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Thailand is a stunning destination which attracts millions of visitors every year, from students and backpackers to young families and senior travellers. The reason for this mix is simple; Thailand offers something for every type of traveller, from sun-drenched beaches and lush jungles to colourful nightlife and beautiful temples.
Whether you’re planning to visit Thailand as part of your gap year, to tick something off your travel bucket list, to indulge in some adventurous activities, or to soak up the vibrant culture with family and friends, we have a holiday insurance policy to suit any trip to Thailand.*
If you need travel insurance for Thailand, Holidaysafe offers an award-winning range of worldwide travel insurance policies to protect you against unexpected disasters. When you buy a travel insurance policy from Holidaysafe, you will enjoy the following benefits:
Simply click ‘Get a Quote’ and remember to select ‘Worldwide Excluding the USA, Caribbean and Canada’ to be covered for your trip.
Thailand has three very distinct seasons; hot, cool and rainy. If you’re not looking for rain and or sweltering temperatures then the cool season is probably the best option for you, which runs from December to February. If you want to avoid the crowds, then don’t travel to Thailand in December.
There is such a varied mix of things to do and see in Thailand that it really depends on why you are travelling there – for sun and relaxation, jungle trekking and exploring or culture and nightlife. Below we have listed a mix of our top things to see and do in Thailand;
We’re sure you’ll have seen on the news how dangerous certain Thai resorts can be for tourists, in particular, Koh Samui. Take every precaution and always read the Foreign Office country advice for Thailand before you travel.
Many people are scared to try street food, but in Asia, it really is a must. Nevertheless, wherever you choose to eat ensure you order Pad Thai, which is traditional fried noodles, and Khoa Phat, a Thai take on special fried rice. Also, make sure you try Satho, a traditional rice wine.
Click here to view all countries Holidaysafe can provide cover for.*
*Please note Holidaysafe does not provide cover for any trip which goes against the advice of the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). Please check the FCDO advice on your chosen destination before booking your trip or purchasing our insurance.
Please note, Holidaysafe’s online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
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