DID YOU KNOW?
The world’s largest solid gold statue in Wat Traimit was spared from looters over the centuries, and weighs 5.5 tons, worth millions of dollars.
Mother’s and Father’s Day in Thailand are celebrations for the king and queen rather than for one’s one own mother and father
Logging is completely banned in Thailand since 1989 to protect the forests.
Useful information to help you decide if Thailand is the right destination for your event!
Recommended group size
10 - 500 pax
Incentives combined with conferences
Bangkok is one of the most connected airports in the world, it has 2 international airports, and key cities around Thailand also offer international flights, like Chiang Mai and Phuket. In addition, a robust network of domestic flights connect smaller cities, making travel easy
Best time to visit
Avoid traveling on...
Nov - Feb when the weather is generally cool and dry
The Thai festivity of Songkran (Thai New Year), while fun if you like to get wet, can be both rowdy and cause traffic jams. Tourists and innocent bystanders should expect to be splashed repeatedly.
The Thai Baht (THB) is the local currency, ), most medium to large shops and restaurants accept cards, and ATM’s are easy to find. Markets and smaller shops mostly rely on cash.
Thailand is known for tropical beaches, lush green forests, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples. It seamlessly combines ancient tradition with modern life. Bangkok belies its modern high-rise cityscape with hidden quiet canal-side communities in the midst of the city with beautiful small temples.
From the islands in the south like Phuket, Ko Samui and Ko Phangan, nature reserves like Kao Sok and Khao Yai, to Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in the northern highlands with their unique history and indigenous culture, Thailand has five UNESCO Heritage sites and a staggering 205 national parks and sanctuaries.