Hilton Hua Hin Spa ResortHua Hin, Thailand7 night stay from £1175 per personThis resort is perfectly located, being right on the beach and adjacent to the centre of this coastal town. Overlooking the bay, it also benefits from secluded gardens and a large pool area.All the delightfully furnished rooms and suites provide ocean views and private balconies. This really is the complete resort. There are a variety of restaurants offering cuisine from various parts of the world, a spa, fitness centre, tennis and squash courts and a children's club.A popular choice is to dine at the rooftop White Lotus restaurant which offers breathtaking views over the Gulf of Siam.Prices based on 2 persons sharing a Bay Room Seaview on a bed and breakfast basis Price includes return scheduled flights from London, all airport taxes and private road transfers. Please contact us for alternative dates, durations and departure airports. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability.
ThailandWhy ThailandoPalm trees and Bhudda to palaces, elephants and mountains oGreat beaches and landscapesoFriendly local people oWonderful cultural and adventurous locations oExclusive resorts and spas! -oFlights from:▪Glasgow with Emirates via Dubai▪Edinburgh via Manchester and Abu Dhabi with Etihad
Conrad SamuiKoh Samui, Thailand7 night stay from £2695 per personRelax in idyllic surroundings at the Conrad Samui luxury resort. Stay in a luxury villa with a private balcony that overlooks the pristine white beach. Swim in your private 10-metre pool.This luxury property contains four amazing restaurants, a private cellar containing more than 3000 vintages, and a fully equipped gymnasium. Indulge in a personalized holistic treatment at the resort’s two-story luxury Spa. Each Spa treatment room has its own private deck with a beautiful view of the sea.Easily accessible from Bangkok Suvanarbuhmi Airport, Koh Samui is an idyllic tropical island, with soft white beaches, lush jungles, and miles of beautiful azure sea.Prices based on 2 persons sharing an Oceanview Pool Villa on a bed and breakfast basis . Price includes return scheduled flights from London, all airport taxes and private road transfers. Please contact us for dates, durations and departure airports. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability.
Travel GuideWeatherThe best time to visit is between November and March when the weather in Thailand is optimum and you’ll be able to take full advantage of the Thailand beaches (although Koh Samui is best from June to September). November to March is also Thailand's main period of national and regional festivals. The peak tourist season is November to late March, with secondary peak months in July and August. If you’re keen to avoid the crowds and take advantage of discounted rooms and low-season rates, why not travel during the less crowded months (April to June, September and October). On the other hand it's easy to leave the crowds behind – just avoid the most popular destinations (eg Chiang Mai and all islands and beaches). CurrencyCurrency – Thai BahtThings to doBangkokAll too often just a place of transit but it’s well worth taking a few days to explore Bangkok. There are countless things to do and you’ll find extraordinary people and places to visit around every corner. Barter for all sorts of goodies at the largest outdoor market in the world, the Chatuchak weekend market, or get along to MBK, an air-conditioned shopping haven. The King’s Palace is also well worth a visit, along with any number of temples including Wat Pho and the Temple of the Dawn.PhuketDubbed the ‘Pearl of the Andaman’, Phuket remains one of the most popular beaches for tourists – and with good reason. Beautiful white sand, palm trees, and clear blue water create a great atmosphere for some prime R & R. Get away from the hoards in Patong and head along to one of the gems of Phuket – the beaches of Kata or Karon. There is plenty to see in Phuket – jump on one of the day tours (deep link to a tour) to explore the islands and caves, go diving, visit the wildlife sanctuary or simply grab a table at a restaurant to sample the delish seafood.Chiang MaiSituated in Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is quite a mountainous region and great for those more adventurous travellers keen to trek through forests, visit waterfalls and discover the wildlife. Jump on a tour to visit a hill tribe – including the long neck Karen tribes in a nearby province. Your visit to Chiang Mai isn’t complete until you’ve paid a visit to Doi Suthep – Chiang Mai’s famous temple situated high in the mountains and giving you a great view of the city in the distance. If you’re feeling fit there are 290 steps to take you to the temple – or you can take a rail car.KrabiA rock climber’s heaven, you’ll find stunning limestone cliffs and rock formations in Krabi. You should also head along to the National Park located about 40 km outside of town to be at one with nature and soak up the rivers, caves and amazing natural scenery. Krabi is also home to some great beaches including Ao Nang and Hat Rai Leh, which offer numerous diving trips, restaurants and shops.Koh SamuiDespite the fast pace of development, Koh Samui has been able to maintain its image of a tropical beach resort fringed by coconut trees. Hit the beach or tour the surrounding islands by day and sample the bars and clubs at night. Koh Phangan, home to the full moon party, is also only an hour away by boat, making Koh Samui a great place to take a break from the craziness.