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Experience the legendary Thai hospitality and explore the glorious beaches of this South-East Asian country. We offer a wide range of Thailand tour packages which will appease your soul and make your vacations memorable. Spin the globe around and you will find your heart stuck on Thailand, a land overflowing with diversity.

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Our Best Thailand Holiday Packages from India

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Bangkok Pattaya Tour
4 N / 5 D

Pattaya – Bangkok

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12,500
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17,000
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Koh Samui with Bangkok Tour
4 N / 5 D

Koh Samui – Bangkok

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15,500
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29%
22,000
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Bangkok Phuket Tour
5 N / 6 D

Phuket - Phi Phi Island – Phuket - Bangkok

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17,500
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12%
20,000
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Krabi and Bangkok Tour
4 N / 5 D

Krabi - Bangkok

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18,500
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26%
25,000
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Bangkok Pattaya Phuket Tour Package
7 N / 8 D

Phuket – Bangkok – Pattaya – Bangkok

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22,500
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16%
27,000
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Simply Thailand Tour
5 N / 6 D

Bangkok - Pattaya

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24,500
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12%
28,000
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Bangkok Phuket Krabi Tour Package
7 N / 8 D

Krabi - Phuket - Bangkok

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28,500
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30,000
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Phuket Krabi Tour
5 N / 6 D

Phuket - Krabi

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24,999
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16%
30,000
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Fun Holidays to Thailand
8 N / 9 D

Bangkok - Pattaya - Phuket

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34,999
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22%
45,000
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Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour Package
10 N / 11 D

Singapore - Kuala Lumpur - Pattaya - Bangkok

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53,500
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10%
60,000
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Singapore with Phuket
6 N / 7 D

Singapore - Sentosa Island - Phuket - Phi Phi Islands - Bangkok

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30,500
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17%
37,000
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Phuket Honeymoon Package
4 N / 5 D

Phuket - Phi Phi Island

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Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour with Cruise
10 N / 11 D

Bangkok - Pattaya - Putrajaya - Kuala Lampur - Genting Highlands - Singapore (Cruise) - Singapore

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42,500
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15%
50,000
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Cambodia and Thailand Tour
6 N / 7 D

Siem Reap – Bangkok – Pattaya - Coral Island – Pattaya - Bangkok

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31,500
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12%
36,000
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Thailand Adventure Tour
7 N / 8 D

Phuket - James Bond Island - Pattaya - Coral Island

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28,999
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17%
35,000
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Superb Krabi with Koh Samui Tour
6 N / 7 D

Krabi - Koh Samui

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32,999
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5%
35,000
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Singapore Thailand Tour
7 N / 8 D

Singapore- Pattaya- Bangkok

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39,000
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46,000
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Tucked in South East Asia, the country lets its rustic beaches, regal palaces, and ancient temples take all the limelight. This is why travelers shout-out the name of Thailand as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. Whether you love traveling with your family or want to spend time with your loved one or ride solo, there is no better place to plan a tour than Thailand from India.

Travel is to live and when given the cerulean waters, white and golden sand beaches, amazing culture, and thrilling adventure sports, you wouldn’t take a minute to pack your bags. Every part of Thailand pitches for itself, when you move to the shores you will meet Pattaya and Phuket. While Phi Phi islands, Phang Nga Bay, Bangla Road, Similan Islands, Big Buddha are some of Phuket’s own favorites. On the other, Pattaya is seen talking about its Sanctuary of Truth, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, Floating Market, Wat Phra Khao Yai, and Walking Street. Whichever tourist place attracts you, add it on your itinerary as Thailand h packages from India offered by Indian Holiday are customer friendly.

The name ‘Land of Smiles’ is enough to describe the delights of the island country. No matter the occasion, a Thailand travel guide takes you to the best places for a wonderful time. Bangkok the capital is also the hub of all the fascinating pleasures the island abounds in. The centuries-old temples are only one single glimpse of the colorful culture. In addition to sightseeing, enjoy the thrilling opportunity of shopping, relaxing Thai massage, delicious food and so much more. Apart from the incredible experiences that are a mix of the old and new worlds, there are cherished Bangkok tours that certainly steal your heart.

Wherever you go, enjoy the smiling faces of the affable people. Stay at lavish resorts, some of the best in the world. Remote island resorts are absolutely amazing for a honeymoon in Thailand. Discovering the marine world secrets with snorkeling and scuba diving can be some true heavenly experience. And, it goes without saying the pleasures of Thai cuisine and Thai rejuvenation and wellness are appetizing.

Further, you can choose to escape for a day to nearby islands and find out what makes them interesting. Bangkok with Pattaya trip from India enhances the thrill as it combines the bliss of the city with the beach getaway. The options do not end here, rather they take up a new dimension. Choose from our handpicked holidays to Thailand from India and get ready to be spoilt with comfort, and best of everything.

Best Places to Visit in Thailand:

Bangkok: The capital city is a thrilling Cosmo polis with the skyscraper, exciting nightclubs magnificent palaces, ancient temples, bustling markets, and streets. The city also has a natural side that could be experienced in its green spaces, remaining canals, and flowering tropical plants. Khao San Road is a popular tourist place in Thailand for shopping, dining, and nightlife. Also, the sacred Wat Phra Kaew temple where you can see the Emerald Buddha statue is a must-visit in the city.

  • Nearest Airport - Don Mueang International Airport is 26 km and Suvarnabhumi Airport is 39 km from Bangkok Ideal Duration - 3 to 4 days
  • Ideal Duration - 3 to 4 days

Chiang Mai- Surrounded by the mountains, this thriving city is the backpacker's paradise. Lush landscapes, hill tribes, and outdoor adventures are the main attractions of Chiang Mai where you can witness the blend of historical and modern Thai architecture. Among dozens of Buddhist temples in the city, the most famous is the Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep resting on a mountainside overlooking the city.

  • Nearest Airport - Chiang Mai International Airport
  • Ideal Duration - 3 to 4 days

Krabi: It is a popular beach destination with awe-inspiring sights and fantastic sunsets. It is one of the oldest country sides in Thailand, Krabi is the home of both traditional and modern culture, the touristy and the local aromas. 

  • The Nearest airport: Krabi International Airport (KBV) is situated about 16 km from Krabi city center.
  • Ideal duration: 2 days 

Phuket: This is one of the best places to see in Thailand. So, amongst every other beautiful city that Thailand has, Phuket is the most popular one. Dotted with wonderful beaches, abundant offshore islands, cheerful markets, and electrifying water sports activities fascinate the tourists from across the world. It is also known for the fanciful nightlife that it offers to its visitors.

  • The Nearest airport: The closest airport is Phuket International Airport, this airport is 32 Km from the center of Phuket.
  • Ideal duration: 4 days 

Pattaya: It is the coastal city in the Gulf of Thailand. The beaches and islands in Pattaya offer a wide variety of watersports activities. People can also spend quality time in cafes and restaurants situated alongside the beaches which makes this place ideal for families, friends, and couples. It is one of the best places to go in Thailand.

  • The Nearest airport: The nearby airport to Pattaya is the U-Tapao Airport situated 31 km away from Pattaya.
  • Ideal duration: 3 days 

Koh Samui: Koh Samui is a gem of islands and lies in the Gulf of Thailand. The island has transformed into one of the most visited tourist destinations in Thailand. Chewang and Lamai are famous for their nightlife experiences and get clogged in the peak seasons. It provides you a unique experience whatever the purpose of your travel is!

  • The Nearest airport: The nearest airport is Samui International Airport which is 2 Km north to the main city.
  • Ideal duration: 4 days

Kanchanaburi- The place is home to a number of national parks such as Erawan and Srinakarind National Parks offering beautiful scenery, waterfalls, and caves. Also, the historical bridge over the River Kwai built under Japanese control during WWII is a famous tourist site.

  • Nearest Airport- Don Mueang International Airport is located at 142 km from Kanchanaburi
  • Ideal Duration - 3 to 4 days

Major Attractions to visit in Thailand:

The “Land of Smiles” is one of the charms of Southeast Asia. Thailand is well-developed and offers all kinds of modern comforts. Thailand’s attractions are diverse and each delivers a gratifying and unforgettable experience in its way. For some inspiration on planning your tour, here is the list of top tourist attractions in Thailand.

Railay Beach: Thailand’s most famous beach destination and considered one of the best beaches in the country, Railay is one of the spots for active diving, kayaking, and rock climbing. It delivers on promises of white sand, greenish-blue water and the feeling of paradise. There is also the tourist-friendly Diamond Cave which offers the striking views of the region. 

  • The Nearest airport: The closest airport is Krabi International Airport at a distance of 13 km.
  • Ideal duration: 2-3 days

Koh Phi Phi: Phi Phi Islands consist of a group of six islands that lies between the huge island of Phuket and the Malacca Coast of Thailand. These islands have pristine beaches with glistering silvery sand and crystal azure pure water. It is one of the must-visit places in Thailand.

  • The Nearest airport: The nearest airport is Krabi International Airport at a distance of 45 Km and Phuket Airport at the distance of 66 Km. The ferry is the most popular way of reaching the islands. Ferryboats take about two hours from Phuket and 90 minutes from Krabi.
  • Ideal duration: Two days

The Grand Palace: There are plenty of things to see and do in the capital but the Grand Palace should absolutely be at the top of your list. This is one of the best sightseeing attractions in the city with historical significance. The surroundings are a labyrinth of temples, majestic halls, and ancient relics.

  • The nearest airport: The nearest airport Suvarnabhumi Airport (33 Km) and Don Mueang International Airport (26.6 Km).
  • Ideal duration: Spend 2- 3 hours or more 

Floating Markets near Bangkok: Thailand’s floating markets offer a unique way to do some shopping and eating here, also offers a closer look into a traditional way of life. You will need to get early to visit a floating market as vendors are out in their long woody ferries with fresh vegetables, fruits, species, and tasty dishes. There are several floating markets near Bangkok with Amphawa and Damneon Saduak. You can explore the markets on your own or you can join a guided tour.

  • Best time to visit: November to December
  • The Nearest airport: The nearest airport is Suvarnabhumi Airport
  • Ideal duration: More than 2 – 3 hours

Khao Yai National Park: It is the oldest and the most visited park established in 1962. It is considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other than this, the park is mainly famous for its colorful flora and fauna, pristine waterfalls and beautiful forest.

  • The Nearest airport: The nearest airport Suvarnabhumi Airport to Khao Yai National Park at a distance of 114 Km.
  • Ideal duration: 2- 3 days 

Famous Temples in Thailand

  • Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai: Also called the “White Temple”, it features colorful and bright murals portraying demon faces from Freddy Krueger to Harry Potter.
  • Wat Arun, Bangkok: Wat Arun or “Temple of Dawn”, the stunning temple is furnished with Chinese porcelain shaped into ornate flower petals and glass mosaics in silver and reddish colors.
  • Wat Pho, Bangkok: Known as the “Temple of the Reclining Buddha”, Wat Pho is one of the most extensive temples in Bangkok. Buddha statue covers 80,000 square meters and is half-open to the public.
  • Wat Rong Seua Ten, Chiang Rai: Blue in color, the temple is called the “Blue temple”. It is one of the most stunning and the most visited temples in Chiang Rai.
  • Tiger Cave Temple, Krabi: Officially called Wat Tham Suea, this temple in Thailand has small statues and is one of the most peaceful places to visit in Thailand.

Heritage Sites in Thailand

  • Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex: This forest complex is one of the most important heritage sites in Thailand for wildlife. It is home to hundreds of mammals, birds, flora, reptiles, and amphibian species.
  • The historic town of Ayutthaya: Praised for being one of the most stunning sites in Thailand, Ayuthaya is a must-visit place in Thailand. It reminds us of the great history of Thailand.
  • Ban Chiang archaeological site: Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992, this site connects you with the fascinating prehistoric life. Visit the museum at the site to see the artifacts.
  • Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries: Unspoiled heritage site, this wildlife sanctuary was inaugurated into UNESCO’s list in 1991. It provides shelter to different mammals, reptiles, birds, and fishes.
  • Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns: Known for art, architecture, and urban infrastructure, Sukhothai is one of the most fascinating historical sites in Thailand. Visit the finest temples that will give you an insight into Thailand’s history.

Special Tips for Thailand Trip

  • Indian Tourists can apply for eVisa rather than getting it from an embassy. It speeds up the process.
  • Ensure you have the cash to pay for tuk-tuks, taxis, and food.
  • Learn to negotiate. Negotiation can be done in shopping markets as well as with taxi drivers and tuk-tuk.
  • Learn basic Thai phrases. “Kup kun kaa” and “kop kun khap” can be used by women and men to say thankyou respectively.
  • Remember to pack light clothes. Cover your knees and shoulders when visiting a religious place or monument. Keep shorts, skirts, and beachwear for the beach. Also, sandals will come in handy while visiting temples as you constantly need to remove them.
  • Look for pickpockets and scammers. If someone is trying hard to sell you something and the deal sounds too good, simply walk away.
  • Refrain from talking about the royal family. You might see pictures of them in many places, but negative talk about the royal family is prohibited. Think before you speak or you can land in a Thai prison.

Romantic Things to do in Thailand for Couple

  • Cruise on a private speedboat in Bangkok: Book a private speedboat and a driver for a day and spend romantic time with your beloved. Bangkok offers this opportunity to the honeymooners for an unforgettable journey.
  • Have a moment at a rooftop bar: Sip on cocktails and spend alone time with a 360-degree view over the city lights at the Moon Bar, one of the highest alfresco bars in the world.
  • Spend time in solitude: For the best time in Thailand, visit Sarojin in Phang Nga. Private beach, champagne, double daybeds, the spa is all you need to have a great time with your lover.
  • Laze at Phang Nga Bay: ‘The Man with the Golden Sun” famed island, Phang Nga is ideal to unwind and have a fun time with each other. Boat trips with delicious food will make your Thailand trip special.
  • Go on gastronomical adventures: Foodies must opt for cooking classes customized for couples. Learn Thai dishes to feast on and take Thai recipes back home with you.
  • Rejuvenate with a couples massage: For the couple who love to prefer relaxation, ‘Sensual Massage for 2’ at Phuket’s Sri Panwa is ideal. Get a massage, sit by the pool, and toast to your union.
  • Watch a movie under the stars: Enjoy movie nights at SALA Phuket every Tuesday and Saturday. Grab a drink and your partner, snuggle up and watch the movie on a poolside screen.
  • Go on water adventures: Dive together in Thailand’s ocean waters and observe marine life including whale sharks, sea horses, fishes, coral reefs, and manta rays.

Adventure Sports in Thailand

A trip to Thailand is incomplete without trying the wonderful adventurous activities the country offers. Jump to adventurous experiences in Thailand and enjoy the time of a lifetime. Bangkok has a plenty of thrilling sports and Phuket is a paradise for water sports lovers. From parasailing to rock climbing, there is something for every level of expertise. So, here is the list of the best adventurous sports in Thailand.

  • Scuba Diving: It is the mode of underwater diving where the diver uses a self-contained underwater breathing device. The country is a heaven for divers. Dive into the crystal clear water and be a part of the colorful underwater life. You can enjoy your dive with whale sharks, leopard sharks, and Manta rays.
  • White water Rafting: Discover Thailand in a new way by indulging in the top water sports. Board on the river rafts and ride into the grandiose waterfalls and towering through the forests. Rafting is one of the best adventurous things to do in Thailand. 
  • Rock Climbing: Thailand is a jewel for die-hard and beginner rock climbing fanatics. Just the complete thought of swinging and climbing from rock to the other is enough to get you excited. 
  • Wakeboarding: It is one of the fastest-growing fun things to do in Bangkok. Clutch onto the cable behind the speed boat, stand on the board and zoom behind on the wake of the ferry. It is one of the popular and thrilling water activities that is enjoyed by both travelers and locals.
  • Skydiving: Thai sky adventures are well-known for offering the best skydiving experience. You have jump points in Bangkok and Pattaya for those who are keen to try it out. It is one of the best adventure sports in Pattaya.
  • Mountain Biking: Biking is solely one of the best ways to see and explore the place. We love intertwining through the busy streets until we make a way to a hidden tranquil and peaceful spot in some jungle. For biking enthusiasts, you can head on to the Chiang Mai which is the ultimate biking paradise. 
  • Bungee Jumping: It is the time to defeat your fears and jump in many of Thailand’s available Bungee Jumps planned to get you excited. Visit the highest Bungee Jumping facility in Pattaya and exceptional team of jump masters that are there to guide you.

Famous markets in Thailand

Night markets in Bangkok are amongst the easiest and entertaining ways of getting up close and personal with native life in Thailand. Like shopping malls prices at Thai, Markets aren’t fixed so. Here is the list of the most popular shopping markets in Thailand that you should not miss.

  • Damnoen Saduak Floating market: It has been Thailand’s best known floating market for a very long time. It is full of boats selling fruits and food. Exactly how people imagine a floating market would look like and get the chance to capture the perfect photo to show off. You get a feeling like a theme park than a real local market.
  • Chatuchak Market: Chatuchak weekend market is the ultimate market and the mother of all markets. This market attracts more than 200,000 visitors on the typical weekend. It is popular among both locals and tourists. This market is divided into 27 sections, where each section has a specific type of item like clothes, arts, jewelry, handicrafts items, Chinese wares, silk and garden plants and so on.
  • Talat Rot Fai 1 / Srinakarin Train Market:  It is the first and original Talat Rot Fai Market in Bangkok. It is the largest and most famous of the two train night markets. This massive market is divided into three large sections like market zone, warehouse zone, and Rod’s antiques. You can also find a big food court here which is very popular and congested during weekends.
  • Sampeng Market: The most vibrant and busiest market in all over Bangkok. It is a narrow shopping alleyway called Sampeng lane packed with small stalls and shops selling everything you can imagine. Here you can buy everything from clothes, jewelry, kitchenware, electronics, silk, toys, dried food, herbs and Chinese porcelain and many more. This market is popular among locals as well as tourists.
  • Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market: It is the primary flower market of Bangkok. The vibrant and colorful market is a beautiful market that smells amazing of thousands of flowers. Through the market is open for 24 hours, it is busiest before dawn when boats and trucks arrive with flowers. It is such a wonderful market to visit full of colors and lovely flowers.
  • Neon Night Market: It is a fairly new market opened in December 2016 in an appropriate and central location of Bangkok in the downtown Pratunam area. Hence, it is also called the Downtown Night Market of Bangkok. At this market, you will find the latest fashion in clothes, footwear, and accessories. Seafood is a big thing at this market and Taikong Seafood being the most popular restaurant.

Famous floating markets in Thailand

  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market: Damnoen Saduak is one of the popular floating markets in Thailand. It is full of boats that sell delicious food and fruits and is very colorful.
  • Amphawa Floating Market: Popular yet crowded, Amphawa floating market is cute as well as authentic. It has wooden houses lined up along the canal and has souvenirs, snacks, and sweets selling vendors.
  • Taling Chan Floating Market: An iconic Bangkok attraction, this floating market in Thailand is open all day and has everything anyone could imagine.
  • Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market: It is a medium-sized floating market with mostly local people around. It is located near Bangkok and sells fun sweets and fruits.
  • Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market: One of the smallest yet closest floating markets to Bangkok. Despite being small, Thet food choice here is incredible, and the location of “The Lung of Bangkok’, a sanctuary that makes it worth visiting.


FAQs of Thailand Tour

Q: What are the famous Indian Restaurants in Thailand?

Ans: Thailand is home to a number of Indian restaurants offering great hospitality and cuisine. Here are some famous Indian restaurants in Bangkok where you can feel the warmth of home.

  • Amritsr - Designed in traditional Indian style, the restaurant offers delicious North-Indian food and dessert. This Indian restaurant in Bangkok is famous for its delicious kulcha that you shouldn't miss during your stay here.
  • Indus Restaurant - This high-class Indian restaurant in Bangkok is famous for serving Mughlai cuisine in its finest form. The decorated dining area, large bar, and a tropical garden make for a royal ambiance offering all fun and comfort to its guests.
  • Gaggan- This is one of the most famous restaurants not only in Bangkok but in entire Asia. The delicious cuisine offered by this luxurious restaurant is developed by Chef Gaggan Anand.
  • Rang Mahal Restaurant- Melodious tune, delicious cuisine, and superb views make it the most visited Indian restaurant in Bangkok. Located on the rooftop of the hotel Rembrandt, Rang Mahal tops among five other high-end restaurants in the same complex.
Q: What are the top things to do in Thailand?

Ans: Thailand is an all in one destination offering endless activities for the tourists. Here are what you must do things during your Thailand visit.

  • Visit the Wat Arun Temple- This Buddhist temple on the bank of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok is named after the Hindu God Arun or the sun. Amongst 31,000 Buddhist temples in Thailand, this is the most famous temple.
  • Witness Thailand Water Festival- This festival is observed during the Thai New Year Songkran from 13th to the 15th of April every year. During the festival, water is traditionally sprinkled so be prepared to be wet as you cannot escape the water fights on the streets.
  • Try Thai Cuisine- Thailand is home to mouth-watering dishes that are famous worldwide. Street food is popular in Thailand and in every corner of the streets you will find a stall offering grilled meats, spicy salads or a steamed dish.
  • Take a tour to Koh Phi Phi- Located in between Phuket and the Straits of Malacca coast, this island offers the most beautiful beaches in the world. Here you can relax on the sandy beaches, indulge in watersports or just treat your eyes to the stunning scenery.
  • Get a Thai massage- Thai massage these days is popular all over the world. This unique style of massage works on the pressure points of your body making you refreshed and more balanced.
Q: Is Thailand a family destination?

Ans: Thailand is a great family holiday destination. Dotted with stunning beaches, beautiful nature, and kid-friendly activities, Thailand has an enormous number of choices for a family trip.

Q: Is there a language issue in Thailand?

Ans: There is no language issue in Thailand. The locals understand English and they can speak it as well.

Q: What are the best beaches in Thailand?

Ans: The 2,000 miles long coastline makes for the main tourist attraction in Thailand, its beaches. Here are the famous beaches of Thailand that stretch under the blue sky.

  • Phra Nang Beach- Located at the southern tip of Railay on the Andaman Coast, this stunning beach is blessed with clear, emerald waters and beautiful white sands. The main attraction of the beach is to climb the huge limestone cliffs.
  • Maya Bay- This gorgeous beach on Ko Phi Phi Island is now a traveler's dream destination. The three sides of the beach are surrounded by tall cliffs and the place is ideal for diving and snorkeling.
  • Patong Beach- Spotted with nightclubs, restaurants, bars and tourist shops, this vibrant spot is known as the party capital of Phuket. Here you can also indulge in parasailing and Jet Ski.
  • White Sand Beach- This charming beach is famous for a family vacation on the long stretch of the white sand. This is a bustling but peaceful resort area in Phuket.
Q: What is the Thailand Visa requirements for Indians?

Ans: There are two kinds of visas which Indian can apply. The first one is a simple one in which one can obtain the visa on arrival at the Thailand International Airport. The Thailand visa permits one-time entry and remains valid for 15 days to stay in the country and you need a passport with a minimum validity of 30 days from the day of arrival. If one needs to stay for more than 30 days in Thailand then they have to apply for the visa before the visit. You can pre-emptively apply for the visa to the Royal Thai Embassy.

Q: How to Reach Thailand from India?

Ans: To reach Thailand by air is the most convenient option for anyone traveling from most of the Indian cities such as New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad to offer direct flights to the country's capital- Bangkok.

One can either book Delhi to Thailand flight up to Bangkok or Phuket from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.

Q: Can I opt Visa on arrival from any city in Thailand?

Ans: Indian passport holders can avail Visa on Arrival service from and of the 32 designated channels of Immigration checkpoints including Phuket International Airport.

Q: What are the kid's activities in Thailand?

Ans: Thailand has loads of family activities that kids will enjoy during their vacation. The best kid’s activities in Thailand are:

  • Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World – Aquatic Wonderland
  • Art in Paradise – 3D Museum
  • Dream World – A Theme Park
  • Siam Amazing Park – A Water Park
  • Safari World – Open Zoo
Q: What is the best time to visit Thailand?

Ans: Thailand is a year-round destination but to enjoy to the fullest one should learn about the varied climate of the country. The best time to visit Thailand is considered to be from November to April when the climate is dry and cool. The ideal time for a visit depends on which part of the country you will travel to and what activities you are interested in. For sunbathing, snorkeling and diving, travelers head to the west coast where winter is the most comfortable season. Thailand receives the highest number of travelers from November to February. During this time pleasant weather accompanies you on sightseeing. Also, you can witness the grand Christmas and New Year celebration in the land of smiles. If you visit the northern and gulf coast, summer (March to May)is the best time to go when the Thailand water festival and Songkran are observed.

Q: How much does it cost to go to Thailand from India?

Ans: The average cost for a Thailand trip from India is almost INR 4500 to INR 5300 per person per day. It also depends on several things including accommodations, transfers, meals, and sightseeing. The cost can vary based on your travel style.

Q: What are do's & don't in Thailand?

Ans: Every country has its customs and traditions. While traveling to another country, it is important to learn about them so that you will not disrespect them unintentionally. Some of the dos and don’ts in Thailand are:

Thailand do’s

  • Respect all Buddha images.
  • Dress properly while visiting temples.
  • Remove shoes when visiting the temple, someone’s house, and even some shops.
  • Treat monks with the highest respect.
  • Learn some of the basic phrases in Thai.

Thailand don’ts

  • Do not show disrespect towards the Thai Royal Family.
  • Do not cross your legs in the presence of monks.
  • Do not touch Thai women without consent.
  • Do not sunbathe nude as this is offensive to most Thai people.
  • Do not take Buddha's image out of the country. It is against the law to take or send the Buddha image out of the country.
Q: What are the options available for nightlife in Thailand?

Ans: Thailand is among the best places in the world to experience the nightlife due to its vibrant clubs, markets, beaches, and bars. Tourists can also enjoy safaris and cruises here to make their vacation memorable. Here are some of the most thriving nightlife activities in Thailand are:

  • Beach parties – Paradise Beach(Patong), Haad Rin Beach(Ban Tai), Chaweng Beach(Koh Samui), Tonsai Beach(Krabi)
  • Night Clubs – Insanity Night Club(Bangkok), 808 Night Club(Pattaya), EQ Late Night Club(Bangkok)
  • Pool Parties – Hard Rock Hotel(Pattaya), Aqua Bar(Pattaya), SO Sofitel(Bangkok), DoubleTree by Hilton(Phuket)
  • Night Markets – Rod Fai Market(Bangkok), JJ Green Night Market(Bangkok), Cicada Market(Hua Hin), Phuket Weekend Night Market
  • Dinner Cruises - Apsara Dinner Cruise by Banyan Tree and Chao Phraya Princess Cruise in Bangkok.
  • Night Safaris - Chiang Mai Night Safari, Khao Yai Night Safari(Hin Tung)
  • Sky Bars - Sky Bar Lebua(Bangkok), Vanilla Sky(Bangkok), ThreeSixty(Bangkok), Vertigo and Octave (Bangkok), and Horizon Bar (Pattaya)
Q: Where I can do elephant trekking in Thailand?

Ans: One of the best things to do in Thailand is trekking on the back of an elephant. It is popular among families and couples as they love to spend some quality time in nature while enjoying the elephant ride. Some of the places where you can enjoy elephant trekking in Thailand are:

  • Kok Chang Elephant Camp, Rawai
  • Sea View Elephant Camp, Phuket
  • Camp Chang Kalim, Patong
  • Phuket Trekking Club
  • Safari Elephant Club, Phuket
  • Siam Safari, Phuket
Q: What are the popular places for adventure activities in Thailand?

Ans: There are several adventure activities in Thailand that are famous among adrenaline junkies. They can indulge in a plethora of thrilling activities to satiate their adventurous soul. Some of the popular places to indulge in adventure activities are:

  • Scuba Diving with Sharks – Surin Islands, Similan Island
  • Rock Climbing - Ao Nang, Railey, Ton Sai, Phra Nang
  • White River Rafting - Chiang Mai, Kanchanaburi, Krabi, Phang Nga
  • Kiteboarding - Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Phuket, Hua Hin, Pattaya
  • Wakeboarding - Koh Phangan, Rayong Province, Bangkok
  • Surfing – Phuket, Bangkok, Pa Tong, Khao Lak
  • Bungee Jumping - Koh Samui, Chiang Mai, Pattaya
  • Mountain Biking – Chiang Mia
Q: For how many days I can stay in Thailand on a tourist visa?

Ans: Indian passport holders who are traveling to Thailand for not more than 15 days for tourism purposes can obtain a visa on arrival from designated Immigration checkpoints. The online visa arrival can be obtained up to 24-hours prior to the date of entry in Thailand. If someone wishes to stay more than 15 days in Thailand, then they have to apply for a visa to the Royal Thai Embassy, which is in three cities in India – New Delhi, Chennai, and Kolkata.

Q: Where I can exchange money in Thailand?

Ans: There are a plethora of places in Thailand where money can be exchanged without a hassle. These are categorized into three groups including exchange booths operated by banks, currency exchange chains, and independent money changers. The safest options for money exchange in Thailand are exchange booths operated by banks or reputed exchange centres as they are reliable and offer the best exchange rate. Some of the best places in Thailand for money exchange:

  • Bangkok Bank
  • Siam Commercial Bank
  • Super Rich Thailand
  • Super Rich 1965
  • Vasu Exchange
  • Sia Money Exchange
  • X-One Money Exchange Centre
Q: What is the best way to get around in Thailand?

Ans: Thailand has a decent rail network, which covers almost 4,500 km. It is one of the best and cheapest ways to travel in Thailand. Buses are the second-best way to get around in Thailand and you can travel anywhere in the country by bus. To explore the islands, ferries are the best way to travel. They are simpler to book and hotels can also help you to book the ferries.

Q: What is the distance between Bangkok & Pattaya?

Ans: The distance between Bangkok and Pattaya is 149 km.