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ชื่องาน          : "มหกรรมท่องเที่ยวไทย" ครั้งที่ 29 Thai International Travel Fair 2024 - TITF#29

ลักษณะ         : งานแสดงสินค้าและบริการด้านการท่องเที่ยวในประเทศ และข้อมูลการท่องเที่ยวของต่างประเทศ สำหรับธุรกิจท่องเที่ยวโดยเฉพาะ ซึ่งคาดว่าจะมีผู้ประกอบการธุรกิจท่องเที่ยว และนักท่องเที่ยว เข้าร่วมงานไม่ต่ำกว่า 200,000 คน

1. งานออกร้านด้านการท่องเที่ยว

2. รองรับฤดูท่องเที่ยวเดือนกุมภาพันธ์ - พฤษภาคม 2567

3. ผู้เข้าชมงานสามารถซื้อรายการทัวร์ในประเทศจากบริษัทฯ ทัวร์ชั้นนำ เรือสำราญ และยังจองโรงแรม ที่พัก ตั๋วเครื่องบิน และบริการสันทนาการของการท่องเที่ยวได้โดยตรง

4. การเดินทางสะดวก ด้วยรถยนต์ส่วนตัว รถประจำทาง และรถไฟฟ้าใต้ดิน

สถานที่          : ศูนย์การประชุมแห่งชาติสิริกิติ์

วัน / เวลา      :             วันก่อสร้างคูหา

     วันที่ 23 มกราคม 2567        (พื้นที่เปล่า)                       เวลา 13.00 - 24.00 น.

     วันที่ 24 มกราคม 2567        (พื้นที่มาตรฐาน,เปล่า)          เวลา 10.00 - 24.00 น.

     วันที่ 25-28 มกราคม 2567                                         เวลา 10.00 - 20.00 น.

     วันที่ 28 มกราคม 2567                                              เวลา 20.00 - 24.00 น.

จำนวนผู้แสดงงาน               : 754 บูธ

ประชาสัมพันธ์ / โฆษณา      : สื่อสิงพิมพ์ / ป้ายโฆษณา / วิทยุ / สื่อออนไลน์   

ผู้แสดงงาน     : ประกอบด้วย โรงแรมที่พัก / สปา / สายการบินระหว่างประเทศ / ในประเทศ / องค์การส่งเสริมการท่องเที่ยวต่างประเทศ / เรือสำราญ / บริษัทนำเที่ยว / สื่อรายการนำเที่ยว / บริการที่เกี่ยวกับสันทนาการและการท่องเที่ยว

เงื่อนไขการเข้าร่วมงาน :

1. เป็นผู้ประกอบธุรกิจที่เกี่ยวข้องกับการท่องเที่ยว องค์การส่งเสริมการท่องเที่ยว สายการบิน เรือสำราญ ฯลฯ

2. สมาชิกห้ามโอนสิทธิ์ให้กับบุคคลอื่นและกรณีปรับเปลี่ยนป้ายชื่อบูธมีค่าใช้จ่ายชื่อละ 5,000 บาท

3. ชำระเงินครบตามจำนวน และยินยอมปฏิบัติตามข้อกำหนดของผู้จัดงาน

เงื่อนไขการชำระเงิน   : ชำระเงินเต็มจำนวนทั้งหมดในทันทีหลังจากได้รับใบแจ้งหนี้ หากไม่ชำระตามเงื่อนไขดังกล่าว สมาคมฯ ขอสงวนสิทธิ ยึดเงินมัดจำ และจำหน่ายบูธดังกล่าว

การชำระเงิน             : ชำระเงินโดยเช็คขีดคร่อม ชื่อบัญชี เที่ยวทั่วไทย ไปทั่วโลก หรือ โอนเงินเข้าบัญชี ธนาคารกรุงเทพ สาขาราชเทวี บัญชีสะสมทรัพย์  เลขที่ 123-4-58077-5

Thai International Travel Fair 2023

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Thai International Travel Fair 2023, a much-anticipated event for both local and international travelers, is back in full swing. Plan your trip and find the best deals on hotels, cruises, airlines, tour packages, and other services. 16 - 19 February, 2023 during 10.00 - 20.00 hrs. 

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The Thai Travel Agents Association ’s Thai International Travel Fair promises to offer perfect holiday experiences. Every year, attendees can expect to find services to meet all their travel needs, from budget-friendly tour packages to those aimed at maximum comfort and luxury.

With Thailand’s reopening to international travel, the fair is set to hold its 27th edition (TITF#27) from December 23rd to 26th, 2021 during 10:00am – 9:00pm, at the ICONSIAM shopping center.

Program Highlights

The event allows participants to interact directly with service providers, be it transportation, accommodations, food and beverage, or activities. Various tour packages will be available at special rates, without compromising on quality and standards. To date, over 290 booths have been registered with an anticipated 100,000 participants and over THB100 million (US$3 million) expected to change hands. 

Apart from travel services, the fair is packed with entertainment. Recognizing the draw of Thai culture, the Ministry of Culture has prepared a Khon performance and traditional dances from the four regions of the Kingdom.

With Thailand’s APEC 2022 chairmanship , the tourism industry is shifting towards sustainable travel. An exhibition will showcase 10 community-based tourism destinations, in the hopes of supporting sustainable community livelihoods and attractions.

Head to the event website for the complete list of booths and other updates.

Tourism Rebound

Two years of pandemic restrictions have had an outsized impact on the travel and tourism industries, and Thailand was no exception. Nonetheless, business sentiment is finding that the worst is behind us, and the fair aims to ignite a revival in Thai tourism.

According to Kritsada Rattanapruek, Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, East Region, these events serve as a trial for the country’s reopening, which is set to welcome over 13 million visitors and THB800 billion (US$24 billion) in 2022.

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Traveloka launches International Travel Fair to boost Thailand’s ongoing global tourism revival

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The Traveloka International Travel Fair serves up the biggest range of international travel offerings with incredible deals providing up to 99% off on end-to-end travel products.

BANGKOK – Traveloka , Southeast Asia’s leading travel platform, remains committed to Thailand’s ongoing tourism revival and surging global travel by holding Traveloka International Travel Fair 2023 . Riding on the momentum of border restrictions removal in most countries, Traveloka reaffirms its commitment to contribute to the international tourism sector by offering a wide range of travel products. This includes transportation, accommodation and lifestyle deals with discounts of up to 99% off via international partners.

Traveloka has seen a strong uplift in international travel. In Thailand, international flight and accommodation searches surged by 200% during the first quarter of 2023 compared to the same period last year. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) also reported growth in the previous quarter of 2022, when the Thai outbound market surged to a three-year high in December 2022.

Top Traveloka destinations within Asia such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and in particular, Japan, remain favorites with Thais. The Thai Travel Services Association (TTSA) said as many as 1 million Thais could visit Japan this year, as outbound tourism is recovering. The TTSA predicted that the total number of outbound tourists could reach between 6 to 7 million, or about 70% of pre-pandemic figures.

Iko Putera , CEO of Transport for Traveloka, said, “To serve our users in Thailand, Traveloka continues to embrace opportunities to stay ahead of the curve by responding to changing traveler behavior with consumer-centric solutions while also contributing positively to the tourism industry. The International Travel Fair is part of the company’s commitment in growing global tourism, while providing convenience to our customers in planning and realizing their travel aspirations, especially for international travel.

“The International Travel Fair in Thailand last year saw a near sixfold increase in international flights transactions, which is evidence that it increased customers’ demand while supporting our business partners. We also remain bullish on outbound travel and believe the discounts and deals available at the fair will continue to propel further demand. Not only we are passionate about reviving Thailand’s tourism industry, the International Travel Fair is also expected to drive revenue to our valued business partners,” Iko added.

Baifern Pimchanok , Brand Ambassador for Traveloka Thailand and Vietnam, is a regular user of the app and she agreed the International Travel Fair would help drive Thailand’s tourism renaissance. She said: “I love to explore new destinations, and I always use the Traveloka app when traveling because of how its seamless booking journey saves time. It also offers a consistent number of deals on flights, accommodation and experiences at reasonable rates in addition to information on destinations I like to visit. I hope Traveloka’s International Travel Fair enables consumers to find great deals to inspire their thirst for travel.”

Scheduled from 29 May to 2 June 2023 and in collaboration with over 4,500+ international business partners, this year Traveloka’s International Travel Fair will also feature offline pre-promotional activities for the first time, including a pop-up booth at EMQuartier (A Space, third floor) on 23 May 2023 for participants to secure additional discount coupons. To complement the travel experiences, Traveloka International Travel Fair also highlights its lifestyle offerings under its ‘Xperience’ product and is providing special discounts on attractions, activities, tours, international data plan, beauty and spa products.

While offering amazing deals to its customers, Traveloka also enhances its travel products with excellent features that allow users to plan their trip conveniently. Those features include:

  • Flights – Student Tickets feature allows student passengers to get the best price packed with added benefits such as advanced seat selection, extra baggage allowance, meals, and travel insurance.
  • Hotels – Pay Upon Check-In lets guests pay on check-in while providing added peace-of-mind with guaranteed stays, easy refunds, and easy rescheduling.
  • Xperience – provides customers access to both easy refunds and easy rescheduling on world class beauty and spa products plus much, much more.

Additional benefits will be available for Traveloka customers by simply downloading the Traveloka app or updating to the most recent version, navigate to the International Travel Fair section on the homepage, and take advantage of savings on both domestic and international travel.

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TAT welcomes all to 41st Thailand Tourism Festival in Bangkok

The 2-6 august 2023 show features travel and tourism offerings from around thailand with a focus on innovation and meaningful travel towards sustainability..

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Bangkok, 3 August 2023 – The 41st Thailand Tourism Festival (TTF 2023) officially opened and will run until Sunday, 6 August, at Bangkok’s Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, showcasing an exciting array of tourism products and services from around Thailand, including up-and-coming Unseen New Chapters attractions along with fascinating culture and heritage, and delicious regional cuisine.

TAT welcomes all to 41st Thailand Tourism Festival in Bangkok

Presiding over the opening ceremony, H.E. Mr. Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, Thailand’s Minister of Tourism and Sports, said “The annual Thailand Tourism Festival is an important platform to demonstrate the Thai tourism industry’s commitment to make Thailand the preferred destination for travellers from around the world. In its 41st edition, the Festival will herald Thailand’s tourism towards the 2024 strategic direction that will continue to elevate the tourism supply and sustainable standards, as well as leverage the Thai soft powers to promote and develop high-value and sustainable tourism in Thailand.”

Conceptualised and organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) under the concept of ‘Inno-Cultural for Sustainable Tourism’, the TTF 2023 will focus on promoting Unseen tourist attractions, telling Untold stories, sharing Unlimited experiences, unveiling Unbox travel activities, and highlighting amazing travel opportunities that are Unpredictable beyond expectations, Unbelievable in their appeal, and Unforgettable in the impressions they will create.

Ms. Thapanee Kiatphaibool, TAT Deputy Governor for Domestic Marketing, said “The TTF 2023 is aimed to help stimulate travel within Thailand and to create greater awareness of the unique characters of each of Thailand’s five regions, as well as to promote Thai tourism’s increased push towards sustainability in line with the Thai government’s Bio-Circular-Green or BCG Economy Model.”

TAT welcomes all to 41st Thailand Tourism Festival in Bangkok

Visitors to the TTF 2023 will be able to immerse themselves in the Thai way of life and update themselves on the tourism offerings from around the kingdom at five uniquely designed tourism villages representing the five regions of Thailand, plus four additional zones on Amazing Thailand, Thai Tourism Alliances, Net Zero Tourism, and the Main Stage for cultural and musical performances. Both the exhibitors and visitors are encouraged to adopt a zero landfills concept, thus reflecting Thailand’s tourism push towards more sustainable tourism and Net Zero Tourism.

During the five-day event, TAT estimates that the TTF 2023 would generate around 80-100 million Baht. It is expected that 80,000-100,000 visitors will come to the event spending about 800 Baht per person.

The TTF 2023 is taking place from 2-6 August 2023, from 10-00-21.00 Hrs. with the event being held at the LG Hall 5-8 floors of the QSNCC. Entrance is free.

Visitors are encouraged to use the MRT underground to the QSNCC Station and walk through Exit 3 to the event. More information is available on the TAT Contact Centre 1672.

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23 May 2023 - 2 min read

Traveloka launches International Travel Fair to boost Thailand's ongoing global tourism revival

Bangkok, 23 May 2023 – Traveloka, Southeast Asia’s leading travel platform, remains committed to Thailand’s ongoing tourism revival and surging global travel by holding Traveloka International Travel Fair 2023 . Riding on the momentum of border restrictions removal in most countries, Traveloka reaffirms its commitment to contribute to the international tourism sector by offering a wide range of travel products. This includes transportation, accommodation and lifestyle deals with discounts of up to 99% off via international partners.

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Iko Putera, CEO of Transport for Traveloka and Baifern Pimchanok, Brand Ambassador for Traveloka Thailand and Vietnam during the launching procession for Traveloka International Travel Fair 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand

Traveloka has seen a strong uplift in international travel. In Thailand, international flight and accommodation searches surged by 200% during the first quarter of 2023 compared to the same period last year. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) also reported growth in the previous quarter of 2022, when the Thai outbound market surged to a three-year high in December 2022 .

Top Traveloka destinations within Asia such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and in particular, Japan, remain favorites with Thais. The Thai Travel Services Association (TTSA) said as many as 1 million Thais could visit Japan this year, as outbound tourism is recovering. The TTSA predicted that the total number of outbound tourists could reach between 6 to 7 million, or about 70% of pre-pandemic figures.

Iko Putera, CEO of Transport for Traveloka , said, "To serve our users in Thailand, Traveloka continues to embrace opportunities to stay ahead of the curve by responding to changing traveler behavior with consumer-centric solutions while also contributing positively to the tourism industry. The International Travel Fair is part of the company’s commitment in growing global tourism, while providing convenience to our customers in planning and realizing their travel aspirations, especially for international travel.

“The International Travel Fair in Thailand last year saw a near sixfold increase in international flights transactions, which is evidence that it increased customers' demand while supporting our business partners. We also remain bullish on outbound travel and believe the discounts and deals available at the fair will continue to propel further demand. Not only we are passionate about reviving Thailand's tourism industry, the International Travel Fair is also expected to drive revenue to our valued business partners,” Iko added.

Baifern Pimchanok, Brand Ambassador for Traveloka Thailand and Vietnam, is a regular user of the app and she agreed the International Travel Fair would help drive Thailand’s tourism renaissance. She said: “I love to explore new destinations, and I always use the Traveloka app when traveling because of how its seamless booking journey saves time. It also offers a consistent number of deals on flights, accommodation and experiences at reasonable rates in addition to information on destinations I like to visit. I hope Traveloka’s International Travel Fair enables consumers to find great deals to inspire their thirst for travel.”

Scheduled from 29 May to 2 June 2023 and in collaboration with over 4,500+ international business partners, this year Traveloka's International Travel Fair will also feature offline pre-promotional activities for the first time, including a pop-up booth at EMQuartier (A Space, third floor) on 23 May 2023 for participants to secure additional discount coupons. To complement the travel experiences, Traveloka International Travel Fair also highlights its lifestyle offerings under its ‘Xperience’ product and is providing special discounts on attractions, activities, tours, international data plan, beauty and spa products.

While offering amazing deals to its customers, Traveloka also enhances its travel products with excellent features that allow users to plan their trip conveniently. Those features include:

Additional benefits will be available for Traveloka customers by simply downloading the Traveloka app or updating to the most recent version, navigate to the International Travel Fair section on the homepage, and take advantage of savings on both domestic and international travel. For more information and program terms and conditions, please visit https://www.traveloka.com/en-th/promotion/internationaltravelfair2023

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Global Travel Fair Ignites Thailand’s Tourism Revival!

Chisa Boonmee

Traveloka, Southeast Asia’s leading travel platform, remains committed to Thailand’s ongoing tourism revival and surging global travel by holding Traveloka International Travel Fair 2023. Riding on the momentum of border restrictions removal in most countries, Traveloka reaffirms its commitment to contribute to the international tourism sector by offering a wide range of travel products. This includes transportation, accommodation and lifestyle deals with discounts of up to 99% off via international partners.

Traveloka has seen a strong uplift in international travel. In Thailand, international flight and accommodation searches surged by 200% during the first quarter of 2023 compared to the same period last year. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) also reported growth in the previous quarter of 2022, when the Thai outbound market surged to a three-year high in December 2022.

Top Traveloka destinations within Asia such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and in particular, Japan, remain favorites with Thais. The Thai Travel Services Association (TTSA) said as many as 1 million Thais could visit Japan this year, as outbound tourism is recovering. The TTSA predicted that the total number of outbound tourists could reach between 6 to 7 million, or about 70% of pre-pandemic figures.

Iko Putera, CEO of Transport for Traveloka, said, “To serve our users in Thailand, Traveloka continues to embrace opportunities to stay ahead of the curve by responding to changing traveler behavior with consumer-centric solutions while also contributing positively to the tourism industry. The International Travel Fair is part of the company’s commitment in growing global tourism, while providing convenience to our customers in planning and realizing their travel aspirations, especially for international travel.

“The International Travel Fair in Thailand last year saw a near sixfold increase in international flights transactions, which is evidence that it increased customers’ demand while supporting our business partners. We also remain bullish on outbound travel and believe the discounts and deals available at the fair will continue to propel further demand. Not only we are passionate about reviving Thailand’s tourism industry, the International Travel Fair is also expected to drive revenue to our valued business partners,” Iko added.

Baifern Pimchanok, Brand Ambassador for Traveloka Thailand and Vietnam, is a regular user of the app and she agreed the International Travel Fair would help drive Thailand’s tourism renaissance. She said: “I love to explore new destinations, and I always use the Traveloka app when traveling because of how its seamless booking journey saves time. It also offers a consistent number of deals on flights, accommodation and experiences at reasonable rates in addition to information on destinations I like to visit. I hope Traveloka’s International Travel Fair enables consumers to find great deals to inspire their thirst for travel.”

Scheduled from 29 May to 2 June 2023 and in collaboration with over 4,500+ international business partners, this year Traveloka’s International Travel Fair will also feature offline pre-promotional activities for the first time, including a pop-up booth at EMQuartier (A Space, third floor) on 23 May 2023 for participants to secure additional discount coupons. To complement the travel experiences, Traveloka International Travel Fair also highlights its lifestyle offerings under its ‘Xperience’ product and is providing special discounts on attractions, activities, tours, international data plan, beauty and spa products.

While offering amazing deals to its customers, Traveloka also enhances its travel products with excellent features that allow users to plan their trip conveniently. Those features include:

● Flights – Student Tickets feature allows student passengers to get the best price packed with added benefits such as advanced seat selection, extra baggage allowance, meals, and travel insurance.

● Hotels – Pay Upon Check-In lets guests pay on check-in while providing added peace-of-mind with guaranteed stays, easy refunds, and easy rescheduling.

● Xperience – provides customers access to both easy refunds and easy rescheduling on world class beauty and spa products plus much, much more.

Additional benefits will be available for Traveloka customers by simply downloading the Traveloka app or updating to the most recent version, navigate to the International Travel Fair section on the homepage, and take advantage of savings on both domestic and international travel. For more information and program terms and conditions, please visit https://www.traveloka.com/en-th/promotion/internationaltravelfair2023

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The 7 best road trips in Thailand

Joe Bindloss

Oct 30, 2023 • 10 min read

Photo taken in Ban Doi Lan, Thailand

The roads in Thailand are relatively well maintained, but driving rules are often flouted © Thattaphon Sukborwornophat / Getty Images

If your first port of arrival in Thailand is Bangkok, you might feel a little apprehensive about the idea of taking to the highway on a road trip. In the Thai capital, cars are stacked bumper to bumper, motorcycles duel for space with pedestrians and seemingly anything goes when it comes to road rules. But breathe easy: Bangkok is not all of Thailand.

Escape the capital and traffic conditions calm considerably, though you’ll still need to be cautious of speeding trucks and buses and the steady throng of motorcyclists. The good news is that Thailand’s roads are mostly well-maintained, car and motorcycle rental costs are moderate and there’s so much to see that even a short road trip takes on an air of adventure.

The smart way to road trip in Thailand is to start outside Bangkok, renting a vehicle in one of Thailand’s smaller towns. The further you go off the tourist trail, the quieter the roads and the more there is to discover in the towns and villages you pass through on the way. For inspiration, here are our favorite road trips in Thailand.

1. Mae Sa Valley

Best road trip for first-timers Chiang Mai–Chiang Mai; 80km (50 miles), allow one day

A great taster trip to get you used to driving or riding in Thailand, this circuit through the forested mountains north of Chiang Mai will introduce you to village life and the jade-green rainforest landscapes of northern Thailand. After leaving Chiang Mai, the crowds drop away as you get closer to Nam Tok Mae Sa , a natural swimming pool that makes a lovely picnic spot. 

Continue to the Queen Sikrit Botanical Gardens , a collection of plantations, walking trails and greenhouses, with a family-friendly natural history museum. From here, you enter a part of the country that was once used to grow opium poppies before hill tribe farmers were persuaded to switch to fruit and flowers by the Thai royal family.

Experience village life with a detour north to the Hmong community of Nong Hoi, where local restaurants at Mon Cham serve tasty village food and Thai fruit liqueurs in pavilions overlooking the valley. The loop back to Chiang Mai on the 1269 passes Samoeng village and a series of spectacular viewpoints where you can pause for photos, before swinging back into the Northern Thai capital.  

Planning tip: Get an early start to make the most of this day-long road trip. Grab a portable breakfast at the Talat Thanin food market before you set off.

Young woman walking in the Old Town of the Koh Lanta island, Thailand

2. Phuket to Satun and back

Best road trip for island adventures Phuket–Satun–Phuket; 1100km (690 miles) round trip, one week

Because of political unrest in Thailand’s far south, the Andaman Coast is best explored as an out-and-back road trip starting from Phuket , avoiding the troubled east coast. With hundreds of idyllic islands offshore, you’ll want to stop regularly for overnight sojourns on tropical islands along the way.

Starting with a seafood feast in Phuket, follow the Andaman Coast around Phang-Nga Bay, stopping for a boat trip around the otherworldly karst islands of Ao Phang-Nga Marine National Park . Keep following the bay south to Krabi and the epic rock-climbing cliffs around Railay , one of the world’s most enjoyable adventure sports hubs.

Let the coast call you south to Ko Lanta for more time on the sand, then return to the mainland to reach Trang , gateway to its own collection of idyllic karst islands. The final leg south passes through townships that feel almost Malaysian in character. Turn around at Satun and take a couple of days to snorkel and hike on the unspoiled islands of Ko Tarutao Marine National Park before you retrace your steps to Phuket.

Planning tip: The seas off the Andaman Coast can get very choppy from May to October and many ferry routes and some national parks close for the season, so it's best to avoid this time of year.  

Unidentified people walk at landmark and the famous street of Chiang Mai City in front of MAYA shopping store

3. Bangkok to Chiang Mai

Best road trip for history Bangkok–Chiang Mai; 583 km (362 miles), three to four days

If you’re brave enough to start from Bangkok, the drive from the capital to Chiang Mai packs in a lot of history and some of Thailand’s most spectacular ancient sites. The hardest part is the beginning, escaping Bangkok’s gravitational pull on route 347. Fortunately, it’s only 90 minutes to Ayuthaya , the first stop on the route.

Explore the ruins of the imperial city that was Siam’s capital from 1350 to 1767, then continue north on route 32, making a detour east to view Lopburi’s monkey-thronged Prang Sam Yot temple. Back on the highway, it’s a sustained slog north to Phitsanulok , where you can pay your respects to one of Thailand’s most revered Buddha images at Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat .

The next stop is stunning Sukhothai , whose ruined stupas and temples were the hub of a powerful Thai kingdom from the 13th to the 14th century. Break the journey north with a homestay at Ban Na Ton Cham or an overnight (or longer) stop in hip Lampang , where cool cafes throng with more local movers and shakers. Lamphun is another worthy stop before you roll into Chiang Mai and head straight for the night markets to feast.

Detour: To add some contemporary history to the trip, tack on a detour to Kanchanaburi between Bangkok and Ayuthaya. Made infamous by the Burma-Siam Railway, this town on the Mae Nam Khwae Yai river is today a hub for encounters with history and day trips to splash in the waterfalls of Erawan National Park .

Doi Inthanon Twin Pagodas at Inthanon Mountain Near Chiang Mai, Thailand

4. Mae Hong Son Loop

Best road trip for traveler vibes Chiang Mai–Chiang Mai; 604km (375 miles), four days

A more ambitious road trip from Chiang Mai meanders through the green hills to the southwest, following Route 108 and Route 1095 through the lively traveler town of Mae Hong Son . This twisting loop is famous for having 1864 curves and the Chamber of Commerce in Mae Hong Son issues souvenir certificates for drivers who complete the circuit. On the way, you can swing into some of the most interesting townships in northwest Thailand.

Leaving Chiang Mai on the 108, the first stop is Doi Inthanon National Park , a lush, green mountaintop that is one of the few places in Thailand to see temperatures dip below freezing. You’ll want to pause for a day or two at Mae Sariang, a relaxing riverside town that’s a great base for hiking and sustainable adventures in the hills. 

There’s time for another stop at Khun Yuam to explore wartime history before you roll into Mae Hong Son, one of northern Thailand’s best hubs for monastery-hopping and treks to hill tribe villages. On the loop back to Chiang Mai on route 1095, make stops at the Su Tong Pae bamboo bridge, the “Little Switzerland” of Pang Oung and the bustling traveler hub of Pai , where you can kick back for a while, enjoying everything from treks to yoga classes and cooking schools.

Planning tip: Be ready for cold temperatures at Doi Inthanon National Park; chilly fog can swirl around the summit year-round so bring a warm layer. 

Athletic tourist jumping in the clear Lake Ratchaprapha, Khao Sok Nationalpark,

5. Hua Hin to Surat Thani

Best road trip for low-key beaches Hua Hin–Surat Thani; 580km (360 miles) one-way, three to four days

Southern Thailand’s long, slender profile doesn’t lend itself to looping road trips, but there’s plenty to see by drifting along the coast. Start in Hua Hin , Thailand’s original beach resort, where one-way car rentals can be arranged through Thai Rent a Car . Slide south through the low-key, locals-oriented beach towns of Prachaup Khiri Khan, Ban Krut and Bang Saphan Yai to Chumphon , where the Muslim culture of southern Thailand starts to surface. Before ending the trip at Surat Thani , duck inland to Khao Sok National Park , a 160-million-year-old rainforest that provides shelter for bears, tapirs, gibbons, elephants and tigers, myriad birds and the enormous Rafflesia kerrii – the world’s largest flower. The fun doesn’t have to stop at Surat Thani; the town is a jumping-off point for the Gulf Islands of Ko Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan and Ko Tao, where you can bask, party and enjoy some of the world’s cheapest scuba diving.

6. Chiang Rai to Phayao

Best road trip for dramatic vistas Chiang Rai–Phayao; 250km (155 miles), three days

Chiang Rai is northern Thailand’s second great city – crammed with temples and cultural sites like Chiang Mai, but with less of a backpacker vibe. A stop at the “white wat” of Wat Rong Khun is almost obligatory if only to view the pop culture murals showing such diverse subjects as the 9/11 attacks and Keanu Reeves in The Matrix.

To reach the Lao border town of Chiang Khong , follow back roads through a region that was once notorious as the heart of the opium-growing Golden Triangle. Take your time drifting through villages tucked along forest-cloaked ridges, then stop for a day or two in Chiang Khong to soak up the Lao influences seeping in from Huay Xai across the Mekong River.

Divert south on the 1020 and follow routes 1093 and 1155 through dramatic emerald hills to epic viewpoints such as Pratu Siam and Phu Chi Fa. Pause to enjoy the hot waterfall at Nam Tok Phu Sang before you roll onwards to finish up in leafy Phayao , an overlooked northern Thai town with pretty wooden houses, wetland scenery and a lost-in-time mood that will give you a sense of what all of northern Thailand was like before the arrival of mass tourism. 

Planning tip: This route follows many back roads off the main highways; turnings are usually signposted, but if not, ask at roadside cafes and petrol pumps.  

Prasat Phanom Rung, Burirum Province, Thailand

7. An Isaan loop

Best off-the-beaten-track road trip Nakhon Ratchasima–Nakhon Ratchasima; 830km (515 miles), one week

Travelers gush about Thailand’s Isaan region – the tract of land running northeast from Bangkok against the Lao and Cambodian borders. In this gently slumbering corner of the country, the cuisine is spectacular, the pace of life unhurried and crowds are rare… in other words, conditions are perfect for a slow road trip by motorcycle. Spare yourself the drive out of Bangkok by taking a bus or train to Nakhon Ratchasima (Khorat) and pick up some wheels there.

Hit the trail and meander east through Phanom Rung Historical Park , a striking Khmer temple complex atop an extinct volcano. Track the Cambodian border eastward to reach Ubon Ratchathani , an off-the-tourist-track town studded with handsome monasteries and balanced beside the Mae Nam Mun river.  Loop through Yasothon (worth a stop during the rocket festival in mid-May) and lake-centered Roi Et to reach Prasat Puay Noi , a fine Khmer Hindu temple complex from the 12th century. Keep the Khmer theme going at Phimai , a grand temple ruin fusing Hindu and Buddhist motifs, then close the loop back in Nakhon Ratchasima, grazing on Isaan delicacies at RN Yard .

Planning tip: A big part of traveling in Isaan is sampling the food. Essential Isaan dishes to try include laab (a zesty ground meal salad with lime, mint, chili and toasted rice), som tam (a pounded salad of green papaya, green beans, peanuts and shrimp) and sai grok isaan (a sour, smoky, fermented pork sausage).

Tips for driving in Thailand

Thailand officially drives on the left, though be wary of locals flouting the rules, particularly motorcycles, which often ride against the traffic flow on the hard shoulder. Always give way to larger vehicles such as buses and trucks, and watch out for pedestrians. Driving slowly is always sensible. You can hire cars, motorcycles and scooters with a home driving license; take out as much insurance as is available and keep your license and passport (or copies of the identity pages) handy for police checks. 

This article was first published Oct 14, 2022 and updated Oct 30, 2023.

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