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Koh Samui & Bangkok Splended Thainland Holiday

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First Day: Arrival to Koh Samui

Arrival at Koh Samui Airport. Meet & Greet at the airport. After check-in, guests are free to move out on their own to explore the city.Overnight in Koh Samui
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Second Day : Koh Samui Half Day City Tour

The day begins with a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel. Post-breakfast, guests are taken out for a half-day sightseeing tour of the city to explore the beauty of Koh Samui. The tour starts from Big Buddha, followed by visit to Grandma & Grandpa Rocks, originally called Hin Ta and Hin Yai, the waves crashing on the rocks offer an interesting take on nature’s way of reminding humanity of their origins. The next stop is at the Wat Kunaram where guests pay regards to the mummified monk, followed by trip to Namuang waterfall, also called the Purple Waterfalls.Overnight in Koh Samui
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Third Day: Siam Niramit With Dinner & Transfer to Bangkok

After some authentic Thai delicacies, it is time for guests to depart for the Airport to catch a flight for the most happening cities in the world - Bangkok. The city that never sleeps awaits guests to have a gala time. Arrival at the Bangkok International Airport. Check-in. Guests are free for the day to discover the magic of the city themselves.Siam Niramit with Dinner and Transfer Next on the list is to unwind at the Ratchada Road to witness the Siam Niramit show. The local Thai food here leaves guests enchanted. The village is home to incredible handicrafts and art displays such as cloth weaving, pottery, carved vegetables among others, all available for sale. The best place to buy some souvenirs. The show narrates the stories from the Siamese history of myths, legends, folklore and festivals that will bring guests closer to Thailand’s culture. Rich in history and wide in scope, these shows stimulate one’s imagination by utilizing the latest technology to generate spectacular special effects. Guests get the chance to spend the night in ever-illuminated Bangkok, go around the city for walks, eat some amazing street food and let the city charm them.Overnight in Bangkok
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Fourth Day: Bangkok Half Day City & Dinner Cruise Tour

After a satiating breakfast at the hotel, guests leave on a half-day sightseeing tour to explore the three of the most revered Buddhist temples in the city. Starting from Wat Trimit, a precious Golden Buddha, ornamented with 5 ½ tons of solid gold. Followed by, Wat Po, one of the most opulent temples in Bangkok, the Reclining Buddha and the Chedis of the Kings. Finally, visit the Wat Benjamaborpitr the White Marble Temple, an architectural miracle comprising of extensive finials and stepped roofs. The tour will end with a visit to the remarkable jewelry store Gems Gallery. Return back to hotel. Guests who wish to go on a cruise on the Chao Phraya River on a paid basis can contact us for arrangements.Overnight in Bangkok
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Fifth Day: Departure

After an eventful night at Bangkok, it is time for guests to checkout of the hotel and depart. Guests are driven back to the Bangkok International Airport to catch the flight back home.

Koh Samui & Bangkok Splended Thainland Holiday

AED3900 AED3599 per person

CITY OVERVIEW

 

  1. KOH SAMUI – 2 NIGHTS

Koh Samui is a picturesque island situated on the eastern coast of Kra Isthmus. The second-largest island of Thailand is home to deciduous rainforest, mountainous trails, palmy beaches lined with rich coconut spinneys. An amalgamation of nature’s finest gifts to being an architectural miracle — Koh Samui provides a route to the 12 meters tall golden Big Buddha statue located at Wat Phra Yai Temple.

 

  1. BANGKOK – 2 NIGHTS

Adorned with a combination of impeccable shrines and happening nightlife, Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, is a vibrant destination. It also happens to be pulsating with a network of extensive canals, originating from Chao Phraya River, flowing by the ebb of Rattanakosin royal district. When in Ratanakosin, guests will tour the palatial Grand Palace and its extended sacrament Wat Phra Kaew Temple. Near the temple, one can witness the colossal statue of reclining Buddha. Opposite the towering statue, steeply-stepped Wat Arun Temple is based, a reminder of Khmer’s glorious rule in Thailand.

 

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Country

Thailand

Visa requirements

Visa in not needed Emirati locals or for EU citizens. Everyone else need a visa.

Languages spoken

Thai

Curency used

Thai Bhat

Area (km2)

513,120 km<sup>2</sup>

  • Destination
  • Departure
    DXB, AUH
  • Departure Time
    Traveler Choice
  • Return Time
    Traveler Choice
  • Dress Code
    Any
  • Round-trip economy-class air tickets.
  • Hotel accommodation for 4 nights at designated hotels on CP plan (inclusive buffet breakfast).
  • Both ways airport transfers
  • 2 Half-day sightseeing tours of Koh Samui and Bangkok with on-tour assistance.
  • All applicable flight and hotel taxes, as per itinerary.
  1. Meals that are not part of the Koh Samui & Bangkok Package.
  2. Fees pertaining to procurement of Visa and travel-related insurance.
  3. Local transportation charges that is not part of the package.
  4. Early check-in charges.
  5. Ticket charges/entrance fees at monuments, parks, museums and other tourist sites.
  6. Guides fees, if hired by guests direct, over and above the one included in the package.
  7. All miscellaneous personal expenses at the hotels in Kuala Lumpur and elsewhere pertaining to housekeeping, food & beverage, telephone calls, etc.
  8. Tips paid to drivers, hotel staff and the guide.
  9. Mandatory F&B rates applicable for special events like New Years’ and Christmas Eve; dinner and show at Siam Niramit and Manohra Chaophraya Dinner Cruise.

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