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This full-day tour covers four must-visit attractions of Bangkok: the glittering Royal Grand Palace with the Emerald Buddha, the Wat Pho with the 46-meter long Reclining Buddha and the stunning Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn. Start with the Royal Palace, a complex of buildings, gardens and courtyards in the heart of Bangkok where the Kings and Queens of Thailand lived until 1925. Within the walls of the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha is one of the most popular temples to visit: the green-stone statue of Buddha meditating in the lotus position is little, yet very precious. Then proceed to the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. After lunch, cross the Chao Phraya River by boat and reach one of Bangkok’s most iconic stupas: the Wat Arun, or Temple of the Dawn.
08:00 am Pick up from the hotel (please wait at the lobby).
09:00 am Visit The Grand Palace. The Palace is a large complex of buildings with different functions: one is the Wat Phra Kaew (the Emerald Buddha) which is a Royal temple and the most popular attraction in Thailand.
11:00 am Visit the Wat Pho. Located near the Royal Palace, it contains a huge Reclining Buddha ( 46-meter long and 15-meter high) whose soles are covered in mother of pearl
12:00 pm Eat a simple lunch in a local restaurant.
13:00 pm Cross the Chao Phraya river by public boat and reach the West bank where the Wat Arun is located. The best shots of this marvellous temple and its smaller towers are taken from the river, but visitors can also climb some stairs on the main stupa and enjoy a beautiful view of the Chao Phraya and the buildings nearby.
15:00 pm Start the journey back to the Hotel.
16:00 pm Arrive at your hotel (time may vary depending on traffic).
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A visit to the Royal Grand Palace is a must-do for new-comers in Bangkok, and for everybody wishing to know more about the culture and history of Thailand: the elegant and glittering former residence of the past Kings of Thailand is a large complex of buildings, temples and pagodas. Several buildings are still used for official events nowadays.
The spectacular Wat Arun has a unique design and its riverside location in the traditional Yai area of Thonburi district make it for a great spot to observe life on the river and the Wat Pho and the Royal Palace on the opposite bank: just climb the central stupa that rises over 70 meters high, beautifully decorated with Chinese colourful porcelain tiles.
Since you will be visiting temples and Royal palaces, please dress conservatively: no shorts, sleeveless shirt of see-trough shirts and tops.
Wear comfort shoes easy to take off.
Cameras aren’t allowed inside most of the buildings.
Private A/C vehicle
English speaking guide
Cross ferry fee
Tips for driver & guide (optional)
Extra drinks and meals
Optional tours available on spot
As for the above tour itinerary, we can arrange additional customised trips on request and program may be subject to variations based on traffic, events or anything else, while maintaining all visits.
Prices are per person on request in local currency (THB) according with the number of participants.
Price on request
Pax price on request
Travelers can cancel the tour before the deadline of cancellation; charges will be applied according to the cancellation deadline. The date of cancellation is the date in which the written communication od cancellation is received by the company. Charges are a percentage of the total tour price per person, including surcharges but excluding any amendment charges and any insurance payment.
15 to No show 100 % charge
24 to 16 days 50 % of the tour price
29 to 25 days up 10 % of the tour price
30 days up no charge
Child from 1 – 5 year: Free of charge if sharing bed with parents
Child from 6 – 7 year: charge 50% of adult price if sharing bed with parents
Child from 8 – 9 year: charge 90% of adult price if using extra bed/mattress in parents ‘room
Child from 10 year up: adult rate
The Grand Palace