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Thailand is called the 'Land of Smiles' because of its warm welcoming people. It is one of the most popular destinations for travellers across the world to explore with a Thailand travel package. Most travellers take up a Thailand tour package to explore the Buddhist culture, to hit the beaches or to go on an island-hopping spree. Thailand's islands are famous for their underwater adventures, water-sports, and unique cuisine as well. These reasons make Thailand a great country to head for a Thailand tour with family, a honeymoon or a weekend getaway.

Phuket - the largest Thai island is known for its finger-licking food, white-gold beaches, and underwater wonders. Koh Samui is an island renowned for its relaxing spas and exotic sunset parties on the beach. Chiang Mai is celebrated for its hosts of temples and and its laid back attitude. Pattaya - the entertainment capital of Thailand is known as a center for the best beer bars and massage parlours. Bangkok - the island capital is famous for hosting the best street life and for always being full-on food. Krabi is worth visiting for its sheer gorgeous limestone rock formations that jut out from the mangroves and its enormous shopping avenues that sell trinkets galore. Travel and explore these exotic cities with Thailand packages from India booked at Pickyourtrail and explore some amazing places. You can uncover these extraordinary islands with a well planned Thailand package. Thailand offers something for every kind of tourist making it a good reason to discover the island nation with our Thailand holiday packages.

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Thailand Tour Packages from India

Thailand Packages from IndiaDuration*Price(Per person)
Adventurous Thailand Tour Package 8 Days/7 Nights Rs. 68,318
Stunning Thailand Package 9 Days/8 Nights Rs. 47,299
Splendid Thailand Trip Package 8 Days/7 Nights Rs. 51,933
Magical Thailand Holiday Packages 7 Days/6 Nights Rs. 31,738
Scenic Thailand Travel Packages 10 Days/9 Nights Rs. 43,565
Jubilant Thailand Phuket Packages 6 Days/5 Nights Rs.24,811
Exotic Thailand Pattaya Travel Packages 8 Days/7 Nights Rs. 23,212
Blissful Bangkok Thailand Tour Package 7 Days/6 Nights Rs. 30,395

Places to Visit on your Thailand Packages

The country known as the "Vegas of the East" but accurately regarded as the "Land of Smiles," is known for its immaculate beaches, glistening seas, lush jungles, delectable cuisine, and intriguing culture. A Thailand tour package includes exploring the shopping malls, antique temples, monuments, animal sanctuaries, and lively bars adding a romantic fling. Thailand packages offered at Pickyourtrail are a collaboration of Gorgeous vistas, serene beaches, opulent resorts right on the beach, magnificent locations to bring out the explorer in you, delectable cuisine for your taste buds, mind-blowing delight via all-night rocking parties – you name it, and you'll get it!

Places to visit in Bangkok

The contrasts that give the City of Angels its diverse facets. Slow-moving traffic is dodged by long boats sailing the canals and riverways, while gold-spired temples share space with neon-lit stretches of depravity. Monks in robes shop for the latest gadgets, and restaurants situated on the tops of skyscrapers stare down on streets dotted with food carts. Planning a Bangkok Thailand tour package is the best way to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Sukhumvit, The city's upscale commercial district and several of the city's most prominent nightlife hotspots are housed here. Khao San Road, the backpacker's mecca, is home to some of the city's most popular inexpensive hostels, as well as a variety of pubs. The historic Phra Sumen Fort, one of the oldest remaining fortifications in the city also lies in the famous road. Many ancient attractions, including the Grand Palace and the magnificent Buddha statue at Wat Pho, can be found in Rattanakosin, which are a must visit on your Thailand travel packages. King Rama V constructed his enormous Dusit Palace complex in Dusit, a district of Bangkok is home for most of the government's political and administrative structures, as well as a variety of museums and temples.

Known For - Food, Nightlife, shopping, backpackers hotspot, culture and history
Nearest Airport - Suvarnabhumi Airport, also called The Bangkok airport
Average price for stay - INR 1,700 for a 3-star hotel, INR 3,200 for a 4-star hotel, INR 5,000 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 3 days
Top Attractions - Open air dining, Jim Thompson’s house, Banglamphu, Chatuchak Weekend market, Wat Pho, China Town, Mae Nam Chao Phraya, Songkran, Shopping and Cookery

Places to visit in Chiang Mai

Discover yourself in the lush green countryside and pristine rainforests studded with tumbling waterfalls, calm wát and peaceful small towns - as well as a slew of marketplaces and elephant sanctuaries. Take advantage to visit this place in your Thailand holiday packages. Chiang Mai is the home for one of Thailand's renowned pilgrimage destinations, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, gleaming like a northern star from the heights and is an outstanding expression of Lanna culture. Thapae Walking Street is a great place to learn about the native customs and shop for elegant handcrafted items. In addition, nature and mountain hikes are another experience not to be overlooked while in Chiang Mai, whether it's climbing to the summit of Doi Inthanon, Thailand's highest peak. At Doi Ang Khang, take in the grandeur of the rice fields and the gentle breeze while watching the huge tiger flower. Visit Hmong communities in Doi Pui and stay in an ecotourism homestay in Mae Kampong, among other things. While you're here on your Thailand trip package, don't forget to sample the delicious Khao Soi!

Known For - Lush greens, host of markets, elephant sanctuaries
Nearest Airport - Chiang Mai International Airport
Average price for stay - INR 2,000 for a 3-star hotel, INR 5,000 for a 4-star hotel, INR 12,000 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 5 Days
Top Attractions - Wat phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Phra Singh, Saturday walking street, Talat Pratu Chiang Mai, Lanna folklife museum, Doi Inthanon National Park, Wat Chedi Luang, Chiang Mai Night Safari

Places to visit in Phuket

Phuket Town, the capital of the east coast, is known for its fascinating museums, Peranakan cuisine, Chinese shrines, and ancient palaces and shophouses built in the Sino-Portuguese style. Even a quick journey up into the hills beyond Kata to Big Buddha puts you in touch with the pulse of modern-day Phuket. You'll also be introduced to a world of delectable fusion meals, sophisticated foreign cuisine, and freshly caught seafood. Phuket is bordered by several beautiful beaches, including Rawai, Patong, Karon, Kamala, Kata Yai, Kata Noi, and Mai Khao, due to its size making it a must visit place on your Thailand Phuket packages. The sunsets from Laem Phromthep viewpoint are regarded to be among Thailand's most spectacular. It isn't all beaches either. Along with the friendly environment, the well-known Phuket nightlife explains why the island is a popular tourist destination in Thailand and a must have on your Thailand trip.

Known For - Beaches, Nightlife, Culture, spicy cuisine, Adventure (Excellent for diving and snorkeling)
Nearest Airport - Phuket International Airport
Average price for stay - INR 1,500 for a 3-star hotel, INR 2,200 for a 4-star hotel, INR 3,500 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 4 Days
Top Attractions - Big Buddha, Old Phuket town, Laem Phromthep, Town Architecture, beaches, Ao Phang-Nga, Similan islands, Ko Phi Phi

Places to visit in Krabi

Krabi, with its iconic karst structures snaking down the coast like a gigantic limestone castle of adventure, or rising out of the islands and hanging over beautiful white-sand beaches, is generally mentioned when people talk dreamily of the magnificent Andaman. Railay is heaven for rock climbers, while castaway hopefuls should travel to Koh Lanta, Ko Phi-Phi, or any of the other 150-plus islands that dot this 120-kilometer-long coastline.The most popular location covered by a Thailand tour package from India is the four island tour. Wakeboarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and other exciting adventure sports are offered on the shores. Witness the crazy nightlife scenes on the special 4-Island Tour, massage your soreness in the Klong Thom and Emerald Pool Hot Springs, and explore the unique James Bond Island Tour. Meet elephants at one of the many sanctuaries tucked among the beautiful foliage, and then spend the evening enjoying dance, fire, and light displays all throughout town! Krabi is a slice of heaven that you just cannot afford to miss during your Thailand tour!

Known For - beaches, islands ,diving, Nightlife, Hot springs
Nearest Airport - Krabi International Airport
Average price for stay - INR 1,900 for a 3-star hotel, INR 4,000 for a 4-star hotel, INR 7,000 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 5 Days
Top Attractions - Railay Beaches & Caves, Koh Poda, The Emerald Pool, Koh Hong, Koh Tup & Koh Mor, Klong Thom Hot Springs, Krabi Town, James Bond Island

Places to visit in Pattaya

The city is anchored atop Ao Pattaya, a large, crescent-shaped bay that was one of Thailand's first beach resorts when American GIs arrived in the 1960s. Pattaya, Thailand's multicultural, hyper-touristy capital, has some wonderful and reasonably priced places to stay and dine, as well as being a family-friendly resort coast. Take an elephant ride into the forest at the Pattaya Elephant Sanctuary on your Thailand tour packages. The sanctuary is an excellent choice for the whole family because it focuses on education and healing. The Pattaya Floating Market, which is brimming with food and handicrafts from all around Thailand, is a fantastic location to pick up souvenirs. Countless adventure junkies come here for a range of sports such as paragliding, parasailing, snorkelling, scuba diving, jet skiing, and many others. Bungee jumping, cycling, skydiving, go-karting, Muay Thai (Thai boxing), and paintball are among the other activities available to add to your Thailand packages, making it undeniably a hub for outdoor recreation.

Known For - Museums, galleries, nightlife hub
Nearest Airport - U-Tapao Airport
Average price for stay - INR 1,780 for a 3-star hotel, INR 3,000 for a 4-star hotel, INR 5,500 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 2 Days
Top attractions - Sanctuary of truth, Ko lan, Khao Chee Chan Buddha Mountain, Khao Phra Tamnak, Pattaya floating market, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, Wat Phra Khao Yai (“Big Buddha Hill”)

Places to visit in Chiang Rai

Beginning with its own Night Bazaar, Saturday Walking Street, and Jazz Festival, the city is steadily strengthening its tourist industry calling out for the best experience on every Thailand trip package. It is recommended to charter a long-tail boat and take in the sights along the two riverbanks to truly experience the Mae Kok's splendour. Chiang Rai City, at the end of the day, is all about relaxing and soaking it all in gently, savouring each moment as it comes. With its peaceful ambiance, delicious local cuisine and inexpensive lodging, this modest, lively city is well worth visiting on all Thailand travel packages. Despite the fact that Chiang Rai Province offers such a diverse range of attractions, the province's capital is sometimes ignored. It's also the natural starting point for trips to the province's more distant areas.

Known For - Temples, art, language, cuisine and music
Nearest Airport - Chiang Mai International Airport, Chiang Rai Airport
Average price for stay - INR 1,400 for a 3-star hotel, INR 3,000 for a 4-star hotel, INR 5,500 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 2-3 Days
Top attractions - Mae Fah Luang art and culture park, Hill tribe museum, Wat Phra Kaew, Tham tu pu and buddha cave, Wat Klang Wiang, Wat jet Yot

Places to visit in Kanchanaburi

While it's enticing to embellish Kanchanaburi's WWII past, the city is much more than the well-known triad of Death Railway Bridge over the River Kwae (Kwai), and Allied War Cemetery. Whether it's bamboo rafting along the River Kwae, a tour of Khmer temple ruins, or a day of shopping in the gemstone village, the city has a lot to offer to you on your Thailand holiday packages. The picturesque riverfront region is ideal for a leisurely stroll, although the music from karaoke bars and discos may make it rather noisy at night. White water rafting, elephant trekking, and golfing are popular activities for visitors, in addition to seeing beautiful waterfalls, lush forest, and three of Thailand's largest reservoirs. Kanchanaburi is a great place to visit to relax, unwind and spend quality time with your loved one on your Thailand tour packages.

Known For - History, Adventure, Shopping
Nearest Airport - Don Muang (DMK) Airport
Average price for stay - INR 2,400 for a 3-star hotel, INR 4,700 for a 4-star hotel, INR 8,200 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 2-3 Days
Top Attractions - Kanchanaburi are Srinakarin Dam, Khuean Srinagarindra National Park, Sai Yok Noi Waterfall & Sai Yok Yai Waterfall, Erawan Waterfall, Three Pagodas Pass, Wat Wang Wiwekaram, The Bridge of the River Kwae, Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, World War II museum and Art Gallery.

Places to visit in Hua Hin

Hua Hin, roughly a few miles south of Bangkok, has been the beach retreat of choice for Thai monarchy and nobles and also travellers for on their Thailand tour package from India. Hua Hin is home to a gorgeous, immaculate sand beach, a plethora of coastal seafood restaurants, a bustling night market, a variety of beach activities, and some fantastic inland activities, including golfing at some of Thailand's most recognised courses. Travellers will enjoy coastal horseback rides and visit a mountaintop Buddhist temple with a beautiful vista just down the coast at Takiab Bay. Hua Hin is a terrific affordable destination since seafood is abundant and inexpensive, public transportation is easy, and getting here from Bangkok requires much less time and effort than getting to the southern islands. Explore the budget part of Thailand with affordable Thailand packages from India.

Known For - Beaches, mountains,Temples, night markets, water parks
Nearest Airport - Hua Hin (HHQ) Airport
Average price for stay - INR 2,500 for a 3-star hotel, INR 3,700 for a 4-star hotel, INR 4,800 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration 2 Days
Top Attractions - Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, Cicada Market, Hua Hin Night Market, Plearn Wan Shopping Village, Khao Takiab, Phraya Nakhon Cave, Santorini Park Cha-Am, The Venezia Hua Hin

Places to visit in Koh Samui

Koh Samui, Thailand's second-largest island, an Archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand is a must have on every Thailand trip package. Ang Thong National Marine Park is a kayaking utopia and a day excursion from Koh Samui. While Samui is small enough to be transited by motorcycle or vehicle in a couple of hours, the island offers such a diverse range of beaches and activities that it is difficult to see everything in a single visit. Book yourself Thailand packages to experience some adventures activities. Chaweng, Lamai, Taling Ngam, and Natien are just a few of the numerous lovely beaches here. Cooking workshops, yoga, Muay Thai training, scuba diving, and even golf are some of the activities. While there are a few secluded beaches great for leisure, some exhibit old-world charm, such as Bo Phut, which includes converted ancient Chinese shophouses. Koh Samui has evolved into its own version of island paradise, maintaining much of its natural beauty while serving essentially every possible activity for the perfect beach vacation.

Known For - Adventure, Serene beaches
Nearest Airport - Samui International Airport
Average price for stay - INR 2,300 for a 3-star hotel, INR 6,700 for a 4-star hotel, INR 11,800 for a 5-star hotel
Ideal duration - 3 Days
Top Attractions - Angthong National Marine Park, Big Buddha, Bophut's Fisherman’s Village, Hin Ta and Hin Yai, Wat Plai Laem, Namuang Waterfall, Koh Tao

Places to visit in Phi Phi Islands

The Phi Phi islands are a six-island archipelago, with Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh serving as the major islands. These picture-perfect islands are either a 45-minute speedboat ride or a 90-minute ferry journey from either Phuket or Krabi, making them ideal tropical vacations in Southeast Asia. Coral gardens and deeper reefs nearby provide spectacular diving and snorkelling experience. Since there are no vehicles on Phi Phi, only tiny paths that crisscross the island, getting about is simple: hire a native long tail boat or go for a stroll. Experience the archipelago here on your Thailand tour packages. The well-known Viking Cave, which is said to preserve ancient artwork, is located here. Workers gather the nests needed to produce the profitable bird's nest soup, a much-valued Chinese gourmet delicacy, in Phi Phi Leh, which is also a major nesting location for swifts. Day excursions to Phi Phi Leh are easily accessible from Phuket and Krabi and include snorkelling.

Known For - Adventure, rock formations, shopping
Nearest Airport - Krabi Airport and Phuket Airport
Average price for stay - INR 2,200 for a 3-star hotel
Ideal duration - 1-2 Days
Top Attractions - Koh Phi Phi Leh & Maya Bay, Bamboo Island, Viking Cave, Diving & Shark watching tours, Moo Dee Bay

Best time to visit Thailand

Thailand is a destination that enthrals without a wonder. While it's known for its lush environment and gorgeous islands that sparkle on bright, sunny days, it also has a monsoon season and occasionally scorching temperatures, so picking the correct time to visit is crucial. Between November to early April, the cold and dry season, when temperatures vary from 84°F to 97°F, is the ideal time to take up a Thailand travel package. However, because the climate changes around the country, it makes it an all year around destination.

Peak Season (November to March)

The best time for good weather. The monsoons are followed by a mild and dry season, therefore the terrain is lush and the climate is favourable. The beautiful weather, on the other hand, means Thailand is at its busiest. People and inflated rates abound throughout Christmas and the western New Year holidays.

Shoulder Season (April to June and September and October)

When the monsoon is either just settling in or just departing, and the weather is not too high, the two shoulder season periods are ideal times to visit Thailand with a Thailand tour package from India. The months of April to June are often hot and dry, with an average temperature of 30°C in Bangkok. Sea breezes, on the other hand, provide natural air conditioning in coastal locations. The Gulf Coast Islands are your perfect idea for escaping weather in September and October. The shoulder season is also an ideal time to go surfing or diving on the west coast of Thailand.

Low Season (July to October)

The ideal time for the budget travellers. The rain during the monsoon season might range from midday flurries to severe flooding, although it generally comes in short, powerful spurts. While the low season brings reduced rates and fewer visitors, it also has drawbacks: some islands close and boat transportation is hampered during bad weather. If you go during the off-season, be flexible with your travel arrangements. Booking a cheap thailand tour package with airfare is possible due to the low season by the monsoons.

How to Reach Thailand

Travel to bucolic Thailand, which is known for its pristine beaches and antique Buddhist temples, all of which exude a sense of tropical adventure. Thailand, being a popular tourist destination, is open all year and is well connected to the rest of the globe. Here's a thorough guide on how to go to Thailand for anyone considering a vacation to this Southeast Asian nation.

By Air

There are direct flights from major Indian cities to Bangkok, Thailand's capital. Don Mueang International Airport (the oldest functioning airport in Asia) and Suvarnabhumi Airport are the two international airports in Bangkok. Suvarnabhumi International Airport is served by direct flights from Kolkata, New Delhi, Varanasi, Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Chennai making your Thailand holiday packages including flights more affordable. The quickest flights are from Kolkata's Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport, which takes less than three hours. Thai Airways, Jet Airways, Air India, and Cathay Pacific are some of the carriers available. Direct flights to Udon Thani, Phuket, Hat Yai, and Chiang Mai are also available, but with stops in Singapore, Malaysia, or Hong Kong.

By Road

The India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral route provides excellent road access to Thailand from India. The journey begins in Moreh (Manipur), India, and ends in Mae Sot, Thailand, after a 3,200-kilometer journey. Traveling by car to Thailand might take up to a week. The India to Thailand travel packages not necessarily be with flights, but also customised through road trip.

Between November and February is the ideal season to travel by car. Before traveling on a road trip, follow the appropriate precautions:
- International Driving Permit (IDP)
- Valid Driver’s license
- Necessary vehicle documents
- Medicines, lots of drinking water and snacks
- Take vaccinations as diseases like yellow fever and malaria which are prevalent in the forest areas of Thailand
- Carry a sufficient amount of loose currency in Myanmar Kat and Thai Baht. You may also travel using US dollars, which are acceptable in both countries.

By Train

There are no railway lines connecting India and Thailand. Padang Besar station, on the Thailand-Malaysia border, is served by the only international train from Kuala Lumpur.

Frequently Asked Questions about Thailand Trip

Why is Thailand famous?

Thailand is renowned for its scenic beaches, hospitality, elephants, and Thai massage, which is akin to yoga. Thai cuisine, including the pad thai, som tum, and mango sticky rice, are indeed popular, as are the temples, tuk-tuks, floating markets, and full moon parties.

How to get to Thailand from India?

By air - Air travel is the quickest and most reliable option. There are direct flights to Thailand's main cities, such as Bangkok or Phuket. Typically, a direct trip takes around 4 hours. Major airlines with regular flights to Thailand include Air India, Bangkok Airways, SpiceJet, and THAI.
By Road - The India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral motorway connects India with Thailand. The journey begins in Manipur, India, and continues via Thailand to Mae Sot, Thailand. It would take roughly a week to accomplish the 3,200 kilometre journey.

How much do you need to travel Thailand? How many baht per day in Thailand would be required?

The average daily expenditure for an individual is around ฿3,241 (INR 7,521). On average, one day's meals cost ฿481 (INR 1,116) while local transportation costs ฿384 (INR 891). In addition, the average hotel cost for a couple in Thailand is ฿2,015 (INR 4676).

How much would a trip to Thailand cost ?

For one individual, a one-week trip in Thailand all inclusive of flights, hotels, activities and transfers costs about ฿22,686 (INR 52,651). Consequently, for two individuals it costs about ฿45,372 (INR 1,05,303).

Does Indian license work in Thailand?

Although Indian driver's licences are legitimate, you also need an International Driver's Permit (IDP) with you on your Thailand trip. The country has a left-hand drive policy, which is identical to that of India.

Are there casinos in Thailand?

Thailand prohibits gambling, with the exception of horse racing and the government-sponsored Thai lottery. Despite anti-gambling legislation, Thailand has a large number of illicit casinos.

What are the famous places in Thailand?

1. Railay Beach
2. Doi Suthep
3. Koh Phi Phi
4. Floating Markets
5. The Grand Palace, Bangkok
6. Climbing at Tonsai Beach
7. Sunday Walking Street, Chiang Mai
8. Kanchanaburi Bridge
9. Waterfalls at Erawan National Park
10. Pai
11. Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
12. Khao Sok National Park
13. Wild Elephants at Khao Yai National Park
14. Sukhothai Old City
15. Historic City of Ayutthaya

What to see in Krabi, Thailand?

Krabi is considered one of the finest for its opulent landscapes and gorgeous beaches and islands. Its coral reef panoramas are also among the most spectacular in the world, making it an ideal location for coral diving. Here are a few top places to visit in Krabi on your Thailand tours:-
1. Khao Khanab Nam
2. Phra Nang Shrine
3. Wat Tham Sua
4. Railay Beach
5. Ao Nang Beach
6. Maya Bay
7. Thung Teao Forest Natural Park
8. Lanta Animal Welfare
9. Susan Hoi
10. Wat Kaew Korawaram

When is the Songkran festival held in Thailand?

Every year in April, from the 13th to the 15th, the Songkran Festival takes place. Songkran is a Buddhist water feast that celebrates the onset of the traditional Thai New Year.

Is Thailand safe for solo female travellers?

Thailand is a safe country for solo female travellers. There are a few things you should know before visiting Thailand, particularly if you are a woman. You must constantly be cautious. Avoid taking beverages from strangers, keep your belongings safe, and avoid shady places/streets like you would in any other nation, and you won't have to worry too much.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Thailand?

July is the cheapest month to fly to Thailand. August and September as well you can get the better prices rather than the other months of the year.

Is it safe to drink the local water in Thailand?

In Thailand, only drink cooked or processed water, not tap or local water. Brushing with tap water is perfectly OK.

Are there direct flights from India to Thailand?

There are direct flights from India ( Kolkata, New Delhi, Varanasi, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Chennai) to Thailand (Phuket, Bangkok). Where the average flight time is 3h 55min.

Which floating markets are famous in Thailand?

The Damnoen Saduak floating market, located in the Damnoen Saduak District is an unmissable experience on your Thailand tour package. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Amphawa Floating Market few kilometers from Bangkok, Ayutthaya Floating Market in Ayutthaya, Pattaya Floating Market in Pattaya, Taling Chan Floating Market in Bangkok and Klong Suan Roi Pee in Chachoengsao are other renowned floating markets. Well-known marketplaces have been in operation for almost a century and offer a fascinating look into Thai culture. As you float down the gorgeous canadian river, you may buy excellent cuisine, souvenirs, and local products from hundreds of sellers and farmers in their little wooden rowing boats.

How is the nightlife in Thailand?

Thailand is one of those places where the day flows seamlessly into the night. The greatest time to explore the picturesque sites is during the day, but it takes on a whole other appeal towards twilight. Beach parties, safaris, night markets, nightclubs, street cuisine, and larger-than-life spectacles will steal your breath away on your Thailand package as you join the hordes of visitors who adore seeing the nation beneath the stars.

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.

How many days are required to visit 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 sound like a perfect itinerary.

What do I pack for Thailand?

Packing the following items should be enough for your Thailand trip - Slip-on shoes, Water bottle, Bug spray & sunscreen, Rain jacket, Sweater or sweatshirt, Warm weather clothes, A sturdy daypack, Bathing suit & sarong, or quick dry towel and Hiking shoes

How do I buy a sim card in Thailand?

It is pretty easy to get a sim card in Thailand. The best sim card is AIS Traveller. The sim card costs 399 Baht and gives unlimited access to the internet for 15 days. Alternatively you can buy the sim card online in advance. You can select, register and pay for the sim card based on your package (Happytourist 299, Happytourist 599 and likewise) and pick it up at the Suvarnabhumi airport.

Does Thailand have on arrival visa? How to get Thailand visa?

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 2000 THB visa on arrival application fee.

What is the best time to visit Thailand?

The best time to visit Thailand is from November to February which is the cool and dry season. This period marks the peak season of travel to Thailand with December and January witnessing footfall of international tourists.

The period of April to June is the shoulder season when the rain starts to set in and temperatures hover around the late 20s to early 30s.

Travel fares and hotel prices see a drop and those who are looking to save money but still travel to Thailand without the consequences of harsh weather find these months favourable. July to October is the wet season characterised with high rainfall and humidity. Many islands shut down during this period keeping safety in mind.

What is the weather like in Thailand in January?

January is one of the few chilly months, with temperatures ranging from the low 20ºC to 30ºC in most areas, with Chiang Mai being the coldest. Rain is scarce. It is a great time to visit the national parks, sanctuaries and also indulge in some hikes and treks. This is the country's busiest Holiday period, and almost everything will be sold out. In the evenings, a light sweater or jacket is recommended. The best places to visit in Thailand in January are Chiang Mai, Ka Tao, Ko Lipe and Ko Pha Ngan

How is Thailand in February?

The average temperature in February is comparable to that of January, ranging between 22 and 32 ℃. Rain possibilities grow in the north, while they decrease in the south. The reduced humidity makes touring and outdoor activities more enjoyable.One of the ideal times to visit Thailand is in February. It's the month of the famed Chiang Mai Flower Festival, a colourful three-day event packed with parades and dance, in addition to the almost-guaranteed beautiful weather.

Is March a good time to go to Thailand?

In Thailand, March marks the start of summer, and temperatures begin to rise quickly. The weather has been nice, particularly throughout the first half of the month. It's also mango season, which starts today. March is the month when the high season's peak begins to fade. It's a great time of year to take a stroll through the city, see the temples, and dine at some of the city's popular pubs and restaurants. It's a fantastic time to scuba dive off the west coast since it's relatively dry. The best places to visit in Thailand in March are Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), Kra Isthmus, Phang Nga Bay or Phi Phi Island and Elephant Valley.

Is May a good time to visit Thailand?

May is a bit milder, yet uncomfortable, and heavy rainstorms dramatically increase humidity. If you loathe rain, then May is not the ideal month to visit Thailand.Not only that, but the costs are very cheap. During the rainy season, most hotels offer totally different pricing systems, with rates frequently being slashed in half. For these reasons, if you end up with a cheaper, less crowded vacation, it may be worth suffering the afternoon showers. The best places to visit in Thailand in May are Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai.

Is it worth going to Thailand in June?

The monsoon covers virtually the whole country, with the west coast seeing a lot of rain. Keep in mind that if you visit during a week with very strong rains, roads may be washed away, particularly in the south towards Phuket. Storms are frequently accompanied by thunder and lightning, which can cause flooding and evacuations. To be safe, keep an eye on the weather forecast. The tourist attractions are less crowded, and the beach resorts are not overcrowded. You also don't have to make as many reservations in advance. The best places to visit in Thailand in June are Pai Canyon, Gulf of Thailand, Chiang Rai and Hua Hin

What to see in Thailand in 5 days?

Day 1: Explore Bangkok’s Temples & Culture
1. Saranrom Palace
2. Old Big Gun Museum
3. Palace And Temple Of The Emerald Buddha
4. Wat Arun – Temple Of Dawn
5. Thonburi Canal, The Royal, Barges Museum
6. Wat Pho: Temple Of The Reclining Buddha
Day 2: Bangkok’s City tour
1. Bangkok’s Night Market
2. Lumphini Park
3. China Town And A Lady Boy Show
Day 3: Head to Phuket
1. Hike and kayak through the mangroves
2. Go fishing with locals and get a taste of village life
3. Snorkel and swim in Phang Nga Bay
4. Enjoy the beaches of Khao Lak, depart Phuket
Day 4: Day trip to Phi Phi Islands
1. Enjoy snorkelling
2. Mosquito Island, and enjoy your aquatic adventure
3. Bamboo Island, vast stretch of white sand, clear waters and aquatic life
Day 5: Departure

What are the things I should know before I travel to Thailand?

These are some things about Thailand you should know which will help you plan your trip:
1. The people are really friendly and helpful
2. Tuk-tuks are cheaper and more fun
3. Gambling is permitted only on certain days
4. Public transportation, like the subway, is quite cheap
5. English is widely spoken, but learn a few Thai phrases just for reference
6. Massages here are the cheapest in the world
7. There are 7-Elevens everywhere

How to save money when on a trip to Thailand?

These are some tips to save money on your Thailand trip:
1. Travel like a local
2. Avoid expensive taxis
3. Drink bottled water, and refill
4. Plan your trip in advance
5. Eat local food
6. Use plastic money to get discounts
7. Bargain before you purchase
8. Do your own laundry
9. Hire a motorbike
10. You can even walk

What are the best islands to visit on your Thailand trip?

Phuket - Phang Nga Bay for its distinctive limestone cliffs and James Bond Island for its Hollywood fame, Bangla Road for its lively nightlife, night market for exclusive shopping, Simon cabaret show for a world-famous show with a ladyboy cast.
Chiang Mai - Holy place of Doi Suthep for a spiritual experience, night safari for wildlife love, Karen long neck village for its unique culture, the old city for ancient temples, shopping houses and monumental buildings.
Krabi - Railey beach & caves to relax in its exotic white sand, the cave temple of Wat Tham Sua to visit, the hot springs of Klong Thom to feel and witness, party at the Ao Nang Beach to dance the night away.
Bangkok - The most famous reclining buddha at Wat Pho, the grandeur of Grand Palace, endless shopping at Chatuchak market, the unique tower of Sathorn to climb.
Pattaya - The party ambiance of the walking street to enjoy, the awe-inspiring teak structure of sanctuary of truth to admire, floating markets to buy food, fruits, and handicrafts, the Wat Phra Khao Yai temple to feel spiritual.
Koh Samui - The beautiful Namuang waterfalls to watch, the large Angthong National Marine Park for its beaches, mangroves, mountains, and beaches to make most of, the body of mummified Monk at Wat Khunaram to go see.
Phi Phi Island - Koh Phi Phi Leh’s Maya Bay beach to visit which took recognition post the release of the Hollywood flick ‘The Beach’, Bamboo island surrounded by bamboo trees to feel serene, scuba diving and discovering the sharks to taste adventure.

What are the best beaches in Thailand?

Railay's Phra Nang Beach, Phi Phi Island’s Maya Bay, Ko Chang's White Sand Beach, Ko Lipe's Hat Pramong Beach, Phuket's Patong Beach, Ko Nang Yuan, Hua Hin Beach, Ko Samui's Lamai Beach, Ko Phangan's Haad Rin and Ko Tao's Sairee Beach are the top 10 beaches in Thailand.

What are the best water sports to try in Thailand?

Scuba diving, snorkelling, Surfing, Banana Boat ride, Windsurfing and Sailing and some of the best water sports you can indulge in while in Thailand.

What are the best temples to visit in Thailand?

Wat Arun in Bangkok - This is the most famous buddhist temple in Thailand known for its architectural representation of Mount Meru and a must visit on your Thailand tours. It becomes a stunning sight to behold during sunset when it's 70 meters high spire decorated with Chinese porcelain and coloured glass is lit up.
Wat Rong Khun - It is also known as White temple is another famous temple in Chiang Rai which was rebuilt by the artist Chalermchai Kositpipat as an offering to buddha. It is expected to complete not before 2070.
Wat Phra Kaew - The temple in Bangkok’s Grand Palace is another renowned temple that attracts hordes of tourists for the Emerald Buddha housed there which is carved from a single block of jade. The buddha’s clock change is a highly celebrated ritual which finds visitors flock in plenty to watch the king perform the ritual.
Wat Pho Bangkok - This is one of the first temples in Thailand to be regarded as royal temples. This temple draws tourists to visit its 46-meter reclining buddha and country’s largest collection of Buddha images. The temple is also where King Rama I’s ashes are enshrined.
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai - This is one of northern thailand’s sacred temples which is enthroned in a mountain and is accessible by a flight of 306 stairs and is beautifully decorated with white elephants, and other monuments.
Sukhothai Historical Park, Wat Sri Suphan, Sanctuary of Truth, Wat Benchamabophit and Ayutthaya Historical Park are also Thailand’s famous temples that are a must visit.

What is the best food to eat in Thailand?

Krathong Tong - An appetiser made of delicately fried shells generally filled with chicken, corn, potato, carrot and tangy cream sauce.
Gai Haw Bai Toey - A dish where the chicken is marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil and coriander roots and wrapped in aromatic vanilla incensed pandan leaves and deep fried imparting an herbal flavour to the chicken. The dish is also called Pandan Wrapped Chicken.
Gaeng Keaw Wan - That is the world-famous Thai green curry, an amazing blend of green curry paste and coconut cream served with jasmine rice or round rice noodles.
Lad Na - Popularly referred to as the national dish of Thailand, it is essentially rice flour noodles which are fried until nice and crispy and topped with a mix of fish sauce, black soy sauce and oyster sauce.
Pad Thai - Most common street food in Thailand, this dish is basically rice noodles stir fried with eggs and tofu and flavoured with fish sauce, palm sugar and tamarind pulp.
Gaeng Mussaman - A divine curry made the Muslim way that incorporates elements like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, star anise, cumin, bay leaves, nutmeg among others grinded to fine curry paste and fried with coconut cream. Chicken or other meat along with potatoes, onions, tamarind paste, sugar and fish sauce added later and cooked and eaten with rice and cucumber and onion salad.
Pla Rad Prik - A whole fish fried until crispy and topped with a traditional sweet, spicy and sour sauce made of garlic, palm sugar and chillies and eaten with rice, curry and soup.
Pad Kra Prao - Meat seasoned with fish sauce and a little bit of palm sugar or oyster or soy sauces and served with jasmine rice and topped with crispy fried egg.

Which are the best Indian restaurants in Thailand?

Indian Restaurants in Bangkok - Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology, The Great Kabab Factory, Indus Restaurant, Bawarchi Restaurant, Punjabi Grill, Kebabs & Kurries, JW Cafe, Gaggan Restaurant, Amritsar, Amaya Food Gallery, Punjab Grill Bangkok, Rang Mahal Restaurant, Al Saray.
Indian Restaurants in Pattaya - Maharani, Zaika Indian Restaurant, Indian by Nature, Imli Grill, Panchwati Gujarati Indian Restaurant, Govindam, The Dosa Hut, Alibaba Tandoori & Curry Restaurant, Madras Darbar, Saras Express.
Indian Restaurants in Phuket - Highway Curry Indian & Thai Cuisine, Magic Masala Indian Restaurant, Golden Paradise Restaurant, Hangover Inn Restaurant, Saffron Spice Restaurant & Bar, Tandoori Flames, Madras Cafe 2 & Guest House.
Indian Restaurants in Chiang Mai - Rajdarbar Indian Restaurant, New Delhi Indian Food, Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant, Accha Authentic Indian Cuisine, Whole Earth Restaurant, Hinlay Curry House, Grill of India, Le Spice.

What are the best festivals in Thailand?

If you are visiting Thailand in April, from 13th - 15th of April, Songkran, the water festival would be the festival that you will find being celebrated across the island nation. You will see people drenched all around and splashing water with water guns, hose pipes, buckets and having fun.
The Lantern festival (Yi Peng) in Chiang Mai - This festival celebrated on a full moon in November is also a festival that provides a beautiful experience with thousands of brightly lit lanterns that are lit and raised in the night sky.
Buffalo racing festival in Chonburi - This festival in Thailand celebrated during October is also a festival that draws in hordes of tourists. Jockeys ride bareback on their trusty buffalo beasts and race for 100meters while the crowds cheer away to glory.
Lopburi Monkey festival - Celebrated in November is another fun Monkey festival where approximately 3000 monkeys are fed with over 4 tonnes of fruits, vegetables and other treats. So enjoy the surreal experience of feeding a monkey.
In the month of January - February in Bangkok, the Chinese New Year is celebrated with huge fervour. The narrow streets of Chinatown are ramped up with firecrackers, dragon dancers and sumptuous chinese banquets.

Which places must you visit to experience Thailand's best nightlife?

The top 5 nightlife hotspots in Thailand, providing something for everyone's tartness are:-
1. Pattaya Walking Street
2. Full Moon Party, Koh Phangan
3. Beach Clubs and Sunset Bars, Phuket
4. Hard Rock Café’s Foam Party, Pattaya
5. Koh Tao Pub Crawl, Koh Tao

Which are the best adventure activities in Thailand?

Thailand is bursting to the seams with chances for adventure, excitement, and daring. Here are few to have a note on.
1. Zip Lining in Chiang Mai
2. Sea Kayaking in Krabi
3. Snorkeling in Phi Phi island
4. Skydiving in Pattaya
5. Mountain Biking in Doi Suthep–Pui National Park, Chiang Mai
6. Whitewater Rafting in Chiang Mai
7. Waterfall Abseiling in Khao Yai National Park, Hin Tung
8. Visiting Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai
9. Jungle Trek in Chiang Mai, Ko Samui
10. Caving in Pang Mapha

Where to shop on your Thailand trip?

Shopping in Bangkok - Central world, Chatuchak Weekend Market, Chinatown, Asiatique the Riverfront and Rot Fai Market.
Shopping in Phuket - Central Festival, Weekend Market, Jungceylon Shopping Mall, Walking street
Shopping in Pattaya - Floating Market of Pattaya, Royal Garden Plaza and the Pattaya Night Market
Shopping in Krabi - Krabi Town Walking Street, Maharaj Market and Vogue Departmental store.

Which are the famous scuba diving places in Thailand?

Thailand's scenery ranges from rocky outcroppings washed by the currents to gently sloping coral reefs. Here are a handful of Thailand's greatest scuba diving locations that are just waiting to be discovered to help you plan your next underwater vacation!
1. Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, Koh Lanta
2. Koh Dok Mai, Phuket
3. Sail Rock, Koh Tao (Also near Koh Samui and Koh Phangan)
4. Richelieu Rock, Koh Tachai, and Koh Bon, near Similan Islands
5. Chumphon Pinnacle, Koh Tao
6. Similan Islands
7. HTMS Sattakut Wreck

What should I buy in Thailand?

It might be a cry for our wallets to help us pay for every set we see on those delightful visits to Thailand. Prioritizing souvenirs is a sluggish effort, where Here are some suggestions for keepsakes.
1. Thai Trinkets
2. Thai Silk
3. Thai spices
4. Thai Spa Products
5. Thai Snacks
6. Takabb Anti-cough Pill
7. Bakery Goodies
8. Edible Insects
9. Thai silver
10. Muay Thai Shorts
11. Thai Coconut Oil Products
12. Tiger Balm
13. Thai Liquor
14. Soap Carvings
15. Handmade Bags
16. Thai handicraft

Where to snorkel in Thailand?

Thailand is a snorkelling and diving paradise, with a few of the world's finest dive sites with a diverse array of magnificent marine life. Here are a few top places to snorkel in Thailand: - Koh Tao, Hin Daeng and Hin, Muang, Koh Rok Islands, Koh Kradan, Koh Similan, Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lipe, Koh Larn, Koh Chang and Koh Talu

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