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Thailand Wonders – Experience Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya and Bangkok. 

Day 1: Arrival Bangkok
Upon arrival, you will be met and greeted at the airport by our tour representative, and then transferred to Kanchanaburi, approximately a 3-hour drive. After check in, you are free at leisure to relax on own. Overnight in Kanchanaburi.

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Day 2: Day Tour in Kanchanaburi – Ayutthaya.
After checking out of the hotel, we drive to visit the War Museum, also known as the Jeath War Museum and Cemetery. Then, enjoy an exciting and scenic boat ride, showing you the differences between the three rivers; from Mae Klong River to Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai River. Later, view the world famous Bridge over the River Kwai. Lunch will be at a local restaurant before we take a ride through history on the Death Railway Train, passing lush forest scenery. Then drive onwards to Ayutthaya where, after check-in, you are free at leisure to relax on your own. Overnight in Ayutthaya.
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Day 3: Ayutthaya – Bangkok
After check out, we begin sightseeing in Ayutthaya. Visit to Bang Pa-In Summer Palace; beautifully decorated in both the traditional Chinese and European styles. From here, a long-tail boat journey takes you up the Chao Phraya river to inner Ayutthaya to explore the temple ruins within and surrounding the Ayutthaya Historical Park. Among the “must-see” attractions in Thailand are the palaces, temple ruins and historical sites of Ayutthaya. This former capital of Thailand is situated 90 km north of Bangkok. The principal sights include the gigantic bronze statues of Wat Mongkol Borpith, Wat Phra Srisanpetch and Wat Yai Chai Mongkol. A traditional Thai long-tail boat will transport guests between sites, and this tour also includes a boat trip to Bang Pa-In, a former Royal Summer Residence, which represents a fine example of Thai architecture. Lunch will also be served during this tour. Afterward, transfer to Bangkok. Overnight in Bangkok.
Day 4: Bangkok Full-day City and Temple Tour – The Royal Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha.
After breakfast at the hotel you begin your sightseeing tour. Your tour begins at Wat Traimit, the temple of the Golden Buddha; the 900-year-old, five-and-a-half-ton solid gold image. After this, you continue on to visit Wat Arun, better known as the Temple of the Dawn, which is one of the best known landmarks and most published landmarks of Bangkok. Next, you will visit Wat Po, the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok, and also the temple holding the largest single Buddha image; the Reclining Buddha (Phra Buddhasaiyas). This temple is also known as the birthplace of Thai traditional massage. We then go for lunch at a local restaurant, after which, we continue on to visit some of the most famous tourist spots in Bangkok; the Royal Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha. The Grand Palace adjoins Wat Phra Kaew in a common compound, and is where you will end up after exiting Wat Phra Kaew. Despite the proximity of the two, there is a distinct contrast in style between the very Thai Wat Phra Kaew and the more European inspired designs of the Grand Palace (the roof being the exception. After this we return to the hotel and you are free at leisure. Overnight in Bangkok.
Day 5: Bangkok departure.
After check out, you will meet your guide and transfer to the airport for your onward flights and departure home. We hope you enjoyed your visit to Thailand.
Price Included:
  • Domestic air tickets Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Mae Hong Son//Chiang Rai – Bangkok included taxes.
  • Accommodations based on twin/double sharing
  • Tours and transfer as private air-con vehicle
  • Meals as mentioned in the program (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • English Speaking Local Guide
  • Entry fee as tours stated
  • Service charge & Government tax
Price Excluded:
  • Other meals, tip, drinks, single room supplement, personal expenses, travel insurance, visa, flight in/out Bangkok, any optional additional tours or activities during free time.
  • Compulsory Gala Dinners during Christmas Eve, New Year Eve, Chinese New Year and Songkran where applicable