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Bangkok - Pattaya Tour
Bangkok - Pattaya Tour

Duration : 5 days

Starting from : Pratunam Market

Ending at : Koh Phi Phi

Duration : Gay & Lesbian

Overview :

Spend several days at Bangkok’s most fabulous shopping districts and spectacular dining venues, and then three days in exciting Pattaya, splashing in the sea and dancing the nights away!

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Day by Day Itinerary : Day 1 (Bangkok) - Day 2 (Bangkok) - Day 3 (Pattaya) - Day 4 (Pattaya) - Day 5 (Pattaya)


Day 1 : Bangkok


Pratunam Markets

Pratunam Junction is famous for its street markets, bazaar and local vendors. There is a Nai Lert shopping market in Pratunam, which is very popular for local hand-made products from all over Thailand . You can find Thai fine arts, silk, cotton, wood-carvings, silver articles, pottery, leather products, and a lot more over here. The market also provides T shirts, jeans, shoes, calculators, watches, jewelries and souvenirs all at negotiable prices. Additional available is the food center providing tasty Thai, Chinese, and sea food.

Situated at North West Corner of Pratunam are Petchaburi and Ratchaprarop. Whereas, Pratunam it self is situated at Phayathai, Bangkok .

Panthip Plaza

Panthip Plaza is the best place for IT shopping, located at Petchburi Rd in Pratunam district (opposite the Pratunam's City Complex and the Amari Watergate hotel). Over here, you should be worry less of the prices as it provides very reasonable price with extensive range. But the vendors at the plaza can merely speak English. Usually, it opens from 10:00 - 20:30 (every day).

Chatuchak Market

Chatuchak Market is the Worlds Biggest Weekend Market selling practically everything under the sun, from the smallest nails, to foods, trendy fashions, antiques intricate wooden carvings, masks from far-off lands, adorable fluffy dogs, colorful fish of every hue and singing birds.

The market is as huge including 9,000 individual booths filled with every type of wares catching the trends. You can get anything from incense to insects and food stalls in case you get hungry.

It opens only on evening of weekends (Saturdays and Sundays).


Day 2 : Bangkok



MBK is the perfect place for those who love shopping in a market style atmosphere but prefer to do so in air-conditioned comfort. Bargaining is a common issue at MBK. However, you should be careful of the products against imitation such as clothes, watches and others.

The opening hours of the MBK center are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Monday to Sunday. It is situated at Phayathai Road , Bangkok 10330 Thailand . For more details, you can visit or email at or contact at: +66 2 620 9000.

Siam Square

The Siam Square shopping area stretches from Rama 1 Road down to the Chulalongkorn University campus and from Phayathai Road over to Henri Dunant. The area is home to Bangkok 's Hard Rock Cafe and is full of pubs, small shops, restaurants, cyber cafes, fast food outlets, clothing shops, cinemas, books stores.

It is located at Phayathai Road , Bangkok 10400 Thailand . For more information, you can cantact the Tourist office at Tel: +66 2 694 1222.

Central Chidlom

Central Chidlom is considered the flagship store of the Central Department Stores chain. It offers a variety of local handicrafts from all over Thailand , designer fashion, homewares, children's wear, cosmetics, watches and pens, electronic equipment, household appliances, jewelry and gems and leather accessories.

It opens at 10a.m. to 9p.m.daily and located at Ploenchit Road , Bangkok 10110 Thailand . For more information you can contact at +66 02 655 7777

Sirroco @ The Dome

Sirocco approves the Bangkok dining scene in several ways. As the first of the Dome's venues, it generated a lot of buzz simply because so many people were curious to finally see the view from the city's second tallest building, and its highest outdoor balcony.

Sirocco is also one of Bangkok 's best live jazz venues, featuring the vocal styling of international performers six nights a week.

It is situated at 1055 State Tower , Silom Road , Bangrak, Bangkok 10500. For more information, please contact at: +66 (2) 624-9555


Day 3 : Pattaya


Mini Siam

Located at Km. 143 on Highway No. 3 is a wonderland of miniature replicas of such outstanding architectural works as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Democracy Monument , the Bridge over the River Kwai, Prasat Hin Phimai, etc. Replicas of places of world significance are also displayed in the miniworld area. These include the Tower Bridge , Eiffel Tower , the Statue of Liberty and Trevi Fountain. It is open daily from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. Admission fee is 200 bahts. Call (038) 421628, 424232 or (02) 271 1896, 616 1533 for more information.

Tiger Zoo Park at Pattaya

You can discover the local Wildlife Park where you may observe the resident Tigers in their natural surroundings. You may get a chance to feed many of the other animals on site or have your picture taken with the newborn tigers.


The vision is aimed to provide entertainment to clienteles by showing the unique concept of being Thai to foreigners. Instead of presenting a traditional Thai performance where easily found anywhere, a new concept was applied by using a modern style of dance combined with multi-dimension colored laser, lighting and real surround sound system.

ALANGKARN is located on Sukhumvit road 155 KMs, Jomtien, Pattaya with an area of 80 rais. The entire project includes Theatre, Cultural Rostrum and Restaurant. The show times are: 18:30 - 20:30 Hrs; 20:30 - 22:00 Hrs; 20:30 - 22:00 Hrs.


Day 4 : Pattaya


Ko Lan (Coral Island)

Coral Island is an outstanding island and comes closer than most to fulfilling that seductive mental image, we all are seen to have of discovering a remote, perfect, untouched island escape where the sand is pure and white the water translucent the sunsets religiously inspiring and the crowds far away.

Lying about 7.5 kilometers off of Pattaya by a 45-minute ferry or 15 minutes by speed boat ride, the island measures 2 kilometers by 5 kilometers and offers several white sandy beaches, notably Hat Ta Waen, Hat Laem Thian and Hat Thong Long, the latter facing coral reefs. Visitors can choose either snorkeling or viewing the coral from glass bottom boats. Ferries to the island leave South Pattaya pier daily from 10.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Cruises by sailing junks, with lunch provided are also available.

The Pattaya Park

The Pattaya Park at Chomthian features a large water park with giant sliders and a tower with a revolving restaurant, which offers a panoramic view of Pattaya. Visitors can enjoy many instruments, which offer excitement and a great fun. Tel: 0 3825 1201-8 or 0 2579 9612-4, 0 2941 2056.

Tiffany's Show in Pattaya

Tiffany's Show in Pattaya is a spectacular, enjoyable and marvelous show performed by talented and beautiful Tiffany's performers. This is the only show where millions of international visitors from every part of the world come to experience.


Day 5 : Pattaya


Underwater World Pattaya

A new tourist attraction in town is the largest and most modern ocean aquarium in Asia , boasting a 100-meter-long, 6.4-centimeter-thick acrylic pedestrian tunnel through an underwater environment filled with dozens of marine species.

Located just 200 meters south of Tesco Lotus in South Pattaya, the new theme park covers a total area of 12-rai and is housed in a structure similar to a large circus tent.

The aquarium itself houses more than 4,000 marine animals, comprising more than 200 different species from the region as well as some rare creatures from overseas. Top in the Visitors must-see list is the rare shovelnose ray, a hybrid between a shark and a stingray.

Pattaya Elephant Village

You can spend an afternoon entertained by the big tuskers; see them having a bath and how they were once used as a working animal at Pattaya Elephant Village .

The elephant show includes demonstrations of training techniques, bathing, traditional roundup methods and the Glong Sabad Chai Ceremony with a war elephant.