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Thailand holidays have something for every kind of holidaymaker, pristine white sand beaches, great food and the unrivalled hospitality of the locals. Factor in the infamous nightlife, the grandeur of the country's ancient temples and the bargain shopping options and you have everything you need for a great holiday..
The weather in Thailand is tropical and humid for the majority of the country during most of the year. Thailand is a great winter sun destination with the period between November and February being the best time to visit. From July to October is Monsoon season, when most of Thailand's annual rainfall is accumulated, humidity levels are high in this period with average temperatures in Bangkok around 29C.
Best of Thailand holidays for...
Shopping: For a Bangkok shopping frenzy, jump in a tuk-tuk and head to Khao San Road.Barter with Thai bahts for cheap treats like tie-dyed fabrics, henna tattoos and feet nibbling fish massages.
Nightlife: Revellers flock to Haad Rin Beach in Koh Phangan for the monthly full-moon party. Your hedonistic all-nighter will be a haze filled with fire jugglers, trance beats and bucketloads of Chang beer.
Kids & teens: FantaSea theme park on Phuket is a full-on Thai extravaganza. The complex includes a lively Carnival Village shopping street with elephant rides and street acrobats and a 3,000-seater arena for glitzy dance productions.
Free & cheap: It costs only a few bahts to see one of Thailand's most valuable sights - the Golden Buddha. The 900-year-old, solid gold giant sits in the lotus position on a marble plinth in Bangkok's serene Wat Traimit temple.
Relaxing: On the paradise island of Koh Lanta, you can relax in shaded beach shack cafes overlooking the Andaman Sea at Klong Khong and Klong Nin beaches. If you're feeling active pick up a local long-tail boat for a day's snorkelling.
Active types: Lace up your walking boots for days trekking between the Karen hill tribe villages around Chiang Mai. After ambling through lush rainforest in the Doi Inthanon foothills, you'll stop for a spicy banana-leaf curry before kayaking and elephant riding.


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