Thailand Tourism Guide & Things to do in Thailand

By Archi Bindal

Thailand a getaway in nature, an amazing destination that offers anything and everything for every type of traveler. This Southeast Asian country has some amazing and breathtaking locations and tourist destinations to mesmerize it’s tourists & hence it becomes difficult to select the best one. Here is the guide for things to do in Thailand that shouldn’t be missed out on your visit.

It is an adrenaline-rushing for adventurers, fun for families, safe for solo travelers, and heartfelt for honeymoon couples and also a spiritual country for senior citizens. The best time to visit this South East Asian country is from November to mid-April. Bangkok being the capital city is no less than a modern hub mixed with the Thai culture. Whereas complete opposite to it is Chiang Mai where one can experience the countryside peace of Thailand and Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui offers the best of sun tanning and pristine beaches.

Places to visit in Bangkok

This city is also called as the City of Angels and also a city that never sleeps. Bangkok has everything that a tourist will ever want from its luxury shopping malls to street shopping, from flashy nightclubs to rooftop bars, temples to cultural walks, floating market to safari world. Amusement parks to dolphin worlds. The best experiences in Bangkok are as follows.

One day pass to Bangkok Attractions

Safari World:-Drive to the natural biodiversity, get surrounded by a variety of animals right from zebras to giraffes,tigers, lions & many more.  

Rs.2,750/-

Wat Pho:-  World’s largest 46 meters long reclining Buddha statue and largest collection of Buddha images.” The great art of Thailand” which has been preserved over several dynasties.  

Rs.2,250/-

Grand Palace:-  An authentic amalgamation of art, and the beauty of culture and history. It is a must-visit attraction of the city.

rs.2,850/-

Floating market:-– It is a must-have experience in Bangkok, one of the prime things to see there is food being cooked and served on the floating boats.

rs 2,000/-

Can’t Miss Out

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Things to do in Pattaya

Pattaya, a coastal city in Bangkok is known for its liveliness, watersports, and nightlife. With a tropical wet and dry climate, Pattaya sees millions of visitors every year with a wider audience of couples, family travelers, and backpackers.

Pattaya has three main areas that include Naklua, Pattaya Beach, and Jomtien with a unique atmosphere and beautiful tourist spots. Tourists get to experience spiritual and stunning temples, shopping, floating markets, delectable cuisine, museums, amusement parks, and beaches with plenty of watersports for adventurous people.

Some of the best places to visit while in Pattaya are Walking street, Sanctuary of Truth, Noong Nooch Tropical Garden, Pattaya Floating Market, Water parks, Coral Islands, Ripley’s believe it or not, and Cartoon Network Amazone to name the few.

One Day Pass to Pattaya Top Attractions

Coral Island:- It is additionally called Koh Larn – could be a very little patch of paradise simply a 45-minute boat ride from Pattaya pier. The biggest of Pattaya’s close to Islands, it’s ringed by lovely white-sand beaches and you can go snorkeling in this turquoise seas.

rs 2,400/-

Alcazar show:-  It is one of the most anticipated shows where professional performers are dancing in stunning costumes and millions of Thai Baht are used to apply colorful and complicated lights.

rs 2,000/-

Wat Arun:- Located on the riverside, the temple of Wat Arun is the perfect blend of stunning location and alluring ancient temples.

rs 2.500/-

Nong Nooch Garden:- It is spread in a huge area of 500 acres of land. It is a beautifully landscaped park and can easily keep you engaged in for an all-day trip. 

Rs.2,200/-

Pattaya Floating Market:- Covering a vicinity of a hundred thousand sq. meter, the Four Regions of the Floating Market is separated into four sections – each representing commercial things from the four major elements of Thailand (north, northeast, central, and south).

rs 1,800/-

Can’t Miss Out

Cartoon Network:- Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark close to Pattaya is unique and one of its kind in the Kingdom of Thailand, with thirty progressive water rides and slides and different attractions. 

rs 3,500/-

Sanctuary of Truth:-  The amazing  Sanctuary of Truth is a 105-meter-tall hall on the foreland to the north of Wongamat Beach could be a one-of-a-kind structure within the whole world. 

rs 2.500/-

Ripley’s Believe It or Not:- What you see at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Pattaya can challenge your thoughts and perceptions of the planet – the one that you just already understand and one that you just still have nonetheless to understand.

Rs.2,200/-

client testimonials

Aaron Albuquerque / Google Review

Very courteous staff. Gave me proper guidance. Prompt and reliable . Will definitely refere them to my family and friends looking to book a holiday abroad.

Anirudh Singh / Google Review

have been to many international holidays and have booked my holidays though various companies but Fly for Holidays is certainly one of the best! They helped me plan a trip to Thailand and it was so smooth and cost-effective as compared to other companies. Highly Recommended.
 

Manmohit Devadas / Google Review

Hi iam manmohit, I had a great experience with fly for holidays… Its a one stop destination for all ur requirements regarding travel… Darmesh who helped me with my visa and tickets did it very fast…. Super cool….

Aanal Soni / Google Review

Dharmesh and team had planned phuket tour package for my Brother Honeymoon, transfers were on time and hotels were decent. They took care from Thailand Visa and ground handling service in phuket and Krabi tour.. I would definitely recommend fly for holidays for planning your holidays.. Cheers!

THAILAND FAQ

Which is that the best time to travel to Thailand?

The best time to travel the Kingdom of Thailand is between November to April because the weather remains cool and dry and excellent for outside activities.

What is that the least expensive month to fly to Thailand?

Typically, from May to October, it’s quite cheap to travel to the Kingdom of Thailand, the most affordable month would be September.

Is visa on arrival out there for Indian nationals in Thailand?

Yes, visa on arrival is offered for Indian nationals but they are required to exit Thailand within fifteen days.

How many days can a traveler stay in Thailand with a tourist visa applied from India?

A tourist visa holder is allowed to stay up to sixty days. Following this, it may be extended up to thirty days not more than that.

How many days are needed for a vacation in Thailand?

To fancy the various sides of this stunning country, you wish to remain here for a minimum of five days. a far better bet would be to remain here for seven to eight days.

Is the Kingdom of Thailand safe for solo female travelers?

Thailand is sort of safe for solo female travelers, as long as they avoid lonely places and use their logic.

Can Indians drive any vehicle in Thailand?

Yes, you’ll be able to use your Indian driver’s license in the Kingdom of Thailand however it’s forever an honest plan to possess the International Driver’s Permits also.

Can I drive to the Kingdom of Thailand from India?

Yes, it’s potential to drive to the Kingdom of Thailand from the Republic of India on the India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral road.

Do I want any vaccinations before traveling to Thailand?

It is forever an honest plan to be ready before you come into being on your journey to the Kingdom of Thailand. Vaccination for tetanus, viral hepatitis, and for yellow fever is sometimes counseled.