IntroductionBangkok is Thailand’s capital city, the largest and the most populous city in the country, often known as the land of smiles. Bangkok is not only the world’s top tourists destination cities, it is also one of Singaporeans’ favourite tourist site that is filled with resplendent temples, floating markets, scenic canals, flowering tropical plants and beaches. The beauty of Bangkok is the clash of tradition, modernity and the contrasts with action at every turn.Bangkok is Thailand’s administrative, economic, and cultural centre, as well as a major commercial and transportation hub for South-east Asia. One visit to Bangkok is seldom enough as it is a city that will whet the appetite of those with an inquisitive nature and a thirst for adventure. It’s also a great place to try amazing regional Thai and international cuisine.
There are unending contrasts around every corner, Bangkok is truly unique. Through our package tour, our travellers would be able to learn more and indulge in Thailand’s cuisine and culture.Theme Of Packaged TourConsidering the March season in Thailand, it is the hottest season where the sun is mostly up all day and it is when summer takes place. Therefore, In addition, holding the tour during the March holiday is a pretty great deliberation as it brings an opportunity for the people to have a short getaway from their reality, such as work and school. Furthermore, it is not simply just a “short getaway”, but supplementary on strengthening and building up the closeness of relationship within the families including couples.Description of attractionsAmari Watergate Bangkok HotelAmari Watergate Bangkok is a five star hotel which is conveniently located close to all of Bangkok’s main shopping areas, as well as being at the very heart of the main business district. A 34-storey modern hotel has a wide selection of both executive and corner suites, grand deluxe and deluxe rooms, including both interconnecting and disabled rooms available for the convenience of larger group of family travellers.
With a total of 569 spacious deluxe rooms and executive suites that are all well-equipped for both business executives and leisure travelers to stay in. Moreover, All rooms feature both broadband and WIFI internet access, 24-hour CCTV located around the hotel, electronic locking systems and safe box in the room to maximise the safety and security of our guests.Providing various facilities such as swimming pool with jacuzzi, sun deck, children’s pool, Breeze Spa & Salon, recreation and relaxation areas. People who are regularly involved in physical activity does not have to worry as the hotel also has squash courts, cardiovascular room, gymnasium, sauna, aerobics and work-out studio and steam rooms.
Chatuchak Weekend MarketThe Chatuchak Weekend Market is one of the world’s largest weekend markets cover 27 acres that are divided into 27 sections, containing more than 15, 000 booths selling goods from every part of Thailand. The area is also the best known for the largest market in Asia. Chatuchak Weekend Market is a very popular shopping centre to people living in Thailand and has become a popular place to tourist and foreigners who stay in Bangkok.Chatuchak attract many families and those looking for convenient escape from downtown Bangkok. What’s more, a multitude of transport options make Chatuchak very easy to access.
The good thing is the market is well organised and there are maps available for easy reference, plus the main thing to bear in mind is that the market had been divided into sections for differing types of goods sold there.Free maps are available from the information kiosks that are scattered throughout the market, but general guild of items you can buy are divided into 11 categories, and sections you can buy them in:Clothing and Accessories – Section 2-6, 10-26Miscellaneous and Used Clothing – Section 2-6, 22, 25, 26Pets and Pet Accessories – Section 8, 9, 11, 13Plants and Gardening Tools – Section 3-4Books – Section 1, 27Art – Section 7Antiques and Collectibles – Section 1, 26Handicrafts – Sections 8-11Ceramics – Section 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 25Furniture and home Décor – Section 1, 3, 4, 7, 8Food and Beverages – Section 2-4, 23, 24, 26, 27Refer to ___ Siam Park CityWith lots of amazing rides that meet the needs for all ages, Siam Park City, also known as Suan Siam, is Thailand’s largest amusement park and waterpark located at Bangkok. It is simply divided into five zones specifically – Small World, Fantasy World, Family World, X-Zone and the Water Park.
Operating for 365 days yearly, it is the 38th year of operation as of 2018. Siam parkYaowarat ChinatownYaowarat, Bangkok’s Chinatown, is the World’s most renowned street food destination and the local favorite dining district, as well as being one of the oldest areas in Bangkok, Yaowarat is certainly one of Bangkok’s most vibrant neighborhoods, Chinatown throbs and bustles, and is one of the city’s best locations for walking, due to its narrow lanes, lack of traffic, and charming old shophouses and active street side community. From temples to shopping arcades to the staggering array of good food, Chinatown should be a must on everyone’s Bangkok itinerary.
Discover the sophisticated flavors of Bangkok’s 200 years old community that is rich with Thai-Chinese tradition ; delicious food. There are many things in which you can see in Chinatown, large variety of food to choose from as well. Thais from different origins would also find it difficult to navigate themselves around Yaowarat. The temples and shrines are always busy but are excellent places to go to during festival times as they are often jammed with worshippers making merit. Chinese New Year being one of the best times, as is the Vegetarian Festival.
Chinese food is the reason why people go to Chinatown, whether it be for splurges on sharks fin or bird nest soup, abalone, or some of the freshest and largest crab or prawns in the city.During festive periods, being in Chinatown will allow you to check out the traditional Chinese opera performances that will be taking place around the various shrines and temples. Performers spends hours doing their makeup and getting into their characters for their long performances that are very local and an excellent insight into the traditional Chinese culture in Bangkok.The Grand PalaceThe Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the kings official Siam. The Palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand. Rather than being a single structure, the Grand Palace is made up of numerous buildings, hall, pavilion set around open lawns, garden and courtyards.
Within the palace complex are several momentous buildings including Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), which contains the small, very popular and greatly appreciate Emerald Buddha that dates back to the 14th century.A strict dress code applies. The Grand Palace with The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is Thailand’s most sacred site.
Visitors must properly dressed before being allowed entry to the temple. Men must wear long pants and shirts with sleeve no tank tops. If you’re wearing sandals or flip-flops you must wear socks (in other words, no bare feet) as for the women must be similarly modestly dressed. No see-through clothes, abre shoulders, etc. If you show up at the front gate improperly dressed, there is a booth near the entrance that can provide clothes to cover up you properly.
Wat PhoFamed for its giant reclining Buddha that measures 46 metres long and is covered in gold leaf. It’s an easy ten minutes walk between Wat Pho and Grand Palace. This is also a great place to get a traditional Thai massage. Wat Pho is often considered the leading school of massage in Thailand. Wat Pho was the first public university in Thailand, specialising in religion, science and literature. It is now more well-known as a centre for traditional massage and medicine.
After a walk around the temple there is nothing quite like a relaxing foot or head and shoulder massage. Baiyoke Sky Observation DeckBaiyoke Tower is an aging hotel built in Thailand in 1998, and is an attraction and shopping complex all in one. Baiyoke Tower, the second tallest building in the city, is a skywalk with large viewing windows on the 77th floor and a revolving rooftop observation deck on the 84th floor. People do not need to fly their drone up with this tower’s existent because the photos that can be taken there are easily on par with pictures taken using a drone. There is also a famous Pratunam market with thousands of shops all selling clothing and garments in the area where the tower stands.
Departure and PriceFlight ticket prices are also scouted to find the most reliable and affordable flight ticket available. Scoot Tigerair is one of the local airline in Singapore that was established on the 1st November 2011. A low-cost airline that make flights to dozens of countries such as Southeast and Northeast Asia. Thus, we have decided to go with the Scoot Tigerair airline, an International Flight, for the 3 days 2 nights summer vacation tour to Bangkok, Thailand. A round trip flight to and fro between Singapore Changi Airport ? Suvarnabhumi Airport / Don Mueang Airport, with flight ticket prices are $280.
98 per person for a two-way flight. Price of the tickets includes baggage and meals in the duration of the flight. Moreover, a full 3 days of travel insurance will come together with the flight tickets in case of any emergency throughout the summer vacation at Bangkok, Thailand for the safety of the travellers. With a travelling duration of 2 hour 25 minutes at a distance of 1410 km.Air TicketDEPART on 16 March 2018SINGAPORE – BANGKOK (SUVARNABHUMI)Flight number : TR 606Time: SIN 0930 Arrival: BKK 1055RETURN on 18 March 2018BANGKOK (DON MUEANG) – SINGAPOREFlight number : TR 606Time: SIN 0930 Arrival: BKK 1055Price BreakdownDEPARTCostTicket$118.06FlyBagEat*$41RETURNTicket$96.92FlyBagEat*$41TOTAL$280.98*20kg check-in baggage (Sum of the length, width and height should not exceed 158cm (62 inches))*Meal, drink and snack