5 Days 4 Nights
Bangkok (2N) – Pattaya (2N)
Your transfer to your hotel will begin as soon as you arrive at the Bangkok international airport (seat in coach). Check into the hotel and freshen up. As part of the temple tour, we will stop at the "Wat Trimit," also known as the Temple of the Golden Buddha, which houses a 3-metre-tall Buddha statue crafted from 5.5 tonnes of solid gold and is a fine example of Sukhothai style art.
The second stop is the "Wat Phra Kaew," also known as the "Temple of the White Buddha," which houses a 3-metre-tall Buddha statue crafted from 5.5 tonnes of solid gold. The Marble Temple, commonly known as "Wat Benchamabophit," is the next stop on the itinerary. This monastery, built in the 19th century out of white Italian marble from Carrara, is home to one of the country's most stunning Buddha images, which is housed within it. We'll head back to the hotel.
Today you will visit Safari World, which is the largest open zoo in Bangkok, as well as Leisure Park, which provides a wide range of leisure options. The Marine Park and Safari Park are the two parks that make up the complex.
The Safari Park is approximately 8 kilometres in length. A drive through the park will take you approximately 45 minutes total. The ultimate safari experience includes hundreds of creatures from all over the world, making it the ultimate safari experience. There are numerous wild animals, like tigers and lions, to be found in the area. There are daily feeding performances for the tigers and lions.
Marine Park is a recreational area. The Marine Park is home to a diverse collection of species from the land, sea, and air. Among the attractions are the Jungle Cruise River ride, which is a water flume ride through the jungles of Africa and Asia, seven exhilarating performances every day, amazing Spy War action stunts, water skiing, dolphins, Hollywood cowboy antics, birds, orang-utan boxing, and sea lions, hundreds of exhibits, including white tigers, fantasy carp garden, tapir kingdom, crocodile garden, and many others. Return to the hotel and spend the night there.
Check-in and transport to Pattaya by a seat-in-coach transfer. Arrive in Pattaya and check in to your hotel room. The rest of the day is free for you to do whatever you choose. Overnight.
Pick up from your accommodation in Pattaya city. On the trip to Coral Island, we will stop at a sea platform where you will have the opportunity to try Parasailing and an Underwater Sea Walk. Depart from Pattaya pier by speedboat to Coral Island (optional). After that, travel to Coral Island, where you may relax on the beach and go swimming at Tawaen Beach.
At approximately 12:30 p.m., head for Pattaya pier, where you will eat a fantastic Indian lunch at a nearby restaurant. You will have the opportunity to go shopping or relax on the beach while you are free at leisure in Pattaya. After that, a quick stop at the most famous jewellery store in Pattaya was made on the way back to the hotel. Pattaya is where we will be staying for the night.
Breakfast, as well as a reserved seat on the coach to Bangkok International Airport
Travelers can visit Thailand at any time of year because there is no discernible "off-season." During the rainy or ‘monsoon' season, which lasts from July to October, travel is the least popular activity.
Thailand's electricity is typically 220 volts and 50 hertz. They make use of power sockets of the types A, B, and C. It is strongly advised that you bring a converter.
In general, tap water in Thailand is not safe to drink, regardless of where you are. At tourist attractions, hotels, and restaurants, bottled water is easily available for purchase.
Traveller’s checks are not frequently recognised in major cities, although credit cards are widely accepted. When travelling to more rural locations, it is recommended that you use cash, which can be obtained readily at ATMs in bigger towns.
Beach destinations in Thailand include Phuket, Krabi, Hua Hin, and Krabi provinces.