• Port

    Laem Chabang

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  • Type

    Sightseeing, Cultural, Meal included

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A two-day excursion to discover the many sides of Bangkok - ranging from Buddhist temples to a cruise along the Chao Phraya river to majestic colourful palaces and their magnificent architecture. Between some shopping and delicious local and international dishes, we also discover the most traditional side of Thai culture with a folklore show that will take our breath away.

What we will see

Day 1

  • Temple of the Reclining Buddha 
  • Emerald Buddha Temple 
  • Grand Palace 
  • Restaurant lunch 
  • Cruise along the river 
  • Siam Niramit theatre: dinner and traditional show 
  • Shopping in a night-time market 

Day 2

  • Breakfast at the hotel 
  • Return to the port

What we will do

DAY 1 

  • Once in Bangkok, our first day starts with a visit to two of its most famous temples. The first is the Temple of the Reclining Buddha , home to the third largest reclining Buddha statue in Thailand. 
  • We then move on to the Emerald Buddha Temple, home to the most ancient Buddha statue, whose clothing is changed three times a year in conjunction with the Thai seasons during a solemn ceremony performed by the Monarch himself. 
  • Inside the 1,900 metres of walls that surround the complex, we can also observe the Grand Palace, commissioned in 1782 when King Rama I decided to move the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok. 
  • We start feeling peckish so a local restaurant welcomes us for a delicious lunch with international and Thai dishes. 
  • We then move towards the nearby jetty, from where we set sail on a thrilling trip along the Chao Phraya river - a fascinating cruise that enables us to admire city life on both banks. 
  • Once back on dry land, we have some free time to shop in a famous store. 
  • We then head towards the Siam Niramit theatre where, while waiting for the evening show, we enjoy a delightful buffet dinner with international dishes. 
  • A unique experience awaits us after dinner: a majestic show illustrating the history and traditions of Thailand filled with colours, surprising set designs, singing and dancing. 
  • After the show, we go for a stroll through an evocative night-time market to immerse ourselves in the authentic local atmosphere and to do a bit of shopping. 
  • We then reach one of the main hotels overlooking the river where we can rest. 

DAY 2 

  • An abundant breakfast awaits us when we wake up, providing the energy we need for another pleasant day spent discovering charming Bangkok. 
  • After our visit, we bid farewell to the fabulous city of Bangkok and head back to the port on our coach.

What you need to know
  • There is limited availability of English-language guides.
  • We recommend that you book early because only a limited number of places are available.
  • It is not permitted to use cameras during the show. They must be left at the entrance.
  • The coach journey to Bangkok lasts about 2 hours.
  • Footwear must be removed and socks must be worn to enter the temples.
  • Comfortable shoes and dress code that is appropriate for the places of worship to be visited is recommended.