Welcome to Thailand, the â€śLand of Smiles.
2 Night at Pattaya. 2 Night at Bangkok.
Polite behavior is welcome everywhere, and what is considered polite in other countries is probably considered polite in Thailand, too. However, there are a few cultural pitfalls, mainly social and religious taboos, the breaking of which can cause offence. For example, Thais revere their royal family. Even social malcontents who ingnore legal and community standards refuse to tolerate a faintly implied slight on the Thai monarch. Outward expressions of anger are regarded as crude and boorish. The visitor who remains calm and smiles appreciatively will find all sorts of doors open to him. Visitor should dress neatly in all religious shrines. They should never go shirtless, or in shorts, Hot pants or other unsuitable attire. Shoes should be removed when entering private Thai homes; chapels where Buddhist images are kept; and any of the Islamic community’s mosques. Each Buddha image, large or small, ruined or not, is regarded as being a sacred object. Never climb onto one to take a photograph or do any thing that might show lack of respect. Public displays of affection between men and women are frowned upon. Westernized Thai couples may hold hands but that’s as far as it goes in polite society. It is considered rude to point your foot at a person or object. Thai regard the head as the hightest part of the body, both literally and figuratively. Therefore, they do not appreciate anyone patting then there, even a friendly gesture.
Arriveat Thailand, the “Land of Smiles”. On arrival atthe Bangkok International airport you will be met andtransferred to the coach for your transfer to Bangkok and proceed to Pattaya. Upon arrival in Pattaya, check into your hotel. Later in the evening you willtake visit to the Alcazar Show this Cabaret Show hasall the allure and razzmatazz of a Las Vegas nightclub.
dance computerized lighting. Overnight stay at Pattaya.
AfterBreakfast set out in a Speedboat to Coral Island - apicturesque island off the coast of Pattaya.
Here you havethe option to explore many water activities like underwaterdiving in the surrounding
corals, glass bottom boat tours, JetSki, Parasailing or just relax on the beach.After LunchProceed to
Noong Nooch Village, is renowned for it'sbeautiful tropical gardens and cultural shows including
thepopular elephant show.
Evening Visit “Mini Siam”. Mini Siam is a famous iniature parkattraction in Pattaya, Mini Siam had been
started to research the project in 1985, and had been
constructed in 1986 with more 29 Rais which separated to be MiniSiam, and Mini Europe. For the rest
area, there are theBooking Halls, the Souvenir Shops for lease, and the ParkingLots. The Democracy
Monument in Bangkok was the firstmodel to build.
Day 03:Pattaya to Bangkok (3hour)
After Breakfast Check out hotel at Pattaya and proceed to Bangkok. Own activities at Bangkok,
night stay at Bangkok.
Day 04:Bangkok Sightseeing SaFaRi WoRlD
After breakfast proceed to local sightseeing like SAFARY WORLD Arrive the safari park, then drive the scenic safaripark Presents a Unique opportunity for the
closest encounter with the rare and endangered series of wild animalkingdom12:00 hrs International buffet lunch. 13:00 hrs
VisitMarine Park, housing a spectrum of animal from land, sea andair and setting the scenes for 7 Amazing
World class shows.From live action stunt spectacular to performances by animal.
Day 05:Bangkok Local sightseeing.
AfterBreakfast Proceed This tour takes you through thehustle and bustle of the city. while also giving you
the opportunity to explore their myriad cultural attractions. Visit the Golden Buddha Temple
– housing a 5 and half tone ofSolid Golden Buddha statue. Reclining BuddhTemple- Wat Po
– which is one of Bangkok's oldest and gigantic gold platedReclining Buddha image. This unique image is
49 meters long and 12 meters high with beautifully inlaid mother ofpearl soles. The evening is free to explore the enumerableshopping options the city has to offer.
Chao Phraya River Tour: Explore the Bangkok view fromChaopraya River. Wat Arun RatchawararamRatchawaramahawihan
is a Buddhist temple (The templederives its name from the Hindu god Aruna, often personified as the radiations of
the rising sun. Wat Arun isamong the best known of Thailand's landmarks and the firstlight. of the
morning reflects off the surface of the templewith pearly iridescence.Although the temple had existedsince at least the seventeenth century, its distinctive prang,were built in the early nineteenth century during the reign ofKing Rama II. Visit Golden boat and Kings Palace fromOutside. Enjoy the Floating Market.
Day 06:Tour End
After Breakfast Check out hotel at Pattaya and proceed to Bangkok. Own activities at Bangkok, night
stay at Bangkok.