A Guide to Various Bangkok Holiday Packages

When one starts to plan a holiday and zeroes in on Bangkok as their holiday destination, finding themselves a holiday package most suited to their requirements would be a piece of cake. One can find an abundance of holiday packages to the extremely popular tourist destination that Bangkok has become over the years. Bangkok is the capital city of the exotic and vibrant country Thailand. And, like all capital cities of various hubs of tourism, Bangkok is easily accessible by air from almost all major cities.

The travel arrangements are crucial to any holiday package and the lack of difficulty in reaching this beautiful destination makes the entire package more appealing and a little more feasible as well. Finding accommodation is the second step to ensure that the holiday package is worth investing in. But, in a city that boasts over 86,000 hotel rooms, one can rest assured that they will get a chic and comfortable bed to sleep in on their visit. Next on the list is the arrangement of seeing the sights and visiting the places that one must not miss at any cost.

Most good holiday packages to the city of Bangkok are sure to include the three finest temples of Bangkok. They are Wat Traimit, Wat Pho and Wat Benjabophit, the foremost of which has a 3 meter high Golden Buddha figure which is made of solid gold and weighs an astronomical 5 tons. Then there is also the visit to the very famous Floating Markets of Bangkok, the most eminent of which is the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. A tour to this market on a boat could cost one anything between 500 to 800 THB (the local currency).

When looking up Holiday packages on a budget, then Bangkok is easily the most feasible exotic locale that one could hope for. Holiday packages start at a very low 15,000 INR. Such packages are inclusive of Return Airfares (Economy Class, excluding taxes), Hotel accommodation for the number of days advertised with breakfast as specified, Single Entry Thailand Visa for tourists and Airport Transfers within Bangkok. The abovementioned base minimum packages are generally offer hotel accommodation at classy and efficient 3-star hotels and resorts. For a few extra thousand rupees, one can upgrade to a 5-star hotel room accommodation and get a few additional perks like trips to the famous temples and other tourist attractions like the Bangkok National Museum, The Grand Palace, Erawan Shrine and the Butterfly Garden.

Packages are designed in ways that leave some time for people to enjoy the city at leisure without a schedule or time constraint. During the free time allotted one can indulge in shopping at the various markets and even buy themselves beautifully crafted souvenirs. An important thing to remember while booking the holiday package is to look for hidden charges. For instance there are service taxes which are not mentioned along with the prices of meals apart from the breakfast. Usually these prices are mentioned in the 'fine print' of the contract.


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