If you are planning to visit Thailand this vacation and you are already late to plan one then here is our last minute tour packages to Thailand. Mentioned below are the places to be covered with our last minute tour packages to Thailand; as we understand your zeal of exploring the country we have choose the best out of best to make your last minute tour packages to Thailand a memorable one..!!
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace which holds its aura in Bangkok- the capital city of Thailand was built in 1782 by King Rama I. He built the marvelous palace for him and his royal family, later the palace became the office of Thai Government. The Grand Palace turns out to be the best of all tourist destinations as the palace is a place to know about the culture, art and history of Thailand. In our last minute tour packages to Thailand you will be visiting the Grand Palace after taking a ride over the famous Chao Phraya River. While paying your visit to The Grand Palace makes sure you are dressed properly without revealing any body part because there is memorial of King Rama IX which is very respectable among the Thai Peoples. After The Grand Palace you can pay your worship in the huge and oldest Buddha Temple of Thailand- Wat Phra Kaew.
Jim Thompson House
The Jim Thompson House on the bank of Saen Saeb Canal, Bangkok is the next spot of our last minute tour packages to Thailand. The residence and art collection owned by Jim Thompson who is known as the Thai Silk King has something really witness worthy in his house cum museum. After he was retired from Indian Army, he dedicated his 30 years to revive the Thai Silk and finally ended up in creating fashion houses as well as catwalks in places like Paris, New York, London and Milan. This Jim Thompson House is not just a villa made up with Teak wood but is the entire life and work of Jim Thompson. Visit the museum and witness the dying art of Thai Silk which is still alive in his house.
One of the best scenic places to relax and have some real fun is the Coral Island of Pattaya. Blessed with captivating white beach, crystal clear blue water, dense wood and lots of sportive activities; Coral Island is the place you will love to visit to relish yourself to the fullest..!! Once you are here in the Coral Island then never forget to try your hands on sports like parasailing, jet skiing, banana boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. You could choose any of them and entertain yourself with everything that coral has to give you.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not
Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum of Pattaya is the next tour destination of our last minute tour packages to Thailand because of the distinctive fact it holds in itself which is not found in the other corners of the World. The Museum showcases 300 exhibits in 10 differently themed galleries and the museum is inspired by the book ‘Believe It or Not’ by Robert Leroy Ripley. The museum will challenge your assumption of things you know and things you don’t know.
Ayutthaya Historical Park
The historic blend of ruined temples as well as palaces of Ayutthaya Kingdom is the best place to explore the history of Thai Kings and their Kingdom in our last minute tour packages to Thailand. The historical park of Ayutthaya is having is root on the island which is encircled by three big rivers. Known to be the largest kingdom of Thailand, The Ayutthaya Kingdom was looted and destroyed by the Burmese in the year 1767. Some of the tourist attraction points inside the historical park are Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Mahathat, Wiharn Phra Mongkhon Bopit as well as Wat Phra Ram which also gives the examples of fine Thai art as well as the historic values of Ayutthaya Kingdom.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is one of the five floating markets of Thailand but it is visited more frequently because of its friendly environment. The distinctive thing which allures the globetrotters coming to Thailand is the way venders sells their fruits and vegetables while boating over the narrow cannal. The cute mo hom shirt and straw hat makes the venders too sweet to avoid. One can explore the beautiful market by taking a boat on hire and boat across the huge cannal while buying stuffs from three adjoining markets. The three sub markets are Ton Khem, Hia Kui as well as Khun Phitak which are to be explored for traditional clothes as well as delicious food.