Calling solo travellers - both experienced and budding - the bright lights of Bangkok are calling your name.
Thailand's buzzing hub is the ideal location for solo-ers due to the mass of other single travellers flocking here. For 6 nights, or longer if you fancy it, you will be staying at the Mandarin Hotel, located on the outskirts of the city, but within easy reach of the centre and all the tourist hotspots.
Not ready to take the plunge and go it alone? No worries, we have also included an option for a twosome travelling.
Booking Info Timeframe: 1. Feb. 2019 - 31. Mar. 2019
Example departure from London - 19th March
- 19th February from £765*
- 21st February from £774*
- 26th February from £741*
- 5th March from £699*
- 12th March from £633*
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
- Travel duration: 6 nights
- Example date: 19th - 26th March - includes night flight
- Departure from London to Bangkok
- 4* hotel - 4/5 on TripAdvisor
- Luggage included
- Board basis – all inclusive
- Return airport transfers
- ATOL protected package
- Based on 2 adults
About your stay
Bangkok has oodles on offer from stunning temples to banging nightlife and floating markets to designer boutiques - so you wont be at a loss of things to do.
The hotel you will be staying at has it's own pool, great to chillax in after a day of exploring the city. There is a free shuttle service to certain points in the city laid on for guests! As an added sweetener, for a limited time, a free mini bar (soft drinks only) is provided during your stay.
The hotel offers it's own airport shuttle service - extra fee - just contact them in advance with your flight details to arrange.
Going it alone
Travelling by one's self can be a daunting prospect at first, however, it can also be a liberating experience. If you have never done it before, Thailand is one of the safest places in south east Asia in order to start your solo adventure. Our top tip is to use common sense in all aspects of your trip when it comes to money, expensive items and walking alone at night. There are a great many solo travellers making their way through this area of the world so there will be plenty of chances to meet new people.