Bali with Thailand

  • Day 1 Ubud

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    • Pick up from Denpasar International Airport and transfer to your hotel at Ubud. Check-in and couple of hours to rest and have lunch. • Visit to Ubud Palace and Pura Taman Saraswati, Temple of Hindu Goddess Saraswati located within the palace grounds. Enjoy Legong and Barong, traditional Balinese dances in the evening. • Shopping at Ubud Art Market, sfollowed by dinner at Ibu Oka Restaurant which offers authentic Balinese cuisine.
  • Day 2 Kuta

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    • Drive to Kuta for the next leg of your trip after breakfast and settle into your hotel. • Head to Kuta Beach for the day. You can indulge in a number of activities like surfing, swimming, sunbathing, beach soccer, or just sit back in any of the beach restaurants and Bintang, the popular local beer. • Hang out in the evening at the rooftop lounge in Legian Entertainment Complex, party at Sky Dome alongside international DJs.
  • Day 3 Kuta

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    • A couple of hours of fun photography at the Dream Museum Zone that boasts of a collection of huge 3 D wall paintings. • Move to the popular WaterBom Bali water park and experience unlimited thrill on its numerous rides or chill out floating in the Lazy River. • Visit the Uluwatu Temple, magnificently located on top of a steep cliff and about an hour’s distance by car from Kuta. The 10th century temple has some beautiful carvings and ancient sculptures, is a venue for traditional dance performances and has a splendid sunset view. The forest in the front is home to hundreds of monkeys who are considered to be the temple guards.
  • Day 4 Bangkok

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    • Pick from Airport and transfer to your hotel. Take a few hours to rest and freshen up. Have lunch at the hotel restaurant. • Take an evening boat ride at Chao Phraya River for excellent views of the riverside temples and hotels. The river, with its many waterways, is also sometimes known as the Venice of the East. • Visit Khao San Road for the sheer energy of the place. The street is an amazing example of East meets West with its street vendors, Tuk-Tuk drivers, and the many pubs, discotheques, and restaurants.
  • Day 5 Bangkok Sightseeing

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    • Visit to Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, built on the banks of River Chao Phraya in the ancient Khmer Style with Stupas that are decorated with elaborate floral patterns in glazed porcelain. • Next stop is the Grand Palace, the residence of Thai royal family. The grounds of the majestic palace also house the renowned Wat Phra Kaew, also known as The Temple of Emerald Buddha. The temple is home to the 14th century Emerald Buddha statue. • Last stop of the sightseeing tour is Wat Pho with its world famous Reclining Buddha statue. The giant 46 metres statue is covered with gold leaf. The temple complex also offers traditional Thai massages. • Spend the last evening of your holiday by enjoying the many options the city offers ranging from rooftop bars and restaurants, live music bars, clubs, night markets, or spending a mesmerising evening at Siam Niramit Compound that houses the Ratchada theatre with a 90-minute show depicting Thai history and culture, a miniature Thai village, a Thai restaurant, and a souvenir shop.
  • Day 6 Departure

    Breakfast and transfer to departure point.
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