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A family holiday to Thailand with kids

Walking the streets where the pungent smell of spices fill the air. Gazing at serene Buddhas, eating endless bowls of noodles and dunking spring rolls in to sweet, sticky sauces. Meeting the nicest of people every single day. Our family holiday to Thailand with kids was filled with beautiful sights and the most memorable of experiences. It’s one none of us will ever forget.

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Traveling to Thailand

We headed out of London to Bangkok on Etihad Airways. The journey became the start of the adventure as we feasted on delicious food, stretched out on the lay-flat beds and watched films throughout.

It was the perfect start to our travels.

Arriving in to Bangkok – our family holiday to Thailand

We arrived into Bangkok and were suddenly immersed in a colorful, pungent landscape. Taking our suitcases on the airport train we immediately found ourselves passing by rice fields and apartment blocks.

We gazed out of the windows. Jet-lagged and bewildered but so happy to have been transported to the Thai capital so smoothly.

Hotels in Bangkok

We made our way to our first hotel, the Montien Surawong Hotel Bangkok. Through the roads that were alive with street sellers and stalls heaving with sweet fruits and skewered meats.

The calm of the Montien enveloped us and we sank in to its soft interiors. It was the perfect base while we were in the city with a tranquil rooftop pool to enjoy on our times away from sightseeing.

The Montien Hotel Surawong Bangkok - luxury with kids

Bangkok charmed us on this visit like it hadn’t been done before. We revelled in its energy, enjoyed the chaos, and sought out the tranquillity.

Seeing the Bangkok sights – our family holiday to Thailand