Start your adventure in the land of a thousand smiles

  • Great for exotic family holidays and honeymoons
  • Visit the floating market of Bangkok
  • See the emerald Buddha of Wat Phrae Kaew
  • Watch graceful Thai dancers
  • Enjoy authentic Thai cuisine and fresh tropical fruit

Friendly and fun-loving

With tropical islands, colourful cities and jungle hideaways, Thailand is perfect for adventurous travellers and family-friendly holidays. Eat at roadside noodle carts or learn how to make Thai green curry with the kids. Watch a Muay-Thai match at Lumpinee Stadium or take a boxing lesson in the ring.

Temples and floating markets

Thailand’s temples are truly a sight to behold. See the majestic emerald Buddha of Wat Phrae Kaew or take a family cycling tour of the sprawling ruins of Old Sukhothai. Kids just love the monkey temple of Lop Buri. For exotic souvenirs, drift along the floating market of Bangkok or explore the bustling alleys of Chatuchak market.

Turquoise seas and tropical islands

Thailand is blessed with over 1,000 tropical islands, with turquoise waters, jasmine and incense scented sea breezes, and white sandy beaches as far as the eye can see – perfect for family holidays. Feast on fresh mangos, pineapple and papaya, swim with tropical fish, or simply enjoy the relaxed, fun-loving atmosphere with an all-inclusive holiday by the Andaman Sea.

Facts of Thailand

Direct Flying Time: 11 hours
Time Difference: +6 Hours
Currency: Thai baht
Best months to visit: Nov - May
Well Known for: Tropical beaches & Cultural heritage
Languages: Thai

Our resort in Thailand


Phuket Club Med in Thailand is dedicated to peace and relaxation. The turquoise sea completes the picture of a totally zen Resort, in beautiful Kata Bay. With its bungalows in the local style, sublime gardens and pool enhanced by lawn and teak, your all-inclusive holiday in Thailand will suspend you in a timeless moment of paradise.

Discover Thailand

A stay in Thailand, an all-included escape

Whether you're in the buzz of the floating market of Chiang Mai, enjoying the sunset over Krabi Bay or in the tranquillity of one of the 40,000 Buddhist temples, you'll find whatever you're looking for in wonderful Thailand.

Thailand: a stay in paradise

From the all-inclusive Club Med Phuket resort, journey by boat to discover Koh Phi Phi - one of Thailand's gems with tuquoise waters and white sandy beaches. Continue your nautical excursion to the north, to the bay of Phang Nga, and climb the little-known island of Koh Yao Noi.

Step back into Thai history

Discover the the cultural history of Thailand with the “Grand Tour of Siam”, first visiting Bangkok's Grand Palace. Once there, visit Wat Phra Kaew and the Emerald Buddha, one of the most important Buddhist sites in the country. Heading back to the north, wander through the alleys of the Ayutthaya Historical Park, A UNESCO World Heritage site with palaces, promenades and temples.

From thrills to tradition, everything is included during your stay in Thailand

Make the most of your stay in Thailand by enjoying the sport of Thai boxing or 'Muay-Thai', either by watching a fight at the Lumpinee Stadium or by taking part in an initiation lesson. Furthermore, the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market will transport you to the heart of timeless Thailand. Amongst the vendors’ stalls and floating canoes, you'll notice the air perfumed by coriander, lime and, a Thai speciality, fresh banana tree flowers!

Grand Palace - Wat Phra Kaew

To fuse together spirituality and cultural discovery during your all-inclusive stay in Thailand, head for Wat Phra Kaew. Named the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, this sacred location is like no other in the country. By choosing the “Sacred Orchids” tour, y…

Ayutthaya Historic Park

The former capital of the country is today a majestic historic park where you can visit ruins of ancient temples during the “Grand Tour of Siam” tour. Wander through the heart of the 300 hectares of serenity and temples on foot, scooter or tuk-tuk. A visi…

Bangkok Grand Palace

The official residence of kings during nearly two centuries, the Grand Palace of Bangkok is an unmissable stop that you’ll discover thanks to the “Sacred Orchids” tour. Succeeding Ayutthaya, the site has an extraordinary wealth of architecture that you ca…

Koh Phi Phi

With the fine sand beached, turquoise waters and rocky cirques, the Phi Phi islands, opposite Phuket, will remain an intense memory from your all-inclusive stay in Thailand. A globally renowned diving site, its protected sea floors will offer you the sett…


Statue of the Grand Buddha

An enormous statue in Phuket, the marble statue of the Grand Buddha at its height of 45 m, watches over Chalong Bay. 40 minutes from the Phuket resort, the site offers a 360 ° over the island and the Andaman Sea. Early in the morning, the romantic atmosph…


Surin and Similan Islands

To the north of Phuket, your all-inclusive stay in Thailand will lead you towards the extraordinary islands of Surin and Similan. These two practically uninhabited archipelagos are home to many protected flora and fauna, which can be discovered via the on…


Laguna Phuket Marathon (ex-Rune Paradise)

08 June 2019 - 09 June 2019

By taking part in the Laguna Phuket Marathon you’ll become part of the biggest marathon in South-East Asia. With a starting point on Laguna Grove, less than 1 hour from the Phuket resort, you’ll be competing against nearly 4000 runners over the famous 42.…

A family holiday in a playground called Thailand

From its luxuriant nature to its mystic temples, and from its wonderful islands to its underwater world, Thailand will awaken your kids’ inner-explorers.

Thailand: playful as it is cultural

It gets its name from the 3 borders it share; Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. The Golden Triangle is a sensational area for family excursions and temple discoveries. The choice is yours; discover the Doi Tung temple at an altitude of 1,700 metres or the anti-conformist white temple, Wat Rong Khun, and its famous bridge. To remember your memories of your time in Thailand after returning home, visit one of the many floating markets, such as the one in Chiang Mai. Little and big kids alike will be fascinated by the charm of the local vendors and customers bargaining from canoe to canoe.

Your family holiday in Thailand: thrills in tropical paradise

After immersing yourself in the rich local culture, continue your family holiday in Thailand with a snorkelling excursion to one of the most beautiful aquatic habitats in the world; the Surin and Similan Islands. Share an unforgettable underwater experience as you come face to face with the tropical fish that inhabit the Andaman sea floor.

Things to do in Thailand

Family adventures

Bridge over the River Kwai

Historians and explorers alike will find themselves untied as a family on the bridge over the River Kwai to admire a view of the Thai Epinal. With this stop on the “Grand Tour of Siam” tour, you will discover a superb relic of the past, surrounded by dens…

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

To the west of Bangkok a Thai spectacle, both popular and unusual, awaits you: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Accessible thanks to the “Grand Tour of Siam” tour, you’ll discover a timeless scene; that of the fruit and vegetable stalls in full colour, dri…

Ko Yao Noi

Accessible from Phuket by boat, Ko Yao Noi, with its 4000 inhabitants, inspires calm in a luxury setting. Far away from the bustle of the metropolis, the island offers your family an exceptional panoramic view over the bay of Phang Nga and its karstic roc…


Phang Nga Bay

Located to the north of Phuket, the famous Phang Nga Bay promises spectacular scenery with 300 calcareous peaks topped with greener than green jungle. Settled into the Andaman coastline, your all-inclusive stay in Thailand is set to be heavenly. Set off a…

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