VISIT THE CITY OF ANGELS!4 NIGHTS 5 DAYS IN THAILAND , 2 NIGHST IN PATTAYA , 2 NIGHTS IN BANKOK, CORAL ISLAND TOUR ,SUPERIOR ACCOMODATION AT RAMADA DE MA AND ROYAL ORCHID HOTELS


Overview

The package includes :

- 2 nighst accommodation in a superior room in the Royal Orchid hotel or similar , a delicious breakfast in Pattaya.

- a tour of the beautiful Coral Island , with an included lunch ( on SIC basis ) 

-2 nights accommodation in a standard room in Rama De Ma hotel hotel or similar with breakfast in Bangkok

-a tour of the City of Angels , Bangkok (on SIC basis)

-Suvarnabumi airport tranfers on seat in coach basis 

 

Come and enjoy the experience of the  City of Angels and the beautiful beaches of the Pattaya resort , with a 4 nights 5 days package that includes breakfast in Pattaya and Bangkok and a Coral Island tour . 

This is what we are offering :

- 2 nighst accommodation in a superior room in the Royal Orchid hotel or similar , a delicious breakfast in Pattaya.

- a tour of the beautiful Coral Island , with an included lunch ( on SIC basis ) 

-2 nights accommodation in a standard room in Rama De Ma hotel hotel or similar with breakfast in Bangkok

-a tour of the City of Angels , Bangkok (on SIC basis)

-Suvarnabumi airport tranfers on seat in coach basis 

The package does not include :

-Airfare & Taxes 

-All such other items that are not specifically mentioned as being included in the cost.

-Lunch and dinner 

-Expenses of personal nature (i.e. laundry , liquor , telephone expenses , tips , porterage , unspecified meals and drinks that arre not part of the group menu , mineral and still water and other such items )

-High Season Surcharges if applicable in Thailand 

 

The Coral Island  :

Only two hours from Bangkok , the beautiful beaches of Koh Larn - an idyllic island located just west of Pattaya - make a perfect tour destination. Known as Coral Island and covering an area of about 4 square kilometers , you spend the day swimming , snorkeling and sunbathing, Enjoy the abundant coral and underwater world .

 

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and the most populous city , known also as the City of Angels . 

Most of Bangkok's sights are concentrated on the island of Rattankosin , often referred to as the "Old City". Out of Bangkok's hundreds of temples, the Grand Palace Wat Pho and Wat Arun  usually make up the top 3. The Grand Palace has an immense size, so expect to spend at least a full morning or afternoon there. Within the palace grounds is Wat Phra Kaew , the most sacred Buddhist temple of Thailand. Unlike other temples, it is not one building, nor are there living spaces for monks. Instead, it is a collection of highly decorated holy buildings and monuments. One of its buildings houses the Emerald Buddha, and while you might not expect it from its size, it is the most sacred Buddha image of Thailand.

Nearby is Wat Pho, home to the world's largest reclining Buddha image and a famed massage school. Take the ferry across the Chao Phraya River to Thonburi for the outstanding Wat Arun. The main structure is about 60 to 88 m high and it is surrounded by four smaller prangs. It is one of Thailand's most picturesque temples, and is engraved on the inner part of all ten baht coins. It is so recognisable that it even became the logo of the Tourist Authority of Thailand (TAT). If you climb it, and look closely, you will see that it is beautifully decorated with colourful broken Chinese porcelain pieces. Heading back to Rattanakosin, there are many other major temples you could visit, including the Golden Mount , Wat Suthat and Wat Ratchanaddaram.

Don't throw away the entry ticket of the Grand Palace, as it gives free entry to then Dusit Palace in Dusit. It is situated in a leafy, European-style area built by King Rama V to escape the heat of the Grand Palace. Its main structure is the Vimanmek Mansion, touted as the largest golden teakwood house in the world, but you could spend your whole day in the museums if you wish. There are many museums in Bangkok showing traditional Thai-style residences. Most visitors take a tour through Jim Thompson's House, the CIA-operative's mansion assembled by combining six traditional Thai-style houses, conveniently located near Siam Square . Ban Kamthieng in Sukhumvit, M.R. Kukrit's Heritage Home in Silom and the Suan Pakkad Palace in Phahonyothin are not quite as impressive, but still make for a nice experience. Rattanakosin's museums are mostly dedicated to history and culture, including the National Museum (about Thai history and archaeological remains), the Museum of siam  and the King Prajadhipok Museum . Bangkok has a small, but vocal art community, and you might want to visit the National Gallery or The Queen's Gallery or one of its numerous smaller galleries spread over the city. Siam Square features the recently opened Bangkok Art and Culture Center which has temporary art exhibitions throughout year.

 

 

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