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DAY 2 – PHI PHI ISLAND TOUR (B, L, D)
Phi Phi Islands are an archipelago of islands nestled between Phuket and Strait of Malacca. Take an exciting speedboat ride to Ko Phi Phi Lee, the 2nd largest island on the Phi Phi belt. A tour to Viking Cave, Pi Leh Bay and Loh Sama Bay will give a further insight into the island. A stop at Maya Bay where the film ‘The Beach’ was shot will add to the experience of the trip. Enjoy a palatable Indian lunch in a surreal sun, sea and sand backdrop. Later, take a dip in water, soak up the sun or indulge in water sports on your own, at Koh Khai Nai Island. Your tour ends with a return speedboat ride from Phi Phi to Phuket and drop-off at your hotel.
DAY 4 – PATTAYA, CORAL ISLAND TOUR (B, L, D)
Koh Lann (Coral Island) is the best known out of a group of small islands a few miles off the coast of Pattaya. It is popular with day visitors who want to spend a day on a wide sandy beach and do some snorkeling. Koh Lann is a lovely spot catering to all kinds of tourists. Whether you want to laze around on the island’s soft, white sand or get livelier and play a few water sports is up to you. The island offers parasailing, water-skiing and jetskis. Snorkeling and deep-sea diving are recommended off the nearby islands of Koh Krok and Koh Sak, where there is an abundance of coral and undersea life waiting to be discovered.
DAY 5 – AFTER BREAKFAST, CHECK-OUT FROM PATTAYA HOTEL, TRANSFER TO BANGKOK (BY ROAD 02 HRS). CHECK-IN TO BANGKOK HOTEL. BANGKOK CITY TOUR (B, L, D)
This is one of the most popular tours, and it gives guests a rich insight into Buddhism, architecture and the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. Three of the city’s most dazzling temples are visited including: Wat Traimit, this houses the world’s largest solid gold Buddha (5.5 tonnes of precious metal); Wat Pho, this is the oldest temple in Bangkok and houses the Reclining Buddha, a 45-metre-long statue which depicts Buddha entering Nirvana. Wat Pho is also ‘‘Thailand’s first university’’ and houses a wealth of art. It is still an important centre for traditional medicine, such as massage. Wat Trimitr, the Temple of the Golden Buddha – the statue of Buddha is made from solid gold weighting 5.5 tons. It is a fine example of Sukhothai art and was discovered by chance from a layer of stucco during construction of the temple. Drive through China town, Indian town, The Flower Market and the Central business district of Bangkok.
DAY 6 – DEPARTURE FROM BANGKOK (B)
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