|4 DAY EXCURSIONS - EX BANGKOK
|Tour Code: 3NBCT Central Thailand (4Days/ 3 Nights)
This tour will take you from Bangkok to the surrounding Central Area highlighting the Rose Garden, Damnoen Saduak Floating
Market, Kanchanaburi (River Kwai), and ancient city of Ayuthaya.
Day 1 Bangkok – Rose Garden (L)
Depart from your hotel in Bangkok in the morning and drive across Chao Phraya River to Don Wai, a lively
morning market along the Ta Chin River where fresh vegetables, fruit and plants are being sold. Board a
wooden barge and cruise along Ta Chin River to the Rose Garden Aprime Resort. Participant in a Thai cooking
class (a maximum of 10 persons)*. An apron will be rewarded to all participants as souvenir. In the afternoon
enjoy a cultural show and lunch at the Rose Garden village –a colorful presentation of traditional dances,
sports and ceremonies. Take the rest of the afternoon at leisure to relax at the ozone-filtered chlorine free
swimming pool, take a stroll through the extensive park, herbal garden or the Thai village. Tonight, you will
overnight at the Rose Garden Aprime Resort.
Day 2 Rose Garden – Damnoen Saduak Floating Market – Kanchanaburi (B,L,D)
Following breakfast at hotel, visit the Phra Pathom Chedi, one of the largest stupas in the world, then continue
to Famnoen Sacuak Floating Market. The district consists of canals crisscrossing the area and local villagers
gather in the mornings on the klongs to sell their wares from small hand-rowed boats. Drive to Kanchanaburi
and visit the Burma-Thailand Railway Museum and the famous Bridge over the River Kwai. This afternoon, you
will be treated to a local train ride on the Death Railway.
Transfer to your hotel located on the River Kwai by long-tail boat. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure or take part in
one of the many optional activities offered in the area such as: Mountain biking, canoeing on the river,
traditional Thai massage etc). Overnight at Resotel.
Day 3 Kanchanaburi – Suphanburi – Ayuthaya (B,L,D)
Breakfast will be served at hotel. Your day’s journey begins with a drive to Suphanburi –the former capital city
of Siam, Ayuthaya. Located 80 km north of Bangkok, the ancient city of Ayutthaya lies along the Chao Phraya
River, the trivutaries of which surround Ayutthaya province. The glory of Ayuttahaya Empire (1350 -1767 A.D) is
evident in the remains of temples such as Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and Wat Chai Wattanaram, which you will be
visiting this afternoon. Journey continues to Wat Yai Chai Mongkol a well- tended temple founded by King U-
Thong in 1357 as a center for monks returning from study in Sri Lanka. Tonight, stay at Krungsri River hotel.
Day 4 Ayuthaya – Bangkok (B,L)
Optional: 6am - This morning highlight is a very special Thai Custom to personally offer alms to a Buddhist
monk which in the Thai culture is regarded as remarkable and highly respectable gesture. After the cultural
and religious experience, you return to the hotel for breakfast following by a 40 min. boat ride on the Chao
Phraya River to Bang Pa In. Upon arrical, visit the Royal Summer Palace and take a short leisure around. Return
to Bangkok in the afternoon. Estimated arrival time is 12pm.
Tour Code: 3NBOL Overland Ayuthaya—Lopburi—Pitsanuloke—Sukhothai—Sri Satchanalai (4Days/ 3 Nights)
Travel overland to the Historical ancient cities of Thailand. Traveling through cities and villages along the way and explore the many
historical wonders of the Kingdom.
Sukhothai was the capital of the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th centuries. It has a number of fine monuments,
illustrating the beginnings of Thai architecture. The great civilization which evolved in the Kingdom of Sukhothai absorbed numerous
influences and ancient local traditions; the rapid assimilation of all these elements forged what is known as the 'Sukhothai style'.
Sri Satchanalai Historical Park consists of 300 acres of flowers, greenery and wildlife with mountains throughout the parks length.
One of the focal points of the park is Tad Dao –a 40-meter high waterfall. Others are Kang Kao cave, Tad Dean Waterfall and Pong
Nam Dean. One of the highest peaks in the park is Wang Chang, which offers some tremendous views from its summit. The park
also houses a number of ruins, comparable to those available at Sukothai Historical Park, although of another era. Although a World
Heritage site like Sukothai Historical Park, Sri Satchanalai’s ruins are not as well restored, but this adds to the its charm and
Day 1 Bangkok - Ayuthaya Historical Park - Lopburi - Pitsanulok (L)
Depart in the morning by car to visit the historical Ayuthaya Park. The Ayuthaya Historical Park is a UNESCO
declared World Heritage site. In 1767, the Burnese Army sacked and burnt down Ayuthaya to complete ruins.
Although it suffered a great destruction, Ayuthaya is still a very attractive ancient city to visit and is only 82
kilometers north of Bangkok. The tour continues to Lopburi and then to Pitsanuloke. For your comfort and stay
in Pitsanuloke, overnight at Amarin Lagoon Hotel
Day 2 Pitsanukole - Sukhothai (B,L)
Breakfast is served at hotel following a tour to visit the private museum, craft demonstration on casting
Buddha images following a visit to Wat Pra Sri Maha Thad and then onward to Sri Satchanalai historical Park,
museum of Kiln where major pottery production was once very prosperous in this area and for export also, visit
other attraction, then to Haad Seow town to visit Cloth Museum( A private Museum).
For your comfort and stay, overnight at Pailyn Sukhothai Hotel for 2 nights.
Day 3 Sukthothai (B, L)
Following breakfast at hotel, visit to Ram Kamhaeng Museum and explorer Sukhothai Historical Park. The day
is yours to explore the many wonders of this ancient capital city.
Day 4 Sukhothai - Bangkok (B)
Breakfast is served at hotel, you will transfer back to Bangkok
* Flights to other destinations in Thailand available with additional cost.
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