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This program will visit the local area near Bangkok and the city around Bangkok.  You will see Thai lifestyle along the canal in Damnoen Saduak,  Then heading to Hua Hin visit attractions in Hua Hin and relax at Hua Hin Beach.  It is a compact program. Suitable for the group is to have children, elderly and wheelchair users.

Day 1   AIRPORT to SAMUT SONGKHRAM (Damnoen Care Resort)

- Meet and greet team at airport to Damnoen Saduak

- Mae klong Railway Market & Station
This market actually sits atop train tracks. As the train comes charging down, the market is transformed to allow it to pass.  You will hear the train long before you actually see it. Vendors and merchants collectively begin to coolly move their belongings and umbrellas away from the tracks as the train barrels forward, laying on its horn every now and then to warn people of its inevitable passing; this is why the market is also known as the ‘umbrella pulldown’ market.

- Late afternoon. Arrive Damnoen Care Resort. (Full accessible for wheelchair)

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- Visit Floating Market by private boat.

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.

- Lunch at local restaurant

- Wat Bang Kung

Wat Bang Kung is located in the same area as the Bang Kung Camp, on the opposite side and separated by a road. Within the temple, there is an old ordination hall which houses a large sculptured Buddha image commonly called by villagers as Luangpho Bot Noi. Mural paintings from the late Ayutthaya period depict Lord Buddha while he was sitting in the niche and preaching, flanked by the disciples in paying respect to him.

- Dinner at local restaurant. (Customer order and pay to restaurant directly)

- Arrive to resort. Relax Thai lifestyle along the canal.

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Day 3  HUA HIN

- Check out from Resort. Heading to Hua Hin


- Mrigadayavan Palace

Like many buildings in Hua Hin, this Thai-Victorian style summer seaside palace was constructed in the early 1920s during the reign of King Rama VI. It was designed by an Italian architect and built with golden teak from the demolished Hat Chao Samran Palace, with lots of verandas, latticework and high ceilings to keep the structure cool during summer

- Check in to Hotel in Hua Hin & Sea Food Dinner

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- Wat Huay Mongkol

This Buddhist temple is home to the world’s largest statue of Luang Phor Thuad, a legendary southern Thai monk revered for his enlightenment and ability to perform miracles. Many believe that the amulets created in his image guarantee safety in times of distress. The statue, set within a park-like setting that attracts many visitors each weekend

- Hua Hin Train Station

Built during the reign of King Rama VI, and only a short distance from the centre of town, Hua Hin's railway station and adjacent royal waiting room are undeniably attractive. The brightly painted wooden buildings that are Thai in concept and design somehow manage to have a 'Victorian' feel to them. 

- Hua Hin Night Market

Cicada Marketor Hua Hin night Market is all about art, handmade crafts and good times. With an open-air market concept, it brings together Hua Hin’s artistic talents and those who wear ‘freedom of expression’ on their sleeves. Besides the crafts market, you’ll also find an art gallery, beer garden and live music.


- Last-minute shopping

- Transfer to Airport

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