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Must-see from Bangkok - 4 days

This tour is absolutely perfect for those who have limited time and would like to see the best sights in and around Bangkok. During day trips, you will visit all city highlights and join the canal tour through various spectacles. Furthermore, you may anticipate in an ultimate exploration along the World’s Heritage Site and at the historical capital of Thailand: Ayuthaya, Bang Pa In – the Summer Palace of King Rama the Fifth – where lies many impressive culture blends between Thai, Chinese and Gothic architectures, Aisawan Thiphya-At, Warophat Phiman, Wehart Chamrun and the world’s famous bridge over the river Kwai.

Highlights

  • Wat Pho and the Grand Palace
  • Explore around city riding the local tuk tuk
  • Board a classic long-tail boat for a nice introduction view of Bangkok’s other side
  • Explore the ancient capital Ayuthaya and the Summer Palace Pang-Pa-In
  • Cross the world famous bridge over River Kwai
  • Journey on the Death Railway

Tour Price Includes:

  • 03 nights’ shared accommodation in twin/double room (check in and check out around noon)
  • Transfers and transport in air-conditioned vehicles
  • English speaking guide
  • Major meals (3 breakfasts, 2 lunches) with local cuisines
  • All entrance fees as indicated on tour program

Tour Price Excludes:

  • Airfares (international and domestic)
  • Visa to Thailand (if required)
  • Tips for tour guides and driver
  • Insurances
  • Any optional arrangements or services before, during, or after tour
  • Additional services required due to any emergency situation
  • Items of a personal nature (phone calls, laundry, beverages…)
  • Peak season surcharges (if any)
  • All services not clearly mentioned as ‘Included’

Itinerary

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day 1
ARRIVAL IN BANGKOK

You are greeted at Suvarnabhumi Airport and transferred to your hotel.
You are free to explore the city at your leisure. Some recommendations for you in Bangkok would be the night-life and shopping areas, located in every nook and cranny of Bangkok.

Meals: Nil

Accommodation: There are 3 hotel ranges for your selection, please scroll down.

day 2
BANGKOK – CITY AND KLONGS TOUR BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

After breakfast, the first stop is Wat Pho – Bangkok’s oldest and largest temple. Upon early arrival, you may be able to hear the morning chants of the monks. Inside this temple, a huge statue of reclining Buddha is enshrined. Next, you will visit the Grand Complex which also encompasses Wat Phra Kaeo, one of Thailand’s most revered shrines, housing the statue of Emerald Buddha made entirely from jade.

In the afternoon, you will transfer by tuk tuk to the Tha Chang Pier where you are going to board a classic long-tail boat for a nice introductory view of Bangkok’s other side in about 1 hour. You may have a great impression of how much of the city’s life revolves around the river and its network of ‘klongs’ (canals). In some ways, it seems like a voyage through the past where you would see wooden houses on stilts, locals doing their laundry/washing up/taking a bath in the klong, monitor lizards suddenly swimming by, and lots of other fascinating sights.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: There are 3 hotel ranges for your selection, please scroll down.

day 3
BANGKOK – KANCHANABURI – BANGKOK

Today, you will head to Kanchanaburi where you may visit the bridge over the River Kwai, War Cemetery and the fascinating Thailand Burma Railway Centre Museum.

You will also go for a short train-ride over the famous Burma railway, built in WWII under Japanese orders by POW’s and forced laborers. In the afternoon, you will transfer back to hotel in Bangkok.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Accommodation: There are 3 hotel ranges for your selection, please scroll down.

day 4
BANGKOK – BANG PA IN – AYUTHAYA – DEPARTURE

Today, you will be picked-up early at 07:00 at your hotel for a full-day excursion to see the ancient capital of Ayutthaya.

Ayutthaya was the capital of Siam from the 15th to the 18th century. Afterwards, it was destroyed by the Burmese invasion. The Thais then moved their capital to Bangkok (Krung Thep) in the 1770’s.

Before reaching Ayutthaya, you will visit Bang-Pa-In, the ancient royal summer residence. From here, you may take an amazing trip on long-tail boat to Ayuthaya then visit Wat Phanachoeng, Baan Hollanda, Wat Yai Chai Mongkol and Wat Mahathat.

By afternoon, you will transfer back to Bangkok airport for the flight to your next destination.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Note:

Baan Hollanda opens on Wednesday – Sunday only.

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HOTELS IN TOUR

City

Comfort

Superior

Deluxe

Bangkok

D Varee Diva Bally

Sukhumvit Deluxe Room

Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Bangkok

Deluxe Room

Avani Riverside Bangkok Hotel

Avani River View Room