“Discover the many faces of Thailand with a tailor-made multi centre holiday.”

Thailand’s many personalities offer travellers a multitude of different experiences, and so a multi centre holiday is the perfect way to sample different regions. The classic city & beach combination is ever-popular, fusing the high-octane urban jungle of Bangkok with one of Thailand’s many heavenly beach resorts.

Why not sandwich a Bangkok trip between two separate beach breaks, creating the most exquisite Thai experience. To fully discover this diverse nation, include a visit to the mountainous northern cities of Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, where golden temples gleam and hill tribes flourish.

We have a number of ready-made Thailand multi centre holidays, so have a read and see what takes your fancy. As ever, we can also create bespoke trips based on the countries and regions you want to visit, and there’s no limit on how many countries you can mix and match. Whether you fancy a Vietnam and Thailand combination; a Cambodia, Malaysia and Indonesia adventure; or simply a pure Thai taster, it’s all down to you. Contact one of our advisors and let your imagination take you away.

Call 0161 430 6565 or email sales@ninetyeast.co.uk

Thailand Multi Centre Holidays

Fast Facts
  • Time Difference GMT +7 approx
  • Currency Thai Baht
  • Flight Time 11 hours 35 minutes from UK
  • Capital Bangkok
  • Best time to go November to March

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