Private jet charter to Thailand
Thailand can be exactly what you need it to be. If you’re looking to simply kick back and relax, head to one of the many islands such as Koh Samui or Pattaya, for more of a party vibe, you’ll enjoy a night out in glittering Bangkok, or the infamous Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan. If it’s diving and snorkelling, Koh Tao is ideal, whilst for the most culture, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in the north are where you’ll find the most authentic experiences. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Thailand.
The beating heart of Thailand, Bangkok is a city that is equally buzzing come day or night. During the day youâ€™ll find marketplaces overflowing with produce, souvenirs and clothing, perfect for those looking for something to sake their thirst or take home as a permanent reminder of your journey. Historically thereâ€™s also plenty to see and do, with the opulent Grand Palace and its emerald Buddha a firm favourite, along with Wat Pho and its reclining Buddha, Wat Arun and Wat Bowon, home to Buddhaâ€™s footprints.
Further north youâ€™ll find less mainstream tourism, with this kind of area catering more to your backpackers and those looking for more culture and history. Chiang Rai province is famed for its dramatic scenery, and its capital city of the same name is one of the best places from which to explore some of the more remote areas of northern Thailand. Chiang Mai is the other popular northern city, and allows visitors to enjoy a much more sedate pace of Thai life. In the nearby foothills you can also visit villages still immersed in traditional Thai life, where modern society hasnâ€™t yet taken a hold.
There are still some islands that offer this idyllic pace of life, but many of the more touristy islands have a different kind of vibe nowadays. If youâ€™re looking to party, Koh Phangan is home to the Full Moon Party, and one frequented by many young travellers. For an island with a nice mix of idyllic beach, beautiful waterfalls, temples and bustling towns, Koh Samui is ideal. Koh Tao is a smaller island, but famed for its diving and snorkelling, though even here, you can find a few bars and restaurants to keep your entertained. There are plenty of other islands, such as Pattaya, Phuket and Koh Lanta, each offering something a little different.