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Thailand, formally the Kingdom of Thailand, is a Southeast Asian country bordered by the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. It is bounded to the northwest by Myanmar (Burma), to the northeast by Laos, to the southeast by Cambodia, and to the south by Malaysia. Thailand has a land area of 513,120 km2. The country is somewhat larger than Spain, or slightly more than twice the size of Wyoming, in the United States. The nation was known as Siam un Read More

Thailand, formally the Kingdom of Thailand, is a Southeast Asian country bordered by the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. It is bounded to the northwest by Myanmar (Burma), to the northeast by Laos, to the southeast by Cambodia, and to the south by Malaysia. Thailand has a land area of 513,120 km2. The country is somewhat larger than Spain, or slightly more than twice the size of Wyoming, in the United States. The nation was known as Siam until 1939. The Kingdom has a population of 68 million people, with Bangkok, the national capital, having an estimated 12 million citizens. Thai is the spoken language. Thailand is the most popular tourist destination, and for good reason. Take a Thailand tour to witness unbelievably good food, a tropical climate, intriguing culture, stunning mountains, and beautiful beaches, it has become a magnet for visitors from all over the globe. It is a land of breath-taking natural beauty, spectacular weather, and pleasantly kind people. Almost anything can be found here, including dense rainforest as green as can be, crystal blue seas that seem more like a warm bath than a dip in the ocean, and meals that will curl your nose hairs while dancing across your taste receptors. Exotic, yet safe; inexpensive, yet equipped with every contemporary comfort you want, there is something for everyone and any budget, from beachfront backpacker huts to some of the world's top luxury hotels. An ideal honeymoon trip you can enjoy with our Thailand honeymoon package or our Thailand packages for couple. Many visitors to Thailand prolong their stay much beyond their original intentions, while others never find a reason to leave. If you are one of them, then do take a look at our 7 days Thailand tour package.  If interested, you can also enquire about the 7 days Thailand tour package price. In Thailand, they know how to make whatever your cup of tea is. From the Thailand tour package from Dubai, you can include cities that, if not all, at least some of you should see during your trip to Thailand. Bangkok, Pattaya, Siem Reap, Kuala Lumpur, Krabi, Phuket, Koh Samui, Hua Hin, and Chiang Mai are among them. This is not to argue that Thailand is without flaws, such as the significant growing pains of an economy in which a farm laborer is lucky to make 300 baht per day while the nouveau riche ride by in their BMWs. Bangkok, the capital, is renowned for traffic congestion, and uncontrolled urbanization has destroyed much of the once-beautiful Pattaya and Phuket. Some lowlifes have made scamming visitors an art form in heavily touristed locations, and immigration lines are frequently lengthy, giving passengers a terrible first and final impression. And, as a result of the depreciation of several Western currencies, such as the British Pound and the Australian Dollar, combined with years of inflation, Thailand is no longer as unfathomably inexpensive as it once was; in fact, many products, notably imported goods, cost more in Thailand than in the West. Despite the influx of tourists, on your Thailand tour, it is easy to see that Thailand keeps its unique Thai-ness, with its own culture and history, and a carefree populace known for their smiles and fun-seeking sanuk lifestyle.


A peek into Thailand’s history:

The first recognizable Thai kingdom was founded in Sukhothai in 1238, reaching its apex under King Ramkhamhaeng in the 14th century before falling under the control of the kingdom of Ayutthaya, which ruled most of modern-day Thailand as well as much of modern-day Laos and Cambodia, eventually absorbing the northern kingdom of Lanna. The Burmese stormed Ayutthaya in 1767, but King Taksin recovered and established a new capital at Thonburi. General Chakri, his successor, proceeded over the river to Bangkok and became King Rama I, the founding father of the Chakri dynasty that still controls (constitutionally) today.

Thailand, known as Siam until 1939, is the only Southeast Asian country that has never been colonized by a foreign entity, and it is fiercely proud of it. In 1932, a bloodless revolution resulted in the establishment of a constitutional monarchy. During World War II, as Japan controlled the rest of Southeast Asia, only Thailand escaped Japanese conquest thanks to astute political maneuvering. Thailand, which was in an alliance with Japan during WWII, became a US ally after the war. Thailand ultimately settled into a decent approximation of a democracy after a run of military dictatorships and rapidly deposed civilian Prime Ministers, and the economy grew through tourism and manufacturing. Above it all reigned King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), the world's longest-reigning king and a figure of near-mythic proportions. In September 2006, a bloodless military coup deposed populist tycoon Thaksin Shinawatra's legally elected but heavily criticized administration, exposing a schism between Thailand's ruling urban elite and the rural masses who backed Thaksin. Thaksin went into exile, and a succession of unstable regimes ensued, with the heirs of Thaksin's Thai Rak Thai party and the royalist-conservative People's Alliance for Democracy dueling both behind the scenes and, on occasion, on the streets, culminating in Bangkok's airports being seized and shut down for a week in November 2008. The political environment is still in turmoil, and the course of the kingdom when the sick King dies is a significant unknown due to the perceived incompetence of the present successor. Thailand is still a constitutional monarchy in principle, with the king as a highly regarded and beloved Head of State, but there have been multiple military coups, and the nation is now controlled by a military junta that permits no organized political opposition as of 2016. The power of elected governments would be severely limited under a new proposed constitution.

In actuality, the king's position is mostly ceremonial, with the Prime Minister wielding the most power in the government. However, the king and the royal family are still protected by strict lèse majesté laws, which stipulate long jail terms for anybody convicted of insulting the king or any other members of the royal family. This can include jokes or even very indirect references. Thus, a real important point to keep in mind is to not be rude and harm the sentiments of the people by insulting the king, both directly & indirectly. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store for you and all the information you need to pick the right Thailand trip package from our available Thailand tour packages for you.

Also, for your information, if you are from Delhi, you can always avail of our Thailand packages from Delhi or Thailand tour packages from Delhi.

Best Time To Visit Thailand:

If you’re booking your Thailand tour package from Dubai, you shouldn’t have any problem as Thailand is largely tropical; similar to Dubai, so it's hot and humid all year around with temperatures in the 28-35°C range (82-95°F), a degree of relief provided only in the mountains in the far north of Thailand. The careful observer will, however, while booking Thailand tour packages or your Thailand honeymoon package, note three seasons:

Cool: From November to the end of February, it doesn't rain a lot and temperatures are at their lowest, although you will barely notice the difference in the south and will only need to pack a sweater if hiking in the northern mountains, where temperatures can fall as low as 5°C. This is the most popular time to visit and, especially around Christmas and New Year's or at Chinese New Year a few weeks later, finding flights and accommodation can be expensive and difficult.

Hot: From March to June, Thailand swelters in temperatures as high as 40°C (104°F). Pleasant enough when sitting on the beach with a drink in hand, but not the best time of year to go temple-tramping in Bangkok.

Rainy: From July to October, although it only really gets under way in September, tropical monsoons hit most of the country. This doesn't mean it rains non-stop, but when it does, it pours and flooding is not uncommon.

How To Reach Thailand:

There are several ways to enter the country with a valid passport and visa that can come along with Thailand tour packages and at Akbar Travels, you can select your preferred mode of transport with cheap Thailand packages and exciting deals.

By Plane: The main international airports in Thailand are at Bangkok and Phuket, and both are well-served by intercontinental flights. Practically every airline that flies to Asia also flies into Bangkok, this means there are plenty of services and the competition on the routes helps to keep the ticket prices down.

International airports are also located at Hat Yai, Krabi, Ko Samui and Chiang Mai, though these largely restricted to flights from other Southeast Asian countries. Kuala Lumpur and Singapore make excellent places to catch flights into these smaller Thai cities, meaning you can skip the ever-present touts and queues at Bangkok.

The national carrier is the well-regarded Thai Airways, with Bangkok Airways filling in some gaps in the nearby region. Log on to for the best Thailand tour packages with the best flight deals and inclusive Thailand packages from UAE.


By Road:

You can also start your trip to Thailand with Thailand tour packages From Cambodia, Laos, Vientiane / Udon Thani, Malaysia, Singapore & Myanmar.

By Train:

Thailand's sole international train service links to Butterworth (near Penang) and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, continuing all the way to Singapore. A luxurious option within Thailand tour packages is to take the Eastern & Oriental Express, a refurbished super-luxury train that runs along the same route once per week, with gourmet dining, personal butler service and every other colonial perk you can think of.

By Ferry:

With our Thailand tour packages, it is now possible in high-season (Nov-May) to island-hop using ferries from Phuket all the way to Indonesia.

Islands en route:

  • Ko Phi Phi
  • Ko Lanta
  • Ko Ngai
  • Ko Mook
  • Ko Bulon
  • Ko Lipe
  • Langkawi
  • Penang

Ferries cross from Satun in southern Thailand to the Malaysian island of Langkawi, while over in Narathiwat Province, a vehicular ferry shuttles between Tak Bai and Pengkalan Kubur, near Kota Bharu in Malaysia's Kelantan state.

In Thailand tour packages you can also opt for occasional cruises from Malaysia and Singapore to Phuket and Bangkok, the main operator being Star Cruises, but no scheduled services.

Hotels In Thailand:

Our Thailand tour packages have a plethora of accommodation in every price bracket. Thailand has advanced a lot in recent years, with our Thailand tour packages you're now far less likely to end up in a disgusting, noisy hostel room but far more likely to get somewhere reasonably comfortable, even if may still not be quite up to western standards.

In our Thailand tour packages, you can free to opt from any of the following accommodation, including: Hostels are something not typical for Thailand. You will often get a bit more Westernized and hotel-like interiors. They will usually have both a dorm and private rooms, depending on what you are interested in. Hostels will usually always be filled with western tourists, and it is easy to make friends and socialize with the other guests. Most hostels will have decent air conditioning as well. They will almost always have free Wi-Fi, and usually a guest bar.

Guesthouses will get you a room with basic amenities and not much else, whereas better guesthouses, especially in towns with significant number of foreign guests, have a better range of quality amenities. This makes them close to Thai hotels - however, the difference is they're more oriented to the Western clientele, and as such often offer various tours, computers and/or in-room Internet access, or even have a ground floor restaurant.

Thai hotels will be air-conditioned, your bathroom will be private, bed linen and towels will be provided, and there will be a hot shower. TVs are available except in the lower end; Internet access, though, is less likely to be present than in guesthouses; and is even less likely to be complimentary and/or in-room.

Tourist hotels offer the basics for a beach vacation: swimming pool, room service and color TV.

Boutique hotels in contemporary times offer only a limited number of rooms but have a much more personalized service. This accommodation is perfect if you’re opting for Thailand packages for couple.

Business and luxury hotels offer every modern amenity you can think of and are largely indistinguishable from hotels anywhere else in the world. Some of them are, Bangkok's Sofitel So Bangkok, The Oriental, The Sukhothai and The Peninsula. The most luxurious resorts also fall in this price category, with some of the very best and most private.

Shopping In Thailand:

Thailand is a shopper's paradise and many visitors to Bangkok in particular end up spending much of their time in the countless markets and malls. So don’t be surprised if your Thailand trip cost exceeds your spending limits, particularly with good buys of clothing, both cheap locally produced streetwear and fancy Thai silk, and all sorts of handicrafts. Electronics and computer gear are also widely available. A Thai specialty are the night markets found in almost every town, the largest and best-known of which are in Bangkok and the Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai. Here a variety of vendors from designers to handicraft sellers have stalls selling goods which cannot normally be found in malls and day markets. Most night markets also have large open air food courts attached.

Included in our Thailand travel packages, while shopping in the country, You can also find marvelously tacky modern clothing accessories. Witness pink sandals with clear plastic platform heels filled with fake flowers. Night markets along the main roads and Bangkok's Mahboonkrong (MBK) Mall, near the Siam skytrain stop, are particularly good sources. Not to be left out is what is often touted as the world's biggest weekend bazaar - The Chatuchak Weekend Market or known to locals simply as "JJ" Market. Chatuchak sells a myriad of products ranging from clothes to antiques, covers over 35 acres (1.1 km square) and is growing by the day! Thai silk is made from the cocoon of the silkworm. It is a very complicated process and is painstakingly completed by Thai women in the Northeast region of Thailand. From raising the silkworms to the weaving of the fabric, it is a real work of art.

Celadon ceramics are another Thai signature handicraft that you don't want to miss purchasing on your visit to Thailand. Celadon ceramics have been around for hundreds of years and have been an attempt to create a type of manmade jade. The Thai people are master crafts-men and their talent shines through in the hand carved wooden items available for purchase throughout Thailand. Different types of wood are used; coconut, sandalwood and teak.

If you want to receive new experience by shopping in the most luxurious shopping mall in Thailand, you should go visit the "Siam Paragon". One of the most famous landmarks in Thailand which is located on "Rama I" Road in "Pathum Wan" district, at the middle of teenager's walking street called "Siam". You could visit Siam Paragon by driving your car or take the BTS train either at Sukhumvit or Silom lines and get off when you reach Siam station. If you’ve taken a Thailand trip from UAE, you might be aware that like UAE, refunds are very uncommon, unlike in the West where consumers have rights to refunds or exchanges for defective goods. Therefore, buying expensive electronic goods can be a costly mistake.

The food alone is really reason enough for a Thailand trip from UAE with our Thailand trip package. Curries, fruit shakes, stir fries, fresh fish made a zillion ways - and that's just the beginning. Food in Thailand can be as cheap and easy as 25 baht pad Thai (Thai fried noodles) cooked at a street stall and floating markets or as expensive and complicated as a $100 ten-course meal by a royal chef served in one of Bangkok's 5 star hotels. Since most backpackers will be sticking closer to the first than the second, one of the great things about Thailand is that food from stalls and tiny sidewalk restaurants is usually quite safe. Unlike some Asian countries, travelers should worry more about overeating or too much curry spice than about unclean kitchens and bad food. In fact, street restaurants, where you can see what you'll get and everything is cooked on the spot can be a safe option. Be very wary of eating something spicier than you are used to on the evening before a lot of travelling!

Also, be warned, most "western" foods in Thailand are terrible especially when you’ve chosen our Thailand tour package 3 days 2 nights as you have such limited time and wouldn’t want to waste it eating food you have on the daily. Try ordering a pizza at a beachside restaurant in Koh Phangan and you may be presented with what appears to be a piece of cardboard topped with mayonnaise and ketchup. The local foods are best. In KFC in Thailand, they prefer the greasy, dark meat, not the succulent breast meat that you are used to, even in the burgers. Most "pizzas" in Thailand are topped with mayonnaise and seafood! And if you order a steak a Thai place, be prepared to receive a piece of thin, chewy shoe leather covered with a brown sauce and served with a disgusting salad drowned in salad cream. Of course, there are specialty steakhouses serving prime, imported steaks but you may be shocked to see how much they cost. It may not be as much as your Thailand trip cost from Dubai but expect to pay $20 and up for a good quality, well-cooked Australian steak in most places. Another thing to be careful of is that many authentic Thai foods can often contain things that are unsuitable for western palates, such as lungs, tripe, heart and kidneys. In addition, Thais love to eat their meat on the bone, with skin, tendons and cartilage still attached in order to get a range of tastes and textures, something many westerners may not be used to. In touristy places, you won't get fed offal, but in markets, canteens, service stations and the like you can expect the full Thai way of eating, with entrails and chunks of congealed blood in your bowl of noodle soup.

Thai cuisine is characterized by balance and strong flavors, especially lime juice, lemon grass and fresh coriander, the combination of which gives Thai food its distinctive taste. In addition, Thai food has a deserved reputation for being spicy, with hot little torpedo-shaped chillies called phrik khii nuu making their way into many a dish. Thais are well aware that these can be more than Westerners can handle and will often ask if you like it hot; answer "yes" at your own risk! Thai dishes can be roughly categorized into central Thai food (around Bangkok), northern Thai food (from the northern region around Chiang Mai, with Burmese and Chinese influence), north-eastern Thai food (from the Isaan region bordering with Laos) and southern Thai food (with heavy influences from Malaysia). Thai-style fried chicken stalls are abundant, tasty, cheap and arguably better quality than the fast-food chains. 5-Star Chicken (Gai ha dao) is very good quality, clean and half the price of KFC. They serve wings, thighs and breast pieces for about 50 cents a pop as well as entire rotisserie-style chickens, incredible value for money.

In many touristy places, they will tailor the food for what they think a westerner wants, which means almost no chillies, no offal and organs, and a very different flavor. Whether this is a good thing or not is dependent on your tastes. Thai food is most commonly eaten with fork and spoon. Hold the spoon in your right hand and use it to eat, and reserve the fork for piling food onto your spoon. Chopsticks are only employed for noodle soups and East Asian-style dishes.

Thai food is meant for sharing. Everybody gets their own plate of rice and tiny soup bowl, but all the other dishes are laid out in the middle of the table and you're free to eat what you wish. Though some people believe that taking the last piece from a shared plate is considered slightly unlucky, and you may hear people make wishes for others to compensate for their own misfortune — a popular wish is that "may my girl/boyfriend be beautiful"! Food is also generally brought out a dish at a time as it is prepared. It is not expected for diners to wait until all meals are brought out before they start eating as is polite in western culture. Instead, they should tuck into the nearest meal as it arrives.

Akbar Travels Recommended Best Thailand Tour Packages:

Our Thailand tour packages and the latest Thailand tour package 2021 are designed to facilitate the value for money for travelers from around the globe and perfect Thailand packages will assure that travelers enjoy the best of the holiday at the fullest. Whether you are looking for well-priced last minute Thailand family packages, exclusive Thailand honeymoon package for couples or you have been wishing to plan an adventure holiday in Thailand, these tours cater to a variety of preferences and budgets. You can see all of Thailand’s top sights, while enjoying our affordable deals that help you save on your travel allowance.

To help you plan your trip to Thailand, we also offer tailor-made Thailand packages considering your budget and choices. Get inspired by our most popular Thailand itineraries below and book now for huge savings. Have a Look at our best-selling Thailand packages?

Akbar Recommended Best Thailand Tour Packages

Thailand holiday packages Day/Night Price
Bangkok Free and Easy 3 Nights / 4 Days AED 476
Mono Phuket (Land Only) 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 511
Simply Thailand 2 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 566
Captivating Krabi (Land Only) 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 620
Bangkok Free and Easy (Halal Friendly) 3 Nights / 4 Days AED 671
Colorful Chiang Mai 3 Nights / 4 Days AED 711
Best of Thailand 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 748
Bangkok Shopping Experience 3 Nights / 4 Days AED 1,658
Thailand Fully Loaded  4 Nights / 5 Days AED 786
Simply Thailand 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 679
Pearls of Thailand (Land Only) 5 Nights / 6 Days AED 833
Amazing Thailand 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 896
Unexplored Chiang Rai 3 Nights / 4 Days AED 917
Amazing Phuket 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 1,004
Beaches of Thailand  6 Nights / 7 Days AED 1,041
Best of Thailand with Phuket (Land Only)  6 Nights / 7 Days AED 1,053
Thailand Food Special 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 1,066
Spectacular Phuket and Krabi  5 Nights / 6 Days AED 1,195
Best of Thailand with Krabi 6 Nights / 7 Days AED 1,354
Best of Thailand with Phuket 7 Nights / 8 Days AED 1,470
Best of Thailand and Malaysia  7 Nights / 8 Days AED 1,478
Romantic Thailand with Phuket and Krabi 7 Nights / 8 Days AED 1,503
Beautiful Thailand 6 Nights / 7 Days AED 1,536
Thailand Getaway with Hua Hin and Bangkok 5 Nights / 6 Days AED 1,565
Thailand Dhamaka Offer 5 Nights / 6 Days AED 1,571
Thailand Adventure Special 7 Nights / 8 Days AED 1,635
Thailand Special with Koh Samui  7 Nights / 8 Days AED 1,701
Thailand Crazy Deal (Air Inclusive) 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 1,762
Thailand Escape 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 1,905
Luxury in Bangkok and Pattaya 4 Nights / 5 Days AED 1,911
Luxury Holiday in Koh Samui  4 Nights / 5 Days AED 2,035
Best of Thailand and Cambodia 7 Nights / 8 Days AED 2,323
The Ultimate Luxury with Phuket and Krabi  6 Nights / 7 Days AED 2,344

Things to do in Thailand:

Our Thailand tour packages include many things to Do in Thailand encircling a visit to Safari World Zoo, Tiger Kingdom, Floating Markets, Dolphin World, River Cruise, and many more amazing activities. Our Thailand packages grab the most preferred and frequented locations in the whole of southeast Asia, and the reason isn’t hard to figure out. From a sweeping variety of things to do in Thailand, our Thailand tour packages are also inclusive of beaches epitomizing solitude and serenity, breathtaking temples to ultra-modern sprawl-Bangkok. Avail of our Thailand holiday packages to visit the country of Thailand with so many options and to-dos.

Day Trip to James Bond Island by Premium Speedboat from Phuket

James Bond Island is one of the most visited islands of Phang Nga Bay, famous for its starring role in Bond movie ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’. This full-day speedboat cruise from Phuket also includes sea canoeing at Hong Island, a trek to the Ice Cream and Diamond Caves, and free time on Naka Noi Island. Full-day speedboat tour of James Bond Island and Phang Nga Bay from Phuket Paddle around the caves and lagoons of Hong Island on a canoe See the distinctive Khao Ping Gan, which featured in Bond movie ‘The Man With the Golden Gun’ Tuck into a delicious buffet lunch in Ko Panyi village Enjoy swimming, sunbathing or jet skiing (extra cost) at Naka Noi beach Great-value tour includes hotel pick-up, lunch and round-trip transport.

Visit Beautiful Safari World Zoo, Bangkok:

Located in Khlong Sam Wa, the Safari World, within an area of 170 acres is a drive-in zoological park divided into two parts. The first is the Safari Park to house a large variety of animals like zebras, deer, giraffes, birds, tigers, lions, bears, etc. in a natural habitat.

The second is the Marine Park which hosts events like the famous dolphin show. The Safari world zoo is among the perfect places to visit in Thailand for families with children. Come face to face with thousands of rare and endangered species roaming freely in their natural habitat. The park provides a coach service for visitors who do not drive-in.

Visit Floating Market, Bangkok:

Floating markets are located throughout Bangkok and the surrounding provinces of Bangkok and they are extremely popular to visit on the weekends for both locals and foreigners. The 100-year-old markets are now essentially a floating souvenir stand filled with package tourists. Visiting floating markets is one of the best things to do in Thailand. Floating Markets are one of the most famous tourist spots in Bangkok.

This in itself can be a fascinating insight into Thai culture, as the vast majority of tourists here are Thais. But beyond the market, the residential canals are quite peaceful.

Some of the famous floating markets are Amphawa, Damnoen Saduak, and Khlong Lat Mayom. The biggest attraction to a floating market in Thailand is the food that is cooked and served directly from a boat floating in the canal. You can also find a lot of random trinket shopping and good places to walk around.

Visit Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum):

Entirely made out of teak wood without a single metal nail, Sanctuary of Truth is the most phenomenal architectural wonder Pattaya houses. Set on the picturesque location of Rachvate Cape, this religious structure is known all over the world for its intricate wooden carvings. All the statues, motifs, and designs that the structure carries symbolize the culture, religion, and philosophy not only pertaining to Buddhism but also Hinduism.

Whether or not you are enthusiastic about exploring architecture, Sanctuary of Truth will surely impress you with the brilliance invested in its construction. There is no denying that Sanctuary of Truth is one of the most outstanding places to visit in Pattaya. Scenic location & detailed wooden carvings with an entirely wooden structure, and exceptional construction.

Visit Ocean World, Bangkok:

A visit to Bangkok Ocean World is one of the most exciting things to do in Thailand. This aquatic park is an amazing wonderland housing some of the most enchanting and exotic marine animals from the deepest oceans. This is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia showcasing more than 30000 marine creatures. Ocean World is divided into seven zones where you can view amazing sea animals such as the garden eel, nautiluses, leopard stingrays, giant groupers, starfish, jellyfish and many more. There are also round the clock shows, shark feedings, otter feeding and diving with the sharks as well which is one of the most adventurous things to do in Thailand. Ocean World also has Thailand’s first-ever 4D Theatre where you can enjoy a 25 minutes virtual reality show.

Visit Jim Thompson House, Bangkok:

Jim Thomson was an expert in Thai silk and he was locally known as the Father of Thai silk. His house has been carefully preserved and turned into a museum showcasing rare Thai artwork, antiques, exquisite Thai silk works that adorn the walls of the Jim Thompson House. The Suan Pakkad Palace Museum is clubbed together in this tour and the Palace is the heirloom of the Paribatra Family. The museum is actually a cluster of eight houses meticulously preserved with all its artefacts, antiques, art pieces and valuable collectibles belonging to the Family. The houses themselves are architectural masterpieces and embody Thai art over the centuries.

Enjoy Elephant Camp, Pattaya or Visit Elephant Jungle Sanctuary, Phuket

Basically, an elephant rescue and rehabilitation center, the Elephant Nature Park in north Thailand is where you can actually choose to volunteer for help. The center is involved in rescuing and creating their own thriving herd of elephants. You can visit this interesting place, and learn about their lives, likes, present and their sad past from where they have been rescued. At the camps, you will be taught as how to control and interact with the gentle beasts. You can even enjoy bathing, feeding and brush the elephants there along with an exciting bamboo rafting experience.

Go For a Wonderful Ayutthaya Day Tour:

Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand used to be one of the largest cities in the world and now it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area has the most impressive collection of temples and it is also the site of the ‘Buddha Head in the Tree’. Exploring this ancient city is one of the best activities to do in Thailand. The main section is an island within the city itself that holds the most beautiful temples in Thailand. A visit to Ayutthaya can change your whole perspective towards the city of Bangkok.


Visit Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, Pattaya:

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya is one of the most beautifully landscaped park and garden in the world. A stroll along the internationally-inspired gardens is one of the best activities in Thailand. Here, you can find gardens styled like the 17th-century French garden or the European Renaissance Garden. There are also species-specific gardens such as the orchids nurseries, succulent gardens, cactus gardens, bonsai as well as topiary gardens. Rental Bicycles are available so that you can explore the whole garden. The garden also has cultural shows and Muay Thai performances at the Thai Cultural Hall within itself. You can also enjoy paddle boating here.

Get A Thai Massage, Phuket:

Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and is a tropic wonderland for the visitors because of its amazing beaches. There are various things that can be done in Phuket by the traveler but the Thai massage at the end of the day is mandatory. The relaxation that you find in Thai massage provided by the massage parlors in Phuket will never be found in any western massage. There are a lot of authentic spas in Phuket who provide traditional Thai massage.

Skydiving, Pattaya:

Skydiving is single-handedly the most adrenaline pumping activity you can take part in. Free falling through the clear blue skies above the breath-taking landscapes of Thailand will surely ensure you with a memorable experience. The thrill of diving through the sky is unmatched to anything else you will experience. The most popular and safest way to skydive especially for first timers is Tandem skydive. It’s a process where you will be attached by a harness to a highly qualified instructor using a single container parachute designed for two. It is one of the most adventurous things to do in Thailand. Every company starts your skydive session with a briefing along with safety instructions and also provides you with equipment. Most of these operators provide you with pictures and videos of your experience.

Flyboarding, Pattaya:

If you always wanted to fly like a superhero or swim like a dolphin, flyboarding activity in Thailand can make your wish come true. Though flyboarding is the newest water sports, it has gained popularity among the crowd in the short span of time. The list of things to do in Thailand cannot be over without Flyboarding as it is now high in demand of tourists. Flyboard is strapped to your feet, which allows you to go 30 feet in the air and dive like a dolphin under the water and shoot straight out again. Even if you are a beginner, you can easily learn to use flyboard within 5 to 10 minutes.

Best Season: Flyboarding can be experienced throughout the year in Thailand.

Best Places for Flyboarding: Flyboarding in Thailand can be experienced at Koh Samui Chaweng beach.

Kayaking, Krabi:

While a boathouse in Kerala is elevated comfort on water, you can always experience the joy of Kayaking in the serene rivers of Thailand with our Thailand tour package from Kerala With mild temperatures and calm water Thailand is considered as one of the best places where travelers rush to have this exciting experience of Kayaking. All you need is to just concentrate on enjoying the natural world with the minimum impact. The Mangroves of Ao Thalane, Krabi, in Thailand, are few kayak places which are popular among the people. Kayaking is the best activity where you can conquer the challenging waves and also enjoy scenic beauty. If you love Kayaking than Thailand is the best getaway for you and your friends.

Snorkeling, Pattaya:

As far as blue seas and beautiful beaches go you can’t ask for much more than Thailand. The weather is fantastic, the people are friendly and prices are really affordable too. One of the best ways to experience ocean life in Thailand, and to experience the gorgeous sea life, sea creatures, and boating culture is to head away on a snorkeling trip. There are some gorgeous spots for snorkeling here each site offering something different and something special. During peak seasons, Thailand's clear waters will grant the snorkeler up to 100 feet of visibility. The sea is consistently warm year-round, always above 80 degrees Fahrenheit, wavering by only a few degrees throughout the dry and rainy seasons in each region.

Scuba Diving, Phuket:

Thailand has some of the finest and most beautiful beaches and islands in the world, surrounded by crystal clear water and stunning coral, and that is the main reason why the number of divers coming to Thailand has escalated over the past decade or so.

As Thailand is considered one of the safest destinations for diving and snorkeling in the world, it is perfect for first-timers wanting to try these pastimes out. The sea visibility in some places is up to 30 m – unheard of in many parts of the world. One can enjoy splendid sights of underwater mountains, coral gardens, undersea rock formations, hard and soft coral, whale sharks, silvertip sharks, manta rays and even sunken battleships. The best time to dive in the Andaman Sea is from November to April, and again June to September, and in the Gulf of Thailand from May to September. However, it is okay to dive all year round.

Surfing, Phuket:

Surfing in Thailand is one of the most favorite water sports among people. Especially, if you are a beginner, Thailand is a perfect place to try your hands in surfing, as the waves, here, unlike in Bali, Hawaii, etc., are generally less powerful and small. Also, Phuket holds the Annual Surf Contest and supports the growing and enthusiastic surfing fraternity in the country. Thailand, especially, Phuket is known to have many amazing and consistent surf locations.

Sky Dining, Bangkok:

Bangkok is a city of magnificent skyscrapers and sky dining is one of the most exciting and intriguing things to do in Thailand. The Baiyoke Hotel is the tallest building in Bangkok and it serves one of the best buffets in town featuring Thai dishes, International cuisine and Seafood specialties with the most mesmerizing views of the city’s skyline. All diners also receive a free entry pass to the Observation Deck on the 77th Floor and the Revolving Roof Deck on the 84th Floor of the Hotel.

Krabi Rainforest Discovery Tour with Tiger Cave Temple:

A rainforest expedition! Travel and explore one of the most famous and beautiful attractions in Krabi. Take a refreshing dip in the Hot Spring and rejuvenate yourself and cleanse your soul in the majestic and beautiful Emerald pool which is very famous due to its color and clear water. Have a Thai food at a local restaurant beachside to give your taste buds an amazing experience. Start your wonderful tour by visiting the Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park, where you come face to face with marvels such as the Blue Pool, Krabi Hot Springs, and Emerald Pond. Walk past the rainforest as you explore the wild walking on a wooden platform. Learn about the techniques used in the production of latex and other uses of rubber from the local experts. Hold on to your breath as you visit the most famous temple of Krabi, Wat Tum Seua or Tiger Cave temple, which is very sacred and unique. Get mesmerized by the splendid architecture of one of the most beautiful and amazing temples in Krabi. Also, you can meditate to relax and find an everlasting sense of peace and serenity.

Ramayana Water Park, Pattaya:

Ramayana Water Park is one of the largest aquatic theme parks in Southeast Asia featuring over 50 adrenaline-pumping water slides and other attractions. If you are looking for some adventurous things to do in Thailand, then there is nothing better than this water park.

The Park is ideal for all age groups and the water used here is drawn from the wells in the property and filtered using a state-of-the-art filtration system. This means there are no harmful chemicals mixed in the water. On special occasions, live shows and performances are also organized here.

Siam Amazing Park:

Experience an entire day on rides and slides that will keep your adrenaline up & above the roof. Siam Amazing Park holds a Guinness World Record of The Largest Wave Pool in the World. Unleash your inner child on the 7-Storey Rainbow Slide, which was the Highest Slide in South East Asia, in 1980. Water Park, Amusement Park, Zoo, Botanical Garden, Siam Amazing Park includes it all. A great place to visit with family and friends as it is suitable for all ages. The Amusement Park contains numerous World-Class Rides, and Theme Parks such as Family World, Fantasy World, X-Zone, Small World, Water Park Zone, etc. Siam Park City also has several other attractions like children’s playgrounds, African Adventure Zone, and Jurassic Adventure, which are a must-visit.

Firefly Watching, Bangkok:

Enjoy the floating market shopping as well as an amazing view of fireflies at Amphawa Floating market. Amazing cruising experience mixed up with shopping and beautiful fireflies viewing will definitely make your day better. This is one of the amazing experiences in Thailand. The two-hour ride will leave you spellbound

Location: Amphawa, Thailand

Like Chennai, even Thailand has a rich ethnicity of temples.

If you’re from Chennai, we make it easier for you to travel to witness past glory of novel temple architecture. You can now go for our Thailand tour package from Chennai.

Wat Arun, Bangkok:

The Temple of the Dawn or Wat Arun towers 260 ft above the Chao Phraya River. With fabulous views of the rising and setting sun, the temple is one of Bangkok's major tourist attractions after the Grand Palace. It is possible to climb the temple for views across the river to the Grand Palace and beyond, but its narrow steps are not for the faint-hearted. Located near the West bank of the Chao Phraya, opposite to Tha Thien Pier. Things to Keep in Mind: Once inside the temple grounds, visitors must be appropriately dressed and must remove their footwear.

Wat Rong Khun - The Whilte Temple, Bangkok:

If you are interested in religious activities to do in Chiang Rai, Wat Rong Khun is one of the places that you must visit. Dedicated to Lord Buddha, this temple is known for its striking art and intricate architecture. It is a masterpiece by one of the Thai architects, Chalermchai Kosipipat who has created many sophisticated murals and meticulously crafted a number of exquisite pieces in the architecture of this temple. The place symbolizes many philosophical meanings through its artwork that to reach heaven and attain nirvana, it is necessary that one overcomes the cycle of life and death. Also, the main hall of the complex is painted which symbolizes Buddha’s purity.

Wat Pho, Bangkok:

Sightseeing in Bangkok is not complete without the Wat Pho which is the host of the largest reclining Buddha in the city. It is Thailand’s earliest center for public education and has the largest collection of images of Buddha. Covering the 8 hectares of area, Wat Pho has various tourist sites, for example, Th Chetuphon and monastic facilities. The temple compound is also the headquarters for the education of traditional Thai medicine, Thai massage, etc. It is amongst the highly visited Thailand tourist places. Wat Pho is located in the Phra Nakhon district on Rattanakosin Island. To reach there, you can take a ferry from the Tien Pier.


Big Buddha, Phuket:

Phuket Big Buddha is considered as one of the greatest landmarks in Thailand. The place is so beautiful and filled with positivity all over. This is one of the places which will help in providing inner peace for you and your heart. The huge image of Buddha sits on the top of the Nakkerd Hills which are located in between Chalong and Kata.

Exploring Kanchanaburi by Train:

Want to ride the death railway? With our Thailand packages it is safe. It has just been named that way. The notorious Thailand-Burma ‘Death Railway’ starts from Kanchanaburi and reaches to Nam Tok. The journey takes about two hours and is considered one of the most scenic, most popular train rides around the world. Perhaps, one of the most beautiful highlights of this journey is the fact that it not just showcases the loss of life that had been experienced during the wars between Burma and Thailand, but also that it shows the extraordinary feat of engineering behind the construction of the pass. The construction of the pass will provide you an illuminating introduction towards the history of this railway. This is a good trip during which you can also pass the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. The exploration trip will also bring you closer to South Asian cultures.

Mahanakhon Skywalk Tickets, Bangkok:

Witness a breath-taking panoramic view of the city of Bangkok as you step into the glass-floored King Power Mahanakhon Tower’s Skywalk. Experience the feel to be on top of the world as you stand on the roof of one of the tallest buildings in the city while catching sight of the busy streets of Bangkok with Mahanakhon Skywalk Tickets. The sight of a mesmerizingly serene sunset painting the sky with hues of orange will definitely leave you awe-struck. Evenings are extraordinarily beautiful from the skywalk as the city gets lit up with the brightest lights. It is definitely worth a visit on a trip to Bangkok.

Siam Serpentarium Tickets, Bangkok:

Siam Serpentarium, Bangkok-Asia's first Snake museum- will provide you an immersive experience with the different snakes and their almost 70 fascinating species. It has a large variety of snakes that will give you a deeper insight about the mysterious, majestic yet deadly creatures. End the day with an amazing show of stunning audiovisual performances at the Naka Theatre which is surely going to keep you at the edge of your seats as the professional handles and goes head-to-head with the mighty King Cobras.

Enjoy Muay Thai with Brick Bistro Dinner, Bangkok:

A trip to Thailand on our offered Thailand packages is incomplete without experiencing the original spirit of Thai boxing. Muay Thai Live: The Legend Lives is one of a kind art that illustrates the unique combat methods of Thai Boxing. The enthralling performance takes you back in time to its inception and its development over time as the art that protects the welfare of the nation. The whole performance is one of the most exhilarating experiences and it is definitely one of the best activities to do in Thailand. The Brick Bistro Dinner is an excellent touch where you are served with authentic mouth-watering Thai dishes just before the performance starts.

Trip to Golden Triangle, Chiang Mai:

Once popular for opium and heroin production, the Golden Triangle in Phuket has become one of the most-frequented tourist attractions in Phuket. The first stop of our Thailand packages at Mae Chan includes the visit to the tribes of Yao and Akha. You can disembark at Laos for a hearty dining experience. Thereafter, you would be taken to the Mae Sai, that is the Burma border where you can splurge on aesthetically pretty silver ornaments and local handicraft beauties. You can go and explore the museum at of Wat Phra Chedi Luang Dat.

Location: The Golden Triangle is situated at Sop Ruak, a tiny town, which is situated at the Thailand, Laos and Burma borders’ meeting point.

Lastly, at Akbar Travels, if you are travelling from Dubai, you can travel to Thailand with so many more routes. We operate from all major cities with packages catering to the same.

We also have Thailand tour packages from Kolkata & Thailand tour packages from Ahmedabad.

If you’re from the big cities of the IT jungle, wanting to visit the and experience the hustle-bustle of the twinkling cities of Bangkok, you are free to make your pick as we also have Thailand tour packages from Mumbai & Thailand tour packages from Bangalore.

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    Simply Thailand 4 Nights / 5 Days

    Pattaya (2N) / Bangkok (2N)

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    AED 679

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    Thailand Fully Loaded 4 Nights / 5 Days

    Bangkok (2N) / Pattaya (2N)

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    AED 786

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    Vibrant Thailand 5 Nights / 6 Days

    Pattaya (3N) / Bangkok (2N)

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    AED 987

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    Amazing Phuket 4 Nights / 5 Days

    Phuket (4N)

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    AED 1,004

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    Spectacular Phuket and Krabi 5 Nights / 6 Days

    Phuket (3N) / Krabi (2N)

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    Best of Thailand with Phuket 7 Nights / 8 Days

    Phuket (3N) / Pattaya (2N) / Bangkok (2N)

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    AED 1,470

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    Thailand Crazy Deal (Air Inclusive) 4 Nights / 5 Days

    Pattaya (2N) / Bangkok (2N)

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