Thailand Super Saver – Land Only
5 Night 6 Days
Pattaya in Thailand
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Thailand Super Saver – Land Only
Pattaya (3N) Bangkok (2N)
5 Night 6 Days
Pattaya:- 3* The Seasons / 4* Mike Garden Resort, Golden Beach, The Beverly or Similar
Bangkok:- 3* Seasons Siam / 4* Bangkok Palace or Similar
Day 1 – Arrival Bangkok – Pattaya
- Upon your arrival in Bangkok you will be transferred to Pattaya, which is a short 2 hours drive from Bangkok. Check in to the hotel Time to relax!!
- In the evening, we recommend that you take an optional tour of Alcazar Show (at additional cost). The Alcazar Show a world-famous cabaret, which can give the Lido and Moulin Rouge of Paris, a run for their money, featuring a grand theatre with 1200 seats and thousands of watts of pulsating sound.
- Standard Check In time is 1400 Hours (Early Check-in is subject to availability)
Day 2 – Pattaya – Coral Island with Lunch
Day 3 – Pattaya – Day Free at Leisure
Day 4 – Pattaya – Bangkok – Bangkok Orientation & Temple Tour
Day 5 – Bangkok
Day 6 – Depart Bangkok
- 3N Stay in 3*The Seasons / 4* Mike Garden Resort, Golden Beach, The Beverly
- 2N Stay in 3* Seasons Siam / 4* Bangkok Palace or Similar
- Coral Island Tour with Indian Buffet Lunch SIC
- Alcazar Show with PVT Transfer
- Bangkok City & Temple Tour with Gems Gallery SIC
- Safari World & Marine Park with Lunch SIC
- 03 Way Airport Transfers on PVT basis
- Flight Not Included
- Visa Charges
- 5% GST
- Any other which is not include in inclusions
As you finalise one of the Thailand packages, consider first its seasons and which most ideal for a visit. Although Thailand is a year-round destination, still it is a good idea to plan your travels in the cool and dry season. The time from November to April marks the cold season, bringing in tourists from all over the world. It is the best time to pursue water activities such as snorkelling and diving in Koh Samui, Phuket and Krabi. It is a good time to visit Phi Phi Islands in the south. In this season the days are warm with a gentle breeze floating down from the sea, with cooler nights. The humidity is also low. Even at this time the day temperature reaches a maximum of around 30 degree Celsius in Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui. You need to however avoid Koh Samui in this season as it receives torrential rainfall. Avoid July to August as it is the monsoon season in Thailand and frequent heavy rains can derail your itinerary, add to that the chaos on Bangkok’s already-bustling streets. May to June are the summer months when Thailand is quite hot and a time often picked by budget travellers as accommodation and flight prices typically go down owing to very low footfalls, the off- season in Thailand.
Ahead of closing one of the Thailand tour packages, you need to first book your flights and check whether there are direct flights from the city where you live to Bangkok, Thailand’s capital. There are direct flights to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhoomi International Airport and Don Mueang Airport from New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. You can fly onboard domestic carriers like IndiGo, national carrier Air India, GoFirst, Vistara and SpiceJet aside from international airlines serving the route such as Thai Airways, Thai AirAsia, Druk Air, Emirates, Vietjet Air, Thai Smile to name a few. A direct flight from Delhi to Bangkok takes about 4.5 hours, with flights available at a wonderful frequency through the week at decent intervals. You can fly directly to Bangkok from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata. You can even fly directly from Delhi to Phuket onboard GoFirst, Thai Airways, IndiGo among others, with the average flight time being 4 hours and 30 minutes.
There are several Thailand holiday packages to choose from. But you need to first decide the main purpose of your visit to Thailand, whether it is to experience the street scene, shopping or lazing on its balmy beaches. If it is the latter, you will be left spoilt for choice. Thailand has some stunning beaches lapped by azure waters. Thailand’s beaches are ideal whether you are a solo traveller, a large family, a group of friends or a honeymooning couple. The beach destinations cater to backpackers as well as the elderly and those travelling with children. Powdery white sands, limestone karsts, cosy coves and coconut palms characterise a typical Thai beach where diving, snorkelling and cave exploration opportunities galore, and where the life at a resort centres around the beaches. Krabi is known for its sea cliffs and the tropical vegetation that cover them, also popular with cliff climbers. Surfing enthusiasts prefer the waters of Koh Lipe while the kite-boarders like it at Hua Hin, with divers choosing Koh Tao for the opportunities it offers to spot whale sharks and other tropical fish. Phi Phi Islands, Pattaya and Phuket are ideal for beach bums who prefer to go for a lazy swim and generally soak up the sun while reading a book. For some holistic healing and breathtaking coastal scenery, go nowhere other than Koh Samui. The sunsets on the beach, the seafood offerings and the scope for endless walks make it a perfect retreat.
Thailand has three seasons, the summer, the monsoon and the winter. Summer begins from March and lasts through June with temperatures hovering between 33 and 48 degree Celsius in the day and plummeting to 27 degree Celsius in the night. The rainy months between July and November receive frequent to heavy rainfall towards early evening with temperature averaging around 32 degree in the day and a pleasant 16 degree Celsius in the nights. The winter or dry season between late November through February has day temperature hovering around 32 degree while the nights can be cool at 12 degree Celsius. This is invariable the most preferred season to visit Thailand.