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  • Day 1 : Arrival – Bangkok (Non-meals)

    Upon arrival at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, you are meeting my guide and showing up the welcome signboard of your name. Please look for him and he will look for you as well. The meeting place will be at the Gate No.03 which it is the same floor of your arrival. Then transfer you to hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are on your own expenses.
    Overnight in Bangkok

  • Day 2 : Bangkok city – Grand Palace – Temples – Canal Tour

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, the guide will pick up you from hotel and take you first visit at the Royal Grand Palace has compound with the Emerald Buddha Temple. The palace has full of architectures mixed of Europeans and finest Thai styles. And the Emerald Buddha Temple has a holy Emerald Buddha Image has been keeping in the house for almost 233 years old. After that, we are walking to Wat Pho or the 3rd largest reclining Buddha Image in Thailand with 48 meter long and 5 meter highs. We’ll not let you boring with tons of temple, we are riding on a motor long tailed boat along the Chaopraya River through Thonburi canals to observe the local life are on both sides of the banks of canal. And we will pass the Dawn of Temple to take some photos of it not getting off from the boat. Back to the pier and continue on to visit the Bharmin Temple which it the oldest Bhramin Temple in Thailand, you will see something are difference from Thai Temple. Stop for having some lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, take you to Platinum Shopping Mall Plaza, it is the wholesale shopping plaza in Bangkok. Free on your own time afterwards. And after shopping finish and then travel to hotel. Free on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own expenses
    Overnight in Bangkok

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 3 : Bangkok Safari City Tours

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we are bringing you to visit Mahanak Fresh Market where is the city market sells all fresh fruits to Bangkokians. The Hollywood has ever shot here for the Hang Over Movie. And walk to Baan Manakasila Prime Minister Hall of Frames to see who was the first Prime Minister of Thailand from 1 – 29. And to see what their jobs have done for Thai people during his administration. After that, we will walk about 7-10 minutes along the road to Petchaburi Soi 10 and exploring the local market selling local foods till pass the tomb of Muslim and walking into the deep Soi pass Baan Krua weaving community still exist in the heart of Bangkok. And cross the bridge over the canal to Jim Thompson Thai House & Museum is now a museum in Bangkok. It is a complex of various old Thai structures that the American businessman Jim Thompson collected from all parts of Thailand in the 1950s and 1960s. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand. As Thompson was building his silk company, he also became a major collector of Southeast Asian art, which at the time was not well-known internationally. He built a large collection of Buddhist and secular art not only from Thailand but from Burma, Cambodia, and Laos, frequently travelling to those countries on buying trips. After the museum, then we will continue walk to National Sport Stadium to see the local Thai people play Trakor or a Plastic ball into the ring with use their legs, back kick, shoulders and head. This is one of Thailand still exist nowadays. We’ll continue our trip to Bangzon Siam Gypsea Night Market to see the locals sell foods, old part machines and etc. which of them lay goods on the street under the Sky railway train. You will have a dinner on the Roof Top of the bus. After dinner, we will return to hotel.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own expenses
    Overnight in Bangkok

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 4 : Bangkok – Samut Sakorn – Samut Songkram By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we are departing for Samut Sakorn province and visiting to Wat Krang Nam or the temple in the sea by a boat. And then continue to the village making Thai porcelain in design of 5 colors and drive to Samut Songkram to visit Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial and Boat Museum. The Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial celebrates the lives of the famous conjoined twins, Chang and Eng, who brought much renown to Thailand. Statues of the brothers stand in the middle of an expansive ground, surrounded by trees and flowers. A pond nearby gives the memorial a pleasant air and next is to King Rama II Memorial Park This park was built to honor King Rama II and is run by a royally-supported foundation. King Rama II was awarded the status of Person of the World by UNESCO for his contributions to the arts and culture of Thailand, and his achievements are celebrated in this compound. In addition, the King Rama II Museum, composed of four buildings, houses artifacts from the early Rattanakosin era, King Rama II’s household furniture, and showcases the lives of Thais during the king’s reign. Before drop off at hotel, visit Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral where the Church of the Virgin Mary continues to be a holy place for Christian families living in the area. Father Paolo Salmone, a French Missionary, constructed it in 1890 AD, taking approximately 6 years. Visitors can enjoy the church’s French-Gothic architectural style, stained glass interiors, statues, candelabra and carvings, alongside the pulpit and holy water basin. Then transfer to your hotel. Free and relax on your own time for visiting to Amphawa Floating Market, the Amphawa Canal brims with boats loaded with drinks like O-Liang (Thai iced black coffee) and food such as fried sea mussels, noodles, and sweets. Bank-side wheelbarrows also offer goods for sale. Visitors can explore the market, tasting the local food, as well as hire a boat at night to watch as pretty fireflies light up the air.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Umphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkram

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 5 : Samut Songkram – Nakorn Prathom By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    In the early morning, we are going to Don Wai Riverside Market, the market is behind the Don Wai Temple and still retains an appearance once it was in King Rama VI period. The old building is made of wood and locates on the banks of the Tha Chin River. Boat food vendors and farmers’ produce are sold daily from 7am-6pm. Then take a boat for scenic river trips from Wat Don Wai passing Wat Rai Khing, Wang Pla, Wat Sanpetch, Wat Decha, the police cadet academy, and the Rose Garden (Suan Sam Phran). Drop off and learning Living the Thai Culture Art and Craft Workshops at the Thai Village, and then continue to Thai Human Imagery Museum displays life-like wax/fiberglass sculptures with exquisite details. Created by Ms. Duangkaeo Thippayakonsilp and a group of Thai artists, these breathtakingly, real-looking human figures of various charaters and replicas of important people are displayed in different sections such as the Great Buddhist Monks, Former Kings of the Chakri Dynasty, and One Side of Thai Life: Thai Chess, Thai Family, and Abolition of Slavery among many others. After that, visit Thai Soang village where the village is home to Thai Soang or Thai Soang Dum (they usually wear black dresses) or Lao Soang who migrated from Ban Non Prong, Phetchaburi province but still retains distinctive culture and tradition of their own. Be wowed by their exotic and meticulous handicrafts such as weaving and rattan wares. After end of the tour travel to your hotel, check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Nakorn Prathom

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 6 : Nakorn Prathom – Suphanburi By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we will visit Phra Pathom Chedi National Museum where the museum gathered antiques from The Dvaravati culture during B.E.12-16 were kept in 2 floors Thai house. They were once stored in the veranda of Phra Pathom Chedi until B.E.2454 they were moved into a temple next to ubosot and was later called Phra Pathom Chedi National Museum. And then drive to Suphanburi province to visit Puhangnak formally known as “U Thong Tawaravadee Buddhist Site Stone Park”, is a part of Pu Muang forest park in U Thong province. This stone park is the ancient natural rock garden which is not below than 10,000 million years. It is generated by lava that was eroded by sunlight, wind and rain. After the erosion, the lava changed into several unique shapes depending on your imagination such as Queen of Nagas, three-head elephant, turtle, whale, monkey etc. In the park, there is also a nature trail. And leave for Baan Kwai (Buffalo Village) this water buffalo preservation area not only contains a water buffalo ranch, but also features the authentic rural lifestyle of farmers in Thailand’s central region. Watch the daily activities of farmers such as rice-threshing, and explore traditional Thai homes on stilts. Various areas feature different types of folk knowledge such as traditional Thai medicine, traditional Thai massage, indigenous herbs, and Thai astrology. Visitors can also enjoy half-hour buffalo shows throughout the day. Next is visiting to Samchuk Market this Chinese community and old-fashioned market, complete with wooden shop houses, has retained its authentic Thai style, dating from a century ago. Visitors can explore the traditional shops, including a photography store that continues to use a century-old camera, an herbal drugstore, or enjoy tasting local sweets and sipping old-fashioned local-style coffee by the river. And then followed by visiting to Jok Local Textile Group – with Traditional patterns of Lao Si and Lao Krang Style the locals of Ban Thung Kan Lueang, Tambon Pa Sakae, having successfully passed down and preserved traditional ancient textile patterns and weaving methods, established the Lao Si-Lao Khrang Weaving Group. The group and the village of Ban Thung Kan Lueang are the only places in the province where the art of the Lao Si-Lao Khrang textile pattern has been kept alive. And then visiting to Bueng Chawak, this natural freshwater lake was renovated into a prime tourist destination and covers an expansive 1,080 acres. The lake was declared a wildlife sanctuary area in 1983, and its great variety of flora and fauna spurred the government to register Bueng Chawak as an important wetland under the Ramsar Convention in 1998.There are a large variety of tourist sights here, including aquariums, a crocodile farm, a botanical garden, recreated lion and tiger dens, a rabbit island and a local OTOP handicrafts center. For day-trippers and campers, there are also campgrounds and picnicking locations. Check in and stay at the Tree House.
    Note: Dinner is on your own expenses
    Overnight in Suphanburi

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast, Lunch
  • Day 7 : Suphanburi – Chainat By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we are driving to Chainat Bird Park built in 1983, Chai Nat Bird Park is the largest aviary in Asia, where over 100 bird species live and flourish in natural surroundings. Over 60 other cages of birds populate the park. Small man-made waterfalls, gardens, a snake park, a rabbit park, and a wild animal park provide additional interesting sites to visit. A pavilion, located in the middle of a pond, offers respite from the sun. And continue on to Chai Nat Muni National Museum Located within the temple grounds of WatPhraBorommathatWorawihan, this archaeological museum is a two-story Thai-style residence. Downstairs, there are displays of celadon Buddha images, tools, and ornaments from the Dvaravati (6th-13th century) to the Rattanakosin period (1782-1932). Most of the artifacts were donated by the Venerable Phra Chai Nat Muni (Nuam) Suthatto, a widely-respected monk. He was also the former Ecclesiastical Provincial Governor of Chai Nat, and a collector of religious artifacts which were later donated to Thailand’s Fine Arts Department. The second story is home to various Buddhist votive tablets from the Dvaravati to the Rattanakosin period. The next visiting place is Chao Phraya Dam. It is the nation’s first large-scale dam is located at the bend of Bang Krabian River, Mu 3, Tambon Bang Luang. With a total length of 237.5 meters and a height of 16.5 meters, this reinforced concrete dam is built across flowing water and consists of 16 spillways. Travel to hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Chainat

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 8 : Chai Nat – Uthaithani – Nakorn Sawan By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we are visiting to Hub Pa Tad Valley. Surrounding by the old stone mountains, the hidden forest of rare big palm trees which seem to be from the time of “Jurassic Park” is waiting for the outside world to be explored. After walking through a 100 meters long tunnel, guests will find themselves in a different green world. Then board on a motor boat to visit the Bird Sanctuary at Bung Boraphet Swamp in Nakorn Sawan. Then continue to Uthai Thani and visit the local evening market. Check in at hotel. In the evening guests may participate at Thai cooking demonstration and have dinner at the Resort.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Uthaithani

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 9 : Uthaithani – Singburi – Lopburi By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, depart the resort to Uthai Thani. Visit Sakaekrang River and Sakaekrang Hill and continue to Wat Tasung temple, the biggest and most famous temple in Uthai Thani, serving as Buddhist meditation center. Be amazed by the crystal hall and the golden altars. Lunch at a local restaurant. Then continue to Sing buri province and visiting to Thong Sam See Rose Apple Orchard, the rose apple Thong Sam See can reach up to 15-25 metres in height when it is fully grown. Its trunk is rough and full of branches. Its flower is white, big, scented and hermaphroditic. Its fruit looks like an upside down bell. Its flesh varies from white to cloudy white. Sometimes this breed is called Tubtimchan. Its excellence is its big size of crimson fruits, its dense flesh with no seeds. Its shape is similar to Phet Nampueng breed but its bottom, which is the part that is sweet and delicious, is bigger. Its skin is shiny and invulnerable to bruise so it can be transported faraway. Next is visiting to Monument of Bang Rachan Heroes & Khai Bang Rachan Park. The present Bang Rachan Camp is an imitation of the ancient camp. Within the Khai Bang Rachan Park, lies the Heroes of Khai Bang Rachan Historical Center, which has three exhibition rooms. Room I displays the stories of Khai Bang Rachan, ancient utensils, the MaenamNoi kiln site, and traditional Thai shadow plays. Room II displays the heritage of Sing Buri. Room III presents the way of life of the people of Sing Buri and precious artifacts of Sing Buri. After that, drive to Lopburi province to visit Phra Narai Ratchaniwet palace-complex is also commonly known as King Narai National Museum and was built in the late 17th century, when King Narai the Great decided to make Lop Buri the second capital of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Although French architects contributed to the design of the buildings, the Khmer influence is still visible. The palace is a perfect blend of both worlds, a unique mixture of Khmer-European styles. And then next is to visit Phra Prang Sam Yot is Lop Buri’s best known landmark and provincial symbol. A former Hindu shrine built in the 13th century in the classic Bayon style of Khmer architecture, the compound comprises three Prangs (towers) linked by corridors. The three laterite and sandstone spires, each decorated with classic stucco, are believed to have originally represented the Hindu Trimurti; Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver) and Shiva (the Destroyer). Transfer to hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Lopburi Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 10 : Lopburi – Saraburi By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, visiting to Bee Farm in Pattananikom district, this bee farm serves a double purpose, first as a honey and bee product manufacturing site, and second, as a training and information center on bee cultivation. Natural products such as royal jelly, sunflower honey, natural honey extracts and other honey-related products are on offer for visitors. After that, continue on to visit Ban Kluai located in Amphoe Ban Mi, Ban Kluai is a village known for its meticulously woven ikat fabric, called Mutmi in Thai. Here, generations upon generations have inherited the art of hand-weaving this textured fabric, an art that has endured for over 135 years. The weaving center, called Ban Mi Weaving Group, is known for unique patterns and premier quality ikat. And next is to Kachornvit Mushroom Farm established in 1981, the Khachonwit Mushroom Farm has spent over 30 years developing methods of growing high-quality organic mushrooms using EM (Effective Microorganisms). Visitors can take a short tour of the farm or sample several kinds of preserved mushrooms which are also available for sale. After that drive straight Saraburi province to stop at Baan Kao Kaew by Ajarn Srongchai is the museum of ancient Thai style houses. The origin came from his infatuation in the Thai style houses. He has collected Thai style houses for more than 30 years in order to preserve and be the center of Thai style houses. And followed by visiting to Central Botanical Garden (Phu Kae) is located in the Phra Phutthabat Phu Kae Superior National forest covering the area of 4,697 fields. It is 17 kilometers away from Saraburi city. The place is the first botanical garden in Thailand and is also the research location for plants in order to provide information to the public. The garden is full of different kind of plants and trees, mostly local; it is composed of 35 types including trees in literature and herbs. And then go to Cavalry center (Adisorn Camp) which it is Saraburi’s military tourist attraction with many activities such as mountain biking, mountain climbing and hiking. Another interesting activity is driving a tank and you don’t have to be worried since there will be an instructor and the tanks are already out of action. After that, travel to your hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Overnight in Saraburi Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 11 : Saraburi – Nakorn Nayok By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, visiting to Baan Pak Phlee Local Museum, this local museum has collections of many ancient items which are found in the excavation area around Tombon Pak Phlee. The archeologists presume that these ancient items, mainly the baked clay potteries, bronze containers, Sarid braclets and glass beads, are 2,700 – 3,000 years old. After that, visit IPM Pomelo Farm where the place is an agri-tourism farm for attracting travellers or visitors who wants to absorb the atmosphere of the rural community. The farmers from Baan Gang Sam Chun, Tumbol Sarika, Amphoe Mueng, Nakhon Nayok were confederated to grow pomelos by integrated pest management, within the area of 100rai. They used bio-fertilizer, natural fertilizer and chemical substances made from herbs instead of using fertilizer along with insecticide. Integrated pest management is not only maintaining a healthy environment, but also promoting health for both providers and consumers. Pomelos which were plant by this method are very juicy and sweet with soft texture. And next is visiting to The 100-Year Royal Military Academy Museum, the 100-Year Royal Military Academy Museum displays the biographies of its famous graduates, history of wars, weapons of war and uniforms of soldiers of neighboring nations, as well as a wax sculpture of King Rama V. It is the perfect place to learn about the history of war, as well as its brutal consequences. And followed by The Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam was originally named the Khlong Tha Dan Dam. It’s a major tourist attraction of Nakhon Nayok. Tourists can admire its grand structure and enjoy various leisure activities around the dam site. This is a haven for ecotourism where visitors can trek, windsurf, kayak, or go rafting in Khao Yai National Park. Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam was completed in 2005 and it is the longest reinforced concrete dam in the world with 93 metres high and 2,594 metres long and an incredible 5.5 million cubic meters of concrete. It has a storage capacity of 224 million cubic meters of water. It is the biggest dam in Thailand. It is also the largest and longest roller compacted concrete (RCC) dam in the world. And visit Nang Rong Waterfall located in Hin Tang Sub-district and part of the KhaoYai National Park, this multi-tiered waterfall plunges down to several rock formations below, and then flows into the lush surrounding forests. A small pool at each level makes the waterfall a perfect place for visitors to literally immerse themselves in the area’s natural beauty. Before transfer back to hotel we are Rafting along Nakhon Nayok River which it starting from Khao Yai National Park, the Nakhon Nayok River branches out at Wang Takhrai Canal. Canoe rafting trips leave from Wang Ta Krai Canal (next to Wang Ta Krai Bridge) and proceed along Nang Rong Canal to the Nakhon Nayok River. There are many exit points along the river, such as at Ban Dong, Kaeng Sam Chan, Wang Kutapha and Wang Yao. The distance for each section is 2-5 kilometers. The river is quite calm, with no white water, but has many unexpected (and thrilling) twists and turns. Transfer to hotel after the tour ends and check in and then relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Nakorn Nayok

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 12 : Nakorn Nayok – Ayutthaya By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast,
    Then we are taking you to visit Bang Pa In Summer Palace after that, we are taking on a motor long tailed boat along the Chaopraya River to Ayutthaya town. After that, dive by car to Ayodhaya Floating Market, enjoy your shopping at the market and then we are travel to hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Ayutthaya

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 13 : Ayutthaya Tour By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, the first place in the former Thailand ancient capital city in the past beginning with visiting to Ancient Palace, the Royal Palace or The ancient Palace is located near Wat Mongkol Borpit temple where the house of Thailand Seated largest bronze Buddha Image. At present, there is only the remains of the building’s base. Only Wat Phra Si Sanphet is there with the glamorous architecture. And next visit is Wat Yai Chaimongkon where is the large and high victory Chedi in Ayutthaya. Then next to Thai Boat Museum is a private museum located at Bang Ian Road opposite to Wat Mahataat. It is in the area of Ajarn Paitoon Khawmala who loves Thai boats and has a spiritual bond with boats and river since childhood. He was also a naval architecture teacher throughout his whole entire life at Shipbuilding Technical School. He built up this Thai Boat Museum to be a local wisdom study centre of Thai boats. After that, continue on to Wat Chaiwatthanaram One of the most visited historical site of Ayutthaya, Wat Chaiwattanaram rests on the bank of the Chao Phraya River, to the west of the city island. The temple was ordered to build in 1630 by King Prasat Thong to honor his mother, featuring the architectural style influenced by Angkor temple in Cambodia—its unique feature is a large, central prang (Khmer-style pagoda) surrounded by smaller prangs, symbolizing Mount Sumeru, the gods’ mountain according to Hindu belief. The lighting at night makes the temple even more exotic and beautiful. After tour return to your hotel in Ayutthaya and check in then relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Ayutthaya

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 14 : Ayutthaya – Pathum Thani – Nonthaburi By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we are checking out and leave for Pathum Thani Province visiting to National Geological Museum, Pathumthani is under the care of Department of Mineral Resource which is one of the 12 projects according to Art, Culture and Science Institute The objective is to build this museum in honour of the occasion of His Majesty’s 50 year occasion to the throne and to be the center of conserving reference data and important sample in geology. Thai people can study and research about geology which plays important role in human living basis and country’s development. Department of Mineral Resource built these 4-and-a-half-storey building of 140,000 sqaure meters space on 5 rais (8,000 square meters). The museum is completed in 2000. The project cost was 419.5 million baht. And next is continuing on visiting to The National Memorial covering an area of nearly 15 acres, the National Memorial is under the supervision of the Armed Forces Education Department, Supreme Command Headquarters. It is a memorial extolling the heroic deeds of Thai forefathers who used their intellect, talent and lives to protect the Kingdom. It is also a museum promoting awareness of Thai history and major Thai battles, including the Thai military’s missions abroad in the Vietnam War and the Korean War, presented through dioramas photo galleries. Inside are displays depicting the evolution of military uniforms and insignias throughout history. And then driving to Nonthaburi Province. Stop at Flower Distribution Center is located inside Soi Chang. Keep going straight for 200 meters and you will spot many stalls selling tree and flowers on the area of 120 acres and the shops that sell small size flowers and plants with a variety of colors and styles. Next, you will encounter the shops selling agricultural equipment and garden decorations as well as the gardener services. And followed by The Prathom-Nonthaburi Palace, it constructed with a mixture of Thai and European architecture long ago in 1919, this palace once belonged to Prince Juthathuttharadilok, son of the great King Chulalongkorn. And before we finish the tour on this day, we will visit The Museum of Nonthaburi is one of the local learning and resource centers and the building was once used as a city hall. This historical building was built from teak wood that adds much to its value in architecture. Later on, drive to hotel and check in then relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Nonthaburi Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 15 : Nonthaburi – Samut Prakan By Car

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, we are checking out and leave for Samut Prakan Province and the first stop at Ancient City has been regarded as one of the largest open-air museums in the world. Visitors can see many significant places in Thailand, for example, castles, palaces, temples, and sculptures. Some are models, but some are the originals that were taken from certain places. The exhibitions in the Ancient City are divided according to regions for visitors to enjoy and appreciate the core of the multi-faceted culture. The experience gives the impression of traveling the whole country within a day. After that, followed by Phra Chulachomklao Fort is located on the river mouth of the Chao Phraya River in Tambon Laem Fa Pha, Phra Samut Chedi District, Samut Prakan. It was built in the reign of King Rama V to protect the country from an invasion of European countries during the time of colonization. This fort was used to fight against the enemies in The Franco-Siamese War in 1893 when Kingdom of Siam was facing the invasion of two powerful countries; England and France. And continue on visiting to Siamese Fighting Fish Gallery located in Soi Watrajrungsan, Bang Kachao, Phra Pra Daeng district, Samut Prakan with abundant trees in a pig stomach shape is a museum established for supporting the ecological tourism in form of “Life Learning Center”. This museum will be a favorite place for many visitors especially for fighting fish lovers as many fighting fish are displayed here such as Bettar fighting fish, Pa fighting fish, Best Plakad Betta fighting fish and many more. Also, there is a video showing the history of Thailand. Not only the museum display the fighting fish, other species including fish in Chao Phraya River like featherback fish and Tapian fish also are exhibited here. We are ending our tour at Bang Pu Seaside is famous for the relaxed getaway that is so closed to Bangkok at only 37 kilometers. The place is operated by the Quartermaster Department Royal Thai Army and so it’s popular among the soldiers. Then drive to your hotel. Check in and relax on your own time afterwards.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
    Overnight in Samut Prakan Province

    • Meals & Drinks : Breakfast
  • Day 16 : Samut Prakan – Departure

    Breakfast at hotel
    After breakfast, free on your own time until you will check out and transfer to Bangkok International Airport for flight to next destination or home.
    Note: Lunch and Dinner are on your own activities
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  • A local guide speaks English
  • All entrance fees are indicated in the program
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  • An air-conditioned car for tours
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