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  • Ayutthaya City Tour

Ayutthaya was one of the ancient capitals of Thailand and is a UNESCO World Heritage listed site. The magnificent ancient capital was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong, King of Siam, at the junction point of the Lopburi, the Prasak and the Chao Phraya Rivers. During its 417 years as the capital, 33 kings of 5 dynasties ruled the kingdom.

  1. Wat Lokaya Sutha : Highlight of the monastery is its 42 meter long Reclining Buddha image, usually draped in orange cloth. Apart from the central prang which is in fairly good condition, little more than the base of the main buildings remains today
  2. Wat Phra Si Sanphet : The compound of the Grand Palace-the foundations of which are still visible-and served as the royal Chapel, as Wat Phra Kaeo does in Bangkok. In Ayutthaya’s heyday, this was the largest temple in the city. The three main chedis which have been restored contain the ashes of three Ayutthaya kings.
  3. Viharn Pra Mongkolborpitis : The place that situated on the south of Wat Phra Si Sanphet and is where the bronze Buddha image in the attitude of subduing Mara is situated. This Buddha image has a lap measurement at 9.55 meters and height at 12.45 meters. This is one of the biggest Buddha image in Thailand.
  4. Wat Mahathat : “The temple of the Great Relic” Wat Mahathat was one of Ayutthaya’s most important temples. It enshrined Buddha relics and was the seat of the Supreme Patriarch of Buddhism and thus the center of Buddhism in the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Wat Mahathat was a Royal monastery located close to the palace. The King performed important ceremonies here, such as the Royal Kathin ceremony.
  5. Wat Ratchaburana : The temple’s central prang has undergone restoration. Original stucco work can be seen. These comprise some of the rare such examples from the early Ayutthaya period.
  6. The Bang Pa-In Summer Palace : The Palace consists of many royal buildings, built in contrasting architectural styles. Thai, Chinese, Italian and Victorian styles predominate.

  • Grand Palace

Architecturally fantastic, the Wat Phra Kaew temple complex is also the spiritual core of Thai Buddhism and the monarchy, symbolically united in what is the country’s most holy image, the Emerald Buddha. Attached to the temple complex is the Grand Palace, the former royal residence, once a sealed city of intricate ritual and social stratification.

  1. Wat Phra Kaew : The construction of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha started when King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke (Rama I) moved the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok. Unlike other temples, it does not contain living quarters for monks; rather, it has only elaborately decorated holy buildings, statues, and pagodas.
  2. The Grand Palace : Complex was established in 1782 and it consists of not only royal and throne halls, but also a number of government offices as well as the renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
  3. The Emerald Buddha at Wat Phra Keaw : Wat Phra Kaew was built specifically to house the Emerald Buddha, which he had brought back to Thailand after he captured Vientiane (now in Laos).
  4. Chakri Maha Prasat Hall : This is the only one building in The Grand Palace that mixed the lower part of the throne hall in European style with Thai style roof. King Rama V used this building as his residence. Later it was used by the King to receive the credentials from ambassadors. And now, this building is used for state banquets.

  • Damnoen Saduak

Damnoen Saduak is the most popular floating market in Thailand, great for photo opportunities, food, and for giving you an insight into a bygone way of life. An early morning start is worth it to avoid the heat and catch Damnoen Saduak at its liveliest.

  • Recommended activity at Damnoen Saduak
    • On arrival at Damnoen Saduak, hop aboard a long-tailed speedboat for an exciting ride through the marshes and stilt-houses to the market.
    • Marvel at the colorful fruits, vegetables, sweets, meats and souvenirs on display and take time to capture the market scenery on camera.
    • Watch the traders and customers going about their daily business on this bustling.
    • Take a ride on a local boat (optional extra, payable locally) through the maze of traditional canoes and soak up the market atmosphere out on the water.

  • Dinner Cruise

  • Recommended activity
    • Enjoy the night scenery of Bangkok along the Chao Phraya River Absorb the ambience of historical places such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun from a river view.
    • Be entertained by the live music and magnificent cabaret show.
    • Enjoy a variety of sumptuous international and traditional Thai dishes.
    • Explore the lights of Bangkok from the Chao Phraya river on a night river cruise.

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  • Day Tour
    • Bangkok Ghost tour
    • Bangkok Evening Discovery
    • Historical Temples Tour & Rooftop Bar at Sunset
    • Back street of China town
    • Railway & Floating market & Fun adventure

Bangkok Ghost tour :

Walking trip in the Bangkok Old City area and exploring Thai ghostly and urban legend stories, the stories will be told at the real locations where the events took place.

Bangkok Evening Discovery :

Start your beautiful journey with a long-tail boat ride, also called a “James Bond boat” and discover the way of life in Bangkok. Cruise past the Royal Heritage, Royal Barge, Wat Arun and flower market.

Historical Temples Tour & Rooftop Bar at Sunset :

The best time to see old Bangkok is in the evening, when the city cools down and there are fewer crowds of tourists wandering around.

Back street of China town :

Chinatown SamPheng (Sampeng) Market is one of the oldest and least known open markets in Bangkok. A busy and quintessential street market, this is a place full of street vendors and visitors, as well as locals.

Railway & Floating market & Fun adventure :

Ride on the real train that travels thru the market. We provide a unique experience of train travel and excellent opportunity for photography. Get a photograph when the returning train.

  • 3 Days Tour
    • Phuket – Phi Phi Island

Day 1 – Phuket City Tour

Phuket is the largest island in Thailand regarded as a pearl of the Andaman Sea. The beaches are sandy soft white going along with crystal clear water which is suitable to snorkel and dive. No doubt, there were movies shooting in James Bond Island and Maya Bay.

  • Phuket’s old Sino-Portuguese Building : An attractive area with beautiful Sino Portuguese buildings, traditional shophouses and narrow sois, the old town shows Thai, Chinese, Malay and Baba influence.
  • Khao Rung Hill : The peak of Khao Rung Hill is the great spot to soak up the panoramic views of Phuket Town and beyond, especially from the deck of Tung-ka Cafe where you can enjoy the views together with a cup of local milk tea.
  • Wat Chalong : The most beautiful Buddhist Monastery in Phuket. Wishes are being answered for good health and luck.
  • Phromthep Cape : Promthep Cape is the southernmost point of Phuket that has picturesque views of the Andaman Sea and nature. The end has become a popular place for tourists to catch the sunset views in Phuket, and it has achieved iconic status.

Day 2 – Coral Island Tour/ Phang Nga Bay Tour/ Phi Phi Island Tour

  • Coral Island Tour : This is one of the most popular destinations for a one-day tour from Phuket. The island is surrounded by colorful coral reefs perfect for all kinds of aquatic sports. The island is not much affected by the monsoon, being located off the east coast.
  • Phang Nga Bay Tour : Phang Nga Bay well known as James Bond Island, there were in fact two islands featured in the movie (The Man with the Golden Gun). Koh Khao Phing Kan in Phang-Nga Bay was the bad guy’s base and cone-shaped (broad at the top and narrow at the bottom similar to nail shape) Koh Tapu where he hid what we would call today a ‘weapon of mass destruction’.
  • Phi Phi Island Tour : Phi Phi Island is the world treasure and the trip to this splendor island which you’ll never miss during your visit to Krabi. Anybody who missed this island would be said they missed the highlight. This trip you will visiting Phi Phi ley, Loh Samah, Maya bay, Viking caves, and Phi Phi Don.

Day 3 – Departure Bangkok

  • 4 Days Tour
    • Chiang Mai
    • Koh Samui

Chiang Mai

Day 1 – Arrival Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai (New City) was founded in 1296 by King Mengrai as the capital of the first independent Thai state, Lanna Thai (Kingdom of One Million Rice Fields). It became the cultural and religious center of the northern Tai, those who had migrated from southern China to dwell in Thailand, and remained so throughout the turbulent period of recurring Burmese attacks.

Day 2 – Chiang Mai Yummy Food- Temple, Meet the monk and Go to Market

  • Starting the tour within the most famous Kaosoi (tradition noodle soup) in town which is served with in various styles. Follow by mouth-watering dessert, coffee, fruit juice, lanna sources, coconut milk dessert and many more.
  • Go slowly by foot and take local transportation to observe people way of life in Chiang Mai, meet the Buddhist monk and also learn the Buddhist way.
  • Wat Prathat Doi Suthep : It is the most sacred temple in the city and contains the holy relic of the Lord Buddha which is enshrined in the magnificent golden pagoda that can be seen for miles around. A panoramic view of the city and the surrounding countryside can be seen from the temple grounds.

Day 3 – Half day with old elephant & bathing along the stream

  • Travel up to Mae Rim district to participate with retired elephant which live in comfortable and nature along the river.
  • Beginning with, get introducing to the elephants by feeding them bananas and then change into loose fitting cotton “pajamas” in blue color. They make special food for them by shredded greens, added sea salt and herbs and served it up to one of the elephants that later, you eventually bathed in the river. Bathing along the river help elephant releasing and play on the river to absorb the heat from sunlight.

Day 4 – Airport Transfer

Koh Samui

Koh Samui lies 84km (52 miles) off the east coast in the Gulf of Thailand, near the mainland commercial town of Surat Thani. Since the 1850s, Koh Samui has been visited by Chinese merchants sailing from Hainan Island in the South China Sea to trade coconuts and cotton, the island s two most profitable products. Koh Samui is still in some places an idyllic tropical retreat with fine sand beaches and simple living.

Day 1 – Arrival Koh Samui

Day 2-3 – Enjoy free day at your leisure on the beach.

Day 4 – Departure Bangkok