First Class Flights to Thailand
Thailand is a country that simple burst with beauty and luxury. Nicknamed the Golden Land it has a reputation of being a county that allows you to be extravagant and really treat yourself. There is so much to see here that you really will be spoilt for choice for things to do. If you do visit the beautiful country why not take some time out to explore the coastline and even take a trip to Phang Nga Bay and explore the half-submerged caves and grottos.
Flying First class from UK to Thailand
First class flights to Thailand are available in abundance. There are at least 10 airways that give you the chance to fly direct from the UK to Thailand. It doesn’t matter which part of the UK you are from you can usually get direct first class flights to Thailand. Flight time is in the region of 12 hours which makes it well worth investing in first class flights to Thailand.
When to Travel First Class to Thailand
The weather in Thailand is tropical which means that it is generally hot and humid throughout the whole year. There are actually three main seasons in Thailand where the weather changes.
The coolest time of the year is anytime between November and February. Although weather is still warm you may find it cold enough to want to wear a sweater in the north of the country. It is hottest between March and June where temperatures reach peaks of around 40c. Monsoon season is July to October where rain comes in short, sharp bursts.
Where to Stay and Getting Around for First Class Travellers
There are plenty of accommodation types to choose from through out Thailand. These generally vary depending on where abouts you are staying. The capital city of Bangkok has a number of luxury hotels right in the centre. If you want something more historic then the city of Ayutthaya is a popular choice. Pattaya is one of the main tourist places to visit which offers a wide variety of accommodation choices.
Getting around locally is simple and hassle free. In bigger towns especially taxis are easy to flag down or even book in advance.
Useful Information for First Class Travelers to Thailand
Thailand is a hot country which can be hard to bear if you are not used to. Stay out of the sun in the late afternoon and drink plenty of water. Thailand has a great varied culture to enjoy so you should try and experience as much of this as possible whilst you are there.
Recommended areas to visit include Ko Chang (a quiet island), Ko Pha Ngan (coast line home of the famous Full Moon Party), Khao Sok National Park (wild life reserve) or the Khao Yai National Park (offering night time jeep safari’s). There are also a wide range of trendy bars and restaurants which allow you to experience the night life of Thailand as well as places to shop and generally relax whilst you enjoy your stay here.