Thailand Bed and breakfast holidays

Thailand Bed and breakfast holidays
Phu Chi Fah bed & breakfast bungalows, Northern Thailand
Peaceful green mountain getaway, natural Northern Thailand, from Baht1600 - Baht2600 per accommodation per night
Isan accommodation, North East Thailand
A Guesthouse in a "Phu Thai" tribe Village. Also offer tours, from Baht900 - Baht1800 per room per night
Northeast Thailand villa accommodation
Experience Northeast Thailand from your catered pool villa, from 149 per villa per night (sleeps 4)
Chiang Mai resort, Northern Thailand
Styled ecolodge in Chiang mai countryside, from Baht2000 - Baht3500 per room per night
Thailand rural farm stay holiday
Farm stay located in beautiful northeast Thailand, from Baht200 per person per night

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Isan accommodation, North East Thailand
Just what we had been hoping for - a place to experience 'the real Thailand' and plenty of opportunity to learn about the place and its people, off the beaten track but still with enough home comforts to make it relaxing for us and our children. (more)Rachel Holland
We had a wonderful time at this village. It was a good blend of relaxation and excursion. The host couple, Noi and David are very warm people and made efforts to make this trip a memorable one for us. Our 19 month old had great company with the village kids. (more)Anshuman Asthana
From Baht900 - Baht1800 per room per night

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

Thailand travel information

Bangkok may appear increasingly westernised, but even here in the capital city modern life is underpinned by a strong sense of history and tradition. The network of canals (khlongs) offers visitors a different view of city life from that which is presented in the teeming bustle of the streets. There are over 300 Buddhist temples and shrines within the city limits, and among other sites of interest are the Pakkard Palace, National Museum and famous floating market.

In the central plains, the ancient city kingdom of Sukhothai is a World Heritage Site and covers a huge area of palaces, temples, pavilions, lakes and waterways. There are numerous community-based trips and visits available in Thailand, especially in the north around Chiang Mai, where the rich heritage and traditional lives of the various hill tribes can be experienced by staying in local villages.

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Country facts for Thailand holidays

Weather
Thailand has a largely tropical climate so is hot all year around. The rainy season is July to October, except on the south-east coast (including Ko Samui) where the rainy season is November to February.

Languages
The official language in Thailand is Thai.

Money
The currency in Thailand is the Baht (THB).

Time zone
GMT+7 (UTC+7).
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