The South Asian country of Thailand entices every traveller with its delicious food, vibrant nightlife, vast expanses of sandy beaches, historical temples, and fantastic festivals held throughout the year. Such characteristics of this country known as the Land of Smiles are enough to put a smile on anyone’s face and make it one of the world’s most travelled nations.

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Buddhist Tour

Theravada Buddhism is practised by 95 percent of Thailand’s population. It is a tradition in this country for a man to become a monk for a period of his life as a great act of religious service and a way for them to thank their parents. With approximately 300,000 monks, you will frequently encounter one or group of them throughout the country.

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Culture and Heritage Tour

Thailand’s culture, architecture, and food have all been heavily influenced by Burmese, Indian, and Chinese cultures. The country has undergone major architectural reforms, which can be seen in everything from traditional Buddhist temples in Ayutthaya to skyscrapers in Bangkok. The foundation of world-famous Thai cuisine is rice, spices, and coconut. Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup), Tom Kha Kai (Chicken in Coconut Soup), and Khao Pad are some of the popular dishes (Fried Rice)to savour.

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Yoga-Spa-Wellness Tour

Thailand may not be as well-known for its yoga retreats as India or Nepal, but the combination of Buddhism meditation culture, centuries-old massage techniques, and the world’s best spas makes for an unforgettable experience. Thailand is a popular destination for travellers seeking wellness retreats to rejuvenate their physical and mental health.

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Every Traveda Tours package includes accommodation, all meals, transportation within the country, visa assistance, a tour guide language expert, healthcare necessities, and monument entrance fees to ease travellers. As our name suggests, (Tra+Veda) Travel with wisdom with our easily customisable and affordable Thailand tour packages. 

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

When is the best time of year to visit Thailand?

From November to April, the weather in the country is ideal for travel.

Is Thailand a good place to take a family vacation?

Thailand has something for everyone, including beaches, culture, and outdoor adventures, as well as resorts that cater specifically to all family vacation needs.

What is Thailand's official currency, and where can I exchange it?

Thailand’s official currency is the Thai Baht. Most banks and ATMs provide currency exchange services, though ATM exchange fees may be high. Some foreign exchanges also provide the service.

Is a visa on arrival available in Thailand?

Only 19 countries are eligible for visa-on-arrival services in Thailand. Several countries’ nationals are exempt from a Thailand visa for stays of up to 30 or 14 days. Other nationalities must apply for tourist visas prior to arrival.  We provide assistance with your visa process.

How many days are sufficient for a vacation in Thailand?

Plan a 7-15 day trip to fully enjoy Thailand’s diverse entertainment.

What clothing should I bring with me on a trip to Thailand?

Go all out with your beach vibes in dresses, shorts, tank tops, hats, sunglasses, and polo t-shirts. If you intend to visit a place of worship, bring some clothing that covers your shoulders and ankles.

What are some of Thailand's top markets for shopping?

Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market, Chiang Mai’s Warorot Market, Bangkok’s Rod Fai Market, and Bangkok’s Ratchada Train Market. When visiting any market in Thailand, take your time, look around a bit before making a decision, and bargain for the best deal you can.

How safe is Thailand?

The country has a low crime rate, but minor crimes like pickpocketing and bag snatching are reported frequently. It is advised that you take precautions like splitting up your cash into two or three bundles and keeping them in different places in your luggage, taking care of your belongings, and for solo travellers, avoiding secluded areas.

What are some of the Thai cuisine specialities there, and are there vegan and vegetarian options available?

Some of the specialities are Pad Thai (Thai-style Fried Noodles), Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup), Som Tum (Spicy Green Papaya Salad), and Chicken in Coconut Soup. Ask for “mang sa wirat” for vegetarian food alternatives or “jay” for vegan food options to find vegan and vegetarian options all throughout the nation.

What places in Thailand are the most popular with tourists?

Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi, Chiang Mai, and Koh Samui are the destinations that receive the most visitors from throughout the world. Every city has a unique set of attractions, including beaches, nightlife, historical sites, street markets, etc. Don’t forget to visit the national parks while you are in Thailand so you may see the Thai elephants.

What are some things to be aware of before visiting Thailand?
  • Before entering the temple, some stores, and private residences, remove your shoes.
  • Honour their King and avoid giving opinions about Monarchy.
  • Eat on the streets; there are many affordable and delicious options.
  • Must attend a festival; they take place all year long.
  • Don’t drink tap water and carry mosquito repellant.
What is the official language of Thailand and is English spoken widely?

Thai is the official language of the country. The English language is widely understood and spoken in big cities as well as in major tourist destinations.

What additional expenses are not included in the Thailand trip packages offered by Traveda Tours?

The package does not include personal expenses such as visa prices, airport taxes, baggage charges at the airport and on trains, travel insurance costs, or vaccine costs. If you would need further details regarding any specific fees, please contact us.

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