Luxury Thailand holidays

Yonder’s Thailand is like an unpredictable old friend. Ever reliable, full of surprises and fascinating to catch up with. A luxury Thailand holiday with Yonder is about so much more than a tropical paradise. Thailand a country with spectacular culture, a long and distinguished history of independence and monarchy.

It’s also home to one of the world’s oldest rainforests, the legendary golden triangle where the mighty Mekong River runs wild, and some of the most beautiful beaches imaginable.

Of course, it would be a mistake to suggest that some parts of Thailand have not suffered from the explosion of mass tourism there.

But for Yonder, it is still a country that richly rewards those prepared to venture along the road less travelled. The country is home to a dazzling array of hotels. The secret is knowing which Thailand luxury hotels to choose.

At heart, we at Yonder still have an affinity with those 1970s hippies who pioneered many of Thailand’s most idyllic destinations. Secretly, there’s a part of us that would still like to wear a beard and some beads and dwell in a beach shack beside an untrodden crescent of exquisite palm-fringed sand.

But of course as we have matured and become more sophisticated (that’s what you love about us, after all!), so have our tastes. And because we know this country better than most, having travelled its diverse regions for decades, we will transport you to a Thailand that still retains the fresh, unspoiled wonder of those early backpacker days – but with lashings of sophisticated refinements on the side.

With Yonder, you won’t risk falling foul of the awful mediocrity that is rife in so many mass tourism destinations. Instead, on your luxury Thailand travels, you will discover the dazzling tropical tranquility that first drew those happy hippies back in the 1970s, coupled with an elegant and dedicated approach to life’s refined pleasures that still makes Thailand special.

And of course we are not only taking about beaches, glorious though some of them undoubtedly are. Bangkok is a frenetic capital that has a distinctive vibe and is home to some of Thailand’s greatest cultural treasures. As part of your Thailand luxury holiday with Yondr, perhaps jump on a plane and go north to reach the stunning hill country that characterises the Golden Triangle, where Laos, Myanmar and Thailand meet at the confluence of the Ruak and Mekong rivers. The little city of Chiang Rai, with its relaxed atmosphere, good-value accommodation and great local food, is pure Yonder territory.

And turning south again we head to Surat Thani province, where a number of Yonders’ greatest gems can be found. The jaw-dropping Khao Sok rainforest, the oldest parts dating back 160 million years, has only recently made it onto the tourist trail but remains largely untrammelled. Listen to the song of the gibbons as your relax afloat upon a vast lake within the national park.

A couple of hours drive further south, and you’ll reach the all but unknown beaches of Khanom with their A-list residents, the endangered pink dolphins.

To the east, is the Yonder string of Thailand luxury travel pearls: The islands of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. Whilst parts of Samui have now been sullied by commercialisation, it is also the setting for some of the most superlative luxury designer hotels we have ever enjoyed, while Koh Phangan and Koh Tao still retain the castaway credentials that make them paradise Thailand holiday islands.

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Whether you are looking for the perfect hotel stay or to create an exciting itinerary tailored just for you, every last detail of your trip with Yonder is carefully crafted, including hand-picked hotels that we adore ourselves

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Four Seasons Chiang Mai

Sculpted into terraced paddy fields in the mysterious Mae Rim valley, with pavilions woven into the countryside. Seriously luxurious living with rich teak floors, vibrant silks and Siamese art. Spectacular pool and elegant open restaurants.

Buri Rasa Phangan

Exceptional value for money hotel besides one of the most spectacularly beautiful crescent bays in Thailand. Eight room categories to suit all tastes, courtyard pool, spa, watersports and sensational beachside restaurant.

Sala Phuket

The doyenne of boutique hotels in Phuket, Sala Phuket offers villas and suites where open- air bathrooms, private pools and tropical gardens are little slices of heaven, drawing a sophisticated clientele. Two pools, a sensational spa, expert yoga teachers and Tatler-celebrated cuisine.

Six Senses Yao Noi

Perfectly positioned in at spectacular setting, Six Senses Yao Noi, Phuket, is Thailand in a league of its own. Private pools, personal butlers, an army of dedicated staff, sumptuous rooms, a world-renowned spa and sublime dining are just some of the fabulous ingredients.

The Slate

A sultry and sensual boutique bolthole with architectural overtones of Phuket’s tin mining past created by Bill Bensley. It’s a hip resort retreat, delicately juggling excellent value with quality service. Equally suitable for couples and families, with great dining and spa.

The Racha

Hidden island hideaway offering stylish and sophisticated tropical living. Sublime villas and suites are epitome of understated elegance. Sensational spa and watersports, cascading pool and superb dining.

Sala Samui

Harmonious blend of traditional Thai architecture, modern amenities and sublime service beside a stunning arc of white Koh Samui sand. Light and airy villas and suites, most with private pools, superb restaurants, two beachside pools and a great little spa.

The Siam

Art Deco boutique Bangkok hotel beside the Chao Phraya river, oozing sophistication, with chic glass architecture, antiques, and exquisite art. Private butlers serve each of the 28 suites and villas. Jazz inspired bar, fine food, fabled spa and a riverside pool.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Bangkok’s iconic hotel. ‘The most glamorous hotel in the world’ according to Barbara Cartland. Fairytale old Writers Wing and sleek contemporary main building. most rooms have river view, with private butlers. Fabulous dining options and magnificent spa.

Anantara Golden Triangle Camp

Experiential travel at its best, with spectacular views across Thailand’s Golden Triangle. Elephants live in a traditional mahout village. Elegant rooms with raw Thai silks and teak floors. Fabulous food and stylish evenings on the chic cocktail terrace.

Anantara Rasananda

Superb hotel amid the palms on Koh Phangan’s legendary Thong Nai Pan Noi beach. Villas laid out amid gardens and tranquil pools, some beachfront. Outdoor terraces and salas provide sophisticated luxury and tropical bliss.

Six Senses Samui

Embodiment of hideaway perfection. A rustic beachside retreat with amazing views. 66 fabulous villas with butlers surrounded by tranquility and privacy. Sensational spas, divine food, superb hatha yoga and reiki and an awesome infinity pool.

COMO Metropolitan

A sensual playground for discerning travellers, the Met Bangkok rightly enjoys a reputation for excellence. Swathed in white, with dark makha wood floors and no vernacular clutter, this is contemporary Asian living perfected. Fabulous food and a legendary spa.

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Thoughts on a postcard

The people always smile, the food is sublime and the diversity is astounding. We’ve stayed cocooned within an envelope of perfection, our blissful days of Thailand luxury travel a continuum of exploration, relaxation and unashamed hedonism.

A NOTE ON PRICE

Yonder holidays to Thailand typically cost from £1,600 per person including international flights. All of our experiences include the services of a private chauffeurs and guides along with exquisite accommodation hand-picked by us.

The costs can vary based on hotel selected, season, room type and board basis. All our holidays are tailor-made and can be created around your budget.

INCLUDED
All of our holidays include private transfers and guides, hand-picked hotels and the peace of mind that Yonder is available 24/7 whilst you are abroad.
LANGUAGE
The official language is Thai. In all but the most remote areas people speak enough English to get by
CURRENCY
The official currency of Thailand is the Thai Baht. Banks and ATMs are available throughout the country. Credit Cards can be used in all hotels featured by Yonder.
FLIGHT FROM
London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow
FOOD & DRINK
Thai cuisine has infinite variety; it’s very inexpensive; and whether you dine in a five-star luxury Thailand hotel restaurant, a neighborhood family café or a flimsy street stall, it’s next to impossible to have a bad meal.

All of the hotels that Yonder features serve excellent international food.
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEPT
OCT
NOV
DEC
Average Temperature
27°c / 80°f
Rainfall
10mm
Water Temperature
28°c
Events
New Year is enthusiastically celebrated and is peak season in Thailand
Average Temperature
28°c
Rainfall
10mm
Water Temperature
28°c
Events
Chinese New Year falls in early February
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
50mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
March is the best month to see whale sharks when diving or snorkeling in the waters off Koh Tao and Koh Phangan
Average Temperature
31°c
Rainfall
110mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
Songkran, or Water Festival, is the most celebrated holiday in Thailand and is usually in the second week of April
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
180mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
Visakha Bucha day celebrates Buddha's life, enlightenment and death
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
180mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
The popular Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan falls around the middle of the month
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
180mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
King Vajiralongkorn is revered in Thailand and his birthday on 28 July is a public holiday
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
170mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
The Queen others birthday, which also doubles and Thai Mothers Day, falls on 12 August
Average Temperature
29°c
Rainfall
220mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
The end of September see the start of the rainy season in the Gulf of Thailand
Average Temperature
29°c
Rainfall
190mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
There is a public holiday to mark the passing of the late King who was loved by the nation
Average Temperature
28°c
Rainfall
40mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
November is typically the end of the rainy season on the west coast of Thailand
Average Temperature
26°c
Rainfall
10mm
Water Temperature
28°c
Events
Christmas and New Year are the super peak periods in Thailand
Thoughts on a postcard

The people always smile, the food is sublime and the diversity is astounding. We’ve stayed cocooned within an envelope of perfection, our blissful days of Thailand luxury travel a continuum of exploration, relaxation and unashamed hedonism.

A NOTE ON PRICE

Yonder holidays to Thailand typically cost from £1,600 per person including international flights. All of our experiences include the services of a private chauffeurs and guides along with exquisite accommodation hand-picked by us.

The costs can vary based on hotel selected, season, room type and board basis. All our holidays are tailor-made and can be created around your budget.

INCLUDED
All of our holidays include private transfers and guides, hand-picked hotels and the peace of mind that Yonder is available 24/7 whilst you are abroad.
LANGUAGE
The official language is Thai. In all but the most remote areas people speak enough English to get by
CURRENCY
The official currency of Thailand is the Thai Baht. Banks and ATMs are available throughout the country. Credit Cards can be used in all hotels featured by Yonder.
FLIGHT FROM
London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow
FOOD & DRINK
Thai cuisine has infinite variety; it’s very inexpensive; and whether you dine in a five-star luxury Thailand hotel restaurant, a neighborhood family café or a flimsy street stall, it’s next to impossible to have a bad meal.

All of the hotels that Yonder features serve excellent international food.
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEPT
OCT
NOV
DEC
Average Temperature
27°c / 80°f
Rainfall
10mm
Water Temperature
28°c
Events
New Year is enthusiastically celebrated and is peak season in Thailand
Average Temperature
28°c
Rainfall
10mm
Water Temperature
28°c
Events
Chinese New Year falls in early February
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
50mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
March is the best month to see whale sharks when diving or snorkeling in the waters off Koh Tao and Koh Phangan
Average Temperature
31°c
Rainfall
110mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
Songkran, or Water Festival, is the most celebrated holiday in Thailand and is usually in the second week of April
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
180mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
Visakha Bucha day celebrates Buddha's life, enlightenment and death
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
180mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
The popular Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan falls around the middle of the month
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
180mm
Water Temperature
30°c
Events
King Vajiralongkorn is revered in Thailand and his birthday on 28 July is a public holiday
Average Temperature
30°c
Rainfall
170mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
The Queen others birthday, which also doubles and Thai Mothers Day, falls on 12 August
Average Temperature
29°c
Rainfall
220mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
The end of September see the start of the rainy season in the Gulf of Thailand
Average Temperature
29°c
Rainfall
190mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
There is a public holiday to mark the passing of the late King who was loved by the nation
Average Temperature
28°c
Rainfall
40mm
Water Temperature
29°c
Events
November is typically the end of the rainy season on the west coast of Thailand
Average Temperature
26°c
Rainfall
10mm
Water Temperature
28°c
Events
Christmas and New Year are the super peak periods in Thailand