Enchanting Thailand

5 Days & 4 Nights

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Package Summary

Inclusions

Meal Transfer Hotel Flight

Thailand (Land of the Free) replaced Siam as the country's original name in 1939. Thailand has a population of 70 million people, with Bangkok as its capital. The baht (THB) is the country's currency, and Thai is the official language. After Indonesia, Thailand has the second-largest economy in Southeast Asia.

    Day 1 Arrival in Phuket City: Phuket
    Enchanting Thailand

    Arrive in Phuket, our representative will transport you to the hotel. Spend the night in your Phuket hotel.

    Meal Plan

    Breakfast Only

    Day 2 Phuket Sightseeing City: Phuket
    Enchanting Thailand

    Have a delicious breakfast in hotel. Drive along gorgeous beach roads via Patong, Karon, Kata, or Phuket Town on a half-day Phuket city tour. Enjoy the sea views of Kata, Karon, and Patong Beach at Phuket View Point. Travel to Wat Chalong. Phuket's most important temple Wat Chalong is a Buddhist temple and historical monument near Phuket's Chalong Bay. Visit a local factory in Phuket. Return to your hotel.

    Meal Plan

    Breakfast Only

    Day 3 Phi Phi Island Tour City: Phuket
    Enchanting Thailand

    We go after breakfast for a full-day excursion of Phi Phi Island, which includes a local lunch and big-boat transfers (National Park Fees Included). A sleek speedboat will whisk you away to the sparkling turquoise waters and beautiful, pristine beaches at Maya Bay after a simple hotel pick-up. Then it's on to Pileh's lovely green lagoon and Nui Bay's sculpted cliffs for awe-inspiring views. Afterwards, you'll Monkey Beach's roaming monkeys will keep you busy, but be aware that these cheeky creatures are known to take unattended things.

    Meal Plan

    Breakfast Only

    Day 4 Phuket City: Phuket
    Enchanting Thailand

    After breakfast, you have free time to explore Phuket on your own. Phuket is bordered by numerous beautiful beaches, including Rawai, Patong, Karon, Kamala, Kata Yai, Kata Noi, and Mai Khao, due to its size.

    Meal Plan

    Breakfast Only

    Day 5 Departure City: Phuket
    Enchanting Thailand

    After breakfast, depending on flight times we will transfer you to Phuket International Airport for your flight.

    Meal Plan

    Breakfast Only

All Below Prices are Per Person in INR

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Inclusions

  • Full Day Sightseeing
  • Transfers
  • All Applicable Taxes Except GST
  • Breakfast

Exclusions

  • test exclusion
  • Meals Other Than Specified.
  • Doctor on Call.
  • Air fare / Train fare.
  • Any Adventure activities.
  • Local Tour Guides.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Personal Expenses – Laundry, Shopping, Tip Etc.
  • Visa Charges

Booking Procedure

We have a variety of Products suiting the requirements of everyone. You can select the tour as per your preference.
Once you select a Tour and agreed upon the Terms and Conditions, You can book the package online. Guests who are unable to book online, can deposit clearing cheques in any of our Bank Accounts

What happens after you book?
  • Receive Holiday confirmation voucher within 24 hours.
  • Review travel dates, destination etc in confirmation voucher.
  • In case of discrepancy mail us / call us with your Booking ID at
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Check In / Check out time at all the properties would at 1200 hrs (Noon)
All the above mentioned rates are per person rates on twin sharing
For Cancellation please refer to our Terms and Conditions available at our booking office.
Rooms holding shall be for a period of 72 hours only.
The above rates are applicable strictly for resident Indian citizens only

•         Prior to 45 days or more - 25% of tour cost
•         Between 44 and 31 days of departure - 40% of tour cost
•         Between 30 and 15 days of departure - 50% of tour cost
•         Between 14 days and 7  prior to date of departure - 75%
•         Between  6 days and In case of no show - 100%

Use simple language instead of complicated legalese makes life easier for your visitors. It also strengthens your defense if users decide to take legal action against you.

Here’s a case that illustrates the power of clear language in legal documents: In 2019, Google received a GDPR fine of €50 million (~63 million USD) because its agreements weren’t accessible to users and it wasn’t transparent enough.

Seek Legal Advice From an Attorney

Consider seeking help from an experienced corporate attorney when working on the more legal sections and clauses of your terms and conditions.

If they’re willing — and you have the budget for it — you can also ask your attorney to read through your whole agreement to see if anything needs fixing.

Consider If Minors Use Your Service

You should also think about the target market of your site.

If your target market includes minors, you need to have a “Children” or “Youth” section that outlines how the parents of the minors can consent before letting their children use your site.

Use Your Brand’s Voice

Your terms and conditions are part of your site and brand. Use the same style, sentence length, and tone as other pages on your site. Otherwise, your users may get confused.

Use a Managed Solution

Including so many sections in your terms and conditions can be overwhelming. That’s why you should consider using our automated terms and conditions solution.

Instead of coming up with each clause from scratch, all you have to do is answer a few questions about your company and your user base, and we’ll do the rest.

Where to Post Your Terms and Conditions

Once you’ve created a terms and conditions agreement, you need to display it in a prominent area of your website or app.

Here are the top six places to put your terms and conditions:

Inside Current Legal Policies

Link your terms and conditions in other legal documents on your site, such as your End-User License Agreement (EULA) or privacy policy.

Since users typically read all of your site’s legal notices in one go, these links will make it easier for them to understand what they’re agreeing to by joining your site.

Informational Menus or Sections

Placing your terms and conditions in informational menus and sections throughout your site will remind users that they can read your terms and conditions at any time.

It will also make it easier for them to access your website’s terms and conditions as needed.

Website Footer

Most companies put their terms and conditions in the footers of their sites. So that’s where visitors typically expect to see a link to your site’s terms and conditions.

Banners and Pop-Ups

You should also put a link to your terms and conditions on a pop-up or banner that appears whenever users access your site for the first time.

This placement will give you an advantage in the event of a legal dispute because you can demonstrate that you showed the user your website terms and conditions before they started using your service.

During Sign-Up

Another great place to link to your terms and conditions agreement is during the sign-up process.

As with banners and pop-ups, placing a link to your terms and conditions during the sign-up process will give you an advantage in court.

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Use simple language instead of complicated legalese makes life easier for your visitors. It also strengthens your defense if users decide to take legal action against you.

Here’s a case that illustrates the power of clear language in legal documents: In 2019, Google received a GDPR fine of €50 million (~63 million USD) because its agreements weren’t accessible to users and it wasn’t transparent enough.

Seek Legal Advice From an Attorney

Consider seeking help from an experienced corporate attorney when working on the more legal sections and clauses of your terms and conditions.

If they’re willing — and you have the budget for it — you can also ask your attorney to read through your whole agreement to see if anything needs fixing.

Consider If Minors Use Your Service

You should also think about the target market of your site.

If your target market includes minors, you need to have a “Children” or “Youth” section that outlines how the parents of the minors can consent before letting their children use your site.

Use Your Brand’s Voice

Your terms and conditions are part of your site and brand. Use the same style, sentence length, and tone as other pages on your site. Otherwise, your users may get confused.

Use a Managed Solution

Including so many sections in your terms and conditions can be overwhelming. That’s why you should consider using our automated terms and conditions solution.

Instead of coming up with each clause from scratch, all you have to do is answer a few questions about your company and your user base, and we’ll do the rest.

Where to Post Your Terms and Conditions

Once you’ve created a terms and conditions agreement, you need to display it in a prominent area of your website or app.

Here are the top six places to put your terms and conditions:

Inside Current Legal Policies

Link your terms and conditions in other legal documents on your site, such as your End-User License Agreement (EULA) or privacy policy.

Since users typically read all of your site’s legal notices in one go, these links will make it easier for them to understand what they’re agreeing to by joining your site.

Informational Menus or Sections

Placing your terms and conditions in informational menus and sections throughout your site will remind users that they can read your terms and conditions at any time.

It will also make it easier for them to access your website’s terms and conditions as needed.

Website Footer

Most companies put their terms and conditions in the footers of their sites. So that’s where visitors typically expect to see a link to your site’s terms and conditions.

Banners and Pop-Ups

You should also put a link to your terms and conditions on a pop-up or banner that appears whenever users access your site for the first time.

This placement will give you an advantage in the event of a legal dispute because you can demonstrate that you showed the user your website terms and conditions before they started using your service.

During Sign-Up

Another great place to link to your terms and conditions agreement is during the sign-up process.

As with banners and pop-ups, placing a link to your terms and conditions during the sign-up process will give you an advantage in court.

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Room 1

Adults:

Age Above '11' treated as Adult

Children: