Thailand: Bangkok travel agent to 399 €

Posted on March 12, 2012 – 00:00

Thailand: Bangkok travel agent to 399 €

Spa in a luxury hotel

You are travel agents or you know one? Here's an offer that is right for you: four days in Bangkok just 399 Euros.

Situated along the Chao Phraya River, the capital of Thailand is one of the most economically developed cities of south-east Asia and is one of the favorite places for foreign visitors.

Suitable for all types of travelers, from budget travelers to those looking for luxury hotels, Bangkok is the arrival point for anyone who decides to visit Thailand.

You can visit some of the many temples and royal palaces, markets, including the Taling Chan, where vendors with their products are on the boat to soak in the channel Chak Phra in Thonburi, and to Maeklong , held on ' single-track railway line. During the day, then you can reach the greenest areas and pristine, or go to the beach overlooking the Gulf of Thailand.

An agent can take advantage of the offer and an attendant who share the same room, for not more than two agents and two companions for every travel agency.

The prospect of flying in 'exotic Bangkok will come up with many excuses to convince your colleagues to let go.

After a great end of the year 2011 with a +6% in arrivals from Italy, Thailand has started in January with a 2% +: a great reason to go to learn about this destination so fascinating.

The initiative is offered by TAT, the institution of the Thai tourism, with Gulf Air, the national airline of Bahrain, and is valid until 31 May 2012, with the exception of the days around Easter (5-11 April) and the bridge May Day (April 20-May 2).

To book, you need to activate at least 15 days before departure (contacts below).

This includes a scheduled flight from Rome, including taxes, three nights at the four-star hotel Century Park in Superior room with breakfast, transfers from the airport to the hotel and guide in Italian.

Useful info:

Thai Tourism Authority

To book, please contact Discover the World

tel. 02 67077382, email info@discovertheworld-mil.com

Text Giorgia Boitano | Photos Raffaele Meucci

Tags: bangkok , thailand

Source: www.latitudeslife.com

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Chiang Mai/Samui/Phuket/Pattaya, Moving to & fro

2003-10-12 20:00:13 by cl

Taking my second trip to Thailand for 3 weeks during November. Was in BKK and Phuket last time.
This time, arriving in BKK for a couple of days, then I want to go to Chiang Mai, hike in the mountains and take cooking classes, go to Samui, Phuket again, and Pattaya.
I've realized that there are ways to get to these places directly without necessary going through BKK airport each time....y, but at the same time, I want to leave when I'm ready to leave.
I figure I can just keep the number to Thai Air handy (as I did last time I traveled Thailand), go to any local travel agent there, simply book online while there, or, just go straight to the airport.
Does anyone have experience with this? November is the start of the high season, but not sure how busy it'll really be.

I enjoyed Laos alot

2005-03-04 10:48:03 by wat2dowat2do

I went in 2001. Bought a "package" from a Bangkok travel agent that included visa for crossing Thai Laos border up at Chang Rai, a boat trip down the Mekong for a few days, overnight accomodation at a french owned riverbank hotel, meals and dropped us off at Luang Prabang. The travel agent also included air tickets from Luang Prabang back to BKK. Not really an organised package tour, so to speak... wonderful experience, but I would warn against hiking or travelling in the back country or in a small group. Read warnings about land crossings. Stick with an organised tour in a mainstream area.
If you're in the region anyways, tack on a few days in Siam Reap in Cambodia. You can fly in and out of BKK. It was as memorable as Laos for different reasons. (architechure vs the people)

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