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Bangkok August 2008. Busy sunday morning at Damnoen Saduak floating market, Bangkok Thailand of locals selling fresh produce, cooked food and souvenirs.

Floating Markets of Damnoen Saduak Cruise Half-Day

Let’s discover the beauty of Thai culture by exploring the waterways outside of Bangkok. This 6-hour tour includes a speedboat trip to the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak District and a friendly knowledgeable local guide. You’ll have a chance to gain a deeper understanding of the ancient canals built by King Rama IV in the 19th century and enjoy a cruise along floating markets.

Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise

If you have yet to visit the Grand Palace and Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), then a Bangkok river cruise is a luxurious way to view these main attractions illuminated at night. Savour an authentic Thai buffet during your 2.5 to 3-hour excursion on Chao Phraya River and indulge yourself in the buoyant atmosphere the live band brings while watching the lit-up city skyline pass by.

Khao Yai National Park and Elephant Ride Day Trip

Say a temporary goodbye to our bustling Bangkok city centre for a trip to Khao Yai National Park, which includes an adventurous 45-minute elephant ride. On this 10-hour tour, you’ll also have a chance to try riding a traditional ox cart through rice fields, savour some Thai fruits from a street market, learn how to cook yourself a farm lunch, and walk to a waterfall attentively guided.

Private Tour: Bangkok Temples Half-Day

Thailand is a world-renowned Southeast Asian Buddhist country which owns approximately 26,000 wats. Take a deeper look into Bangkok temples including the relining Buddha at Wat Pho to comprehend a little more the religion that has long penetrated the culture and traditions of this city.

Bangkok’s Grand Palace Complex and Wat Phra Kaew

This half-day tour to the dazzling Grand Palace Complex and Wat Phra Kaew is considered by travellers among the top must-visits in Bangkok capital. Taken either in the morning or afternoon, the trip offers the same wonderful experience like no other. Take a deep look at the Emerald Buddha located in the Grand Palace Complex with the detailed instruction of your knowledgeable local guide.

Thai Burma Death Railway Bridge on the River Kwai Half-Day

Kanchanaburi Province’s 130km to the west of Bangkok. This rural area of Thailand is home to several kinds of agricultural products including sugar cane, rice and pineapple. Its symbolic Bridge on the River Kwai is a mournful reminder of the thousands of POW’s and forced laborers who lost their lives in the Second World War. This Bangkok tour also includes a opportunity to ride a local train.


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