Discover the land of a thousand smiles, of breathtaking tropical beaches, of magnificent ancient
temples and of favorsome cuisine! Thailand is bustling with tourists all year, local markets,
elephant and tiger sanctuaries, cheap nights and fascinating things to do.
Visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating
Go Elephant Trekking at
Go to Doi Suthep, a mountain that
Go scuba-diving off The Coast of Koh
Go to a Full Moon Party
Take a trip to Koh Phi Phi where the
Get a Thai Massage
Visit a Ping Pong Show
Take a ride on a TUK TUK
Visit Chiang Mai Night Bazaar
Take Part in The Loi Krathong Sky
Best Time To Visit
Arrive to Bangkok International Airport and transfer from Airport to your hotel. Enjoy and relax at the hotel, then spend the night in Bangkok.
After breakfast at the hotel and proceed for your half day city tour of Bangkok. A tour of historic and modern Krung Thep, or 'City of Angels' as Bangkok is known to the Thai people. The program includes a visit to Wat Jetuphon (better known as Wat Pho), the oldest of the city temples situated opposite the Grand Palace. The temple is renowned as Thailand's oldest university and there are instructive murals illustrating the finer points of Thai massage which is still taught and practiced here. The highlight is the 46 metre long and 15 metre high statue of a reclining Buddha. Also included is a visit to Wat Traimitr, located near to Bangkok's main railway station. The temple houses a 5.5 ton gold Buddha, which was discovered when its plaster casing broke whilst being transported to its new home from the port area. Spend the night in Bangkok.
After breakfast at the Hotel, today you will visit the ruins of Ayutthaya and the restored Summer Palace. Phra Nakorn Sri Ayutthaya served as the Siamese capital from 1350-1767. It had been one of the most splendid cities of the Orient and was sacked by Burmese invaders and abandoned by the Siamese, who re-established themselves first at Thonburi and then at Bangkok. Then, you will visit the Historical Park to view the still impressive ruins of Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Wat Panan Cheon and the distinctive triple chedis of Wat Phra Sri Sanphet. Also visit the Summer Palace at Bang Pa-In, about 10 km south of Ayutthaya. Some of the earlier kings used this area as a summer retreat, but the present buildings date mainly from the 19th century when the habit of residing there was revived. There are examples of European and Chinese architectural styles, as well as the Thai pavillion of Phra Thinang Aisawan Thippaya-art. Spend the night in Bangkok.
enjoy breakfast at the hotel, and then transfer from hotel to airport for your flight back home.