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A Guide to the Multi-Centre Holidays of Thailand

A Guide to the Multi-Centre Holidays of Thailand

With a country as big as Thailand, you’re going to need to see more than just one destination to get the full picture. Enter multi-centre holidays, a stress-free and convenient way to see a range of some of the best Thai destinations on offer. If you want simplicity with all the same jaw-droppingly beautiful scenery, you’ve come to the right place.

How it works

The beauty of multi-centre holidays to Thailand is that you get the best of both worlds.

Thailand is one of those countries that doesn’t conform to just one rule – on one hand, it’s home to some of the most incredible beach and island landscapes in the world, and on the other, its epicentre is a bustling city that’s the definition of metropolis.

Lasting anywhere from one to two weeks, multi-centre holidays combine two destinations of your choosing. The good news is, the destination combinations come in a number of arrangements, including how long you stay in each.

That means that if you want to spend more time in tranquil Phuket than you do in heart-racing Bangkok, there’s a good chance something like this will be available.

You’ll touch down in your first destination, where you’ll be whisked off to your hotel and left to your own devices for a set number of days. Then you’ll head off to destination number two, where a whole new window into Thailand is opened.

Multi-centre holidays in Thailand are all about discovering this unique country in its entirety, complete with temple visits, beach stints and a whole lot of street food.

What’s included?

With multi-centre holidays here, you’ve got all the classic package holiday bells and whistles covered, including flights to Thailand, hotels, transportation to and from the airport and sometimes meals.

You’ve also got travel between the two destinations taken care of, as well as private transportation to and from the airport here as well. To get between the two destinations, you’ll most likely take an internal flight.

You’ll also have the option to, instead of visiting a second city, embark on a tour exploring a particular area in Thailand. This option allows you to do everything from venturing into caves across southern Thailand in Khao Sok or explore rainforests and waterfalls in Andaman.

Destinations

Bangkok

Night View of Bangkok

Bustling Bangkok is Thailand’s city-slicking heart and soul, complete with ancient temples, a dizzying array of floating markets and some of the country’s best street food.

Phuket

This coastal province is renowned for its beachscapes, where Thailand’s famous limestone cliffs reign supreme and neon blue water lapping the white sand shores is so beautiful, it’s almost otherworldly.

Krabi

Another beach capital, Krabi is home to mangrove forests and limestone coasts, as well as the famous Phi Phi Islands, which are reachable by ferry.

Khao Lak

Part beach zone, part traditional villages, Khao Lak is a step inside classic Thai life, where rainforests and rugged mountain scenery is kind of the norm.

Koh Samui 

Koh Samui

Koh Samui is a teeny island in the Gulf of Thailand, renowned for its coconut tree-lined beaches, coral reefs and giant gold Big Buddha statue.

Chiang Mai 

thai temple chiang mai

Stashed up in the mountains and the largest city in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a bona fide cultural centre, complete with an Old City that’s home to hundreds of Buddhist temples and original city walls.

If you’ve made up your mind and can’t wait to try out these fun-filled holidays, or simply just want more information, please call Holiday Hypermarket on 0800 916 5100!

Which two destinations would you choose for your multi-centre holiday to Thailand? Let us know in the comments below.