“Is there anything better than seeing the world with your family?” Having the same notion in mind, Sweta planned a trip for her small loving family. She decided to take a family trip to Thailand with her husband and 1-year old daughter.
Since this was our first international trip, we wanted it to be memorable and full of experiences. Thanks to Traveltriangle which helped me book a package suitable to my requirements and budget, we had an ineffable experience on our trip. I can’t wait to go back there and relive all our memories from the trip
Trip Details of Sweta’s Family trip to Thailand
Let’s have an insight on how to plan a family trip to Thailand with the help of Sweta’s experience.
Trip type: Family
Trip Duration: 5N/6D
Trip Cost: INR 113,140
Inclusions: Airfare, Accommodation with breakfast, Airport transfers, Cab with English speaking driver, sightseeing
Exclusions: Travel insurance, visa on arrival
5 Days Family Trip to Thailand Itinerary
Here is the detailed itinerary of my family trip to Thailand:
Day 1: Arrival in Krabi
With great excitement for our family trip to Thailand from India, we landed in Krabi and checked in Holiday Inn Express Krabi Ao Nang Beach. The savvy hotel was just a few minutes walk away from the beach. We took a walk on the beach in the evening and checked the nearby market.
Day2: The 4-Island Tour
Krabi is blessed with numerous exotic islands. So, we got on board the famous 4-island Krabi Tour. It was full of surprises and adventure. My watersports-loving husband enjoyed snorkeling in the deep blue waters of the ocean. The perfect decision to add it in our family itinerary for Thailand. Boy, he was thrilled! He was excited like a small kid with a candy. The sandy beaches of Krabi were absolutely stunning. We were blown away by the azure waters and the lush green surroundings of the beaches.
Day 3: Temple Tour and Rainforest
Krabi is a treasure house of natural wonders and beauty. We were thrilled to discover the oh-so-amazing rainforests of Krabi. We had a fun-filled day at Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park where we splashed around in the Emerald Pool and Krabi Hot Springs. My daughter had so much fun flapping her hands in the water. We took a walk on the wooden pavement shaded with the trees around.
Our Rainforest Tour was followed by The Temple Tour. We visited the serene quarters of Wat Tham Seua, famously known as Tiger Cave Monastery, where the Buddhist monks meditate and live the tough monk life. The quietude and peace of that place were simply divine. We were amazed by the austere lifestyle of the monks and how they live inside the small quarts shaped like a cave. The place teaches you that you don’t need things to be happy. It is one of the must-visit places in Krabi.
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Day 4: Arrival in Bangkok
We arrived in Bangkok by early afternoon and checked-in Ramada D MA. We were impressed by the hospitality and service of this plush property. Their luxurious rooms provided all the comfort to relax and unwind. Our room was so cozy that we spent the entire day inside the hotel.
Day 5: Safari World
I am so grateful to TravelTriangle for convincing me to add Safari World to our itinerary. The place really lives up to its tagline “World of Happiness”. It was a delight for my 1-year old munchkin. She had a time of her life in the zoo watching all those animals and birds in the park. She was so excited it felt like she was in her own ‘Zootopia’. LOL. We also had the pleasure to enjoy the Dolphin Show inside the park. It was a great end to our family trip to Thailand.
Wow moments on the trip
- Rainforest tour and Tiger Cave Temple Tour In Krabi
- Safari World in Bangkok
Overall experience with TravelTriangle
Thanks to TravelTriangle, we had a blast on our family trip to Thailand. Everything was very well organized from hotels to transfers to sightseeing tours and it was certainly the best family holiday in Thailand.
Tips for the future travelers
- Before you embark on your trip, make sure you are well familiar with the documents and formalities required for the immigration process.
- Also, carry enough cash. Don’t rely too much on the cards since there are some places in Thailand where cards are not accepted.
If you thought Thailand was not a family destination, all your misconceptions must have been shattered after reading Sweta’s story. Plan a family trip to Thailand to enjoy sunbathing at its exotic beaches and have thrilling adventures.
Frequently Asked Questions About Family Trip To Thailand
Is Thailand Family Friendly?
It is for sure! Thailand offers amazing kid-friendly activities for families. It’s fun on the beaches, kids activities and city tours. Fun is all around and of course the nightlife needs to be avoided with kids. Rest of the place is exciting in every way.
Do you need vaccinations for Thailand?
It is not necessary to go for vaccinations for Thailand. However, if you have a kid along, make sure all the vaccines are done before flying as kids are more susceptible to climate change and catch virus easily.
Do I need to take malaria tablets for Thailand?
You may take them along for the safer side especially if travelling with a kid. It is better to consult a doctor for some commonly prevailing diseases in other countries during the time of your travel.
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