Friendly and fun loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the ever-comforting Thai smile.

Yearly Weather

Thailand has a tropical climate. The average weather varies every season, but the temperature is around 30 degrees Celsius (86° Fahrenheit) every day throughout the year. May is the start of the monsoon (rainy season) at the west coast and it lasts until the end of Octobre. Usually, the rains are short, but with very heavy downpours. October is on average the wettest month throughout Thailand. November until April weather is the best time to go to the West Coast (Andaman Sea). May until September weather is best time to go to the East Coast (Gulf Coast).

In winter in the norh of Thailand sometimes the temperature will even fall under 10 degrees Celsius (50° Fahrenheit) in the evening. However during the day the temperature will rise to almost 30 degrees Celsius (86° Fahrenheit) again.

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Travel Facts


Thailand – U.S. citizens arriving by air need only a valid passport, not a prearranged visa, to visit Thailand for less than 30 days.

Make two photocopies of the data and visa page of your passport (one for someone at home and another for you, carried separately from your passport). If you lose your passport, promptly call the nearest embassy or consulate and the local police.


Baht (THB; symbol ฿) = 100 satang. Notes are in denominations of ฿1,000, 500, 100, 50, 20 and 10. Coins are in denominations of ฿10, 5, 2 and 1, and 50, 25, 10, 5 and 1 satang.

Foreign currencies can be exchanged at banks (which have the best rates), hotels (which charge high commissions) and bureaux de changes can be found in larger towns (generally open 0800-2000). Outside of large towns and tourist areas, notes higher than US$50 may be difficult to exchange, so visitors are advised to carry small change.


American Express, MasterCard, and Visa are widely accepted. ATMs are found in all major cities and almost all provincial banks.


ATMs are found in all major cities and almost all provincial banks.


Lightweights and rainwear are advised.


Tipping is NOT customary in Thailand, there is absolutely NO mandatory requirement to tip anyone, but small gratuities for great service are very much appreciated. Unlike some other parts of the world, you will never see a Thai service provider with his hand out waiting for a tip.

In all restaurants, it is customary to leave behind any loose change in coins as a tip. In more upscale restaurants, with professional wait staff who provide excellent service, a larger tip of 5%-10% is quite common.

Slide Important Notice info to keep in mind about our tours Please note that international airfare is not included with our packages

We only provide fully escorted international land packages

All rates are based on double occupancy
Rates displayed or advertised are for land packages only.

Most packages do not include airfare.

Rates are based on double occupancy, a single supplement fee may apply for an odd number of travelers.

Rates are displayed in US dollars and are subject to change.

To book you must have a valid TFTW Booking ID or Reference code.

Travel documents are the responsibility of the passenger. Travel insurance is highly recommended.


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