America Houston Texas Austin New Orleans Atlanta Chicago 15 Days TATUS8653

America Houston Texas Austin New Orleans Atlanta Chicago 15 Days TATUS8653

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America Houston Texas Austin New Orleans Atlanta Chicago 15 Days TATUS8653


CODE : TATUS8653
 Texas, United States
AirlineEVA Air
Travel period :
14 Sep 2024 to 28 Sep 2024 Period Other time
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USD 8,176
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Tour Itinerary
  • Date
    1
    Bangkok – Taipei – George Bush Intercontinental

    09:30 a.m. Meet at Suvarnabhumi Airport. EVA Air Line Check-in
    12.20 Departure for Taiwan Taoyuan Airport (TPE) by flight BR212 (flight time approximately 3.50 hrs.). The airline provides breakfast on board.
    05:10 p.m. Arrive at Taiwan Taoyuan Airport (TPE), change flight.
    10:00 p.m. Depart for George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) by flight BR52 (flight time approximately 13.40 hours). The airline provides dinner and breakfast on board.
    ******** Fly across the International Time Zone line ********
    10:40 p.m. Arrive at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), go through immigration and customs formalities.
    Take you to your hotel.
    Take you to the Hilton Houston Hotel **** or similar (1st night)

  • Date
    2
    Houston – Houston Museum of Natural Science – Space Center Houston – Tanger Outlets Houston

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you on a trip to Houston. Located in the southern United States. It is the most populous city of Texas. and is the 4th most populous city in the United States and the 6th most populous city in North America. Take you to visit the Houston Museum of Natural Science, a natural history museum located on the northern border of Hermann Park. in Houston, Texas, United States The museum was founded in 1909 by the Houston Museum and Science Association. , an organization whose goal is to provide free institutions for Houstonians. with emphasis on education and science The museum building includes a central facility that includes a four-story natural science atrium and exhibits, the Burke Baker Planetarium, the Cockrell Butterfly Center, and the Wortham Giant Screen Theater (formerly Wortham IMAX Theatre). As of 2022, the museum is accepting visitors. 1,520,000 visitors, making it 7th on the list of most visited museums in the United States. and is the third most visited science museum in the United States.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    Afternoon, take you to visit Space Center Houston (distance 43 km, takes about 35 minutes), a science museum that serves as the official visitor center of NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston. Designated as a Smithsonian museum in 2014, the organization is owned by NASA and operated under contract by the non-profit Manned Spaceflight Education Foundation. A 501 organization, the Johnson Space Center is home to mission control and astronaut training. The center opened in 1992, replacing the original visitor center in Johnson Space Center Building 2. The museum spans 250,000 square feet and showcases more than 400 space artifacts, including the Mercury 9, Gemini 5, and Apollo 17 space capsules. You can view parts from various rockets and spacecraft. There is also a tram tour of the mission control center. There is a movie theater showing movies about space and shows showing life in space. Take you to visit the museum that displays various parts of rockets and space shuttles. As well as astronaut suits and moon rocks that you can touch. Freedom for you to capture and admire the wonders and advancements of NASA in space in each era. Take you to Tanger Outlets Houstan (distance 19 km., takes about 20 minutes), which is a large outlet with over 100 stores such as COACH, GUESS, POLO, SAMSONITE, NIKE, CK, GAP, POLO. , TIMBERLAND, TOMMY HILFIGER, and many more. Free for you to walk around. Shopping and choosing products at your leisure.
    In the evening, have dinner at a Chinese restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Houston Hotel **** or similar (2nd night)

  • Date
    3
    Houston – Texas – The Alamo – San Antonio River

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you to San Antonio (travel time approximately 3.30 hours), which is a city in the state of Texas. United States It is the second-largest city in the state and the fourth-highest in growth percentage in the country. It is the gateway to the southwestern region of the country. The city's name comes from the name of the Portuguese St. Anthony of Padua.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    Afternoon, take you on a tour of the Alamo Mission in San Antonio. The Alamo is part of the San Antonio Mission World Heritage Site in San Antonio, Texas. of the united states It was founded in the 18th century as a Roman Catholic missionary mission, and the fortress compound was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. On July 5, 2015, The Alamo joined with the missionary mission. Four other religious orders in the San Antonio Missionary National Historical Park are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Alamo is now a museum in the Alamo Square Historic District. Then take you to the San Antonio River Walk (The San Antonio River Walk), an urban park and special pedestrian street in San Antonio, Texas. One level below the motorway, the River Walk winds and loops beneath the bridge into two parallel sidewalks lined with restaurants and shops. It connects major attractions such as Shops at Rivercenter, Arneson River Theatre, Marriage Island, La Villita, HemisFair Park, Tower Life Building, San Antonio Pearl Museum of Art. and the city's five Spanish colonial missions, which are designated World Heritage Sites, including the Alamo, during the annual Fiesta San Antonio in spring. The River Parade features a float of flowers floating along the river. The area within the perimeter of the River Walk was the heart of the original Villa de Bejar outpost in the 1700s that would eventually become the city of San Antonio. Free for you to walk around. and capture impressive photos along both sides of the river
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Palacio del Rio **** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    4
    San Antonio - Austin - Texas State Capitol - Ann W. Richards Avenue Bridge

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you on a tour of the Texas State Capitol (Texas State Capitol) (distance 128 km, takes approximately 1.20 hours) is the capitol and seat of government of the state of Texas of the United States. Located in Austin, Texas, this structure houses the offices and meeting rooms of the Texas Legislature and the Governor of Texas. Designed in 1881 by architect Elijah E. Myers, it was built. Between 1882 and 1888, under the direction of civil engineer Reuben Lindsay Walker, a $75 million underground extension was completed in 1993. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1888. 1970 and was recognized as a National Historic Landmark in 1986.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    In the afternoon, take you to the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge, a bridge in the heart of Austin that crosses the Colorado River. This bridge is known as the Congress Avenue Bridge. and the current bridge was renamed in honor of Ann W. Richards, the 45th Governor of Texas, to a concrete arch bridge. There are three southbound lanes and sidewalks and three northbound lanes on both sides of the bridge. The bridge now serves as home to the world's largest urban bat colony. In early October, around the time the sun begins to set. There are many bats flying out of Congress Bridge for you to see. These bats nest under the bridge. We can stand on the bridge and see these bats. It is a natural wonder that is hard to see from the city center.
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Austin ***** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    5
    Bullock Texas History Museum - New Orleans

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you on a trip to the Bullock Texas State History Museum, a history museum in Austin, Texas. This museum is named after the 38th Lieutenant Governor of Texas, Bob. Bullock, who is an advocate for the preservation and exhibition of Texas history. and is located just a few blocks north of the Texas State Capitol. with the objective of interpreting Texas story that is continually revealed to the widest possible audience through meaningful educational experiences
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    01:00 p.m. Transfer to Austin-Bergstrom Airport (AUS).
    03:26 p.m. Departure for Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport (MSY) by American Airlines AA3690 (takes approximately 1.24 hrs.)
    04:50 p.m. Arrive at Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport (MSY), go through immigration and customs formalities.
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Take you to the New Orleans Marriott ***** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    6
    St. Louis Cathedral – Jackson Square – Mardi Gras Costume and Culture Museum – Natchez Steamboat Ride

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you on a journey to New Orleans. It is a city and parish located along the Mississippi River in southeastern Louisiana. With a 2019 estimate of 390,144 people, it is the most populous city in Louisiana. and is an important economic center with a key port in the U.S. Gulf Coast region. Take you on a tour of St. Louis Cathedral, the seat of the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the oldest cathedral in the United States that is still in continuous use today. The cathedral is dedicated to St. Louis. (or King Louis IX of France) The first church was built in 1718, and the third was built under Spanish rule in 1789. It was elevated to cathedral status in 1793. It was originally destroyed in the Great Fire of 1788. Its enlargement, additions, and renovations were completed in the 1850s, and parts of the 1789 structure still remain. St. Louis Cathedral is located in Fe. French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana and located next to Jackson Square. Facing the Mississippi River in the historic heart of New Orleans Then take you to see Jackson Square, an old park in the French Quarter. New Orleans, Louisiana This square was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960 as a downtown landmark throughout New Orleans' history. and as a place where, in 1803, Louisiana was purchased by the United States as a United States territory. The statue in the center of the square is that of Andrew. Jackson on horseback Designed by Clark Mills, take you on a journey to the Mardi Gras Museum of Costumes & Culture, showcasing the personal collection of Carl Mack, the famous actor known for Named The Xylophone Man, entertainer, customer, and owner Carl Mack Presents, this venue tells the story of Mardi Gras and Carnival through the display of ornate costumes. The Mardi Gras Museum is a contemporary celebration that captures the pulse of the diverse grassroots traditions of Mardi Gras enthusiasts, walkers' clubs, Mardi Gras Indians. Cajun Mardi Gras busker and street performer king and queen and masquerade ball It is also the creativity and craftsmanship that goes into creating great costumes. You can take unlimited selfies in the costume closet. Complete with authentic clothing
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    02:00 p.m., take you aboard The Steamboat Natchez. Experience a two-hour Mississippi River cruise from the heart of the French Quarter that will show you why this city was founded on Beautiful crescent of the lower Mississippi River You'll see New Orleans as one of the world's busiest ports from the best vantage point in the city aboard the Natchez steamer.
    In the evening, have dinner at a Chinese restaurant.
    Take you to the New Orleans Marriott **** or equivalent hotel.

  • Date
    7
    World War II Museum – Oak Tunnel

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you to visit the National WWII Museum, formerly known as the National D-Day Museum. It is a military history museum located in the center. In the middle of business in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Andrew Higgins Drive between Camp Street and Magazine Street, this museum focuses on the United States' contribution to the Allied victory in World War II. This museum was established in 2000. And later, the United States Congress designated it as America's official World War II museum in 2004. This museum is a museum affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution. It is part of the Smithsonian Institution's outreach program. The museum's mission emphasizes the American experience in World War II.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    In the afternoon, take you to see the oak tree tunnel (Oak Alley Plantation) (distance 86 km., takes about 1 hour) which is an oak tree plantation. Located in the community of Vacherie, Louisiana, on the west bank of the Mississippi River. It is named for its distinctive appearance. or a walkway with a wooden roof Created by two rows of live southern oaks approximately 240 meters long, which were planted in the early 1800s, long before the current houses were built, the allée, or tree line, stretches between the houses and the river. It is a designated National Historic Landmark for its architecture and landscape. and for agricultural innovation by grafting pecans Operated there in 1846–47 by a gardener, the oak tunnel was part of one of the most beautiful scenes in the timeless blockbuster Forrest Gump. It is also protected as a National Historic Landmark of the United States.
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Transfer you to the New Orleans Marriott **** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    8
    New Orleans - Atlanta - Centennial Olympic Park

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    09:30 a.m. Take you to Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport (MSY).
    11:35 a.m. Departure for Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta Airport (ATL) on Delta Air Lines DL2400.
    Lunch: You are free to eat lunch at your leisure.
    02:05 p.m. Arrive at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta Airport (ATL).
    Afternoon, take you to Atlanta (Atlanta), located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains at an altitude of only 300 m above sea level. Atlanta has a unique landscape that includes rolling green hills. and the densest urban tree cover of any major city in the united states Take you on a tour of Centennial Olympic Park, a beautiful representation of Atlanta's Olympic heritage and premier entertainment district. Built in preparation for the 1996 Olympics, the park is now a lively space to learn, work and play. Surrounded by popular attractions like the Georgia Aquarium The World of Coca-Cola and Mercedes Benz Stadium There's plenty to do in and around the park. You can enjoy a free audio walking tour that highlights Atlanta's growth before and after the game. The Olympic Games, unique festivals such as Sweetwater 420 and Shaky Knees attract internationally renowned artists every year. Attractions like the SkyView Ferris Wheel, CNN Studio Tours and the Fountain of Rings Splashpad will keep everyone busy. Centennial Olympic Park is the city's lively meeting place. It brings the local community and visitors together in the shadow of the city's skyline.
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Atlanta ***** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    9
    DeKalb Farmers Market - Jimmy Carter Library and Museum – Atlanta Botanical Garden

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you to visit the Dekalb Farmers Market (14 km., takes about 25 minutes). It is a world-famous market with Robert Blazer as its founder. It started in 1977 because of the produce. Little Decatur has grown in popularity and become a popular tourist destination. It attracts thousands of tourists per year. It's the best source for the Atlanta area's freshest and hard to find grocery products. Open all year every day. Except for Thanksgiving and Christmas, the Dekalb Farmers Market is a great source of fresh produce. Freshly made pasta, bread, meat, seafood and anything else you need for your kitchen. Don't be surprised if you bump into a chef from one of Atlanta's top restaurants shopping the market for high-end ingredients. This market is a spacious place. Loaded with miles of fresh produce at bargain prices. Walk in and out of the dry goods stall to choose from an interesting selection of sauces. And don't miss the spice section where you'll find all kinds of condiments in large bins at super low prices. Freedom for you to choose and buy. Shop for souvenirs at your leisure. Take you on a tour of the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, which houses President Jimmy Carter's documents and other documents. Concerning the Carter administration and the life of the Carter family. The library also houses special exhibits, such as Carter's Nobel Peace Prize. and a full-size replica of the Oval Office as it would have looked during the Carter administration.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    In the afternoon, take a tour of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, a 30-acre botanical garden located next to Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta. Established in 1976, the garden's mission is to develop and maintain plant species for the purposes of display, education, conservation, research and enjoyment. Additionally, the Atlanta Botanical Garden It is also home to the Kendeda Canopy Walk, a 600-foot (180 m) canopy walkway that allows visitors to tour the city's last remaining urban forest from above. About 40 feet in the air through the treetops of Storza Forest. A skywalk extends from the cliffs in the park to the branches of oaks, hickories, and poplars. The structure also provides an aerial view of the forest park below. The uniqueness of Canopy Walk is therefore believed by city leaders. This would become a symbol of Atlanta.
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Atlanta **** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    10
    Atlanta – Chicago – Millennium Park – Human Face Fountain – Cloud Gate – Buckingham Fountain – Field Museum

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    08:30 a.m. Transfer to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport (ATL).
    11:03 a.m. Departure for Chicago O'Hare Airport (ORD) on United Airlines UA626.
    12:13 p.m. Arrive at Chicago O'Hare Airport (ORD).
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a Chinese restaurant.
    Afternoon, take you to Millennium Park, a public park that is a collection of art. Let people come and relax. and attracts many tourists to come and see the artworks of world-class artists Has been gathered in this garden and one sculpture that is interesting to those who see it is the Crown Fountain, a sculpture in the fountain courtyard, mixed and modern art. Designed by Jaume Plensa, Krueck and Sexton Architects and completed in 2004, this fountain infuses people with a sense of interaction between art. and represents the diversity of Chicago's population. The fountain is a rectangular brick platform more than 50 feet long. On one side is an LED screen that reflects the faces of more than 1,000 people in various poses, all of which are the faces of Chicago residents. There is also a cool gimmick of making a fountain spray out of the face around the mouth. It's like people are spraying water. It creates a lot of fun for people who go to relax and play in the fountain. Take you to take photos with Cloud Gate (Cloud Gate or The Bean), a “stainless steel bean” sculpture, another symbol of Chicago. Then take you to see and take photos with Buckingham Fountain, a large fountain. Magnificently located in the heart of Grant Park. It's a major landmark in Chicago. It stands out from afar with its large fountain floor and spacious bathtub. This fountain is in the Beaux-Arts style. fine arts It has a 3-tiered rococo style wedding cake structure inspired by The Latona Fountain at the Palace of Versailles The fountain was funded by Kate Sturges Buckingham, a wealthy family who patronized the arts in Chicago. Take you to visit the Field Museum in the gardens of Jurassic World. See dinosaur fossils You will be able to experience dinosaur models that will make you feel like walking in Jurassic Park.
    In the evening, have dinner at a Thai restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Chicago **** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    11
    Milwaukee - Harley Davidson Museum - Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you to Milwaukee (Milwaukee) (distance 148 km, takes approximately 1.30 hours) is the largest city in Wisconsin, located on the southwestern edge of Lake Michigan. This city is also the birthplace of the Harley Davidson motorcycle. Take you to visit the Harley Davidson Museum, which showcases the origins of the car. As well as displaying motorbikes for more than 450 people, free for you to take photos. The beauty of motorbikes, generations to come, and the magic of giant motorcycles. that comes with a terrifying roar
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    In the afternoon, take you to tour and stop to take photos at important places in Milwaukee such as City Hall. Take you to visit St. Josaphat Cathedral and St. John of Arc Chapel. Take you to take photos with the plant greenhouse. Mitchell Park (Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory or Mitchell Park Domes) features three large domes that are air-conditioned to grow tropical trees. Even though the outside conditions Snow covers many months of the year. Freedom for you to capture the cuteness and beauty of Milwaukee.
    In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Chicago **** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    12
    Chicago - Lincoln Park - John Hancock Building - Picasso - Willis Tower (Sky Deck)

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you on a tour of Lincoln Park. This park is named after Abraham Lincoln. This place was originally a burial ground. And today there are still large tombstones and cemeteries to be seen. You will see historical statues all around the garden. Including the famous Lincoln statue. which is the work of the sculptor Augustus SaintGaudens. Free for you to take photos. and take a walk to relax at your leisure Take you to the John Hancock Center for a 360-degree view from the observation deck. The John Hancock Building is a skyscraper in America. It is the 24th highest in the world, with a height of 344 meters and a total of 100 floors with an area of over 260,000 square meters. which is used as a residence Restaurants and offices This observation point is located on the 95th floor of this building. The highlight of coming to see the view at this building is slowly leaning down to see the view of Chicago below. I want to see a beautiful view. of Chicago freely allowing you to capture 360-degree views of Chicago.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    In the afternoon, take you to stop and take photos with Picasso's work (The Chicago Picasso). Picasso, a world-renowned artist, created this work and gave it to the Daley Plaza building on August 15. 1967, which this sculpture has a height of approximately 15.2 meters and weighs approximately 147 tons. Take you on a journey up to the Willis Tower (Willis Tower), formerly known as Sears Tower (Sears Tower), a 110-story skyscraper, 442.3 m. high. Chicago, Illinois, designed by architect Bruce Graham and engineer Fazlur Rahman Khan of Skidmore, Owings and Merseyside. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Willis Tower opened in 1973, replacing the World Trade Center as the tallest building in the world for 25 years. 1974–1998 before the record was surpassed by Malaysia's Petronas Tower. Willis Tower is the 3rd tallest building in the United States. It is the 24th highest observation deck in the world. Each year, more than 1.7 million people visit the Skydeck, the tallest observation deck in the United States. This makes it one of Chicago's most popular tourist attractions.
    In the evening, have dinner at a Thai restaurant.
    Take you to the Hilton Chicago **** or similar hotel.

  • Date
    13
    Art Institute of Chicago – Navy Pier –Chicago Premium Outlets

    Morning: Eat breakfast at the hotel.
    Take you on a journey to visit the Art Institute of Chicago (The Art Institute of Chicago), a famous museum with the best collection of works in the world. It's an art museum. Located in Chicago Illinois There are also many important works by masters in art history, American art, and decorative art. both European and American art, Asian art, modern art and contemporary art The Art Institute is part of School of the Art Institute of Chicago with an area of one million square feet It is the second largest museum in the United States after the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. It's time to take you to the Navy Pier, the former American military pier from World War II, which has now been rebuilt as a tourist attraction. It is located in a pier-like location that juts out into Lake Michigan. It is like a one-stop park for families. Because there are rides for children and adults, shops, souvenirs, and many restaurants. Bar for drinking 3D movie theater It is also a facility for holding exhibitions. Built in 1916, the pier turned 100 years old in 2016 and held a grand celebration. You are free to walk around and capture the beauty of the old port at your leisure.
    Lunch: Eat lunch at a local restaurant.
    Afternoon, take you to Chicago Premium Outlet (distance 63 km., takes about 45 minutes). Shop to your heart's content with more than 150 leading brand name stores, offering products in Prices that invite you to choose from a wide variety of brands such as CK, DKNY, GAP, GUESS, TIMBERLAND, ADIDAS, NIKE, COACH, SAMSONITE, RAYBAN and many others. Freedom for you to walk around and shop at your leisure.
    In the evening, have dinner at a Chinese restaurant.
    09:00 p.m. Take you to O'Hare Airport (ORD).

  • Date
    14
    Chicago - Taiwan - Bangkok

    12:30 a.m. Depart for Taiwan Taoyuan Airport (TPE) by flight BR55 (flight time approximately 3:30 p.m.). The airline provides dinner and breakfast on board. The airline serves dinner and breakfast on the plane.
    ********** Fly across the international time zone line ***********

  • Date
    15
    Bangkok

    05:00 a.m. Arrive at Taiwan Taoyuan Airport (TPE), stopover for flight.
    07.40 a.m. Depart for Suvarnabhumi Airport by flight BR75 (flight approximately 3.45 hours). The airline provides breakfast on the plane.
    10.25 a.m. Arrive in Bangkok safely.

Meals And Accommodation
Date
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Hotels
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Hilton Houston Hotel or Equivalent
2
Hilton Houston Hotel or Equivalent
3
Hilton Palacio del Rio or Equivalent
4
Hilton Austin or Equivalent
5
New Orleans Marriott or Equivalent
6
New Orleans Marriott or Equivalent
7
New Orleans Marriott or Equivalent
8
Hilton Atlanta or Equivalent
9
Hilton Atlanta or Equivalent
10
Hilton Chicago or Equivalent
11
Hilton Chicago or Equivalent
12
Hilton Chicago Hotel or Equivalent
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Terms and Conditions
  • Full Payment

  • This booking is not confirmed. (Due to change all the time), We'll checking and confirm to the customers within 24 hours

Package Include
  • Round-trip tourist class flight ticket on EVA Air (1 piece of luggage not exceeding 23 kg/piece)

  • Airline weight For Domestic flights, 1 ticket of 20 kg.

  • Airport taxes, fuel taxes, air insurance

  • Travel accident insurance with a limit of 1,500,000 baht and medical expenses abroad with a limit of 2,000,000 baht

  • Medical expenses after returning from abroad within 21 days, limit 40,000 baht (insurance does not cover those over 85 years of age)

  • Accommodation costs throughout the trip (double room occupancy)

  • Cost of all meals as specified, transportation or pick-up and drop-off fees During the tour, entrance fees to places as specified

  • Officials (Thai guides) are on hand to provide convenience throughout the trip. Including tip finished

Package Exclude
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone and fax fees Minibar drinks and other expenses not specified

  • Value added tax 7% and withholding tax 3%

  • Tips for porters in hotels It is recommended that you take care of the bag yourself. to prevent loss

  • American visa cost (Customers must submit a visa and interview in person only)

Cancellation
  • Notify travel cancellation 30 days in advance of trip, deduct actual expenses. Such as deposits for airplane tickets, visa and processing fees (if any), hotel fees, train ticket fees. Details will be shown to customers. (Note: During peak season, airlines provide deposits 2-3 months in advance. travel)

  • Notification of travel cancellation 15-29 days before travel, deduct 50% of tour fee + actual expenses.

  • Notification of travel cancellation 0-14 days before travel, 100% of tour fee will be forfeited.

  • Travelers who are unable to enter or exit the city due to submitting false documents 100% deduction of expenses

  • If the tour reservation is canceled After submitting the visa successfully The company reserves the right to use your passport to cancel your visa in all cases. It does not matter if the visa application cost is included or separated from the tour.

Note
  • The company reserves the right to cancel the trip in the event that there are less than 10 people traveling. Travelers will be notified at least 30 days in advance before travelling.

  • The company reserves the right to change tours to any tourist attractions that are closed and will provide alternative tourist attractions as a priority. or refund the entrance fee to the traveling group instead

  • The company reserves the right to change the itinerary. In the case of a force majeure event such as an airline delay. Strikes, protests, natural disasters, riots, accidents, traffic problems. Problems with slow service at restaurants or any causes beyond the control of the company, etc. This will take into account and preserve the interests of travelers as much as possible. And if the tour leader does not proceed with the tour according to the program You must argue and claim rights to that item. If you have no objections It is considered that you accept the said tour.

  • Because this tour is a lump sum payment with an overseas agent. You are unable to claim a refund. In the event that you refuse or waive your right In using the services provided by the tour Unless you have agreed or informed before traveling.

  • The company will not be responsible for any expenses incurred. If you are refused immigration and will not refund the tour fee that you have already paid If you are refused entry Due to actions that appear to be illegal or escaping into the city

  • In the case where you will use an official passport (Blue book) Traveling with a group. The company reserves the right not to be responsible. If you are refused entry or exit from a country Because normally tourists use individual passports. Crimson book

  • Once you have booked a tour and paid the deposit. It means that you accept the messages and conditions that the company has informed above.