Must see-grand palace, wat pho, Siam niramit
things to do- lumphin park, flow house, dream world theme park, China Town foodie walk, Siam niramitkhao San road, Siam ocean world, floating market
Day 1: After your arrival in Bangkok, visit Pattaya's grand theatre - Alcazar Show and catch one of their spectacular performances. Day 2: Hop aboard a speedboat and head out to the Gulf of Thailand, for the gem that is the Coral Island, also known as Koh Lan. Here, you can unwind by the sea, sunbathe or engage in an assortment of activities offered here, such as snorkelling, parasailing, Banana boat rides etc. Day 3: Visit Pattaya's Nong Nooch Garden next. Known across the globe for it one-of-a-kind Thai cultural presentations, traditional dances and elephant shows, its also touted to be the largest and most stunning botanical garden in Southeast Asia. Day 4: Head back to Bangkok on the fourth day and explore the City of Angeles with the evening cruise at Chao Phraya. Day 5: For a one-on-one interaction with dolphins and seals, go to Bangkok's Marine Park, that's a much loved open zoo, boasting of four sections - Safari Park, Bird Park, Games Corner and Macaw Island. Day 6: On the 6th day, you can start with the temple of the Golden Buddha - Wat Trimitr that is home to an abundance of Sukhothai art. Next will be the temple of the Recling Buddha - Wat Po that happens to be Bangkok's oldest shrine. Day 7: Spend the last day leisurely, but if you have time, squeeze in a visit to the MBK market, Indra Market and the Gems Gallery. Places to visit in Thailand: Krabi's Railay Beach and Diamond Cave, Koh Phi Phi's Monkey Beach and Long Beach, Bangkok's Grand Palace, Chiang Mai's Sunday Night Walking Street, the small town of Pai in the Mae Hong Son province for the Pai canyon, the Khao Yai National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sukhothai's Old City, the historic city of Ayutthaya, and the multitude of Thailand's vibrant floating markets.
While the dress code is quite relaxed in the major cities of Vietnam, its always better to dress modestly. While visiting the temples and pagodas, regardless of the fact that they have no strict regulations, to respect their customs, avoid anything overtly revealing or ostentatious. If you are visiting anytime between August to November, carry plenty of light t-shirts, jeans and cotton wear. Another essential if your are travelling during this season will be raincoats, as Vietnam sees an abundance of downpour during these months.
Hi Ankit. I don't think so. Your body weight shouldn't be a problem unless you weigh more than 180kg. Paragliding is more about being mentally strong physically, you don't need to be very fit. I did a round of paragliding with a decently overweight friend in Bir Billing, and he faced no problems. We were both a bit scared, but that was the only barrier. If you are still unsure, though, you can always call up a few agencies who organise paragliding in Bir Billing and check with them. Hope this helps.
Yes it is. But it is also dependent on the pilots. Generally stronger and well built pilots will go with people with higher weights. I tell from experience since I got switched with a much heavier guy and my pilot was quite strong. If you are anywhere between 80-100, shouldn't be a huge problem.
Hi Abhishek,I hope you have made your trip. It would be helpful for travellers if you share the travel details:
5.Places to see
6.Tips for travellers etc.
Hi! Leh is the capital of Ladakh district, so when you say you want a 5-day itinerary of Leh, I suppose you want to spend time exploring the beautiful attractions around it as well. Leh itself has plenty to see as well, such as the Leh Palace, Vipassana centre, a one-of-its-kind donkey century and several homestays that best reflect the way of life in the Himlayas. If you are reaching on the 23rd, then I would suggest you spend at least two-days acclimatizing to the altitude and then only move further up to explore Ladakh. Here is a detailed itinerary to help you out: https://goo.gl/j3V6aa
First of all, congratulations! For you'll be getting Leh'd
Assuming that you'll be reaching by afternoon. I'd recommend you to acclimatise yourself for the day while exploring the market and getting yourself a transport for rest of your travelling in Leh.
Either you can get a cab or bike rented for 5 days.
Since I am budget traveller, I always find a way to spend least and travel more. 24th Aug. - You can spend your day by exploring the Gompas and Monasteries around and in Leh. Because it is even known as city of Gompas, so you obviously dont wanna miss them
25th Aug- You can now actually start travelling and exploring Ladakh. From Leh to Nubra/Hunder Valley via Khardung La. This way you will cover Khardung La, Nubra, Hunder Sand Dunes. You'll probably reach by 5 or 6 if you start early. Either you can spend your evening with camel rides and all at Sand Dunes. And spend your night at Nubra Or go further to Turtuk Village, it is the last village from that side of India. and possibly the most beautiful place you'll come across in your journey. And spend night there. (If you cover Turtuk Village on 25th you wont have to give a full day of 26th for Turtuk then) 26th Aug- Nubra/Turtuk Village to Pangong Lake. and Spend Night at Tso Pangong. Do get up early and have a sight of lake at around 4:30 in the morning. It looks so beautiful i cant express. 27th Aug- Pangong to Leh. And dont forget to try out the amazing cafe?s in Leh. Serves a great quality and tasty food. Hoping that you are not counting 23rd in your 5 days. You can also travel to Tso Moriri on 27th from Pangong. Stay at pangong amd reach back Leh on 28th. If you want to have a budget travel. you can check how i did my "10 days travelling in LESS THAN 2250 INR. and went till Leh. " https://www.tripoto.com/trip/leh-couldn-t-have-been-597823ff239db
Hi! Six days are a pretty good number of days to explore in and around Meghalaya. Some of the most sought after attractions in Meghalaya are the live root bridges in Mawlynnong, waterfalls in Cherrapunji and the crystal clear lake of Dawki. Monsoons are considered the best time to visit the state, but if you want to avoid crowds then months such as June, September, October and January are pretty good as well. Check out this travelogue for more in-depth information: goo.gl/brkTKk
Trek from bir to biling is 13 km. If u want to enjoy paragliding it is suggested to book one from bir so that the organizer takes u to biling in his own taxi. This way ur precious time and energy could be saved.
Hi Kris, As soon as you create an account on Tripoto, you get the option of 'Publish Trip' on the top, right side of the page, in computer & on top left in Mobile. Just click on that and you can start typing away your travel story! Hope this helps. Looking forward to reading your travelogue on Tripoto.
Morocco is a beautiful country has not only a lively history, but its charm lies also in the diversity of its gorgeous nature and culture. As a travel destination, it is not just a tourist paradise but offers you beautiful cities, breathtaking landscapes and a delicious cuisine as well. A trip to this wonderful place will introduce you to the unique culture of this country. When traveling to Morocco it would be great to seek the help of a reliable travel agency like Sahara Bliss, who is specialized in organizing tours in this part of the world. Do not forget to go through the reviews on their website. I must visit once in future.
Hello Chetan! Check out trips written by travellers who have been to Bali, and plan your trip with the first-hand information! Here's the link to the page- https://www.tripoto.com/search?keywords=bali Hope this helps! :)
Hi Sajid! If you want to reach the Divar Island, ferries are available from Old Goa, and if you want to reach Chorla Ghat, you will have to take the highway road. There are no ferries that go directly from Divar to Chorla Ghats.