16 Oct - 20 Oct

Thailand for first-timers

17,850.00

Description

 

 

Nestled between Burma on one side and Vietnam on the other, Thailand has been a very famous destination for tourist in Southeast Asia. Ancient ruins of ornate temples, opulent royal palaces and tropical beaches make for perfect holiday getaways. But then, so do indulgences in Thai cuisine, rich cultural display and marine life tours. Thailand is one of those destinations that you can keep going back to, for it has so much to offer and is easy on the pocket. But then, if you have never been to this tropical haven, take a tour with us. For we will be ticking off all the boxes.

ITINERARY

Tiger posing for the camera
Pattaya Floating Market
Coral island, Pattaya
People enjoying banana ride in coral island
emerald buddha
Feeding giraffes in safari world
Grand palace, bangkok
thai street food
Street food, thailand
floating market

4 nights - 5 days

DAY 1

-  We pick you up from BKK Airport and on our way head to Sriracha Tiger Zoo. Here you can see scores of tigers and other animals as well. For a small fee, you can pet the tigers and bottle-feed the tiger cubs. Wouldn’t you like a photo clicked doing that?

-  We have lunch in Pattaya and check in our hotel.

-  Night stay in Pattaya.

DAY 2

-  After breakfast at the hotel we take a tour of the Coral Island by a speedboat. Here we come across coral formations and the brimming underwater life. You can also indulge in water sports activities like water scooter, banana boat ride, etc (at your own cost). Post lunch we go to Pattaya floating market. Sitting on a rowing boat traverse the 100,000 sqm big river market. You can buy souvenirs, try some Thai food and snacks including BBQ crocodile, or catch a cultural show.

-  Night stay in Pattaya.

 DAY 3

-  After breakfast we transfer to Bangkok. Here we visit the Grand Palace with Emerald Buddha. Be ready to be enamored by the golden spires and elaborate mosaics. Considered to be one the main Buddhist temples of the region, the architecture has predominant European influence in design.

-  We check in at our hotel post lunch.

-  How about some very famous Thai Street Food in the evening? Be ready to spot vendors stir-frying in ancient woks. Do sample the city’s most popular dishes like papaya salad, noodles with shrimp and fish barbequed in salt. (At your own expense)

-  Night stay in Bangkok.

 

DAY 4

-    After an early morning breakfast, we go to the Safari World and Marine Park today. We can drive through the open space of Safari Park. It is an exciting drive through the African wilderness setting and you may look out for an intimate encounter with some friendly dolphins. You may drive past zebras, giraffes, camels, antelopes, gazelles, rhinos and birds like ostriches and pelicans. The Marine Park is more of a traditional zoo with many shows, food stalls and souvenir shops.

-    Night stay in Bangkok.

 

DAY 5

-  After breakfast we check out and get transferred to the airport.

 

Inclusions:

-  Stay on twin sharing basis
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04 American breakfasts
-  01 lunch & 02 dinner in Pattaya (walking distance to Indian restaurant)
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02 lunch & 01 dinner in Bangkok (walking distance to Indian restaurant)
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Sriracha tiger zoo entrance with arrival day breakfast
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Coral Island tour by speed boat with lunch
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Pattaya floating market by rowing boat
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Safari world and marine park entrance with lunch
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Grand Palace with Emerald Buddha entrance
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Airport pick and drop. All inter/intra city transfers.
-  5% GST (Rs. 850)

Exclusions:

- Airtickets
-  All meals excluded on the Day of Departure, except breakfast
-  Watersports on Day2
-  Personal Expenses and Tips
-  Damages caused to the hotel by guests
-  Additional tours or detours
-  Early check-in / late check-out fees
-  Visa fees
- Fees for photos/feeding animals at the Parks and Zoos

Note: Rejection of Visa on Arrival by authorities will be the sole responsibility of the traveller.

Single occupancy can be arranged at an extra cost.

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