Fly into Bangkok on Air Canada’s new direct flight from Vancouver. Marvel at Bangkok’s gleaming temples, catch a Tuk Tuk through bustling Chinatown or take a longtail boat through floating markets. Then head to the beach area of Pattaya
- Return airfare from Vancouver to Bangkok on non-stop Air Canada flights
- 12 nights 3-star accommodation twin share (Upgrade to 4-star or 5-star option available)
4 nights in Bangkok; 3-star Furama Xclusive Sathorn (Deluxe room)
8 nights in Pattaya; 3-star Mercure Pattaya Ocean Resort (Superior room)
- Breakfast daily
- Airport & Hotel transfers
- Customer emergency support hotline in Canada & Thailand
- Welcome pack on arrival
- Vancouver Airport DUFRY 5% discount
- Exclusive: Pattaya Full day private Coral Island tour with lunch
|Dec 4, 2022||$2729 + $480 tax|
|Jan 29, Feb 19, 2023||$2599 + $480 tax|
|Apr 3, 2023||$2929 + $480 tax|
|Upgraded Hotel Options:|
|4-star hotels: Add from $630 more
Bangkok: Novotel Bangkok Ploenchit Sukumvit (Superior room)
Pattaya: Pullman Pattaya Hotel G (Lanai room)
|5-star hotels: Add from $1170 more
Bangkok: Anantara Siam (Deluxe room)
Pattaya: Veranda Resort Pattaya Na Jomtien – MGallery (Seascape Deluxe)
Connecting flights available from other cities, please inquire about rates
Day 1: Vancouver – Bangkok
Depart from Vancouver to Bangkok with Air Canada flight.
Day 2: Bangkok
Arrive Bangkok. After clearing all formalities and collect your luggage, please follow the Exit signs and turn right. Then follow the meeting point’s direction. A representative will be waiting for you with holding your signage which will be noted your name at the Meeting Point’s Waiting Area (Gate No.4), he will transfer by private vehicle to your hotel and check in. Rest of the day free for leisure.
Day 3-5: Bangkok (B)
Days at leisure. View optional tours to set up an optional Grand Palace Tour or Ayutthaya if you would like to add something to your day.
Day 6: Bangkok to Pattaya (B)
Our representative meets and transfers you to hotel in Pattaya by land (around 3 hours-drive). Rest of the day is your leisure.
Day 7: Pattaya (B)
Explore Pattaya on a Full day Coral Island by speed boat with Thai buffet or set lunch (Private round-trip transfer, join speed boat)
Pick up from your hotel and transfer to board a boat to Koh Larn or Coral Island. Enjoy your day with the tropical activities (on own arrangement) such as parasailing, jet skiing, snorkeling, swimming or sun bathing. Recharge with a lunch at noon and feel free to enjoy with island again. Take a boat back to Pattaya in the afternoon and transfer by land to your hotel.
Day 8-13: Pattaya (B)
Days at leisure. View optional tours to set up an optional tour to the Sanctuary of Truth or enjoy the beautiful beach and city on your own.
Day 14: Bangkok to Vancouver (B)
A representative meets and transfers you to Suvarnabhumi Airport for your departure flight back to Canada.
Half day Grand Palace and The Emerald buddha Temple (Wat Pra Kaew) and Wat Pho
Price: CAD120 per person (minimum of 2 passengers)
Time: 08:30-12:00hrs or 13:30-17:00hrs
The Grand Palace is a “must see” for every visitor to Bangkok. Located close to the banks of the Chao Phraya River (The River of Kings) the Grand Palace is the perfect example of an ancient Siamese court. Within the compound is the Temple of The Emerald Buddha (Wat Pra Kaew), which houses Thailand most precious image of the Lord Buddha. The Emerald Buddha is believed to have supernatural powers and is dressed in robes according to the season by the King of Thailand himself. Next stop is Wat (temple) Pho. Wat Pho houses 46 meters long reclining Buddha. The temple is considered the earliest center for public education in Thailand.
Note: Proper attire required when visit to the Grand Palace (no sleeveless shirt, no vests, o short top, no see-through tops, no short hot pants or short pants, no torn pants, no tight pants, no bike pant, no mini-skirts and no strapless-heel shoes).
Full day Ayutthaya (go and return by road)
Price: C$180 per person (minimum of 2 passengers)
In the morning, leave Bangkok for Ayutthaya, the ancient Siamese capital. Today, Ayutthaya hosts some of Thailand most important historical landmarks and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The magnitude and number of the ancient temple ruins speaks of the former greatness of the city. You will visit some of the most interesting temples and nearby Bang-Pa-In. The Bang-Pa-In Summer Palace of King Rama V consists of buildings in Gothic, Renaissance, Chinese and Thai architecture. After lunch in a local restaurant, head back to Bangkok in the afternoon.
Note: Smart casual summer wear and comfortable walking shoes are advised. For religious reasons, women should wear short-sleeved tops with full-length trousers or knee-length skirts and men should wear trousers and short-sleeved shirts, Shoes must be removed before entering any temple.
Full day Sanctuary of Truth and Nong Nooch Garden with Thai buffet lunch
Price: CAD105 per person (minimum of 2 passengers)
Visit 2 of the “don’t miss” when stay in Pattaya, first visit Sanctuary of Truth, the largest wooden castle in the world, you will be immersed in the beauty of a wooden sculpture carved with all the wood, by using the technique of attaching wood according to the ancient Thai craftsmanship instead of using all nails aesthetics with patterns carvings inspired by the best art of East Asia. Move to Nong Nooch Garden, one of top ten most beautiful garden in the world with around 1,700 rai (670 acre) with zones of flower garden, orchid garden, cactus garden, ancient palm garden and other botanical gardens.