Thailand4See the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Po (Reclining Buddha Temple), Wat Aroon (Temple of the Dawn), Wat Traimit (Golden Buddha Temple) and bustling Yaowarat (Chinatown). Cruise along the Chao Phraya River and the canals of Thonburi. Check out the markets, shopping complexes and the night stalls and nightlife.

 Route: Bangkok



• Accommodation in shared twin rooms with daily breakfast
• All entrance fees
• Transfers and tours with English speaking local guides (or as specified)
• One dinner with show
• Boat trip on the Chao Phraya River and Thonburi



• Travel insurance
• Lunches and dinners
• Visa fee for Thailand (if applicable)
• International Airfare
• Expenditure of a personal nature, such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry. etc.
• International airport departure tax (700 Baht per person)
• Christmas and New Year Eve gala dinner supplement



Day 1: Bangkok - Arrival

Arrive in Suvarnabhumi Airport, meet and transfer to city hotel for check-in. This frenetic city has a plethora of things to see and experience - from its people and places to its excellent range of cuisines and well-stocked shopping complexes spread about in the city. In the midst of dynamic modern growth, this bustling metropolis still preserves plenty of cultural heritages making it the national treasure house. No activities planned for this afternoon as you would want to move about by yourself. Overnight in hotel, Bangkok.

Day 2: Bangkok (Breakfast/Dinner)

Breakfast at the hotel. Today we commence our tour of Bangkok with a longtail boat trip venturing into the Chao Phraya River and the many lively inner canals which provide some fantastic views of the local life at close range. Along the way stop at Wat Aroon, (Temple of the Dawn) built and used by King Taksin even before Bangkok was founded, before continuing to the Grand Palace, dedicated to the Thai Royal Family's ceremonies. Nearby is the magnificent Wat Phra Kaew which is famous for the Emerald Buddha image. After seeing this complex we drive through the many vibrant streets of Chinatown where many kinds of exotic goods spill out from the shophouses lining both sides of the main street. Dinner at Siam Niramit buffet style and watch a spectacular performance in splendid costumes and superb lighting depicting Thai history and culture. Overnight in hotel, Bangkok.

Day 3: Bangkok - Departure (Breakfast)

Breakfast at the hotel. There is free time for your own further exploration of the city and catching up on some shopping before transferring to the airport for your departure flight.

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