A southward extension into the Malay Peninsula gives Thailand a long coastline on the Gulf of Thailand and on the Andaman Sea. The heart of the country, the fertile and thickly populated central plain, is dotted with numerous rice paddies, entirely flat and rarely more than a few feet above sea level. It is watered by the Chao Phraya and lesser rivers and is elaborately veined by a system of canals (called klongs) for irrigation and drainage. Bangkok and Ayutthaya
The old capital, are in that basin. The north is mountainous, with peaks rising to c.8,500 ft (2,590 m); mountains stretch south along the boundary with Myanmar on the west. Forests in the north yield teak, although overcutting has decreased Thailand's forest reserves severely.
Although the population in the north is relatively sparse, rice is intensively cultivated in the river valleys, and one of the country's major cities, Chiang Mai, is in that area. Most of NE and E Thailand is occupied by the Korat (Khorat) plateau, which is cut off from the rest of the country by highlands and the Phetchabun Mts. It is a hilly, dry, and generally poor region, where livestock raising is dominant. Chief towns are Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), Udon Thani, and Ubon Ratchathani. Peninsular Thailand in the south (which includes Phuket and other offshore islands) is largely mountainous and covered with jungles. It is the principal source of the rubber and tin that make Thailand a major world producer of both. Chief towns of the peninsula are Hat Yai and Songkhla, the second largest port of the country. Thailand has a tropical and monsoonal climate.
Thailand has a large Chinese minority, accounting for almost 15% of the population. Local trade is chiefly in the hands of the Chinese and as a consequence there is substantial tension between Thais and Chinese. Other substantial minorities include the Muslim Malays, concentrated in the southern peninsula; the hill tribes of the north; the Khmers, or Cambodians, who are found in the southeast and on the Cambodian border; and the Vietnamese, chiefly recent refugees who live along the Mekong River. While the ethnic minorities generally speak their own languages, Thai (linguistically related to Chinese) is the official tongue; English predominates among the Western languages. Theravada Buddhism is the state religion; some 93% of the people are Buddhists.
5 Night 6 Days
1st Day
 Departure by Flight from Kathmandu to Bangkok.After immigration and customs clearance transfer to local restaurant for dinner  Overnight at Hotel.
2nd Day
Departure to  Damnoen saduak world famous original floating Market-Boating –Lunch-visit wax Museum at 06:30 Pm visit Four Face Brahma temple –dinner.
3rd Day
Breakfast –visit  Four Face Brahma temple, Reclining Buddha temple –proceed to marine park to witness “Orang Utan” show sea lion show, cowboy stunt-lunch-Dolphin show ,Spy war show-proceed to safari park-then proceed to MBK( maboonkrong)shopping complex for shopping cum dinner.
4th Day
 Breakfast-visit Maria man(Hindu) Temple – visit 3 head elephant temple-proceed to pattaya en route stop for lunch –visit shiracha Tiger Zoo-witness crocodile show, scorpion, amazing circus-on arrival check into Hotel Royal Century-dinner-(optional) see Alcazar Show.
5th Day
Breakfast-visit later cut Buddha rock-visit orchid farm, pottery garden –to Noong Nooch village to witness Thai culture show and elephant show –lunch-to world famous gem factory –then visit sukawadee-proceed to Bangkok-check into First Hotel-evening to platinum shopping complex for shopping cum dinner.
6th Day
Breakfast- transfer to airport to board flight to Kathmandu –Tour Ends.
Date of departure                                      Date of return                     
Tour Fare:    
Person includes the following:
1.Airport Transfer in Bangkok.
2. Tour in a/c coach.
3. Full board-Breakfast x 5; Lunch; 4, Diiner, 4.
4. Hotel accommodation (twin sharing) in 3 star hotels.
5. Entrance tickets to places of interest
6. Guide service.
7. Tips to driver and guide.
8..Air fare from Kathmandu - Bangkok-Kathmandu.
9.Visa Expenses.
Does not includes:
1.Travel insurance.
2.Optional tours and entrance ticket to Alcazar show.
3.All expanses of a personal nature.

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