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Thailand The Ultimate Wellness Destination

The Ultimate Wellness Destination

You deserve a wellness escape. Our suggestion? Thailand.

With its stunning tropical beaches, emerald waters, and endless options for adventure or relaxation, Thailand is where you can experience wellness your way. 

Wellness is going to the spa and enjoying a relaxing Thai massage. It's also scuba diving in Koh Tao, trying Muay Thai, or exploring all the wonderful sights in Phuket (such as the world-famous beaches and the Big Buddha). At the end of the day, wellness is what you want it to be. You decide.

Discover the treasure trove of wellness options in Thailand and get inspired by our exciting footage!
 

Wellness Options in Thailand

  • Thai massage

    Try a Thai Massage

    The quintessential wellness experience, a Thai massage feels like a blend of yoga, traditional massage, and a chiropractic adjustment. Ease your jet lag with a wonderful Thai massage.
     

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  • Meditate Thai Monks

    Meditate With Monks

    Experience greater awareness, improved emotional health, and possibly even spiritual renewal through meditation. Visit a Buddhist monastery in Thailand and learn from the best.
     

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  • Thai beach relax

    Relax On a Thai Beach

    From Koh Lipe’s exotic landscape to the soft, sandy shores of Phuket, Thailand is home to some of the world's most beautiful beaches. Grab your sunscreen and get that vitamin D!
     

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  • Thai cooking

    Learn the Art of Thai Cooking

    Expand your horizons and let your taste buds soar by learning how to make culinary masterpieces such as green curry, pad thai, and peanut sauce. Cooking will never be the same!
     

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  • Muay Thai Class

    Take a Muay Thai Class

    Referred to as the “art of eight limbs,” Muay Thai utilizes the fists, elbows, knees, and shins. Enjoy the physical exertion and stress relief offered by Thailand’s national sport.
     

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  • Thai temples

    Enjoy Spectacular Sightseeing

    Thailand is famous for its stunning palaces, ornate temples, and numerous Buddha statues. From Wat Pho in Bangkok to Phuket’s Big Buddha, your sightseeing options are endless!
     

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  • Thailand hiking

    Go On a Hiking Adventure

    If you achieve wellness through hiking, then Thailand is your paradise! Hike through beautiful national parks, lush jungles, and mystical mountains to enjoy unbeatable views.
     

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  • thailand sea

    Swim In the Sea

    From swimming and splashing to snorkeling and scuba diving, nothing beats an aquatic adventure. Grab your swimsuit and jump in the water – the fascinating world under the sea awaits!
     

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    Fly Safely with Qatar Airways

    Qatar Airways Thailand

    Your Next Journey to Phuket Awaits

    Now that you’re ready to start planning your next adventure to Phuket, Thailand, you can rely on Qatar Airways to get you there safely. Based out of Doha’s Hamad International Airport, Qatar Airways is the only airline in the world to hold the SKYTRAX 5-STAR ratings for the highest quality hygiene standards and COVID-19 safety measures.

    Take a look at all your Qatar Airways flight options from any of the 12 U.S. gateways, and start planning your Thailand adventure today.
     
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    Best Thailand Adventures

    When to Visit?

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    1. Peak Season

      November to March

      Most of the country enjoys a dry season from December through March, making this the perfect time to travel. Temperatures will reach an average high of 35°C in Bangkok and surrounding areas. These ideal temperatures often attract the crowds, thereby adding more excitement to the notable Chiang Mai Flower Festival in February and the monthly Full Moon parties.

    2. Low Season

      July to October

      Although Thailand’s warm temperatures can be enjoyed year-round, this time is known as the rainy season when one should also prepare for monsoons. With that said, the low season benefits from fewer crowds and even lower flight or hotel prices. Moreover, this season hosts the wonderful Ubon Ratchathani Khao Phansa celebrations and other smaller festivals.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    • What is the Phuket Sandbox?

      Backed by the Royal Thai Government, the Phuket Sandbox allows fully vaccinated travelers to enjoy the entire island of Phuket without having to quarantine in a hotel. Read more about this exciting program and start planning your Thailand adventure!
    • Are there any travel restrictions for Thailand?

      For the most up-to-date travel information, please check the following websites:
      U.S. Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs 
      Tourism Authority of Thailand
      COVID-19 Info: Travel Restrictions By Country
    • Do I need a visa to visit Thailand?

      Since visa requirements are regularly being updated and vary based on your nationality, TourRadar can't give specific visa advice. However, we have a helpful link that will enable you to see if you require a visa through our visa partner, Sherpa. Lastly, we recommend checking the U.S. Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs for the latest up-to-date information. 
    • Which currency is used in Thailand?

      The Thai Baht (THB) is the official currency. If you would rather not change money before entering Thailand, that's fine. You can simply wait until you arrive at the airport in Thailand. Another option is to withdraw cash from an ATM.
    • How many international airports are there in Thailand?

      Great news! There are many international airports in Thailand such as the Phuket International Airport (HKT), Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK). Once you're ready to book flights, look no further than Qatar Airways.
    • Is travel insurance mandatory?

      Not only do we at TourRadar strongly recommend travel insurance, but many of our tour operators require it. Moreover, if you're planning to travel abroad, comprehensive insurance coverage is now a mandatory entry requirement for some countries.