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8 Holiday(s) found in Thailand | Price Range: Rs. 24,990 to Rs.38,990

Thailand Tour Packages

Endowed with immaculate beaches, fascinating culture and salubrious climate, the Kingdom of Thailand is, undoubtedly, one of the most happening holiday destinations in the world. The country encloses five geographical regions, most of which are speckled with amazing wildlife sanctuaries, historical monuments, ancient temples, as well as sky-scrappers, bustling shopping malls, vibrant pubs, bars and more. Tourists can avail exciting Thailand tour packages to discover the splendours of this beautiful country, which never fails to enchant her visitors. Thailand offers plenty of exotic places and things to do, promising a memorable holiday experience for visitors. Bangkok, the capital city, is worth-visiting on a Thailand tour. In fact, the unique culture, remarkable cuisine, shopping and nightlife of Thailand can be experienced at its best in Bangkok. The city is dotted with hundreds of temples, each one of which is a perfect manifestation of Thai architecture. Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun are some of the worth-mentioning temples of Bangkok that are listed as the most beautiful and holiest sites of the country. Beside temples, Bangkok has many other prominent attractions that include Dusit Hall and Zoo, Temple Mount, Lumphini Park, The Queen's Gallery and more. A guided holiday tour can be highly advantageous for those who want to explore Bangkok in a limited time frame. Located on the coasts of Andaman Sea and Gulf of Thailand, Phuket, Hua Hin and Koh Samui are some of the breathtaking tropical islands which make Thailand a dream beach destination as well. With a comprehensive choice of Thailand tour packages available, tourists can conveniently choose a suitable beach holiday package and get indulge in a range exciting activities. For adventure seekers and those who are young at heart, beaches of Thailand offer thrilling water sports like canoeing, sailing, para-sailing, scuba diving and more. These beaches also serve as ideal venues for parties and romantic moon-light dinners. If you have no idea where to start, then there are many tailor-made tour packages offered by Yatra.com that will make one's task easier. As per their tastes, tourists can also customise these packages at the time of booking. By choosing an exciting Thailand tour package, this magnificent land can be travelled in an extremely delightful and hassle-free manner. Beyond shadow of a doubt, the heavenly ambience and a pool of amazing attractions of Thailand are sure to keep tourists engrossed through-out the tour, while providing them a bag-full of memories to be cherished forever.

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Yatra Thailand Summer Special Ex Kolkata

4 Nights Pattaya (2)  →  Bangkok (2)


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Yatra Thailand Summer Special Ex Kolkata

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Yatra Thailand Summer Special Ex Chennai

4 Nights Pattaya (2)  →  Bangkok (2)


Yatra Thailand Summer Special Ex Chennai

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Yatra Thailand Summer Special Ex Mumbai

4 Nights Pattaya (2)  →  Bangkok (2)


Yatra Thailand Summer Special Ex Mumbai

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Thailand Guide

  • Shopping in Thailand

    Dedicated shoppers a veritable treasure trove of delights and powered by its reputation as one of the most inexpensive shopping hubs in Southeast Asia, awaits you. From local handicrafts to slick tailor-made suits and dresses— and lovely cottons, branded clothes, pearls, jewellery, watches, electronic gadgets— all available in the stores across the country. There’s a thriving spurious market too. The night markets, the shopping malls and old markets, the street vendors— all offer riveting experiences. Bargaining hard at the local bazaars and tourist hot spots such as Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market, the world’s largest market. Top buys are Thai silk, clothing, costume jewellery, handicrafts, gemstones and computers and peripherals.

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  • Food Cuisines in Thailand

    Thai cuisine is driven by balance, flavor, and variety and offers a wonderful array of traditional choices for both non-vegetarian and vegetarian palates. Fresh, aromatic and richly accompanied or infused with herbs and spices it has been an excellent export tradition to world markets. Rice , noodles, soups, traditional pastes and sauces, plenty of fresh vegetable and seafood— and the mélange of sweet, sour, hot and salty flavours add that exotic touch to the Thai spread. But it’s also has a slew of restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world, making it very convenient for the many nationalities which arrive here to vacation.

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  • Must do & Must Experience in Thailand

    There’s more to see in Thailand than the old time world of the ’ Pretty Dancing Girls of Siam’, made legend in the yesteryears Ricky Nelson hit ‘A Wonder like You’. Blessed with stunning natural beauty, backed by a splendiferous cultural heritage, Thailand is a glorious mélange of awesome temples, beaches, spa islands, shopping delights and a ritzy nightlife— Reasons aplenty to make it one of the world’s most-sought after vacation hotspots. Bangkok beckons with its cruises along the gilded temple-lined Chao Pra Phraya River, Grand Palace, it’s Amazing Thailand Grand Sales, then there are the ruins of the World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya (three palace and 400 temples), the UNESCO-acclaimed Sukhothai Historical Park, cultural Chiang Mai, the tribal and wilderness hot spots of Chiang Rai, honeymooners Krabi, family hub Pattaya, Koh Samet’s 14 pristine white beaches, Koh Chang and its scuba adventures and Ko Pha Ngan Island with its fabled Full Moon Party, Khao Lak’s access to the coral reefs of Similian and Surin islands, Trang’s underwater weddings in the Andaman Sea— and its friendly people—all are a magnet for repeat visits for all age groups. And don’t forget—Thai sea food, Thai boxing and shopping sprees!

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  • Calendar of Events in Thailand

    Thailand’s annual events are driven by the lunar calendar resulting in date changes from year to year. The nationwide Songkran Festival marks the Thai New Year in April. The national Loy Krathong Festival is held in November.

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  • Weather in Thailand

    November to March is most pleasant. You might want to avoid the summer (March to May) with temperatures going up to almost 40° C; the monsoon (June-July) period gets very wet and muggy but offers cool and lush environs to enjoy as well.

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  • History of Thailand

    There’s more to this ancient kingdom of Siam (so named from 1855 to 1939 and from 1946 to 1949, and then Muang Thai— Thailand, in 1949) than its present political upheavals. Yes this ‘land of the free’ whose beginnings may have been shrouded in heated debate, never in its 800 year old history was it under the yoke of colonization...a rarity in these parts. Its people— a melting pot of centuries of migration...its linguistic heritage— one of the richest in the South East Asian region. From the 10-13th century Southern Thailand came under the Mon Lavo Kingdom, with progressive interventions from neighbouring Khmer rulers. By the 13th century several migrant principalities (meuang) united and broke away from the Khmer overlords to establish the kingdom of Sukhothai ( in the Chao Phraya Valley), which under King Ramkhamhaeng the Great was considered the Golden Era of Thai history. Under King Ramathaibodi, Ayuthhya became the new capital. A Burmese (Myanmar) attack forced the routed King Taksin to make Thonburi, further south, his capital. In 1782 his successor King Phra Buddha Yodfah Chulaloke (founder of the present-day Chakri dynasty), shifted to the less vulnerable Bangkok. The bloodless coup d’état in 1932, put an end to the absolute monarchy and heralded the constitutional regime in Thailand. The country has seen military rule intermittently. Democracy was restored in 2007 with general Elections marking the return to civilian rule. The present political situation In Thailand has been extremely volatile with almost six months of unrest between government and the opposition. In 2011 Yingluck Shinawatra (who became Prime Minister with a landslide vote for the pro-Thaksin Pheu Thai Party) faced charges of being her brother’s (exiled former PM Thaksin Shinawatra) puppet. The the military junta has staged a coup (the 12th after the end of absolute monarchy in 1932), declared martial law, dismissed the Senate and detained Yingluck Shinawatra. Army Chief General Prayuth Chanocha has appointed himself the new prime minster.

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