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Thailand Group Tours for Solo Travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Thailand

Why travel solo to Thailand?

Celebrated around the world for its cuisine, you’re likely to be familiar with the flavors of Thailand already. Travel to Bangkok and you’ll feel the country’s food calling out to you from market stalls selling everything from crispy fried bananas to piping hot noodles.

Built on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, your first impressions of the Thai capital may well be skyscrapers and everything done at speed, but Old Bangkok still peeks out between the cracks, in its golden temples, quiet alleyways and traditional shop fronts.

Further north, the cities of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai retain a more provincial charm, marked by traces of the Lanna Kingdom which once ruled the north. The temples here are some of the most unique in the country: hilltop shrines guarded by giant serpents, intricate structures that could have been carved of ice and ultra-modern altars painted in cobalt blue.

Thailand’s south is most famous for its tropical beaches and epic limestone cliffs. Krabi Province, in particular, attracts adventurous types of all levels, especially rock climbers. Looking for an active solo adventure? Step right this way…

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Top places to visit in Thailand

Chiang Mai

This city in mountainous northern Thailand is home to a community of artists and digital nomads, attracted by its relaxed lifestyle and ancient architecture. Here you can sample Thai food at Kad Ton Payom market, wander through tropical gardens and get your culture fix in local galleries.


Krabi is home to the Phi Phi islands, which jut out from the sea like giant green boulders, and the beautiful Railay Beach, a spot popular with rock climbers and only accessible by boat. In Krabi, you’ll find craggy, sheer limestone cliffs and dense mangrove forests, as well as idyllic white sandy beaches.


This heady capital city is abuzz with life. Explore Bangkok the way locals do, by traveling around by tuk-tuk, Skytrain or traditional riverboat. Head to the Old Town to admire the beauty of Wat Pho temple.

Khao Sok

The abundant biodiversity of this national park and nature reserve makes it the perfect spot to explore Thailand’s rural hinterlandTake a boat ride into a lush habitat of rainforests, caves and limestone islands, or grab your hiking boots to see the surrounding countryside on foot.

Trips to Thailand

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10 Days in Asia

Thailand: Phuket & the Andaman Coast

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9 Days in Asia

Alternative Thailand

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10 Days in Asia

Off-Grid in Thailand and Laos

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Thailand facts

What’s the national language?


What’s the currency?

Thai baht


Thailand’s timezone is GMT+7

Top three activities

1. Rock climbing near Krabi
2. A jet-ski safari around Phuket
3. Island-hopping around Samui

Top five dishes to try

1. Tom yum goong – a sour seafood soup spiced with lime and lemongrass
2. Som tam – a fresh spicy papaya salad
3. Tom kha kai – a sour chicken coconut soup
4. Pad thai – a fried noodle dish with peanuts and lime
5. Khao pad – Thai fried rice

86 °f

Average temp in high season

What's the weather like?

Thailand is tropical and humid for most of the year, but the average summer temperature is 86ºF (30ºC), while winter averages 65ºF (18ºC).

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