The kingdom of Thailand is located in the southeast corner of Asia and has been one of the most visited countries for vacation on the continent for several decades. The landscape is very diverse and stretches from the southern peninsula of Malacca to the inhospitable rainforests on the northern border. There are also beautiful cities like Chiang Mai, Phuket and of course the metropolis of Bangkok.
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Vacation Rental Price Information in Thailand
We looked at the prices of vacation rentals in each month and summarized them in the graph above. April is the priciest month to book a vacation rental, so make sure to book in advance for this period to get the best offer. However, there are periods when prices drop significantly. Booking accommodation for your trip is most affordable in june. In the period 6/22 – 6/29, you will pay on average $108 per night.
Rental availability information in Thailand
This graph shows the availability of vacation rentals at different times of year. If you want to visit Thailand in October, make sure to book soon, as 78% of the vacation rentals have already been booked. On the other hand, if you visit in June, you'll have plenty of choice, with 67% of the vacation rentals still available.
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Khao Yai National Park
Wild animals reign supreme in this national park, which covers an area of over 2000 km². You can make multi-day trips by jeep or on foot, during which you will come face to face with elephants, bears, boars and macaques. You will also find spectacular waterfalls, of which the Namtok Heo Suwat is known best.
The residence of the Thai king has an area of over 20 hectares and has about 30 open buildings. If you want to visit the residence, please note that shoulders and knees must be covered.
Wat Phra Kaew
At the palace complex you will also find the temple Wat Phra Kaew, better known as the Emerald Buddha. The structure from 1782 is regarded as the most important temple in the country.
The Big Buddha
This gigantic Buddha statue stands in Central Thailand and is no less than 92m high. It is one of the largest statues in the world and is made entirely of cement with a layer of gold paint on top.
This city museum offers a glimpse into the life of Thailand's middle class in the first half of the 20th century. Walk through two traditional wooden houses and see how the practice of a former surgeon looked like.