Funtastic Thailand Family Special (4 Nights / 5 Days)

Funtastic Thailand Family Special (4 Nights / 5 Days)

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Overview

Description
Thailand is a great destination for family vacations! From the beaches in the south, to the mountains of the north and the plains of the northeast, we have found many travel destinations which are not only suitable for kids but are also exciting familys for dad and mom, too.Whether you want a relaxing trip to Thailand's beaches or an family tour in Thailand's mountains, our goal is to provide you with Thailand travel advice so that your vacation meets your own expectations. 
 
Inclusions
02 Night Accommodation in Pattaya with daily breakfast
02 Night Accommodation in Bangkok with daily breakfast
Half day coral island tour with lunch by speedboat
Half Day City Tour( Include Marble Buddha Temple (Wat Benchamabophit, Wat Hua Lamphong Temple)
Alcazar show
04 Dinner coupons at local Indian Restaurant
Return Airport transfer
 
Itinerary
Day 1 : Bangkok - Pattaya
Meals:Breakfast
Description:
After your arrival in Bangkok to a warm reception, we will take you on a 2.5 hour drive to the picturesque Pattaya, a breathtakingly beautiful beach destination. Check in to Hotel, and day free for leisure or for optional tour. Overnight Stay at hotel.
Day 2 : Pattaya -- Coral Island Tour
Meals:Breakfast
Description:
After breakfast, you will be taken to coral island to enjoy the most beautiful beaches of pattaya. Spend the day luxuriating under the warm tropical sun. Relax, swim, snorkel or just lie around sunning on the island's immaculate golden beaches. After that you will have your lunch in local indian restaurant. Day free for enjoying the nightlife of pattaya. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3 : Pattaya -- Bangkok
Meals:Breakfast
Description:
After breakfast, Checkout from hotel and move towards the bangkok where you will be taken for city tour of bangkok which will cover temples of bangkok and market. Check In to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel
Day 4 : Bangkok
Meals:Breakfast
Description:
After breakfast at hotel, Day free for leisure. You can also enjoy the optional tour of Safari world with marine park. Safari World and Marine Park is Thailand's popular open zoo and leisure park. Divided into four distinct sections (Safari Park, Bird Park, Games Corner and Macaw Island), the Safari World Park is the place to be, for some intimate encounters with dolphins, orangutans, seals and a myriad of other exotic animals and birds amidst a picturesque African setting. After enjoying lunch at the SafariWorldPark, return to the hotel. Overnight stay hotel
Day 5 : Bangkok Airport
Meals:Breakfast
Description:
After breakfast check out from hotel,and enjoy the shopping in bangkok and you will be drop at airport for your onwards journey
Thailand
A holiday in Thailand is all about trying new experiences. Blessed with plentiful sunshine and rich soil, Thailand offers you the chance to enjoy the flavours, textures and scents of a vast array of succulent and healthful tropical fruits. There are probably many Thai fruits you have never have seen before, or are a rare and expensive treat back home. After savouring the delicately-balanced flavours of local cuisine, many diners in Thailand – whether at a superb, five-star establishment or perched on a plastic stool at a busy sidewalk restaurant – top off a meal with a serving of fresh fruit. In most places, when you’re done eating, the smiling restaurant staff automatically bring you a plate of small, often stylishly shaped, slices of fresh watermelon (in Thai: tangmo), pineapple (sapparot) and papaya (malagor). Rinsing the mouth and cooling the palate, this after-dinner fruit is a perfect complement to a delectable and perhaps spicy Thai meal. However, there is a remarkable variety of tropical fruits you can enjoy while in the Kingdom. Here are some suggestions for Thai fruits for you to sample. They will certainly add a special flavour to your holiday.
 
Bangkok is Thailand's capital and its largest transportation hub, which makes it very easy to get in and out of. Pattaya, one of the major resort areas on the coast, is about 100 miles southeast of the capital. Thailand's transportation infrastructure is well developed and offers a range of services, including trains, buses and rental cars. As of early 2011, no flights operate directly between Bangkok and Pattaya, and flying into the smaller city can involve numerous transfers.The major tourist season in Thailand is between November and February, when the weather is relatively mild and not too rainy. However, tourist areas such as Pattaya can be highly crowded during this time period, and reservations can be difficult to make. October is the wettest month of the year, although downpours occur frequently during the rainy season from April to November. Many travelers find that going during the beginning or end of the rainy season is optimal for avoiding crowds.
 
Pattaya -- Coral Island Tour
Pattaya is the name for those who want to spend their holidays with perfect peace and exciting experience, whether one travels alone or with the family, and it is a notable beach resort offering land and water sports equally, whilst Travel agents have designed quite an impressive Pattaya tour packages covering important en route locations such as Bangkok.What is special with Pattaya tour is the coral island part of it, Koh Lan, where the traveler is taken to a glass bottomed boat to watch the water species of rare specimen, besides enjoying a number of water sports, which include swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling or simply lying down in the white sweet sand to enjoy the pleasantness of the bright sun from above.While the nightlife at Pattaya is often talked about with its pubs and night clubs, there are many places of interest that a Pattaya tour would accomplish and there are as many as 50 spots, some of them being
•The biggest Buddha image
•Panoramic view of the hill
•Santury of truth
•Silvertake Winery
•Pattaya Floating Market
•Mini Siam
•The Million Year Stone Park and Crocodile Farm
•Pattaya Elephant Village

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