Starting from the beaches in South Thailand ( Krabi, Phuket, Ko Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan, Pattaya etc.) to the cooler mountains in North (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai etc.)
We are excited to set you off on one of the best trips of your life. Get ready to create some unforgettable memories and send us a postcard ofcourse!
Koh Samui: To get the true feel of the island this tour offers you a visit to various attractions around the Samui’s main ringed road. We would take you around Big Buddha, the most scenic viewpoint, Grand Ma & Grand Pa Rocks, Wat Kunaram for mummified monk before getting to Namuang waterfall. Get a real touch of Samui and experience the absolute difference from other islands you might have been.
Phi Phi Island tour by speedboat: In this tour today you will visit Bamboo Island (Koh Mai Phai) where you can enjoy swimming and snorkelling in the clear sea water, islands of Phi Phi Lay ( with Viking cave & Loh Samah bay) , Maya Bay, Monkey Beach. The tour includes lunch for you, which will be served at Phi Phi Don.
Phuket: Take in Phuket Island’s natural beauty as you are driven along beach roads through Patong, Karon, Kata and Rawai. Visit the hilltop ‘Three Beaches’ viewpoint where you can take in a great vista of the beautiful bays of Kata Noi, Kata and Karon, as well as Kho Pu Island, at one of the island’s best scenic spots. Then head to Phuket’s southernmost point and the windswept Promthep Cape. This tour gives an insight into the highlights of the ‘Pearl of the Andaman’. It also includes a leisurely drive around Phuket Town to view the old Sino-Portuguese buildings. Other attractions visited are Wat Chalong – Phuket’s most beautiful and renowned monastery and Gems Gallery, where you can buy beautiful intricate jewellery.
Bangkok: Enjoy private tour of Bangkok city with visit to the Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha and Reclining Buddha with or without guide. Spend another day at the famous Safari World – an open air zoo & Marine Park, enjoyed by the kids & adults alike. Take time out to feed the lovely giraffes with your hands! If you are spending a weekend at Bangkok, visit the Chatuchak weekend market – a shoppers delight where you get everything from A to Z at wholesale rates!
Ayutthaya: About 80 kilometers north of Bangkok. It was capital of the Kingdom of Siam, and a prosperous international trading port, from 1350 until razed by the Burmese in 1767. The ruins of the old city now form the Ayutthaya Historical Park, an archaeological site that contains palaces, Buddhist temples, monasteries and statues. Enjoy a day trip from Bangkok – customise it to travel oneway by road and cruise back to Bangkok in a boat!
Pattaya: Pattaya is always switched on and fun. This vibrant coastal city shot to fame in early 1980s, and stayed there. From sunrise to sunset, Pattaya’s beaches are constantly brimming with life, as water sports lovers and sun worshippers take to the waters. After dark, the action shifts to the streets, as revellers explore its electrified nightlife scene, where drinking and partying continue until dawn. Apart from water sports and nightlife, Pattaya offers endless possibilities when it comes to accommodation and entertainment. It has outgrown its image as a seedy beach town to a destination for a wider audience; whether couples, families or business travellers, Pattaya has something for everyone. Only 147km from Bangkok, Pattaya is the closest of Thailand’s major beach resorts to the capital city.
Chiang Mai: Northern Thailand – Chiang Mai, the capital and transport centre of the north, is a great place just to hang out or prepare for a journey into the hills. For many tourists, this means joining a trek to visit one or more of the hill tribes, who comprise one-tenth of the north’s population and are just about clinging onto the ways of life that distinguish them from one another and the Thais around them.
Founded in 1296, it was capital of the independent Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.
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