A traveller’s bucket list is not complete without planning a tour to Thailand. Located in the South East Asia, Thailand is one of the most sought after countries. The country was formerly known as Siam and has been an abode for over 68 million people. Thailand consists of many beautiful and serene islands and is popular for its extraordinary nightlife.
- Marvel at the grandeur of Buddha statue carved out of 5.50 tonnes of gold at Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan.
- A visit to Gems and Jewellery shop for the most awaited retail therapy.
- Witness the beautiful 12- armed image of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion at Wat Phra Yai Temple.
- A relaxed time at the popular Chaweng and Lamai beach in Koh Samui.
Tour Itinerary - Exotic Thailand tour from Mumbai
Day 1 :Arrival in Bangkok
After you have arrived at the Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok and cleared the immigration and the custom formalities, you will be welcomed by our tour executive at the exit and he will take you to your hotel. We have specifically not planned anything for the day for you to explore the city on your own. It can be the best evening to explore the world famous pubs and nightclubs in the city. You can also indulge in the mouth- watering traditional street food, something not to be missed while you are in the city. Return to the hotel for the night stay.
Day 2 :Exploring the city
After you have had a filling breakfast, the executive will take you for a half day city tour to Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan; place famous for the hefty 5.5 tonnes gold idol of Buddha. The idol is officially known as Phra Phuttha Maha Suwanna Patimakon. After this, you will be taken to explore what Bangkok is popular for; shopping for jewellery at Gems and Jewellery shop. Indulge in this most aspiring therapy and reward yourself with some precious possessions. The evenings are left free for you to explore the city or probably rejuvenate and rediscover yourself by spending a relaxed evening at a spa. Do some binge eating while you are here and return to the hotel.
Day 3 :Trip to Koh Samui
Your tour operator in Bangkok will take you to the airport for you to board your flight to Koh Samui after you have had your breakfast at the hotel; the flight to Samui takes almost one hour. Our representative in Samui will assist you to the hotel and will help you check-in. Rest of the day is free for you to explore the island on your own. You can visit and old Samui town, Fisherman’s village Bophut, for some street shopping and street food. Come back to the hotel and relax through the night as you have a loaded day the next day.
Day 4 :Beach Excursion at Samui
Trip to Koh Samui is not complete until you visit Chaweng and Lamai beaches. After breakfast, you will be guided to the beaches to spend a relaxing and exciting day. The turquoise water beaches offer picture perfect scenery for you to remember a lifetime. Chaweng beach comparatively has stronger currents and bigger waves. Lamai beach is comparatively more quite than Chaweng beach. Early evenings are reserved for a short trip to Wat Phra Yai Temple. From a distance you can notice this huge 18 metre tall Buddha situated amongst the trees. Evening is again left free for you to spend a relaxing evening either at a spa or at your hotel room.
Day 5 :Return to Base
After breakfast and completing the check- out formalities at the hotel, you will be escorted to the airport to catch your flight back home. We make sure that you carry many unforgettable memories with you while you leave the beautiful country of Thailand.
- Return airfare from Mumbai-Bangkok-Mumbai
- Daily breakfast included in the package
- Airport transfers in Bangkok and Samui
- Accommodation in a three star category hotel with best amenities
- Visa assistance for the tour
- English speaking assistant
- Sightseeing in both the locations
- Visa charges are not included in the package cost
- Entrance fee to any of the places with be borne by the traveller
Frequently Asked Questions
Q.What is the Thailand trip cost from india?
A. Thailand tour package from India costs between 15,000 rupees and above, depending on your choice of accommodation and number of days.
Q.How much money do you need per day in Thailand?
A. The per day cost for Thailand ranges between 1,000 rupees to 5,000 rupees.
Q.Do Indians need a VISA for thailand?
A. If you are travelling for over 15 days, then you will be needing a valid VISA. Thai visas available for Indians currently are: tourist visa and special tourist visa.
Q.When is the best time to visit thailand?
A. November to April is the best time to plan a trip to thailand.
Q.Which are the nicest beaches in Thailand?
A. The nicest beaches in thailand are: sairee beach, sunset beach, Maenam beach, long beach, Kata noi beach, Maya bay etc.