PTT Thailand Grand Prix 2019 (Thailand MotoGP™) – Travel Packages & Tours
|Package Name||Nights of Accommodation Incl||Type of Accommodation||Price (from)|
|4 Night Surin Package||4||Hotel||SOLD OUT|
|5 Night Package including Flights (plus 1 Night in Bangkok)||5||Hotel||SOLD OUT|
The PTT Thailand Grand Prix 2019 will be just the second staging of a MotoGP round in Thailand and there’s little doubt that it will be the best with the event organisers sure to have learnt a thing or two from the inaugural race in 2018, and they’ll still be very keen to impress to retain the race’s place on the MotoGP calendar for 2020! Not to mention that the mercurial Jorge Lorenzo will have had most of the 2019 season to acclimatise to the Repsol RC213V by the time Thailand rolls around, and therefore should be taking the fight right up to teammate, 6-time World Champion, Marc Marquez.
Sportsnet Holidays 2019 Thailand MotoGP™ travel packages include:
- 4 nights accommodation in Surin and 1 night accommodation in Bangkok (5 night packages only)
- Return economy airfares flying Thai Airways departing Perth (5 night package only, other cities and airlines available on request)
- Return economy airfares flying Air Asia from Bangkok to Buriram
- 3 Day Unreserved Side Stand Ticket (other grandstand tickets and hospitality options also available)
- Entry to Sportsnet’s EXCLUSIVE Thailand MotoGP™ Riders Dinner function
- Return coach transfers throughout
- PLUS more!
Plus, 2019 will see the debut of what’s sure to be a powerhouse contender in the Petronas-backed (yep, the same Petronas that backs the 4-time running World Champion Mercedes-AMG F1 team), Sepang International Circuit Yamaha team, which will be piloted by two of the hottest talents in MotoGP in Franco Morbidelli and Fabio Quartararo. And last but not least, all the exciting changes aren’t going to come from just the main category – 2019 will also see the debut of the Triumph 765 triple in the Moto2 class! The Triumph triple is one of the best sounding bikes on the road, so we can’t wait to hear 30-odd of them at full volume at the track!
2019 Thailand MotoGP™ – Event Details
|Official Event Name:||PTT Thailand Grand Prix 2019|
|Event Start Date:||4 October 2019|
|Event End Date:||6 October 2019|
|Official Event Website:||www.motogp.com|
|Event Location:||Chang International Circuit|
|Event Address:||444 Moo 15 Buriram Buri Ram 31000, Thailand|
|Performers:||To be announced|
|Packages in range:||2|
|Package prices from:||$1,495|
PTT Thailand Grand Prix 2019 – Travel Packages and Tours
The Buriram International Circuit is located in the Buriram Province, about a five hours drive North-East of the nation’s capital, Bangkok. The circuit was opened in 2014 and is Thailand’s first FIM Grade 1 and Grade A circuit. The circuit’s grandstands hold approximately 50,000 people, whilst another 50,000 people can stand around the circuit. 4.5km in length and featuring 12 turns and two straights (one of which is 1km in length), the circuit was designed by renowned German track designer, Herman Tilke with the brief that the amount of track that can be seen from the grandstands is maximised. Due to this brief, the unusual decision to build the pit garages underneath the grandstands was made.
If you’d love to be there LIVE at the Buriram International Circuit (otherwise known as the Chang International Circuit) to experience the 2019 edition of the Thailand MotoGP, please take a moment to select a package below and then complete the Enquiry Form. One of our friendly travel experts will then respond to your enquiry shortly to discuss the packages and your travel requirements in further detail.
‘Best of both worlds’ Thailand Experience
Combining the thrill of Thailand MotoGP™ action along with the special culture of Thailand certainly delivers a ‘best of both worlds’ experience!
Thailand is without doubt a hot holiday destination – and that’s not in reference to the climate! Thailand caters for many diverse demographics, offering an incredibly vibrant nightlife, some of the most delectable and exotic cultural dishes on the globe, tropical beaches, beautiful accommodation to unwind, adrenaline pumping activities, fascinating cultural heritage and of course a very appealing foreign exchange rate!
Whilst witnessing an electrifying Thailand MotoGP, MotoGP downtime will be imminent! This leaves the door is well and truly open to explore the great confines of Thailand, and we have a host of recommendations amongst many of the regions and happenings of Thailand that’ll ensure you leave fulfilled and relish a truly unique experience!
Buri Ram which means “city of happiness” and “peaceful city” is located on the lower part of Thailand’s North-Eastern Region (410km from Bangkok) and is rich in cultural heritage. While the town may lack attraction and it seems you might be a long way from the chaos of Thailand’s popular destinations – your eyes will be open to Thailand’s incredible historic confines!
Buri Ram is home to many remarkable attractions that’ll expose you to Thailand’s rich heritage and culture, such as the Ancient Khmer civilisation site. The Ancient Khmer civilisation site is home to many archaeological discoveries of pre-historic human habitation and ancient ruins such as sandstone sanctuaries/temples and pottery kiln sites that date back to the 10th-13th century. Visiting the Ancient Khmer civilisation site will deliver an educational and extremely enjoyable experience of Thailand’s ancient civilisation history!
Known as the land of volcanoes – the extinct volcano previously known as ‘Khmer Phanom Kradong’ in Buri Ram is a must see! Reaching the top of the extinct volcano can either be done via driving up or a highly recommended small hike through the beautiful Khao Kradong Forest Park. If opting to hike you’ll be amidst colourful indigenous plants and trees such as the Devil Yoni tree found only in volcanic areas, various interesting bird species and much more intriguing wildlife. Reaching the top delivers stunning picturesque views of the surrounding countryside – along side the majestic golden Buddha, the symbol of Buri Ram!
Bangkok – what to see and do?
The streets of Bangkok has the unwarranted reputation for being a chaotic city saturated with tourists holding a ‘selfie stick’, but don’t get it twisted – it is one of the most visited cities in the world for a reason. If chaos and selfie sticks aren’t your thing, don’t be put off – Bangkok still has plenty to offer!
Eating in Bangkok offers variety of great dining experiences, unfortunately with such great variety one of the most difficult things about your trip to Bangkok is the decision on where to eat? As tourists we are constantly on the search to find the most authentic experience possible. The options are endless to indulge in a fantastic Pad Thai or Massamam Curry, hot tip: follow the locals. In terms of dining, it is completely up to how you want your dish to be served – our first suggestion try the street food. Thailand street food is exceedingly popular, convenient, not to mention about as authentic as it gets, whilst in Bangkok experiencing the street food and the atmosphere is a must, and a quality dish will only cost you a couple of dollars! Dining in, away from the chaos of the Bangkok streets and basking in a touch more of a relaxing and intimate atmosphere is another great option.
The Floating Market
Visiting one of Bangkok’s Floating Markets is an absolute must do, and yes it is what the name suggests! Goods are sold from small rafts, dating back to when water transport was hugely important in everyday life. The Floating Markets will deliver a shopping experience like no other, the key is to immerse yourself in the uniqueness of the experience and enjoy some of the best local food and product Bangkok has to offer, aboard
Muay Thai is the national sport and Martial Art of Thailand, dating back several hundred years ago. Muay Thai’s history is rich, enduring and continues to be taught and practiced – with competitive events held regularly, local’s skills in the art are on display in local fighting arenas. Competitive fighters have been students of the art for many years, their skills are impeccable and simply incredible to witness. Fighters will display astonishing athleticism, evasive skills, technique and fitness in order to be victorious against their opponent at the end of the fight! A night out witnessing authentic Muay Thai is a highly recommended experience!
Tour the Temples
If observing and reflecting whilst admiring historical architecture and culture is your thing – then Bangkok has an incredible amount of sacred temples that will allow you reflect, observe, learn and appreciate. With no shortage in temple locations – it is incredibly difficult to decide on which temple to enter. Our first recommendation is Loha Prasat, known for its unique architecture, referred to as the ‘Metal Castle’, Loha Prasat was submitted to UNESCO in 2005 to become a World Heritage Site, highlighting its historical and cultural significance. Next is the Wat Traimit, aesthetically pleasing – the Wat Traimit is a multi-level white and gold temple. Not only is its wonderful architecture visually attractive, inside sits an immense Gold Buddha, the largest of its kind in the world. The Gold Buddha measures in at 5 metres high and weighing in at 5 and a half ton, and is said to be constructed in the 13th-14th century, delivering an unbelievable sight! To round out our top 3 temple recommendations – the Wat Phra Kaew. Located within the grounds of the Grand Palace, the Wat Phra Kaew or know as the ‘The Temple of the Emerald Buddha’ is regarded as the most important and visited temples in Bangkok. One of the most prominent features of the Wat Phra Kaew is of course the Emerald Buddha, which is carved into a 66cm tall block of Jade. The Wat Phra Kaew details will leave you in awe, with a 2km walk of insanely detailed mural paintings that portray the 178 scenes of the historic story of Ramayana.
If you’re looking to follow and connect with the sun amongst some of the most glorious beaches and relaxing stays magnificent Thailand has to offer – Koh Samui has certainly more than what you bargain for. Even more so, its not just a kissing sun, stunning beaches and relaxing accomodation, Koh Samui has many other happenings that’ll fulfil your experience that little bit more!
Mind, Body & Soul
Whilst retreating in beautiful Koh Samui – there will be no better opportunity for finding your inner Zen! With some of the most relaxing surrounds your Mind, Body and Soul will certainly feel at ease with some meditation, massages, yoga or perhaps some alone time with a book or some soothing music.
Explore the water
The crystal clear waters of Koh Samui are made to be explored! Your water exploring options run deep – through personal preference you can experience remain above sea level. Jumping aboard and enjoying a sailboat tour experience whilst taking a back seat enjoying the surrounds is a fantastic option, or if you’re a little bit more daring and not afraid of taking a little dip, standing strong on a paddle board and navigating your own way (highly recommended at sunrise or sunset) provides stunning views! Of course if you want to get a great view of Earth’s greatest mysteries – chuck on a snorkel, goggles and some flippers and explore what lies beneath!
Wine & Dine in Paradise
Wine & Dine options throughout Koh Samui are diverse and cater to many different preferences! Whether enjoying a delicious sea-side dinner or dining indoors your experience will remain authentic, vibrant and bursting with incredible flavours! Some fantastic options amongst Koh Samui are: Rice Barge & Terrace, Sumatra Thai Dining, Krua Samui, Poppies Restaurant, RockPool and Celes Beachfront Restaurant.
4 Night Surin PackageFrom: SOLD OUT
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