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Things To Do In Thailand

What to say about Thailand? It is friendly, fun-loving, cultured and historic. It radiates golden hues and it consists of ever- comforting Thai smile. Enjoy your holidays at this remarkable destination and explore it with our Thailand holiday packages.
Enjoy windsurfing in Khao Lak. They give surfing lessons from beginner to advance but don’t be surprised to find waves year-round. There are head high days but it’s mostly small, warm and playful.
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Therapeutic and soothing, the Klong Thom Hot Springs are ‘hot tubs’ crafted into smooth rock channeling water from deep rooted thermal springs located in volcanic chambers. The average temperature of water is 35-40 degree Celsius and is brimming with natural mineral salts which are claimed to cure all manner of health complaints including rheumatism and sciatica. Imagine sitting in a bath tub scooped out from nature’s stone and surrounded by rainforest, the feeling is extremely relaxing and the environment is certainly unique.These jungle baths feed into a cool stream which is also perfect for dipping and diving into.

The hot springs are Located about 70 kilometers from Krabi town, in the heart of a small jungle preserve and close to the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve. It is situated in the same reserve as the Emerald Pool and Thung Teao Forest Natural Park, it’s worth taking the time and combining all of these wonderful eco-spots in one nature filled day. Don’t forget to take along a beach towel, sandals and of course swimwear.
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Railay is a small peninsula accessible only by long tail boat due to the high limestone cliffs cutting off access from the mainland. Giant pillars of limestone pierce the sky around Railay Beach which is the main attraction for rock climbers as it is one of the top 5 destinations in the world for outdoor rock climbing.Rock climber from around the world regularly flock to Krabi Province to test their skills on the 700+ bolted climbing routes around Railay Beach. The area is also popular for its beautiful beaches and quiet and peaceful atmosphere.
Also, there is a rock climbing school here which offers a variety of climbing courses for beginners, intermediate and the advanced climber.
The island of laidback vibes but pristine beaches, tall limestone cliffs, secret caves is well known for its epic sunsets amongst the tourists. They have perfect arrangements for water sports and low land forests. The Phra Nang Beach is a must visit for sunsets.
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This aqua blue tourist destination has stunning white sand beaches, shinning waters, cliffs and hip nightlife. One can take the boat rides to do island hopping, go scuba diving, hike to Phi Phi viewpoint, take long tail boat ride, go street shopping, explore the nightlife, go strolling around the island, swim and spend some time of beach. Camping in the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand is considered an ultimate experience for someone traveling to Southeast Asia. Maya Bay is on Phi Phi Ley which is the uninhabited small island of the Phi Phi islands and it was made famous when Leonardo DiCaprio filmed his movie ""The Beach"" here.Camping on Maya Bay is for people who love nature. The beach has one of the world’s most extraordinary views looking out to an almost perfectly round series of cliffs.
Travelers can enjoy the experience of a lifetime and then sleep out under the stars.
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One of the most convenient and exotic types of transport in Bangkok is the water. Boats are a great way to get around the famous Riverside area of Bangkok with its many historical attractions, temples and architecture, and also to explore the 'klongs' (canals) for a glimpse of Bangkok from the past. 
Several types of boats (express boats, river taxis and tail-boats) run up and down the Chao Phraya River. They connect the local suburbs on the Thonburi side and along the river, while ferries can be used to cross the river at various points.You can reach anywhere quickly by boat, bypassing the traffic on roads. 
Water taxi is a boat that you can catch anywhere and they will take you wherever you need. They operate up and down the river and cost varies depending on the length of the journey. 
There are five different types of Express Boat River Taxis: No flag (Local Line), Blue Flag Line (tourist boat), Orange Flag Line, Yellow Flag Line and Green Flag Line. Blue Flag (Tourist Boat) stops when you want and operated daily from 09:00 to 19:00. The fares are 40 baht per trip or 100 baht for an all-day pass with unlimited journeys allowed. At every stop English speaking staff will call out clearly over a microphone and ask if anyone wants to alight at that stop. The boat will not stop if there are no passengers to get on or off. Staff will explain the sights the river on either side in between the stops.

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Magic Alambic Rum Distillery is an island treasure that is home to Koh Samui’s best (and only) home-grown rum. Though Thai whisky and Singha are the local tipples, tourists can head straight to Magic Alambic for cocktails and concoctions with pure island taste. As a real rum enthusiasts, you have got to visit this place. If you want to pick just a handful of souvenirs to buy in Thailand, Koh Samui rum would be well up there.

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Packages & Recommendations

Tour Name
Trip Type
Month/Validity
Included Cities
Price Per Adult
Singapore - Malaysia - Thailand
12 Nights / 13 Days
Trip Type
Group Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Feb
  • Jan
  • Mar
Included Cities
Singapore (3N) - Kuala Lumpur (3N) - Pattaya (3N) - Bangkok (3N)
... Singapore (3N) - Kuala Lumpur (3N) - Pattaya (3N) - Bangkok (3N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 129,380
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Trip Type
Group Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Feb
  • Jan
  • Mar
Included Cities
Singapore (3N) - Kuala Lumpur (3N) - Pattaya (3N) - Bangkok (3N) - Chiang Mai (3N)
... Singapore (3N) - Kuala Lumpur (3N) - Pattaya (3N) - Bangkok (3N) - Chiang Mai (3N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 160,840
Onwards

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