Vibrant Thailand trip from India 09/21/2019


Confucius said that “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” And I am assuring you all the travel lovers that if you once travel Thailand you will lose your heart there.


Welcome to Thailand

Friendly and fun-loving, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue, from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the ever comforting Thai smile. Traveling to Thailand is a breeze, as the country has a tourist-friendly policy as well as a vast network of infrastructure and hotels that cater to a diverse array of business and leisure travelers. But before planning your trip to Thailand, it’s good to know all the essential information about the country.


When to go

The best time to visit Thailand is between November and February when the climate is relatively cool and dry.

What to wear

Go for comfortable cotton clothing. When visiting temples, certain museums, and the Grand Palace, remember to dress politely.


What to bring

Though you will find most items in Thailand  still your list should include:

Mosquito repellent, Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Pain Killers, Traveler’s first aid kit, Drug prescriptions, Photocopies of official documents.


      Top tourist destinations

Thailand is a beautiful country from its every corner as it offers you beautiful beaches, floating markets,  spirituality, national parks and so more, but the travel lovers love to go to Bangkok “the city of angels”

 In  Bangkok City Tour: Embark on a tour around the capital of Thailand.


  • Visit to Safari World and Marine Park: Spend a fun day at two of Bangkok’s most visited parks. Interact with animals, watch a variety of performances and come face to face with a bevy of wild
  • Visit to Dream World: Spend the day in the midst of fun rides at Dream World.
  • Wat Trimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha)
  • Royal Palace (from outside)
  • Visit to the Floating Market/ Street Market


  • Visit to Coral Island: Enjoy a speedboat ride from Pattaya to Coral Island and spend time enjoying the white sands, a range of water sports (at an additional cost) like para-sailing, under sea water- walk, local shopping
  • Visit to the Nong Noonch Village: This fascinating village is a showcase of Thai culture. From traditional Thai dances to Thai kickboxing, from the flora and fauna to an elephant performance, there is an incredible amount to experience at Nong Nooch.

and Phuket, the most popular city of Thailand known for the incredible nightlife that it offers to its tourists.


How to reach

By Air: There are direct flights from major cities of India to Bangkok. Bangkok has two International airports.

By Train: There are no railway routes from India to Thailand. The only International train from Kuala Lumpur connects to Padang Besar station at the Thailand-Malaysia border.

By Road: There is excellent road connectivity to Thailand from India via the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway.

“ The trip will be a treat for photography enthusiasts, so don’t forget to pack your cameras.”

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