|Ayutthaya by Night Tri-Shaw Tour
Explore an evening tour of Ayutthaya on a local Tri-Shaw. Enjoy the peace and quiet of this UNESCO World Heritage site that was founded in 1350. The ruins palaces and temples are a great example of the citys past prosperity. The site is characterized by the stunning reliquary towers and gigantic monasteries. You will be able to see the park illuminated at night.
|Chao Phraya River Cruise with dinner
A very relaxing cruise on the River of King, Chao Phraya. Enjoy the beautiful picturesque of Bangkok by night along the river. You will cruise slowly up the river, passing by the Royal Navy Fort, Grand Palace and many beautiful temples which are illuminated at night. An International Buffet Dinner on board with the entertainment of live band along the way.
|Chao Phraya River Cruise with lunch
A unique way to travel to your next destination of Bangkok. Instead of transfering on your motorcoach, make the most out of this small journey and travel slowly and quietly down the Chao Phraya River. International buffet lunch and afternoon tea will be served.
|Full Day Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Sampran Riverside Resort with lunch 7:00 AM
Enjoy a full day tour of the Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak and the Sampran Riverside Resort, including lunch. Begin the tour at Damnoen Saduak, where you\ll witness boat-to-boat bartering unlike any you\ve seen. Here, hundreds of agricultural vendors float side-by-side, buying, selling, or exchanging a variety of goods. Lunch will be served at the Sampran Riverside Resort, and includes the highly entertaining Thai Village Cultural Show. Relax as more than 150 performers vividly portray a fascinating cross-section of Thailand\s cultural heritage. This 60-minute, action-packed show features exciting Thai martial arts displays, Thai boxing, and sword fighting skills dating back over 600 years. Pick-up and -off at the hotel. Approximate tour duration is 9 hours
|Full Day Historical Ayutthaya & Cruise with lunch 7:00 AM
Today explore Thailandís previous capital city, Ayutthaya - once glorified as one of the largest cities in Southeast Asia. Begin with a visit to Bang Pa-In, a collection of beautiful buildings in various architectural styles, surrounded by a lake, once the Royal Summer Palace for the Thai Kings. Next continue to the impressive Ayutthaya Historical Park, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Wat Mahathat, in the center of the city. Here, you can see the ruins of the former capital and its remaining palaces, Wat Phra Srisanphet, Wat Mongkolbopit, monasteries and towers - one can envision the grandeur and splendor that was once the Kingdom of Ayutthaya. Continue to the Chai Wattanaram Temple, conceived as a replica of the Angkor Temple - at this serene place one can reflect and enjoy the tranquility. Return to Bangkok on a cruise along the Chao Phraya River, lifeblood of the city. Pick-up and -off at the hotel. Approximate tour duration is 8.5 hours
|Half Day Bangkok City Tour & Temples 8:30 AM
Today\s guided tour includes visits to three of Bangkok\s most unusual Buddhist temples: Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha), Wat Po (Temple of the Reclining Buddha), and Wat Benchamabophit (The White Marble Temple). Begin at Wat Traimit enter the temple where you will find the world\s largest solid-gold Buddha. Carved in the ancient Sukhothai style and believed to be cast over nine centuries ago, the Golden Buddha of Wat Traimit is nearly 10 feet high, and weighs an impressive 5.5 tons. The tour continues through Chinatown to visit Wat Po, the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok, featuring the world-famous Reclining Buddha statue. Next, visit Wat Benchamabophit and its Bronze Buddha the ashes of King Rama V lie beneath the statue. Considered one of the finest examples of Thai architecture to date, Wat Benchamabophit is home to the decorative Ubosot Hall, beautifully erected from Italian Carrera marble in the European Neoclassical style. Pick-up and -off at the hotel. Approximate tour duration is 4 hours
|Half Day Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha
Half day morning tour of Wat Phra Kaew, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the adjoining Grand Palace. Together they form what is perhaps the greatest spectacle for the visitor to Bangkok. Wat Phra Kaew consists of over 100 brightly colored building, golden spires and glittering mosaics, and dates back to 1782, when Bangkok was founded. From Wat Phra Kaew head to the Grand Palace. Despite the proximity of the two, theres a distinct contrast in style between the very Thai Wat Phra Kaew and the more European-inspired designs of the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace is used only for occasional ceremonial purposes and is no longer the royal residence.
|Siam Niramit Show & Dinner
Buffet dinner at the Siam Niramit Restaurant before this evenings stunning performance of the journey to the Enchanted Kingdom of Siam. Boasting over 150 performers, this $40 million production delves into Siams history and culture, featuring scenes taken from the Norths Ancient Kingdom of Lanna, the famed sea traders of the South, Khmer heritage, and the Central Plains traditions. Then in a journey reminiscent of Dante, venture into the heart of Thai mythology with scenes of Fiery Hell, Mystical Himapaan Forest, and Blissful Heaven. Lastly, enjoy a montage of joyous celebrations honoring the Buddhist tradition of merit-making festivals
|Thai Dinner & Cabaret Show
After a delicious traditional Thai Dinner, along with a Classical Dance performance, the evening continues with a Cabaret Show at a nearby theatre. The show is a fun way to get to know more about the lady-boy scene in Bangkok. Youll be welcomed warmly in many different languages. Thailand is well known for lady-boy and this show features them doing what they love the most dressing up to the hilt and miming to chers music. Some of these ladies have features that would make women jealous but this is an attractive illusion as they were all born men. The performers are anxious to entertain and put on a good show that you will enjoy
|Chiang Mai Sightseeing|
|Half Day Mae Sa Elephant Camp with lunch
Travel northwest along the Mae Sa Valley, with its scenic botanical gardens and ten-tiered waterfalls, to visit the Mae Sa Elephant Training Camp. Here you will see elephants bathing in the running streams or demonstrating their daily feats of skill and strength in a show with music and dance, a soccer match, or an abstract painting demonstration. Even more impressive is the camps goal to protect the endangered Thai Elephant by controlled breeding, a program which has flourished since it was established in 1995. At an additional charge, you may choose to ride on the back of a Thai Elephant, making for a truly memorable experience. Enjoy time at leisure to walk the exhibition greenhouses, gardens and nature trails.
|Half Day Mae Salong Hill Tribe
Your tour begins with hour drive from Chiangrai City. Upon arrival, change transportation to the local Thai Combi which will take you up to the Doi Mae Salong to visit the hill that is still inhabited with the hill tribes. See the unique way of life & culture of the various tribes that is still maintained today. As you ascend the hill, you will have the opportunity to visit several different hill tribes before arriving to the peak. Here lunch will be served at a restaurant surrounded by remarkable scenery
|Half Day Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden with lunch
This morning, visit the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden (QSBG), located in the foothills of the Doi Suthep-Pui mountains north of Chiang Mai. QSBG was established in 1993, as the first botanical garden in Thailand. It covers an area of 6,500 acres and is named after Queen Sirikit. Follow the paths and take your time as you stroll through the lush grounds covered with exotic types of trees, plants and flowers. After your visit, stop for lunch at a local restaurant. Approximate tour duration is 4 hours.
|Kantoke Dinner & Show
This evening, delight in a Kantoke dinner with traditional dances from Northern Thailand. As guests of this unique event, you will be seated on the floor, as is customary, and enjoy acted scenes depicting the local culture as you dine. After dinner, villagers from various hilltribes will perform an exciting array of cultural dances, including the Fon Lep (Fingers Dance), Sword Dance, Fon Thien (Candle Dance), and Ramwong, in which all guests are invited to participate.
|Traditional Thai Massage
Travelling to Thailand will never be complete without having a traditional Thai Massage. Different than other kinds of massage, your masseuse will stretch, bend, and contort your body into various positions. Known to quickly ease the stress of muscle tension and aides in curing minor illness.
|Chiang Rai Sightseeing|
|Mekong River Cruise
The Mekong River, is 2,703 miles long and originates from the Tibetan Plateau. It runs through China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. The section of the river at this Golden Triangle flows through the spot where three countries Myanmar (Burma), Laos and Thailand meet. The afternoon cruise will board you on a motor boat and cruise slowly along the banks of these three countries, near enough to really shout "Hello" to those villagers who are living here along the banks. The timing is quite perfect as local folks who live along the river come to the river at this time to bathe. Later today, continue to Don Sao, a small island of Laos. Enjoy shopping and leisure time in Laos. Continue back to Thailand
|Full Day Hellfire Pass & Death Railway with lunch
Depart early in the morning from Kanchanaburi to visit Hell Fire Pass and the Death Railway. Hellfire Pass derives its name from Allied Prisoners of War who were ordered by the Japanese authorities to complete the bridge earlier than scheduled.All POWs were forced to work day and night in the jungle. They dug through the mountain with simple tools and more than 12,000 British, Dutch, Australian & American troops and 80,000 Thais perished during construction. Our trip will include a boat trip on the River Kwai and you will be able to take a ride on the Death Railway. We will stop for lunch and head back to Kanchanaburi.
|Full Day Phang Nga Bay & Lawa Island by Cruiser with lunch
Enjoy a full day excursion to Phang Nga Bay and Lawa Island, including lunch. This exciting tour takes you to the Phang Nga Bay, one of the most unusual and beautiful coastal locations in the world. Travel by cruiser through the mangrove jungles and limestone peaks, where cliff faces rise vertically from the sea. Visit Koh Ping Kan, the island made famous by the James Bond film "The Man With The Golden Gun." In the afternoon, visit Koh Pannyi Sea Gypsy Island for lunch. This remarkable village is built over the water on wooden stilts, and is guarded by a giant rock monolith. After exploring the village, cruise to Lawa Island to relax on its white-sand beach. Departs at 7:00 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time. Pick-up and -off at the hotel.
|Full Day Phi Phi & Khai Islands by Speedboat with lunch
Enjoy a full day excursion to the Phi Phi Islands, with lunch. Departing from the pier by speedboat, travel first to Monkey Beach for sightseeing and a relaxing swim. The tour continues to the island of Phi Phi Ley where you will discover the beautiful scenery of Maya Bay, the site where the movie The Beach was partially filmed. Here you will have time for snorkeling in the refreshing waters of the Bay. Afterwards, continue to Lho Sa Mah Bay and Pi Leh Cove before arriving at Viking Cave, which is named for its numerous cave paintings of vessels resembling Viking longboats. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant nearby and time at leisure to walk along the beach or sunbathe before continuing to Bamboo Island. Afterwards, stop at Khai Nai Island for the chance to swim, snorkel or simply relax on the beach before returning to the pier