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Thailand FAQ's-1 1. How does one acquire a VISA for Thailand? Visa for Thailand, can be acquired easily. Especially when it comes to Indians. If you are planning to visit Thailand, you can get a Visa on arrival, for 15 days or less. This kind of Visa is available across all the International Airports in Thailand. The fees for Visa on arrival for Indians are 2000 Baht and the fees need to be paid only in cash and only local Thai Baht currency is accepted, as a payment for the Visa fees. 2. How much weight can I carry while travelling to Thailand? The weight of your baggage should not exceed more than 30 kgs (66 pounds) Passengers who are travelling by economy class are given a free baggage allowance of two pieces. 3. What kind of clothing should be included in your travel baggage? Natural and light fabrics such as cotton and linen are perfect during the hot months of April - June. You can always include sunscreen, sunglasses in your accessory bag. 4. Which is the best season to travel to Thailand The weather in Thailand is pleasant round the year, especially during the months from November to March. Extreme hot summer months are witnessed during April to May. The rainy season occurs during the month of June to October. 5. Which are some of the best islands to visit in Thailand? A tropical sanctuary that is blessed with glistening white sands and exotic seashores, Thailand is home to some of the most exotic islands that are stitched together, every island is distinct from each. We have listed down a list of islands, that you can’t miss on your next visit to Thailand. Koh Phangan, famous for it’s one of a kind party atmosphere Koh Lipe, famous for snorkeling sites Koh Phi Phi, secluded and mesmerizing seashores Phuket, experience tropical luxury at it’s best Koh Samui, the perfect island for honeymooners 6. What kind of meals are provided during the Thailand trip? Indian buffet as well as International meals are available during the tour. 7. Do we have to purchase a SIM card during the stay Yes, we will provide you a blank SIM card, during your course of stay. 8. Are meals provided during the flight? In all full service carriers, ,meals are included in the flight. The meal prices will differ from various airline carriers. 9. Is breakfast included at the resort/ hotel? Yes, a wide array of breakfast meals will be available during your stay. 10. What are the water activities should be tried in Thailand? Thailand and it’s offbeat beach shores and islands provides various water sports activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, kitesurfing, Kayaking, Wakeboarding, Jet skiing, Banana boat, White water rafting etc. 11. What will be the ideal number of days for tour duration in Thailand? Thailand is an exotic tropical destination perfectly designed with numerous islands under its umbrella. Minimum 2-3 days should be spent on each island. You can make your customized itinerary, across some of the most popular destinations such as Krabi, Phuket, Pattaya, etc. 12. Which currency is used in Thailand? Thai Baht is widely accepted across Thailand and the islands that are part of Thai province. We would recommend you to exchange money upon arrival in Thailand.

13. What can vegetarians eat in Thailand?

Here are the top vegetarian dishes you must try during your visit to Thailand:

- Laab Jay (Vegan Laab)

- Tao Hoo Song Kreung (Mixed Tofu)

- Pad Phak (Stir-Fried Vegetables)

- Pak Boong (Morning Glory)

- Pad Thai (Thai Stir-Fried Noodles)

- Som Tum (Papaya Salad)

- Gang Jay (Vegetarian Curry)

14. How to avoid sea sickness

Sea sickness can be avoided by taking sea sickness medication. Medication should usually be taken early, before you board the boat. You can also go for natural remedies such as ginger. Try some ginger tea or ginger biscuits before boarding the boat.

15. Is it safe to travel to Thailand

Thailand is generally a safe country to visit, but it's smart to exercise caution, especially when it comes to dealing with strangers (both Thai and foreigners) and travelling alone. Assault of travelers is relatively rare in Thailand, but it does happen.
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