Thailand is a land of eternal summer. Furthermore, it fascinates with its spacious and clean beaches, the exotic, delicious cuisine and also the friendly locals. Thailand is very diverse: Here you will find the wild jungle and the skyscrapers of Bangkok, magnificent temples and loud parties. Regardless of age and preference, the country impresses everyone!

Country-specific regulations on COVID-19
13 Days
Cultural Tour & Beach vacation
12 Days
Cultural Tour
Please find out which visa regulations apply to your country of origin.
In general, everyone needs a valid COE/Thailand Pass to enter the country due to the Covid-19 situation.
The travel document should be valid for at least 6 months at the time of travel.
The baht (THB) is the currency of Thailand. One euro corresponds to approx. 38 THB (as of December 1st, 2021).
The money can be exchanged in banks or exchange offices. For security reasons, we advise you to not exchange money with private individuals.
Credit card payments are widespread in major cities in Thailand.
As it is common in Asia, the basis of Thai cuisine is rice. The word "food" is literally translated from the Thai language as "eating rice". Thais eat different types of rice with everything, it can be served with meat, fish and seafood. Another popular basis for Thai dishes are noodles, which are also very diverse: wheat, rice, egg or mung bean noodles, etc.

Popular Thai dishes:
Tom Yam is a hot and sour soup with shrimp and mushrooms, a specialty of Thai cuisine
Spicy Papaya Salad - Green Papaya Salad (extremely hot)
Tom Kha - a hot and sour coconut milk soup with chicken
Phat Thai - rice noodles in a special sauce, eggs, prawns, bean sprouts and spring onions
Mi Krob - pasta with sweet and sour sauce
Thais use a lot of hot spices in their food. We therefore recommend that you say "not spicy" or "little spicy" when ordering.
Thai is the official language of Thailand, although different regional dialects are also spoken depending on the part of the country. English, Chinese, and Japanese are widely spoken in the cities.
Nearly 94% of Thailand's population are Theravada Buddhists. The closest minority religions are Islam (approx. 5%) and Christianity (approx. 1%).
Buddhism has also been integrated into the folk religion in Thailand or into practices and superstitions that the Thais added to the original teaching. For example, it is strongly influenced by traditions about ancestral and nature spirits. Thai families often build a small house to hold these spirits.
As travel vaccinations, vaccinations against hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever and cholera are recommended.
In order to properly prepare for your trip, you should consult your doctor. In addition to the advice of your doctor, a foreign health insurance and travel cancellation insurance are recommended.