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A Taste of Thailand 7days 6nights

DURATION 7 days 6 nights

Booking Package

Bangkok’s Royal Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Wat Po (Reclining Buddha), Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, the River Kwai, Maeklong Railway Market, UNESCO World Heritage Site of Autthaya


Bangkok Kanchanaburi Ayutthaya



Arrive in Bangkok today welcome by our professional tour guide and transfer to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

This afternoon, experience an exhilarating boat ride along the bustling Chao Phraya River and the quiet Klongs (canals) in a long tail boat. Be taken back in time to a more traditional way of life, far removed from Bangkok's modern skyscrapers. Visit the Royal Barge Museum to witness the beautiful barges used by the King on state occasions, then visit Wat Arun, the magnificent temple of Dawn with its 79-meter pagoda or 'prang', built in the Khmer style. Tonight, enjoy a traditional Thai Set dinner at Supatra River House Restaurant. Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this beautiful two-story traditional Thai house is the former home of Khunying Supatra Singholaga, a leading advocate of women's rights in Thailand. Its contemporary décor blends perfectly with the traditional architecture, and the views of the River, Grand Palace, and Wat Arun are downright spectacular.

Overnight in Bangkok
Meal included on this day: Breakfast and Dinner


Temples, along with the monarchy, are the fabric that binds together the national identity that is Thailand, and some of the most interesting of Thai temples are found in Bangkok.

This afternoon, depart for The Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. For 150 years, the Grand Palace, served as the home of the King and his court as well as the entire administrative seat of government. Within its grounds, you'll also visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew), a structure built to house a large Buddha image carved from a solid piece of green jadite (jasper). Continue to Wat Po, founded in the 17th century and the oldest temple in Bangkok. This temple is also home to the amazing Reclining Buddha, one of the largest in the world, whose face depicts the attainment of Nirvana and whose feet are inlaid with mother-of-pearl.

Overnight in Bangkok
Meal included on this day: Breakfast

DAY 03: Bangkok - Kanchanaburi

Floating market, Ratchaburi at Tourism Authority of Thailand
After breakfast this morning, drive about an hour south of Bangkok to Samut Songkhram Province, enjoying the beautiful Thai countryside along the way.

Stop at a local train station to experience a short train ride bound for an amazing country market that has sprouted up along the tracks, the Maeklong Railway Market. The true marvel here is watching as vendors skillfully move their stalls out of the way of trains passing right through the market. Next, visit Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and take a long-tail boat ride through the canals and see how Thai people live alongside the labyrinth of canals in this area. Arrive at the famous market where you can stroll around the colorful floating stalls bustling with boats and vendors selling tropical fruits and other delights.

Bridge over the River Kwai
Continue to Kanchanaburi. Upon arrival, visit the historic bridge over the River Kwai, part of the infamous Death Railway built by the Japanese using Allied prisoners of war during World War II. At the Death Railway museum, you'll learn more about life in the camps, the building of the bridge, and the more than 8,000 POWs who died during construction.

Overnight in Kanchanaburi
Meal included for this day: Breakfast

Day 04: Kanchanaburi

This morning, take a one hour train ride on the famous Death Railway passing the breathtaking panoramic view of the Kwai gorge. The rest of the afternoon is yours at leisure. We suggest a visit to the resort's spa for a Thai massage, steam bath, or a dip in the pool.

Overnight in Kanchanaburi
Meal included for this day: Breakfast

DAY 05: Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya

After breakfast this morning, board your motor coach and drive through the picturesque rice fields of Suphanburi to visit the 100 year old Samchuck Market,

where traditional woven houses line its riverbank. Here you can browse through a wide range of products from local food to antiques.Continue to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. King U-Thong founded the city in 1350 as the capital of his kingdom of Siam. By 1700, Ayutthaya had as many as a million inhabitants, making it one of the largest cities in the world at the time. But in 1767, the city was invaded and destroyed by the Burmese army. Magnificent ruins of the old city still remain, some having been restored. Exciting archaeological excavations are still proceeding at many sites in the area. Upon arrival, visit some of Ayutthaya's historical sites, such as Wat Chaiwattanaram, Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch, Wat Mongkhol Bophit, and Wat Yai Chaimongkhol.

Overnight in Kanchanaburi
Meal included for this day: Breakfast


DAY 06: Ayutthaya - Bangkok

Today's sightseeing tour takes you first to Bang Pa to view King Rama IV's summer palace, used occasionally by the king and queen to host receptions and banquets. The palace and its surrounding temples represent an appealing fusion of Thai, Chinese, and European architectural styles.

Continue to Wat Niwet Thammaprawat, one of the most distinctive Buddhist temples with its remarkable Gothic style architecture and stained glass windows. Continue to Bangkok this afternoon. This evening, join your fellow travelers for a farewell dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight in Bangkok
Meal included for this day: Breakfast & Dinner


DAY 07: Bangkok- Departure

Today, free and easy on your own leisure until time for your departure back home

Meal included for this day: Breakfast


  • Tours, transfers and all services as mentioned in the itinerary
  • 6nights accommodation at hotel
  • Services of a driver and air-conditioned vehicles
  • Service of professional English speaking guides
  • Entrance fees for all sights visited
  • Camera and video cameras fees if applicable
  • Lunch or dinner if mentioned in the itinerary


  • Meals other than those mentioned above
  • Any compulsory Gala dinners at the hotel (if required from the hotels)
  • Supplement for early check-in and late check-out (check-in: 14h00, check-out: 12h00)
  • Personal expenses are such as laundry, telephone, drinks etc
  • Tips for guide
  • Personal insurance

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