Thailand is a popular destination for travelers who want to have a good holiday without having a big a dent in their bank accounts. Thailand has beaches, temples, beautiful landscapes, and is also known for it's culture and nightlife. While you are in Thailand, be sure to visit Bangkok and parts of Laos.
Pattaya: Pattaya's name was originally "Thap Phraya", meaning Army of the Phraya. The three kilometers long Pattaya Beach runs along the city centre. The beach is full of life with hotels, restaurants, shopping malls all along the road facing the beach. The street south of Beach Road, Walking Street, comes alive with rock music as the night sets in. People throng the street to experience the night life, which is unique in all respects. There are hundreds of beer bars, go-go bars, discotheques around the area.
Upon your arrival in Bangkok, you will be given a warm reception and will be transferred to Pattaya, which is a short 2 hour drive from Bangkok.After check in at hotel, evening you can proceed to mesmerizing Alcazar Show a world-famous cabaret, which can give the Lido and Moulin Rouge of Paris a run for their money. Featuring a grand theatre with 1200 seats and thousands of watts of pulsating sound, the Alcazar Show is a unique blend of acting, stage design, costumes and glamorous actors performing together in an unforgettable melange of light, sound and colour. Truly, a visit to the Alcazar Show could well become the highlight of your far-eastern journey. You’ll spend the night at your hotel.
Enjoy breakfast and then speedboat your way into the sparkling blue waters of the Gulf of Thailand to reach the serene Coral Island, known as Koh Lan. Enjoy sunning by the sea; go for a swim; snorkel in its crystal waters; There are plenty of activities ( Parasailing, Water scooter, Banana boat ride, Snorkeling etc) waiting for you. . Stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast, enjoy your journey back to Bangkok where you’ll go on a cultural excursion visiting ancient temples and attractions of the city. Over 26,000 Wats (temples) encapsulate Bangkok’s spiritual heritage. Wat Trimitr (Temple of the Golden Buddha), home to a 5.5 ton statue of Buddha made from solid gold is a fine example of Sukhothai art. Wat Po (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) is the largest and oldest shrine of its kind in Bangkok. Stay overnight at the hotel.
After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, spend the day at leisure. Check-out of the hotel in the afternoon. In the evening, proceed to the airport in time to board your flight back home