1. Bangkok City & Temples
Visit three of the most impressive temples: Wat Traimit - the Golden Buddha Temple; Wat Po - the Reclinig Buddha Temple and Wat Benjamaborpit - the Marble Temple. And enjoy a ride through the busy streets of China Town.
2. Thonburi Klongs
Travel by long-tailed speedboat on the picturesque Chao Phraya River and Klongs (canals) of Thonburi, and also stop at the Temple of Dawn.
3. Grand Palace Tour
The former residence of the Kings of Bangkok. See palace once used for diffrent occasions, the Funeral Hall, Reception Hall, Throne Hall, Coronation Hall, the Royal Guest House and the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple.
4. Rice Barge Cruise
Ride a long-tailed boat on the picturesque klongs (canals) of Thonburi and see the local lifestyle along the waterways folowed by a Rice Bage Cruise along Chao Phraya River.
5. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Drive 110km west of Bangkok and take a boat ride through the canals to visit the floating market at Damnern Saduak. Also visit the 'Phra Pathom Chedi' which is the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia.
6. Koh Kred
An Island on the Chao Phraya River inhabited originally by Mon people from Burma, this idyllic little getaway is a wonderful example of rural Thai lifestyles. Koh Kret is home to artisans of ceramic ware unique to the island.
7. Dinner Cruise on Loy Nava
Enjoy a superb Asian dinner on Traditional converted Child 605 Rice Barge while slowly drifting along the riverside of the Chao Phraya River, past the Temple of Dawn and the Grand Palace.
8. River Kwai
Visit the site of the famous "Bridge over the River Kwai". Stroll through the Allied War cemetery and take a ride on the notorious Death Railway.
9. Ayutthaya by Cruise
Travel 85 km North of Bangkok to Ayutthaya by coach to visit the ruins of this Ancient Capital and the "Bang-Pa-In" Summer Palace of King Rama IV. Return to Bangkok by boat and enjoy lunch on board whilst cruising down the busy Chao Phraya River.
10. River Kwai & Tiger Temple
Visit the site of the famous "Bridge over the River Kwai". Stroll through the Allied War cemetery and take a ride on the notorious Death Railway. Then visit Tiger Temple (Wat Pa Luang Ta Bua Yansampanno Forest Monastery).