• DestinationThailand
  • Duration5 days
  • Trip DifficultyMedium
Itinerary Overview Map

Day 1: Kathmandu to Thailand

Firstly, we will set off for our flights at TIA to Thailand Airport. Then, we will be heading towards hotel in our vehicle, and the journey will take 2 hours to reach the hotel. We will be checked into our hotel and taken a rest. In the evening, we will visit to the Alcazar Show – Performed in a state of the art theater seating up to twelve hundreds patrons, this show is a palace of decadence which provide spectacular elegance and enjoyment for all.

Day 2: Excursion to coral island

After we do our breakfast at hotel, we will be moved to observe the beautiful Coral island. Our tour will start with an entertaining ride in a speedboat to the island. Other various water-sports activities like parasailing, snorkeling, windsurfing, sea walking etc. are available here as a part of entertaining provider adventure’s act. Then, we will return to the main Pattaya beach road to board the coach and proceed for a lunch. The afternoon is free at leisure. We can visit local areas nearby to our hotels surroundings.

Day 3:  Bangkok

We will drive you to the capital city of Thailand. En route is a place where we can visit the famous Gem’s Gallery to buy precious jewellery and also we can understand their beautiful creation. After this, we will drive towards   an exciting guided tour of this bustling city. Along with this, we will visit ‘Wat Pho’ – the temple of the Reclining Buddha, (the oldest temple in Bangkok), ‘Wat Traimit( the temple of the Golden Buddha) and Later on, we will check in to the Hotel. The afternoon is leisure time.

Day 4: Safari world and Marine Park

After breakfast at the hotel, we will proceed for Safari World Tour (Thailand’s most popular open zoo and Show Park) that covers over 200 acres. Safari World is made up of a Safari Park and a Marine Park, and offers a great variety of fun and entertainment for travelers of all ages. A visit through the Safari Park provides us an exciting opportunity to experience a close encounter with rare and endangered species. In Marine Park we can spend time seeing various land, sea and aerial creatures and is the place where live stunt performances by animals are performed like dolphins show.

Day 5: Departure

The last day is free for us to do more shopping in Bangkok, if required. After that, we will check out from the hotel along with luggage and we will be heading to Airport to catch our flights for returning to Nepal.

Thailand is located in the center of south-east Asia. The country was known originally as Siam in the mid-14th century. Later on, it was renamed as “Land of the free” in 1939. The capital city of Thailand is Bangkok. Thailand has a mixed economic system. There is a variety of owned freedom, combined with centralized economic planning and government regulation. Thailand is a country that has varieties of cultural aspects in spite of being a major tourist destination. An individual can easily find everything here- Dense forests, beaches, ancient monasteries, monks, etc. Thailand is a home to more than 15 – 20% of the world’s animals as natural forests cover approximately 25% of Thailand’s total land area. Khao Sok National Park and Khao Yai National Park are providing habitat for almost all creatures in Thailand.  The most impressive natural feature has got to be its beaches of Thailand. Along with these, there are over 40,000 Buddhist temples in Thailand. There are temples, shrines, and pagodas for us to visit and can gain better understanding about Buddhist culture. The people of Thailand are hospitable, which add overall charms of this place. The most important Thai festivals are the Light Festival (Loy Krathong) held on the full moon night in November every year. Chiang Mai and Bangkok are the best places to celebrate this festival when visiting the country- Thailand. There is luxury accommodation in Thailand including various facilities which helps to spend your days very comfortably.  Thailand’s famous things are Thai smile and Thai wai. This is a huge part of their culture. They are the politest and most well-mannered people we will ever meet, and this is the reason that so many people love visiting Thailand.

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