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India, Far East & Australasia / Thailand

Review /My most recent trip sets me in the heart of the Golden Triangle – the point where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Burma converge – and with an arrival that is incredibly James Bond-esque. In traditional Thai longtail b...

Julie Barker, Head of Reservations & Operations, Carrier
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Review /Thailand, Cambodia, Laos. Three destinations that, even to the most seasoned traveller, bring a pang of anticipation. Our Reservations Manager, Vicki Holding experienced each distinctly different destination, here are he...

Vicki Holding
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Review /Motorbikes darting through traffic in bustling city centres, picture-perfect beaches and sumptuous cuisine are synonymous with Thailand. I had always wanted to experience the true essence of this exotic and historic dest...

Sally Yendley, Sales Consultant
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Maria Pieri, Editorial Director for National Geographic Traveller (UK)

"I was thoroughly spoilt on that first trip to Thailand. The hospitality, the people, the food, the sights – all were phenomenal. The highlight? A surprise beach barbecue, complete with ubiquitous lobster and the fresh smell of lemongrass, lime leaves and ginger. The trip shaped my memories and my thoughts of Asia in a way I hadn’t anticipated. I was lucky enough to return to Thailand this year with my family. On this visit, we combined Koh Samui with Chiang Mai – the interior of the country giving me another, entirely different, perspective. We planted rice in the paddy fields, cycled to the local temples, and practised Muay Thai. These days, Thailand hardly needs an introduction, yet it continues to offer something new to visitors every time they return."

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