For the ultimate Asian experience, immerse yourself in the excitement of one of our Thailand multicentre holidays. While jetting off on a Thai getaway is a wonderful experience, travelling to two or three different destinations in one holiday is the perfect recipe for the adventure of a lifetime.
The destinations you visit during your Thailand multicentre holiday is up to you - you can choose to spend the whole trip in Thailand, or you can include other countries in your adventure. Popular places to throw in the mix include Dubai, Hong Kong and Malaysia - so why not browse some of our other destinations and discover the perfect addition to your holiday?
We have a range of cheap Thailand multicentre holidays 2018 and 2019 just waiting to be explored.
The contrast of destinations: Thailand is a versatile country with a rich and diverse history. That’s why Thailand multi-centre holidays are a great way to experience two different sides of the Land of Smiles. Walk through the bustling streets of Bangkok - with all its street markets and golden palaces, before jetting off to the island of Phuket to relax on a pristine white beach and soak up the glorious Asian sunshine.
The ancient culture: While you may be able to see some fascinating temples on a normal Thai trip, embarking on one of our Thailand multi-centre holidays means you’ll discover more magnificent Buddhas and sacred spaces than if you just stayed in one place.
The mix of food: Thai cuisine is famous across the globe for being a tantalising explosion of tastes and smells, but the types of food do vary from place to place. Travel across Thailand to really get a taste of Thai cuisine, complete with the diverse influences you’ll find in different regions.
Getting there: Many airlines will fly you directly to Bangkok from the UK. However, getting to other regions may include catching another flight.
Packing essentials: Sunglasses, sun hat, light clothing, a light rain mac, comfortable shoes. If you’re planning on visiting any temples or sacred spaces, pack clothes that cover your legs and shoulders.
Passport / Visa Info: You will need a passport to visit Thailand. If you’re visiting for less than 30 days, you will not need a Visa.
Thailand enjoys a tropical climate, with temperatures ranging between the high twenties and low thirties, all year around.
The best time to visit is between November and March, when the sun is guaranteed to be shining and rainfall is minimal.
Llewys is one of Destination2’s travel experts and has travelled to Thailand on many occasions. He recommends a Bangkok and Phuket multicentre holiday for anyone looking to discover the incredible culture, beaches and colourful experiences this fascinating nation has to offer.
Llewys says: “Bangkok and Phuket are two amazing destinations for a multicentre holiday. Bangkok is perfect if you’re looking to sample Thailand’s rich culture, with a host of Buddhist temples to explore, as well as colourful markets and the spectacular Grand Palace.
“In contrast, Phuket is the ideal location to discover Thailand’s incredible natural scenery, with stunning beaches, underwater adventures and national parks all on offer. You’ll also find vibrant nightlife, great shopping opportunities and Phuket’s Big Buddha statue.”
D2 travel adviser Shauna suggests tying a holiday in Thailand with a break in one of our other phenomenal worldwide destinations. She recommends a Dubai, Phuket and Khao Lak multicentre package.
Shauna says: “If you’re visiting Thailand, you must visit Phuket. The beaches are absolutely stunning and there are plenty of luxury hotels and resort to choose from.
“Khao Lak is another phenomenal Thai destination, with mesmerising natural scenery and a great base if you enjoy scuba diving or snorkelling.
“Adding a stay in Dubai is sure to top off a magical experience.
"This dazzling city offers a variety of spectacular attractions and wherever you stay, luxury and extravagance is guaranteed.”
Destination2 travel expert Poppy has a great affection for all things Thailand. She recommends a Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Koh Samui multicentre package, combining a city break with adventure and beach destinations.
Poppy says: “Thailand has something for everyone and a Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Koh Samui multicentre holiday is an ideal way to experience as much of this amazing country as possible.
“Bangkok is a bustling city offering a thrill for the senses, while Chiang Mai sits in the heart of the jungle and is a great place for outdoor adventures and enjoying an authentic taste of Thailand.
“After visiting these two incredible cities, there’s no better way to complete your Thailand experience than in Koh Samui. This is the perfect place to enjoy tropical beach bliss or a lively night out, as well as being a popular diving destination.”