Travelling to Thailand and Accessible Attractions

Now, more than ever, the world is more open and more accessible to wheelchair users, which makes travelling and seeing the world an enticing prospect .This is particularly true in the beautiful country of Thailand, which is a terrific place for wheelchair users to visit. Whilst in Thailand you will be able to see some of the most stunning natural vistas in the world, as well as soak up the culture and enjoy the different lifestyles and customs of the charming Thai people.

There are some brilliant accessible tours and activities in Thailand for wheelchair users, so you have some great options for what you can see and do during your visit. This could include a tour of the Ancient City, relaxing at the beautiful Pattaya Beach, shopping at some amazing pattaya-beachmarkets and departments stores throughout the country, or enjoying some of Thailand’s famous food in the many brilliant restaurants. You can find wheelchair accessible taxis in Thailand, making it simple and stress free to get around and plan each day. There are also luxurious hotels and resorts, guesthouses and villas which are all wheelchair accessible, helping you to relax and unwind during your stay after a day of exploring.

Getting to the Airport

Of course one of the main concerns when visiting anywhere is transportation. Your journey to Thailand will begin by travelling to the airport in your home country. Fortunately there is an easy way for you to do this, and this is through a wheelchair accessible car. There are vehicles that have been adapted to make transportation simple and easy for anyone in a wheelchair, and this is Wheelchair accessible vehicle rentalthrough introducing features such as wheelchair ramps and internal lifts. In addition, many of these vehicles have a variety of seating layouts so there will be space for your wheelchair, suitcases, as well as able bodied companions. These vehicles are available to rent or purchase from companies such as Allied Mobility in the UK and a few others. When you arrive in Thailand there are airport pick up services with wheelchair accessible minibus rentals to help you get to your accommodation.

Thailand is one of the most beautiful, exciting countries in the world and one which everyone should see. Thankfully it is also a country which can be very accessible for anyone in a wheelchair, with plenty of assistance and support each step of the way from the moment you leave your house through to your arrival at your destination.

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  1. Mel, August 31, 2014 2:53 am - Travelling to Thailand and Accessible Attractions


    I am a manual wheelchair user, however am easily able to transfer between seats, between cars, etc. as I have some limited use of my legs and am very fit and active.
    I plan on travelling to Thailand from Australia around November of this year with a friend (able-bodied), and just wondering on some tips for this adventure.
    This is the first time I will be going out of Australia as a traveler with a disability, so am a little nervous about the planning and trip. Any suggestions, re. cheap accommodation that’s accessible, places to go and see and which areas are most accessible, would be fantastic!

    Thanks so much,

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