4 Days / 3 Nights
Day 1: Bangkok Walking Tour at Flower Market / Indian Town / China Town (3 KM. / 4 Hours)
09.00 AM. - 13.00 PM.
Take a shuttle boat from "Maenam Hotel" to Sathorn Pier and continue with a public boat along the Chao Phraya River to Flower Market. Visit Pak Khlong Talat, the largest flower market in Bangkok and central to this traditional flower.
Next, head to Little India, home to delicious curry houses, lovely textile shops, and a prominent Sikh temple. Afterward, continue to Sampeng Market, one of Bangkok’s largest and cheapest clothing markets.
Lastly, enjoy a complete walking tour of the best sights, smells, and tastes of Bangkok’s Chinatown, a food haven and a relatively undiscovered part of the city.
End of the Tour take a Public Boat from Ratchawong Pier back to the hotel
Overnight: Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Bangkok Menam Riverside (Superior) or similar class
Location: 2074 Charoen Krung Rd, Khwaeng Wat Phraya Krai, Khet Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok 10120
Day 2: Bangkok / Train Market / Damnoen-Saduak / River Kwai Bridge / Death Railway / Kanchanaburi (295 Km. / 11 Hrs)
You will be picked-up from your hotel and drive to “Samut-songkhram” . The first stop is our new highlight which local people called “Train Market” . This market is set on the railroad of “Maeklong Train Station” for the whole daytime. The interest of tourists for this visit will be taken once the train comes to a standstill at station either once the train will depart from station, all merchants will immediately move their goods from the railway road area and back again later. Then drive to a local sugar factory. There you’ll take a tour of the local factory where you’ll see sugar being made from coconut trees. Next you’ll go on a long tail Boat ride to the most Fascinating colorful floating market to “Damnoen-Saduak”. You’ll see the local people and have a chance to tour and test for the Season fruit, Thai dessert as Thai Crispy Pancake (Kanom Buang), Coconut Pan Cake(Kanom Babin), Thai Local Coffee (Kaffe Boran).
After that you’ll take a bus to Kanchanaburi Province you’ll see and some leisure walks at the famous “Bridge over the River Kwai” which was built by prisoners during the 2nd World War. Then drive to visit the small cave located next to “Tham Krasae Train Station”. The Death Railway is passing this cave and one of the most beautiful parts of the section in between mountain and river. Inside is an image of Lord Buddha. Then you'll take a ride with the train over the infamous “Death Railway” which passes over the River Kwai and travels along the beautiful but dangerous wooden viaducts. The train will arrive at “Tha Kilen Station” connected by the van for further to check-in and have dinner at the hotel.
Overnight: River Kwai Resotel (Superior) or similar class
Location: 55 Moo 5 Tambol Wangkrajae, Amphoe Sai Yok, Kanchanaburi 71150, Thailand
Meal (2): Breakfast / Dinner
Day 3: Kanchanaburi / Elephant Camp / Erawan Waterfall / Suphanburi / Ayutthaya
After breakfast, start trips today with Visit "SEASON FRUITS PLANTATION AT THE RIVER KWAI" Mr.Somchai starts his plantation under the Royal Project, more than 40 kinds of fruits and herbs you can see and some can test.
Next to “Elephant Camp” you will get Elephant Experience in the beautiful nature area our guide will offer you to get to feed, wash and interact with Asia’s largest animal ( wash will offer as optional tour).
After continuing by trekking at “Erawan Waterfall”. The Erawan Waterfall was really an impressive series of seven waterfalls each with a shape and character all its own. All the waterfalls typically fell over limestone cliffs resulting in colorful plunge pools as well as interesting rounded formations reminiscent of something that appeared to belong in a cave. Thereafter drive to Suphanburi Province where you will take a visit "WAT PA LELAI" This ancient royal temple, believed to have been built some 800 years ago when Suphan Buri was a prosperous community, visit A huge seated Buddha image named “Luang Pho To", 23 meters in height, is enshrined in the main chapel. At this temple our guide will show you “How to Make a Buddhist Offering”, this act is known as "Wai Phra" with the usual offering made consists of a candle, some flowers (often a lotus), a small square of gold leaf and three incense sticks. You don’t have to be Buddhist to make a wai phra offering and other Buddhists at the wat will be quite happy to see you wai phra so long as it is done respectfully. Then proceed to Ayutthaya overnight.
Overnight: Krungsri River Ayutthaya (Deluxe Room) or similar class
Location: 27/2 Moo 11 Rojchana Rd, Kamang Ayutthaya
Meals (2): Breakfast / Dinner
Day 4: Ayutthaya Historical Park / Bang-Pa-In Summer Palace / back to “Bangkok” (130 Km. / 9 Hrs)
Breakfast at the hotel, then check-out and go further to “Ayutthaya” which was the former capital of Thailand. You will visit the ruin “Viharn Mongkol Bophit” and “Wat Phra Sri Sanphet” which was the first temple ever built in Ayutthaya and it is over 600 years old. After Temple visits a Local Market of Ayutthaya you will see many kinds of dessert in Ayutthaya style. Especially "Roti Saimai (Cotton Candy)" it is very well known and for sure you can see how to make and test it!!
Then continue to Wat Mahathat is typical of the Ayutthaya ruins: large crumbling stupas surrounded by low laterite walls and rows of headless Buddhas. One Buddha-head is in a tree trunk.
Lunch at Local restaurant.
After driving to “Bang-Pa-In Summer Palace” a Royal Summer Palace built by King U-Thong (1629-1659 AD) the palace was restored by “King Rama V” of the Bangkok dynasty. The Palace compound consists of European Style building, Chinese Pavilion, Thai Style Pavilion.
After the sightseeing, transfer to your hotel in Bangkok or Bangkok Airport
Meals (2): Breakfast / Lunch