If a loved one or close friend has recently visited Thailand or dreams of holidaying there in the near future, then why not consider a special Thai-inspired gift for Christmas? Our top present ideas will bring a taste of Thainess to any stocking!
This Christmas fill your home with the sweet aroma of Thailand. This ornate Thai jar candle from Clintons will look great glowing on the mantelpiece and is infused with sweet scent of lychee, green mango pulp and coconut water.
Thai massage oil
A traditional Thai massage is the ultimate way to unwind at the end of a busy festive period. The Body Shop’s harmonising massage oil is inspired by traditional Thai oils and blended with lemongrass to bring a sense of peace to your body, mind and soul. Perfect for soothing hand and foot massages.
Thai silk scarf
Looking for a stylish gift to impress that special someone? How about this elegant Thai silk scarf from Siam Silk? Handmade by weavers in Khorat Plateau, Thailand, this stunning scarf is available in 53 colours and is guaranteed lift any winter outfit.
Make this Christmas extra special by whisking your loved one away on a once in a lifetime trip to Thailand. Imagine the look on their face when they find a Kuoni Gift List announcement card in their stocking telling them they will soon be jetting off to sunny Thailand. Thomas Cook, Virgin Holidays and Trailfinders also offer gift lists so there is something to suit all budgets. You can even personalise the gift with your own festive message. What a way to start your 2015!
Indulge in the taste of Thailand with a Thai themed cookbook. Treat the budding chef in the family to the Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure, packed with delicious recipes of traditional Thai cuisine. The lovable Geordie chefs also include dishes from Hong Kong, Japan and Korea.
So now it’s your turn. What Thai-inspired gift ideas do you recommend for Christmas? Get creative and share your ideas on our Facebook post. Our favourite idea will win a Sranrom ‘Sleep Tight’ gift set to help you keep fresh faced during the party season.