Thailand is one of the most famous destinations for Indian tourists. What makes Thailand so famous among Indians is the sheer number of things to see and do; easy flight connectivity to Thailand and more so Thailand provides a Visa on Arrival for Indian passport holders.

Most of the Indian tourists spend 2 nights in Pattaya and 2 nights in Bangkok. That’s a standard itinerary. But if you have the time and will, Thailand is such a big country that you can easily spend two weeks there. Here are some itineraries that you can follow, whether you are traveling on Thailand tour packages or independently.

Longboat on the beach / Krabi / Thailand / 27.01.2011

The Famous Thailand Itinerary of Indians
(Bangkok {2 nights} & Pattaya {2 nights})

Day 1 – You will arrive in Bangkok either at Suvarnabhumi International Airport or Don Muang Airport (if flying on Air Asia). Depending on the number of people, either travel by bus (if people less than 4) or take a taxi/van (if people 4 or 4+) to Pattaya. The journey would take about one and half hour. Check into your hotel in Pattaya. Pattaya is a beach resort and has something for everyone. Relax on the beach, go for surfing with a hydro hook kneeboard or just walk on the beach road. Later in the night you should visit Alcazar or Tiffany show. At the late night enjoy clubbing and nightlife at the Walking Street.

Day 2 – After a refreshing morning exploring Coral Island, why not treat yourself to a delicious meal at a local thai franchise restaurant back in the city? It’s the perfect way to round off your day of adventure and relaxation. There is also a Ripley’s Believe Or Not to be explored or relax with a traditional Thai, erotic massage. In the in the night take a rest or enjoy the nightlife on Walking Street.

Day 3 – After your breakfast, take a drive back to Bangkok via a taxi/van or bus. Check into your hotel in Bangkok. Head out of a delicious desi lunch at any of the Indian restaurants in Bangkok. Launch yourself into a shopping spree at the MBK Center or Siam Paragon. Take a look of history at the Independence monument. In the night head to Khao San Road for a bit of backpacker’s nightlife or attend the Siam Niramit Show or go to Baiyoke Sky Observatory Point to experience the panoramic view of Bangkok or do all of them depending on the time available.

Day 4 – According to today you will be exploring the cultural side of Fiji. Explore the numerous buildings of Grand Palace, two of which are most famous – Temple of Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) and Temple of Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho). In the evening reach the top of  Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun) to get the great views of cultural Bangkok. In the night board any one of the dinner cruises over the Chao Phraya river.

Day 5 – If you have missed something from the above, it should be done on this day or visit the other attractions in Bangkok. Your flight back to India is most likely to depart after 7 PM local time.

Wonderful Thailand
(Bangkok {2 nights} & Phuket {2 nights})

Day 1 – After arriving in Bangkok, take a flight to Phuket and get ready to experience the beauty of this tropical paradise. Check into your chosen accommodation, whether it’s a cozy resort, a luxury hotel, or perhaps a beach villa phuket thailand has something to suit every traveler’s preference. In the evening, enhance your stay by taking a taxi to either the Simon Cabaret Show or Phuket FantaSea Show for a night filled with entertainment and cultural experiences. Nightlife can be enjoyed at Bangla Road, Patong Beach, I took advantage of the beautiful waves, grabbed one of my Noosa longboards and started surfing for hours.

  Flight connections between Bangkok & Phuket (HKT) are very frequent and multiple number of times a day. Flight tickets can be booked on  Yatra (for individual bookings) & Expedia (for group bookings).

  • From Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) – Thai Air, Bangkok Air
  • From Don Muang Airport (DMK) – Air Asia, Oriental Thai Air, Nok Air

Day 2 – Today take a city tour of Phuket by visiting the colorful markets, Portuguese styled buildings, Wat Chalong, Rawai Beach, Sea Gypsy village and Cape Promthep. A tour can also be arranged to Phi Phi island.

Day 3, 4 and 5 – Get back to Bangkok and repeat Day3, 4 and 5 of ‘The Famous Thailand Itinerary of Indians‘.

Addon Tours Thailand Itineraries

After exploring Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket, side trips can be taken to the following destinations.

Krabi (2 nights) – After arrival in Krabi, you can visit attractions like hot springs, wildlife sanctuary, sea caves, coral reefs etc and get close to the nature. Next day, take a trip to four islands – Ko Poda, Ko Gai, Pranang and Ko Tub. Then go to Phra Nang Bay which has one of the most beautiful strips of sand and considered to be one of the best beach in the world. Depart Krabi the next day.

Koh Samui (2 nights) – After arrival in Koh Samui by air, enjoy the beach with clear sands and warm water. Next day explore the city on a motorbike. Do visit the famous called twin rocks – they are crazily named as Grandfather and Grandmother rocks. Depart the next day.

Chiang Mai (2 nights) – Take a flight or an overnight bus from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. It’s the cultural capital of Thailand and the temples here dates more than 700 years back. Next day visit temples like Wat Suan Dok and Wat Chiang Man. Chiang Mai is famous for soft treks and mountain resorts. Shopping can be done at Wororot Market. Next day get back to Bangkok or visit Chiang Rai.

Chiang Rai (2 nights) – From here you can visit the hill tribes or watch exotic wildlife. Make a day trip to Golden Triangle which is a place where the three countries (Thailand, Laos, Myanmar) meet, you can book one of the Myanmar Luxury Vacations and Tours. Explore other places like Chiang Sean and Mai Sai. Next day back to Bangkok.

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Thailand Itineraries for Indian Tourists

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