7 Days 6 Nights Bhutan and Thailand Combo




Sight Seeing
The Kingdom’s capital city is home to approximately 100,000 inhabitants including the Royal family. This bustling little city is the main center of commerce, religion and government in the country. The juxtaposition of ancient tradition and modernity make Thimphu the ideal location for visitors to break away from their tour itinerary to immerse themselves in the contemporary Bhutanese lifestyle.
Thimphu is the most modern city in Bhutan with an abundance of restaurants, internet cafes, nightclubs and shopping centers. However, it still retains its’ cultural identity and values amidst the signs of modernization. Thimphu is one of the few towns in Bhutan that have been equipped with ATM banking facilities and is a good place to stock up on some currency.
There are several attractions in Thimphu such as the National Post Office, the Clock Tower Square, the Motithang Takin Preserve, Tango and Chari Monasteries, Buddha Dordenma, National Memorial Chorten, Centenary Farmer's Market, Semtokha Dzong to name a few. These form the most important tourist attractions in the capital city.
The culture of Bhutan is fully reflected in Thimphu in respect of religion, customs, national dress code, and the monastic practices of the monasteries, music, dance, literature and the media. Tshechu is an important festival where mask dances, popularly known as Chams, are performed in the courtyards of the Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu. It is a four-day festival held every year during autumn (September/October), on dates corresponding to the Bhutanese calendar. One of the most curious features of Thimphu is that it is the only capital city in the world that does not use traffic lights. Instead, a few major intersections have policemen standing in elaborately decorated booths (small pavilions), directing traffic with exaggerated hand motions. 
As the political, economic, cultural, culinary, and spiritual capital of Thailand, Bangkok features both old-world charm and modern convenience. Invariably, every Thailand holiday includes a visit to the kingdom’s capital city, Bangkok or Krung Thep, “the city of angels” as it is known to its inhabitants. Many tourists who travel to Bangkok are immediately overwhelmed by the sheer size of the city and the vast number of attractions Bangkok has to offer. Indeed there are a wide variety of Bangkok sightseeing opportunities spanning more than two centuries of rapid development following the city’s founding in 1782 by King Rama I, the first king of the present Chakri dynasty; since that auspicious date, Bangkok has swelled to a cosmopolitan, 21st century city of more than ten million inhabitants.
Day 01| Paro, Bhutan Paro  – Thimphu
                Overnight: Thimphu
Day 02| Thimphu – Paro
                Overnight: Paro
Day 03| Paro Sightseeing
                Overnight: Paro
Day 04 | Paro – Thailand Bangkok
                Overnight: Bangkok
Day 05 | In Bangkok O/N Hotel
                Overnight: Bangkok
Day 06 | In Bangkok
                Overnight: Bangkok
Day 07 | Departure
Day 01| Paro, Bhutan Paro  – Thimphu (driving 1.5 Hours) L/D
Upon your arrival in Paro international airport, our guide will be there to welcome you and transfer to Thimphu. After Lunch, visit the Memorial Chorten built in memory of the late 3rd King. This place now happens to be a get together point for the elderly people, who spend their whole day chanting prayers and meeting their friends. Visit Changangkha Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the valley offering a beautiful view of the valley. Enclosure where the national animal, Takins are kept and drive to visit the largest and the newly built statue of Buddha offering magnificent view of entire Thimphu valley, After 5 PM, visit the fortress of Thimphu, Tashichho Dzong, which houses the throne of the king. Evening walk around the happening town, the largest and the most crowded town in Bhutan
Overnight: Thimphu| Altitude: 2300m
Day 02| Thimphu – Paro (Driving 1.5 hours ) B/L/D
Morning visit the traditional Hand Made Paper Mill. Visit the School of Arts and Crafts where students learn 13 different arts used predominantly in Bhutan. Visit Folk Heritage Museum which explains how a traditional house used to be like in the olden days, later visit the National Library which houses the collection of Bhutanese rich religious text and the contemporary Buddhism teachings from master all around the world. Drive further up to visit the Dechenphodrang monastic school and meet the young monks. Later continue to Zilukha nunnery to meet the nuns and interact with them.
Afternoon drive to Paro, when reach, will visit Paro Dzong on foot and continue walking through the oldest wooden bridge still in use. Continue further to stroll around the old Paro town and peep into some local handicrafts stores. Could get some opportunity to see the traditional game, Archery match going on, Evening back to the hotel
Overnight: Paro
Day 03| Paro Sightseeing B/L/D
Morning drive to the base for the hike (3 hrs uphill) to Tiger’s Nest, the most revered temple in the country that literally hangs on a granite cliff overlooking the Paro valley. Most of the day will go on the hike. On the way back, if you have the energy and time visit the Kichu Lakhang, one of the oldest temples in Bhutan which marks the beginning of Buddhism in the country. farewell dinner with your guide
Overnight: Paro
Day 04 | Paro – Thailand Bangkok
Morning transfer (15 mins) to the airport for your departure flight to Bangkok. Arrive Suvarnabhumi International Airport Bangkok and met by airport representative at arrival sites & pick up transfer to hotel & check in
Day 05 | In Bangkok O/N Hotel
Morning breakfast at hotel.
7.30AM proceed for half day guided sightseeing in Bangkok.
Wat Oho (Re-clining Buddha Temple): This large and extensive temple neighbours the Grand Palace enclave on Thai Wang Road and contains a gigantic gold plated Reclining Buddha some 46 meters long and 15 meters high with inlaid mother of pearl soles. The temple is also regarded as the first center of public education and is sometimes called Thailand's first university.
Wat Trimit (Golden Buddha Temple): Well known for its 3-metre tall, 5.5 tons solid gold Buddha image. This image is believed to have been made over 700 years ago during the Sukhothai period. Originally the gold image was covered with plaster to conceal it from potential invaders. However, around 40 years ago when the image was being moved, it dropped down and the plaster broke to reveal the gold Buddha hidden inside.
Late afternoon free at leisure and Overnight at Hotel.
Day 06 | In Bangkok
Breakfast at hotel.
Free for shopping...
Evening overnight at hotel
Day 07 | Bangkok – Airport
Morning breakfast at hotel & at an appointed time transfer to Bangkok international airport.


  • Visas to Bhutan
  • Accommodation at 3 star hotel
  • All meals in a designated restaurants or hotels
  • Private sightseeing as per itinerary
  • A licensed English-speaking guide
  • A standard tourist vehicle with an experienced driver
  • All Airport transfers
  • Entry fees & road permits
  • All taxes, government charges and Entrance Fees to Monuments
  • USD$ 65  Royalty per day per person
  • USD$ 40 surcharge per day for solo traveller and USD$ 40 surcharge per day per person for 2 travellers
  • Mineral bottled water & snacks
  • Full service & assistance before, during and after your Bhutan trip


  • Twin/triple sharing accommodation 3 nights in Bangkok
  • Daily breakfast at hotel.
  • Sightseeing – half day temple & city tour in Bangkok; sleeping Buddha temple & Golden Buddha temple
  • English Speaking Guide on tours only.
  • Airport-Hotel-airport by private Car, Innova or Van transfers without disposal accordingly.
  • Travel insurance(accidental only that covers 500,000-medical expenses)


  • Flight Airfare
  • Meals at restaurants other than the designated restaurant
  • Expenditure of personal expenses
  • Tips and gratitude to guide and driver
  • Alcoholic Consumption's
  • Any taxes which is not under the purview of Bhutan Government
  • Travel Insurance
  • Anything which is not included in the Inclusions
  • Any other expenditure of personal nature. (Laundry, smoking, Liquor consumption)


  • Tips to services
  • any airfares
  • expenses of personal nature
  • other meals & optional tours (Bangkok) 
    • Optional tours: on join tour basis otherwise mentioned (BANGKOK)
      • Guided Grand palace & emerald Buddha temple half day 
      • Lunch or dinner at Baiyoke Sky tower restaurant with access to revolving floor 
      • Safari World & marine park wz lunch or Dream world wz lunch on SIC 
      • Siam Occean World 
      • Siam Niramit Cultural show wz lunch 
      • English speaking guide on disposal 
      • Full day floating market, Samfran crocodile farm with shows + lunch 
      • Meals 
All accomodations in 3 Star Hotels

Hotel options:

Bhutan: Thimphu

Bhutan: Paro
Thailand: Bangkok
  • PJ Watergate Hotel or Astera Sathorn hotel or similar.
Trip Facts
  • Image Trip Duration : 7 Days
  • Image Area : Thimphu, Paro & Bangkok
  • Image Group Size : 3 (Minimum)
  • Image Flight Options : Yes
  • Image Max. Altitude : 1 m
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