Thailand is a top tourist destination in Southeast Asia, known for its rich culture, stunning beaches, and ancient temples. A typical Thailand tour will take you to the vibrant capital city of Bangkok, where you can visit iconic landmarks such as the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore the charming city of Chiang Mai, visit beautiful beaches in Phuket and Krabi, and see historic cities like Ayutthaya and Sukhothai. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or cultural experiences, Thailand has something for everyone. With delicious food, friendly people, and breathtaking scenery, Thailand is a must-visit destination for any traveler.
When you go on a Thailand tour, you can expect to experience a diverse range of experiences, from exploring bustling cities and ancient temples to relaxing on pristine beaches and sampling delicious Thai cuisine. Here are some things you can expect on a typical Thailand tour:
Bangkok Airport – Pattaya Arrive at Bangkok Airport, meet our Representative at ATTA counter Arrival Door C, Gate No. 10. Transfer to Pattaya. The rest of day is free at leisure. Accommodation at Hotel of your choice.
Pattaya/ Coral Island 09:00 am. American breakfast at the hotel. Take a speed boat for a fast ride to Coral Island (Koh Lan) where you can fill your day with many exciting water sports, such as Snorkeling, Fishing, Parasailing, Jet-Ski, Sea-Walker etc. Bask in the warm Thai sun, or take a dip in the refreshing sea waters. Make your day at the beach as active or relaxing as you wish. Afternoon, return to the mainland for lunch at Indian restaurant. Evening, at leisure. Accommodation at Hotel of your choice.
Pattaya – Bangkok 12:30 pm. American breakfast at the hotel. Depart Pattaya by air-conditioned coach for 2 hour drive to Bangkok. Accommodation at the Hotel of your choice.
Bangkok/ City & Temples Tours 08:30 am. This tour will bring you to some of the most distinguished temples in Bangkok. Wat Trimitr, the temple of the Golden Buddha, features a statue made from solid Gold weighing 5.5 tons. Visit Wat Po, the temple of the reclining Buddha which is the largest and oldest in Bangkok. Wat Po, featuring the colossal 150 foot long “Reclining Buddha”. Afternoon at leisure. Accommodation at Hotel of your choice.
Last Day American Breakfast at the hotel Free at leisure until the time for departure transfer to airport.
es, Indian citizens require a visa to enter Thailand. However, if you’re planning to stay in Thailand for less than 15 days, you can obtain a visa on arrival at the airport.
The best time to visit Thailand is from November to February when the weather is relatively cool and dry. It’s also a peak tourist season, so expect larger crowds and higher prices. If you’re looking for cheaper prices, consider visiting during the off-peak season from May to October.
The currency used in Thailand is the Thai Baht (THB). While it’s possible to exchange Indian Rupees in Thailand, it’s recommended to exchange your currency for Thai Baht before you leave India to avoid unfavorable exchange rates.