Escape To Bangkok and Pattaya

No. of Days: 5nights/6days

Places Covered: Bangkok – Pattaya (2Nights) – Bangkok (3Nights)

Some Useful Information About Thailand:

Capital of Thailand: Bangkok

Population of Thailand: 71 million

Currency of Thailand: Thai Baht (THB)

Exchange Rate:

Thai Baht to Indian Rupee: INR1 = THB2.33

US Dollar to Thai Rupee: $1 = THB35.62

Best Time To Visit Thailand: Thailand is visited by tourists throughout the year. Tourists pour from all over the world to Thailand. This is mainly because Thailand is quite friendly to the tourists, and the climate varies throughout the country. So, some regions and places are always pleasant to tourists. The best season to visit Thailand is, however, from November till early April. During this period rainfall is not there and skies are usually clear. From April onwards the heat gets oppressive and from June onwards rainy season begins in Thailand.

Day1: Bangkok – Pattaya:
Escape To Bangkok and Pattaya

Alcazar Show in Pattaya: This is a major tourist attraction

Arrive at at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok, where our representative will receive you. You will proceed to Pattaya directly from the airport. This is a around 2.5 hours journey.

Check into a hotel on arrival in Pattaya. Spend the rest of the day at leisure, adjusting your body to new time zone. In the evening, go for Alcazar Show.

This is a famous cabaret show of Pattaya. This spectacular show is created with the ultimate craftsmanship of light and music and lets you enjoy a good number of musical pieces that are performed by talented artists.

Overnight in Pattaya.

Day 2: Pattaya: Coral Island Tour:
Escape To Bangkok and Pattaya

A part of Coral Island Tour

Get up to relaxed morning. Enjoy your buffet breakfast at your hotel. Proceed for Coral Island Tour. The tour includes your lunch.

You get to see coral formations from a glass-bottomed boat.

Also, if you are adventurous enough, you can indulge in activities like parasailing and snorkeling. Or else, go for some swimming, and sunbathing.

Afterwards, return to the hotel. Evening at leisure. Overnight in Pattaya.

Day 3: Pattaya – Bangkok: 
Escape To Bangkok and Pattaya

Wat Traimit, Bangkok. This is home to the Golden Buddha

Get up leisurely and go for a hearty breakfast at the hotel. Afterwards, checkout from the hotel for Bangkok. Before leaving Pattaya, go on to explore Gems Gallery, which is a hub of precious stones and gems.

Later, proceed to Bangkok. Check into a hotel on arrival in Bangkok.

Towards evening, go on to explore the temples in Bangkok. Go on to visit Wat Traimit and the Marble Temple. Wat Traimit is located in Chinatown area. The temple houses a 5.5-tonne golden statue of a seated Buddha. The sculpture dates back to the 13th century and measures nearly 5 metres in height.

Marble Temple is one of the best known tourist attraction in Bangkok. The Buddhist Temple, built in white Italian marble, typifies Bangkok’s ornate style of high gables, stepped-out roofs and elaborate finials.

Bangkok is a city for those who love shopping and getting indulged in fun activities. Feel free to enjoy these activities. Have a nice dinner at one of the restaurants.

Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 4: Bangkok:
Escape To Bangkok and Pattaya

Safari World, Bangkok

Enjoy your breakfast in the morning and proceed for Safari World and Marine Park tour. Safari World Bangkok is a popular tourist attraction located in the heart of Bangkok.

Spread over an area of about 200 acres, Safari World is one of the largest open-air wildlife park in Asia. This is home to a wide variety of animal species from around the world.

The park is divided into two main sections, Safari Park and Marine Park and is an expansive wildlife sanctuary that can be explored by car or on foot.

At Marine Park, you get to see spectacular live-action shows such as Ski Show, Dolphin Show, Sealion, Bird, Elephant, Orangutan show, and Hollywood cowboy stunt show.

Return to the hotel. If you still have energy, go ahead on own and enjoy the night life of Bangkok.

Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 5: Bangkok City Tour with Floating Market:

Start a bit early after breakfast. Go on to visit some landmarks of Bangkok. Visit Grand Palace, a palace which was built in 1782 by King Rama I. It served as the official residence of Thai Kings for more than 100 years. While no kings live here anymore, the grounds are still occasionally used for ceremonial purposes today. The royal complex has a strict dress code so remember to dress respectfully. Cover your knees and shoulders, and don’t wear flip-flops. It is open for public from 8.30am to 3.30pm.

You can also visit the famous monument Wat Pho in the Old City. It has Thailand’s largest collection of Buddhist images, and also houses the famous 46m-long Reclining Buddha.

Escape To Bangkok and Pattaya

Damnoen Saduak – Floating market in Bangkok

Later in the day, head to explore the amazing floating market in Bangkok. Enjoy a unique shopping experience and gain insights into local life of Bangkok while roaming around the two markets – Damnoen Saduak and Railway Market. Stroll through the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and purchase some fresh fruits and vegetables from the colorful boats. Visit the Maeklong Railway Market and see how stalls are taken back from the track by vendors to let the train pass.

Feel free in the evening to explore more of Bangkok on your own. Enjoy a nice dinner.

Overnight in Bangkok.

Day 6: Bangkok – Onward Destination:

Check out from the hotel as per the timing of your flight. Leave with very happy memories of Thailand.

 

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