4 Nights/5 Days
Best time to visit

Day 01:

PHUKET AIRPORT – PHUKET HOTEL (45 Mins / 33 Km approx. one way)

Arrive at Phuket International Airport. Meet our Airport Representative at Meeting Point Exit Gate No 1 – Domestic Airport/ Exit Gate No 3 – International Airport.

After Pick up transfer to Phuket Hotel.

Check-in at the hotel at 14:00 hrs, day free for Leisure.

17:00 hrs Pick up from Phuket hotel transfer to Phuket Fantasea Show with Dinner (SIC)

The Ultimate Nighttime Cultural Theme Park Inspired by Thailand’s rich and exotic heritage, Phuket Fantasy showcases the charm and beauty of Thailand and enriches ancient Thai traditions with the wonder of cutting edge technology and special effects. The result is a stunning 140-acre theme complex, packed with a multitude of activities and entertainment: A Carnival Village with carnivals, games, handicrafts and shopping; a 4,000-seat restaurant offering a grand buffet of Thai and international cuisine; A breath-taking Las Vegas-style theatrical show, where state-of-the-art technology and special effects enhance the beauty of Thailand’s Myths, Mysteries and Magic in a wondrous extravaganza sure to delight everyone. Created at the cost of over 3,500 million Baht, Phuket FantaSea adds a whole new dimension to theme park entertainment, with marvellous attractions not found anywhere else in the world.

Overnight Stay at Phuket Hotel.

Day 02:


Phi Phi Don (the largest of the two) and Phi Phi Lay. Phi Phi Lay, with its only beach, tucked away, is amazingly picturesque. Maya Beach was the recent site for the filming of the movie “The Beach”.

07:30 hrs Pick up from your Hotel

08:30 hrs Departure from Rassada Port Phuket 

10:00 hrs Arrival in Phi Phi Don (transportation port) 

12:00 hrs Sightseeing around Phi Phi Lay, Loh Samah Bay, Pileh Bay, and Viking Cave 

12:30 hrs Buffet Lunch After lunch free time at Leisure on the beach 

14:30 hrs Departure from Phi Phi to Phuket 

16:15 hrs Arrival Rassda Port Phuket 

17:00 hrs Arrive at your hotel after a pleasant trip 


* National park Entry fees @ THB 400 per person not compulsory but need to be paid if a guest wants to opt for Snorkelling.

*All times are approximately very occasionally weather conditions may cause the program to be changed without prior warning.

Overnight Stay at Phuket Hotel.

Day 03:

DEPARTURE PHUKET HOTEL – KRABI HOTEL(2 hrs 30 mins / 163 Km approx. one way)

Check out from Phuket Hotel and transfer to Krabi Hotel by Private Vehicle or Seat In coach.

Day free for Leisure.

Overnight Stay at Krabi Hotel.

Day 04:


Enjoy a full-day tour from Krabi by hopping around the beautiful significant islands by a speedboat. Visit the islands of Koh Poda, Chicken Island, Tup Island and Phranang Cave Beach. Take some time to swim and snorkel in beautiful and relaxing places.

Note: National Park fees compulsory @ THB 400 per person.

Overnight Stay at Krabi Hotel.

Day 05:

KRABI HOTEL – KRABI AIRPORT (30 Minutes / 24 km. approx.) 

Check out from Krabi hotel Transfer to Krabi Airport by private vehicle.

Fly back to your home country with beautiful memories.


    • Phuket Fantasea Show
    • Phi Phi Island by Big Boat with Lunch
    • Full day Krabi 04 Island tour by Speed boat with lunch box

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.



Payment Terms:

  • After confirmation of any Package request: 50% of tour package cost required immediately to book all the respective services.
  • 07 days prior to arrival date: 100% of tour package cost required.
  • All payments must be notified by e-mail format only with attached transaction details.
  • Payment terms are subject to change at the time of booking as per Hotel Policy and High Season.
  • We will not entertain any credit facility.

Cancellation Policy:

  • All cancellations must be made in e-mail format only.
  • Any cancellation at 45 Days prior to arrival date – No charge
  • Any cancellation between 45 Days – 30 Days prior to arrival date: 25% of tour fare charge
  • Any cancellation between 30 Days – 15 Days prior to arrival date: 50% of tour fare charge
  • Any cancellation between 15 Days – 10 Days prior to arrival date: 75% of tour fare charge
  • Any cancellation less than 10 Days: 100% of tour fare charge.