TH1 - Taste of Thailand

Bangkok, Mahachai, Ampawa, River Kwai, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya & Bang Pa In      7 Days from $--

Overview

Tour Style

Classic Tours

Tour Length

7 Days/6 Nights

Departs

Land Only - contact us for an air quote.

Starts

Sundays from Bangkok

Finishes

Saturdays in Bangkok

Highlights

No information

Included Features

• 6 Nights accommodation in Thailand: Bangkok (3), Ampawa (1), Kwai River (1) & Ayutthaya (1).
• Sightseeing and excursions as detailed in the itinerary, including entrance fees.
• Service of a licensed English-speaking guide in Thailand.
• Meals as per itinerary.
• All transfers as per itinerary.

Additional Information

Available as private touring. Departs daily. Supplement applies.

Itinerary at a glance

Day 1 – Bangkok
Day 2 – Bangkok
Day 3 – Bangkok / Mahachai / Ampawa
Day 4 – Ampawa / Floating Market / River Kwai
Day 5 – Kanchanaburi / Ayutthaya
Day 6 – Ayutthaya / Bang Pa In / Bangkok
Day 7 – Bangkok

Itinerary

Day 1 Sunday – Bangkok

Upon arrival in Bangkok, you will be met by our representative, assisted through formalities, and transferred to your hotel. 

Day 2 Monday – Bangkok

After breakfast, begin your sightseeing tour of Bangkok’s temples. Wat Traimit houses a striking 3-meter tall Golden Buddha image - a gleaming, 5-ton figure of solid gold. Wat Pho, which features the largest reclining Buddha image in Thailand, and the Chedi of the kings, is Bangkok\'s oldest and largest temple. Finally there is Wat Benchamabophit, a fine modern Thai temple constructed from white Carrara marble with ornate crossbeams decorated with lacquer and gold. Overnight at your hotel. (B)

Day 3 Tuesday – Bangkok / Mahachai / Ampawa

In the morning, drive to Mahachai, home to one of the biggest seafood piers in the Gulf of Thailand. Continue to Mae Klong Railway Market. Walk around the market, then ready yourself for the hectic activities of the vendors along the railway tracks. Continue to Ampawa and visit the Benjarong House and Museum. Later in the afternoon, depart on a boat trip through the scenic canals, passing coconut and fruit orchards and rural dwellings and continue along Mae Klong River to Wat Bang Kung. This interesting temple is completely embraced by the roots of a huge Banyan Tree. Return to the resort. (BL)

Day 4 Wednesday – Ampawa / Floating Market / River Kwai

After breakfast, drive to the nearby floating market of Damoen Saduak, before continuing continue to Kanchanaburi. Board the local train for the exciting ride on the Death Railway. Visit Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. Transfer to your hotel located on the Kwai River by long-tail boat. Enjoy some time of leisure. Overnight at your hotel. (BL)

Day 5 Thursday – Kanchanaburi / Ayutthaya

After breakfast, travel to Siam, Ayutthaya. Located approximately 80 kilometers north of Bangkok, the ancient city of Ayutthaya is known as the \"Venice of the East\", and it lies along the Chao Phraya River, the tributaries of which surround Ayutthaya province. Visit some of its notable temples. A further visit includes Wat Yai Chai Mongkol. Return to your hotel. (BL)

Day 6 Friday – Ayutthaya / Bang Pa In / Bangkok

After breakfast, visit Wat Panangchoen, which contains the oldest large cast bronze Buddha image in Ayutthaya. A 40-minute boat trip on the Chao Phraya River brings you to Bang Pa In, followed by a visit of the Royal Summer palace. Continue to Bangkok. Enjoy some time of leisure in Bangkok. Overnight at your hotel. (B)

Day 7 Saturday – Bangkok

Transfer to the airport for your onward flight. (B)

Prices

Please contact your travel agent for a quote.

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Testimonials 


Just to let you know we had a incredible trip, the tour guide was a book of knowledge. He was very considerate with everyone he went out of his way to please everyone. The hotels in Istanbul were really great both places and the breakfast at the first Hotel was good. The bus driver was amazing. The tour price was excellent I would suggest perhaps one more day in Istanbul at the end of the trip for free time would be nice and perhaps cut something else out or charge a little more for the extra night in Istanbul. All and all it was an excellent trip.


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