Thailand is a notable south-asian nation situated in the Indochinese landmass. It is a significant vacation spot with its various wonderful sea shores, Buddhist sanctuaries and illustrious houses showing the nation’s rich history. The capital, Bangkok, remains the most visited city procuring the “World’s Best City” acknowledgment for 4 years consecutively! Alongside their inclusion in the ASEAN, the nation has astounding beach resorts cities like Pattaya and Patong.

Best Time To Travel


Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate and for the most part, stays hot and muggy consistently. An ideal place for getting away, Bangkok is close to a year-round destination. Each season has a particular appeal and the city is at its captivating best throughout the year. In any case, the pinnacle season is from November to March when the traveler footfall is especially high. The long periods of March, April, and May are the hottest.


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See & do in Thailand

China Town

Delicious food tasting at Chinatown Food & Walking Adventure in and around the area

Khao Yai

Khao Yai National Park Tour amidst lush green forest of Khao Yai and tasting of tropical fruits such as mangoes & rambutans

Golden Buddha

Grand tour of Golden Buddha, Reclining Buddha, Marble Temple & Gems Gallery

Khao Sok

Khao Sok safari day tour exposed to breath-taking scenery, mountains, lakes and incredible wildlife and natural fauna

Getting around Goa

The modes of transport in Thailand include buses, tuk-tuks, taxis, trains and rentals. Although metro and train commutes are available, buses, air-conditioned buses to minibuses, are inexpensive and widespread. Tuk-tuks are the locally prefered means of travelling, accounting to the famous Bangkok traffic. There are also trolleybuses, great for city tours, that are present all over the country.

Taxi service in Thailand is, to put it simply, colourful. Unless it is a metered-taxi, taxis are not as prefered as, say, motorbike taxis or tuk-tuks, because of the scams that drivers pull. Although taxis are readily available from major tourist spots, it is better to prebook a taxi from the airport and back to ensure fair fares. Tuk-tuks are uniquely Thailand-based but they, and motorbike taxis, are not as convenient as taxis.

Free passes are not available for city tours or transportation but the train and bus ticket fares are feasible.

With an extraordinary traffic scenario, best way to get around Thailand is by renting cars, bikes or scooters. Having the freedom to explore the land at your own pace is made easy with rental agencies like Expert, Hertz, Bangkok Scooter Rental, Big Bike Rental Bangkok and Go Bangkok Tours. The fares may differ but the option to hire a chauffeur to drive you around in the rented vehicle should make the deal better.

Survival Guide

  • The power sockets in Thailand are of type A and C

  • The voltage here is 220 volts at 50 Hz and it is the same as that we have in India
  • Indian appliances will need an adapter to connect to the plug points over here
  • You can get your universal adapters in any electrical appliances shop or can order it on Amazon
  • When traveling to Thailand, it is best suggested to bring an unlocked phone which is not bound to a single carrier.
  • There are three cell networks in Thailand, operated by dtac, AIS and TrueMove
  • We’d however recommend Tsim sim card since it has a good network coverage
  • The basic plan for Tsim starts from 800 Rs ~ 8 days for voice + data
  • The only acceptable currency in Thailand is the Thai Baht.
  • The average cost of one meal/person is 60 THB which is close to Rs.132
  • The expenditure in Thailand for a day per person will be around 150 THB which is about Rs 450 which includes your meal & other personal expenses
  • We’d advise you to carry USDs while traveling to Thailand. On reaching Thailand, you can have these USDs exchanged for Thai Baht.
  • It is not mandatory to carry a health insurance on your trip to Hong Kong.
  • If you plan on traveling during the winter, a flu vaccine is recommended.
  • Drinking tap water is not recommended in Hong Kong. It is better to drink bottled water.
  • In case of any emergency medical assistance during your trip, dial 999 and ask for an ambulance.

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