Thailand Tours

A country as unique to its Asian neighbors as it is to the rest of the globe, the Kingdom of Thailand is a land of stunning natural beauty and rich cultural traditions. From the rugged mountains and colorful tribal villages of the north, and the gilded temples and palaces of Bangkok, to the turquoise waters and white sand beaches of the south: Thailand seduces travelers with its charm, traditions, distinctive culture, and the generous warmth of its people. Our recommended Thailand tours take a comprehensive look at the culture and customs of Thailand, with focus on local traditions, ancient architecture, Buddhist temples, arts and crafts, and legendary Thai cuisine.

Absolute Asia can also plan a customized itinerary to suit your own schedule and travel desires. All tours are private and depart daily. Costs are valid through December 31, 2024. Peak season supplements may apply between December 15th and January 15th. Call us at (315) 998-1998 for more information, or for a detailed day-by-day itinerary.

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We have thoughtfully curated itineraries unveil a tapestry of possibilities, igniting your imagination for the enchanting journeys that await in Thailand. These routes, meticulously crafted and honed through experience, serve as a compass of inspiration. Yet, view them as mere sparks, for your expedition will be meticulously tailored by our seasoned specialists. Rooted in your distinct tastes and passions, your voyage will be an unrivaled masterpiece, uniquely crafted for you.
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10 days from $3.900
Chiang Rai, Thaton, Chiang Saen, Chiang Khong, Phu Chi Fa, Phayao, Viang Pa Pao and Chiang Mai.
  • Exploring Thailand by Bike: Experience the stunning landscapes of northern Thailand while cycling through jungle-covered hills.
  • Art and Religion in Chiang Rai: Visit the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) in Chiang Rai, transformed by artist Chalermchai Kositpipat into a captivating reflection on Buddhism and culture.
  • Chasing Waterfalls: End your cycling adventure at Chiang Mai's Bua Thong Waterfall, known as the Sticky Waterfall, where you can easily climb its tiers-a perfect reward after a week of cycling in the northern highlands.
Cambodia, Thailand
7 days from $0
  • Pedal along the beach to Chanthaburi and uncover the charm of the old Thai town.
  • Experience daily Cambodian life with a locally-led tour of village industries in Battambang.
  • Be awestruck by the vibrant colors of sunrise painting the spires of Angkor Wat.
  • Embark on an adventure through the jungle, biking thrilling single tracks to uncover hidden temples alongside the famous ones.
15 days from $4.300
Chiang Mai, Fang, Chiang Rai, Bangkok, Khao Sok National Park, Koh Pha Ngan
  • Pick tea in Fang’s mountainous fields
  • Cruise to riverside villages by longtail boat
  • View sculptures by a renowned local artist
  • Meet rescued elephants in their natural habitat
  • Kayak along Bangkok’s historic canals
  • Snack on streetfood at a Chiang Mai nightmarket
  • Listen to monks chant at sunset
  • Camp on a lake in a floating tent
  • Relax on lesser-visited island beaches
10 days from $1.900
Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Golden Triangle, Krabi
  • Explore Bangkok’s chic haunts with an expert guide
  • Feel the urban buzz on a tuk-tuk safari
  • Spend time with elephants at the Anantara Golden Triangle Resort
  • Indulge in the laid-back luxuries of Krabi island
  • Kayak in an idyllic marine national park
  • Island-hop on a private speedboat
  • Picnic on a desert island beach
12 days from $2.300
Chiang Mai, Fang, Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, Chiang Rai, Chiang Kham, Phayao
  • Sample some of the finest streetfood in Thailand
  • Explore an unearthed ancient metropolis
  • Browse the country’s largest handicraft fair
  • Pick tea at Fang, a mountain community
  • Visit ex-opium growers in a hilltribe village
  • Tour the fabled Golden Triangle
  • Spend a beautiful day at Elephant Valley
  • Trek in a protected jungle
  • Admire the temples of Chang Kham
12 days from $2.200
Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Khao Sok National Park, Phuket
  • Witness saffron-robed monks take alms in Chiang Mai
  • Seek out your spiritual side in a tunnel temple
  • Take a cookery class in a Thai family home
  • Feel the buzz of Bangkok on tuk-tuk safari
  • Spend time with elephants in Khao Sok National Park
  • Kayak through the rainforest
  • Kick back on a Phuket beach
12 days from $2.800
Bangkok, Trat, Koh Chang, Koh Mak, Koh Kham, Koh Kood
  • Savour Bangkok’s finest streetfood
  • Pay your respects at an ancient Buddhist shrine
  • Dive in Mu Ko Chang Marine Park
  • Kick off your flip-flops on some of Thailand’s finest beaches
  • Snorkel a coral reef at Koh Rang
  • Swim at the base of a waterfall
  • Tuck into the freshest local seafood
9 days from $2.300
Bangkok, Sukhothai, Ayutthaya, Kanchanaburi
  • Explore Bangkok’s canals on a traditional longtail boat
  • See the ornate barges used by Thailand’s kings
  • Witness the rituals of Wat Pho’s monks
  • Marvel at the capital's lavish Grand Palace
  • Uncover Thailand’s ancient roots at Sukhothai
  • Meet the descendants of the Lanna Kingdom
  • Visit the Summer Palace of the Thai royal family
  • Catch a train over the River Khwae
  • Spend a day with rescued elephants
Cambodia, Laos, Thailand
14 days from $3.000
Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Luang Prabang & Siem Reap, Angkor Temples.
  • Feel the buzz of Bangkok on tuk-tuk safari
  • Snack on streetfood at a Chiang Mai nightmarket
  • Meet rescued elephants in their natural habitat
  • Cruise downstream on the mighty Mekong River
  • Learn all about rice at a community project near Luang Prabang
  • Explore Angkorian temples with an expert guide
  • Weave through Siem Reap’s streets on the back of a Vespa
Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar
19 days from $15.000
Yangon, Mergui Archipelago, Bangkok, Koh Kood, Siem Reap, Angkor Temples, Koh Rong
  • ’Go Local’ in Yangon
  • Learn to cook Burmese cuisine under the tutelage of the former personal chef to the US Ambassador to Myanmar
  • Experience a traditional massage at one of the oldest massage schools in Thailand
  • Be wowed by the skills of performers at Phare, the Cambodian Circus
  • Savour a sunrise breakfast in the grounds of Angkor
  • Relax at three of the best barefoot luxury resorts in Asia
Cambodia, Thailand
14 days from $2.100
Siem Reap, Angkor Temples, Tatai River, Koh Chang, Bangkok
  • Explore Angkorian temples with an expert guide
  • Kayak through a flooded forest
  • Learn how Cambodians are recovering from their horrific recent history
  • Unwind amidst the natural beauty of Tatai River
  • Kick off your flip-flops on one of Thailand’s finest beaches
  • Savour Bangkok's finest streetfood
Thailand, Myanmar
14 days from $3.200
Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Dawei, Mawlamyine, Hpa An, Golden Rock, Yangon
  • Explore Bangkok: Spend two nights in Bangkok, Thailand's vibrant capital city.
  • Visit the River Kwai: Take a moving day trip to learn about the World War II sites near the River Kwai.
  • Cross into Myanmar: Travel west into southern Myanmar, passing through Hti Khi border and journeying towards Yangon.
  • Discover Mawlamyine and Hpa An: Explore the coastal city of Mawlamyine, visit Hpa An's sacred mountain and Buddhist caves, and marvel at the Golden Rock.
  • Experience Yangon: Finish your trip with two nights in Yangon, exploring the city's Colonial landmarks.
4 days from $890
Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, River Kwai, Ayuthaya, Bang Pa In, Bangkok
  • Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, River Kwai, Ayuthaya, Bang Pa In, Bangkok
13 days from $0
Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Phuket
  • Explore the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, where you can immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of local street vendors and markets.
  • Explore the hills around Chiang Mai for an authentic rural adventure in Thailand.
  • Discover Chiang Rai's cultural charm and natural beauty in northern Thailand.
  • Relax on one of Phuket's beautiful beaches.
12 days from $0
Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai
  • Explore Bangkok: Start your journey in Bangkok, Thailand's capital, known for its markets, museums, dining, shopping, and temples. Visit the Grand Palace, Jim Thompson's house, and the Prasart Museum.ops that Chiang Mai is famous for.
  • Discover Chiang Rai: Travel to Chiang Rai province for an unforgettable elephant safari through rice paddies and mountains. Explore the Burmese border town of Mai Sae.
  • Visit Mae Hong Son: Journey to Mae Hong Son to see hilltribe villages and experience the lush countryside of Northern Thailand.
  • Tour Chiang Mai: End your journey in Chiang Mai, Thailand's largest northern city. Explore the city, temples, and handicraft sh
12 days from $0
Bangkok, Ayuthaya, Sukhothai, Lampang, Lamphun, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai
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Useful information for planning your holiday in Thailand

Visitors to Thailand are not required to obtain a visa upon entry. Upon arrival, their passport will receive a visitor's stamp, allowing a 30-day stay when entering by air and a 15-day stay when entering by land. If your intended stay exceeds these durations, you will need to obtain a visa.

Thailand does not mandate proof of vaccination for entry. However, depending on your travel itinerary and specific regions within the country you intend to visit, your healthcare provider may advise obtaining vaccinations for yellow fever, hepatitis A and B, cholera, Japanese encephalitis, and typhoid. Additionally, malaria pills might be recommended based on your travel plans.

There are too many tourist attractions in Thailand to count, but one you shouldn’t miss is the Grand Palace in Bangkok. This opulent court dates from 1782 and is an homage to Thai architecture, statecraft, and military genius. Make sure to dress properly or you might be refused admission.

Thai cuisine enjoys widespread popularity globally, and its authenticity varies across regions within Thailand. Regardless of the location, you can expect exceptional food. Street food is a ubiquitous and beloved option, featuring a wide range of dishes. It's worth noting that many Thai dishes can be notably spicy, particularly for those unaccustomed to intense heat, such as Westerners.

Thailand is generally considered a safe destination. However, it's advisable to take standard precautions, especially in crowded tourist areas, and be mindful of your belongings. Stick to recommended transportation and avoid accepting random tuk-tuk or motorbike ride offers.

Additionally, be cautious of the risks associated with strong sun, heat, and the consumption of contaminated water or food. It's crucial to refrain from drinking tap water.

The optimal period to visit Thailand is during the dry season, spanning from November to April, with temperatures ranging from 28-36 °C (84-97 °F). It's worth noting that the climate can differ across regions in the country, providing pleasant weather year-round.

Yes, Thailand is a fantastic family destination. The country offers a diverse range of activities and attractions suitable for all ages, including beautiful beaches, cultural experiences, and family-friendly resorts. The warm hospitality of the Thai people, delicious cuisine, and the opportunity to explore historical sites make it an ideal destination for families.

Yes, Thailand is a highly recommended honeymoon destination. The country offers a diverse range of romantic experiences, from luxurious beachfront resorts for relaxation to adventurous exploration of temple ruins. With its beautiful landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality, Thailand provides an ideal setting for a memorable honeymoon.