This program will visit Bangkok and city around Bangkok. Such as Grand Palace, Wat Trimit, The dinner cruise along the Chao Phraya river., Historic City of Ayutthaya, Damnoen Saduak Floating market and elephant show at Sampran Ground Zoo. Then visit Pattaya city. Pattaya’s beaches are constantly brimming with life, as water sports lovers and sun worshippers take to the waters. Apart from water sports and nightlife, Pattaya offers endless possibilities when it comes to accommodation and entertainment. It has outgrown its image as a seedy beach town to a destination for a wider audience; whether couples, families or business travellers, Pattaya has something for everyone.
Day 1 BANGKOK
- Pickup at airport transfer to hotel
- Show at Siam Niramit
Packingallthesplendour of the Land of Smiles into an 80-minute stage show is no easy task. But Siam Niramit succeeds and spectacularly
Day 2 BANGKOK
- Amazing at Grand Palace or Wat Pho
The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782
- Lunch at Baiyoke Sky see Bangkok 360°
Located on our 76th and 78th floor, Bangkok Sky Restaurantenjoysarelaxedambience where guests can enjoy breakfast,lunchand dinner complemented by beautiful decor and impeccable service. Featuring
- Wat Trimit (Golden Budha)
This historic temple features a gilded exterior, exhibitions & a massive golden statue of Buddha, with a weight of 5.5 tons (5,500 kilograms)
- Dinner Cruise at Cho Phraya river.
The best way to experience the glory of the Chao Phraya River is by taking a dinner river cruise. The luxurious floating restaurants will take you along to appreciate the romantic views of the famous landmarks such as the Temple of Dawn and the Grand Palace as well as people’s houses on both sides of the river glistening in contrast with the dark sky. On board, a wide array of culinary delights will be served, mostly accompanied by music and impressive shows.
Day 3 BANGKOK
- Floating Market
Damnoen Saduak is the most popular floating market in Thailand, great for photo opportunities, food, and for giving you an insight into a bygone way of life
- Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo
The elephants are the featured stars in the show, where they perform dances, play soccer, and fight battles like the “Yutha Hathi.” Yutha Hathi is a great historical royal battle scene which the elephants are utilized during the fight. Asforthewresting show, the master crocodile catcher performs breath-taking stunts with the crocodiles that you cannot believe your eyes
- Asia Tique Riverfront
Asiatique The Riverfront is a large open-air mall in Bangkok, Thailand. It is situated in the former docks of the East Asiatic Company, and faces the Chao Phraya River and Charoen Krung Road. The complex opened in 2012 after extensive renovation of the site
Day 4 AYUTTHAYA.
- Bang Pa-in Palace
Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. The palace complex was used as a summer dwelling by the Siamese royalty and their consorts. Also called 'BangPa In Summer Palace' the park comprises several iconic buildings dotted around a large park
- Wat Yai Chai Mongkol
Wat Yai Chai Mongkol (or Mongkhon) is located a few kilometers southeast of Ayutthaya (island). You'll have to cross the Pridithamrong bridge out of the city. It obviously is one of the major temples in the Ayutthaya area, and both tourists and local worshippers visit the wat.
- Wat Mahathat
Wat Maha That or the Monastery of the great relic is located on the city island in the central part of Ayutthaya. Surrounded by canals and moats. The structure has been registered as a national historic site by the Fine Arts Department on 8 March 1935 and is part of the Ayutthaya World Heritage Historical Park.
Day 5 KANCHANABURI
- River Kwai Bridge
Kanchanaburi is a land forever cloaked in history. Renowned across the globe for its famous WWII landmarks – Bridge over the River Kwai (Kwae) and the Death Railway – this westernmost province was used by the Japanese army as a strategic supplies route into neighbouring Burma and beyond. Enclosed by verdant forests, the Death Railway is, today, one of the most scenic rail routes in the country
- Jeath War Museum
The JEATH War Museum is one of two war museums in Thailand about the Death Railway built from 1942 to 1943 by Allied POWs under the direction of the Japanese, a part of the famous Thai-Burma railways.
- War Cemetery
This War Cemetery is also known as the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. It is located opposite Kanchanaburi's Railway Station on Saengchootoe Road. It contains the remains of 6,982 Australian, Dutch and British war prisoners who lost their lives during the construction of the Death Railway
- Phra Prathom Jedi
Phra Pathommachedi or Phra Pathom Chedi is a stupa in Thailand. At 120.5metres it is the tallest stupa in the world. The stupa is located in the Wat Phra Pathommachedi Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan, a temple in the town center of Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
Day 6 PATTAYA
- Sriracha Tiger Zoo
What do Bengal tigers, dogs and pigs have in common? After all, they’re all members of the animal kingdom but they come from completely different families. At Sriracha Tiger Zoo, though, you will find them all living together in harmony, thanks to the zoo’s rather unique feeding programme. Witness mother pigs feed tiger cubs alongside their own piglets; have your picture taken with the cubs; watch the crocodile show, or enjoy riding on an elephant.
- Check to hotel & See the sunset at Pattaya viewpoint
Pattaya Viewpoint Scenic Viewpoint In Pattaya Viewpoint (Khao Pattaya View Point) on Pratumnak Hill is the best viewpoint in the region and the place to visit day or night to get that classic shot of Pattaya’s sweeping, crescent bay
- Sea Food Dinner
- Pattaya walking street
Pattaya Walking Street is the biggest and busiest party hotspot in the whole of Thailand, with only a couple of the top places in Bangkok beating it for sheer volume and variety making the whole southern end of the city into a warren of nightlife entertainments, with something for practically every taste
Day 7 PATTAYA
- The Sanctuary of Truth
Sanctuary of Truth is perhaps the most iconic structure in Pattaya. Intricately carved entirely from teak wood, the awe-inspiring 105-metre-tall hall on the headland to the north of Wongamat Beach is a one-of-a-kind structure in the whole world.
- Mini Siam or Nongnooch Garden
Mini Siam in Pattaya can take you around the world not in 80 days – more like 80 minutes, if you’re quick! The park behind the Pattaya Boxing World stadium is home to nearly 100 replicas of famous sites worldwide - from the Temple of the Emerald Buddha to the Statue of Liberty - all displayed at a scale of 1:25. It is the perfect place to try and play Gulliver’s Travel
- Pattaya Floating Market Cabaret Show
- Tiffany Cabaret Show
In a breathless hour-long riot of sound, color, and light, experience a theatrical event that spans the entire hemisphere through song, dance or skit, from a Bollywood-style musical to Korean fan dance, slapstick burlesque to Broadway spectacular. Highlights of this tour: Enjoy the biggest and most famous transvestite cabaret show in Southeast Asia Spectacular costumes and dance routines Family-friendly fun Round-trip transport to and from your hotel included 2-hour tour
Day 8 PATTAYA to Airport
- Free day, Relax at Pattaya beach
- Standby on request from the customer until midnight
Day 9 PATTAYA to Airport
- Last minute shopping
- Transfer to Airport