Thailand, Bangkok

Thailand FOR MICE AND LEISURE

 TAGG TRAVEL  based in Bangkok where we receive your inquiries and support your business  competitively and with absolute exclusive services in Thailand, in all your needs from hotels accommodation , Transportations and private tours programs at your preference.

We are mostly specialized in event management and manage your MICE inquiries / groups  with a promises to exceeding your expectations with our groups arrangements and professional handling.

Services: TAGG Travel offers destination management services for Thailand, corporate groups and incentives, conferences and meetings travel and tourism services in Thailand.

 

 

TAGG Travel

GM: Amr Mekkawi

Mobile:+66835664433

amr@taggtravel.com

www.taggtravel.com

INCENTIVE TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS IN THAILAND

Get local in Bangkok

Thailand’s capital has a list of big attractions – such as the Grand palace and the reclining golden Buddha at what pho.

One of the special parts of Bangkok tour at jim Thompson House museum. (Where Thai silk is manufactured in real in front if you)

The skyline of Bangkok

Early morning mists in Doi Angkhang

Seek out Chiang Mai’s ancient temples and colourful markets

Just an hour’s flight from Bangkok and yet Thailand’s second largest city, Chiang Mai, couldn’t be more different from its big sister.

The Wat Suan Dok temple in Chiang Mai

Relax on Thailand’s Andaman Coast

The warm sands and crystal-clear waters around all of Thailand’s beaches, Phang Nga Bay runs from Phuket to Krabi, fantastic for diving and snorkeling allowing you to enjoy a picnic lunch on the beach and then return to your hotel in the afternoon.

The white sand beaches of phuket

Cruise to Ayuthaya

The Ancient capital of Siam, Ayuthaya is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with ancient temples, departs from Bangkok and journeys up the Chao Phraya River when you arrive the boat overnight so you can admire the lighted temples while you dine on board.

Visit the Bridge over the River Kwai

Built by the Japanese in the Second World War, the bridge over the River Kwai.