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Thailand - Bangkok & Hua Hin

from €1419 per person
For the perfect getaway for you and that special someone pick this three-stop hop in Thailand.

Start off in the heaving city of Bangkok where its immense size is matched by the warmth of the locals. If you love the energy of a crowd and hunting for a bargain then Chatuchak Weekend Market is perfect for you. With over 5500 stalls and eateries it is a real feast for the senses.

On to Hua Hin where you can check out the beautiful Klai Kang Won Palace while enjoying the kiss of the sea breeze, get in a round at the highly-rated Banyan Golf Club, tackle the waterslides at Black Mountain Water Park or simply relax and unwind on the golden sands of Suan Son Pradipat Beach.

Staff Comment
Ali McCurdy Bangkok is full of exquisitely decorated Buddhist temples--as you go from one to the next you'll be continually blown away by the craftsmanship and elabourate details. If you'd rather seek enlightenment in a gourmet meal, or dance the night away, you'll also enjoy Bangkok--the restaurant and nightclub scenes here are out of this world.

Ali McCurdy

Senior Travel Consultant
Offer Summary
  • Return Flights from Dublin with KLM including airport taxes
  • Airport transfers on arrival
  • Based on 2 people sharing
  • 3 nights accommodation staying at the Rembrandt Hotel & Towers on a B&B Basis
  • 9 nights accommodation staying at the Evason Hua Hin on a B&B Basis
  • Prices shown based on traveling Oct 2017 *other dates and durations applicable
  • Quote Reference Number 1495485
Hotels this offer applies to
Bangkok
Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

Bed and Breakfast

Bangkok
Majestic Grande Hotel
Bangkok (+€0)

Bed and Breakfast

Bangkok
Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort
Bangkok (+€93)

Room Only

Hua Hin
Evason Hua Hin

Bed and Breakfast

Hua Hin
Amari Hua Hin
Hua Hin (+€0)

Bed and Breakfast

Hua Hin
Anantara Hua Hin Resort
Hua Hin (+€182)

Bed and Breakfast

Staff Tips -
Nicola Dougan

Nicola Dougan
Senior Travel Consultant

  • When visiting temples, dress conservatively - women particularly should wear long skirts or trousers, have their shoulders and knees covered, and should not wear sandals.
  • Thailand's climate is tropical with a mean annual temperature of 28?C and high humidity. There are three distinct seasons - the hot season from March to May, the cool season from November to February and the rainy season from about June to October.
Denise Breen

Denise Breen
Senior Travel Consultant

  • Spas in Hua Hin offer luxurious treatment which suits every budget. The treatment includes both traditional remedies and modern techniques. Facilities at spas in Hua Hin may also include a Jacuzzi and steam bath.
  • Tipping is NOT customary in Thailand, there is absolutely NO mandatory requirement to tip anyone, but small gratuities for great service are very much appreciated.
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