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Solo Travel in Thailand: Top Destinations
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The 5 Best Places in Thailand for Solo Travel
Thailand is a large and diverse country with so many things to see and do. Check out our favourite spots for solo travel in Thailand below.
Bangkok is one of the most famous destinations for backpackers in the world. It's huge, noisy, and colourful, with the streets full of tuk-tuks, and boats floating down the Chao Phraya River. The night markets offer delicious street food - it's worth visiting with an organised group to steer you in the direction of the best stalls.
Phuket is a peaceful island with a hippy vibe, with lots of solo travellers who stay in the huts that line the warm, sandy beaches. Phuket city is full of culture, with museums, galleries, and temples.
If you're looking to explore traditional Thailand away from the bars and clubs, then Chiang Mai is a must-see spot. The city boasts dozens of intricate temples and traditional restaurants where you can dine on the floor.
If you're looking for paradise, then Ko Samui is it - with palm trees, azure sea, and hot sun. Solo travellers can take part in group excursions into the rainforest or on boat trips, and there are yoga classes and luxury spas treatments on offer too.
Ko Pha Ngan
Party animals will love this beautiful island. It's known for its monthly Full Moon Parties that draw scores of revellers to the beach to dance the night away until the sun comes up. There's plenty of things to do away from the nightlife scene too, including a breathtaking national park which is home to waterfalls and exotic wildlife.
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Top Tips for Solo Travel in Thailand
Solo travel in Thailand is easy when you follow our top tips.
Stay in hostels
Hostels in Thailand have both single and mixed-sex dorms, and range from budget-friendly to upmarket accommodation with luxurious amenities. They are a great way to meet people from all over the world and to get useful travel tips.
Don't take unlicensed taxis
Thailand is, in general, a safe place for solo travellers, but make sure you always take licensed taxis. If you take a motorbike taxi, always wear a helmet.
Island-hop with a group
There are lots of group excursions that help you navigate the country's many islands, and pre-booking tickets to the best attractions can taking the stress out of travelling.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does holiday accommodation for Solo Travel in Thailand cost?
You can find a brilliant holiday rental within the average price range of £36 - £50, with great discounts of as much as 56% available!
What types of holiday accommodation are available for Solo Travel in Thailand?
To find accommodation and complete the planning for Solo Travel in Thailand, browse our top-notch selection of available Hotel rooms and Apartment rentals.