“Experience unparalleled beauty, excellent hospitality, incredible natural wonders. This is, Amazing Thailand“
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Thailand is approximately a 13 Hour flight from the UK, and in our opinion, its worth every one of those hours! The climate is tropical, providing year round sunshine, with average temperatures of 31c. Being tropical there are of course rain showers, however this is never a problem as they usually occur for about an hour at the same time each day. That said, between December and May are Thailand driest months, with temperatures rising to around 35c. Thailand is a diverse country, with so much to experience, whether that be the rain-forests, white sand beaches, outstanding cuisine or the shopping in the cities, it truly is an exciting place to visit. The local currency is the Thai Baht, with the latest exchange rates displayed to your right.
UK citizens can stay in Thailand visa free for up to 30 days. If a longer stay is required you will need to apply for a holiday visa with lasts up to 60 Days. It’s worth noting that when you exit Thailand and re-enter . Always check the latest Visa requirements prior to travelling, located here
We have selected five key areas (with more coming soon!) which feature in-depth guides, on what to do, where to stay and how to experience the best of what is on offer.
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Ancient temples, river cruises, shopping complexes & outstanding cuisine, it’s a melting pot of experiences. Initially the busyness may overwhelm, but this is short-lived, its rustic charm combined with modern influences of sky rises and 5 star hotels assist in providing an excellent starting point to explore Thailand. More..
Pattaya is a beach resort located approximately 160km southeast of Bangkok, on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. It is popular with expats and tourists alike, with a thriving nightlife, white sanded beaches and fantastic excursion options for nearby ‘paradise islands’. Pattaya is for those who enjoy commercialised beach holidays, yet with a touch of the orient amidst. More..
Koh Samui is an island off the east coast of Thailand. With its white sanded beaches, palm trees and coral reefs, it truly represents paradise. The airport provides direct flights from Bangkok, taking approximately 2.5 hours. Lamai beach, located on the east coast of the island is a must visit, as is the Big Buddha Temple. More..
Chiang Mai is located in Northern Thailand, nestled alongside the Ping River. Visit Chiang Mai to experience its over 300 Buddhist temples, trek the local hills and forests on foot or on elephant, and indulge in the fantastic local cuisine. The city is easily accessible from Bangkok, either by overnight train or one hour flights. More..
Phuket is Thailand’s largest island located in Southern Thailand, in the Andaman Sea. The climate is hot and humid year round with the rainy season around May – October, however it usually rains for only one or two hours a day. Phuket is more built up than the island of Koh Samui yet still offers great beaches, cuisine and the 45m high Big Buddha. More..
Trek Trendy’s aim is to provide you with informative, well researched guides whilst travelling to Thailand. Throughout our website, we feature the best offers on the right of the page, so you never miss a deal. Our guides will assist you in booking the best hotels, at the best prices, as well as ensuring you arrive in safety and in comfort. Please select an area to explore below:
Our accommodation guides provide details on how to get the best offers on luxury hotels. In addition, we constantly post hotel deals on our site, to save you all the hard work!
We have extensive guides on how to find the cheapest flights to Thailand, our best to date is £300 rtn! We will keep you updated here on up-to-the-second flight offers
From our experience, nothing can beat being met at the airport and whisked to your hotel, swiftly yet securely. We work with reliable and reputable agents to ensure the service you receive is first class.
Fancy a more rustic way of exploring Thailand? Do so with the locals; for an epic experience of Thailand by railway, we shall guide you each step of the way, from tickets to travel.
Yes, one of the reasons thousands come to Thailand each year is for the outstanding beaches! We shall assist you in finding the perfect beach break, for an unforgettable experience in SE Asia.
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