4 Nights/5 Days
Best time to visit

Day 01:

REACH SUVARNABHUMI AIRPORT – PATTAYA (01 HR 45 Mints / 122 Km approx. one way)

Arrive at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Bangkok. Welcome by our Airport Representative (meeting point gate no. 10) for pick up and drop to Pattaya hotel.

Evening Proceed for Alcazar Cabaret Show. Alcazar show is filled with exciting performances and entertainment that will leave you on the edges of your seat. This is a must-watch show in Pattaya with your family members and friends. A memorable experience that will last for Lifetime, some of the greatest ladyboy shows in Asia, which is now a legend in Pattaya, be thrilled to the wonders of Alcazar Show performance.

Alcazar Show Pattaya, a grand and modern architectural theatre with delightful light and sound systems and a capacity of 1,200 seats, has opened its doors for visitors from all over the world since 1990. Nowadays, “Alcazar Show” is worldwide famous with its reputation as the best transvestite cabaret show in Thailand. Continuously, Alcazar Show has improved the quality of cabaret show applying modern technology of stage arts for serving visitors from all over the world to Pattaya. Each year, Alcazar’s creative show production team works extremely hard together with millions of Thai baht to create and present impressive shows to all visitors’ eyes.

Overnight stay at Pattaya hotel.

Day 02:


Pattaya Coral Island or locally known as Koh Larn, 7km from Pattaya Beach, has six beaches around the island. Pattaya Coral Island Half-Day Join Tour with Indian Lunch is designed for Indian only. (Lunch can be changed to Thai Lunch for other Nationalities).

By far, Coral Island Tour Tawaen Beach is the most developed and the most visited beach on Koh Larn. On any given day, by my estimate, there are well over three thousand visitors, come to this beach. On the weekend, that number may double for many people come down from Bangkok to enjoy a weekend of relaxation on the island far removed from their city life. This is also a place that attracts international tourist from all over the globe.

Optional Water Sports activities can be found here, Jet Ski, Banana Boat, Parasailing, Under Sea Walk.

Overnight Stay at Pattaya Hotel.

Day 03:

PATTAYA CITY – BANGKOK CITY (2 Hrs 30 Mins / 147 Km approx. one way)

Pick up from Pattaya hotel around 08:30 hrs transfer to Bangkok hotel by private Car or Seat in Coach. After arrival at Bangkok hotel, keep your luggage in the hotel lobby and proceed for Bangkok City Tour (SIC) at noon.

Visit some of Bangkok’s oldest and largest temples like The Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram) is a Buddhist temple (wat) in the Dusit district of Bangkok, Thailand and GoldenBuddha (Wat Traimit), followed by shopping drop in Gems Gallery in Bangkok, where you can find some of the best quality gems and local souvenirs. Later drop at Hotel and proceed for check-in. 

Evening picks up from Hotel around 18:00 hrs for Chao Phraya Dinner cruise. Dining by the Cruise is another way to experience the evening city view of Bangkok, glimpse the local way of life along the river and have fun in the Starry Night that you should not miss and refresh your mind. Chaophraya Dinner Cruise is operated every day from the River City Pier; you will experience a pleasant, warm welcome by friendly staffs to ensure that your evening turns out to be memorable in the true sense of Thai Hospitality. If you love dining out, you will love this cruise experience to find delicious Thai-International & Indian Buffet, activities and pleasant atmosphere are guaranteed.

Overnight Stay at Bangkok Hotel.

 Day 04:

BANGKOK HOTEL – SAFARI PARK + MARINE WORLD – BANGKOK (1 HR 30 MINS / 34 km. approx. one way)

Pick up from Hotel at 08:00 hrs by Private vehicle or Seat in Coach, transfer to Safari world. Thailand’s most excellent open zoo and leisure park offer a great variety of entertainment for everyone. Whether it is an exciting safari drive through the picturesque African wilderness setting, an intimate encounter with friendly dolphins or an exhilarating fast-paced action stunt spectacular, Safari World has it all. At Safari World Bangkok, the highlight of the Safari World ticket is Marine Park, where you can see the Dolphin show and Sea Lion show.

Safari Park house a large variety of animals like zebra, deer’s, giraffe, bird’s tiger’s lion, bears, etc., in a natural habitat. The second is the Marine Park, and all can be seen in this exclusive sightseeing in Bangkok package. One should not miss this tour in Bangkok, especially when you love wildlife or have children coming along on your holiday in Bangkok. Safari World Bangkok covers an area of 170 acres and is divided into two parts. First Safari Park to house many animals like zebra, deer’s, giraffe, bird’s tiger’s lion, bears, etc., in a natural habitat. The second is the Marine Park, and all can be seen in this exclusive sightseeing in your Full day tour, return to Hotel by 17:00 hrs.

Overnight Stay at Bangkok Hotel.              

 Day 05:

Bangkok Hotel – Suvarnabhumi Airport (1 Hr / 33 Km. approx one way)

Today is the last day of the tour; you can spend your day local shopping. Later check out from Hotel and Transfer to Suvarnabhumi Airport as per flight timings. Fly back to your home country with beautiful memories.


  • Explore Ha Noi City
  • Ha Long Bay Day Cruise

Visa Guideline THAILAND:

  • US $ 30.00 per entry or equivalent. The tourist visa fee is subject to change without prior notice, so it is a good idea to be updated by visiting the nearest Thai Embassy or consulate in your area.
  • Documents required:
    Passport or travel document with a validity not less than 6 months
    Visa application form (filled out)
    One(1) recent 4x6cm. photograph of the applicant
    Round-trip air ticket or e-ticket (paid in full)
    Proof of financial means (20,000 baht per person/40,000 baht per family)

The Do’s When Visiting Thailand:    

Do respect all Buddha images. Buddha images are held sacred and sacrilegious acts are punishable by imprisonment even if committed by foreign visitors.

Do dress properly when visiting a temple.

Do remove your shoes before entering a temple, somebody’s house and even some shops.

Do treat monks with the highest respect.

Do try and keep calm no matter what the problem or provocation may be.

Do eat with a spoon. Use the fork to load food on to the spoon.

Do lower your body slightly when passing between or in front of people.

Do try and learn a few basic phrases in Thai, like ‘hello’ and ‘thank you.

Do smile a lot.

Do enjoy yourself. Thais like life to be sanuk.

Do ensure that you have a visa if you need one.

Do make sure you have adequate travel insurance.

The Don’ts when Visiting Thailand:

Don’t show disrespect towards the Thai Royal Family.

Don’t cross your legs when you are in the presence of a monk. This applies whether you are sitting on the floor or in a chair.

Don’t touch a Thai woman without consent. Despite the image portrayed in some bars and clubs, the majority of Thai women are conservative.

Don’t be overly affectionate in public. This has changed in recent years and younger Thai couples can be seen holding hands, but snogging your boyfriend or girlfriend in the middle of the shopping mall won’t win you too many friends. As with many things, Thais know that behaviour in the West is different to Thailand so you won’t be chased out of town for holding hands with your partner but resist the temptation to do so inside temple grounds.

Don’t sunbathe nude. This is offensive to most Thai people although nobody is likely to say anything to you if you do so.

Don’t touch a Thai person’s head or ruffle their hair. Apologise if you accidentally touch somebody’s head. There are exceptions to this standard of behaviour; for example, it doesn’t apply to lovers in the privacy of their room. Thai people will also sometimes pat a child on the head, but as a Westerner, it’s best not to do this to any child to prevent any embarrassment.

Don’t place your feet on the table while sitting, don’t point to anything with your feet and don’t touch anybody with your feet.

Don’t raise your voice or lose your temper; try and be Jai yen.

Don’t be offended by questions about age, marital status or what you do for a living. These are subjects that will often come up in the small talk. Of course, you don’t have to answer (especially the question about age), you can just smile and just say it’s a secret or ‘mai bok’ (‘not telling’).

Don’t take Buddha images out of the country. Strictly speaking, it is against the law to take or send Buddha images out of the country unless special permission has been granted. However, this doesn’t mean that stores won’t sell them to you. They will sell them to you, but won’t necessarily tell you about the regulations.

Don’t overstay your visa.


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