Easia Travel (and Easia Incentive) was created in 2000 by three travel professionals bringing together their knowledge of the industry. With 9 offices, 314 multi-lingual staff, Easia 'Make Asia Easy for you'. They specialise in designing bespoke incentive trips to Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar. Connection with local people is at the core of their philosophy on travel and as a result they are committed to introducing travellers to the rich cultures and scenic diversity of the destinations.
By regularly carrying out quality assurance checks with their third party suppliers, staying updated with the requirements by law in their own countries and ensuring their standards exceed those required by UK Health and Safety Laws, Easia Travel guarantee the smooth completion of their projects.
The destination has a lot to offer – good weather, exotic temples, lush jungles and white sand beaches – not to forget the hustle and bustle of its dynamic capital – Bangkok city. With its warm, welcoming people, and delicious food, travellers are surely beguiled and often come back to this fascinating land more than once.
The integrity of Thailand’s culture remains mainly undamaged as the country has avoided colonisation. Absorbing Western influences while maintaining its own cultural heritage is what makes this country unique.
Divided into four zones: the exceptionally fertile central, the mountainous areas in the North and the tropical Southern peninsula, the possibilities for your groups is endless. Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Koh Samui and Phuket…etc, just to name a few of Thailand’s amazing places worth a visit!
Bangkok: The capital and largest city, known for its vibrant street life and ornate shrines
Chiang Mai: Famous for its beautiful old city and temples, as well as the surrounding mountains
Phuket: Known for its beaches, luxury resorts, and vibrant nightlife
Pattaya: Famous for its beaches and nightlife, including the bustling Walking Street
Krabi: Known for its stunning limestone cliffs, clear waters, and beautiful beaches
Ayutthaya: Famous for its historical ruins and ancient temples
Sukhothai: Known for Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Hua Hin: A beach resort town with royal palaces and night markets
Ko Samui: An island known for its palm-fringed beaches and luxury resorts
Chiang Rai: Famous for the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) and the Golden Triangle
Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok are the main international gateways. Bangkok is around 11-12 hours of direct flight from the UK.
UTC +7 (Indochina Time)
English is commonly used in business and tourist areas
Thai Baht (THB)
Weather & Seasons
Tropical climate; hot and humid year-round. The country has three main seasons: hot, rainy, and cool, although temperatures can vary from north to south.
• Five key MICE cities located in all key regions of the country.
• Each city has its own charm, culture and identity, assuring exceptional experience.
Metropolitan Bangkok in the central region
Unique Lanna culture, plus modern art city and rich ecology of Chiang Mai in the North
Sino-Portuguese culture and UNESCO gastronomically creative city of Phuket island in the South,
Lively seaside city of Pattaya in the East
Khon Kaen, a modern city of Isan culture and gateway to Indochina in the Northeast
• Convenience of access: only 1-1.5 flight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Phuket and Khom Kaen
• Convenience of access: Bangkok-Pattaya: 1.30 hour drive via motorway from Bangkok International Airport.
Thailand offers a wealth of possibilities for ultimate experiences. A blend of destination charm, inspiring attractions and activities, as well as a diverse culture. Its strategic location in South-East Asia offers easy accessibility, the breadth of accommodation and natural locations further entice incentive groups looking for the ultimate experience.
Even though there has been a lot of development within the last few decades, the Thai community is still a farming nation and it is easy to reach traditional scenes and experience unforgettable moments.
Thailand is a Buddhist nation and the religion is practised by many. Stunning temples and Buddha statues, offer the backdrop, with stilted, luxury villas for VVIPs, or modern city centre international chain, or boutique hotels. Itineraries can be offered with optional activities to allow for days at leisure or sheer adventure for the more active attendee.