Bangkok Tour

Bangkok Tour

Package Duration
4 Days / 3 Nights
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  • Package Includes :
    • Local English speaking guides
    • Private transfers and transportation on tours
    • Entrance fees
    • Set menu meals as specified (no drinks)
    • Water & cold towels on sightseeing days
    • Travel insurance by local company cover 1MB
    Package Excludes :
    • Hotel early check in / Late check out
    • Overweight luggage
    • Personal expenses
    • Tips & gratuities
    • Other services not listed in inclusive column
    • Train ride
    • Accommodation with daily breakfast
    • Boat ride
    • VAT 7 % & Credit Card 3 %
    • Optional tour
    • Third language speaking tour additional charge for 20 USD/Day / Group
    • Possible Thailand visa
    • International Air tickets from your country
    • Domestic air ticket
    • Other meals and all drinks at meals
    • Airport taxes

  • Day 1: Arrival Bangkok (Please advise your flight detail)

    Meals: None

    Upon arrival at the airport and after clearing immigration and
    customs, meet with your guide with a sign marked “Customer Name” and transfer to the hotel for check in.
    Bangkok has been Thailand's dominant city since the eighteenth
    century. Established as the capital in 1767 after the fall of the ancient city of Ayutthaya, Bangkok is located on one of southeast tern Asia's most
    important rivers, the Chao Phraya. In the 1980s and 1990s, Bangkok underwent rapid modernization, growing to approximately ten million People, making this the only major city in a country of villages and small towns. Bangkok's ancient palaces and
    Buddhist temples contrast with high rises and traffic jams.
    Meeting instruction: The moment you step off the baggage claimed area, there is a group of agents waving name boards on your left hand side. Your an find our tour guide there. Note, they may wait at Zone B, or C for international arrival. Our airport representative will meet and welcome you upon your arrival at the
    international or domestic arrival halls.

    Day 2: Bangkok Tour

    Meals: Breakfast Lucnh

    Visit the temple of the golden Buddha, the Buddha made of the gold weigh 5.5 ton. Drive pass Chinatown, the oldest oversea Chinese sattle in the world with the most number golden shops in the world.
    Travel to the Grand Palace. Visit the most sacred Buddha statue of the nation there, and enjoy the stunning buildings which you cannot miss taking photos of, every time you turn around. Get into the second court where the major throne halls are located. Visit inside the Amarin Tharawinitchai throne and the Dusit Mahaprasart throne.
    After lunch, visit Wat Pho, the most biggest reclining Buddha. This temple consider the first university of Thailand and home of Thai Massage. Across the river to Wat Arun. The famous Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok. It consists of a massive elongated prang (Khmer-style tower), and is surrounded by four smaller prangs.
    Take short ride on tuk tuk to visit the flower market which has nice flower in Thai style arrangement for you to observe. The Flower Market is called Pakklong Talad. This is a wholesale flower market of Bangkok where there are various kinds of mainly fresh flowers with different colors of orchids, roses, daisies and lotus, etc. The kaleidoscope of colors and pungent odor of flowers provide an exotic sensory stimulation.
    Then continue to airport (40 minute ride)

    Day 3: Ayutthaya Day Trip (Private Tour) and return by join cruise

    Meals: Breakfast Lucnh

    Ayutthaya was a capital city for 417 years, and this kingdom had its own cultural
    heritage and knowledge. Ayutthaya was the former capital of Thailand where located in the valley of the Chao Phraya River. The city was founded in 1350 by King U Thong. It is estimated that Ayutthaya by the year 1600 CE had a population of about 300,000, with the population perhaps reaching 1,000,000 around 1700
    CE, making it one of the world s largest cities at that time. In 1767, the city was destroyed by the Burmese army, resulting in the collapse of the kingdom. It is the site of mass murder, rape and enslavement of Siamese people and destruction of the Ayutthaya city, its art and buildings by the Burmese in 1767, which is recognized internationally as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city was re-founded a few kilometers to the east. The city is sometimes called "Venice of the East".07.30 Pick up from Bangkok hotel. Drive to north of Bangkok pass country side and paddy field
    08.30 Arrival Ayutthaya, visit Wat Phrasrisanphet & former Palace and Wihan mongkon borpit
    10.00 Visit Wat Mahathat, Wat Ratchaburana
    11.00 Visit Choasampraya Museum
    12.00 Take cruise back to Bangkok for 3 hours
    15.00-16 Arrival river city shopping center before return to Bangkok Hotel
    16.30 Return to hotel

    Day 4: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Train Market Half Day (Private Tour)

    Meals: Breakfast

    07:00 Pick from hotel and drive to South-west direction. Along the way, pass sea-salt farm and local village. Visit The most colorful of Thailand’s floating markets is the one at Damnoen Saduak in Ratchaburi Province, about 104 km southwest of
    Bangkok. Visit the famous floating market, then board a canal boat and view native life along the canal banks and arrive at the market, where boats of various shapes and size, carry goods for trading.
    08.30 Arrive train market. Train Market is the unique attraction about Maeklong Railway Market which is the fact that a train runs through the market many times a day where market stalls are set up on the rails. After the siren, the vendors have to move their goods to clear a passage way for the train. Once the train is gone, the vendors push back the stalls and awnings into position and resume its business again as if nothing has happened. (Train arrival time to mea Klong by estimate 08.30,11.10 , 14.30 ,17.40 -
    arrival as train schedule is subjected to change without notice)
    09.00 Continue trip to floating market. Stop at coconut farm.
    09.20 Take a private small long boat to navigate your way through the Floating
    Market. The canal twists and turns around a plantation surrounded by greenery.
    Observe the interactions conducted between selling and buying boats of
    commodities like meals, snacks, drinks and goods.
    11.30 Leave Floating market, on the way stop at wood carving center, if time permit. Private paddling boat and motor boat fee is included with the trip (TarnLuang Boat).
    Then continue to airport (1.30 - 2 hours ride from Floating Market to Airport)

  • Package Terms & Conditions :
    • Note:

      • The Grand Palace, Bangkok: Dress code: Not allow to wear sleeveless, short and mini skirt, skirt length higher thanknee. Pants need to cover angle.
      • Art of Kingdom requested all female to wear skirt cover knee length. Otherwise rent proper salong is a must at 80THB/person.
      • Thai Temple & royal Palace: It is more appropriate to avoid wearing sleeveless, short and mini skirtWalking tour: comfortable shoe is highly recommended.
  • Tour RATE per person quote in US Dollar

    This trip is base on twin sharing basic
    The rate is valid until 10 October 2014 – 31 Oct 2015 . Our tour rate is subjected to change without prior notice
    Exchange rate 8,000 kip /USD

    Number of visitor12-56 upSingle supplement
    3*900 $600 $450 $200 $
    4*1200 $800 $600 $350 $
    4+*1450 $800 $700 $400 $
    5*1500 $900 $750 $500 $
    Boutique Hotel1200 $800 $700 $500 $

    Hotel Listing

    Hotel in Bangkok rate 3 star to 5 star

    HotelHotel NameRoom TypeWebsite
    3*Astera SathornSuperior
    4*Eastin MakasanSuperior
    4+*Chatrium riversideGrand(City view)
    5*Sofitel SoSo
    Boutique HotelAriyasomStudio

Contact Detail

Hmong Travel Services Ltd

Contact Person :-

Mr. Eric Yang

Address :-

Ban Nong Teng, Vientiane Capital, Laos P.d.r, Vientiane, Laos - 0693A

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