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Large vacation apartment for 3 people in Long Beach, with garden
99 reviews
$70per night
Villa for 7 people in Koh Lanta, with pool
7 pers., 3 bedrooms, 2.5mi to the beach
$149per night
Lodge for 2 people in Surat Thani Province, with garden
601 reviews
$34per night
Resort for 3 people in Loh Bagao Bay, with sauna and garden
2693 reviews
$270per night
Bungalow for 4 people in Koh Samui, with balcony/terrace and terrace
4 pers., 1 bedrooms, 40yd to the beach
13 reviews
$58per night
Resort for 2 people in Hua Hin, with garden, with pets
114 reviews
$65per night
Resort for 2 people in Khao Lak, with garden
31 reviews
$71per night
Resort for 2 people in Khao Lak, with garden
57 reviews
$21per night
Apartment for 3 people in Bangkok, with pool and garden
14 reviews
$30per night
Large vacation apartment for 7 people in Rayong Province, with pool and garden
9 reviews
$78per night
Villa for 4 people in Phuket Province, with garden
$98per night
Apartment for 2 people in Koh Samui, with garden
83 reviews
$70per night
Bungalow for 2 people in Ban Tai, with pool and garden
113 reviews
$41per night
Apartment for 6 people in Phuket Province, with jacuzzi and balcony/terrace as well as sauna
6 pers., 1 bedrooms, 100yd to the beach
1 review
$100per night
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Pattaya, with pool and garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 0.6mi to the beach
$54per night
Vacation apartment for 2 people in Thong Sala Beach, with balcony/terrace
2 pers., 1 bedrooms, 10yd to the beach
2 reviews
$40per night
Large vacation apartment for 4 people in Hua Hin, with jacuzzi and pool as well as garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 1.8mi to the beach
3 reviews
$38per night
Villa for 4 people in Koh Samui, with pool and garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 850yd to the beach
5 reviews
$124per night
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Highlights in Thailand

  • Superb beaches
  • Excellent dive sites
  • Beautiful temples
  • Exciting cities
  • Spicy, delicious cuisine
  • Charismatic wildlife
  • Great hiking trails
  • Historical attractions

Most popular in Thailand

Pool 8,863
Internet 13,957
Pet allowed 1,682
Balcony/Terrace 9,531
TV 2,578
Air conditioning 12,800
Garden 9,134
Parking 13,359
Washing machine 1,457

Thailand Vacation Rentals

Find a tropical paradise in Thailand

Thailand is full of magical beaches, exciting cities, colorful villages and heart-stoppingly scenic regions. Thankfully for vacationers, the country is also crammed with fantastic vacation rentals, with options for every traveler. Some of the best of all are located along the coast of Phuket province, where you’ll find vacation homes beside soft, white beaches and within sight of the warm, azure waters of the Indian Ocean. It’s heaven for beach fans.

Rent a vacation apartment in central Bangkok

Sprawling, energetic and absorbing, Bangkok is one of Asia’s great cities, and it has a wide range of rental homes as well. Stay in condos with their own pools and gyms, find standalone houses in the suburbs, or properties just a short walk away from buzzing shopping areas like Sukhumvit Road. Find somewhere quiet or right at the heart of it all by searching on the Holidu database.

Vacationing in Thailand

A magical land of sunshine, beaches, nature and fascinating cultural attractions

One of Asia’s finest tourist destinations, Thailand blends sublime beaches with vibrant cities. It’s a place where you can dive and snorkel in dazzling reef systems; stay at golf resorts, dine on delicious curries, and explore beautiful temples. In short, it’s vacation heaven.

Ways to get to rental homes in Thailand

Reaching a vacation rental anywhere in Thailand won’t be tough. The country is well served by international airlines, but you’ll need to transfer if you are flying from the USA. For example, you can fly to Bangkok or Phuket from New York with stopovers in cities like Dubai or Moscow. You can also hop over the Pacific from LA via Tokyo – so there are plenty of options.

Finding your way around Thailand

If you touch down in Bangkok, there are buses and Rail Link trains into the city center. From there, you can either rent a car and explore on your own, travel to major cities via air conditioned buses or catch the train to destinations like Chiang Mai (which is a good way to see the interior of the country).

Royal Park Rajapruek, Chiang Mai
Royal Park Rajapruek, Chiang Mai


A fantastic beach and sea destination

Whether you intend to dive to wrecks and coral reefs, snorkel in the shallows, paddleboard, swim or take the helm of a powerboat, you can do it all at Thailand’s beaches, which are among the best in the world.

A great place for history lovers to explore

Beautiful Buddhist temples seem to be everywhere in Thailand, where exceptional attractions include the royal Grand Palace, Bangkok’s Wat Arun temple and Wat Saket – a golden temple that rises majestically above the capital’s suburbs.

Great fun for foodies

Thai food has become well-known across the world. Why not visit the source, where you can find out how authentic satay tastes, enjoy huge portions of Pad Thai and test yourself against formidably spicy green and red curries?

Gulf of Thailand
Gulf of Thailand

Top 5 things to do in Thailand

1. See Bangkok’s historic attractions

While the Grand Palace is an absolute must-see, Bangkok has plenty of monuments, museums and temples to visit, including Wat Pho, with its immense reclining Buddha and the Wat Arun temple complex beside the river.

2. Visit an elephant sanctuary

Elephants and Thailand go together like eagles and America. You can see Indian elephants at close quarters by visiting the Elephant Nature Park in the northern part of the country.

3. Stop off at some of Thailand’s islands

Thailand’s islands are some of its most beautiful places. In particular, islands like Ko Samui (a major party center), Ko Samet and Ko Tao attract huge numbers of visitors every year, seeking relaxation, secluded beaches and buzzing seafront bars.

4. Go Scuba diving at the country’s best dive sites

Thailand is a magnet for serious and novice divers alike. Phi Phi Islands in the Andaman Sea, and the waters around Phuket abound with richly colored tropical fish, and there are places to learn the ropes. Be sure to do so if you can. It’s an unforgettable experience.

5. Make a trip to Kanchanaburi

Near the Myanmar border, Kanchanaburi always attracts visitors for its scenic beauty. There are also some historical attractions like the famous Bridge on the River Kwai, and Hellfire Pass – a 500 meter trench dug by British and US prisoners of war to make way for a WW2 Japanese railway.

According to the Global Destinations Cities Index, Thailand’s capital Bangkok is officially the world’s “most visited city”, welcoming around 16 million people every year.

Useful Information

Remember that Thailand is a tropical destination

Thailand’s climate is classically tropical, with stead temperatures all year-round (hardly ever dipping below 80 degrees). The seasonal difference is all about precipitation. If you want to avoid epic rain showers, visit the country between March and June (the “hot” season) or from November through February (the not very cool “cool” season).

Things to think about before you go

If you intend to drive during your stay in Thailand, that shouldn’t be a problem. However, you’ll technically need to obtain an International Driving Permit (IDP) before you travel. You might be fine with a simple license, but it’s not worth the risk. Don’t be put off driving though, as in Thailand it’s great to have the flexibility to move around. One beach could fill up fast, while other nearby locations are virtually empty. If you have wheels of your own, you can easily find somewhere less busy to unwind.