And in case you are also trying to find the best of Thailand tour packages, you have reached just the right place. No matter whether you wish to visit this quaint country with your family, friends or partner, you can never forget your trip to Thailand, ever in your lifetime! And quite naturally, you will keep going back there time and again.
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is not a place which you will fall in love with as soon as you step onto it. However, the real beauty of the place will make you its fan slowly and steadily! It is heaven for all the fashion lovers and shopping enthusiasts in the world. Here, you will find the best of fashion essentials, without making a hole in your pocket! Apart from satiating your shopping goals, you can visit the numerous temples that the city has and which are quite invariably an essential part of each and every Thailand holiday packages. A ride in the tuk-tuk, a cruise dinner over the Chao Phraya River, meeting and greeting the locals with ‘sawadee ka’ and a smile, are some of the things which will make the city all the more pleasurable for you. And once you are done experience the best of Bangkok, you can go on your onward tour to some the best tropical islands of Thailand.
So, here are some of the things which you should plan on doing on your Thailand trip. Let’s have a look at what they are:
Visit One or Two Tropical Islands: Koh Samui, Phuket, Krabi, Phi Phi, Koh Tao, and what not! There are no dearth of beautiful islands in Thailand and our specialised Thailand packages will have a visit to some of these islands where you can have the best days of your life! Snorkel on its clear blue waters, scuba dive or kayak, you can never get enough of it.
Gorge on the Delectable Cuisines: Thailand is the land of delicious foods and you can never have enough of them, really! The most exquisite Pad Thai, Som Tam, Thai Green and Red Curries, Sticky Rice, are something which will keep you glued to Thailand and you won’t feel like coming back to your regular ‘dal-chawal’.
Visit the Floating Markets: The floating markets are very interesting to experience and surely one of a kind! Damnern Saduak and Taling Chan are the most famous floating markets in Thailand and there are numerous products on sale there. You will also be able to click some great pictures sitting on the boat, and swaying through the canals of these floating markets.
Explore the Famous Wats temples: Thailand is known for its temples and the Wat Pho and Wat Aru are some of the most popular temples in Thailand. Grand Palace, also known as the royal palace of Thailand, is the official residence of the Monarch, although he doesn’t stay here anymore. This palace is used for conducting different ceremonies and is open for tourists every day. You can also get a glimpse of the emerald Buddha of the 15th Century inside this palace, along with the temples of Wat Arun and Wat Pho.
Apart from these, Thailand has much more to offer to your traveller soul. Indulge in some best of shopping, get yourself a relaxing Thai massage, or just roam around the places. It’s amazing culture and breath-taking landscapes will take your vacation to another level. Each and every part of Thailand speaks for itself, and each of the places are absolutely picture-perfect that best shot of yours! It is very rightly termed as the ‘Land of Smile’s, for wherever you go, you will find smiling faces greeting you. The locals are extremely friendly and helpful and will make your stay there absolutely amazing. The accommodation options in Thailand are very comfortable too. The lavish resorts have all the facilities in the world. You can stay at one just amidst the hustle-bustle, or somewhere at a remote island, you will be rejuvenated in your own way!
While creating your Thailand tour package, we will keep in mind your interests and will tailor-made your itinerary suiting those. This will ensure that you can spend your days in Thailand in your own terms, without worrying for anything else. Isn’t that great? So, why not get in touch with us today for that most exciting Thailand holiday of yours?