The tour finishes in:
Duration:
 5 Days / 4 Nights

 

The itinerary is flexible to change anything to suit your needs

Day 1 / Bangkok: Arrive in Bangkok – Pick up & Check into the hotel

Day 2 / Bangkok: Bangkok City Tour (B)

Day 3 / Bangkok: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Jim Thompson House (B)

Day 4 / Bangkok: Bangkok – Ayutthaya (B)

Day 5 / Departure: Bangkok – Departure (B)

Trip Package Includes

•  All A/C private transfers at all places as indicated in the program

•  4 nights of accommodations in Bangkok

•  Meals as indicated in the program: B- Breakfast, L- Lunch, D- Dinner

•  Boat trip at all places as indicated in the program

•  All admission costs at places mentioned in the itinerary

•  English-speaking tour guide

•  All entrance fees

•  All taxes & service charges

 

Trip Package Excludes

•  Personal expenses are not noted in the program

•  Insurance

Day 1:

Arrive in Bangkok - Pick up & Check in hotel

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Entrance fees · Hotel in Bangkok

Highlights:

Bangkok

Activities:

Our representative will meet and greet you upon arrival at the airport in Bangkok. Transfer you to the hotel for check-in and free in your rest time of the day. Overnight in Bangkok

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Day 2:

Bangkok City Tour

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Boat · Entrance fees · Hotel in Bangkok

Highlights:

Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaeo  Emerald Buddha Royal Regalia Museum Wat Pho Chao Phraya River Royal Barge Museum  Wat Arun

Activities:

Begin by visiting the Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple – Wat Phra Kaeo. Before entering the main gate of the Emerald Buddha Temple, visit the Royal Regalia Museum to admire the beauty of decorative jewelry that was once worn by royal officers and consorts. Continue exploring Wat Pho – the Reclining Buddha temple, the city’s oldest and largest temple with the most pagodas (95 in total) and famous for its massive Reclining Buddha. In the afternoon, take a long-tailed boat down the Chao Phraya River to see Thai culture. Pass by the Grand Palace and stop briefly at the Royal Barge Museum. Disembark at Wat Arun, the Dawn Temple, to visit the tallest prang that was built in the concept of Mount Meru, the resident of God located in the center of the Universe.

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Day 3:

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Jim Thompson House

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Boat · Entrance fees · Hotel in Bangkok

Activities:

After breakfast, drive to Damnoen Saduak in Ratchaburi Province, about 104 kilometers southwest of Bangkok, to see the most colorful of Thailand’s floating markets. Stop by the sea salt farms along the way to see how seawater becomes salt. Upon arrival, board a private long-tailed boat to navigate the canals through the Floating Market. This afternoon, pay a visit to the Jim Thompson House, a charming Thai-style house with a wide range of rare Asian arts and antiques such as Thai paintings, blue-white Chinaware, Sawankalok Pottery, Benjarong porcelain, and Khmer statues that should not be missed by antique collectors and historically minded visitors. After Jim Thompson went missing in 1967, the house became the “talk of the town,” and the ‘city’s most celebrated social center’. Overnight in Bangkok.

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Day 4:

Bangkok - Ayutthaya

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Entrance fees · Hotel in Bangkok

Activities:

Depart in the morning for the ancient city of Ayutthaya province, Thailand’s former capital located 71 kilometers north of Bangkok. Visit the Bang Pa-In summer palace – a residence of King Rama V – to see the complex that King Rama V built 100 years ago. Then proceed to Ayutthaya, the Siam Ancient City. Begin at the Elephant Kraal, a large enclosure made of teak logs that were once used to capture wild elephants. Then explore the old Royal Palace compound, beginning with Ayutthaya Island, built in 1630 by King Prasat Thong as a replica of Angkor Wat with a massive prang surrounded by smaller ones, symbolizing Mount Meru, the heavenly gods’ residence. Then go to Wat Phra Si Sanphet, which was built in the 15th century to house the ashes of three Ayutthaya kings and houses a large bronze cast Buddha image that was originally enshrined in the open area outside the Grand Palace and later covered by a building during the reign of King Songtham. Then, pay a visit to Wat Yaichai Mongkol, a large pagoda built to commemorate the King’s victory in his single-handed combat on the back of an elephant during Ayutthaya’s capital. It is the best time to go for a walk and talk about the last period of Ayutthaya, as well as to enjoy the nice breeze and take many photos before returning to Bangkok.

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Day 5:

Bangkok – Departure

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Breakfast 

Highlights:

Airport transfer

Activities:

There are no activities planned for today. You enjoy your free time until transfer to Suvarnabhumi International Airport for your onward flight.