Immerse yourself in the bright lights and iconic sights of Bangkok. Island hop the best of Thailand's islands, drift down the River Kwai and visit colourful hilltribe villages as you hike northern Thailand. Tour the Golden Triangle, try your hand at Thai specialties during a cooking class, and glide through the floating markets. Incredible experiences await on our 160 sailing trips and guided tours of Thailand.
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Must do Thailand experiences and highlights
Bangkok Street Food
Take a tuk-tuk through the streets lined with fragrant stalls serving everything from grilled pork skewers to bowls of steaming noodle soup.
Sukhothai Historical Park
This expansive World heritage-listed site is home to the remnants of the royal palace and 26 temples of the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam.
Snorkel Ko Tao
Explore the bays and beautiful reefs off Ko Tao, paddling in the warm water and watching the marine life flit between the rainbows of coral.
Doi Suthep Temple
Enjoy the view from Wat Phra That Doi Suthep perched in the mountains above Chiang Mai. Climb over 300 stairs (or take the cable car) to explore this stunning temple with a golden stupa at its heart.
Trek through the forests of Northern Thailand and get to know the hilltribes of the region, each with unique traditions that you’ll get to know as you are welcomed into their homes and their lives.
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“Another great G Adventures tour”
This was our 4th G Adventures tour and our second National Geographic style tour. What I really enjoy about these is being able to stay for a number of days in most locations giving more time to soak up the local atmosphere and to look around. Our tour leader, a local Thai who we called Su for short was fabulous, very helpful with lots of local knowledge. To visit the railway war museum and cemetery and then travel on the railway the POW's built was a highlight. The visit to Chiang Mai where we stayed ...read more 3 nights with the meal with a local family and also the market visit and cooking class were also highlights.
“Well paced, interesting cross section of Thailand, south to north”
This small group tour, led by a delightful, kind local woman, was well paced with plenty of varied activities. The war museums and memorials at Kanchanaburi and Hellfire Pass were thoughtfully presented and very worthwhile experiences. The cycling tour around the historic UNESCO park in Sukhothai was fun, but tuk tuks provided another option for those who preferred to be driven. The Elephant Nature Park was impressive, as was the cultural evening at the Hmong Lodge. Delicious home cooked meals provided ...read more insights into regional cuisine. Hotels were mostly of a high standard and we felt comfortable and safe during the entire trip.
“Saigon to Bangkok Explorer”
The Phnom Penh - Siem Reap trip could be replaced with a flight. Loved the food but would have appreciated a couple of more upmarket recommended options to try out modern local cuisine too. Binh, our guide in Vietnam and Cambodia, was exceptionally good. (Review provided by Explore Worldwide.)
“Very impressed with Explore!”
You can tell this trip has many years of experience behind it as it all works to plan to see as much as possible in the time available with all the usual contrasts: different styles of accommodation, transport, types of sights etc etc. The addition of Kamphaengphet to replace the rice barge is good, but I suspect it's virtues are a little lost amidst so many historical temples/ruins over the surrounding days. I'm glad it was on the itinerary, though, as getting to the hotel earlier would not have ...read more been so appealing. (Review provided by Explore Worldwide.)
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06 November, 2018
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01 November, 2018
Get to Know Thailand on a Small Group Tour
Thailand is aptly known as the ‘Land of Smiles’ thanks to the beautiful Thai people who welcome you with a wide grin and laughter that spreads all the way to their eyes. The best way to get to know the locals and share some warm quintessential experiences is to explore Thailand with a small..
31 October, 2018
Thailand Has It All for Young Travellers
Thailand is a mecca for young travellers seeking adventure, relaxation and everything in between. Whether you want to strap on hiking boots or simply dip your toes in the sea, Thailand is the place to do it. There are plenty of tours for young travellers so you can explore this cool country..