Excursions perfectly enhance your holiday and offer excellent value. Prices are per person.
Bangkok City & Temple Tour
During this half day tour you will see three of the most distinguished temples in Bangkok: Wat Trimitr, the Temple of the Golden Buddha; Wat Po, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha and Wat Benchamaebopit, the Marble Temple.
Klong and Rice Barge Cruise
A half day exhilarating long tailed speedboat ride through the rural life by the klongs (canals) followed by a cruise in a restored teak rice barge along the Chao Phraya River.
Bangkok by night
Enjoy the bustling district of Yaowarat (Chinatown). Stroll the main street towards Paklong Talad flower market, then stop along Khao San Road where there are restaurants, pubs and market stalls. Tour not available on Mondays.
A 90 minute tour to the stunning Grand Palace complex is a “must-see” for all visitors to Bangkok. The complex includes the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Half day cruise along the Chao Phraya River by motorboat to the klong of Thonburi to observe local life. A stop is made at Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) as well as the Royal Barge Museum.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Your half day tour begins with a drive through Samui Songkram Province to see the timeless lifestyle of people along the canals. Later, travel by boat through the scenic waterways to the floating market. On arrival, continue by foot taking in the bustle and sight of canoes laden with fresh produce and handicrafts.
Bangkok by Foot, Tuk Tuk & River Boat
During this fun half day tour, you'll spend time exploring Chinatown on foot, stopping at the massive Sampeng Market. Ride by tuk tun past Little India and stop at Bangkok's biggest flower market. Then, board a boat for ride on the busy Chao Phraya River to River City Pier.
Ayutthaya, ancient capital of Thailand
This full day tour takes you to Ayutthaya, once a thriving capital but today only ruins can be seen. The ruins of the Palace and temples are quite spectacular with many still intact giving some idea of how glorious this capital was.