About This Trip
- 1 - 2BangkokThe Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Long-Tail Boat Tour, Wat Arun
- 3Bangkok - KanchanaburiHellfire Pass Museum, Bridge over the River Kwai, Boat Ride on the River Kwai, Don Rak War Ceremony
- 4KanchanaburiElephant Camp Experience
- 5Kanchanaburi - AyutthayaWat Chai Wattanaram, Wat Ohara Sri Sanpetch, Wat Ratcaburana
- 6Ayutthaya - BangkokBang Pa-In Summer Palace
Day 1: International Arrival, Bangkok
Welcome to Thailand! On arrival in Bangkok, your guide will meet you and take you to the hotel. After check-in, the rest of the day is at leisure.
Day 2: Bangkok Sightseeing
Today, prepare yourself for a lovely Bangkok city! Walk around the bustling flower and vegetable market, where you can smell the mixed aromas of fresh produce and flower blossom, and experience authentic local life. Later, go to the impressive Grand Palace. Any trip to Bangkok will never be complete without a visit here. The adjoining Wat Phra Kaew, known for the jade-made Emerald Buddha, is the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand.
After lunch, an interesting long-tail boat ride tour provides a great stop to escape the crowded city. Along the canal, you can appreciate typical Thai houses and Thai lifestyle. End with touring to Wat Arun, one of the most published images of Bangkok.
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Day 3: Bangkok - Kanchanaburi
No better choice than Kanchanaburi if you want to travel in a less crowded place. Firstly, come to Hellfire Pass Museum to learn about the memories of "Death Railway" during the World War II and explore the wider history of the railway and then walk through the pass to bring that history to life.
After lunch, have a visit to Krasae Cave. You could step on the wooden railway bridge with enjoying the charming tropical scenery. Next, proceed to the Bridge over the River Kwai, famous for its Oscar movie of the same name. Roam freely on the bridge and enjoy its tranquility. Continue to immerse yourself in the scenic Kanchanaburi by taking a boat along the Kwai River. Finally, head to Don Rak War Cemetery to commemorate the Allied POW who died in the construction of "Death Railway".
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Day 4: Kanchanaburi, Elephant Camp
In the morning, drive to the elephant camp near Kanchanaburi, where you will have chances to touch, feed the elephants. Enjoy water rafting along the river before backing to the hotel in Kanchanaburi for relaxing.
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Day 5: Kanchanaburi - Ayutthaya
After breakfast, depart for Ayutthaya (about 2.5 hours drive), the former Capital of Thailand by private van. Today you will tour Wat Chai Wattanaram, one of the most imposing ancient Buddhist monasteries, Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch, the largest temple in Ayutthaya, Viharn Mongkol Bophit, the former Royal Temple built in 1610 and restored in 1956, and Wat Mahathat, one of the 10 royal temples of the highest class in Bangkok. Nearby is Wat Ratchaburana, the most significant feature of which is the 600-year-old stupa that enshrines relics of the Buddha.
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Day 6: Ayutthaya - Bangkok
After breakfast, you will drive back to Bangkok from Ayutthaya (about 1-hour drive). Pay a visit to Bang Pa-In Summer Palace en route. Check in your hotel in Bangkok and do some shopping on your own for the rest of the day.
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Day 7: Bangkok, Departure
Enjoy the free time on your own before your driver drives you to the airport for the onward flight.
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