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Greetings from JOLLY HOLIDAYS!!!
Welcome to Thailand!!!!
Day 01 – India to Bangkok to Pattaya
Welcome to your JOLLY HOLIDAYS tour of Thailand!!! Orient's most fabled city. Arrive at the
Suvarnabhumi International Airport. After clearing Customs & Immigrations you will be met by our
local JOLLY HOLIDAYS representative next to the ATTA Counter and transferred to Pattaya hotel on
Coach Basis. Check In at the Hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure or takes Alcazar show (Optional Tour).
Overnight at your hotel, Bangkok.
Day 02: Pattaya
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Today you will be picked up for a speedboat ride to the Coral Island
Upon arrival you will be treated to a spectacular view of the island's coral reef on board a glass
bottom boat, after a sumptuous seafood lunch. The rest of the day is free for you to simply laze on
the sandy beaches or take a dip in the turquoise blue waters. For the more adventurous indulged in
parasailing, water scootering or skin diving. Return to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel, Pattaya.
Day 03: Pattaya to Bangkok
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Check out of the hotel. Today you will be picked from your hotel lobby
for your transfer to the Bangkok Hotel. Check in at the hotel. Evening will proceed to shopping.
Overnight at the hotel, Bangkok
Day04:Bangkok to India
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Today enjoy a morning Half Day City & Temple tour of Bangkok,
resplendent in all of its fascinating culture! Thailand has over 26,000 temples or Wats (local name).
As an introduction to Bangkok, drive across the city where old & new, classic & modern, match &
contrast one another. This tour will bring you to three of the most distinguished temples in Bangkok.
Wat Trimitr, the temple of the Golden Buddha. The statue is made from solid Gold weighing 5.5tons.
It is a fine example of Sukhothai art and was discovered by chance from a layer of stucco during
construction of the temple. Passing through Chinatown your next stop is Wat Po, the temple of the
reclining Buddha which is the largest and oldest in Bangkok. Your last stop is at Wat Benchamabopit
or the marble temple. Evening will transfer the Airport.
Accommodation for 2 nights in Bangkok at star hotel
Accommodation for 2 nights in Pattaya at star hotel
Daily Buffet Breakfast at the hotel
Coral Island with Lunch in Pattaya on seat in coach basis
All transfers on coach basis
Thailand Tour Package Starts from 5500 per Person
Overview of Thailand
Thailand is the world's 51st-largest country in terms of total area, with an area of
approximately 513,000 km2
(198,000 sq mi),
Thailand experienced rapid economic growth between 1985 and 1996, and is presently
a newly industrialized country and a major exporter. Tourism also contributes significantly to
the Thai economy.
Thailand exports an increasing value of over $105 billion worth of goods and services
About Thailand -- Bangkok
Bangkok is one of the world's most exciting cities. Visit the magnificent temples, palaces and
museums. Cool out in the parks. Savour the lively nightlife. Plunge into the shops. Gorge on the
wonderful Thai cuisine. Take a trip down the Chao Phraya River, the enchanting 'River of Kings'.
Founded in 1782, Bangkok is a young city that constantly changes, constantly fascinates. The Thais
call it Krungthep, the city of angels. Visitors just call it one of the great experiences.
Bangkok is an intricate puzzle of a place, with layer after iridescent layer of mystery, conundrum,
and paradox. Capital of the Kingdom of Thailand, it is an adrenalized metropolis of ten million
people, with towering glass and concrete skyscrapers, rooftops bristling with television antennas,
and probably the most spectacular traffic jams on earth. And it is a holy city, studded with splendid
temples, shrines, and monasteries, haunted and blessed by thousands of gods, ghosts, and angels.
Because the city has no real geographical core, no central point a visitor can navigate from, perhaps
a good way to explore it is by historical periods. Bangkok is relatively young as Asian cities go-about
two centuries old-but its cultural heritage extends back to the founding of the original Thai
monarchy in the 13th century, and far beyond that, into the ancient underworld of ritual and myth
that lies beneath the surface of everyday life in modern Thailand.
This is a Buddhist nation, but it has delightfully variegated the faith, combining Theravada, the
oldest, most traditional school of Buddhism, with Hinduism and native Thai animism. At
Bangkok's wats, or temples, you see this vibrant, convoluted spiritual world in all its living glory.
Surrounded by gilded gods, golden spires, and ritual objects of every size and description, the
Emerald Buddha looms over the central chamber, seated on his own elaborately tiered gilt
mountain, with a delicate spiked parasol of gold above his head. The Buddha's flesh glimmers like
moonlight, twinkles like a star in the shadows. There is real magic, real power here that the
incredible agglomeration of art and architecture in the rest of the wat somehow misses. Sometimes,
less is more.
Everyone who has spent much time in Bangkok seems to have a favorite Wat. Wat Arunhas its cool
riverside porcelain monuments; Wat Pho, its 145-foot-long Reclining Buddha; Wat Traimit, a 10-
foot-high Seated Buddha of solid gold. My favorite is the Wat Saket, situated on the Golden Mount,
a century-old concrete mountain that towers 254 feet above the city. That may not sound like much,
but on the dead-flat plains of Bangkok-just slightly above sea level-it is something out of a dream, a
miniature alp floating on high like a mirage.
There was a sense of timeless calm within those walls, but there was vitality, too. Most of young
monks would leave the temple after about three months and return to the secular world outside.
Spending two months-a period describes as blissful-in a monastery, they would get jobs, marry, and
raise families. But they would never completely lose the peace, the transcendent wisdom they had
found in that magical place.
The effects of the monastic experience, common to almost all-young Thai men and many young
women, are palpable. Thais are tough folk-if you harbor any doubts, just watch a local kick boxing
match or check out the paratroops that guard Chitaladda Palace.
Now to Bangkok's earthier, more worldly side. If two terms sum up the Thai attitude to everyday life,
they are "Sanook-Have a good time," and "Mai pen rai-Never mind." The city's carefree attitude is
manifest in myriad shopping centers, bazaars, hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, massage parlors, and
Always the unexpected, the revelation, the happy surprise, the pearl in the oyster. Even the city's
name. Bangkok means "Village of the Wild Plum", from a small trading settlement on the banks of
the Chao Phraya River, long since swallowed up by the mushrooming metropolis. The authentic
name, the one Thais use, is Krungthep-"City of Angels." But even that is only an abbreviation of the
real name, which is, in fact, in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest place-name on
earth: "Great City of the Angels, Supreme Repository of Divine Jewels, Great Land Unconquerable,
Grand and Prominent Realm, Royal and Delightful Capital City, Full of the Nine Noble Gems, Highest
Royal Dwelling Place and Grand Palace, Divine Shelter and Living Place of Reincarnated Spirits."
About Thailand --- Pattaya
Pattaya is Thailand's premier beach resort and annually attracts hundreds of thousands of pleasure
seeking tourists from all over the world. Pattaya's relaxing tropical ambience is perfect for a
memorial holiday experience for families, couples and single visitors.
Up until about thirty years ago, Pattaya was little more than a fishing village. American GI's from
bases in Nakhon Ratchasima 'discovered' the beach, resulting in it becoming an R 'n' R spot during
the Indo-Chinese wars. Over the years it has developed into the full scale international resort that it
Pattaya beach touches the shoreline in a 4 km long arc. The southern beach is well renowned for its
night-time activities. The streets alive to the hustle and bustle of the entertainment halls, crowded
bars and restaurants. The northern beach is more sedate, well for Pattaya. A few kilometres south of
Pattaya is the beach of Jomtien, with a cleaner beach and a cleaner reputation. A full range of water
sports, along with equipment to hire can be arranged at many places both at Pattaya
For those of a more sporting nature, indoor or outdoor, Pattaya has the facilities for a whole range
of sports that cater for all ages, and all levels of physical exertion. There are bowling alleys, snooker
halls, archery and several of the leading hotels have tennis courts. For those wanting to tone their
bodies for the beach, there are several gyms and fitness centres around the town. More fun sports
are also available; go-karting, parasailing and paintballing skirmishes.
Golfing enthusiasts can challenge the greens at nearby international courses. Of course there are
also the usual water-borne activities to enjoy as well. Although it is more associated with its
debauched patrons, it is more than fast food restaurants and A go-go bars. It is not just a Patpong-
sur-le-mer: it has amenities for the whole family to enjoy. With theme parks, water parks,
amusement arcades and many of the leading hotels having 'childrens clubs' to keep the kids
entertained, the whole family can find something to enjoy in Pattaya.
Along with all this, a wide variety of accommodations, restaurants, and entertainment all help to
make Pattaya one of Thailand's prime tourist attractions.
Pattaya is 140 Kilometres by road from Bangkok. There is a motorway that runs from Bangkok to
Chonburi and a new dual carriage way road from Chonburi to Pattaya. Unfortunately it can take an
hour or more to get from the airport to the start of the motorway so many drivers will
choose to use the Bang Na Expressway which passes by the airport and now goes all the way to
Chonburi. The fastest way by road is to take the Bang Na Expressway, turnoff at the Bangkok -
Chonburi Motorway exit. Turn right on to the Motorway and then follow the signs to Pattaya.
Following this route I've completed the journey in less than 1 hour 30 minutes.
Thailand has a tropical climate with three seasons:
Hot (March-June), Rainy (August-October) and Cool (November-
It is hot all year round, there is little difference between the hottest and
coolest months, and average temperatures are around 27? C. Pattaya's
coastal location means more breezes than say Bangkok and the rain tends
to come in short and heavy bursts rather than prolonged over days, but
no matter when you come, you'll have a good time.