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Entry to Thailand from 1 July 2022 Fully vaccinated passenger Vaccine proved certificate is require from Airlines check in counter & Thailand Health check or Immigration officer Unvaccinated passenger 72hrs before departure ATK or PCR test with proved, required from Airlines check in counter & Thailand Health check or Immigration officer Child below 5year Can enter the same scheme as the same scheme as guardian, must accompanied by guardian Child 5-17 year Unvaccinated & accompanied by guardian : Can enter the same scheme as the same scheme as guardian. Vaccinated 1 or 2 dose can enter to Thailand alone Note : People who are vaccinate 1 dose after recovery from Covid-19 infection are consider fully vaccinated (a medical certificate is require) Vaccinate must complete 14days before travel to Thailand

Gm Holidays offer Bangkok Half Day City Tour

Gm Holidays, Donmuang ( DMK ) airport meeting point as of 1 July 2022 onward

Bangkok international airport meeting point as of 1 July 2022 onward.

We offer luxury bus rental to make your trip even better. Clean and safe. With service assistant on the bus ready to service, you will feel comfortable throughout the journey. Gm Holidays provides 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50-seat long bus operated by Scania

Many type of transport from our company available for your guest for all airport transfer or disposal transfer. Gm Holidays promised to provide all best type of transport that suitable to your budget to make a successful trip / events in our country.

A must-see sight to add to your Bangkok bucket list is Thailand's highest observation deck, which is 314 meters high and offers 360-degree panoramic views from both an inside and outdoor viewing area.

Taste authentic Thai-Chinese cuisine at Yaowarat (Chinatown). With a huge selection of restaurants.

Jay Fai is one of the most popular street food restaurants in Bangkok. This restaurant, which holds a Michelin star, is well-known for its exquisite Thai food. This eatery is constantly busy, needless to say. Therefore, you should arrive early, or we can assist you with our queue service.

There are many other excellent dishes on Jay Oh's menu, which is well renowned for its Mama Noodles Tom Yum. Many, such as her famous crispy pig, boiled rice with duck, and wonderful fried tofu with crispy garlic. There is no way to make reservations and the staff only speaks Thai.

When visiting Pattaya, this is definitely one to try. You can catch some squid at the floating Tappia Cafe on the water! This is one you wouldn't want to miss!

What's better than going on a yacht on a beautiful beach? To be honest, nothing could top that. Yachting in Pattaya is one of the most enjoyable and relaxing times of your day, with sunny beaches and the glimmering ocean. What are you waiting for? Go on and enjoy it!

One of Thailand's most known trademarks is the Tuk Tuk. You'll be enjoying the journey while riding in Thailand's national vehicle. We guarantee that the 45-minute tour of the city's ancient park in Ayutthaya will be an unforgettable experience.

This is definitely one of the locations to go to while in Ayutthaya. The unusual setting and ambiance of Rakna Cafe are well-known. What could be better than a location amid the Ayutthaya rice fields that offer amazing coffee and pictures?

Mallika City, 1905 A.D. “City of culture and lifestyle” Mallika is the retro-city reflecting the past Siamese lifestyle in the Chao Phraya River Basin. During the reign of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V (1873-1910 A.D.), the people’s way of life in 1905 A.D. was plentifully changed. The most pronounced was the abolition of slavery. When freed, these former Siamese slaves had to live and earn a living by themselves without control and supports from their noblemen and masters anymore. They had to live a life of self-sufficiency, self-reliant, and in harmony with all other Siamese people. These changing patterns of lifestyle are the cornerstone of today’s Thai people.

The Kanchanaburi Safari Park is certainly on your list of things to do if you're traveling to Kanchanaburi. With numerous activities, including walking the tigers, elephant shows, and feeding the giraffes and tiger cubs. Don't miss out on this opportunity; it will only come around once in your life!

Despite being only 2 hours away, Kanchanburi is a very recommended place to visit in your spare time. There are a lot of attractions you can check out. The nicest part is that visiting Kanchanaburi doesn't require an overnight stay. You won't miss out on the best parts if you take a day trip!

Make eating a new experience. The dining restaurant Dejtosapak is a floating restaurant. While leaning out on the floating board, you can taste a variety of Thai dishes there.

PB Valley Estate is 150 km northeast of Bangkok, a leisurely two-hour journey along a six-lane highway from Bangkok Metropolis. The Khao Yai wine region was established at PB Valley Estate, which is located on the outskirts of the Khao Yai National Park. The hilly area northeast of Bangkok is always a few degrees cooler than Bangkok, making it possible to travel to PB Valley Estate and the surrounding area all year long. But comparable to all of Thailand, November to March—the dry or so-called winter season—is the greatest time to visit. Section on Wine Tours Table (fresh) grapes are produced and harvested all year round, whereas wine grapes are picked every year from the end of January to the middle of March.

In Khao Yai, the season for sunflowers begins in early November and lasts until late January. So if you are in Thailand during this time, this is a list for you.

Jimthomson Farm is one of the biggest manufacturers of silk and cotton in Thailand. However, the farm only operates for a month in December. You can go to the farm and take in the environment while learning about silk.

One of Khaoyai's finest restaurants. Enjoy your time in a pleasant setting while listening to live music and eating delectable dishes.

The name Khao Sam Roi Yot translates to "the mountain with 300 peaks." O ne of Thailand's largest mountain ranges in the country's southernmost region. Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, which spans 98 km2, is situated on the Prachuap Khiri Khan Province coast about south of Hua Hin. It is Thailand's first marine national park. If you want to go on a hike, this is the ideal location to visit because it is home to a variety of animals and species.

If you are a mountain person, this would be the most recommended place for you. W ith morning sea clouds, lovely flowers, lavender fields, windmills, etc. One of the best sites to view the sea of clouds is at Khao Kho and Phu Tab Berk.

The largest tea producer in the province of Chiang Rai is Chui Fong Tea Plantation. It is one of the most stunning plantations while also being the largest producer of tea. You can sit there and take in the scenery of the mountains and valleys while inhaling fresh air and sipping some of the greatest teas you've ever had.

The largest agricultural destination in Thailand is Singha Park, a stunning 13 km² with a variety of activities. There, you can check out the Buddha Image Pavilion, restaurant, and sports facilities. Additionally, a tram ride can be used to experience this.

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