Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Thailand

Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Thailand


Looking for tour packages from Sri Lanka to Thailand? Visit Thailand for your holidays from Sri Lanka with Olanka Travels and explore the diverse culture, rich history, exotic locations and the most breathtaking landscapes in Thailand.


Bangkok


Bangkok


The bustling capital of Thailand, you’ll arrive in the colourful city of Bangkok. Visit the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, take a scenic cruise along the Chao Phraya River, visit museums and historic buildings or simply shop until you drop from the endless variety of shopping outlets in the city; whether night markets, shopping malls or floating markets. Buy your souvenirs, treat your tastebuds to a mouthwatering variety of local cuisines and immerse yourself in the vibrant nightlife. Asiatique the Riverfront is one of the most popular locations for shopping, dining and taking in the night life.


Phuket (Must Included in Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Thailand)


Phuket


For your next adventure after exploring Bangkok, drive down to Phuket. An island idyllically floating in the Andaman Sea, Phuket is a rocky, mountainous,rainforested hub that’s thriving with Sri Lanka wildlife, exotic beaches, seaside resorts and restaurants and a handful of nightclubs and bars. The blue waters make it the ideal destination to lie in during the day while dancing the night away with a tropical cocktail under a sea of stars. The waters off Phuket are ideal for snorkelling and diving as there is a rich ecosystem of coral reef and marine life. Other attractions in Phuket to visit are the Big Buddha statue and the Wat Chalong Buddhist temple complex. The Big Buddha statue is a massive iconic structure towering to a height of 45 metres and is one of the most revered landmarks as it watches over the city. Once you get here, you can enjoy sprawling views of the island.


Chiang Mai


Chiang Mai


Located in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a mountainous city and was once an ancient kingdom in 1558. The old city is mostly known to be a religious and cultural hub as it has over hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples, some stemming way back from the 14th century like Wat Phra Singh. As you explore the rich religious side to Thailand in Chiang Mai, you’ll come across other temples like Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Wat Chedi Luang, Doi Suthep, Wat Chiang Man and numerous other temples and significant places of worship. Jungle trekking is a common activity in Chiang Mai due to its rugged outcrops that thrive with flora and fauna; you’ll also visit a tribal village during your cruise.


Koh Samui


Koh Samui


The second largest island in Thailand, Koh Samui is made up of golden beaches, coconut groves and lush rainforests with towering mountains. Owing to its tropical, paradisiacal location, Koh Samui has become a popular and loved tourist destination with a number of luxury resorts and hotels opening up along the coast. Koh Samui is noted for its 12m state of Lord Buddha; made of gold at Wat Phra Yai. Beach lovers will enjoy the nearby beaches of Lamai and Chaweng, on the eastern coast of the island as it’s thriving with life; whether during the day or night. Take a day trip to the northern Ang Thong Marine National Park to enjoy snorkelling or diving; two of the most popular activities here due to the rich marine ecosystem.


Phi Phi Islands


Phi Phi Islands


Phi Phi Islands and its white, pristine beaches rose to fame after the movie The Beach hit cinemas in 2000. Ever since, tourists have been flooding to the islands to get a piece of heaven that was featured in the British-American film. The islands are located between Phuket and the Straits of Malacca coast of Thailand. Ko Phi Phi is the largest island and the most popular with visitors. Other islands are smaller in comparison; such as Bamboo Island and Bida Nati. You can reach these islands by long-tail boats or speed boats. While there are several islands to choose from during your holiday, make it a point to stop at one of these as well; Maya Bay, Koh Phi Phi, Bamboo Island and Ton Sai Beach. As you’ll be spending a majority of your time exploring the sandy coasts and snorkelling through the tropical waters, make sure you’re always hydrated and have applied sunscreen before heading out.


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Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Bangkok

Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Bangkok


Are you planning a holiday from Sri Lanka to Bangkok? and looking for tour packages from Sri Lanka to Bangkok?Travel to the bustling city of Thailand with Olanka Travels. Located in Southeast Asia, Bangkok is a thriving hub for entertainment, shopping, leisure, culture and religion. Here’s a quick guide on what you must do and see when you’re on holiday in Bangkok to get a fulfilling experience of the colourful city.


Day 1


Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Bangkok


After you check into your hotel, use a few minutes to take in your surroundings and the different culture of Bangkok before exploring the city. Thailand is roughly 4 hours from the island of Sri Lanka and the city of Bangkok resembles that of Colombo in a number of way; from congestion to overflow of sounds and smells. Before you leave your hotel, make sure to carry water bottles and ensure your valuables are stored safely.


Day 2


Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Bangkok


Now that you’ve got your bearings down, you can easily explore the city limits. Start off with the most popular places to visit in Bangkok, like the Wat Pho; the largest statue of the reclining Buddha. The statue is 15 metres tall and 46 metres long, and covered in gold leaf. Next on your list should be the Grand Palace; another significant landmark in the city. The Grand Palace used to be the residential palace for the king before the government used it to carry out their duties. Within the palace, you’ll come across several stunning buildings and structures like the Wat Phra Kaew; also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which is known to have the iconic statue of the emerald Buddha from the 14th century. Wat Arun is another temple you should add to your list. Also referred to as Temple of the Dawn, it is made of colourful decorated spires, towering over 70 metres in height, and glistens over the famous Chao Phraya River. The temple is believed to look the most spectacular at sunset. Head back early to your hotel after a quick bite of local cuisine; either from a restaurant or a street vendor.


Day 3


Tour Packages from Sri Lanka to Bangkok


Spend your third day in Bangkok, immersing yourself in a delightful shopping experience. Bangkok has a number of local markets and shopping malls for you to stroll through. Do keep in mind that these places can get quite congested. If you’re exploring the city during the day, you can even visit one of the night markets that are usually open till the early hours of the morning to get your shopping done. Another type of market in Bangkok is the floating markets. Along the numerous khlongs, you’ll find floating markets selling a variety of produce from fresh seafood, local snacks, fresh fruits and vegetables and a variety of other local delights. Some of the highly recommended ones are the Chatuchak market, Pratunam market, Asiatique The Riverfront, Taling Chang floating market and Damnoen floating market.


Day 4



Next on your list is a cruise along the Chao Phraya River; also known as the River of Kings. A boat ride which consists of a dinner usually is one of the best ways to witness the beauty of the temples and palaces around the city. From Wat Arun and the Grand Palace to Jim Thompson House and Erawan Shrine, you can visit these and more! Along the river, you can also stop by several floating markets or night markets like Asiatique the Riverfront for some shopping and a cultural performance. Asiatique the Riverfront is a vibrant market filled with a variety of things to do, from endless shopping options to Calypso cabaret shows. It’s the ideal place to get your souvenir shopping done as you’ll be able to find everything from handicrafts to clothes and jewelry and souvenirs.


Day 5



Spend your last day in Bangkok sampling the varieties of street food delicacies and exploring the city limits. You can embark on a food tour, visit the local museum, get an iconic Thai massage, stroll through Lumpini Park, head over to one of the many theme parks in the city, catch a sunset from a rooftop bar and head over to Chinatown for street food at the end of the day. Thai massages are unique as they combine a variety of pressure techniques and herbs to ensure you are left completely relaxed and refreshed. It’s a great way to end your holiday in Bangkok! Exploring Bangkok’s nightlife might not be for everyone, but it’s an experience you won’t forget.


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