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Thailand Hotels Information

Hotels in Thailand

7,464

Hotels Prices From

RM 67

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Sep - Nov

High season avg price

RM 172

Low season avg price

RM 127
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Popular Places in Thailand

  • Bangkok
    Bangkok is full of exquisitely decorated Buddhist temples—as you go from one to the next you’ll be continually blown away by the craftsmanship and elabourate details. But if you’d rather seek enlightenment in a gourmet meal, or dance the night away, you’ll also enjoy Bangkok—the restaurant and nightclub scenes here are among the best in the world.
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  • Patong
    Party-hoppers flock to the wide and whimsical sands of Patong Beach. Mere minutes from the glittery chaos of Patong's many nightclubs, bars and discos, the golden beach is ideal for sunbathing, jet skiing, kayaking and parasailing. Lovers of leisure can spend the day relaxing on a sunbed under a colorful umbrella, lingering over treats from one of the vendors who stroll the sands.
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  • Pattaya
    A visit to Pattaya is a wonderful way to explore the beaches along the Gulf of Thailand. Relaxed and family-friendly Jomtien Beach is a hot spot for watersports and seaside massages. The giant Buddha of Wat Khao Phra Bat keeps watch over the city, and the wooden Wang Boran Sanctuary of Truth pays homage to Buddhist and Hindu art and architecture. At night, tons of bars and strip clubs attract an adults-only crowd.
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  • Chiang Mai
    You could spend your whole Chiang Mai holiday exploring the famous Night Bazaar. Once you’ve exhausted the art of the cheerful haggle, however, there’s plenty more to explore. The National Museum and Botanic Garden are great places to soak up some local culture and to breathe in the delicate fragrance of Thai orchids. In the city’s centre, the remains of ancient walls embrace over 30 temples. Limber travellers can climb 300 stairs to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, an ornate Buddhist temple in the hills.
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  • Ao Nang
    Packed with all the amenities—and unsightly development—of a modern Thai harbour town, Ao Nang is a popular base camp for exploring Krabi’s karst islands. A long arc of sand is shared by long-tailed boats delivering day-trippers to resorts and rowdy beach bars.
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  • Chaweng
    Paradise by day, party central by night, Chaweng is a favorite destination for sun-seekers and night owls alike. Choose Central Chaweng if you love nightclubs, music and fireworks. Head toward North Chaweng and Chaweng Noi for a more peaceful stay.
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  • Kamala
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  • Hua Hin
    A favorite getaway for Bangkok residents, Hua Hin is a pretty beachside town. Family friendly and relaxed, it lacks the all-night partying and seedier aspects that make other nearby beach resorts a haven for unsavory characters. Once a small fishing village, it was transformed into a royal resort, and it’s these close links with Thai royalty that ensure Hua Hin won’t become overdeveloped or lose its small-town vibe.
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  • Lamai Beach
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Hotels near the sights

  • The Grand Palace
    Established in 1782, this ceremonial residence of the Kings of Thailand features several magnificent buildings like the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Take your time to explore the imposing courtyards and visit the major landmarks within the Grand Palace complex. Visit the Queen Sirikit Museum, where you can view the stunning textiles on display. Don't miss Khon Performances—known as the Thailand's masked dance drama—at Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre. You can take a guided tour to learn more about the palace’s magnificent history. Visitors are expected to keep their legs and shoulders covered in the complex. – Tripadvisor
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  • Chatuchak Weekend Market
    Chatuchak Weekend Market is home to a whopping 15,000 stalls spanning 26 sections and is the world's largest weekend market. At this colossal market, scout for local delicacies, clothing, second-hand merchandise, home decor, handicrafts, antiques, and even plants. You can also enjoy a soothing Thai massage after shopping. Navigating the market can be slightly overwhelming, so snap a picture of the schematic map that shows you what you can find in each section. For a smoother experience, join a private tour to be whisked directly to the best stores to make the most of your Thai Baht. The market can be easily reached by the Skytrain. – Tripadvisor
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  • Temple Of Dawn (Wat Arun)
    This temple is considered to be the most famous and photographed temple in Bangkok, which features a soaring 70-meter-high spire decorated with tiny pieces of colored glass and Chinese porcelain.
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  • Jim Thompson House
    This former home of an American named Jim Thompson, who started the Thai silk industry after World War II, houses a magnificent collection of Asian art and many unique displays.
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  • Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)
    Located inside the grounds of the Grand Palace, Thailand’s most valued temple features the magnificent Emerald Buddha that dates back to the 14th century.
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  • BTS Skytrain
    The BTS Skytrain is one of the most efficient ways of getting around Bangkok, with over 60 stations across three lines. Avoid the infamous Bangkok jam and hop on the train—it stops by loads of major tourist attractions like Chatuchak Weekend Market, Lumpini Park, ICONSIAM and the Jim Thompson House Museum. Depending on how long you'll be in Bangkok, you can get a single journey ticket, a one-day pass, and a rechargeable Rabbit stored value card. But note that the tickets and passes are not valid on the subway (MRT) or Airport Rail Link (ARL). – Tripadvisor
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  • Siam Paragon
    This upscale shopping complex has high-end luxury brands and even fancy car showrooms under one roof. There is also a food hall and gourmet market, where you can find fresh-from-farm goods as well as an array of Thai and international food. Entertainment-wise, you’ll find the SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World, a mega cineplex, and Madame Tussauds Bangkok—great for adults and kids alike. The mall is just a convenient walk over from BTS Skytrain’s Siam station. You might want to come on weekday mornings for fewer crowds. Travelers can also apply for the Tourist Discount Card to enjoy bonus perks and discounts. – Tripadvisor
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  • Green Elephant Sanctuary Park
    In the Elephant Sanctuary Park you can experience elephants in the most natural way. In their natural environment, where they are free and simply wonderful! It is important to us that you can experience the daily life of the animals. And that you can approach them when feeding or bathing. Briefly: it is a wonderful experience that you will remember for a long time. How much do you want to bet?
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