Bangkok Packages FAQs
A. The duration of your stay depends on the number of things you want to engage in and repeat of experiences if any. If you want to visit Bangkok to cross off the regular tourist spots and activities then a maximum of five days is sufficient. Usually Bangkok packages take about a week and include not just Bangkok but other famous places in Thailand such as Phuket, Krabi or Pattaya.
Q. Are there any good Indian restaurants in Bangkok?
A. Frequented by a horde of Indian tourists, it is natural for Bangkok to have Indian eateries. Amritsr, Rang Mahal, Punjab Grill Bangkok, Charcoal are a few Indian restaurants that can be visited whenever you feel homesick. Majority of these places are located on Sukhumvit Road.
Q. When can I get the cheapest flights to Bangkok?
A. The cheapest day to fly to Bangkok is Tuesday with February being the cheapest month. The cheapest flights from Indian cities to Bangkok are operated by NokScoot and Thai Lion. It is better to pick an all-encompassing Bangkok travel package which includes flights as well.
Q. What all can I do in Bangkok in 5 days?
A. The very brand proposition of Bangkok is to put one’s feet up. It calls out to revellers to zany travellers, families looking for some budget fun to the tourists taken in by the sleazy charms of the city. Depending on the traveller, the itinerary can be chalked out. A few must-dos for a first timer are a ride in tuk-tuk, exploring the night markets, river cruise. You can also book day-trips to the floating market or Kwai river bridge, try out a Thai cooking class, or head for the traditional Thai massage.
Q. What is the entry fee to the Grand Palace?
A. The Grand Palace can be visited from 8.30 am to 3.30 pm daily and the entry ticket costs Rs 500 baht or Rs 1,700 approximately. The ticket price includes entry to Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall, Vimanmek Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple.
Q. Suggest the top places to visit in Bangkok
A. A motley of centuries-old temples, spiffy malls to swanky skyscrapers, Bangkok with its endless options opens itself to a tourist like a travel book guiding them from one stop to the next. The must-visit places in Bangkok are Dusit Palace, Wat Arun, Wat Tramit, Khao San Road and Damnoen Saduk Floating Market to name a few.
Q. How expensive is a trip to Bangkok from India?
A. The cheapest Bangkok tour package is Thailand Super Saver for 5 nights starting at Rs 29,000 and includes meals, flights, stay, airport transfers and sightseeing. The package covers 3 nights in Pattaya and 2 nights in Bangkok ticking off famous attractions in both the cities. The package is value for money for a tourist wanting to round up Bangkok in budget.
Q. Do Indians need a visa for Bangkok?
A. Indians travelling to Thailand for tourism can get visa on arrival for up to 15 days at the designated immigration points. In case you wish to stay beyond 15 days, then you can apply online for a single-entry visa valid for three months which costs Rs 2,500 or a multiple-entry visa valid for six months priced at Rs 12,000.
Q. How costly are the honeymoon packages to Bangkok?
A. There is no marked price point at which Bangkok honeymoon tour packages can be booked at as most couples end up customising their itinerary and the cost of a package varies from another. A week-long tour with 2 nights each in Phuket, Krabi and Bangkok is a hotseller among honeymooners.
Q. Do they speak English in Bangkok?
A. Since Bangkok is a major tourist destination with travellers coming in from across the world, English is widely spoken and understood in the city. Whether it is haggling in streets or shopping in malls, you can travel with ease in Bangkok with no language barrier at all.