Bookings Close 31st of January
Last few spots selling now, so don't delay if you want to secure a spot on the this great trip!
This Tour is our 3rd tour to the Thal MotoGP and is priced from $3,448nz* per person twin share (including taxes), and includes:
Limited VIP Hospitality Packages Available contact us for details.
Not a problem we have space available on a "willing to share" basis where we will room you with someone else at no extra cost.
* all prices are in New Zealand Dollars, per person and based on twin share accommodation, prices are subject to change due to airline seat availability, etc.
Highly recommend Paul and TTS TOURS.
We have just done the first MotoGP in Thailand and geeez it was a great experience, can't thank Paul enough for being on this tour with us, it made the whole experience so much easier and enjoyable... .. would i do this again...YES.. would i recommend to friends...YES - Marc 2018 Thai MotoGP Tour
Itinerary from New Zealand
Tuesday 17th March 2020
Wednesday 18th March 2020
Thursday 19th March 2020
Friday 20th March 2020
Saturday 21st March 2020
Sunday 22nd March 2020
Monday 23rd March 2020
Tuesday 24th March 2020
Wednesday 25th March 2020
Thursday 26th March 2020
Most people who visit this beautiful and enchanting South East Asian country with its fantastic food, tropical climate and distinctive local culture, leave Thailand wishing they could stay longer!
Thailand has become a magnet for tourists from around the world, many of whom flock to the country’s famously frenetic capital city of Bangkok where we will be staying for 3 nights on this tour.
The Buriram area is one of the North-Eastern provinces of Thailand, while the town of Buriram has approximately 30,000 inhabitants and sits 400km (a five to seven hour drive) to the northeast of Bangkok.
Visitors can expect to enjoy a warm welcome from the enthusiastic and friendly locals, and an ever-increasing passion for the motorcycle racing evident.
From the moment you enter the track you can see that this event is different, from the brightly coloured farm trucks, vintage in some cases, with their rotary hoe motors used to ferry race goers between the stands, to the many reasonably priced (cheap) food and drink stalls & smiling locals, this race is fun.
The tracks design means that you can watch and follow riders around nearly the entire track from any of the stands and the option of been able to use the four sidestands is a great idea so you can watch from different spots around the track over the 3 days.
Watching MotoGP on the television is one thing but there is nothing like experiencing the sights, sounds and smells of a MotoGP event first hand.
The original Isle of Man TT tour came about after a mate mentioned to Paul that he wanted to "tick the TT off his bucket list" & it had to be affordable or the misses wouldn't let him go. As a result an itinerary was created with the aim of keeping it affordable & great value for money.
The Isle of Man TT Tours have been taking passengers from Australian & New Zealand since 2013 with a number of repeat travelers traveling on up to 4 of our tours.
So if you want to tick the TT off your bucket list or catch the Thai MotoGP contact T.T.S.Tours.