfing, kayaking, diving, snorkeling in Thailand sea

-> Trek in Chiang Mai, Chon Buri and Phatthalung

-> Visit elephant sanctuary centers and bathe and play with elephants


Thailand is open for tourism round the year but the tourist high season is from November to early April. During this time there will be plenty of sunlight and the weather is cool and warm. Avoid the months of February, March and April when it is practically too overwhelmingly hot.

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