Thailand, Air, 6 Nights, From $1,099

Discover Thailand’s bustling capital, beautiful beaches, and ancient ruins with this classic itinerary.

By , Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012, 4:05 PM

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok's temples come alive on this guided tour.

(Courtesy greektraveler/myBudgetTravel)

Starting January 26, 2012, all packages including airfare are required to include taxes and fees in the price. Please contact the tour company to see if the cost of this package has been affected. Additional restrictions/baggage charges may also apply. See deal link below for a full list of terms and conditions.

The Real Deal Round-trip airfare to Bangkok on Air China; three nights in Bangkok at Rembrandt Hotel; one night in Ayutthaya at Kantary Hotel; two nights in Kanchanaburi at River Kwai Resotel; daily breakfast and one dinner; round-trip hotel transfers; all sightseeing ground transportation; the services of an English-speaking guide, including tours of the Reclining Buddha, Wat Arun and the ancient city of Ayutthaya; hotel taxes; and fuel surcharges; from $1,099—plus estimated airport taxes and fees of up to $99.

When Sept. 4, 2012 ($1,099); add from $100 for Sept. 11, 2012; from $200 for Apr. 15, 22, Sept. 18, 2012; from $300 for Mar. 25, Sept. 25, 2012; from $400 for Oct. 2, 9, 16, 2012.

Gateways L.A. ($1,099).

The Fine Print Does not include up to $99 in airport taxes and fees. Based on double occupancy; single supplement from $350. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.

Book By Feb. 15, 2012.

Contact Friendly Planet, 800-555-5765,

Why It’s a Deal A recent search on Kayak showed that the lowest round-trip airfare from L.A. to Bangkok starts from $980 with taxes for travel in early September (EVA Air). Add to that $202 per person, including tax, for three nights at Rembrandt Hotel, $40 per person for one night at Kantary Hotel and $80 for two nights at River Kwai Resotel, and you’d be paying $1,302 for just the airfare and accommodations. For $104 less than that, this package covers the flight, six nights’ hotel accommodations, plus seven meals, all ground transportation, including round-trip airport transfers and cross-country sightseeing, plus the services of an English-speaking guide, all taxes and fees, and offers the added convenience of all-in-one booking.

More Adventurous travelers can opt for one or both of two optional extensions—a three-night trip to Cambodia’s Angkor Wat from $999 per person, and a three-night trip to Phuket Island from $449 per person.

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