Kitesurfing Holidays In Thailand

The pristine, white sandy beaches in Thailand offer great kitesurfing conditions, with a kiting area that is windy with most wind directions.
A kitesurfing holiday in Thailand is perfect for people traveling with non kiting friends and family members, as the list of non kitesurfing activities is huge, along with the range of luxurious hotels.
We can combine holidays in Thailand with trips to other Thai kiting destinations such as Phuket, Hua Hin, or Koh Samui. A visit to Bangkok and other fascinating cities is also a great way to make the most of your kitesurfing holiday in Thailand.


The weather in Thailand is tropical with high temperatures and high humidity during the year. 
From April to May, this is the best period for travelling around the cities and the interior. Temperatures in the north and northeast sometimes are even a few degrees higher during these months. 
The wet season comes with the southwest monsoon which last from June to October. In the north the wettest months are usually July and August, while in Bangkok and surroundings September is the wettest. Koh Samui on the other hand has the wettest time of the year in October and November and never has a real dry season although March to May are generally a bit drier.

Things To Do In Thailand

There is a lot to do in Phuket gulf if you can force yourself away from the marine realm: Wat Chalong Temple is one of the 29 Buddhist monasteries on the island but by far the most important, Thalang National Museum contains ancient artefacts and exhibits on the famous Battle of Thaland, the Phuket Aquarium on Cape Panwa is nice to visit and of course there is always Phuket town, a retail therapy haven. There is also a rainforest in the north of Phuket at Khao Sok National Park with animal conservation projects, canoeing and elephant treks. You can also visit Koh Tapu, known as the James Bond Island, or Krabi Town which as good shops and from were you can easily reach the Tiger Cave Temple. In the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Samui has some interesting cultural sites. Wat Phra Yai is known as Big Buddha Temple, you can also do kickboxing and visit Samui’s main town: Nathon. Also, the attractions around Koh Tao tend to be nature orientated- hiking, kayaking, waterfalls, idyllic beaches etc. In Bangkok, you can start by taking a three-wheeled tuk-tuk ride to the Grand Palace, an example of traditional architecture. Inside the complex is Wat Phra Kaew, the Temple of the Emeral Buddha. You can also visit the Royal Barges Museum in Tha Chang Pier, do some river boat to Wat Arun, go to the museum at Jim Thompson’s house full of interesting exhibits. There is also the ancient Siamese capital of Ayatthuya to visit which is a World Heritage site and if you are interested in war history you should go to the River Kwai.


The official currency of Thailand is the Thai BAHT. One baht is divided into 100 satangs.Coins come in denominations of: 1, 2, 5 and 10 baht, as well as 25 and 50 satang. 
Foreign Exchange booths are very common and clearly post their daily exchange rates on an electronic notice board.  Cash exchanges in Thailand incur NO commissions or fees and all major (USD, EUR, GBP,..) currencies are accepted to exchange.

Travel Health For Thailand

Before visiting Thailand, you may need to get some vaccinations and medications for vaccine-preventable diseases and other diseases you might be at risk for at your destination, and you have to be sure your routine vaccinations are up-to-date.

Thailand Entry Requirements

EU, US and Commonwealth- valid passport required for stays of up to 30 days.

The Accommodation

Accommodation styles cover every range, from high-end luxury boutiques to fantastic options for the budget traveller. There is cheap accommodation throughout Bangkok but Banglamphu is the main area for budget accommodation. Hotels outside the capital and developed tourist areas are less lavish but are extremely economical and comfortable. You can also find guest rooms or do self catering…


Thailand is rightly famous for its nightlife. The kingdom has some of the best clubs playing the latest music, and not all of them in the capital - Thailand’s islands host world-class music venues and events (like “Full Moon Parties”) as do some of the regional capitals such as Chiang Mai. The kingdom also represents excellent value for film. The country also has world-class shows (cabaret, etc.) and the world’s top performing artists grace.

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