Dive into Thailand with Our Guided Bangkok & Pattaya Sightseeing Tour Packages
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PRICES IN AUD$ and SUBJECT TO CHANGE Due To currency fluctuations and room availability
Prices are PER PERSON based on double / twin share(airfare not included)
Single Supplement: $2750 AUD
In this unforgettable 8-day sightseeing tour, you'll explore the delights of the modern capital, experience the wonders of the ancient capital and tour the magnificent jungle regions of one of Asia's most popular tourist destinations, Thailand.
Upon experiencing the pulsating atmosphere of contemporary Bangkok, you will travel to the dock area where you'll depart for the ancient Thai capital, Ayuthaya, aboard a traditional wooden sailing vessel. Here our private tour guides will show you the many fascinating ruins that serve as an indelible reminder of Thailand's wondrous pre-Bangkok past.
This remarkable tour concludes with a journey to Kanchanaburi, a rural province of Bangkok that features lush jungle rainforests, elephants and the notorious bridge over the River Kwai. From its modern-day delights to its age-old lore and magical scenery, this is 8 days of excitement and adventure that you will treasure forever. Bangkok & Pattaya group tour packages available. All private tours include knowledgable and experienced thai guides who will ensure your experience is worth the price of admission.
Our expert Thai private tour guides will show you more of Bangkok for the same price
The Grand Palace - a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782.
Wat Phra Kaew - regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. The Emerald Buddha housed in the temple is a potent national symbol and the most revered artefact of Thai society.
Summer Palace, Ayutthaya (former capital of Thailand) - learn about the former glory of Ayutthaya before it was attacked and razed by the Burmese Army in 1767.
Watch and enjoy a Muay Thai match, also known as the “The Art of Eight Limbs”.
Royal Folk Arts Center at Bang Sai - by the Queen’s Royal mandate, traditional Thai crafting techniques are taught to local farmers to preserve their heritage and promote alternative, sustainable incomes. Return to your hotel in the evening.
Kanchanaburi, Bridge over the River Kwai - Take a look at the Death Railway Museum and Donrak POW Cemetery and learn more about the importance of the Thai-Burmese Railway, commonly referred to as the “Death Railway” during the Second World War.
Hellfire Pass - trek as far as you choose along the trail through incredible scenery, passing through cut-away stone passes and over trestle bridges built by POWs and forced labor during the Second World War
Blackout dates applies
Boat tickets as specified
Accommodation as specified
Air-conditioned car/van with driver
Licensed English speaking guides
Tours and admission fees as mentioned in the itinerary
Meals as specified in itinerary, including water
Drinks (except water) and meals not mentioned in itinerary