Paradise incarnate, from top to tail. Lush mountains to the north in Chiang Mai, glorious shining beach islands to the south - Koh Phi Phi, Koh Samui and of course Phuket, and in the middle of it all, the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, teeming with Tuk Tuks, mega malls and nightlife. The local cuisine is world-famous, happily eaten from the carts that line the streets, from a night market, or a beachside hut. Fresh coconuts are practically the national drink. Thailand cheap flights are easy to come by, with Bangkok airport being a major hub for several local airlines.
A labrityth of discoveries under hazy skies - river tours, hidden marketplaces, cosmopolitan restaurants, rooftops, Buddhist temples.
A serene village feel with beautiful temples that provides an authentically Thai experience. Don’t miss the Elephant sanctuaries run by monks.
Gateway to many tiny islands, Phuket combines upbeat nightlife with family and luxury resorts, gorgeous beaches and activities for all ages.
Right now, March/2020 is the cheapest month to travel to Thailand. The most expensive time of year is December/2019.
Emirates, Qantas Airways, Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, Jetstar and Thai AirAsia X have non-stop flights from Australia to Thailand.
The cheapest airline to fly from Australia to Thailand is Malindo Air.
Singapore Airlines is the best airline to fly between Australia and Thailand. If you want direct flights then Emirates is best. The best low-cost airline is AirAsia.