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Located in the Indochinese peninsula of Southeast Asia, Thailand is bordered by the Gulf of Thailand. The Thailand tour packages take the travelers through a plethora of shopping malls, temples, wildlife sanctuaries, bars and pubs, and tropical beaches and help them explore the destination to a great extent.

These packages have been specially curated in a way so that you get to explore the best of Thailand.

This Southeast Asian country is home to some of the most amazing beaches and as well as party towns. Some of the must-visit cities that one should visit on one’s trip to Thailand include Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Krabi, Ko Samui, Khao Lak, Hua Hin, etc. Those of you who wish to explore the best of beaches and islands should plan your visit to Phuket, Krabi, Coral Islands, Phi Phi Islands, etc. However, those of you who wish to explore the best of part destinations should head forward to Bangkok and Pattaya. These two cities will offer you the best of clubs, pubs, cabaret shows, and party shacks to let you explore the best of Thailand’s nightlife.

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15 Best Tourist Places to Explore in a Thailand Tour Package

Among the destinations covered in the Thailand tour packages offered, Bangkok - the capital city - is the most popular one. Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Chapel of the Emerald Buddha, and Grand Palace are the major tourist attractions included in the Bangkok city tour. Chao Phraya dinner cruise and Safari World Zoo are other things that can be included in the customized Thailand holiday packages.

1. Phuket

  • What’s Special: Beaches, Adventures
  • Nearby Attractions: Phuket Fantasea, Karon Beach
  • Timings: 24/7 open
  • Major Attractions: Catch some Rays at the Patong Beach, take a stroll on the Kata Beach, swim at Karon Beach
  • Distance From City: 1115 Km
  • Transportation Options: Private vehicles, taxis

The largest island of Thailand is popular for its FantaSea cultural show, Siam Niramit Show, and Splash Jungle Waterpark. The nearby Phi Phi and James Bond islands are easily accessible by speedboat from Phuket. Adventure seekers can indulge in scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, and fish-feeding at Phi Phi island. Phuket Zoo ensures that kids and family members will have a memorable holiday while Patong Beach offers romantic activities for couples on any of TravelBlooperThailand trip packages.

2. Bangkok

  • What’s Special: Culture, Heritage, Shopping
  • Nearby Attractions: Wat Arun, Khaosan Road
  • Timings: 24/7 open
  • Major Attractions: Explore Grand Palace, explore Wat Suthat, explore National Museum and Wang Na Palace
  • Distance From City: 281.8 km
  • Transportation Options: Private vehicles, taxis

From legendary nightlife to historical palaces and bustling markets, the capital city offers experiences of all kinds. Tourists can enjoy a visit to the Grand Palace and shop for souvenirs and fresh produce at floating markets. Buddhist temples such as Wat Saket and Wat Arun are top places to explore on a sightseeing tour. An evening cruise on the Chao Phraya river with onboard entertainment and dinner will make people want to stay longer in Thailand. The Bangkok city tour can be extended to the nearby Ratchaburi and Kanchanaburi regions. The boat tour of Ratchaburi and Tiger Temple tour of Kanchanaburi are very popular. And then there are shopping malls and nightclubs of Bangkok that must be visited.

3. Koh Samui

  • What’s Special: Beaches, Adventures, Culture
  • Nearby Attractions: Wat Plai Laem, Wat PhraYai
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Take a boatride to Koh Phangan, explore Secret Buddha Garden
  • Distance From City: 1043.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Buses, taxis

The second largest island in Thailand is replete with stunning beaches, forested hills, luxury resorts, and markets. The island is truly a melting pot with several festivals and experiences. Buffalo Fighting Festival and Samui Regatta are must-see events on the island. The island is accessible by ferry and direct flights to Bangkok and Phuket, and is an integral part of all Thailand trip packages.

4. Krabi

  • What’s Special: Beaches, views
  • Nearby Attractions: Tiger Cave Temple, Koh Poda
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Tiger Cave Temple, Railay Beach, Krabi Town, Ao Nang Beach, Maya Bay
  • Distance From City: 1055.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Private vehicles, taxis

Offering a bevy of enticing experiences, Krabi is one of the most popular provinces of Southern Thailand that tourists must get included in their itinerary of Thailand travel packages. Famed for its breathtaking beaches and scenic views, this archipelago of islands also let tourists indulge in a few exhilarating water activities, and feel some much-needed adrenaline rush. Here, one must check out Koh Phi Phi Island, Maya Bay, Koh Lanta Island, Koh Jum, and Koh Rok on a tour of Thailand.

5. Pattaya

  • What’s Special: Night parties, Night Markets, Beaches
  • Nearby Attractions: Alcazar Show, Pattaya Floating Market
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Nong Nooch Botanical Garden, Jomtien Beach, Sanctuary of Truth
  • Distance From City: 401.9 km
  • Transportation Options: Buses, private vehicles

As one plans to hop on an excursion to this majestic Southeast Asian country, it is recommended to get Pattaya included in their Thailand packages from Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and other cities of India with airfare for a drool-worthy experience. Decked with a notorious walking street, floating market, go-go bars, and some exquisite islands off the coast, this magical location cannot be given a miss. Pattaya is another popular city included in many Thailand holiday packages.

6. Phi Phi Islands

  • What’s Special: Beaches, Landscape, Adventures
  • Nearby Attractions: Ton Sai Beach, Bamboo Island
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Phi Phi viewpoint, Koh Phi PhiLeh, Bambo Island, Viking Cave
  • Distance From City: 935 km
  • Transportation Options: Buses, private vehicles

Phi Phi Islands is one of the most blissful and adventurous places to visit in Thailand. It is a place which is not only famous for its natural beauty but also for a plethora of adventures. The island is also rich in a variety of marine life including corals. The high limestone rock formations here make the whole landscape look even prettier.

7. Chiang Mai

  • What’s Special: Tribal Villages, Temples, Culture
  • Nearby Attractions: Wat Chedi Luang, Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
  • Timings: 24/7 open
  • Major Attractions: Doi Pui Village, walk around Doi Inthanon, Wat Chedi Luang
  • Distance From City: 500.2 km
  • Transportation Options: Buses, cabs

Chiang Mai is a culturally and aesthetically rich place in Thailand which is famous for its culture, temples, food and leisure. You will be able to witness the Buddhist culture here in every place you visit. The cafes here are cozy and a perfect place to go with friends or partners to enjoy some quality time and relish on the delectable Thai cuisine.

8. Koh PhaNgan

  • What’s Special: Full Moon Party, Beaches
  • Nearby Attractions: Salad Beach, Phaeng Waterfall
  • Timings: 24/7 open
  • Major Attractions: Bottle Beach, Thong Nai Pan Noi, Salad Beach, Haad Yao Beach, Haad Rin
  • Distance From City: 1048.3 km
  • Transportation Options: Buses, taxis

The real heaven for beach and party lovers is Koh PhaNgan in Thailand. The beautiful beaches and the full moon party at Haad Rin Beach is what you need to enjoy when in Koh PhaNgan which will blow away your senses. There are densely thick forests as well in the area which gives an intense look to the whole vibe of the island.

9. Hua Hin

  • What’s Special: Temples, Culture, Shopping
  • Nearby Attractions: KlaiKangwon Palace
  • Timings: 24/7 open
  • Major Attractions: Hua Hin Night Market, eat and shop at Plearn Wan
  • Distance From City: 471.9 km
  • Transportation Options: Buses, private vehicles

Hua Hin is one of the best places to visit in Thailand which is popular for its culture, temples, small hamlets, and beaches. Here you will be able to enjoy the pure and authentic Thai culture. A lot of markets are also here where one can enjoy local shopping experience.

10. Similan Islands

  • What’s Special: Beaches, Diving Sites
  • Nearby Attractions: Similan Islands, National Park, Ko Miang
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Similan Islands National Park, Ko Tachai Island, Elephant Head Rock
  • Distance From City: 880 km
  • Transportation Options: Private vehicles

This 84 km long stretch of islands in the Andaman Sea are best known for its marine life. The exotic coral reefs and the marine species can be best explored by adventures like snorkeling and scuba diving.

11. Ko Samet

  • What’s Special: Beaches, Natural Beauty
  • Nearby Attractions: AoNuan, Prao Beach
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: AoPrao Beach, Ao Wai, Sai Kaew Beach
  • Distance From City: 371 km
  • Transportation Options: Cabs, buses

One of the eastern islands of Thailand, Ko Samet is a beautiful combination of natural beauty and heavenly charm. Definitely a place that needs to be on your list of offbeat places in Thailand.

12. Ko Lan

  • What’s Special: Beaches, Coral Reefs, Pristine Beauty
  • Nearby Attractions: Ko Sak
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Samae Beach, Tien Beach, Nual Beach, Ta Yai Beach
  • Distance From City: 329 km
  • Transportation Options: Private vehicles, cabs

Ko Lan is a very small island located off the coast of Pattaya in the Gulf of Thailand. Known for its beaches and coral reefs, the island is set against a backdrop of hills that are the heaven of this place. A normal vacation can become extraordinary when you visit Ko Lan.

13. Erawan National Park

  • What’s Special: Waterfalls, Tranquil Nature
  • Nearby Attractions: Taweechai Elephant Camp, Sai Yok Noi Waterfall
  • Timings: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • Major Attractions: Erawan National Park private tour, river Kwai private tour
  • Distance From City: 385.4 km
  • Transportation Options: Taxi, buses, private vehicles

One of the most popular national parks in Thailand is the Erawan National Park. Located in West Thailand within the hills of Tenasserim, it houses some of the most popular waterfalls in the world. It covers an area of approximately 550 km² and offers heavenly vibes on entering it.

14. Ko Lipe

  • What’s Special: Coral Reefs, Water Sports, Bamboo Bungalows
  • Nearby Attractions: Sunset Beach, Ko Usen, Bulow Beach
  • Timings: Open 24/7
  • Major Attractions: Sunrise Beach, Pattaya Beach, Sanom Beach
  • Distance From City: 1059 km
  • Transportation Options: Private vehicles, cab

Ko Lipe is another island located in the Andaman Sea very close to the border of Malaysia. The island is full of sandy beaches and various dive sites where you can engage in scuba diving, snorkeling and many other water sports.

15. Doi Inthanon National Park

  • What’s Special: Pristine Natural Beauty, Mountains, Temples
  • Nearby Attractions: Sirithan Waterfall
  • Timings: 5:30 am - 6:30 pm
  • Major Attractions: Mai Hong Son Loop Tour
  • Distance From City: 557.1 km
  • Transportation Options: Cab, private vehicles

Another popular national park in Thailand, it has lots of waterfalls, trails, some remote villages, vantage points, and many birdwatching avenues. The park is also popular as "The Roof of Thailand", with high-rise mountains that touch the clouds. It is a humble abode for adventure seekers, particularly trekkers.

5 Best Beaches in Thailand

Add the following scenic beaches to your Thailand holiday packages including flights and traverse the natural beauty of the place with your buddies.

1. Maenam Beach, Koh Samui

Listed under the category of the best Thailand beaches, the Maenam Beach should be a part of your Thailand holiday packages including flights. With more than four miles of silky white sand lapped in serene surf, and dotted with high-end resorts the beach is sure to offer you the most aesthetic backdrops and lavish facilities.

2. Sunset Beach, Koh Lipe

Situated in Thailand's southernmost isle, Sunset Beach is a bungalow-dotted beach. Named for the bewitching sunsets that brighten the horizon every nightfall, the dusk here is undoubtedly the prime time to hit the sand. This beach is a native's favorite hangout spot and is also popular amongst Malaysian travelers. This is a must-visit beach on your Thailand trip from India.

3. Thong Nai Pan Noi, Kon Phangan

Thong Nai Pan Noi is a tranquil and soul-soothing beach in Thailand. It's a long crescent Thai beach that is surrounded by many luxurious accommodations ranging from family-owned bungalows to exclusive upscale retreats. To experience a bohemian vibe one can also go to the small village of Noi, which houses tattoo shops, raging full moon parties, and sees backpackers in large numbers.

4. Phra Nang Cave Beach, Krabi

The Phra Nang Cave Beach is accessible only through a 20 minute long-tail boat ride from Ao Nang. When on the beach one will notice the velvety texture of the sand which is best from May to December. Add this beach to your Thailand trip from India packages and explore activities like kayaking, snorkeling, or rock climbing at this picturesque beach.

5. Sairee Beach, Koh Tao

Sairee Beach is perhaps the island's longest and most popular beach in Thailand. Ideal for families, couples, and kids the beach has many adventurous activities on its edge. When here one can notice the array of buzzing bars and restaurants around. If you wish to witness choreographed fire shows and a techno music blast then do not miss this beach.

How To Reach Thailand?

Thailand tour packages from India cover destinations such as Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, Krabi, and Koh Samui. Direct flights to Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui, and Krabi are available from the major Indian cities - Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. While flights from Delhi and Mumbai are more popular, those from Chennai and Kolkata are more economical. Take a look below to find out the best way to travel here, before availing Thailand tour packages.

By Air

The ideal way to easily reach Thailand can be said to be by air. With several airlines such as IndiGo, Spicejet, Air India and Thai Airlines, among several others, offering daily flights to different destinations in Thailand, it becomes easy to fly here. Choose from several international airports in Thailand to land on, and a great trip is sure to be had. Most major cities of India offer regular, cheap flights to Bangkok, and one can take advantage of such fare when planning in advance.

By Road

Although it is not recommended, due to the excessive time it takes, one can travel to Thailand from India via road transfer. It would take 3 days or so to complete the journey. The road takes one through Manipur in the Northeastern region of India, across Myanmar, with the road opening up in Mae Sot in Thailand. With the amount of traveling that might be expected here, along with the multiple visa requirements, it is the best and cheapest option to travel by air.

By Sea

There isn’t any way to travel to Thailand via the sea for commercial tourists. There are freight ships that travel from India to Thailand, but they are allowed to carry mostly goods. Also, the journey would be too long as well as expensive to consider.

Best Time To Visit Thailand

For the most part, the weather in Thailand remains humid and hot across the year, apart from the cool season. That doesn’t stop the tourists from arriving in hordes for enjoying a superb vacation here. The country experiences three distinctive seasons, namely the hot, the cool and the wet or rainy season. Take a look at the best season to visit it, before settling on one of the tour packages for Thailand.

Hot Season (March to June)

The hot season, lasting from March to June, brings with it the hottest months of the year for Thailand, April and May. One can expect to have most of Thailand free from tourists, almost like having the entire country to themselves. The rates for hotels and activities also witness a downward spiral, so it is a good time for budget travelers to enjoy a trip.

Cool Season (November to February)

The cool season of Thailand lasts from November to February, or early March. The winter season, i.e November - March, is the best time to visit Thailand. The weather is much more pleasant during these months. However, families, friends, and honeymooners book holiday packages to Thailand all year round. This is the main tourist season for Thailand, and one can expect the main tourist destinations to be absolutely chock-a-block full of people. Several events, musical or otherwise, are held at various spots.

Wet Season (June to October)

Although the entire rainy season lasts from June to October, the onset of the rainy season changes every year and varies a bit depending on the location. Although the weather won’t be absolutely perfect, one can hope to have most of the beaches to themselves. The flight rates and accommodation options would also plunge accordingly, giving people a chance to enjoy a longer duration stay.

So, now as travelers have got some ideas in regards to the most suitable time to visit Thailand, they may plan for a Thailand tour package with airfare to this vibrant location basis their preferences. Or, they can also go through our list of diligently crafted itineraries of the destination. There are packages for newlyweds, solo travelers, adventure-junkies, and families. What’s more? One can always get these itineraries customized as per their favorite attractions and activities they want to cherish, or even if they want to get the Thailand trip cost from India altered, the option is always available to them.


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