Charter your next private jet to Thailand

From glittering temples to golden beaches, vibrant Thailand – known as the ‘land of smiles’ – has every type of holiday you could wish for.

If your private jet charter lands at Bangkok Airport, in the country’s bustling capital, it’s just a 25 km drive to the city centre.

For a peaceful stay, the crown jewel of Bangkok hotels is the Mandarin Oriental, nestled on the banks of the Chai Phraya river.

The grand hotel lures celebrities and royalty with its Michelin star restaurants (including La Normandie by Alain Roux) and award-winning spa, with facilities spread over both sides of the river – connected by a wooden pontoon.

Outside the walls of the hotel is a cornucopia of sights, sounds and smells with street food stalls and markets.

For some tempting Thai cuisine, Nahm boasts treats such as pigeon larb salad and wok-fried fiddlehead ferns in a traditional setting.

To enjoy the modern side of the city, scale the 61 floors to the Moon Bar and enjoy a craft cocktail with a view.

For a beach holiday, charter your private flight to the tropical island of Phuket, in the Andaman Sea to the south of Thailand.

When your private aircraft charter lands at Phuket International Airport, it’s just 30 km to Ao Por Marina where a speedboat can pick you up and deliver you in 45 minutes to the Six Senses Yao Noi for cosseted, air-conditioned, barefoot luxury.

The hotel has unbeatable views of the stunning Phang Nga bay – and the island’s wildlife – from its infinity pool and spa.

Guests can also take part in dozens of daily complimentary activities including massages, qi gong and kayaking.

The Dining Room serves fantastic Thai cuisine, or enjoy a romantic moonlit dinner at the Hilltop Reserve.

If you want a trip with more sightseeing than relaxing, try Chiang Mai, the capital of the north, famous for its gilded temples, monasteries and beautiful countryside – as well as delicious food with influences from Myanmar and China.

When your private air charter lands at Chiang Mai International Airport, it’s just a 5km hop from the ancient walled city centre and The Inside House.

The hotel is an opulent oasis with marbled private pools, whitewashed walls and lush greenery.

Venture outside to try Blackitch restaurant, serving Thai classics with a modern twist such as scallops with raspberry and pickled Siam tulip, or blue swimmer crab.

The most famous attraction in the city is Doi Suthep, a mountain with views over the city and home of the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep – a 13th century temple home to a white elephant shrine and a replica of the Emerald Buddha.

The best time to charter your private jet flight to Thailand is from December to March, when the temperatures are cooler and the skies clear.
But this exciting, enthralling country is a treat for the senses at any time of the year.