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Are you oscillating to find your ideal Thailand Tour Package? Well, you are in the right place as Thrillophila brings you the best Thailand packages to make your Thailand vacations worth the last penny. Not just a round trip to Thailand, we cater to help you weave memories while you are indulged in the quest to explore what lays beyond mere sightseeing. A melting pot of cultures, Thailand Vacation Packages include an abundance of attractions and enthralling things to do. Let the adrenaline surge through your veins with the exciting activities to participate like paramotoring, bungee jumping, mountain climbing, and ziplining, that challenge the inner adventurer.

In case you are a water enthusiast, Thailand is just your go-to place as you can engage in top-rated water activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, and rafting to quench your water thrill thirst. You can also avail other Thailand Travel Packages if you wish to spend a quieter and calmer vacation amidst the flora and fauna, enjoy watching the elephants, spend a day at the zoo and the aquarium or sunbathe on the white sands while you munch lip-smacking seafood to delight your taste buds. The authentic street food of Thailand and the luxurious hotels serving appetizing delicacies, this place is indeed a foodie’s abode.

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Cheap Thailand Packages which cover all the major activities and attractions at pocket-friendly prices. You can also avail of our Cheap Thailand Tour Packages with airfare and shed the stress of planning your travel completely to us. Keeping in mind that this stunning site is counted among the top honeymoon destinations, we also bring forth exclusive Thailand Honeymoon Packages for couples ensuring that they create unforgettable memories to cherish all life. Do you need more reasons to proceed with your Thailand trip? We hope not!
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23 January 2020
It should be a must in Bangkok visit, specially with kids. Hotel pickup service was fantastic, in time. Children enjoyed most the orangutan and dolphin shows. Better to skip the river cruise which I felt like wastage of money. The last part of coming out through the open zoo was fantastic- all openly moving animals including lions and tigers were roaming near the bus.
The best experience of sea life till date. It overseeded my previous experience at underwater world pattaya. Getting tickets was hassle free - just show the QR code and get your ticket from Information Desk. Best feeding shows observed here. The sea otter feeding show was specially enjoyable with the otters asking for more food by shaking their hands above their chests. Next the penguin show, diver show, sea life 3D show, shark feeding show, etc. were awesome. You can chill around as it is cool inside with cafeteria everywhere. Those sharks in giant aquariums really amazed me and they are living in harmony with other fishes for the past 10 years (as learnt). The ambience was great with dim lights everywhere. A great place for kids to enjoy. There were numerous fishes as well, including the famous Giant of Siam - an Amazon fish.
"awesome experience. with good food, breeze views. loved it."
13 May 2019
Best jungle tour ever! Safari world is great where you can observe wildlife closely that includes birds, giraffes, rhinos, etc. The main attractions are tiger feeding and lion feeding inside safari world (which we were lucky to see) where a woman in the rear of the car inside a cage feeds the tigers and the lions from inside. As learnt only she can come near to them as they know her scent. It was nearly a half an hour tour through the jungle life and it was a thrilling experience. The Marine park was also great with many human and animal shows such as Orangutan show, Cowboy stunt show, Spy war, Bird show, etc. and the notable Dolphin show which was best among all. Guys please do not miss this show. The international buffet was also great with varieties of dishes though you can try out Indian buffet as well. Thanks to thrillophilia for making this trip memorable.
This was a great experience and I found the cheapest ticket on Thrillophilia. There was no admission issue. When showing the voucher printout at ticket window, we found that they already had a list of online bookings and they verified our names against it and let us enter. The ocean tunnel was great - we saw sharks, sting rays, large fishes and "giant of siam" - huge fishes bigger than humans. the feeding shows were awesome! the sting rays were cute and the diver hugged them and fed them small shrimps. The fishes were fighting for the bread crumbs and small fishes that the diver was feeding. It was worth visiting and truly a memorable experience. It may not be as big as the Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World in Bangkok but the price is really very cheaper than it. A must visit for anyone visiting Pattaya.
09 November 2020
A beautiful piece of island standing Rock solid as if it's the admirer of every one else staring at him. The place is beautiful yet remote and hence it closes by evening and the island becomes completely out of reach.
09 November 2020
A very wonderful place to spend half day taking pictures & selfies with our famous actors, actresses, politicians,social activists, freedom fighters of all time. Try to allocate half day as you will be busy with taking pictures & videos of real life wax statutes.
Great service and it was fun 2 hour speed bpat ride from Koh Samui To Koh Tao
The place is just lit with people and colours and the food is mindblowing. Thanks a lot to Thrillophilia for making my trip comfortable and truly memorable!!”
It was a totally amazing experience. Everything was very well coordinated and arranged. All thanks to Thrillophilia for this amazing trip.

People Also Ask About Thailand Tours

  1. What are the famous places to see in Thailand?

    1. Sanctuary of Truth:
    Popularly known as Prasat Sut Ja Tum, Sanctuary of Truth is an iconic structure standing as an epitome of the rich Thai architecture and mythology. The building comprises an incomplete temple which is made up of teak wood.

    The walls of the building depict intricate wooden carvings which are truly one of its kind. If you are looking for some historical landmarks to explore on your Thailand tour package, Sanctuary of Truth is a must-visit spot for you.

    Location: 206/2 Pattaya-Nakula, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand.
    Timings: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM.

    2. Simon Cabaret Show:
    Looking for an offbeat experience in Thailand? Grab a ticket for the musical Simon Cabaret Show and spend your evening surrounded by ladyboys dressed in vibrant costumes. With an excellent sound system, expert performers, and enchanting lights, this theatrical show will fetch you once in a lifetime kind of experience.

    Patong Beach, Phuket.
    Timings: 6:00 PM-10:30 PM.

    3. Art in Paradise:
    If you are an art lover, you can’t miss out on this beautiful art gallery that is complete with numerous interactive and funny paintings.

    The paintings in the gallery exhibit clever brush strokes and subtle use of shading directly on the walls to create images so lively that you won’t be able to take off your eyes from them. With over 100 such art pieces in its reserve, Art in Paradise has emerged out as an unmissable destination among the tourists.

    Location: Ratchadaphisek road, Khwaeng Din Daeng, Thailand.
    Timings: 9:00 AM-9:00 PM.

    4. Madame Tussauds:
    One can’t bid goodbye to Thailand without paying a visit to this iconic museum which has beautifully preserved the wax statues of famous celebrities from all across the globe. From sports celebrities to film actors, and painters, one can find a startling variety in the statues over here. While here, you can take some selfies with your favourite actor or wear their costumes to create an original scene.

    Location: Rama 1, 6th Floor, Siam Discovery Shopping Center, Bangkok.
    Timings: Monday-Sunday: 10:00 AM-8:00 PM.
    Price: INR 1400.

    5. Sriracha Tiger Zoo:
    Reckoned as the greatest Tiger zoo in the world, Sriracha zoo welcomes you to the magical world of animals where you will get to spend some memorable time with around 200 tigers and 10,000 crocodiles.

    Visit the zoo along with your kids and get them clicked with cute tiger cubs and camels. Meanwhile, you can also unwind in its scenic surroundings and get recharged for the remaining journey.

    Location: Sriracha District, Pattaya, Thailand.
    Timings: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM.

    6. Pororo Water Park:
    If the underwater world has always thrilled you, make your way to the Pororo Water Park and spend a fun-filled day swinging on its enthralling slides. One of the prime attractions of this place is its Tong Tong Magic Slide which has two landing pools.

    If you are up for a tube float ride, Pororo Funnel is an ideal pick for you. For all those visitors who are accompanied by their kids, Pipi’s Pool, Eddy’s Invention Pool, and Pop’s Pool are some other must-try areas.

    Location: Bagna-Trat Road, Central Plaza Bangna, Samut Prakan, Thailand.
    Timings: Weekdays: 10:30 AM-7:00 PM, Weekend: 10:00 AM-7:00 PM.

    7. Kidzania:
    Surprise your kids with a visit to this innovative spot where your little ones can indulge in a plethora of role plays and embrace the concept of fun learning. Kidzania is one such place where kids not only learn educational facts in a quicker way through gamification but they also get an opportunity to have a better insight into their dream jobs.

    So, let your kid slay in the costume of his dream role and make this Thailand tour package all the more interesting for him.

    Location: Siam Paragon, Rama Road, Thailand.
    Timings: Weekdays: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM & Weekend: 10:30 AM-8:30 PM.

    8. Crocodile Farm And Elephant Show:
    Have you ever seen an elephant playing football or a crocodile indulged in a fist battle with humans? If not, throng to this offbeat destination where you will be welcomed by around 10,000 crocodiles and 30 species of elephants ready to amuse everyone with their peculiar acts.

    Once here, you can educate yourself about the rich habitat of elephants by attending the elephant show or enjoy the old-age show of “Yutha Hathi” where the park performers will enact a popular battle scene from ancient history.

    Location: Samphran Elephant Park & Crocodile Farm, Nakhon, Pathom Province, Thailand.
    Timings: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM.

    9. Pattaya Dolphin World:
    Are you exploring the best Thailand holiday packages for a quick getaway with your family and kids? If yes, then don’t forget to include Pattaya Dolphin World into your sightseeing list. A beautiful destination sheltering the most affable underwater creatures.

    Dolphin World offers you a chance to spend a day with pink dolphins which will fascinate you with their playfulness and friendly acts. Moreover, the place also forms an ideal spot to indulge in numerous adventure activities such as ATV riding, gun shooting, and rock climbing.

    Location: Muang Pattaya, Chang Wat, Chon Buri, Thailand.
    Timings: 9:00 AM-6:00 PM.

    10. Krabi Rainforest And Tiger Cave Temple:
    Serving as an ideal getaway destination for nature enthusiasts, Krabi Rainforest And Tiger Cave Temple let you experience the serenity of nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

    On your visit to this magnificent temple, admire its ethereal settings, take a dip into the green waters of the Emerald Pool, and set out on a wildlife expedition at the Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park. If you are a photography fanatic, capture the intricate architecture of the temple which is complete with tiger paw prints.

    Location: Krabi Noi, Mueang Krabi, Krabi, Thailand.
    Timings: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.

    11. Phuket Bird Park:
    If bird watching has always intrigued you, include  this lush green bird park in your Thailand tour package and spend some peaceful time tuned to the melodious chirping of birds. The park houses around 100 species of birds from different continents including Asia, Africa, and South America.

    From red-billed magpies to white turkeys and Siamese pheasants, there is a huge variety of species that you will get to admire at this picturesque destination. The hilly backdrops and verdant surroundings of the park enhance its charm all the more. If you want to witness the intelligence of these vibrant creatures, don’t miss out on the bird shows which are organized thrice every day.

    Location: 32/9 Moo 9, Fah Tawan Tok Road, Chalong, Mueang Phuket District, Thailand.
    Timings: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

    12. Coral Island:
    Are you thinking to include a romantic destination in your Thailand tour package to spend some quality time with your special one? Embark on a trip to the captivating Coral Island and unwind on its picturesque beaches soaking in the awe-inspiring sunset views.

    Situated just 3 Km away from Phuket, this surreal island encompasses two prominent beaches including Banana Beach and Long beach. You can either add a dash of adventure into your Thailand tour by snorkeling on the Banana beach or just explore the bewitching coral reefs around.

    Location: Phuket, Thailand.
  2. What are the best things to do in Thailand?

    1. Enjoy skydiving in Phuket:
    Are you an adrenaline junkie looking to indulge in some challenging adventures before flying back home from your Thailand tour? Look no further and take your adventure to the next level by trying out the enthralling sport of skydiving in Phuket.

    The experience of flying in the sky above the picturesque landscapes of Phuket is certainly one of its kind. If you are a first timer, you can opt for tandem skydiving in which you will be guided by a qualified instructor throughout your journey.

    Price: INR 24500.

    2. Explore the Damnoen Saduak floating market:
    If you want to take some souvenirs back home from your Thailand tour, don’t forget to head on a shopping spree to its Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.

    Though this market boasts a vast variety of Thai goods including fancy trinkets and jewelry, it is mainly popular for its scrumptious Thai food. The food here is being prepared by expert cooks who will serve you the best-in-class cuisines directly from the floating boats. Isn’t is exciting!

    Location: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Thailand.
    Price: INR 1800.

    3. Visit the Safari World Zoo:
    Nestled in Khlong Sam Wa, Safari World Zoo is an entertainment spot sprawled over an area of 170 acres. The zoological park is subdivided into two parts including Safari Park and Marine Park.

    While the Safari Park is home to a diverse species of animals including deer, zebras, and lions, the Marine Park is known to host numerous dolphin shows. If you are looking for ways to chill out with your family and kids, a visit to this park is all that you need.

    Location: Thanon Panya Intra, Khet Khlong Sam Wa, Thailand.
    Price: INR 1200.
    Timings: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

    4. Delve deeper into the underwater life at Ocean World:
    For all those adventure enthusiasts who can’t get enough of the underwater excursions, a visit to the Ocean World is totally unavoidable. Reckoned as one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia, Ocean World houses around 30,000 aquatic species which woo the visitors with their unique structures and vibrant colors.

    The entire park is subdivided into seven major zones where you can witness a plethora of sea animals including starfish, jellyfish, and garden eel. If you are curious to explore the rich habitat of these beautiful creatures, dive deeper and get a chance to swim along with the sharks.

    Location: Basement floor, Siam Paragon Mall, Siam.
    Price: INR 1499.
    Timings: 10:00 AM-9:00 PM.

    5. Spend a relaxing day at Elephant Jungle Sanctuary:
    Cradled amidst the verdant jungles and mesmerizing beaches of Thailand, Elephant Jungle Sanctuary forms an ideal excursion for all those adventure buffs who wish to spend some time with these giant and lovely creatures.

    Whether you want to swim along with baby elephants or capture the lively habitat of this place on your camera, the park has something for everyone. In addition to all the fun, you can also donate some money to be used for the well-being of these beautiful creatures.

    Location: Phuket, Near Maithon Beach.
    Price: INR 4810.
    Timings: 9:00 AM-6:00 PM.

    6. Admire the nature’s beauty at Nong Nooch Tropical Garden:
    Styled like a typical European Renaissance Garden, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden lures the visitors with its wide array of plant species. From succulent gardens, cactus garden, and topiary plantations to orchids nurseries, the garden has a lot to offer.

    If you want to explore the entire area around, get a rental bicycle and leave for a scenic tour with your partner. The Thai Cultural Hall situated within the garden hosts several Muay Thai performances and cultural shows which will keep you engaged for hours.

    Location: Tambon Na Chom Thian, Amphoe Sattahip, Thailand.
    Price: INR 800.
    Timings: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

    7. Get a soothing Thai massage:
    After exploring the massive beaches of Thailand, you might feel worn out and fatigued. To restore your energy for newer experiences, Thailand beaches house several spa centers where you can treat yourself with a soothing Thai massage.

    The massage services over here are provided by trained experts who leave no stone unturned in ensuring your comfort and relaxation. With their authentic services and trained staff members, Thai spa centers have gained worldwide recognition. If you want your getaway to be a relaxing experience, don’t forget to include a Thai spa visit in your Thailand tour package.

    Location: Phuket, Thailand.
  3. What are the romantic things to do in Thailand?

    1. Explore the beautiful beaches of Phuket:
    Walk hand in hand with your partner on the crystal clear beaches of Phuket, soak in the views of its magnificent coastline or laze around the shacks admiring the ethereal views of sunsets. If you are seeking some privacy, head for a private cruise tour and treat your eyes with the enchanting vistas of the entire city.

    2. Enjoy a beach party at Koh Samui:
    If you are on a look out for some exotic honeymoon spots, plan your journey to the magnificent beach of Koh Samui and make the most of your romantic getaway.

    The beach is known to host some of the best full-moon parties where you can bond with your partner over a musical dance. If you have some extra time in hand, head to the Namuang Waterfalls to treasure some precious moments with your better half away from the bustling streets of the city.

    3. Relish romantic stay at the beach resorts:
    Thailand is home to several beach resorts where you can vouch for a fun-filled vacation with your partner amidst nature's glory. These resorts not only serve you with an opportunity to de-stress away from the madding crowd but they also provide its visitors with ample opportunities to indulge in exciting water sports.

    If you further wish to add some cherishable moments to this romantic voyage, embark on a nearby island hopping tour and register an indelible memory  into your honeymoon diaries.

    4. Explore the old city of Sukhothai together:
    One of the most sought-after inclusions in Thailand holiday packages, Sukhothai city woos love birds with its old world charm and romantic cruises.

    On your visit to this destination, walk hand in hand with your partner through the ruins of the city, or leave for a cruise across the Yom River. If you are a history lover, you can give a beautiful end to your Thailand tour with a visit to its Si Satchanalai Historical Park.
  4. Which are the famous temples to visit in Thailand?

    1. Wat Arun:
    If you are searching for the best Thailand holiday packages, don’t forget to include this architectural marvel into your itinerary.  Popularly known as the Temple of the Dawn, Wat Arun is a sacred spot in Bangkok that deserves a special mention in your travel diary.

    If you want to catch the aerial vistas of Bangkok city on a full moon night, look no further than this ethereal destination. The temple is nestled on the banks of Chao Phraya river and is majorly known for its exceptional night views.

    2. White Temple:
    Looking to get some extraordinary experiences on your Thailand voyage? Make your way to this architectural masterpiece and witness a structure that is no lesser than a fairytale palace. Situated in the Chiang Rai province of Thailand.

    White Temple stands out with its unique combination of art and Buddhist values. The structure comprises several exceptional design elements like The Bridge of the cycle of rebirth and the Gate of heaven, which make it a true masterpiece that it is.

    3. Wat Benchamabophit:
    Regarded as one of the best Thai temples, Wat Ben is a sacred building that intrigues the visitors with its rich Buddhist history and an evident aesthetic appeal. The temple is made up of white marble that makes it look no lesser than a beautiful castle. Its architecture has a hint of both Thai and European style and the interior of the temple is complete with a meditation hall, ordination hall, drum hall, and monk’s quarters.

    4. Wat Sri Suphan:
    Marking its unavoidable presence since the year 1500, Wat Sri Suphan temple holds the visitors captive with its intricate silver work. The temple is entirely covered in silver, right from the main Buddha statue and walls to the roofs and has some intricate carvings of Buddhist legends in its interiors.

    As you will usher into this architectural wonder, be ready to be spellbound by its silver decoration and subtle use of mirrors and vibrant colors. If you have some queries to ask regarding the Buddhist culture, feel free to attend its monk chat session.
  5. What is the best time to visit Thailand?

    Winter season (November to February): The cool and dry season transforms the landscape into a bouquet of lush green surroundings. The weather is most pleasant during this season with little instances of rainfall. Exploring the city and its many outdoor activities can be done in the best way during this time. Christmas and New Year celebrations are in full swing at this time so it will be good to make your bookings of Thailand Tour Packages in advance.

    Summer season (March to May): The extremely hot and dry weather can make things difficult for you. Although some cool breeze is expected near coastal regions, you will need light and loose-fitting clothes to brave this season. Northern Thailand and the Gulf regions are best travelled during this time. The nights are usually cool and the Water Festival during these months is something to look forward to.

    Monsoon season (June to October): The hot and humid climate invites rains and sunrays in abundance. Tourism is generally low during this time but good for those who wish to save on travel costs. Shutting down of boat services and islands is common owing to floods and storms.

  6. Which are the adventure activities in Thailand?

    1. White water rafting: For those with a penchant for water adventures, white water rafting might just be the highlight of the Thailand tour. Contrary to common knowledge, Thailand is actually home to several suitable locations for the sport- Pai, Chiang Mai and Northern Island being some of them. The rivers here contain rapids varying from Level 1 to 5, thus making it accessible for rafters across all levels of expertise. 
    2. Kiteboarding: Very little can ever compare to the thrill and rush of kiteboarding on a clear day. A fairly new sport, kiteboarding involves surfing on a paddle while harnessed to a kite above. Luckily, there are many places where one can try kiteboarding in Thailand. Koh Samui, Phuket and Pattaya are some of them. 
    3. Flight of the Gibbon Adventure: An absolutely irreplaceable part of any Thailand tour package for adventure lovers, the Flight of the Gibbon Adventure is a unique zip lining adventure in the rainforests of Khao Kheow. This 150 minute adventure is as good as ziplining can get- harnessed to sturdy fixtures, zipliners will get to whizz across treetops as gibbons do. There are several landing platforms along the way, where zipliners must embark and prepare for the next leap. 
    4. Mountain biking: Traversing through untrodden ways, the mountain bike trails in Thailand are an excellent way to explore the local beauty of the country. Enthusiastic bikers can head over to Chiang Mai for the experience, where the trails are challenging, fun, and offer excellent views of the lush forests here. However, one can try mountain biking at virtually every city in Thailand, even in the islands.
    5. Scuba diving: One of the highlights of every Thailand tour, Scuba diving is an excellent way of exploring the marine life off the Thai coast. A stunning range of vibrant corals, phosphorescent fishes and big game rule the waters here. Krabi, Phuket, Pattaya, and Koh Samui are some of the best places for scuba diving in Thailand.

  7. Which are the island tours one can take when in Thailand?

    Certainly, Thailand is the home to magnificent islands like Ko Samui, Ko Nang Yuan and Ko Tao as the most popular ones. Well, Chumphon Archipelago is considered as the gateway to the above-mentioned islands. The beauty of the island extends to Ko Phi Phi, which has been known globally as a paradise.

    The tours include:

    - River cruise to the Ayutthaya Temples

    - Adventure sailing trip to Phi Phi Islands

    - Loy Krathong Night Tour

    - River Kwai bridge Tour

    - Phang Na Bay Day Trip

    Floating market trip to Damnoen Saduak (Flat 35% Off)

    - Sea Cave tour to Phang Na Bay

     - Ang Thong Islands trip

    Trip to the James Bond Island (Flat 28% Off)

  8. How to reach Thailand?

    By Air: One of the easiest ways to reach Thailand is by air. The Phuket International Airport and Bangkok International Airport are the two major international airports which offer convenient flights to and from all over the world. Most flights bound to Asia also travel to Thailand. Yet other international airports are also located at Krabi, Chiang Mai and Koh Samui, which are very well connected with incoming flights from South East region of Asia. Operating on a national level is Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways, which cater to Domestic traffic.

    By Road: The easiest way to enter Thailand via road is through the six international border crossings which come through Cambodia. One of the busiest one’s out of the six is the Friendship bridge from Laos across the Mekong Delta. You can practically take a drive from Malaysia and Singapore in your own vehicle. The crossings between Malaysia and Thailand are Padang Besar and Sadao in Songkhla provincial area. It is best to start on your driving journey as early in the day as possible since you will have to pass the border regions, which consume a lot of time to check all formalities. It can take anywhere between half-hour to two hours to cross it. 

    By Waterways: You can take a ferry ride from nearby locations like Phuket and Malaysia during the months of November to May, which are considered to be the best for plying ferries between these locations. A number of cruises from Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and Europe also make regular stops at Bangkok and Phuket. These rides are fairly economic and convenient for tourists who can also experience the fun of riding a ferry while availing transport between the two islands.

  9. Do I need a visa for Thailand?

    India is one of the countries, out of 18 others, which makes travellers eligible to avail a visa on arrival. In order to benefit from the same, the visa must strictly be made for tourism purposes, a period of 30 days must be remaining on the expiry of the passport, a verified address for accommodation in Thailand must be produced, a confirmed return ticket within 15 days of entry must be produced and an entry fee of 2000 Thai Baht must be paid in cash at the time of availing visa. For those who are not eligible to get a visa on arrival, the Royal Thai Embassy can be approached to get the same.

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

    The Currency prevalent in Thailand is the Thai Baht. As a tourist, it might be convenient for you to get your currency exchanged at the right place so that you can retain as much value of your money after the exchange, as possible. It is recommended that you should never get your currency exchanged at your home country, which might prove to be quite expensive.

    Even in the neighbouring countries around Thailand, you might lose 5 – 10% of the value of your money through conversion. It is always better to use credit cards, traveller’s cheque, banks, ATMs online transfers and exchange office kiosks in Thailand to get your money exchanged.

  11. What is the best public transport to commute around Thailand?

    Taxi: Traditional taxis can be hired safely since most of them are metered but during peak times and issues in communication, you may want to pick an UBER, Grab Taxi, All Thai Taxi and Easy Taxi, all of which are app - based taxi hire platforms.

    City bus: Bangkok happens to have a large network of city bus rides which you can board at a bus stop and pay for, when you find a seat or disembark.

    Motorcycle taxi: For short distances, you can hire a motorcycle taxi, which can be found at most city intersections. Take care to establish the price of the ride beforehand.

    Rail system: Bangkok is the only place in Thailand with above ground and underground light rail transport systems so you can pick them if it suits your convenience.

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

    Commonly, almost 94% of the population in Thailand speaks the Daic languages, prominent among which is Thai. You will barely find people speaking Austro – Asiatic languages or Tibeto – Burman language. Here are a few common greetings in the Thai language:

    - Thank you: Khop Khun

    - Hello: Sawasdee

    - How are you: Sabai See

    - Delicious food: Aroy

    - Goodnight: Ratriswat and Fun dee

    Thai Wai is a common greeting in Thailand which is said with a bow and pressed hands. It is common for women to add the word ‘kha’ at the end of a greeting but men should not use it.

  13. Which floating markets are famous in Thailand?

    1. Damnoen Saduak Floating market: This market can be reached easily via Bangkok. It happens to be one of the most popular floating markets in Thailand. With many stalls and eateries, you will find a variety of sellers on small boats, some of them even cooking food on their boat to sell it to the travellers. Get here early to get the best scenic views.

    2. Khlong Lat Mayom floating market: Located in Central Bangkok, you might not find a lot of vendors making a bid here but what you will find here is an experience that is unbeatable. Colourful and fresh produce with cooked meals make a pleasant display. Don’t come with a filled stomach here because you will surely want to try out these dishes.

    3. Amphawa floating market: This market is a must-visit during the evening hours. Along with a healthy collection of shopping avenues and souvenirs, you can have a pleasant dinner with a great view.

    4. Ayutthaya floating market: This market has been built exclusively with the aim to attract tourists. You will find attractive wooden shops here with cafes and restaurants.

  14. What are the dos and don’ts for Thailand visit?

    As goes well in the tourism industry, the saying is quite true that being a tourist gives you a passport to come and travel to a different country but not to disturb the culture and traditions of that place. Here are a few things that you should take care of while travelling in Thailand.

    - Make sure that you are dressed decently, especially when you visit temples and royal locations.

    - At many places, you will need to remove your footwear before entering a place. This is because feet are considered dirty in Thailand.

    - Keep patience and do not lash out at anyone unnecessarily.

    - Do not point at something while gesturing towards it.

    - Do not put your feet at any place which is not meant for them.

    - Do not wear revealing clothing while travelling in Thailand. Not only is this better for your skin but also decent as per the customs.

    - Do not touch anyone’s head, even if it is a child. 

    If possible, get yourself a handy book on how you should travel in Thailand.

  15. How is the nightlife in Thailand? Which places are must visit to experience best of Thailand nightlife?

    1. Simon Cabaret Show, Phuket

    It is an original and colourful display of culture and cabaret dance by experts. This show will add a glint of excitement to your evening with beats of music and sparkling colour.

    Location: 8 Sirirat Rd, Tambon Patong, Amphoe Kathu, Chang Wat Phuket 83150, Thailand

    Price: Thai Baht 1000 for one Vip ticket

    2. Night Biking in Bangkok

    Ride the night in Bangkok on a cycle and get to view some of the most iconic places in the city after it falls dark. The crowd-free places, lit temples and historic centres will give you a different experience to view, than the day time.

    Price: INR 3400

    3. Bangkok Sky Dining Buffet

    Get a soulful experience at tasting some of the most exclusive Thai dishes and get an unlimited view of the city, where you may find yourself indoors or on the balcony but with a refreshing experience either way.

    Location: 222 Ratchaprarop Rd., Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand

    Price: INR 4000

    4. Patong Boxing Stadium

    The biggest Muay Thai ring in the south of Thailand is yours to witness where professional boxers come out to wrestle. Choose from VIP, Ringside or stadium seats to watch this match.

    Location: 2 59 Sainamyen Rd, Tambon Patong, Amphoe Kathu, Chang Wat Phuket 83150, Thailand

    Price: INR 3000

    5. Pub Crawl, Phuket

    Hop from one bar to another and see the city transform in front of you. You will be setting foot in some of the best bars and dance floors in the city, where people can be seen exploring the night scene of Phuket. From music to complimentary drinks, there is a lot that you can find here.

    Price: INR 1500

    6. Kaan Show, Pattaya

    The show opens its doors to Thai mythology and culture in a never before seen avatar. You can choose from four different style of seats to watch this show that combines stunts and dance performances.

    Location: 168, Thep Prasit Rd, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand

    Price: INR 1800 – INR 3600

  16. Where can we go for Elephant trekking in Thailand?

    The best areas to go for elephant trekking in Thailand are Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai. Both of these places offer a rich and different experience for elephant trekking. Outside a small village in Raummit is the first location. It takes a 20 minute drive from Mae Kok river to get here or a 60 minute boat ride on it. According to the availability of time, you can take the short trek or the long trek. Another option is in Sob Rauk by the name of anantara resort, in the location of the golden triangle. 

  17. Which place is famous for Full Moon Party in Thailand?

    The full moon party is the wildest beach party in Thailand, which is organised every month, attended by 10-30 thousand people. This party takes place on the island of Koh Phangan, which is so huge that it impacts the number of travellers that come to Thailand and Thailand tour packages.

  18. Which are the famous biking tours in Thailand?

    Some of the most famous biking tours in Thailand are:

    - Chiang Mai to Bangkok

    - The Mae Hong Son Loop

    - The Golden Triangle

    - Bangkok to Phuket

  19. What all places are covered in Elephant Safari tour in Thailand?

    When it comes to the matter of enjoying Elephant Safari in Thailand, it can be carried out at:

    Chiang Mai and visit Raummit


    Sob Rauk.

    In fact, Sob Rauk is the place where the Golden Triangle is positioned.

  20. Which are the famous scuba diving places in Thailand?

    With so many islands and pristine beaches, the divers can enjoy numerous scuba diving tours in Thailand at:

    - Diving Tour at Racha Nai and Racha Yai

    - Diving Trip at Koh Tao and Koh Samui

    - Dive Trip at Koh Chang

    - Dive Trip in Phi Phi Island

  21. Should I make a day trip to Phi Phi Island? What is special about that place?

    Yes, you should take a day trip to Phi Phi Island because it is known as the paradise in Thailand. A special thing about the island is that it stands as an archipelago or group of six islands (Ko Phi Phi Don, Ko Yung, Ko Mai Phai, Ko Phi Phi Leh, Bida Nok and Bida Nai) itself.  

  22. How much does Maldives trip cost?

    A trip to Maldives can be enjoyed at a cost of starting INR 35,000 to INR 1,00,000 per person. However, Maldives tour cost will depend on how many days you want to spend in the country and what is your budget for choosing the accommodation. The trip cost will also differ according to the experiences you wish to have during your vacation.
  23. Is Passport required for Maldives?

    Yes, a valid passport is necessary for all nationals wishing to enter Maldives. The passport should be valid for at least six months along with a tourist visa for 30 days if you want to enjoy Maldives tour.
  24. How many days are enough for Maldives?

    A vacation of 4 to 5 days is enough for enjoying the best of Maldives Holiday Package. This duration will help you cover all the prominent tourist places if you are not interested in going for activities like diving and deep-sea fishing.
  25. How much does it cost to go to Maldives from India?

    For a flight booking from any metropolitan town in India like Delhi, Kochi, Mumbai, Kolkata etc. to Maldives costs under INR 20,000 per person. The actual cost of the flight will vary with the time you book your flight in advance or avail any deals or discounts on the booking. The total expenditure for a vacation in Maldives will range between INR 40000 TO INR 50000 per person.
  26. Which is better Bora Bora or Maldives?

    Both Bora Bora and Maldives are a set of beautiful islands where you can look forward to enjoy the most picturesque beaches, water sports and a laid-back vacation with your loved ones.

    The question of which one is better solely depends upon the place from which you are planning to travel. For those who live in Europe, Asia and Africa, Maldives is more accessible while Bora Bora is more feasible if travelling from the United States. Also, Bora Bora offers more luxury resorts while Maldives is versatile with its affordable accomodations.
  27. Which is better: Phuket or Maldives?

    Both Phuket and Maldives are popular beach destinations. Phuket is well-known for its thrilling water sports like scuba diving, sailing along with offering experiences like spa and sauna for a laid-back holiday.

    Maldives is known for its atolls from where you can enjoy a splendid 5 star hotel stay. Whlle Maldives is more suited for a luxury trip as you get to stay in a water bungalow, Phuket is an ideal vacay to be enjoyed for a budget with more options. Maldives is more suited for honeymooners while Phuket is better for families and backpackers.
  28. How do I get around the Maldives?

    The best way to explore Maldives is while travelling on foot as the city is very small with an area of 2.2 square miles. The inter island travel is facilitated by seaplanes which need to be booked in advance and costs around USD to USD 450.

    If you are in Male or Addu city, you can also opt for a bus service or bike to travel around. To travel to the remote and uninhabited islands, you can opt for the National Public Ferry Network.
  29. Is the Maldives a good destination to take children?

    Yes, Maldives is an excellent getaway to enjoy with your children. It offers many kid-friendly activities which can be enjoyed for a refreshing stay. There are many activities like dolphin watching, watersports like snorkeling and scuba diving, whale submarine, fishing etc. which makes it a fun-filled getaway to have with kids.
  30. What is the currency used in Maldives?

    The currency of Maldives is the rufiyaa (Rf) which equals to USD 0.065.
  31. Which are the best beaches to visit in Maldives?

    1. Taj Exotica Beach: Known for its turquoise blue waters which are perfect for scuba diving, Taj Exotica Beach is one of the most popular places in Maldives tour packages When you are here, you can enjoy a laid-back vacation in one of the popular resorts.

    2. Baros Maldives: Featuring the best lagoons which are famed for their lavish resorts and elegant restaurants, this beach is one of the most popular places to see in Maldives tour. One of the most enjoyable activities to look forward to at Baros Maldives is reef snorkeling.

    3. Lilys Beach: At Lily Resort and Spa, this is a private beach where you can enjoy a relaxing stay with your loved ones. It features one of the most amazing underwater world experiences and lets you explore the beautiful house reefs.

    4. Cocoa Island Beaches: One of the most offbeat places in Maldives holiday packages, this beach offers a splendid opportunity to see the marine life in the islands. It also offers many private resorts where you will cherish a relaxing yoga session and a spa holiday.

    5. Fulhadhoo Beach: Away from the urban sprawl, Fulhadhoo Beach will let you escape the crowds and enjoy the glittering white sands. The sunset views from this beach will take your breath away.

    6. Four Seasons Beach: Situated in North Male Atoll, this beach is known for its breathtaking shoreline. The private beach is perfect for a laid-back stroll in the sands, do yoga or have an enthralling scuba diving experience.
  32. Which are the best spa resorts in Maldives?

    1. Velassaru, Maldives: One of the most lavish experiences in Maldives tour package, Vellassaru will help you unwind your senses. The spa treatment rooms here give the luxuriant views of water and there is a sunset yoga class organised here.

    2. Kuramathi Spa, Maldives: This spa resort offers a relaxing retreat to help you de-stress on your vacation. The popular amenities available at this resort are a water pavilion massage room, herbal bath treatment room etc.

    3. Huvafen Fushi, Maldives: Gear up for an offbeat holiday at this luxury spa which is an underwater spa in Male city. This expensive resort is worth all your money and well known for offering the Pure Massage and Teresa Tarmey Treatments.

    4. One & Only Spa by ESPA: Let a full body massage relax your muscles at this world class spa in Maldives. It is also known for offering personalised treatments for the guests by amalgamating the techniques of western medicine and Ayurvedic treatments.

    5. The Spa & Ayurvedic Retreat at Four Seasons Resort Maldives: In the middle of the turquoise blue waters of Maldives, this spa is well known for offering you a relaxing spa treatment and an energetic yoga session. The treatments here are well-known to improve your immune system.
  33. Which are the best water villa resorts in Maldives?

    1. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island: Offering a romantic escape, this villa covers two islands which are connected by a footbridge in Maldives. It boasts of having a submerged restaurant where you can catch a glimpse of the underwater world roaming around you through the glass walls.

    2. One&Only Reethi Rah: With 130 water villas, this exotic getaway will help you cherish an intimate time through the beautiful coast of Maldives. It has 13 spa treatment rooms, a pool, a pavilion for yoga and meditation along with a spa courtyard which has steam and sauna facilities.

    3. Shangri-La's Villingili Resort & Spa: Well known for having a mind-blowing spa along with restaurants, Shangri La is one of the most amazing experiences in Maldives tour package. The major highlights of staying here includes cycling tours, nature walks and a private lunch on a yacht.

    4. Taj Exotica Resort & Spa: Featuring some of the best water villas in Maldives tour, Taj Exotica Resort is located on a beautiful lagoon. The rooms here are filled with sunlight and overlook the mesmerising views of the sea. Tourists will enjoy wildlife spotting around the island when they are here.

    5. Baros Resort Maldives: Treating your eyes with glistening views from the rooms, Baros Resort offers 30 water villas which are known for their superb hospitality. Couples will enjoy here as a stay here includes free wine, photoshoot, custom made dinner and many more things.
  34. Where can I party at the Full Moon Party in Thailand?

    You can party hard at Full Moon Party in the Koh Phangon province in Thailand.

  35. Which are the best places for adventure activities like white-water rafting in Thailand?

    In order to enjoy white-water rafting in Thailand, tourists can visit:

    - Chiang Mai

    - Pai, Nan

    - Phang Nga Island

  36. What are the best places for snorkelling in Thailand?

    When it comes to identifying places to enjoy snorkelling in Thailand. The best places to wear your snorkeling mask include:

    - Phi Phi Island
    - Koi Samui
    - Angthong

  37. What are the famous camping sites in Thailand?

    Thailand is not just a home to islands or beaches; it has a place for camping enthusiasts too.

    - Doi Inthanon National Park

    - Khao Yai National Park

    - Huay Mae Kamin waterfalls

    - Thong Pha Phum National Park

    - Khao Lem National Park

     - Thi Lor Su Waterfalls

    Among these, Doi Inthanon National Park is famous as the “Roof of Thailand”; while, Thi Lor Su Waterfalls are Thailand’s largest waterfall offering stunning views.