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COVID-19 : THAILAND is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 22 Sep 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to THAILAND?

Entry to Thailand is restricted for leisure travel. Although, India is in talks to introduce air bubble with Thailand and resume travel. rescue flight to Thailand are available from Bhutan, China, Ethiopia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Netherlands, Oman, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, UAE, Vietnam.

  • Wearing face mask is compulsory when you travel on public transport or flights.
  • Social distancing rules to be strictly followed especially in public places and entertainment venues.
  • Wai (Thai greeting) greetings are preferred from a distance of 1 to 2 metres.
  • Wearing masks, using personal serving spoons or utensils, and eating on À la carte basis are suggested for people staying together
  • A certificate of entry is mandatory for every individual and can be obtained from local Thai embassy or consulate. Read more.
  • Passengers are required to possess a negative COVID 19 test certificate or PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure. Read more about other requirements and how to attain the certificate.
  • 14-day mandatory quarantine for people travelling from China, Macao, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, and South Korea.
  • The non-visa-exempt country will additionally require a Thailand Health Declaration Form which you can get from the official website.
Flights

Evacuation flights are operating from Bhutan, China, Ethiopia, Japan 10+ other destinations to Thailand.See more.

Local Transport
  • Public transport options such as buses, trains and taxis are open for local movement.
  • Rattanakosin Island, Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Temple of Dawn, Khao Luang and Kaeng Lam Nam Wa are some of the places which are safe and can be visited on following the guidelines of the local government.
  • Various luxury resorts beaches and hotels in Phuket and Krabi have also reopened and are safe to visit. Thrillophilia recommends you to follow all precautionary measures and guidelines issued by the government & practice personal hygiene to stay safe while travelling to Thailand.
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Thailand will soon be introducing a 90-day long Visa for tourists. The Visa will be extendable to 180 more days and will require an accommodation booking proof for 90 days in the country.Read more.

Thailand reopens borders for selected foreigners Updated: 20 Aug 2020

In its' first phase of reopening to foreigners, Thailand has been reopened for:- Foreigners participating in trade fairs in Thailand- Foreign film crews filming in Thailand- Foreign workers from Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar for food and construction industries- Foreign visitors for medical and wellness services.

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India in talks to resume flights to Thailand soon Updated: 20 Aug 2020

India is currently in talks with 13 nations including Thailand to form bilateral air bubbles. These air bubbles will allow Indian citizens to fly to these countries with proper safety measures in place.Read more.

Entry ban lifted by CAAT for select foreigners Updated: 19 Aug 2020

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has lifted the ban on four types of foreign nationals due to COVID-19- Non-Thai nationals with a certificate of permanent residency, including their spouses and children- Non-Thai nationals who have work permits, including their spouses and children- Non-Thai nationals who have the permission to enter under a special arrangement- Migrant workers whose employers hold permission to bring in workers

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State of emergency extended in Thailand to curb COVID-19 Updated: 19 Aug 2020

Thailand cabinet has extended the State of Emergency for the fourth time till 31 August. The decision was made with an objective to curb the spread of COVID 19 and keep the infection count as low as possible.

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Luxury Resorts in Thailand reopens for domestic tourists Updated: 19 Aug 2020

Luxury resorts like Cape Nidhra and Anantara Hua Hin in Thailand have reopened for domestic tourists.

Aleenta Phuket Resort & Spa reopens with various safety measures in place Updated: 19 Aug 2020

Aleenta Luxury Resort in Phuket has been reopened to tourists with appropriate social distancing enablers and enhanced safety and sanitization protocols to keep the tourists safe.

Thailand prepares to reopen 5 islands to international tourists Updated: 11 Aug 2020

5 islands in Thailand including Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Koh Phangan are being prepared to be reopened to international tourists by August. Many hotels, restaurants and bars have also already reoepend on the islands, reportedly.

The concept of island hopping in Thailand has gained popularity all across the world and for all the right reasons! The country provides immense scope for not just cruising between the islands but also for marine life exploration in crystal clear blue waters, full moon party nights, sea kayaking and endless opportunities of being closest to nature.

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Island hopping is undoubtedly the best way to explore this paradise-like looking country. Be it the alluring landscapes of Krabi or the southernmost tip of Trang, tourists are sure to get surprised discovering both - the conventional and unconventional side of Thailand which have for years provided spectacular experiences to all those who have been here and remain equally promising for years to come.

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Some islands like Koh Phi Phi, Chicken island, Koh Racha, Phang Nga Bay are names every traveler enthusiast in the world would know and have deservingly made it to the go-to list of most!

Phuket Island Hopping Tours

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Ko Phi Phi

Ko Phi Phi

Ko Phi Phi, a small archipelago of six islands is the most beautiful and widely popular tourist destination in Andaman sea. Beautiful bondage of two islands together by a narrow isthmus is something that makes this place this pretty.

The postcard picture-perfect beaches, unending thickets and craggy cliffs of this island have been known for seducing people from all over the world. Often visitors find it a herculean task to detach themselves from the just flawless beauty that this place offers.

Things to Do: While in Phi Phi Islands, you just cannot miss the viewpoint which is around 186m above sea level and allures you with the breathtaking views of the entire region. Relax and unwind yourself at Lane Beach, take a leisure walk in Yao Beach and enjoy some spectacular views at Hin Khao Beach.

Getting There: The best possible way to reach Ko Phi Phi islands is by a ferry from Phuket. Also, Ao Nang, Railay, Krabi Town, Ko Lanta are nearest locations which can be picked up to opt for ferry services to reach out to Ko Phi Phi. Tonsai Pier is the island’s main pier and supports good frequency of boats from all the mentioned places.
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James Bond Island

James Bond Island

James Bond island is a popular landmark in Phang Nga Bay which gained all the attention after being starred in a James Bond movie. This gained the Bay great number of tourists over the years who considered the island a good option for Thailand island hopping.

The distinctive cliff made of limestones, vertically jutting off the emerald water of the island makes for another highlight, absolutely worth visiting here. As James Bond island falls under the national park area, it can be viewed only through boat rides or by reaching a little beach on Koh Ping Ghan.

Things to Do: Island hopping, sunbathing, swimming.

Getting There: The island can be accessed via trips from Phuket or Phang Nga.

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Raya Islands (Koh Racha)

Raya Islands (Koh Racha)

The Racha or Raya islands, some 12 km south of Phuket, are best known as an excellent diving and snorkeling day trip destinations. Racha Yai, however, is quickly developing into a place to stay with a number of bungalow and resort operations springing up in recent years. Spend a day and fall in love with the hidden beauty of the island!

Things to Do: The water here is clear and perfect for snorkeling, even though the bay gets quite busy with visiting boats in the afternoons. The other large bay, Ao Siam, is a pretty place where the visitors can bask in the tropical forest.

Getting There: Long-tail and speedboat transfer is the easiest way to travel from Chalong Pier or Rawai of Phuket, and the trip takes about 45 minutes to more than an hour, depending on the boat speed.

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Similan Islands, Phang Nga

Similan Islands, Phang Nga

Settled at a distance of just 84 kilometers from the town of Phuket, Similan islands have gained popularity across the globe - mainly for being one of the best dive areas in the world, making it among top places to visit in Thailand. The underwater beauty of the coral reef and crystal clear visibility attract tourists from all over the world and make this a must-visit amongst various other Thailand island hopping destinations. These are a total of 9 established islands that offer a lot of scope for explorations for tourists.

Things to Do: 
Scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, swimming.

Getting There: 
Thap Lamu Pier in Thai Muang district of Phang Nga province is the nearest launching point to the islands. However, no regular boat services ply to the Similians. Thus it is advisable to check availability before planning a visit here.

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Phang Nga Bay, Phuket

Phang Nga Bay, Phuket

Phang Nga Bay can rightly be regarded as the hub of limestone islands. The two most famous ones of which are James Bond Island and Koh Panyee where the majority of tourists pay a visit.

Whilst Thailand island hopping, Phang Nga Bay can be on the list of visitors who would like the idea of relaxed time, cruising around the stunning limestone cliffs. Taking a boat ride from the northern end of Phuket is the best way to enjoy the most of this region.

Things to Do: Cruising, sunset watching, sailing, kayaking.

Getting There: Phang Nga Bay has a number of launching sites from where tourists can hire a long tail boat, charter or a speedboat to get around the islands.

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Ko Yao Yai and Snorkeling Lagoons

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Ko Yao Yai and Snorkeling Lagoons

Hidden in an inland sea south of Thailand, Ko Yao Yai is an idyllic spot for travelers who like maintaining a distance from crowded beaches and bustling tourists. Embraced by desolate rocky islands perching from the water – this stunning island has a fictional aura attached to it that makes Ko Yao Yai all the more enticing. The mysterious caves and hidden bays further enhance the interest.

Things to Do: Ko Yao Yai is best known for its snorkeling adventure. The crystal clear waters provide visitors with an amphitheater view of the stunning aquatic life. However, for this ravishing adventure, you will be required to set off in a long tail boat for Ko Hang – an island comprising of two stunning white beaches and a beautiful lagoon. Embark on this stunning snorkeling adventure in the deep turquoise waters of this island.

Getting There: Your journey to Ko Yao Yai begins from Phuket or Krabi, hop onto a ferry that will take you to this paradise. Enthrall in the beauty of the stunning limestone rock that emerges from the water during this one and half hour boat ride.

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Koh Lipe

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Koh Lipe
A lovely island with bare minimum stretch in terms of length and breadth calls its visitors because of the pristine beauty it offers. Sunrise beach or Hat Chao Ley as the locals call it, is a 2km stretch of white sandy, a beautiful beach located along the west side of Koh Lipe with some of the most amazing sunrises in the whole Thailand.

Enjoy strolling on this island and be sure to wake up early so you don't miss the exquisite sunrise that happens every single morning more beautiful than ever, it's indeed a fantastic way to start your day.

Things to Do:
 Snorkel right off the beach! You'll be sure to find all types of aquatic life that will take your breath away. Enjoy some great time with your loved ones while taking a walk together!

Getting There: 
You can get to Koh Lipe from Pak Barra Pier on Speedboats or ferries.
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Krabi Island Hopping Tours

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Trang Island

Trang Island

Nestled in the farthest of South Coast of Thailand’s Andaman, Trang island is where you may want to go for some peace and tranquillity. The easy accessibility and short island-hopping destinations within the group make these a favorite pick amongst tourists.

Unspoiled beaches, clear waters and pleasant climate make for a few more reasons to head to Trang Island. These islands remain accessible only during the months of October to April.

Things to Do: Swimming, sunbathing, relaxing, island hopping.

Getting There: Regular speed boats, charter, and long tails run to and from Trang Island. These run from Ko Ngai, Ko Muk, and Ko Kradan as well as from Ko Phi Phi and Phuket. Moreover, Trang also has an airport that has regular flights from Phuket and Bangkok.

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Have a blast in this Island tour form Krabi. Enjoy the amazing ride from Ao Nang pier to Hong marine National park by the speedboat. (You will need to pay for the entry ticket at the national park). A guide will be assigned to you to help you witness the exotic marine life of Hong marine national park, which includes jellyfishes, various type of fishes and many other marine animals.

Complete the whole tour of the marine national park and then head to the bay of Koh Hong. Delicious lunch will be provided to you at the bay of Koh Hong.  After the power packed lunch, get ready to click some beautiful pictures at the bay of Koh Hong. The water at the bay of Koh Hong is extremely clear and the sand is wonderfully white. Buy drinks, forget about all the worries and enjoy life with a scenic view on a white beach. The speedboat will be ready in the evening and will drop you at Ao Nang pier where the cab will be waiting to drop you at your hotel in Krabi.

There are two different packages for this tour.
Package 1 includes shared land transfer, speedboat on sharing basis and Lunch.
Package 2
includes shared land transfer, longtail on sharing basis and Lunch.

Itinerary:
8:00- 09:00 AM: Transfers from your stay to Ao Nang Pier.
9:30 AM: Reach Hong Marine National Park Island by shared speedboat.
13:00 PM: Take buffet lunch and head to the bay of Koh Hong.
16:00 PM: Transfers back to Ao Nang Pier and then to the Hotel.

Notes: Areas excluded for Shared Tour - Klong Muang, Tubakek
National park fees are to be paid at the onsite location.
Child ticket applicable for children of age 3-10
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Poda Island

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Poda Island
Koh Poda is a small island with breathtaking scenic beauty based on the western corners of Ao Nang. A picture perfect tropical island showcasing nature extravaganza, this is undoubtedly a huge miss if not visited.

Stretching for not a bit than 1 kilometer in diameter, the beautiful island remains fringed by turquoise blue waters and has a vast treasury of glistening white sands and amazing coral reefs that are simply mesmerizing.

Highlights:
The island can easily be visited on a day tour from Ao Nang or the Railay Beaches. One can have a wide range of beach activities here but popular sports here are swimming and snorkeling.

Distance from Krabi: 
16.7 km.
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Chicken Island

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Chicken Island

Chicken Island is also known as Koh Kai, Koh Gai or Koh Hua Khwan derive this hilarious name from its unusual shape that resembles the head and neck of a chicken. Crowned in the south of Poda and Tup Islands, this timeless beauty is just 30 minutes away from the coast of Krabi.

One impressive feature about this island is that during low tides, a sandbar emerges from the water which connects Chicken Island to neighbouring tiny islands of KohMor and Tup. This stunning event is called as TalayWaek.

Things to Do: 
Snorkeling is one activity that you just cannot miss while here as the water is crystal clear and azure, thus, bringing the entire aquatic life into existence. This island is known for enticing people for its incredible sandbank that emerges during the low tide.

Getting There: 
Your journey to this stunning island begins from Ao Nang- board a longtail boat till Koh Kai. You can even board these boats from Klong Muang, Nopparat Thara, and the Railay Beaches.

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Ko Lanta

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Ko Lanta

Situated off the coast of Krabi, Ko Lanta is considered to be as one of the most stunning islands of Thailand, which tempts most visitors to include it on Thailand island hopping list. The island has a long stretched coastline with several beaches, all of which have different views and charm of their own.

Here, October to April runs the busiest; with maximum tourists flocking in the month of December until March. May to October - the green season is also not a bad time to visit.

Things to Do: Beach exploring, snorkeling, scuba diving, sunbathing, swimming.

Getting There: The island is accessible from all major cities and towns of Thailand via speedboat, ferry or a minivan. Krabi airport is the nearest airport.

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Tup Island

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Tup Island

One of the most famous offshore islands around Krabi, this stunning island is also known as Tup Island, Koh Tap or KohThap. The mesmerizing vibes of the parting of the sea are something that makes this place all the way more popular among tourists from all over the world.

Comparatively smaller as compared to rest of the islands, however, the beautiful beach and the raging waves make this place worth visiting.

Things to Do: 
A sandbar emerges during low tides connecting the Chicken Island to Koh Mur and Tup on left and right respectively. It is an incredible feeling to walk over this and bar as the water is shallow and provides a picturesque moment. Tup Island does not support the availability of any water sports, thus, this place is highly recommended to people who are looking for some calm moments.

Getting There: 
This tiny island can be accessed via longtail boats from Ao Nang. You can also board the boat from Klong Muang, Nopparatthara, Railay and Cho Fah pier in Krabi town.

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Koh Ngai

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Koh Ngai

Koh Ngai, also popularly known as Koh Hai is an island off the coast of Trang. It is a part of Krabi province but is a lot more accessible from Trang and other islands like Koh Mook or Koh Kradan.

The island has a few resorts with absolutely no roads and shops, which make it slightly isolated but a great choice for tourists wanting to cut off from the outside world.

Things to Do: Relaxing, cruising, sunset watching.

Getting There:
The most convenient way of reaching Koh Ngai is to first fly to Tran, thereafter take a minibus to Pak Meng Pier. From Pak Meng Pier, boats leave for Koh Ngai daily which take about an hour or two for the crossing.

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Ko Hai Island

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Ko Hai Island

Ko Hai Island - a paradise filled with lush greenery, turquoise water, and white powdery sand beaches. Get on a sunbed and soak some tan, enjoy relaxing time and go snorkelling in the clear blue waters exploring the corals of this little gem.

Visiting here is highly recommended for honeymooners and other couples wanting to spend some quality time. Regardless, for other types of travellers, having this one on island hopping in Thailand list is also a great idea!

Things to Do: 
Snorkeling, swimming, sunbathing

Getting There: 
The most convenient way to reach this island is to fly from Bangkok to Trang, take a cab to the pier and then a charter further ahead.

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Koh Samui Island Hopping Tours

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Daydreaming on Ko Samui

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Daydreaming on Ko Samui
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Ko Samui is one of the favourite destinations among travelers from all over the globe looking for some fun-filled time and high life. The gorgeous trail of the white sandy beaches adorning the azure waves, soothing sunshine combined with the warm Thai hospitality are some added perks that make this place all the more favorable.

This delightful island has much more to offer than just crystal clear waters and sandy beaches; while here you can choose from an array of restaurant and bar that will cater your taste buds and will keep you longing for more.

Things to Do: 
While in Ko Samui, you just cannot miss traditional junk cruise – this enthralling cruise is conducted over a traditional style wooden ‘junk boat’ which will take you to a mesmerizing journey to the neighbouring island Koh Phangan. Explore the beautiful – vividly coloured underwater, admire the stunning beauty of this coral island and finally get ready to capture beautiful shots of various tropical fishes that are easily visible under the transparent water.

Getting there: 
The easiest way to reach Ko Samui is via an overnight train journey from Bangkok to Suratthani. From here, you head straight to Ko Samui via ferry. This delightful 2-hour boat ride will take you to Ko Samui, on way get ready to pass through the beautiful islands of Ko Tao and Koh Phangan.

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Koh Phangan

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Koh Phangan
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Renowned for monthly full moon party, Koh Phangan is crowned in the southeast of Thailand. Loaded with beautiful beaches, enjoy the beach life, fire-dancing shows, beautiful sunsets and fabulous water for swimming, and these are some things that make this beach unique in the list.

Another notable factor is, more than half of the island is designated as a National Park and people can come here to explore the tropical rain forest filled with diversified flora and fauna.

Things to Do
: For a party freak, this place is heaven, the well-acclaimed full moon parties are held on the other end of the island at Had Rin Beach. However, in order to attend the party, it is mandatory to coincide your travel dates with a full moon. Peace lovers, on the other hand, can either relax on the sandy beaches or embark on a snorkeling spree for some thrilling time.

Getting There: 
Get a ferry or speed boat ride from Koh Samui and reach Koh Phangan within a span of 1 hour.

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Turtle Island

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Turtle Island

Ko Tao or Turtle Island has gained its latter name owing to its resemblance to a turtle nose-diving towards neighboring island of Koh Phangan. This easily accessible island is much more laid back and is known for providing a completely soothing experience to all its guests as compared to neighboring islands.

The powdery white sand touching the azure waters of the beach and the beautiful lining of the coconut trees are certain ingredients that make this place a perfect vacation destination.

Things to Do
: Apart from all the pristine beauty, there are two specific elements that make this island all the more popular – coral reefs and colourful fish. While here, get ready to explore these stunning beauties by embarking on a thrilling snorkeling trip. At some specific intervals, it is even possible to feed the fish – get ready to dazzle yourself while feeding these diversify school of fishes.

Getting There: 
Ko Tao Island is easily accessible via ferry from both KoSamui and Koh Phangan. You can even opt for an overnight bus journey from Bangkok to Chumphon which will then be connected via boat ride to Ko Tao

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Ko Chang Waterfall Island

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Ko Chang Waterfall Island

As the name suggests, Ko Chang waterfall is an island popular for being home to a number of waterfalls. The island is one of the most famous ones and is on majority go-to lists of island hopping in Thailand of tourists.

The island is easily accessible, has a large pool for swimming and has water-filled all year round. The best time to be here, however, is in October to mid-December.

Things to Do: Waterfall exploring, swimming.

Getting There:
One can choose to fly to Trat from Bangkok or take a bus from Ekkamai Bus Station till one of the mainland piers of the islands. Thereafter, board a boast that regularly plies to the islands.

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Surin Islands

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Surin Islands

A small town in the Surin Province, this is one quieter place located towards the east of Bangkok. Surin’s only claim to fame is its annual Elephant roundup ceremony. This land of big elephants explodes into a dynamic city after November, as during this period the city hosts giant crowds of pachyderms.

Things to do: 
Surin is untouched by the modernization and still showcases the traditional and agricultural Thailand. While here, visit Surin National Museum and Silk village and know more about the history, tradition, and agriculture of this quiet land.

Getting There: 
Surin can be comfortably accessed via public transport. Buses depart from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal to Surin every day.

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It should be a must in Bangkok visit, specially with kids. Hotel pickup service was fantastic, in time. Children enjoyed most the orangutan and dolphin shows. Better to skip the river cruise which I felt like wastage of money. The last part of coming out through the open zoo was fantastic- all openly moving animals including lions and tigers were roaming near the bus.
The best experience of sea life till date. It overseeded my previous experience at underwater world pattaya. Getting tickets was hassle free - just show the QR code and get your ticket from Information Desk. Best feeding shows observed here. The sea otter feeding show was specially enjoyable with the otters asking for more food by shaking their hands above their chests. Next the penguin show, diver show, sea life 3D show, shark feeding show, etc. were awesome. You can chill around as it is cool inside with cafeteria everywhere. Those sharks in giant aquariums really amazed me and they are living in harmony with other fishes for the past 10 years (as learnt). The ambience was great with dim lights everywhere. A great place for kids to enjoy. There were numerous fishes as well, including the famous Giant of Siam - an Amazon fish.
"awesome experience. with good food, breeze views. loved it."
13 May 2019
Excellent
Best jungle tour ever! Safari world is great where you can observe wildlife closely that includes birds, giraffes, rhinos, etc. The main attractions are tiger feeding and lion feeding inside safari world (which we were lucky to see) where a woman in the rear of the car inside a cage feeds the tigers and the lions from inside. As learnt only she can come near to them as they know her scent. It was nearly a half an hour tour through the jungle life and it was a thrilling experience. The Marine park was also great with many human and animal shows such as Orangutan show, Cowboy stunt show, Spy war, Bird show, etc. and the notable Dolphin show which was best among all. Guys please do not miss this show. The international buffet was also great with varieties of dishes though you can try out Indian buffet as well. Thanks to thrillophilia for making this trip memorable.
This was a great experience and I found the cheapest ticket on Thrillophilia. There was no admission issue. When showing the voucher printout at ticket window, we found that they already had a list of online bookings and they verified our names against it and let us enter. The ocean tunnel was great - we saw sharks, sting rays, large fishes and "giant of siam" - huge fishes bigger than humans. the feeding shows were awesome! the sting rays were cute and the diver hugged them and fed them small shrimps. The fishes were fighting for the bread crumbs and small fishes that the diver was feeding. It was worth visiting and truly a memorable experience. It may not be as big as the Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World in Bangkok but the price is really very cheaper than it. A must visit for anyone visiting Pattaya.
Excellent
Great service and it was fun 2 hour speed bpat ride from Koh Samui To Koh Tao
The place is just lit with people and colours and the food is mindblowing. Thanks a lot to Thrillophilia for making my trip comfortable and truly memorable!!”
It was a totally amazing experience. Everything was very well coordinated and arranged. All thanks to Thrillophilia for this amazing trip.
The package tour was well organized by Thrillophilia.All transfers and arrangement was provided as per tour itinerary.Accommodation and food were very nice.
Sometimes the key to the success of your holidays is to have a well-organized tour. This was very true when my friend and I travelled to Bangkok. I was amazed by the services provided by thrillophilia

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