Posted On : February 26, 2020

Visiting Thailand for first time The perfect guidebook

From the exotic beaches to shopping hubs, to spa treatments to delicious cuisines, Thailand has something for everyone. Distance and competitive flight tickets make Thailand a popular tourist hub for holidaying abroad. If you are also planning a holiday to Thailand for the very first time, we have a comprehensive itinerary to help you get the best possible holiday experience it has to offer. Ensure you have a valid passport and a local sim card with a data plan. If you are an Indian citizen travelling to Thailand, there isn't any need to apply for a visa. You will get a visa on arrival as long as you have a valid passport for at least six months with two blank pages. Check the weather and take off to Bangkok. 

Day 1

Now, you have arrived in Bangkok and get set for a day full of novel experiences, as you set out to explore the city. Bangkok, the Thai capital, is a must for the first time in Thailand is famous for its glittering temples, vibrant markets, street cuisine and the gorgeous views of Chao Phraya River. Start your day with a guided tour of the Grand Palace. Spend some time at the museum, royal gardens. Reach at Wat Arun in time in the evening to catch the breathtaking sunset view.

Day 2

Travelling with your friends or family, ChinaTown is a must-visit! It will provide you with an opportunity to explore the safari world and marine as well as wildlife parks. Some of the attraction here is the Wildlife Feeding show, Jungle cruise river ride, Tropical rainforest aviary, Dolphin encounters and crocodiles garden. Alternatively, you may pay a visit to Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World. Indeed, you will love walking underwater tunnel, praising the various exhibits and spending time at the touch pool. If possible, end your day by a therapeutic Thai massage. 

Day 3

Take a short flight and land to the majestic Island of Phuket. During the first half of the day, complete the city tour and ensure you cover the top attractions like Big Buddha, Patong Beach, Wat Chalong, Old Town Phuket. If you don't wish to travel, you can spend the day relaxing at the gorgeous beach of Karon or Kamala. If you crave to experience the nightlife, Phuket's lively Bangla Road is a great option. You can party late at night even at the wee hours at many clubs and bars. Don’t forget to have the authentic Thai food, and local delicious seafood cuisines. 

Day 4 

Phuket offers many half-day and full-day excursion trips. Include the popular Island hopping tours along with the James Bond Island. Head back to the city early in the evening so that you relax enough before you catch the Simon Cabaret; one of the top things to do in Phuket. Book tickets in advance to prevent the no vacancy situation. 

Day 5

Head over to Pattaya and experience the other side of Thailand. Visit the Sanctuary of the Truth, having religious significance for Buddhists and Hindus. It often hosts local plays, Thai dance, sword fighting, and the nail-biting Thai boxing events. Your itinerary is incomplete without the Underwater World Pattaya, Nong Nooch Tropical Garden and the iconic Big Buddha Temple. Don't miss the unique Pattaya Floating Market. If you miss the home food, try out at Punjabi Tadka, Indian by Nature Or Karma Indian restaurant. 

Day 6

Love outdoor activities, try the Pattaya's Jomtien Beach. Enjoy peaceful moments by building the sandcastles at the beach. Don't forget to pamper yourself by getting a relaxing massage at Oasis spa. Still left with the time, opt an excursion to Coral Island, experience the exciting underwater walking, parasailing, banana boat rides etc. Before you go for the Airport, plan a quick trip to the Central Festival Pattaya Mall or the exotically designed Mimosa for a round of shopping. 

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