Online Special – Phuket Pattaya & Bangkok
6 Nights / 7 Days
27,000 Indicative price per person on twin sharing
Detailed Day Wise Itinerary
About the place
Thailand’s largest island, Phuket is famously called as ‘the Pearl of the Andaman Sea.' With an endless list of things to do and many sandy beaches to revel on, Phuket is a fascinating island to visit. The rich culture, stunning coastline, clear blue skies, amazing natural sights, shopping, dining, a variety of outdoor activities and nightlife are some of its attractions that can ensnare you completely. You can enjoy an afternoon exploring the caves and lagoons of Phang Nga by canoe or visit the Phuket Sea Shell Museum to discover the world’s most amazing collection of sea shells. Not only this, explore the abandoned mansions of Old Phuket Town or watch a breathtaking sunset from Prompthep Cape Viewpoint. Enlighten your spiritual inspiration with a visit to its many beautiful temples that display the statues of monks and not to miss the popular Thai massage that makes you feel relaxed and rejuvenated.
Thailand is one the most popular countries in Asia and is famous for its delightful culture, stunning sandy beaches, Thai culinary delicacies and some wonderful tourist attractions. Tourists can experience the euphoria of Thailand in Pattaya. Renowned as one of the world’s top beach destinations, Pattaya has been luring adventure-seekers for decades with an intoxicating mix of eateries and shops, luxury resorts, wild parties and high-octane water sports. Pattaya is located on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, just 150 kilometers from the capital – Bangkok. The beach city draws in hordes of tourists and expats from all over the world. You can choose to get lost in the natural beauty or get taken over by the allure of the cabaret stage. This region is famous for its varied nightlife, which gave it the name ‘the naughty sister of Bangkok.' However, now there are a lot more attractions and activities for everyone. There are botanical gardens, golf courses, water sports, and museums. Other places of interest include the Pattaya Floating Market, Nong Nooch Village, Sanctuary of Truth, Mini Siam, Underwater World Pattaya and more.
The capital of Thailand, Krung Thep or Bangkok is one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities. With its magnificent temples, authentic canals, exotic food, busy markets, visual delights and a vibrant nightlife, Bangkok has something for everyone. That’s why it’s often rated as the number one tourist destination, welcoming the most number of international visitors. Bangkok is considered as the gateway to the Southeast Asian world and is usually scheduled as a stopover between cities, but to fully enjoy the wonders of this intoxicating city, you’ll need more than just a couple of days. Popularly known as the City of Angels, you’ll find visitors everywhere taking in the sights and sounds of Bangkok by tuk-tuk, canals, bicycle or foot. Though it might seem noisy and chaotic, there is so much to discover within the city from skyscrapers with sky bars to the countless temples and the backpacking area around the Khao San Road. Bangkok is also famous for its street food like the hot dogs, seafood snacks, and noodle soup. The popular places to visit are the Wat Arun, Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Floating Market and more. The boat tours are a once-in-a-lifetime experience, just like shopping in Bangkok.