Fascinating Thailand Air Package @ Rs. 22,999 per person – 06 Days – Ex Delhi – Book Now!!

Let’s take you on a short trip to two of the most picturesque places in the world; let’s get you a glass of martini and have you on the beaches for some real exciting times; let’s take you on temple and city excursions by the day and have you amidst a jiving nightlife by the night; lets get you acquainted with cities that are unstoppably attracting tourists for the past four decades from across the globe…let’s take you to Bangkok and Pattaya!

Regular Package @ Rs. 22,999 person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Romeo palace or similar
Bangkok: Convenient park or similar

Deluxe Package @ 25,999 per person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Marble Garden View / Ja Villa / Eastiny Inn or similar
Bangkok: Imm Fusion / Ecotel / Dream Town / Check Inn Regency Park or similar

Luxury Package @ 28,999 per person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Mantra Pura / Miracle Suite / Tsix5 or similar
Bangkok: Windsor Suite / Salil Hotel / Admiral Suite / Best Western or similar

Premium Package @ 34,499 per person on twin sharing
Pattaya: Zign / Pullman Pattaya G or similar
Bangkok: In Residence / Park Plaza Sukhumvit / Radisson

Package Inclusions:

  • Return Airfare including all taxes – Ex Delhi
  • 02 Nights accommodation in Bangkok
  • 02 Nights accommodation in Pattaya
  • 01 FREE night in Bangkok / Pattaya*
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast at Hotel
  • Airport Hotel Return Transfer on SIC basis.
  • Coral Island Tour on SIC basis
  • Half day Pattaya city & Temple tour
  • All transfers on SIC basis

Note: Free night can be either in Bangkok or Pattaya

Add-on Pack

  • 2 dinners in Pattaya @ Rs. 699 pp.
  • Safari park with lunch @ Rs.1899 pp.
  • 2 dinners in Bangkok @ Rs. 699 pp.
  • Alcazar show @ Rs. 799 pp.
  • Under water world @ Rs. 999 pp.
  • Siam ocean world @ Rs. 899 pp.

Fixed Departures:

  • April: 12, 15, 26
  • May: 3, 10, 17, 18, 24, 28, 30
  • June: 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 29

**Some Surcharge may be applicable on the above Departures

Flight Name: Jet Airways (Seats are subject to availability)

  • 9W 064 DEL BKK 1300 Hrs 1835 Hrs
  • 9W 063 BKK DEL 0900 Hrs 1145 Hrs

Cost Excludes:

  • Lunch and dinner wherever not included
  • Any Services not mentioned above
  • Travel insurance
  • Surcharges if any
  • Visa on arrival at Thailand airport
  • Visa Charges Extra
Payment Terms:
  • 100% payment to be made in advance at the time of booking the trip
  • Payment for this trip will not be adjusted against any future trips
  • Cancellation Policy: No Cancellation, Non-transferable, No Refund.

Terms and Conditions:
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Maldives : VISA Structure

Monday September 5th, 2011 in International, Malaysia, Visa | Be the first to Comment »

Visitors entering the Republic of Maldives should fulfill the following requirement for the grant of an entry permit into the country.

  • Possession of a valid international travel document issued by the Government of a Sovereign State (eg. Passport)
  • Possession of a valid return air ticket to a destination where the passenger has permission to enter, together with necessary visas for the onward journey to the next destination
  • Possession of a minimum of US$30.00 per person per day or confirmed hotel reservation for the intended period of stay in the Maldives. Following are exempted from this requirement – Diplomats, UN Personnel, Approved persons for employment, Technical and other experts attached to the Government, Visitors with confirmed bookings in registered tourist resort/hotels etc, Visitors sponsored by Maldivians.
  • No prior visa is required to enter the Republic of Maldives. Entry permit will be granted to visitors on arrival at designated ports of entry, based on the immigration requirements.
  • An entry permit does not allow a visitor to take up employment, set up any business or exercise any profession whether paid or unpaid except with the consent and in conformity with the pertinent laws and regulations of the Maldives. However, a visitor or foreign delegation visiting the Maldives to conclude business agreements, contracts or to negotiate business transactions with their counterparts do not require work permits if the stay does not exceed the duration granted on arrival.
  • An expatriate must obtain a work permit from the Ministry of Human Resources Employment and Labour, prior to arrival in Maldives to engage in employment.

Note : Visitors who stay beyond the period for which they have been approved may be deported.

* The Government of Maldives refuses admission and transit to holder of Merchant Seaman books.

– Disembarkation and Embarkation card shall be filled by every passenger and submitted to the Immigration Officer on entry.

You will be granted a free entry visa on arrival. Depending on your financial status, you can apply for maximum of thirty days.

Houseboats become USP of tourist hotspot Kerala

Friday May 21st, 2010 in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

Alleppey/Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala), Apr 17 (ANI): As northern India sizzles in scorching summer, most of those bit by the travel bug are making a beeline for tourist spots Kerala.

With its fleet of black-hulled houseboats, the backwaters of Kerala entice the tourists, both domestic and international, to ‘God’s Own Country’.

Most of the domestic tourists arriving in Kerala are from Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat and West Bengal.

“We are from Punjab. We have chosen this destination, as backwaters are a different kind of experience. All the other tourists generally go to the higher altitudes and all other places but we want to have a soothing experience and we are really looking forward to the backwaters of Kerala,” said Vikram Singh, a tourist.

A typical backwater cruise takes tourists on a 40-km journey through the Vembanad Lake, India’s longest, which is spread over 1,512 sq km.

The cruises have packages tailored for all budgets with a one-night cruise costing from Rs 3,000-25,000 as houseboats now come equipped with power showers in bio-toilets, LCD television sets, air-conditioners, AC-fitted lounges and even jacuzzis. They even have chefs onboard to prepare some of Kerala’s culinary specials.

Tour operators say the period from April to September is a good time to attract domestic tourists when there is a lull in international arrivals.

“Actually the foreign tourists are coming in the months of December, January and February. And the rates will be very comfortable in April and May also. It will not be that high and it will be affordable for the domestic people also. After the examinations (are over), people come in large numbers to have a nice day in our houseboats, to see the serene beauty of the backwaters which is unique,” said Abhilash Sreekumar, proprietor of Aria Holidays, a houseboat cruise operator.

Meanwhile, the state Tourism Department authorities have decided to extend the experience of these floating hotels beyond Alleppey, and plans to give licenses for operating houseboats in Ashtamudi Lake in nearby Kollam district as well.

Authorities are creating new landing points and also developing new backwater circuits in other districts. More houseboats are being constructed.

“It has been structured as luxury resorts or luxury segment properties. And a typical houseboat cruise starts during the day, move along the backwaters to see the village community life, spend the night there and wake up to the early morning sun in the houseboat itself,” said M Sivasankar, Director, Kerala Tourism Department in provincial capital Thiruvananthapuram.

In 2008, Kerala witnessed 7.6 million domestic tourist arrivals, showing a growth of 14.28 per cent from the previous year.