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4 NIGHTS: Phuket (4N)

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5 NIGHTS: Phuket (3N) → Krabi (2N)

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7 NIGHTS: Phuket (4N) → Krabi (3N)

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9 NIGHTS: Chiang Mai (3N) → Krabi (6N)

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8 NIGHTS: Koh Samui (3N) → Phuket (3N) → Bangkok (2N)

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9 NIGHTS: Ho Chi Minh (2N) → Hanoi (2N) → Vientiane (2N) → Bangkok (3N)

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8 NIGHTS: Pattaya (3N) → Manila (2N) → Cebu (3N)

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Bustling with natives and tourists alike, Thailand is home to some of the best cities in the world, including Bangkok, Phuket, Hat Yai. If you are one of those couples who enjoy history and architecture, head to the magnificent temples like Wat Arun, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. The busy markets like the Floating Market, Pattaya’s Walking Street, the beach spots in Phuket like the Patong islands, the Phi Phi Islands with an unbeatable nightlife thrum the essence of Thailand will keep on your toes constantly. Modern architecture can be seen in skyscrapers, the art galleries and the natural parks, famously known Tiger park, Tarutao National Marine Park, celebrate wildlife.

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Frequently asked questions

How to get around on your Thailand tour?
Thailand offers various modes of transport to get around. Tuk Tuks, Shuttle buses, Private car hire, trains, cruises you will find every mode of transport to suit your travel needs.
What is the most spoken language in Thailand?
There are several languages spoken in Thailand. Of which, Thai is the most spoken language. And there is a huge chunk of people who speak a variant of Thai in Thailand. Khmer, Malay and Chinese are the other minority languages spoken in Thailand.
Which is the most commonly used currency in Thailand?
Thai Baht is the currency used in Thailand. Other currencies are not widely accepted in Thailand and hence it is advised to convert your respective currency to Thai Baht for your travel to Thailand.
What is the ideal time to spend in Thailand?
6-7 days would be an ideal time to spend in Thailand owing to its vast landscape and an amazing list of islands to visit and umpteen things to do in them. Ideally 3 days in Bangkok, 2 days in Phuket, 2 days in Pattaya/Koh Samui/Krabi would be sound like a perfect itinerary.
What is the best time to visit Thailand?
The best time to take up Thailand tour would be anywhere between November and the end of February when the weather is cooler. Holidays like New Year and Christmas bring in the crowds, so remember to book well in advance. March to June is ideal if you are a beach person, also being just the time before the rains begin. If you avoid crowds and occasional rains do not bother you, you could probably choose the July to October period.
What are the documents required to obtain Thailand visa for Indians?
Thailand offers visa on arrival for Indians. Upon arrival at one of the 32 designated Immigration checkpoints, you have to furnish your airline boarding pass, visa application form duly filled, 4x6 recent passport size photograph, return flight tickets 15 days from the date of entry in Thailand, Thailand arrival card provided during flight, hotel booking confirmation for stay in Thailand, 10,000THB as proof of living expenses per person and finally 2000THB visa on arrival application fee.