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A fun-filled, brimming with culture, history and natural wonders, this Land of a Thousand Smiles is ripe with countless travel temptations and with the advent of  Thailand Tourism, it has emerged as a magnet for tourists across the world. This kingdom of amazement truly is a wondrous place to endure it all. You will be able to discover some of the spectacular tourist places in Thailand that will make you go in awe of this vivid South-East Asian jewel.

Mainly Bangkok, Phi Phi Islands, and Phuket are the most included destinations in the
Thailand tour packages. Apart from these, a lot of countryside destinations and little-known places like the UNESCO city of Ayutthaya, the gateway to the Golden Triangle Chiang Rai, Railay Beach or the secluded island of Koh Kood are coming into the limelight as the promising tourist spots.

If you keep your eyes open for the unknown and have the heart to explore the undiscovered, then there are a lot of
things to do in Thailand that you can enjoy during your vacation here. The intriguing Thailand shopping, Scuba diving in the Andaman sea, Elephant bathing & feeding at several national parks, and visiting several Buddhist temples like Wat Phra & Wat Arun are a plateful of the attractions that suit everyone’s taste.

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Dream World Amusement Park
The Dream World theme park features amusement park rides, vibrant displays, candy floss, flowery gardens, waterworks, a snow park, and entertainment performances in a bright, lively atmosphere. With over seven enormous zones and 40 rides, Dream World provides a terrific family experience. It also offers amazing shooting options thanks to the amusement park's refreshing scenery and well-maintained park amenities.
Safari World Zoo
Located in Khlong Sam Wa , the Safari World, within an area of 170 acres is a drive-in zoological park divided into two parts. The first is the Safari Park to house a large variety of animals like zebra, deer, giraffe, birds tigers lions, bears, etc. in a natural habitat. The second is the Marine Park which hosts events like the famous dolphin show. The Safari world zoo is the perfect place for families with children to visit in Thailand. Come face to face with thousands of rare and endangered species roaming freely in their natural habitat. The park provides a coach service for visitors who do not drive in.Timings: Opens daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PMPrice: The approximate price ranges from 50 Baht to 350 Baht. 
Maha Nakhon Skywalk
Step through the glass-floored King Power Mahanakhon Tower's Skywalk for a spectacular panoramic view of Bangkok. You may feel like you're on top of the world as you stand on the roof of one of the city's tallest buildings, taking in the sights of Bangkok's bustling streets. You will be awestruck by the sight of a mesmerizingly serene sunset painting the sky with orange colours.
The Grand Palace
The brilliant, majestic Grand Palace is one of the most sought after monuments and heritage sites in Bangkok. Served as the Thai King's residence for about 150 years in the past, the monument stands as a testament to the brilliant creativity and skill of the Thai people and it still happens to be the spiritual core of Thailand.
Sanctuary Of Truth
The Sanctuary of Truth is Thailand's largest wood structure, constructed entirely of wood with not even a single metal nail, in the traditional Thai carpenter manner. The Sanctuary of Truth was designed with the intention of honouring Buddhist and Hindu principles. You can opt for guided tours that take you through the cultural philosophy of this place as well as let you indulge in some recreational activities like elephant rides and boat rides.
Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World
SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World is one of Southeast Asia's largest underwater aquariums. The Underwater Ocean Tunnel provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see 400+ marine species, including beautiful sharks. Witness and photograph uncommon marine species such as water rats, otters, and penguins, as well as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to feed them with your hands.

Thailand FAQ's

Which are the best places to visit on Thailand tour?

There are several tourist attractions to visit in Thailand. Here’s a list of 25 tourist destinations to visit this vacation:

- Ko Phi Phi
- Phang Nga Bay 
- Grand Palace 
- Railay
- Northern Hill tribes
- Mu Ko Chang National Park
- Ayuthaya Historical Park
- Thai-Burma Railway
- Full Moon Party at HaadRin
- Similan Islands
- Phanom Rung
- Khao Sok National Park
- Chatuchak Weekend Market
- Koh Lipe
- Chiang Mai Night Bazaar
- Wat Arun
- Ko Nang Yuan
- Sukhothai Historical Park
- Mu KoAng Thong
- Khao Yai National Park
- Prasat Hin Phimai
- Hua Hin Beach
- Floating Markets near Bangkok
- Ao Nang
- Erawan Falls 

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What are the things to do on Thailand tour?

There are a number of things that can be done when you’re in Thailand, here’s a list of things you can do:

- Visit the Grand Palace

- Go Elephant Trekking at Mahawangchang Elephant Camp

- Have a Thai Massage

- Visit the DamnoenSaduak Floating Market

- Spend an Evening in Nana Plaza (Soi 4)

- Climb the Sathorn Unique Tower

- Take a trip to Koh Phi Phi

- Visit a Ping Pong Show

- Drive Like a Local

- Eat Street Food

- Have a Water Fight during Songkran

- Visit Khao Yai National Park

- Take a Trip to Wat Arun

- Visit Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

- Go to a Full Moon Party

- Visit Phang Nga Bay

- Go to Doi Suthep

- Visit Railay Beach

- Go Diving off The Coast of Koh Lanta

- Take Part in the Loi Krathong Festival

- Visit Pai

- Take a Trip to the City of Ayutthaya

- Take the Thai-Burma Railway

- Visit Ewaran Falls

What is Thailand famous for?

An inherent part of every Thailand tour, the country is best known for its array of stunning beaches. The clear golden sands here, coupled with the stunning turquoise waters, make the beaches of Thailand an ideal getaway destination. The beaches of Koh Samui, Pah Tong or Pattaya are only some of the many here.
Thailand is also extremely famous for its adventure activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, skydiving, etc. Indulging in the delicious seafood here is also a must. 

When is the best time to visit Thailand?

Thailand being largely tropical is humid all year around with moderate temperate in the 28-35°C range; the mountains are where you can go for relief. The best time to go to Thailand is during the dry season that stretches roughly from November until April. There are three seasons to consider your preferences:

Winter: It lasts from November to the end of February, it doesn't rain much and temperatures are at their lowest, although you will barely notice the difference in the south and will only need to pack a sweater if hiking in the northern mountains, where temperatures can fall as low as 5°C. This is the most popular time to visit and, especially around Christmas and New Year's or at Chinese New Year a few weeks later.

Summer: March to June, Thailand swelters in temperatures as high as 40°C (104°F), pleasant enough when sitting on the beach with a drink in hand, but not the best time of year to go temple-tramping in Bangkok.

Rainy: From July to October, although it only really gets 
underway in September, tropical monsoons hit most of the country. This doesn't mean it rains non-stop, but when it does it pours and flooding is not uncommon.

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How to reach Thailand?

By Plane: The main international airports in Thailand are at Bangkok and Phuket, and both are well-served by intercontinental flights. The plus point that one comes across is the minimum or low range of price of the airline tickets. It is due to the various and maximum numbers of airlines that fly to Asia pit stop in Bangkok.

By Road: Driving up to Bangkok from Malaysia and Singapore is not a difficult task to do if you have your own vehicle to travel. Rental vehicles are mainly not preferable for long distance journeys in the country. There are some main crossings that one will come across while driving 
is Padang Besar and Sadao in Songkhla province, Betong in the Yala province, and Sungai KoloK in the Narathiwat province. Apart from personal drive tourists can easily get the regular travel buses from Singapore to the southern hub of Hat Yai.

By Train: Travelling by train is not that a preferable way of a journey by many tourists as it can be very much time taking and boring in comparison to other means of transport. Thailand contains a sole international railway service which is linked to Butterworth, near Penang, along with Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia connecting the Singapore railways as well. The tickets that are available for travel by rail are mainly cheap, even the first class ones, as compared to other services.

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Do I need a visa for Thailand?

One does not need a visa to visit Thailand on vacation. Citizen of any country traveling to Thailand on vacation, not planning on staying for more than 30 days, and  haven't entered the country as a tourist for more than 90 days in the past six months, doesn’t need to apply for a visa. You'll be granted a 30-day entry permit when you arrive at the airport or border crossing. If you're planning on an extended vacation here, you can apply for a 60-day tourist visa in advance at the Royal Thai Embassy.

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What are some of the best shopping places in Thailand?

1. Khao San Night Market: The cities of Thailand come alive at night, and the several night markets scattered around the country stand testament to its thriving nightlife. The Khao San Night Market is only one such place. Teeming with stalls selling clothes, food, accessories and much more, the Night Market presents the best of Thai wares at unparalleled rates. Several second hand bookstores can be found here as well. 

2. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market has been Thailand’s most popular floating market for a long time, especially owing to its use as a setting in the James Bond movie The Man with the Golden Gun. The stalls at the market sell their regular wares of handicrafts and locally tailored clothes, along with a variety of fresh produce. The only means of transport here is by boat, which visitors can use to travel along the length of the river. 

3. Pratunam: Bangkok’s Pratunam is well known among locals as a wholesale fashion district. Not only is the street lined with some of the city’s biggest malls, but several independent sellers set up stalls by the street as well.

4. Phuket Weekend Market: Setting up shop every weekend, the Phuket Weekend Market is the go to place for those looking to explore the local wares of Thailand. The stores here pride in their array of clothes, accessories, handicrafts and gadgets, all available at extremely affordable rates.

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Which are some of the famous beaches to visit in Thailand?

Listed below are popular beaches in Thailand to enjoy your holidays:       

- Nail Harn Beach, Rawai

- PhraNang Cave Beach, Ao Nang

- Kata Noi Beach, Karon

- Freedom Beach, Patong

- Railay Beach

- Thong Nair Pan Noi, Koh Phangan

- Kata Beach

- Thong Nair Pan Yai, Koh Phangan

- Bottle Beach, Koh Phangan

- Sunrise Beach, Koh Lipe

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Which floating markets are famous in Thailand?

A floating market is a market that is located next to a body of water and vendors sell things directly out of their boats. Though some of the main waterways have since been filled in to make way for roads, Bangkok was once known as the Venice of Asia due to its extensive network of canals.

  • Amphawa: One of the best floating markets that is a must-visit in the Thailand tour packages is Amphawa. Located in the heart of Samut Songkhram province, this market offers an authentic peek into the local Thai lifestyle. It's not just a market, but an entire cultural experience where you can witness vendors rowing their boats, laden with local produce, exotic fruits, and delectable street food.

  • Damnoen Saduak: Located about 1.5 hours from Bangkok is the most popular tourist floating market in Thailand known as Damnoen Saduak. Over the weekend, hordes of foreigners flood the market on organized tours.

  • Ayutthaya floating market: Located in the historical city of Ayutthaya, the Ayutthaya Floating Market is a spectacle of its own. Amidst the historical backdrop, this market offers an eclectic mix of traditional Thai handicrafts, authentic local food, and captivating cultural performances. With over 200 shops to explore, the market delivers a delightful cultural plunge. It is also situated near the different historical sites, where you can take a glimpse of the rich history of Thailand. 

What are some of the best water sports to do in Thailand?

There are a lot of interesting water sport activities that can be done in Thailand, Some of them listed below:

- Kayaking

- Scuba Diving

- Windsurfing

- Sailing

- Flowboarding

- Kitesurfing

- Wakeboarding

What is the currency of Thailand and where can I get my money exchanged?

The currency of Thailand is Thai baht. The best thing to do would be to carry a Thai Baht Forex Card with you before leaving. Thai Baht as cash usually has a higher mark-up and is subject to availability in the market, whereas Forex cards loaded with Thai Baht are easily available and cost-effective. You should load the card with Thai Baht instead of USD to avoid cross-currency charges of 4%. It is recommended to buy a Forex card online before you leave for Thailand. Ensure you choose an online vendor which will let you reload Thai Baht easily, in case you run out of Forex when abroad.

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What is the best public transport to commute around Thailand?

Travel in Thailand is inexpensive and efficient, if not always speedy. Unless you travel by plane, long-distance journeys in Thailand can be arduous, especially if a shoestring budget restricts you to hard seats and no air conditioning. Nonetheless, the wide range of transport options makes travelling around Thailand easier than elsewhere in Southeast Asia.

Buses are fast, cheap and frequent, and can be quite luxurious; trains are slower but safer and offer more chance of sleeping during overnight trips; moreover, if travelling by day you’re likely to follow a more scenic route by rail than by road. Inter-town songthaews, air-conditioned minibuses and share-taxis are handy, and ferries provide easy access to all major islands. Local transport comes in all sorts of permutations, both public and chartered.

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What is the local language in Thailand and which are the most commonly used greetings?

Thailand and its neighbor Laos are dominated by languages of the Southwestern Tai family. Karen languages are spoken along the border with Burma, Khmer is spoken near Cambodia and Malay in the south near Malaysia. Before you pack for Thailand know some commonly used phrases to get through with your trip smoothly:

- Hello - Sawat Dee meaning  
- Krap and Kha, Addingkrap or kha at the end of any word, phrase, or sentence make for politeness.
- Good morning! - A-roon-sa-was
- Good evening! - sa-yan-sa-was
- Welcome! (To greet someone) - yin-dee-ton-rab   
- How are you? - sa-bai-dee-mai
- Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)? - houng-num(bathroom)/ ran-kay-ya(pharmacy) .... You-tee-nai-ka/krab
- How much is this? - aa-nee-tao-rai

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What are the do's and don'ts for Thailand visit?

One of the main reasons people travel is to explore other cultures and establish how other countries and cultures do things. It is then quite remarkable than to see people wandering around the kingdom imposing their cultural approach on the situations and events they encounter. Often these lead to confusion, worse, it sometimes leads to ugly scenes that are entirely avoidable with a modicum on insight on how things are done in Thailand. What follows then is a list of Dos and Don'ts for when you are in the kingdom:

- The Monarchy
: The monarchy is revered by all Thais and people will simply not tolerate any lack of respect towards any members of the royal family - past or present.

- Religion: Thailand's national religion is Buddhism (although there are significant numbers of Muslims and a minority group of Christians) and it is very important to be respectful as far as the religion is concerned.

- Buddha Images: Buddha images are sacred, whatever size or condition. Never climb on a Buddha image, and be very careful about taking photos - some images are so sacred photographs are forbidden.

- Monks: Buddhist monks are not allowed to touch or be touched by a woman or accept anything a woman might offer. If a woman wants to give something to a monk it must first be given to a man, or put on a piece of cloth.

- Shoes: Do not wear shoes inside a temple where Buddha images are kept. Take your shoes off before entering someone's home.

- Greetings: Thais do not shake hands; they 'wai' - a gesture made by placing your hands together in front of your face a bowing a little.

- The Head: Whereas in the west a friendly pat on the head, especially the head of someone a bit younger than you, will be regarded as a friendly and supportive gesture, in Thailand any gesture towards the head will cause Thais to recoil and will be greeted with shock and possibly annoyance.

- The Feet: Whereas the head is the highest point of the body, the feet are the lowest. Do not point at things with your feet, and do not point the palms of your feet at anyone.

- Shouting and Shows of Annoyance: In Thailand, shouting and shows of annoyance are entirely frowned upon, whatever the situation.

- Drugs: Thailand takes drugs very seriously and is trying to eradicate unlawful drugs entirely.

- General: 
Kissing, cuddling, and similar behaviour is frowned upon if in public - especially amongst older Thais.

- Smoking in the street is illegal - You can be fined 2,000 Baht.

- Dropping litter in the street is illegal - Same fine applies.

- Do not engage in the purchase of wild animals whether protected or not. Aside from moral 
issues, punishments are very harsh.

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Reviewed: 06 Nov 2023
The whole experience was great starting from the 1st day till the last. I personally feel that time was the only thing that was missing out as all of these places were too good & we couldn't have much time to spend. The iteration was well planned & the local staff was so supportive to help us at any... Read More
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Reviewed: 22 Nov 2023
I booked with Thrillophilia site our Thiland Pattaya Bangkok trip, It was very good and memorable trip in life , Thrillophilia give good package and service also good . Only I faced some problem in Bangkok first day , other things all are.  Good. Skydive , swim with dolphin , walk with Tiger , fun ... Read More
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Reviewed: 30 Dec 2023
It was a beautifully arranged trip and we really enjoyed and loved it All the inclusions were covered and arrangements were made properly We didn’t have to think about anything as everything was so sorted and we have just relaxed the whole time. Most recommend travel partner and look forward more tr... Read More
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Kuntal Shah
Reviewed: 02 Feb 2024
We (3 persons) designed our tour to cover 3 nations (i.e. Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand) and our other family group (of 5) selected for Vietnam only package. It was an excellent experience for all of us. The group members were in the age range of 13-75. Coming to the specifics. 1. Vietnam - Our ... Read More
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Reviewed: 09 Sep 2022
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Reviewed: 05 Sep 2022
Everything from the beginning was fine. Thank you
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