Best Time to visit and experience Thailand:
Thailand is one of the most famous travel destinations in South Asia. It is one of the most accessible travel destinations. But weather varies throughout the year, so the crowds and prices fluctuate. For the best experience you need to visit Thailand in the most ideal weather, which starts from November till March. Yet some of the paces named Ko Samui, Ko Phangan, and Ko Tao, which is the rainiest from October through December.
If you want to witness winters in the tropical country, you must visit here between November to February. These months are considered the coolest and most comfortable with the average temperatures below 25 degrees. Experience the pristine turquoise waters and the lush greenery from the past monsoon. And the best part of visiting Thailand is form. November till March you can be the part of some amazing Thai festivals and Christmas bustle. But during this season prices go up since it’s the time of festivals and peak season. Also, if you are someone who looks forward to a little calmness and silence then April can be good for you. Its right before the rain starts but it gets a little hotter weather wise. Avoid rainy reasons because it can really affect your plans to explore the island as it becomes restricted during rains. July till September is monsoon. The costs of air fare, hotel accommodation gets really cheaper. That's why its monsoon is considered as the best season for low crowd and to have a relaxing trip where you can watch rains from your villa. August have the most cloudy skies and regular heavy rainfall. September is the wettest and least crowded month. So make sure to research more and according to your priority you can plan, we are always there for you.
Some Key highlights of Nearby places to visit:- Vientiane, Laos. Langkawi, Malaysia. Siem Reap, Cambodia. Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary. Perhentian Islands, Malaysia. Naypyidaw. Phou Khao Khouay National Biodiversity Conservation Area. Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. Pakse.
Core places you must visit during Thailand trip:
Bangkok:- Bangkok is the major hub of Thailand. It is open to all sorts of visitors such as explorers, tourists, honeymoon couples, solo travellers, historians, religious based travellers etc. this place will cater to all sorts of needs. You can explore numerous cultures and traditions in the bustling city of Bangkok. And when in Bangkok make sure to stop at Wat Arun for witnessing peace filled in air itself. Did you know the other name of What Arun, it is ‘Temple of the Dawn’ and it is the most stunning temple in the city. And it has a reason too, the name of the temple is derived from Hindu God Aruna. Another offbeat place is Jim Thompson’s House, which you cannot miss. The reason behind its name is also very interesting. a famous American Spy stayed in Thailand after World War II ended, and revived the lost art in the city. when you look at the building you will be stunned to see the restored beauty of architecture. Next not to miss the place is Lumpini Park. This place is highly recommended to those who are seeking for some serenity and picnic vibes. And the Chatuchak Weekend Market which is a haven for shopaholics which is open from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM from Wednesday to Thursday and 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM From Saturday to Sunday. Make sure to visit for some amazing Thai memos for your friends and families. Lastly we recommend you, Wat Pho, which is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The giant reclining Buddha measures 46 meters long which is all covered in gold leaf is a sight to witness.
Key places to visit In Bangkok:- Floating Market Bangkok, Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise, Bangkok Safari World, Siam Ocean World, Art In Paradise, Siam Park City, Madame Tussauds, Maha Nakhon Observatory, Wat Arun, Chatuchak Market, Wat Pho,Madame Tussauds, Siam Serpentarium,
Chiang Mai:- Chiang Mai is the second most famous and most visited place in Thailand after Bangkok. Once upon a time it was the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. But now the travellers choice is chiang Mai. Taking a note of it, this place has lot of spiritual values and added to some amazing adventure. Those people who come here actually stays here for weeks since it's quite affordable too. This city offers numerous of things to do such as some traditional cooking classes, temple visits, street food, and culture. In the lush green mountains of Chiang Mai, you will get to explore natural perfection, awe-inspiring animals, and unique communities. When in Chiang Mai, do not miss Wat Doi Suthep's central shrine it is buddhist spiritual place. But regardless of background and religion every one can visit here. Visit Doi Pui village, where you an actual learn some new things about the traditional hill tribe home origannly from Thai tribe. You can enjoy a hot bowl of khao soi, Chiang Mai's traditional cuisine with scintillating views from the village. You must hike to Doi Inthanon which is also known as the highest peak in Thailand. If you are not someone into hiking then you can also hire a scooter but we suggest you to take a hike for the most original experiences. For some peacetime you must go for Wat Prasingh which is the most sacred shrine. And lastly, how can not one experience the street delicacies. We suggest you to visit Chiang Mai Gate Market on weekends to try some spicy meat and basil dish.
Key places to visit In Chiang Mai:- Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Doi Inthanon National Park, Wat Chedi Luang, Chang Puak Gate Night Market, Sunday Walking Market, Kat Rin Kham Night Bazaar, Lanna Folklife Museum, Sunday Walking Street Market, Kat Rin Kham Night Bazaar, Lanna Folklife Museum.
Railay:- Railay is nestled on the edge along with the beaches. This place is known for adrenaline junkies and those who are more inclined towards adventure. You can go for some rock climbing under local guidance at Railay Beach and have the adventures of a lifetime. Do you know that Railay beach has Bioluminescent Plankton? We are sure many just came to know while reading this its the waves which glow and cannot be found everywhere. So make sure to go for a romantic evening stroll with your partner. Dining is a great option here to Railay Beach Viewpoint. This place will give you tons of memories and above all its quite affordable. You can even take Thai cooking classes and learn to cook Thai staple delicacies. You must also go for longtail boat ride at Railay Beach. You will be surprised to see the views Surrounded by limestone cliffs and lush green forests. When in Railay you must explore Pranang Cave. Pranang Cave is considered the sacred place which is known for mystery and mythology. The very interesting part is, this cave is dedicated to Phra Nang, who is considered as a princess goddess who was killed in a shipwreck. Also this cave is covered with “lingas' ' which means shiva. Lastly you must visit Tham Phra Nang Nai Cave to witness huge beautiful rock formations.
Key places to visit in Railay:- Longtail Boat Ride, Rock Climbing, Venture to Pranang Cave, Hike to the Railay Beach Viewpoint, Kayaking, Watch Sunset. Explore Tham Phra Nang Nai Cave, Learn to Cook Thai Food, Snorkeling.
Ayuthaya:- We are calling out the history buffs and historians to explore the old Thai capital which is also the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ayuthaya is known as the most beautiful ruined cities in Asia. You must visit Ayutthaya Historical Park to know more about Ayutthaya. This ancient city is surrounded by Menam, Lopburi, and Pasak rivers. And apart from learning and exploring the historic city, you can also get the essence of some westernism. Hire a scooter and drive to old French, Portuguese, British, and Dutch quarters. make sure to visit Wat Chaiwatthanaram which his restored in 1987 and is the most visited place in Ayutthaya Historical Park. This place have huge influence on Buddhism. Wat Phra Si Sanphet is another beautiful temple yet again a historic place to witness the impressive ruins. Wat Mahathat, is another interesting place to visit in Ayutthaya. You can see how the face of a Buddha is peeking out from among the roots at the base of a tree. It was also the secret chamber and there are so many stories linked with it. Wat Na Phra Men is another temple here which you must not miss. it is said that it is one of the temple which successfully escaped destruction by the Burmese. Lastly, Chao Sam Phraya National Museum, you can find here all types of sculptures, golden Buddha statues, gold jewelry and traditional utensils.
Key places to visit in Ayutthaya:- Ayutthaya City Park, Chao Phrom Market, Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit, Wat Suwan Dararam, Wat Lokayasutharam, Wat Ratchaburana, Chao Sam Phraya National Museum, Wat Yai Chai Mongkol Temple, Bang Pa-in Palace, Wat Na Phra Men, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Chedi Phra Sri Suriyothai, Ayutthaya Historical Park.
Phuket:- Phuket is known for beaches, night life, sightseeing and some new adventures. Phuket is Thailand's largest island and is famous for all the appeal. Starting from pristine beaches to spicy Thai cuisine, from snorkeling to many more water sports and adventures. And the best part of Phuket is easy access from Thailand. Make sure to visit Patong, Phuket’s longest beach. You can visit Karon Beach, which is just 15 mins from Patong beach and is less crowded as compared to Patong. And when in Phuket you must visit Phuket Trickeye Museum which is an interactive 3D art gallery and Jui Tui Shrine which is a Chinese temple. seek blessings at Phuket Big Buddha, it is one of the signature and key places to visit in Phuket. Experience the semi-nomadic lifestyle at Rawai village. Wat Chalong should be on your lists, it compiles 29 temples of Phuket. While visiting her make sure to dress yourself fully covered, and do not wear shoes inside the temple, and women must cover their shoulders and knees. Spirituality and adventures goes hand in hand here.
Key places to visit in Phuket:- Patong Beach, Kata Beach, Big Buddha, Trick Eye Museum, Phuket Bird Park, Slip N Fly Phuket, Hanuman World, Fanta Sea, Surf House Phuket, Patong Boxing Stadium.
Local Delicacies you must try:- Thailand is very famous for some scrumptious and mouth watering sea delicacies. And it truly brings joy to the heart and smiles on faces. Because why not, food with a view. Guay Teow (Noodle Soup). Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup). Tom Kha Gai (Chicken in Coconut Soup). Som Tam (Spicy Green Papaya Salad). Yam Pla Dook Foo (Fried Catfish with Green Mango Salad). Yam Talay (Spicy Seafood Salad). Laab (Spicy Salad). Pad Thai (Thai Style Fried Noodles). Pad Phuk Tong (Stir-Fried Pumpkin). Pad See Eiw (Thick Noodle Dish). Khao Pad (Fried Rice). Pad Krapow (Fried Basil). Panang (Thai Curry). Gaeng Keow Wan (Green Curry). Khao Soi (creamy coconut curry noodle soup). Gai Tod (Fried Chicken). Pad Phak (Fried Vegetables). Kai Med Ma Muang (Chicken with Cashew Nuts). Kai Jeow (Thai Omelette). Kao Niew Ma Muang (Mango and Sticky Rice).
Accessible Routes to reach Thailand:- Thailand have 2 International airport one in Bangkok and the another international airport in Phuket. Thailand’s main international airport is Suvarnabhumi International Airport which is located 30km away from Bangkok. All the airlines comes to this airport and if you are looking for Cheapest airlines then you must go for Air Asia and Thai Smile. There are continuous flight to Bangkok are SpiceJet, Air India, and Thai Airways. There are many connecting as well as direct flights you can always reach out to us according to your necessities.
Important documents you must carry:- 1. One must have a Valid passport with minimum 6 months validity, from the date of arrival.
2. One application form.
3. Two colour photos passport size, not older than 3 months. Its preferable to be taken against white background.
4. Photocopy of credit card with original credit card statements of last 6 months.
5. Last 6 months bank statement with original bank seal & a minimum balance of INR 20,000/person.
6. Original currency exchange slips of at least USD 500 (five hundred USD)/person/week with applicant’s name.