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Sip a cocktail in an exclusive rooftop bar in Bangkok. Tuck into fresh, spicy seafood on a private beach at sunset. Sip coconut water at a wellness retreat before heading back to your villa’s private pool. Thailand is perfect for bodies that are temples and hedonistic heads. Known and loved for its warm welcome to LGBTQ+ travellers, this is the land of a thousand smiles. 

We can suggest the best hotels on islands with sugary white sand beaches, backed by thick jungle. We know where to stay in the electric urban sprawl of Bangkok, giving you easy access to the Skytrain and time to explore the city’s Grand Palace, temples and backwaters. We can take you to the mountainous northern region too, offering a glimpse of rural cultureIt’s here you can discover tiny villages and meet indigenous populations living in remote areas. We’ll help you make every moment count in amazing Thailand.

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Hugh says...
 "If you’re looking for nightlife, Thailand has it all. Bangkok’s Silom neighbourhood is a financial centre by day and an LGBTQ+ hub at night; while the islands each have their own night-time vibe, from raucous beach parties to sophisticated lantern-lit restaurants offering fine dining."

Ben says...
"Food is a huge part of the fun of visiting Thailand, so don’t miss out on the country’s colourful night markets where you can buy textiles and souvenirs alongside tasty pad Thai or fragrant curries."

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Is Thailand LGBT friendly?

Our luxury holidays are open to everyone and we are particularly proud to specialise in LGBTQ+ travel advice. Every hotel we've picked is LGBTQ+ friendly, ensuring Huben holidays are welcoming to all of our guests. Here’s the local lowdown around gay rights in Thailand.

LGBT Rights in Thailand


FAQs

Is Thailand gay friendly?
The Buddhist belief in karma and reincarnation makes Thai society more tolerant of differences and, as a result, the country is very gay-friendly. There is still further to go but homosexuality has been legal in Thailand since 1956.  

Is it possible for you to arrange a gay marriage in Thailand?
Although Thailand does not use the word 'marriage' for same sex couples, civil partnerships are certainly legal. If its the dream wedding you are hoping for, tell us your ideas and we'll share our recommendations for the best Thai wedding and honeymoon locations. 

Do you know the best hotels for a Thailand LGBTQ+ holiday?
Huben Travel has created a collection of the most welcoming LGBTQ+ hotels. This is based on our industry knowledge and experience, and we will ensure the hotel is prepped for your arrival to ensure a warm welcome and incredible stay. 

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