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Detailed Itinerary:

Day 1  :  Arrive Bangkok –transfer to Pattaya  -  Sri Racha Tiger Zoo with Breakfast
Welcome to Thailand – The Land of Smiles ,Meet & Greet by local representative. On arrival at Bangkok Airport get transferred to Pattaya the island of dreams and unlimited fun. Enroute Pattaya, you shall visit Sriracha tiger zoo and enjoy breakfast there followed by mesmerizing animal shows . Afterwards, you will be transferred to Pattaya hotel to check in .

Late Afternoon we suggest you to take Optional tour of Nong nooch village. Nong Nooch is renowned for it's beautiful tropical gardens and cultural shows including the popular elephant show. You'll be picked up from your Pattaya hotel by air-conditioned vehicle and visit the beautiful village of Nong Nooch. The 4-hour tour highlight includes a visit to the stunning Nong Nooch gardens and a range of cultural show performances including an elephant and monkey show plus a display of classic Thai dance and Thai boxing.After this sightseeing return back to the hotel.
Overnight at your hotel in Pattaya.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 2  : Pattaya – Coral Island tour with Indian Lunch -  Alcazar Show
After breakfast at the hotel, today proceed for the coral island tour in Pattaya, See an amazing display of sea treasures and coral formations through a traditional glass bottomed boat. You can enjoy Para Sailing, water skiing and other water sports on your own. Then enjoy sumptuous Indian lunch before returning to your hotel to relax.

Evening we take you to Alcazar show . This is popular cabaret performance by transvestites. Get ready to be entertained in grand style by professional artists presenting creative impersonations through songs and tales accompanies by a fantastic modern sound and light system. Suitable for all age groups, the Alcazar Show is a marvelous extravaganza of music, dance and glitzy costumes. Afterwards get transferred to Hotel.
Overnight at your hotel in Pattaya.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Day 3  : Pattaya – Bangkok – Morning City Tour
After breakfast at the hotel, check out of the hotel and proceed to Bangkok. On arrival we proceed for a guided city tour of Bangkok. Visit the temple of Golden Buddha and Reclining Buddha. Drive through China Town and also pass by the Victory Monument. Later we check into the hotel

Afternoon you may take our Optional tour to Madame Tussauds wax museum, the world's second largest attraction. Over a period of Some 250 years, the world has turned to Madame Tussauds as a barometer of fame because only the most celebrated personalities of the world are chosen to have their wax figure likeness crafted. Michael Jackson, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Steven Gerards, Jim Carrie, Jackie Chan, Madonna, Nicole Kidman, and many more. Here, at Madame Tussauds Bangkok, you can also get to know more about Thailand's celebrities as well as the Royal Family. Return to Hotel.
Overnight at your hotel in Bangkok
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4  : Bangkok – Safari World with Marine Park
Today after breakfast, we leave for a tour of Safari world and Marine Park inclusive of Indian lunch which is a must family attraction in Bangkok .You will be picked up from hotel and transferred to safari world park to witness the exciting adventures that Safari Park has to offer. The Marine Park will amaze you with its vast spectrum of animals performing some dazzling world class shows. Watch the fabulous Orangutan show, the Sea Lion show, Hollywood Cowboy Stunt Show, the Dolphin Show and the Spy War Show. Also see the bird show where you can see the various birds performing various acts. You can enjoy sumptuous Indian lunch on this tour. Return to hotel.
Overnight at hotel in Bangkok.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5  : Bangkok – Day Free
Today after breakfast, day free for leisure /shopping. Explore the happening city on your own or go for some good high street shopping, visit the Mall with best of the brands in the world.

Evening we take you to enjoy the Chaophraya Cruise which offers the most memorable dinner cruise experience down the spectacular Chaophraya River.You can enjoy a spectacular view of the historic places along the river. Later return back to the hotel.
Overnight at hotel in Bangkok.
Meals : Breakfast,Lunch & Dinner

Day 6  :  Bangkok – Back home
Today after breakfast, check out of the Hotel by 1200 hrs
We proceed to the Bangkok airport to take your flight back home with good memories.
Meals : Breakfast

Includes :

  • Return economy class airfare including taxes as on date
  • Thailand Visa Fees
  • Service of English Speaking Guide
  • 2 Nights accommodation in Pattaya
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Bangkok
  • Meet & Greet at the airport
  • Service of English Speaking Guide
  • Meals as per the itinerary.
  • Sri Racha Tiger Zoo with Breakfast
  • Alcazar Show
  • Coral Island tour including lunch
  • Bangkok City tour including Golden Buddha & Gem Factory
  • Safari World with Marine Park
  • Return Airport Hotel Transfers

Excludes :

  • Cost of Meals other than those specified in inclusions.
  • Cost of foreign exchange for personal expenses.
  • Cost of the Optional Tours
  • Any increase in airport taxes levied by airlines can affect the price
  • Any increase in the cost owing to fluctuation in the rate of exchange.
  • Government Service Tax (GST)
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as tips to drivers, guides, representative laundry expenses, wines, mineral water, food and drinks not in the regular menus provided by us.
  • Surcharges if any

Terms and Conditions :

  • GST is not included in the price. The same will be charged on the total package cost payable.
  • Child Policy: 3 years old to 12 years old.
  • Actual rate of exchange will be applicable at the time of payment and as decided by the Company.
  • No refund for un-utilized tour or cancellations which may occur due to weather conditions.
  • All SIC rates are based on minimum guests traveling. Change in the number of guests could lead to a change in the cost of the package.
  • Above rates are not applicable during event/peak season surcharge periods. The rates for these periods would be advised at the time of booking.
  • All packages are subject to the Terms and Conditions of the Company.
  • Please read and understand all the terms and conditions before confirming.
  • In the event of non-availability of the quoted package, an alternate similar category hotel would be offered.
  • All above rates are based on special land combinational prices. No reduction or refund is applicable if one or all of the services are withdrawn.
  • Company reserves the right to furnish fresh quote for the package with additional or different inclusions from those offered in the above quote.

Important notes :

  • The above is a group package valid for minimum 15 full paying adults travelling together. The above is valid for given dates only.
  • Passport should be valid for minimum 6 months from date of return to India for visa purpose.
  • We reserve the right to reroute /amend the day wise program due to unforeseen circumstances such as change in flight schedule , change in sightseeing tours operating timings, hotel availability etc .
  • Standard check in time 1400 hrs and check out time is 1200 hrs.
  • The above rates are subject to change due to any changes in airlines, taxes etc
  • The above is calculated as per 1USD – INR 67 as of date
  • Pls note for guests in age group of 61-70 years,the medical reports are mandatory for travel insurance and premium charges will be higher.



 Room Category



 Season Pattaya or Similar 3*


 2 Nights


 Season Siam BangkokSimilar 3*


 3 Nights








Per Adult on Twin/Triple Sharing

INR 46999

INR 49999

INR 45999

INR 42999

INR 48999

Per Child
With Bed

INR 41999

INR 44999

INR 38999

INR 36999

INR 42999

Per Child
Without Bed

INR 40999

INR 43999

INR 37999

INR 35999

INR 41999

Per Adult on
Single Sharing

INR 51999

INR 54999

INR 50999

INR 47999

INR 52999

 Optional Tours


Cost Per Adult

Cost Per Child

Chaopraya River Dinner Cruise

USD 40

USD 35

Departure Dates


Departure Date




22, 29


2, 5, 26


24, 29



Booking procedure :

  • We request you to sign and send our booking form (as attached) by email scan / hard copy at the time of booking.
  • Kindly also submit passport copies (1st and last page) of the guests travelling by email scan or hard copy whatever feasible
  • We shall require non refundable deposit of Rs.10000 per adult/per child while making booking. The full balance payment shall be required minimum 30 days before travel date.
  • The payments can be made by cash /cheque at par /DD /RTGS /NEFT transfers etc . For cash payments above Rs.50000, we shall require pan card copy of the guests as per RBI guidelines.

Ancient Thailand

The earliest inhabitants of what is now Thailand were hunter-gatherers. However about 4,000 BC they began farming. They grew rice. At first the farmers used stone tools but about 3,000 BC bronze was discovered. From about 500 BC the people of what is now Thailand used iron.

At first what is now Thailand was divided into small states called Meuang. By 100 AD they were practicing Theravada Buddhism.

However the ancestors of modern Thais are believed to have come from southern China. They migrated to Thailand between the 10th century and the 13th century AD.

Meanwhile between the 9th century and the 13th century much of what is now Thailand was ruled by the Khmers, a people from what is now Cambodia.

However in the 13th century several small states in Thailand in the Mekong River valley united to form a kingdom called Sukhothai. It is regarded as the first Thai kingdom. However the first Thai kingdom did not last long. It declined in the late 14th century.

Meanwhile during the 14th century another kingdom arose in Thailand called Ayuthaya and it annexed the kingdom of Sukhothai. During the 15th century the Kingdom of Ayuthaya continued to grow.

The first Europeans to reach Thailand were the Portuguese in 1511. They were followed by the Dutch in 1605, the English in 1612 and the French in 1662.

In 1675 a Greek called Constantine Phaulkon became an official at the court in Thailand. He permitted the French to station soldiers in Thailand. However he was removed from power in 1688 and the French were expelled. Afterwards Thailand adopted an isolationist policy. The Thais cut contact with Europe until the early 19th century.

In 1765 the Burmese invaded Ayuthaya and they captured the capital in 1767 and destroyed it. However in 1769 a general named Phraya Taksin became king and he made a new capital at Thoburi across the river from Bangkok. He also built up an empire. He conquered much of Laos and other parts of Southeast Asia.

However King Taksin began to have delusions and he was removed in a coup in 1782. A general named Chao Phraya Chakri replaced him as king. (He is known as Rama I). He had Taksin executed. He also made Bangkok the capital.

In 1809 Rama I was succeeded by his son Rama II (1809-1824). He was followed by Rama III (1824-1851). During their reigns Thai culture flourished.

The next king Rama IV or Mongkut allowed the British to live in Thailand. He also allowed them to trade freely. He also signed treaties with many other western countries and he encouraged the study of Western science.

Rama V (1868-1901) abolished the custom that subjects must prostrate themselves in the king's presence. He also abolished slavery and corvee (a tax paid in labor). Rama V also reformed Thailand's government.

In the 19th century Thailand avoided being colonized by Europeans. However in 1893 Rama V was forced to cede Laos to France. He also ceded Cambodia to France in 1907 and in 1909 he was forced to cede territory in Malaya to Britain.

Thailand in the 20th Century

In July 1917 Thailand joined World War I on the allied side.

In November 1925 Prajadhipok became king of Thailand. However on 24 June 1932 a revolution made Thailand a constitutional monarchy. In October 1933 Prince Boraradej led a counter-revolution but he was defeated. Prajadhipok abdicated in March 1935 in favor of his 10 year old nephew Ananda Mahidol.

On 8 December 1941 Thailand agreed to let Japanese troops to pass through the country to invade British Malaya. The Japanese then occupied Thailand and on 25 January 1942 Thailand declared war on Britain and the USA.

However 90,000 Thai guerrillas led by Pridi Phanomyong fought the Japanese. In 1946 Thailand signed peace treaties with Britain and France. The same year Thailand joined the UN.

In May 1946 a new constitution for Thailand was published. However on 9 June 1946 King Ananda Mahidol was shot in mysterious circumstances. King Bhumibol began his reign.

In 1947 Field-Marshal Phibul staged a coup. Although the king continued to reign Thailand then became a military dictatorship. Even after the death of Phibul in 1963 the army ruled Thailand.

However in 1973 thousands of students demonstrated demanding a proper constitution for Thailand. The king prevented the army from crushing the demonstrators and Thailand returned to civilian government with a coalition of 17 parties.

However in 1976 students demonstrated again. This time the police brutally surpressed the demonstrations, killing and injuring many students. The army then stepped in and installed a new government in Thailand.

From 1980 Thailand was led by General Prem Tinsulanonda who gradually introduced a more liberal regime. In 1988 he stepped down and Chatichai Choonhavan became prime minister. However on 23 February 1991 the army staged a coup and General Suchinda took power.

Yet in an amazing display of 'people power' Thais took to the streets in May 1992. Suchinda moved to repress the demonstrations but the king stopped him and eventually Thailand returned to civilian government. A new constitution was introduced in 1997. There was another military coup in Thailand in 2006 but in December 2007 democratic elections were held again.

In the late 20th century Thailand underwent amazing economic growth. It was transformed from a poor, agricultural country to a newly industrialized one. Thailand suffered from the economic crisis of 1997-98 but that proved to be a temporary setback.

Thailand in the 21st Century

In the early 21st century Thailand continued to grew economically. Like the rest of the world Thailand suffered in the recession of 2009 but it soon recovered. Thailand also suffered severe floods in 2011 but soon recovered. Thailand is now a prosperous country and its economy is growing steadily. Tourism is booming.

Today the population of Thailand is 67 million.

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